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  2. SULTANA SITUATION

    The position regarding the sultana Industry, here, world markets, and the urgent necessity for the development of the co-operative movement was lucidly explained at a meeting of growers hold at the School of Arts on Thursday evening. From the ...

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  3. P.D.S. COLUMN

    In this column during December reference was made to the actual cash loss suffered by producers on all butter that has left sydney on ...

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  4. RICE VARIETIES

    The following letter received by Mr. H. J. Dargin, agricultural instructor, from the Plant Breeding Branch, should put growers at ease ...

    Article : 438 words
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  7. LONDON MARKET

    Mr. Howie explained at this stage that the London Market was not affected by the Australian market. His Association was out of economy ...

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  8. LAYING DOWN OF PASTURES

    At the conference of Agricultural Officers, held at Leeton on February 11, Mr. G. G. Potts brought under notice the question of permanent ...

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  9. CHEAP EXCURSION TRAIN

    The Railway Department announces cheap excursions to and from Sydney during the week commencing March 20. A train leaves Leeton ...

    Article : 79 words
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