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  2. FARM, STATION, AND DAIRY.

    It may seem almost farcical to speak of growling tape or any other crop to the thousands of men who are almost in despair over this disastrous drought. Some of us have seen our thousands ...

    Article : 1,348 words
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  4. THE KENNEL.

    [?] Burwood.--The dog, as you describe him, is evidently a Dandle Di[?]mont terrier. If we saw the animal we then would have no difficulty in identifying his variety. ...

    Article : 137 words
  5. FRUIT EXPORT TRADE.

    The one thoroughly successful branch of the fruit-growing industry in the Cumberland district for the season is that of the vignerons, who, on the, whole, have done very well indeed. Finer ...

    Article : 984 words
  6. THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW.

    In view of the fact that several dogs from some of the leading kennels are just now suffering from distemper, eczema, and other skin diseases, a reminder perhaps will not be out of place that ...

    Article : 1,082 words
  7. POULTRY.

    (Inquiries must be received not later than Thursday to be answered in the following Saturday's issue.) "Golden Wyandotte" (North Sydney).--The poultry tonic known as Douglas' mixture is made by mixing ...

    Article : 243 words
  8. A NEW ENGLAND SHOW.

    The poultry section of the Tenterfield show this weak, so far as classification, and prize money goos, was not very attractive. This, however, did not affect for ill either the quality or ...

    Article : 257 words
  9. THE ORCHARD.

    The citrus trees will require attention in the way of destroying all insects, and especially the various varieties of scale, which at this season of the year are being hatched. If decided steps are ...

    Article : 310 words
  10. THE GARDEN AND ORCHARD.

    "Aphis."--Seeing you have been unsuccessful with the various insecti[?]ides you name, you might try the resin and soda wash, as recommended by the "Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales." The following ...

    Article : 304 words
  11. PRICES, PAST AND PRESENT.

    Prices for poultry and eggs or late have been regarded as low, but nevertheless they hear favorable comparison with figures current at a corresponding period of previous years. And even ...

    Article : 761 words
  12. THE VEGETABLE GARDEN.

    Pretty well all that can be done in this department, owing to the continued drought, is to keep all growing crops well watered, heavy soakings being essential if vegetables are to be expected; ...

    Article : 227 words
  13. THE FLOWER GARDEN.

    We have lately noticed that in a good many gardens mildew causing much trouble among the roses. A strong effort should be made to get it under, or the growth of the plants will be ...

    Article : 1,156 words
  14. PROPOSED TRAMWAY TO NARRABEEN.

    A meeting of the league which has been established to forward the construction of a tramway from Manly to Narrabeen, and eventually on to Newport, Bayview, and Pittwater, was held ...

    Article : 278 words
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  16. THE FOX-TERRIER ADAM[?]BEDE.

    Who in Australia connected with the fox-terrier branch of fancierdom has not heard of the celebrated dog Adam Bede, and his marvellous performances throughout Great Britain? The English "Stockkeeper," in referring to this ...

    Article : 368 words
  17. WHOLE CORN VERSUS CORN MEAL.

    It is a question of some Importance to pig-breeders, and has long been a debatable one, whether pigs, while fattening, should be fed with whole corn or corn in the form of meal. ...

    Article : 655 words
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