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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

CHEAP b/eeF. EOBJ BpBPJ June., BEGSSotnti/natethat'jhe has com menced bl^jneesfin'jThahtia ns a family b&Wher and w'llinn a CASH CART into Dungog/twicl a week with choice joints of bceR &p. 1 A share of publicapatronnge. respect fully solicited. J WANTEB«jj Competent TtpfStm TO Bf Ri\\Kir^-t?irBRICKS. Apply to 'AJJfirtf ST RElfc&fiJtT, r- Gloucester. Auction Sales. General Clearing-out Sale. (Iu consequence /of lonving tbe Dis trict.) Joh// HA receive/ insti uctions from Mr I G. Tate i, to sell -by' auction at I his restdence/i'halaba, on PRIDAY, I 20th April, 1894, at 12 o'clock, the WHOLE of HIS HOUSEkOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, HORSES, CARTS, 'Etc. Two Teams WORKING BUL LOCKS, GEAR, and WAGGON, in first-class order. J. B. DARK HAS l-ecoived instructions to sell by auction, oi/tho ground, STROUD, I on FRIDAY, /27th April, 1804, at 2 o'oloc': p.m.,/ / /l 3 Roods 3j { /Perrfierjpf LAND, well i iinproveJ, occSpTed by Messrs Farloy and Young ; also 2 Acres...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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OUR GOLDFIELDS—BOOMING AND REMEDY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

OUR GOLDFIELDS— BOOMING 'AND B'EMBDY. . 7 o the Editor, Sir, — I am informed by Sydney friends that no matter how good a gold mine in the present state of the mar ket, it would not be looked at — even a Mount Morcan. The T. nnd O. Jour nal remarks that a man known to speculate in mining, iB looked ujion with suspicion, and considered going financially wrong. When Hillgrove opened up some rich mines a few years ago — which nre still paying good dividends — the Ade laido speculators went in strong. Soon after some prospectors found soceral reefs around the tab'eland, etc. A number of men known as ' sharks ' bought up these mines. From thoir then glowing account* of tho rich great finds which appeared in the nnrt' ern local papers, then followed the papers through the country similar. A boom set in, and Adelaide men — known to bo the beBt speculators in the colonies — bought up several of the said claims for large amounts, and were also pro perly had. At the largo prices given by them ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Official Correspondence. General Post Office. Sydney, 4th April, 1794. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Official Correspondence; General Post Sydi-ey, 4tli April, 1791-. Sir,— Referring to the prtition for warded by you to this office on 17tli February Inst, from residents of Upper Chichester, for removal of tho Receiv ing office nt that place from Mr Moore's rrsidenco to that of Mr S. Whitehoiiae, and also' to a letter you I forwarded from Mr Moore .pretesting against this proposal, I nm directed to [ inform you that nn Inspector will visit the district shortly, and no action will lie taken in the matter until he has furnished a report in connection with it. — I have .the. honor to be, etc., S. II. LAMBTON, Deputy Postmaster General. To H. II. Brown, Esq., M.P., Sydney. Public Works Depnrtmont, Sydney, 4th April, 1894. Sir, — With reference to your lotter of the 17th .Tanunry Inst, drawing at tention to the state of the road from Bnnfield to Glen William, I am direc ted to inform you thnt tho Secretary of Public Works has approved of the Bum of £15, which is reported to !-o sufficien...

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Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Cottage Hospital A meeting of Committee waB held nt the Hospital on Wednesday last at 4 p m. There were present — Messrs H. C. Dark (in tho chair), J. llobson, G. A. Mackay, S. B. Day, J. Sheridan, Dr. M'Math, Rev. F. Dixon and Rev. D. Baird. hon. see. The minutes of last meeting were read nnd confirmed.: Mr Robson apologised for the ab sence of Messrs -Piper and Bruyn, who were not able to be present. The following accounts were passed for payment, viz. Dr. Marr (while acting for Dr. M'Math) £12 and £2 10s Gd j Mr G. Selfe, chemist, for, medical appliances supplied to the Hospital for the last six months, £5 15s 9d ; the matron, £3 13s 9d ; Mr Piper, £1 10s 7d ; and Insurance of Hospital, £1 15s. . ' ? : Mr Selfe enclosed a cheque of £2 off his account as a donation to the Hospital. A communication was read from tho Chief Secretary's office, Sydney, in timating that the sum of £300 had been votod on the Estimates for 1891 as a special grant for furnishing and purchase of surgical i...

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Ball at Wangat. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Ball at Wangat. A ball to celebrate the opening of tho Miners Hall recently erected by Messrs Boyle and Box, was held at Wangat on Friday, Oth inst., aud in spite of the unsettled weather and bad state of tho roads and river crossings, about thirty visitors from the sur rounding district responded to the- in vitations of Mr G. Box. In the after noon cricket and other games were indulged in on the flat-, until all hands wore summoned to a sumptuous- tea prepared by Mcsdames Boyle, Box, and Bell. At 8 o'clock dancing com menced and was kept up till 12.30 when refreshments wore supplied, after which all hands dancod with a will till daylight when the visitors left for their respective homes fully satisfied with their visit to Wangat. The hall was vory tastefully decorated with Chinese lanterns, forns, and flowers,, and a very pretty ' Wolcomo to Wan gat ' worked with flowers on a white ground ornamented the eastern end of the hall. The Indies present wore very taste fully dressed. The ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

BAKER, '^JP r a c a 1 Tailor, y PowJingtatrt'et-, PTNGOO. OTSaS to return tltauVs to Mp mmurowa i~J customers for Ouir p?mt-support» nwl truer* by 'trict.atfwition to bwpinws, to merit a Hiintinuoiifiu oC-thoir patronugo. rnrre is -no need tn gend away for Clot lies w/iuriMioy can bo made as Cheap and as ? ? Ujud in tho town. - Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My Tweeds, Clothe, ' Doeskins, Serges, ? Llamas, Buckskins, Wor«tcd a*d Bravoi Coatings, 4 Bedford and Marichestor Cords, Hair Lines, Eto. . ' . ' Aro oll of tho Best Materials to pick from, and welt-shrunk before making up. ' The V.EM. Co. (LIMITED), CLARENCE TOWN. The Company's Steamer Oooreei eaves Clarence Town with Passengers ~ and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED -NESD AYS, and FRIDAYS at 9.30 a m-, and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS ? at 9.15 a.m., until further notice.. R. LYALL, ? . . Secretary. J. A. JONES, - ' FAMILY BUTCH fj-R. Dtm firoB*. XN' taking- thiB opportunity to thank the public for past support, wishes to in...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

PUBLISHED EVERY TUHSDAT \ .ND Fit IDA Y Morning*. : AND CONTAINS Latest Telegraphic, Commercial, Local if General Nem. ' TERMS (in Advance,) Per Quartor ... : .j. ... ... Bs For Year ... ... ? 20s The only Paper published in tho IluitKAic Electorate.' An excellent' Am'/CRT/SIMO M EDI U M Casual AilvurtisemciiU l'cr Inch ... ... ... 3s Every KuliHc(iucnt Inch l/(i Spccial Low Quotations for ^tainting Advertisements ?'

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The Labor Party Troubles [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

The Labor Party Troubles Tlie weekly meeting of various bran ches of the Labor Electoral League gives', indications of the serious differ ences between the present labor mem- J bers and those who nlaced them in the House. In every direction the old £ ' members have been thrown over by the League, and new men selected. 'What the ultimate effect of this will be at the polls, it is at present difficult to say, as tunny of the members have considerable iinfiiience apart from the labor organisations : but it must seriously impair the chancos of tlie party to secure the return of their chosen candidates. Practically it ^cp tnes to this, that the body of the working 111011 of tho country ' are de termined to be represented by work ing men without any previous parlia mentary experience, that in fiict they will send ft' new man into every new Parliament to represent tltetn. That there shall be no professional labor M's.P. ; but that thore shall be ' One mini for one Parliament.' No doubt thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

ABB 0ZMBANT8BDTOGXVBSVB&Y SATISFACTION OTKBSWI8B WILL DB EXCHANGED. 813 George-St., Sydney. {Opposite Railway Station) ( Tho unrivaiied Kbylkbs ') 2Qg. ) Wator. A Strong, Roll- - 20s. ( ftblo, Cheap **atoh. ) f 'English X.dvcr, f nll-jowolled, com £2 i OS. 3 pQttgfttion balance, 2 yea rs' s guaranteo. £My unequallod English favor, £3 10s. j full cororcd cup, patent action, C 3 years' guarantoo, fMy spccial Key or Koyloss English £4i Lover, compensation balance, patent ( notion, 3 yoara guarantco f First-olass Koy or Keyless English . £4 10s. } Lover, full covered cap, patont, ( hand finished. 4 years* guarantee. f Tiret-clasB Koy or Keyless English flp J Lover, compensation balanco, f till* ?7^ 1 covercd cop, hand finished, 5 years' C guarantee. /'Tho ACME English Lover, full cliro To) nometer balanco, adjusted, 15 ruby J y jewels, a correct timekeoper, G yoars* ' guarantee. Flv-baek Minute CHRONOGRAPHS £8 8s. Tho SPORTSMAN, £10 10s. Six Tours' guarantee. Highly recommended....

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Church Services. APRIL. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Church Services. APRIL. Gntmon op England Sunday 15th. — Dungog 10.30, render, 7.30, liev. J. Vosper;. Underbank 10.30, Bcndolba 3, Hev. J. Vosper; Clurenco Town 7, Mr King. J. VOSPKR, Incumbent. PllBBBXTBBIAN. Sabbath 15tb.— -Dungog 10.30and 7.30, Rev. D. Baird ; Fosterton 3, Rev. D.'Baird ; Monkerai 11, Mr G. A. Mackay; Tellegherry 10.30, Mr J. A. Mackenzie. REV. DAYID BAIRD. Wesleyan. ' Sunday 15th. — Dungog 10.30, Rev. I?. Dixon (Sacrament), '7.30, Miss Huggnrt ; Clarence Town 7.30, (School of Arts), Rev. P. Dixon ; Chichester 10.30, and Bondon Grove 3, Mr R. Barnes. ?RTtlT IT TYIYOV Baptist. Lord's Day 15th. — Thalaha 3, Rev. P. Dixon, 7.30, Evangelistic Service, Mr Robt. Beiry, sen. will preside ; Monkorai 3 und 7.30, Pastor R. J. Middleton. ? ?'? E. J. MIDDLETON. Pastor Rohan Catholic. Sunday 15th. — Brookfield 9; Dungog 11; Tea. Gardens 10. REV. J. FLTNN

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The Inspiration of the Bible. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

The Inspiration of the Bible. The following ib a rcsuvn! of tho second Bui moil on tlio above subject preached by the Rev. D. Buird on Sab bath morning lust. II. Tlio solid bnsiB of experience on wbich tho inspiration of the Bible lie I s. -'? Toxt, tbe Hook or JScclesiasteB. God inspired the Biblo at sundry times and iu divers mnuners nnd we huve{iilrearty seen that one of these mutnfers wns to lead men truthfully tu relate the great facts of history so as to illustrate and ouforco moral aDd religious truth. To-day wo shall con Bidor another manner, viz., that in which God has caused lo be written for our learning, for our reproof, cor rection, and instruction, tho triors. ^Mstnjces, nun sum oi niiiui.N and unli Ifijjkrials, so that t lie Bilile ihiiv boi ouu-s, ^vamp to the feet and u lighi to the path, a mighty eighul and a inagiiitieonl chart of the moral aud religious ex perience of men. Tho Book of Eecleamates and many othor parts of tho Bible are inspired in this manner. Solo...

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Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Commercial. DUNGOG II. 0. Ourk & Co, I'ujurt ua futtowa f.' Muizo: nominal. ' ? ttggi, 7d to 8d doz, falling. Glmff, 3s ; dull -Bucon, , - ' Huttisr, *M to Cd Cedar, Board, 15» to 10s por 100ft. Ducks, la fid to 2b ' t Fowl?, Is 6 1 to 2s Potatoo*, 3d Gd to 4a owt. - ^ Outs, 2). * ''i Beeswax, 6J to 8d pur lb. . } Honey, 10.^ tin. (Kbroi.ino tins objootion- V ablo.) ' Cape barlojr, 2s Gd ; English bnretj, 2i4G-J. Edward Piper reports — Muizo — Market still very , muoli duprosso d. - * Pricos nominal. ' Oats! 2s por bushel s' Ilonoy, 7s Gd to 10s por tin ?, plentiful. ?Burluy, 2i Gd to 3s por bushnl Potatoes, £3 10s. Clm(f,£3 lo £4 ; vorr plentiful V ; Kggi, declining in price Bacon, nono offering. Wax, Gd to Od j Cedar, up to-lfis, nrcor.limj to qunlily. Butter, a complete gift. I um offering quuri- . titics ut 3d lb.

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The Western Goldfields. AN EIGHTY-TWO OUNCE NUGGET. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

The Western tt-oldflelds. AN EIGHTY-TWO OUNCE ?'NUGGET. ? Perth, Tuesday. .. The^crushing roturns from the'Cen tral mine n. ( 387 tons, yielding 170oz. New Chum, 203 itons, i 639oz. Re ports aro freely circulated of a now goldfield discovered, this time in the far south. Itia stated to be in the vicinity of: Eraser's Range, where about 200 men were at work'some time -past. An'82oz;!nugget'is. reported to have been unrarthed, but. confirmation pf -the news is required. Latest Cool gardie news says that another thun derstorm., hap taken place wiih but little rainVvThe' Government well is now fnriiisbiijg abundance of, water. The rivers made from bottom are tap ping a '.'largo supply ready for cou dent-iug. Good- alluvial gold is re ported at the new find near the white Feather, but it in not extensive, A ..large .number of men lire going out. Advices from Ger.ildton stale tbat it iB madne-Bs for menjjpming totheMur ?chison fields without capital. A num ber of .men are alreody destitut...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Sir Thomas M'lllwraith thinks^hat if the influx of Japanese into (Jde .Ji's land continues it'will be necessary fa . legislate in favor of a poll tax Biiniiiu# to that on the Chinese. ' j During tlie religious rioting in Malabar, India, the British troopi' were called out. They pursued th Mahomniedaus aud killed 30 of then A supply of water equal to 10,00( gallons per day is now available at tin Govern^5j£i-vell, CoolgMjUjis Inspoctm^ Minet says tl^Hrtvl and agricultural pro; pects ol rjVynlong justify the con struution of thepioposed railway. Floods equal to those of 1890 ai reported from Woorowouka, Souther Queensland. ? Owing'-to a sdvoio drouglt'il feared that the ' grain harvest Franco will Lea total failure.

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Sydney Markets Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Sydney Markets^® Svdney, Thuisd ir£s- Flour — Steady. Victoria ti ' stone, £7 5s to £7 10b ; new roller, £7 10s to £8 per ton. \. Wheat — New milling quote-! nomin ally ; e.hickwheat, good whole samples, dull, 2s 3d per bus. ^ Maize — Prime scarce. Now' quoted to 2s per bus ; soft from Is 9d ; damaged from Is Gd. ? Potatoes — Plentiful. Circular Head, £3 5s ; local, £3. Butter — Good demand ; creamery aud best brands of factory, 8Jd, fac tory, 7d to 8J ; dairy, 6d to 7d por lb » pastry, 4d to 5d Bacon — band cured, 6d to GJd ; machine cured, 5dto 5£d ?; middles, 7d ? to 8d. -i - Hams— Colonial, 9d to lOd; Eng lish, Is to Is 2-Jd. '? Hodov — From 3d to 8jd ner lb. for . pure. m Lard — Dull ; finely rendeied in bladders, 3d to 4,}d ; bulk '2d to 3d per lb. Cheese — Dull ; market glutted; best ? brands of ordinary, 2d to 3d ; socond, 1-Jd to 2d ; small loaf, 3d to ' 3Jd per Eggs — Small supply and demand?^-) Is 2d to 1b 4d. . ? A Poultry — Prime, scarce; inferior, plentiful. Fowls from...

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The Floods in North Queensland. SIX MEN REPORTED DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

The Floods in North Queensland. SIX MEN REPORTED DROWNED. Tonnsvillo, Wednesday. — A hur ricane took placii at Cuirnn. Voran duhs were unroofed, trees blown down, and damage done in all parts of the town by the wind. At ' John*tone River thore was a tremendous Hood. Tbe town is found to be ' half .sub merged. The Chinese banana planta tions h.wo been ruined, nnd cattle in large numbers dro.vned. A European and a Chinamau.havo been drowned. ^ About half a mile south from tho mouth of tho Johnstone River tho small steamer Arakoon, bound for Townsville, lies high and dry. She is loadeid with bananas. It ia not known what is tho extent of the dumage she has sustained. All along the coast signs of the hurricane aro visible. The trees have been stripped naked of leaves. Captain Irving, of the steamer Star of Hope, which was detained several days in the Ilorbert River, reports th.it four Italians have been drowned. Great damage hns been done the cane crops, and a number of horses anil catt...

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Copeland. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Copeland. (JBrom our own Correspondent) On Thursday evening Mr. W. Ellensworth tbe Labor Candidate addressed a fair number of the electors from the balcony of Mr. Sanguineus Hotel. The candidate asked tbe meeting to elect their own chairman from the audience. On the motion of Mr. D. Young seconded by Mr. E. Spencer, Mr. T. John was unanimously electedato the position. That gentle man in. coming forward said he wbb sorry that some one else was not forth coming as it was well known that his vote and interests were with another candidate, however out of, respect t'i- his fellow citizens and having known the candidate for many years be would accept tho honor of presiding over the meeting. He then culled on Mr. EllenBWortli and introduced him to the meeting. The candidate dwelt at considerable length upon Land Tax ation, Federation, and other importaut questions of the day, and concluded bis address, having been accorded a good hearing. The chairman then asked those present if they desir...

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Clyde Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Clyde Goldfield. With regard to the discovery of gold j at the Clyde River, it is, we under: stand, intended to grant Mr. MoMa bon, the owner of the property on which the gold was found, a permit to mine for the same (says the Shoalha ven News). Under this' permit it will be possible for arrangements to be made with miners to enter upon the land to carry out mining operations. There are now,, it is reported, 150 men camped in, the vicinity of the proper ty, which it seems consists of two old Crown grants of G40 acres each. Despite the publication of the facts respecting the alleged discovery of go-id gold at the Clyde River some thing like a rush has taken place to the spot. The following telegram has been received by the Minister for Mines respecting the rush from' the Crown lands agent, Mr James Rains ford : — ' Have just returned from Brromn. About 400 men on the field, great scarcity of food ; metyoung men on the rond almost starving and be seeching for food. Sergeants Bragg and...

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An Insane Bridegroom. PANIC ON A RAILWAY TRAIN: London, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

An Insane Bridegroom. PANIC ON A EAILWAY TRAIN: London, April 10. A sad termination to a wectcttng trip occurred yesterday: A marriage was solemnised in Derby, and the newly married couple started by rail for London on their honeymoon trip. Tnev occuiiied a Pullman car, which was also shored by a number of ladies. During the journt-y the bridegroom began to behave iu an extraordinary' manner, and it soon became plain that he was insane. This so frightened the lady passengers that they fled from the carriage and sought refuge in the nearest car, which happened to bo the smoking saloon. The unhappy bride, though terribly distressed, endeavoured to pacify her mad husband, but her efforts to control him wore unavailing. She told her fellow passengers that she had only a few months' ac quaintance with ber busbaud prior to the marriage, and did not know that he was subject to insanity. Tbe insane bridegroom was placed under control until tbe terminuB at London was reached, when he was giv...

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VIC. AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

VIO. AGRICULTURAL NOTES. Barley and Oats as crops arc coming more Into favor* ' These are two crops that always yield .well, ft1 „ . this season has been no exception to the ride, in fact the average will be a little higher. . Tartarian, oats long held the sway both for hay and grain, but the Algerian variety is proving a formidable rival to the Tartarian. Both suit our soil nnd climate well, and T : flourish luxuriously on the northern plains. Fur.-,/ feeding purposes, however, orse owners prefer the Algerian, nnd also the hay grown from that variety . ; of oats. The Danish oats, which is a feeding grain, ; produces very heavy yields, especially. In moist districts. The market has opened very low for seed nats, prime Algerians changing hands at 8il. per bushel. \ It is a matter for surprise that so little hngtvn^f barley i9 grown in this colony. Heavy yields, undflP'^ , ordinary conditions, can always be looked forwan^L* I ''?- to, and the crop seldom, In fact never, falls so low a...

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