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  2. Mr. Dymock's Experiences.

    Mr. D. L. Dymock, the president of the Kiama Agricultural Association, who after an absence of 12 months was last week enthusiastically banqueted by the leading residents of the South Coast, in the course ...

    Article : 694 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 41 words
  4. Forthcoming Shows.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 71 words
  5. Eradication of the Prickly Pear.

    In September, 1882, Mr. Abbott placed before his fellow-members of the Legislative Assembly a bill which had for its object the eradication of this noxious plant. A few weeks later such bill was moved in ...

    Article : 566 words
  6. New Zealand Frozen Meat Trade.

    Mr. John Reid, of Oamaru, New Zealand, is an earnest worker in furthering the interests of the export meat trade. While in England recently he made a charter with Messrs. Turnbull, Martin, and Co., for ...

    Article : 338 words
  7. Glen Innes Show.

    The event of the week—indeed, I may say, the event of the season—has been the holding of our annual show. It proved the most successful of its kind held here for years, and that is something to be proud of, considering the dry ...

    Article : 1,611 words
  8. Rabbits in New Zealand

    The effect of the neglect of the pastoralists and farmers of New Zealand in the matter of resisting the invasion of rabbits is now rather plainly evident. Mr. C. de V. Teschemaker, who is recognised as ...

    Article : 188 words
  9. Destruction of Rabbits.

    The following report by the Surveyor-General of South Australia, upon the best means for the destruction of rabbits has been received by the Minister for Mines :— "Surveyor-General's Office, 27th February, 1894. ...

    Article : 196 words
  10. Exhibition of Sugars.

    The following communication relating proposed exhibitions of sugars at Port Louis, M[?] has been received by the hon, the Colonial Secretary and is published for general information :— Exhibition ...

    Article : 130 words
  11. Fruitgrowers and Fruitgrowers.

    Persons who may be so exceptionally [?] to secure a large crop than is needed to supply their immediate wants may be pleased to learn the method which our American cousins are adopting to shore ...

    Article : 124 words
  12. The Scab Outbreak.

    We are indebted to Mr. H. G. Lomax, of Carcoar who this week visited this city for the most recent information regarding the precautions which are being excercised to prevent the spread of scab in the ...

    Article : 337 words
  13. Ensilage in South Australia.

    On Monday, March 24, (says the South Australian Registers), a few gentlemen assembled by invitation, at Mr. James Bell's dairy, Morphetriville, to witness the opening of a pit on [?] a mixture of chaffed oats and lucerne, ...

    Article : 449 words
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