Granny 2nd of Thornleigh (Banker of Sunnyvale—Granny of Thornleigh), bred and owned by Mr. J. T. Whippa, is a typical specimen of the dairy beast described in the article on this page. She is a living illustration of what has been achieved in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 125 words
Peggy 7th Of Thornleigh' (Jellicoe of Fairfield—Peggy 3rd) bred and owned by Mr. J. T. Whipps, is one of the younger generation of the I.M.S. dairy breed. At 2 years of age she won her class at Grafton (1928), and also annexed the reserve ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 93 words
LM. (Warwick.—I) They are not supposed to moult, and will not, in the nature of things, if handled right. If fed a too ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,588 words
VISITORS from the West who were in Brisbane last week for the Show festivities report that the recent falls of from 30 ...Article : 1,141 words
TWEED HEADS Kennel and Poultry Club will hold their second annual show on Saturday, September 15, with the usual ...Article : 767 words
In order to obtain a true perspective of the facts relative to the Illawarra Milking Shorthorn breed of dairy cattle as it exists in the Northern Rivers district of New South Wales to-day, it is ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 971 words
Less than 50 years ago Myrtletown, situated 12 miles from Brisbane and three from Pinkenba, was known as "Boggy Creek," and was little better than a mud-bank. To-day it is a progressive ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,386 words
Purchased for £40 at the end of last season by Mr. J. Wright, of Kensington (New South Wales), this brilliant daughter of Low ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 72 words
The Chapman family, of Myrtletown. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 5 words
On many of the older farms there are buildings which, by reason of neglect, have gone beyond the bounds of respectability, but which, having ...Article : 142 words
To test incubator eggs quickly without removing them from the tray, rest the tray of eggs between two boxes or trestles. Then take a large ...Article : 76 words
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