The following are the principal portions of a paper read recently before the Farmers' Club of England by Mr. W. Stratton, of Kingston Deverill, Wales.— ...Article : 5,209 words
Sir—Much has been said and written anent the destruction of sheep by dogs, and although the police may make every exertion to carry out the Act more strictly than ...Article : 296 words
Sir—About two years ago surveyors were employed for months in these hundreds surveying all the scrub lands into different sized blocks, and it was generally understood ...Article : 368 words
Sir—Much has been said and written of late respecting the loss to the colony through the surrendering clauses of the last Laud Act. Now, this loss is merely imaginary, as in the ...Article : 433 words
The monthly meeting was held in the Royal Hotel on Saturday afternoon. The Chairman (Mr. W. H. Binney. presided, and there were also present—Messrs. J. Miller. Morrish, Marshal, A. Brown, ...Article : 1,358 words
Sir—A great deal has been said and written lately about the loss the colony will sustain financially through so many farmers surrendering their selections and getting them ...Article : 476 words
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