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  2. Field and Garden Correspondence.

    Either on the authority of gentlemen to whom we are privileged to refer, on personal knowledge, or by reference to authorities, we do our best to answer correspondents who write to the QUEENSLANDER for ...

    Article : 91 words
  3. SPOUT WASHING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    SIR: As I think the article on "Wool-Washing in South Australia," in your last issue, is calculated to mislead those unacquainted with the spouting process, I will, by your permission, ...

    Article : 246 words
  4. CORN STALK FODDER.

    SIR: I have not yet seen the method recommended by your contributor "Zadriel" put into practice; that is, of pulling the corn a few days before it is ripe, and drying the stalks for fodder. ...

    Article : 285 words
  5. THE BIG STATION SCHEME.

    THE years 1864 and 1865 were remarkable in England for a perfect mania for the formation of Joint Stock Companies. A mere list of the names of these com ...

    Article : 2,287 words
  6. THE DEATH OF COUCH-GRASS.

    SIR: I would feel obliged for such information as would enable me to be the death of couchgrass without burning it, which is evidently a waste of fertilising material. There is plenty ...

    Article : 61 words
  7. THE NATIVE DOG QUESTION.

    SIR: In your issue of July 22 there appears another letter from "Myall," in which he accuses me of sneering. I only wish to assure "Myall" that such was not meant; but, with ...

    Article : 624 words
  8. LONDON WOOL MARKET.

    THE money market remains in much the same state as at the departure of the last mail, the amount still seeking investment being very large, though a good many loans of undoubted ...

    Article : 838 words
  9. SLITTING THE BARK OF PEACH TREES.

    SIR: I noticed in your last paper a question about slitting the bark of fruit trees. Having had long experience in Europe as well as in this country as a nurseryman, I have frequently ...

    Article : 415 words
  10. CUMBERLAND DISEASE IN SHEEP.

    THE following report has kindly been placed at our disposal:— Brisbane, August 20, 1868. Sir,—In accordance with your instructions, I ...

    Article : 2,960 words
  11. GROWTH OF THE WOOL TRADE.

    THE enormous proportion attained by the wool trade in the commerce of the United Kingdom during the last fifty years, is one of the most noticeable features in our ...

    Article : 1,418 words
  12. THE HEIGHT OF STUMPS.

    SIR: Is there any legal standard height for cutting stamps in this country? I refer to stumps in open or Government ground, and put the question because a friend has got his foot ...

    Article : 156 words
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