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  2. ON THE LAND.

    Not unnaturally the report of the Forestry Department received attention in Parliament on Tuesday night, when the Department of Agriculture estimates were under discussion. As ...

    Article : 794 words
  3. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 2,790 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 199 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,038 words
  6. DISTRICT ITEMS.

    BLACKTOAVN.—Several poultry furmers, are increasing the area of their poultry farms, while others are placing their stock in the market, in consequence of the high price of ...

    Article : 117 words
  7. CHAMBER' OF AGRICULTURE.

    A special meeting of the council of the above was held to consider a communication from the Royal Commission of Food Trade and Industry. The following ...

    Article : 123 words
  8. COROWA GRAPE CROP.

    COROWA.—The continued dry weather is having a bad effect upon vines, from which practically no crop will be taken. The reconstituted vineyard of young, resistant stocks ...

    Article : 114 words
  9. THE WHEAT SEIZURE.

    Mr. E. C. Brecht, Gunnedah, writes:—The proposal of the Government to purchase the whole of this season's wheat crop at 5s per bushel has met with considerable opposition. ...

    Article : 254 words
  10. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "J. G.," Bowral.—The Government Botanist, Mr. J. H, Maiden, states that the specimen of grass forwarded is Authoxan[?] odoratum L. Gramin[?] introduced grass commonly known as "Sweet [?] ...

    Article : 117 words
  11. INSPECTION OF RABBITS.

    Statements were recently made before the Registrar in Bankruptcy by a bankrupt rabbit dealer, to the effect that be had supplied numbers of rabbits which had been rejected, ...

    Article : 162 words
  12. LAND VALUATIONS.

    Mr. J. F. Campbell writes:—The critical remarks recently made by Mr. Justice Ferguson on "The policy of employing a Judge sitting alone to assess the value of land" ...

    Article : 819 words
  13. GOONDIWINDI WHEAT YIELD.

    GOONDIWINDI (Q.).—Mr. E. T. Drake, secretary of the F. and A. Society, who has been collecting data on the subject, estimates the wheat crop for this district when harvesting ...

    Article : 110 words
  14. A MATTER OF FORM.

    The City Council at its last meeting resolved to obtain the opinion of counsel on the question of the legality of the proposed retiring allowances to the late City Surveyors ...

    Article : 206 words
  15. "GERMAN" BLIGHT.

    Mr. William M. Hamlet, Government Analyst, writes:—In your over-interesting column entitled "On the Land," you have, in Wednesday's issue, an article on the subject ...

    Article : 168 words
  16. THE CROPS.

    BATHURST.—Since the middle of October about 5[?] inches of rain have fallen throughout the district, the storms in some places being very heavy. The effect has been the ...

    Article : 236 words
  17. INCREASING THE WHEAT AREA.

    In regard to extending the share farming system as a result of inquiries made, the Minister for Agriculture has received replies from a number of estate owners, from which ...

    Article : 178 words
  18. WOMEN'S HANDICRAFTS.

    The exhibition of the Women's Handicraft Association was opened in St. James's Hall yesterday afternoon by Mrs. A. A. Cocks, who subsequently visited the different ...

    Article : 204 words
  19. A NEW WHEAT.

    CULCAIRN.—The farmers of this district are discussing a new wheat—Sohmidt's No. 1 —grown by Mr. J. H. Schmidt, of Springfield, Walla. This wheal yielded 105 bugs ...

    Article : 311 words
  20. CLARENCE POTATO CROP.

    ULMARRA.—The harvesting of the summer crop is now in full swing throughout the Clarence district. A pleasing feature of the crops now being harvested is the splendid condition ...

    Article : 389 words
  21. DAIRYING.

    ULMARRA.—It is very doubtful if the dairy farmers of the Clarence have since dairying became an industry of primary importance experienced such a favourable season as the ...

    Article : 249 words
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