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POPOTUNA GORGE, OTAGO, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

POPOTUNA GORGE, OTAGO, NEW , ,, -.'?;.?;? . ZEALAND. ... '.; ? ' This picturesque pass carries the main road from Inveroargill to Danedin through the dividing range which forms the natural boun dary of Otago and Southland. The latter pro vince sacrificed the lake country, in which ' the Wakatipu diggings were discovered, iu an un successful attempt to wrest from their neigh bors the fertile plains and valleys which lie between this rango and the river Matura, ? the present legal bonndary. But little has been done by the present conservators of the public interest for the convenience of travellers in ? this wild region, and the road is one not only of difficulty but danger. For a distance of more than a mile two vehicles' cannot pass each ether, and even to ono there is some risk, as from the upper pint of the mountain rooks and land slips occasionally block the way, and the roaring torrent of the Karawau in the gorge below presents an ugly abyss for tlio reception of any unfortunate...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News For Home Readers
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LA PUBERTA. LA PUBERTA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

LA P U B E R T A. PflESENTED BY THE HON. O. 1, VBBDON, C.B., JO THU FUBUC LIBRARY. — BEE FAQG 4. PflESENTED BY THE HON. O. 1, VBBDON, C.B., JO THU FUBUC LIBRARY. — BEE FAQG 4. LA PUBERTA. The engraving en the front page is that of a marble bust whioh has been recently added to the art collection at the Public Library. This exquisite piece of sculpture is named ' La Puberta,' and represents the passage from girl hood into womanhood. The face is very beau tiful, the artist having thoroughly succeeded in making it expressive both of modest diffi dence and of the dawning consciousness of maturity. On looking at it we are at once re minded of Longfellow's lines : — Maiden! with tho mook, brown eyes, In -whoso orbs a shadow lies, Iiiko the dusk in evening skies ! Thou whOBe lockB outshine the sun, Oolden tresBea, wreathed in one, As tho braided Btreamlets run ! ' Standing, with reluctant feet, Where the brook and river meet, Womanhood and childhood fleet ! The sculptor is an Italian artis...

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H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH, K.G. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

hIr.H. THE DUKE OP EDINBURGH, K.G. The Galatea, under the command of the Bake of Edinburgh, may be looked for here about the 4th Ooteber. As the Duke's expected visit renders him an object of interest, we ' give in this number a fall length portrait of his Royal Highness, in his uniform as post contain. The preparations begun some time ago, in anticipa tion of his arrival, give assurance, if it were needed, that the welcome we shall give the gal lant young son of our gracious Queen will be hearty enough. Parliament has granted a sum of £15,000, and the City Council £5000, to defray, the expense of receiving and entertain ing the Prince. Geelong; Boflarat, Sandhurst and Castlemaine ore preparing balk and illumi nations ; Buninyong is getting, up a grand cor roboree ; and remote townships on the Murray are putting in a claim for a visit. 'The recep-' tion committee appointed by the Government entrusted with the duty of making suitable ar rangements consists of the following gentle men...

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GIPPS LAND HOSPITAL, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

' GIPPS LAND HOSPITAL; SALE; ? The Gipps Land Hospital, at Sale, originated with a small society, established a few years Ago*, for the relief of casual cases of sickness or accidental injary among indigent strangers, who were then frequently coming into Gipps Land in search of employment, on pnblio works or at the mines. At first the society used to provide accommo dation for the sufferers at the lodging houses in the town ; these, however, were bo crowded with boarders who required no nursing or extra attention, that the proprietors were unwilling to reoeive sick lodgers. A house was then taken and fitted np as a tempo rary hospital, with accommodation for ten patients, and the beds have gene rally been all occupied, thus affording relief to many who would otherwise have had difficulty in obtaining either shelter, food, or medical care, except when brought under the provisions of ? the Vagrant Act. This temporary ! arrangement, useful as it has been in a remote part of the country...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

PMVATE INQUIRY OFFICE. (Established in 1866), 78 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. ' MB. OTTO B E B L I N E B Onto Doteotlve Officer), has the honor to Infprm hls numeroas friends and the pnbllo generally, that, at the suggestion or sovoral mercantUo firms or high'; ?tending, and solicitors or eminence, ho has established PBIVATE INQUIRY OFFICE. ' Mr Berliner has reason to hopo that his uniform at tention to business, coupled with ' the good charaotor he 'had the satisfaction . to rocoivo on' retirement from public Bervico, will entitle him to merit the con fidence of hls'employers ? - ?-: ? 'A' BtaB of experienced officers are kept under the superintendence or the undersigned to perform the following duties :— ..-..?..- * ~ 1 Inquiries for absconding debtors. .;3 Do do Insolvents. 8 Missing friends next of kin. . ? 4 Debts collected. . - it -'Writs' served. '/',,'. . BEANOH OFFICES :' . London (late Inspector Field's), ? Pabis.Nbw York, Berlin ; . „-'? . New South Wales, OharleB Wright,...

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THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

:$.SE.;,LS^\|tCrf^^4ENTuA'OT.-if ,.^The,,folJ&w.ing tfe thp ? ;Bj6cqndi.-repQrtjS ofnthe Assistant Commissioner of. Roads and .Bridges on the oiebatioh of -thelioodl Goyerhinent Act' Noi i76^c3mpiismg tlie ^qrioa^frptn lsisfJanu aiy, 1805, to 31st Dbcember, 1866 :'— ?'?','. '? Roads and Bridges Office, ? Melbourae, Victoria, 2nd July, 1867. Sir,— I do myself tho honor to submit here with, for the purpose of their being laid before Parliament, schedules showing in de tail the operations of this department under the 'Local Government Act,' No. 176, during the years 1865 and 1866. To. the ninety-nine road districts and shires existing at the date of my last report, not one has since been added, the union of the Stanley and Wooragee districts, to form the shire of'Beechworlh, decreasing the present number to ninety-eight, comprising a total area of 60,488 J .square miles. .^.Only one borough,, that of Gisborne, has during, the in terval amalgamated- with the robdylistriot of tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

/i»\'0O ESSENCE ^ -£\. - 1/ OF THE A i/WOOD V!OLET\\ If The forward Violet thus did I chide: 1 1 ? I Bweet thief, -whence dld'at than «te»l thy II ? I «weeU thatttmelt, II 1\ If not from myloye'i breath \— Bard oj Avon, it SVrhoie who admire the fragrant Vlolot will And // Vi thii perfume natural u tho flower, IM Vvva «old »t v *-'// ^? »/ AH fiuhlouable Ferfumeri tffVM ^Cvvl- and ChymliU la *?Xr ^S^. theU.B. i^Sr TH : E L E A D E B . A Journal of news, politics, literature and art, ia published every Saturday morning, at 65 Elizaheth stroot, Melbourne. The Leader is liberal in politics, and the intelligence supplied through its columns will be found' to bo accurate and complete. Tho sub scription of This Leader is Six Shillings and Sixpence per quarter, payable in advance; or Seven Shillings arid Sixpence, pbstago paid. Tho quarter may com mence at any time. Prosont .circulation ' of Thb Leader is 12,000 copies weekly, and it 1b, in fact, the largest and most extensively circulatod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

j ' I never 'played on 'a better table in my life.' — John Roberts, Champion Billiard Flayer of the World. First Matoh played in Viotoria.— Vide ' Argus,' Aug.'^O. -A L 0 O. 0 K A N DO O., B IL LIAfiD TABLE MANUFACTURERS, . . BY APPOINTMENT TO HIS EXCELLENCY TUB GOVERNOR. SHOW ROOMS, 95 LITTLE BOURKE STREETS EAST ; MANUFACTORY, 132 and 134 RUSSELL STREET. Horulean SHttles. Billiard Cloth, Balls, Cues, Tips, and every requisite for the Billiard Room; . Bowling Green and Alley Balls, Croquet, &o.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

September 9.— Georce Thompson, for London via Geelong: 1683 bags wheat,' 200 tons 823 bags copper ore. ? '?, ? .- . . September 16. — Joshua Bates, for Hong Kong: 1010 bags 6 bundles old siron, 2374 jars spirits, 296 oases brandy, 6 boxes .tobaooo; 40 boxes dried lily flowers, lease bsoks, 98 boxes salted provisions,' -112 casks g'assware, 29 bundles old copper, 20,860: sovereigns, and 66 package?, containing 8808 ounces of go!d, of which fifty-seven ounces were transhipped from New Zealand. . ? September, 17. — Anglesey^ for London: 1054 bales wool, 143 .bales leather. 25 bales basils, 8 bales pelts, 766 bags bark, 2005 bags wheat, 450 bags flour, 200 . casks treacle, 10 casks black sand, 2 put chebns, 15 sacks seeds, C cases lard, 2 casks 'beef, 1 care hides, 3 casks antimony, 1 box silver plate, 21 packages eft'eots, 1 engraved form, lOpaokages sundries, 44 packages contain ing 62,296 oz 4 dwt 6 gr of gold, of whioh quantity 4976 cz 9 dwt were the produce of New Zealand. ? Septem...

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THE ARROWROOT MANUFACTORY OF MESSRS GRIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

THE,- ABR0WR00T MANUFACTORY OP '-?. t - MESSRS GRIMES.- ' ... .;: ] Queensland arrowroot is no novelty to our readers ; but, like ourselves, it is probable that few of them are aware of the extensive dimen sions which the manufacture of arrowroot, has even now attained hv'the colony.;;1 The r farm and manufactory 'of Messrs GrimeiB^'whb'are tue -most .e'xteri'siye' growers arid' makers:: of f tlie article, is sitaatbd in the district of 'bxloy, and about six miles from : Brisbane. Those gentle men have been extending their operations -for years, and at: present grow some 'thirteen' acres of the foot. ' The ai-rbwrobt cultivated most extensively by them is the purple (Canna Edulis of botanists) . Scrub grouud is devoted to the purpose '; the plants 'growing at distances of about three feet, and yielding about teii tons of bulbs, to the' acre.'-.! '\WTien' in a'growirig'and flowering statd;sthe. arrowroot 'is; 'a'- hdndsbme plant, with large bright; pointed leaves; throw- , ing 'out w...

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WINE, WHEAT AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

WINE, WHEAT AND TOBACCO. [bqiideii post, 14th august.'] The formers' this year have- learnt a lesson they;' are 'not 'likely' to forget in ailiurry. They now see \ the absurdity of putting 'faljl th'eir eggs into one basket. Till lately.'wheat crops were all the' go'; but now- the'farmers have to feed horses; pigs,'aiid: fowls with-T7tliat cereal; and after they: have ' dbrieitliat,; tliey liaW to try and sell tho balance of their 'crop at 3s per bushel; Jc When we haver a railway , to the i coast,' we;. may !'g'row ns: much wheat' as we like; but until that ''desirable consummation arrives, ')- the' ?';?£ armor.1 will ' have to'!: study' 'the capabilities'-1 of supply arid, demand' of- the dis trict 'itself i'i 'Or *in! other words, if he 'chop'ses; tb'prdduce- tilings that will inot: be ''consumed in his: own .immediate neighborhood :ho' lniist select 'bucH' articles 'as'- will pay :th'eir;'own .carriage to a distant market.. Wino; aswe hare shewn already, will -pay its own; carri...

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HOP GROWING IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

HOP GROWING IN QUEENSLAND. A great change has taken place in the puVlic taste 'since tlie ' reign ' of; Henry VIII.',' when, according to honest old' Walter Bligk, in his JSnglisJi, Improver Improved, ' the famous city, of q^ondon petitioned the Parliament of England' .against two nuisances : Newcastle , coals.in regard to their stench, &c., arid-hops iriregaid they, would spoyl the taste of drink; and endanger the people.' - Arid, he very- aptly moralized on this by saying, ' Had' tlie Parlia ment been no wiser than* they, wo had' been in 1 . measure 'fined,1 and in a great measure starved, 'which is* just answerable to the princi ples of \those.men:who .cry down all device's' or ? ingeniouB discoveries 'as . projects,' and thereby ??.. stifle arid choke, improvement.: The ' ingeni ous 'discovery' that hops preserved.beer- from' . ' souring, and improved its quality, has given rise to a very extensive and_ important branch of . agriculture, and brie ' too. that is very lucr...

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EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF WIFE DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF 'WIFE :* s vitrvs:: m DESERTION f': ':''. ?'''-!f ?- . At tho i Central . Police,-. Court, Brisbane,. pn ?the : 27th ..of,' Augu t, ?,? Abraham, . Jewell ' wiis charged by'Mary'iTewGirwith.'''bavin'g deserted her'oh tlie '81st Janudry^iae?.^^^^!'^1!'^ lawf ul '' wif el :' Air fC6bp'*ef for'tho complainant ; ?j!ir'Blakp and' Mr MfDevitt, 'in'structeh'by JJr .Miiriihy, . for the defendant.' SJr Cooper, 'in opening' the case, ' stated that: the action' wlis brought un'der the:8everitli s'e'dtibtf'bf the* Do s'6rte'd'\V1lves'ranclr' Chil'dron's' Acifc, \irhiiili ; iirb yided that if ahusbahd deserted' his wife for' a period' of three .months, heshould, upon con--, viction bo fined or Otherwise1 punished; I Though he oould produce' no regular certificate of mur , riage, ' he could show that' the ceremony really took place between the two parties, arid he main tained that marriage' could, -in -the1 absence ;of a; certificate,- be 'proved -by depositions.;1 The' fir...

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GREAT FIRE AT NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

GREAT FIRE AT NELSON. 'We .condense the following from the Nelson Colonist :— Shortly; before sis o'clock on Wednesday morning, 14th Au gust, fire was discovered in the store of Mr Thomas Askew, Bridge-stee't. Mrs Askew, whose husband is from ' home, first ob served the fire, and her cries alarmed Mr James Wilkie, who generally sleeps on his father's premises adjoining. He at tempted to extinguish the fire, which was then confined to a small office behind Mr Askew's front shop. Here it is believed a candle had unwisely been left burning, and which, burning to the socket, had probably' ignited some loose papers in the narrow and confined room, and the fire rapidly spread. In con sequence of some hitch in the removal of the large engine from the shed at the Government buildings, it did not arrive on the ground until Mr Askew's house was one mass of flames and nearly consumed, and Mr Wilkie's buildings hopelessly on fire. A large crowd assembled, and the fire brigade were busily playin...

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TOTAL DESTRUCTION BY FIRE OF THE LADY DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

TOTAL DESTRtTOTION^BX FIRE OF THE ' LADY' DOMING. The follPwirig isA from' air ''extraordinary' pf ^hio''''Bii)eHhcvltcrkld;'imh\i8he-l: 'ori^tho 2|th!tilt.:^^'!-e licr.ad;-y,t\-:-. -,.;:?,-? .-..:?? ,''' The' ^a'dy Darling, steamer,. Scott, master, loft ;tiie '!Ech'ucauwharf ^'??'y'eslerddy; ;? afternoon, ijetweon. five' and sixi;o'clook'; witli' sixtyi.tons of j^iiefal'oaifgo'j'^or' HVahgunydlft ' ' Sh'e^ran'iip.to ;tlie'^aratt'^!ob5 '^e^va^'qVi9-l-}£l6ama';''.''abb'dt;vtwo miW^ffo'm th'dt-'place^ntfd-^pu Haying' takeh' in ;tie^r''1fulywoo^',rall-hands', '^except tlie^wHtchman,' turned ''inY^the'' in ti'ritiofi being tb^pf6cd'ed;'up stream^as^'sbonas'the moon rose:'r ;'rAr'-|ittle after eleVenS'p^ clock the watch raised ^?ory^:alarmby''singin'g;.but-'' Murder.V The captdm 'arid h'auds''spranglrbm their berths and werebn'decltinstantlyiwhen, to their horror, they found the fore'pai't'bf.thS vessel' Wrapt in flames. ? So rapidly had. the: 'fire' acquired volume th'at any attempt to'...

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ATTACK BY WILD HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

ATTACK BY WILD HORSES. The incident of which we £i?e a sketch on page four, occurred last summer on the Lachlan plains, NiS.W., to two well known squatters of Eiverina. They were travelling in a light-feur wheeled buggy, with a pair of Cobb and Co.'s coach horses, and when well out on the plain a large herd of wild horses were startled by their approach. One mob bore down towards them headed by a large black stallion, and this animal charged madly to within a hundred yards of the vehicle, when he brought up sud denly, raising his head and roaring savagely as only such creatures can rear, the mob mean while thundering round in wild career. The buggy horses, much startled, were difficult to control. One of the gentlemen alighted, and with a branch of stunted scrub kept the brute at bay. Fortunately a wire fence which runs across the plain was within a quarter of a mile, and towards it the party retreated until the gate was gained, when it was hastily passed and bangad in the face of t...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

THE MONTH. The Avoca, with the English mails for July, dropped^anchor in Hobson's Bay shortly after six o'clock on the morning of September 11th, : thus completing her delivery of the mails two days prior to contract time. The Panama and New Zealand Company's steamship Kai koura, with the English mail of the 2ad July, tn'a Panama, arrived off Syd ney Heads at eight o'clook on the night of Sept. 4. We are still in the midst of another crisis, milder, perhaps, in its manifestations than the previous one, butidentical as to the questions at issue- The Darling grant is ostensibly the cause of the quarrel ; but, strictly speaking, it is the occasion only. The real question is whether the Upper House is able to resist the Assembly in dealing with the finances of the coun try. It is not our object to argue the matter one way or another, but simply to state what the nature, of the struggle is, and to record the main features of its progress. The , M'Oullooh Ministry have' been out and in ag...

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WRECK OF THE LUCY DRAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

WKEOK OF THE'LpCY DRAKE. . Oii Sunday night, between eleven' and twelve, ,the'sclib6ncr -Lucy Drake was' driven ashore' oh Horseshoe Reef, whioh projects a short dis tance from the mainland near the Mersey. A strong W.NiW. ? 'galb:y as 'blowing at the time. ?Tlie'captajn and threemen attempted to'eBcape- in1'^ boat,sbut'th4y.had' only { justV'put 'off * wlifeii it-, ^^.Vfas-'capsized:':' Tlife I'^baptaiii^ 8'Tfam^r tortile' ; yesgel*- and ilsecured | tWo ? -:-Ut e- bnpys^ ;from the ? ?jwrfeclc, and tlien'pwaiai'tbwards' t'w'o'%f-fhis'!nien' ?who;'.cpuld'nbe^s^un.l.J-^it]iltfe tlio'blioys the'f our uien partly drifted and partly swam to the mainland, a distance of about a mile.from the saenejo-f tho wreck. The vessel 'iias'b'eon*'brbken'upk and scalterod hi' all direc tions, and not: a plank could bo seen by the captain of the Emu, our informant, when ho passed. The vessel is insured for £400 in the Derwent and Tamnr office. She was bound' from MoibournoJto'Poi't Frederick at the tin...

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FLOOD AT BALLARAT EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

?FLOOD AT BALLARA.T EAST. The change : 'of ,'wfedther, on 4tu inst, ap pears to have had almost calamitous offects on ; Balldfat, as we'leai'n from 'tlie Post';— '. Tlie full' of 'fain was by far the heaviest of the sea son, and was attended with results more dis astrous than anything ' of ' the sort occurring within tho' tUreo* past years. J:* Prom about seven o'clock 'the rain' poured . do'wri' without stoppage ? for over three -hours/and. by' thdt period -all the ' dams, ' creeks, sludge channels and/culverts'in the lower portionj'of the town were 'overflowing.'1 The channel' passing below tho 'elevation whereon 'stands the Eastern Town h'all''- 'was very' speedily filled,' 'and iti'conse' quence of- the large' quantity of- sludge which poured in from tho works of the Last Chance Quartz Mining Company, the passage speedily beoamo blocked, and the water having no vent through the culvert under tho Main-road, made its way' over the street, which was very rapidly* covered by some in...

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THE PRESENT POSITION OF NEW ZEALAND FLAX MANUFACTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 September 1867

THE v jPRESENiTv POStTibfTi .OF^ PW ?ZEALAND FliAXi MANUFACTURE. ... '; ., ;Frpm %he, Qtqjjp ;Xfme8 oi .the, -,27th oalt.',; w,e take.tho following ^statement regarding tlie.pro7 sent , .ppsitio'n -, arid ,. -prpspeo^s,'^;^thj-se., -under- - talcings whichhayp.for their£objocts the prep^ra^ ;ipri1,.of ' tPJiorn^iupi .^end,^^ 'the native fibrb beari^g.pianUfi^^Z^a^d,^-^,,^ i,^ ^jt,. '.. , J}, Promj official ipturns,' j.b0 ^appfijirs, jt^at the vciiije(of -tjie flax ^exported from the..coiony;-jv;a8 '47J, injithov.,year,. ,18051, fafad J£99G; ij^,ia,6Gi Tjhe ,iattcrjSum(rbeirig. nia'jo up as fallo.-vySj viz; :— From., Auoj4--nAiu2949 ; from.jNeisonj, ;£^6.;t:.;it..fromiv.iiyii,%ioH|-|i;£10,,;;- nnd.ifrpni Duntidm; j i£iv j.'Altlio'itgliii^t,be !j,.exportatibn of ri-flaxliifrpm. New .Zpnlandi'Jms bc.^nti8?. yeTy,M^h'mitedi,4ti,a(i-jLpon8i4eral»le.ii|quttritHy appearH.to.be.mnde iise bf.-irithe.North^Islarid in tho manufacture of- cordnge, and for other purposes. It is said to be extens...

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