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BETTER FARMING TRAIN.
The director of Agriculture (Dr. Cameron) yesterday received the following telegram from Mr. ilullaney, the Railways oflicer on the Better Farming Train:
"A Jate decision to \jsit K>ubram, in confie quince of the bplllting of tht train, caused some confusion as tu when; sections were to be sent. The morning attendance ut both (dated wus dis- appointing, but in the aitenioon 700 saw the stock alni dairy section at Tongala, and 400 vJBitcd tlie train nt Kyabram. At Kyabram the fruit car waa of particular interest, and the lec- ture on the subject wai attentively followed. AU lecturers report keenness. The women's sec- tion rcmnined at Tongala, and démonstrations were attended by lory large audiences. At Echuca; last ctcning the cars were crowded."