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  2. ON THE LAND.

    Jack Howe's 321 has stood for 17 years as the highest tally shorn by a shearer in one working day in Australia, and probably in the world. It seems likely to stand for another ...

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  4. WHEAT-GROWING.

    A conference of officers of the Department of Agriculture was held at the Wagga Experiment Farm on Wednesday last for the purpose of discussing matters in connection with ...

    Article : 663 words
  5. THE WOOL TRADE.

    After an interval of rather more than three weeks, auctions were resumed in the Sydney market on Monday last, and continued on the three following days. Although the ...

    Article : 984 words
  6. GREEN MANURING.

    MACLEAN.—For several years past the practice of green-manuring principally with cowpeas, has been followed by the most progressive farmers on the sugar-cane and maize ...

    Article : 378 words
  7. BIRDS AND INSECTS.

    Dr. E. C. Chisholm, M.B., Ch.M., Riverstone, writes: "Noticing a letter on Birds and Insects" in your paper of 13th instant, where the wood swallow (sometimes erroneously ...

    Article : 539 words
  8. HOW THE SALES PROGRESSED.

    On Monday last two catalogues aggregated 9714 bales, of which 8686 bales were realised at auction. The selection comprised a good average display of greas[?]es, with a few lines ...

    Article : 1,763 words
  9. EXPERIMENTAL FARMING.

    MILLTHORPE.—The experimantal plots of potatoes planted in a part of the shop ground are looking exceedingly well. Much interest is centred in these plots, as the results from ...

    Article : 83 words
  10. THE HARVEST.

    MOLONG.—At the latter end of last week, and in the beginning of this, is per bushel was freely offered locally for wheat, and a fair quantity changed hands at that price. Since ...

    Article : 119 words
  11. DISTRICT ITEMS.

    RICHMOND.—Little or no business is being transacted with the fruit industry from this district, in consequence of the rain, it being impossible for the growers to market. At ...

    Article : 188 words
  12. ITEMS.

    Messrs. Trebeck Son and Co. report having completed the sale of the Nullamanna Estate, near Inverell, for Messrs. Henderson Brothers, to Mr. Horace Berry. Nullamanna ...

    Article : 69 words
  13. GRASS PESTS.

    WINGHAM.—A strange breed of grub has been doing considerable damage to cocksfoot grass on the Dorrigo. Mr. George Marks, Inspector of Agriculture for the ...

    Article : 226 words
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