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  2. Advertising

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  3. THE PROGRESS OF THE NATION UNDER QUEEN VICTORIA.

    In a single generation Great Britain has risen in the scale of national wealth and greatness as much as in the inverval of 150 years from the fall of the Stuarts ...

    Article : 1,267 words
  4. NOTES ON SPORT IN ENGLAND.

    On Saturday last, the 23rd December, Bubear and Godwin decided the contest which arose out of the unsatisfactory result of their last match, and it is quite refreshing ...

    Article : 3,557 words
  5. PAUPERISM IN THE COLONY.

    SIR,—In your leading article in this day's Mercury on the subject of pauperism in the colony you very justly remark, "it is a grave question that thus addresses itself to ...

    Article : 950 words
  6. MURDOCH'S LEASE.

    SIR,—In reading an account of the meeting of Murdoch's Lease, I was surprised to read that Mr. Crowther stated at that meeting that he had been on the claim for ...

    Article : 403 words
  7. TROPICAL BRITAIN.

    The following fanciful sketch of prehistoric Britain appears in Chambers' Journal:—If the vegetation around is strange, stranger still are the animals and ...

    Article : 1,355 words
  8. HOP-PICKERS.

    SIR,—Referring to the paragraph in your paper of Saturday last anent the wages pickers might earn at New Norfolk on the hop-grouuds, I may state that for several ...

    Article : 251 words
  9. THE LIQUOR QUESTION.

    SIR,—Every now and then we see one of those melancholy cases of brothers, husbands, sons succumbing to drink. The man may have been going on all right for years, ...

    Article : 494 words
  10. IRRIGATION AND HOPS.

    SIR,—Your correspondent "Fair Play" in your issue of 2nd inst., has advanced such mistaken ideas about the effect of irrigation on hops, that whilst cordially endorsing the ...

    Article : 452 words
  11. TASMANIAN FRESH-WATER FISHING.

    SIR,—May I be permitted to make a suggestion in your columns on the subject of the fishing in the Tasmanian rivers, which has become such an increasingly popular ...

    Article : 598 words
  12. GEORGES BAY AND GOULD'S COUNTRY ROAD.

    SIR,—On various places between George's Bay and the Junction can be seen the following:—"Notice.—Tenders will be received by the Gould's Country Road Trust up to ...

    Article : 523 words
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