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  2. AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES.

    These Notes are issued avery week, under the personal supervis[?]or of Hon. W. C. Grahame, M.L.A., Minister of Agriculture and are b[?]ed mainly on the experience of the Department. No. 396. ...

    Article : 797 words
  3. An Old Man's Money

    not, you and I—the best of friends?" "How can I say? She tried to look at him with indifferent eyes. She spoke curtly, almost rudely; then a sudden ...

    Article : 3,921 words
  4. DAIRYING.

    The value of silage as a rough winter fodder for dairy cattle has rarely been better illustrated in New South Wales than by a short report from the Manager ...

    Article : 595 words
  5. SHEEP TICKS AND LICE.

    During the past year a good deal of interest has been taken in some districts in the increase or sheep tick and sheep rouse, and the suggestion has actually ...

    Article : 207 words
  6. AGRICULTURAL.

    It was in 1909 that the policy was [?]triated by the Department of Agriculture of demonstrating on farmers' own properties the value of the methods ...

    Article : 522 words
  7. The Recommendations of Silage.

    The Manager is careful not to argue [?]at silage is equal to sweet green pastures ana green fodder crops; but he remarks that if it can materially help ...

    Article : 380 words
  8. THE CROSS-BREEDING EXPERIMENTS.

    A number of second-cross lambs from "Wagga experiment farm, which, were ine[?]ded in the cross-breeding experiments at that farm, were recently sold at ...

    Article : 453 words
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