Sir,—In commenting on H.W.N.'s (of Gunnedah) letter in your issue of the 25th inst., I am with him. Has not the prophecy that I made years ago come to ...Article : 948 words
Always noted for his political during, whatever he may be like in the ordinary affairs of life, Mr. Watt, Acting Prime Minister for the Commonwealth, brought ...Article : 1,304 words
Mr. H. V. Edwards, Bega, writes: "I note Leach ('An Australian Bird Book') marks the blue kingfisher as 'rare and migratory.' So far as my ...Article : 327 words
Mr. F. M. Clements, F.Z.S., F.L.S., Stanmore, writes: "Can you tell me the scientific name of the little fuscous bird called in the ...Article : 124 words
Admittedly the greatest bird observer of Australia was an Englishman—John Gould. But his fame was not confined to Australia. He deservedly won ...Article : 647 words
The Wheat Scheme and Rural Industries Royal Commission has furnished its second progress report, which deals with the allegations made against Sir ...Article : 785 words
"Student" asks:—"Why use technical names for birds? We cannot identify a bird from its technical name." Some people are always objecting to ...Article : 383 words
The usual winter school for farmers at the Hawkesbury Agricultural College will take place during the period from 5 June 17 to July 12 next. ...Article : 303 words
The Minister for Agriculture, Mr. Oman, will confer with Senator Russell and the New South Wales Minister for Agriculture in order to secure an expert ...Article : 210 words
A message from Adelaide on Wednesday stated that after several days of negotiation between the Premier (Mr. A. H. Peake) and the Treasurer (Sir ...Article : 220 words
Sir,—In your issue of April 25, you refer to a statement made by Mr. T. I. Campbell, General Secretary F.S.A., in which he quotes a wire received by the ...Article : 351 words
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