IN conjunction with a numerous list of regular contributors to the Station, Farm, and Garden columns of the QUEENSLANDER, we invite the co-operation of all interested In the productive pursuits of the ...Article : 1,792 words
THE European Mail supplies the following;— WooL—Mr.Helmuth Schwartze thinks the demand for fine wools must, under the circumstances, be considered comparatively good. ...Article : 1,627 words
A CORRESPONDENTS of the Country Gentleman gives the following upon Mr.Lawce' original flock of sheep which were common Hampshire Downs. He commenced ...Article : 877 words
A CURIOSITY IN BEE-KEEPING.-WE Had the privilege, during the week of looking at acuriosity in bee-management, at the apiary of Mr.Carroll, Milton-road. He has constructed a ...Article : 1,270 words
I ENCLOSE extract from a letter received by San Francisco mail from an esteemed correspondent in the State of Georgia, U.S.A., which will commend itself to the notice of the more ...Article : 668 words
SOME time ago there appeared in the Brisbane Courier a letter (taken from one of the Sydney papers) from Mort and Co., stating their late impressions on objects and aims ...Article : 1,885 words
MR.J.E.WARM writes to the S.M.Herald as follows:— "The greater portion of the land lying between the Murray, Marrumbidgee, and Lachlan ...Article : 2,195 words
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