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The following list of “ new books,” to be published by the Government Printer, and issued by the “ proprietors of Hansard,” appears in Thursday’s Times : ENGINEERING. “ Moorhouse on Tunnelling, with Hints oil Bores in General.” “ The Screw,” showing how its power may be increased by a ten per cent, reduction.— Saunders. . - “ Perpetual Motion,” a description of the Continuous, Commission Evolving, Financial Rotary Wheel, by Sir Julius. MISCELLANEOUS. “ Hall on Divisions,” with Diagrams illustrative of the use of Lobbies. “ Improvements in Precincts of the House —explaining the abuse of glass.” Fox. .. NATURAL HISTORY. “ The Railway Octopus,” illustrating the absorbing powers of this extraordinary creature. After Conyers. BIOGRAPHY. “ Life of the Prophet, with Visions of the Great Swamp.” Brown, Parihaka. ' PHYSICAL. Blair on “ Scours” (written during a visit to Timaru), with various recipes. ■ s r LEGAL. “ The Law of Eviction,” by Pyke; and by the same author, “An Apology.” MEDICAL. “Narcotics; Is their use injurious to the system.” Seddon. “ How to Live on L2lO per Annum.” By a Member. “Self Help.” Sheehan. ■> “The Maori Question.” Highly colored illustiations. By a Pakeha-Maori. “Rats; Their Treatment.” By the Hon. J. Hall. “ Railway Management.” A treatise by Lawson, with copious notes by Saunders. “Conyers’ Venture; or, Call it L500.’ Founded on fact. Unknown.

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A GOOD SKIT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 154, 18 September 1880

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A GOOD SKIT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 154, 18 September 1880

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