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  2. Advertising

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  3. ON THE LAND.

    Farmers will remember that some 10 years ago considerable interest was aroused in what was then regarded in Australia as a new fibre plant. Very little literature was available at ...

    Article : 1,712 words
  4. THE GROUP SYSTEM.

    Mr. S. F. Berkeley (Miles, Queensland) writes:—A cutting has been forwarded to me headed "The Failure of the Group System." As a disgusted seeker for land in ...

    Article : 169 words
  5. NEW SOUTH WALES MOTHS.

    Our London correspondent, writing on October 26, says:— "I have written from time to time about undesirable emigrants from this country to ...

    Article : 155 words
  6. ITEMS.

    The poisoned pollard laid for rabbits has according to local belief, had an unexpected effect in the Pilliga country. In that part there were several settlers who added to their ...

    Article : 687 words
  7. SHEARING.

    GUYRA.—Shearing is progressing favourably, one or two small sheds having cut out. At Messrs. Dutton Brothers, Urandangie, on Friday last, six shearers shore 837 sheep, ...

    Article : 109 words
  8. FRUIT SHIPMENTS.

    Mr. W. S. Campbell, Director of Agriculture, referred yesterday to the recent arrival of 4700 cases of apples, mainly from San Francisco, and stated that the fruit landed in ...

    Article : 208 words
  9. MURWILLUMBAH SHOW.

    The ninth annual show was opened to-day. Showers fell throughout the day. The attendance was about 1200. The entries were nearly 2000, being a record. There was an ...

    Article : 711 words
  10. LAND APPEAL COURT.

    The Land Appeal Court commenced its sittings at Wagga to-day. Mr. Hanbury Davies represented the Minister. Archibald and Angus Reid appealed against the disallowance ...

    Article : 302 words
  11. SHEARING DISPUTE.

    A dispute took place last week at Aberbaldie shed, the men alleging that sheep were wet. Dr. Fitzpatrick dismissed the men, and several, of them proceeded against him in the police ...

    Article : 74 words
  12. KANAKAS' DEPORTATION.

    Fifty Kanakas will be want from South Brisbane by the Bombala to-morrow to join the Induna, which will leave Sydney for the New Hebrides. These form portion of a ...

    Article : 92 words
  13. THE CROPS.

    GUYRA.—The wheat and oat crops never looked better in the district than at present, and a record harvest is anticipated all round. Potato sowing is finished, and the early crops ...

    Article : 186 words
  14. A RECORD DROVING TRIP.

    A sturdy South Australian, of medium height and slight build, somewhat bronzed, but not more so than many Sydneyltes, who indulge in surf bathing and week-end cricket ...

    Article : 1,798 words
  15. ABORIGINAL PREDICTION.

    Mr. J. S. Bray (Manly) writes:—"Much discussion has been going on during the last several months in connection with Australian aboriginal matters generally. It would ...

    Article : 336 words
  16. DOCTORS AND LODGES.

    Sir,—Noting a sub-leader re the above in your paper on the 23rd, and previous reports of eastern suburbs meeting, I shall be pleased if you will place the following facts ...

    Article : 588 words
  17. DAIRYING.

    COBARGO.—Glorious rain has fallen. The district was beginning to feel the effects of the continued dry weather. Supplies to the local Co-operative Factory are rapidly ...

    Article : 136 words
  18. FLAX INDUSTRY IN NEW ZEALAND.

    "The flax industry, is simply in its infancy," said the New Zealand chief fibre expert, Mr. C. J. Fulton, to a representative of the "Lyttelton Times." "No one knows 'what it will ...

    Article : 331 words
  19. DISTRICT ITEMS.

    ALBURY.—The municipal council has received a letter from the Culcairn District Farmers and Settlers' Association asking the council to co-operate in inducing the ...

    Article : 584 words
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