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  2. THE WINDMILL AS A MOTOR.

    In an article on this subject the "Mark Lane Express" gives an illustration (which we have extracted) of a windmill, as erected by Messrs. Rickman & Co., at the end ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 232 words
  3. NSECT PESTS AMONG FRUIT TREES.

    Mr. Martin Cussen, Member of the Legislative Council of Victoria, may fairly be regarded as something of an ideal representative of a rural district, for when ...

    Article : 541 words
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  5. FARM AND GARDEN i i

    KALE AS FODDER : "J.W.," Glen Innes, asks: "Is kale the good fodder plant some people claim it to be? PIGS WITH FITS:—"Bungaree" writes: "My ...

    Article : 400 words
  6. SCHOOLBOY FARMERS.

    In giving an illustration in his annual report of the success of practical instruction in elementary agriculture in the country districts of New Zealand, ...

    Article : 90 words
  7. DUCKS FOR EXPORT.

    The in-take of ducks at the Government Freezing Works, Melbourne, has fallen off very considerably lately owing to the laying season being on. The ...

    Article : 160 words
  8. THE GARDEN.

    DISEASED APPLE TREE (to "Starling): From your description it is probably what is known as "canker." Paint the nodules with spirits of salts, applying same with a feather or small ...

    Article : 254 words
  9. IS THE HOME SEPARATOR A CURSE?

    There in another reason (writes the agricultural editor of the "Otago Witness") the "Age" might have noted for the deterioration of Victorian butter whilst New ...

    Article : 198 words
  10. BADLY-FED TURKEYS

    It is reported at the poultry branch of the Government Freezing Works, Melbourne, that turkeys are late in coming forward from the country districts! and ...

    Article : 399 words
  11. BARTLEY FOR FODDER.

    Writes a practical farmer to a New Zealand contemporary:—"The value of barley as feed for stock is not yet recognised as it ought to be. For pig feed it is ...

    Article : 133 words
  12. STUPID LAND MANAGEMENT.

    A correspondent writes to the "Clarence and Richmond Examiner," as follows:—Last week there were thrown open 26 blocks of land for conditional purchase ...

    Article : 221 words
  13. THE VEGETABLE PLOT.

    Here digging, trenching and manuring will claim a lot of our attention during the present month, and the greater area we can manage to work now the ...

    Article : 1,650 words
  14. PLAGUE OF PIEMELONS.

    "Jastitia," writing in the Maryborough (Queensland) "Chronicle," says:—There is abundant proof, available that in parts of the Nanango scrub, particularly where ...

    Article : 264 words
  15. GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION IN CANADA.

    In Canada heavy penalties are imposed for—1. The importation, manufacture, or sale of adulterated, process, or renovated butter, oleomargarine, butterine, or other ...

    Article : 114 words
  16. SYDNEY MARKETS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 493 words
  17. MORE APPLES WANTED.

    In the "Agricultural Gazette" for May, Mr. Allen, the fruit expert writes:—"For those who axe not afraid of a little work there is no industry which at the present ...

    Article : 117 words
  18. HIGH PRICES FOR FANCY POULTRY.

    Some high, prices have recently been paid in Victoria to breeders of fancy poultry, for exceptionally good specimens of any fashionable class of birds, these being ...

    Article : 267 words
  19. BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY.

    Apropos of the article on "Money in Sugar Beet" in last issue of the "Sunday Times," it is interesting to note that the Victorian Minister of Agriculture ...

    Article : 783 words
  20. SELF-SUCKING COWS.

    A correspondent, in reply to an inquiring, dairy farmer in "The Leader" on this subject, gives the following mode of preventing a cow from sucking herself:— ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 187 words
  21. CLEAN WATER FOR COWS.

    Since the milk trade reached its present dimensions, the question of giving cows pure water to drink has come forcibly to the front, and it is not too much to say ...

    Article : 118 words
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  23. TUNISIAN SHEEP FOR THE LAMB TRADE.

    Efforts are being made by Mr. Larney, a Waikato (N.Z.) settler, to induce farmers in the North Island to follow his example by importing Tunis sheep. He ...

    Article : 209 words
  24. SETTLING A MAN ON THE LAND.

    About two years ago a new arrival from. England, whose people were said to be well-to-do agriculturalists in the Old Country, presented himself at the ...

    Article : 393 words
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