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  2. PREFERENTIAL TARIFF.

    In the debate on the Supplementary Enstimates in the House of Representatives early yesterday morning, Mr. Mann (W.A.) referred to the announcement of the ...

    Article : 581 words
  3. AGRICULTURAL SHOWS.

    WARRACKNABEAL, Friday.—The Warracknabeal show to-day was largely attended, the gate takings being about £456. which is a record. The weather was fine. The exhibition was notable for ...

    Article : 690 words
  4. THE COUNTRY PAGE.

    Anyone who fails to visit the "Better Farming Train" which leaves on a tour of Gippsland districts on Monday, will miss the opportunity of seeing and benefiting ...

    Article : 998 words
  5. Classified Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 1,614 words
  6. "BETTER FARMING" TRAIN.

    Preparations have boen completed for the departure of the "Better Farming" train from Flinders street on Monday morning upon a' tour of Gippsland. The ...

    Article : 194 words
  7. SELECTING SEED WHEAT.

    ALBURY (N.S.W.), Friday. — Scientific methods of culture and the most claborate working and preparation of the follow will not, of themselves, assure a ...

    Article : 795 words
  8. EXPORTED FRUIT.

    LAUNCESTON (T.), Friday. — Mr. A, H. Ashbolt, formerly Agent-General for Tasmania, addressed a meeting of fruitgrowers at Launceston this afternoon, and ...

    Article : 106 words
  9. APPIE INDUSTRY.

    Want of organisation in the apple industry is plainly indicated by the methods of marketing employed. Plans for placing the industry on a stable basis are ...

    Article : 62 words
  10. Wool Sales.

    (Australian Press Association.) The wool sales held in London to-day were notable for the remarkable strength of the Continental competition, and a keen ...

    Article : 70 words
  11. N.S.W. RIFLE MATCHES.

    ANZAC RANGE (Liverpool), Friday.—The 10th annual prize meeting of the National Rifle Association of New South Wales will be officially opened to-morrow morning at a quarter to 9 ...

    Article : 391 words
  12. Beulah.

    BEULAH, Friday.—The Beulah show proved very successful. The weather was cool, but bright and dry.' More than £70, was taken at the gates. The attendance numbered about [?]. There was a ...

    Article : 975 words
  13. TEXTILE INDUSTRY.

    The Minister for Trade and Customs (Mr. Pratten) announced yesterday that in the Parliamentary recess he would inquire concerning requess of the textile ...

    Article : 91 words
  14. STAGHORN FLAT MYSTERY.

    WODONGA, Friday. — Detectives J. O'Keefe and W.R. Fowler, who have been in this district for the last few weeks making inquiries concerning the death of ...

    Article : 155 words
  15. Reuter.

    On the closing day of the wool sales S923 bales wore offered, comprising a miscellaneous assortment. Fine wools were steady, but lower grades were slow and ...

    Article : 155 words
  16. WORK AND WAGES.

    Referring to statements that a section of the members of the Victorian branch of the Federaled Union of Locomotive Enginemen desired to bring about a cessation of ...

    Article : 161 words
  17. Bradlord Market.

    The Bradford market continues dull, and very little business is taking place. The following are the quotations:—Sixty fours, 79d.;60's, 71d.; 56's, 56s, 52's, 40.; 46's, ...

    Article : 31 words
  18. JUNIOR TEACHERS.

    If the Stale Parliament authorises the establishnient of the public Service Classification Board, as proposed by the Ministry, junior teachers in the Education ...

    Article : 122 words
  19. Adelride Series.

    ADELAIDE.Friday.— prices at the wool sales this morning were about equal to those of the last series. [?] was rather quiet, and 36d. was the highest price accured. ...

    Article : 18 words
  20. AUSTRALIAN SPEAKERS' NOTES.

    The October issue of "Australian Speakers' Notes," published to-day, supplies ampie data to anti-Socialist speakers with respect to the outcome of Labour ...

    Article : 112 words
  21. VICTORIAN FRUIT AT BRISBANE SHOW.

    Sir,—As the packers of the Doncaster section of the exhibit of Victorian fruit at the recent Brisbane Agricultural Show, we desire to emphatically protest, against ...

    Article : 460 words
  22. Private Advices.

    The following private advices have been received:— By gold [?] Mort and co. Ltd. from their London [?] (oct.9.) — "Wool sales closed firm practically opening quotations. Slight [?] ...

    Article : 611 words
  23. ELECTRICIANS' STRIKE.

    Negotiations began by the Trades Hall industrial disputes committee for the settlement of the dispute between 12 electrical linesmen, who are on strike, and the ...

    Article : 159 words
  24. JUMP THROUGH WINDOW.

    WANGARATTA, Friday —This morning. George Kimpton, aged 53 years, a resident of Coolamon (N.S.W.) jumped through a window of the Sydney express ...

    Article : 72 words
  25. ROAD MAINTENANCE.

    Sir,—I notice Mr. Brondbent keeps batting for the motorists, and still says that they are singled out for class taxation, by being called on to pay an increased ...

    Article : 285 words
  26. How to Prevent Loss of Lucerne Hay

    Careless or improper methods of curing [?] or clover hay may result in a loss of as much as 50 per cent, of the entire crop. The leaves are the principal source ...

    Article : 1,047 words
  27. ADDITIONAL LICENSE AREA.

    The petition for an additional license area at Springvale having been withdrawn, the sittings of the Licensing Court which were to have been held at ...

    Article : 39 words
  28. Women Cafe Employees.

    Efforts are to be made by the [?] and Allied Trades Union to Organise the women employed im city hotel, [?], and restaurants, it is proposed to appoint a ...

    Article : 55 words
  29. Culcairn.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 258 words
  30. SHOOTING CASE IN ADELAIDE.

    ADELAIDE, Friday. — Revolver shots were fired this morning in the office of Ernest Graham, financer, and, as a result, Graham was admitted to the Adelaide ...

    Article : 77 words
  31. Forty-four Hour Week.

    BRISBANE, Friday. — In the Queen land Legislature Assembly, the Minister for Labour (Mr. Forgan Smith) gave notice of motion for the introduction of ...

    Article : 53 words
  32. COUNTRY LAND SALES.

    Messrs. A. E. Gibson and Co. report having sold, on account Mr..J. R. McArthur. his [?] cstate, on the Maribyrnong River, [?]. with the Arndel mansion, the purchaser being ...

    Article : 110 words
  33. CRUELTY TO HORSE.

    On a charge of having worked a horse in circumstances which involved cruetly, Simon Middleton, of Hill Top, Warrandyte, appeared at the Prahran court on ...

    Article : 90 words
  34. DESTRUCTION OF FURZE.

    At a recent meeting of the Kyneton Shire Council it was decided to ask the member for the district, in the legislative Assembly (Mr. Pollard), to use his [?] to obtain an ...

    Article : 309 words
  35. THE CAMPHOR LAUREL.

    Sir,—It would appear as good news for as that the camphor laurel not only flourishes so far south as Warragal, but there attains to the dimensions of a ...

    Article : 247 words
  36. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARCUS.

    Sir,—At a recent meeting of the Doncaster Fruitgrowers' Association Mr. J. Tully reported that at the last meeting of the Central Fruitgrowers' ...

    Article : 204 words
  37. HIGH-PRICED RAMS.

    PERTH. Friday— At the perth Royal show sales at [?] [?] to-day,six [?] [?] [?] averaged 162 [?], and 14 selected [?] 68 [?]. The average for the 20 runs was 96 ...

    Article : 38 words
  38. Hopetoun.

    HOPETOPN, Friday. — The show of the Hopetown Agricultural and Pastoral Society was held under ideal [?]. the weather being beautifully [?]. The attendance was far in excess of ...

    Article : 1,094 words
  39. AUCTIONEERS AND AGENTS.

    For some months discussions have been [?] ing between the [?] and Estate [?] Association of Victoria and the melbourne and [?] Real Estate Agents' Association with a ...

    Article : 683 words
  40. SEARCH FOR ESCAPED LUNATIC.

    No [?] has been found of a man, aged 45 years, who escaped from the [?] [?] on Thursday. He [?] over a wall, and had disappeared when the murders can outside the ...

    Article : 87 words
  41. POSSESSION OF BICYCLE.

    William collins aged 62 years. labourer, was charged at the [?] court on Thursday, before Mr. P.J. [?]. P.M. and Messrs. T. Kane and C. A. [?] [?] with [?] ...

    Article : 36 words
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