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  2. RABBIT DESTRUCTION.

    WAGGA, Saturday.--The Pastures Board has decided to wire the Bathurst Board to appeal against the decision of the Court that the Railway Commissioners were not liable for ...

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  3. THE SOIL.

    I have had the opportunity of closely observing the effect of drought and of the subsequent copious rains on vegetation at Hiawatha, Snowy River. ...

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  6. SOLDIERS' ORCHARDS.

    HARDEN, Saturday. -- The bricks for the foundations and the chimneys on the soldiers' orchard settlement at Kingsvale are on the ground, and a gang of laborers is preparing ...

    Article : 209 words
  7. FOR WOMEN.

    The State Governor will, on Thursday, April 19 preside at the unveiling of tablets at the Nurses' Home, and the adjourned annual general meeting of the Women's Hospital, Crown ...

    Article : 797 words
  8. BRIGID AND THE CUB.

    Then Brigid dashed back to the flat in a taxi full of apologies for being late; she was nearly an hour behind her time. "But, whatever have you been doing, child?" ...

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  9. LAND SETTLEMENT AND RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    Sir,--Permit me, in justice to the policy of the Government, the use of it share of your space. So much has been said publicly by Labor speakers, anxious to catch the vote of a ...

    Article : 308 words
  10. MID-WEST SHOWS.

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  11. HELP FOR FARMERS.

    Mr. Mark S. Baldwin, secretary of the Delungra branch of the P.P. Union, writes:-- ' "The farmers in this district have lost their crops through the drought. A limited ...

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  12. CO-OPERATION IN NEW ZEALAND.

    The Farmers' Co-operative Wholesale Federation of New Zealand, which was established some time ago as the result of a conference of the principal farmers' co-operative ...

    Article : 193 words
  13. TRUCKING SHOW CATTLE.

    WOLLONGONG.--Mr. L. Carr, at a meeting of the South Coast Agricultural Union, complained that the present system of trucking cattle to the shows was unsatisfactory. Under the ...

    Article : 134 words
  14. TRAVELLING STOCK FEES.

    BATHURST.--The Bathurst P.P. Board has displayed considerable liberality this your in connection with the waiving of travelling stock foes in tho case of starving stock coming ...

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  15. REGISTRATION OF DAIRIES.

    LISMORE.--The question of the annual registration of dairies formed the principal subject of discussion at a meeting of the Richmond River district council of the Primary ...

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  16. CROWN LANDS.

    For the week ended March 15 there were 39 applicants for original holdings of a total of 36,731 acres, under the Crown Lands Acts and Closer Settlement Acts, und under the ...

    Article : 78 words
  17. DISTRICT NEWS.

    DUBBO.--At a meeting of Talbragar Shire Council a letter was read from the Department of Lands, stating that the council was the only local body that had refused to ...

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  18. MAN'S FATAL FALL.

    COWRA, Saturday.--Alexander Fulton, of Sydney, while visiting the town, fell heavily on the footpath. He was taken to the hospital, where ho died a few hours inter without ...

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