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  2. Red Flags.

    Sir—It is "a far cry" from the rarified atmosphere of the glacier on which Mr. Spencer thinks out his profound deliverances upon our social and political conditions to the ...

    Article : 720 words
  3. Mail News.

    The influenza epidemic, which is at present ravaging the whole of the provinces, but more particularly Yorkshire, Kent, Hants, and Jersey, appears to be far more deadly than ...

    Article : 4,634 words
  4. The Interviewer.

    Among the arrivals by the steamer Oroya, which cast anchor off Largs Bay on Tuesday, was Carl Hertz, the American illusionist, from the Eden Theatre, Paris, and the Alhambra ...

    Article : 1,425 words
  5. Correspondence.

    Sir—Some time ago you did me the honor of publishing some letters showing the iniquity to us farmers, and the injury to the whole colony, of that most egregious and silly fad the ...

    Article : 1,711 words
  6. Cure for Codlin Moth.

    Sir—The most effectual remedy against the ravages of the codlin moth is to spray every tree likely to be attacked with a mixture of one pound of Paris green in 150 gallons of ...

    Article : 285 words
  7. The Income Tax.

    Sir—Now that the time has again come round when income taxpayers are expected to furnish returns to the commissioner, a few remarks on our taxation scheme will not be ...

    Article : 354 words

    Sir—The inimitable, grace and airiness of style or the Hon. J. H. Gordon's letter would bare revealed the writer even had he not thought it necessary to append his name. It is ...

    Article : 429 words
  9. Mr. Ash and Pastoral Leases.

    Sir—Mr. George Ash, M.P., addressed a meeting last Monday evening at Wellington, and on the following evening another at Meningie, on "The tale of two sessions." I ...

    Article : 564 words

    The Baring crisis of November, 180, marked a new starting-point in British finance and trade. Fortunately the profound and far-reaching extent and influence of that disaster ...

    Article : 3,719 words
  11. The Honey Industry.

    Sir—On a recent holiday visit to a friend in the country at the evening meal I was particularly asked to try the preserves. Although not partial to sweetmeats I complied, and was ...

    Article : 740 words
  12. Coal at Normanville.

    Sir—Being one of the original lessees of the ground held by the Normanville Coal Company, and also one who accompanied Mr. H. Y. L. grown. over the property last week, I think it only fair to the ...

    Article : 490 words
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