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  2. THE ILL-FATED CUMBERLAND — OUR RIVER FISHES.

    THE STEAMER CUMBERLAND ASHORE AT GABO. The salvage operations on the Cumberland (which was beached to prevent her sinking after an explosion in one of her holds) continue to progress. although heavy weather [?] Where the water is seen in the picture rushing over the ship forward is the hold in while the explosion [?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 74 words
  3. UTILISATION OF NATURE'S WASTE

    AMONG the many practical schemes adopted in N. S. Wales for the provision of a prospective food supply is the utilisation of Nature's waste in respect to the young of our valuable food fishes. In the vast areas drained ...

    Article : 1,189 words
  4. "Granges, Apples, and Lemons from Curlwaa, N.S.W.

    Curlwaa, a Government irrigation settlement, situated near the junction of the Murray and Darling. has been in existence for about 20 years, but it is only for about the last seven or eight years that the value of the deep alluvial soil has been recognised to the settlers, and now they consider it some of the best in the Commonwealth, and capable of producing as fine fruit as any other portion of the globe. Unrlwan produces citrus fruits of all kinds, especially Washington navels and lemons, and, in addition ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 135 words
  5. A Good Night's Haul from the Murrumbidgee.

    This photograph illustrates a fisherman's catch for the night, with four lawful drum nets, from a portion of the mUrrumbidgee River that has been systematically netted by him for [?]ore than seven years. The catch includes Murray cod, golden and silver perch. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 49 words
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