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  2. AGRICULTURAL BREVITIES

    Westbury show. Wheat posts prevalent down south. The first thing to learn in dairying—cleanliness. ...

    Article : 1,314 words
  3. CAM NOTES.

    In this district there seems to be every possibility of an exceptionally good harvest, the crops in a large number of cases being already out in ear and looking well. ...

    Article : 397 words
  4. THE WEATHER IN AUSTRALASIA.

    The season in Victoria has assumed an unusual character. Instead of the pastures turning brown, as they commonly do early in November, they are likely to remain ...

    Article : 336 words
  5. THE DAIRY.

    To the butter-maker the bacteria of milk present a different aspect. To him they prove friends instead of enemies. After the cream is separated from the milk it ...

    Article : 1,696 words
  6. AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL.

    For the greater portion of the past week fine sunny days have ruled, and farmers could do very well with rain in moderation. The summer seems to be setting in ...

    Article : 1,466 words
  7. A COUNTRY EXCURSION.

    To the careworn man of business, to the clerk who is glued to the office stool week in and week out, to the fagged pressman— to all, in fact, whose avocations necessitate ...

    Article : 1,224 words
  8. THE GARDEN AND ORCHARD.

    Producers must not be dismayed at the bogie of "Where shall we dispose of ours produce ?" Had the Australian squatters listened to him they would have given up ...

    Article : 1,006 words
  9. SACRED HARMONIC SOCIETY.

    Your correspondent H.B. in his interesting reminiscences last Saturday desired to know something more of the above society. As its secretary from start to finish ...

    Article : 281 words
  10. SCOTTSDALE.

    A peculiar affair occurred here on Tuesday evening. While people were passing along Eleaner-street on their way from the railway, they heard someone shouting as ...

    Article : 401 words
  11. COUNTRY INTELLIGENCE.

    The death-knell of the unfortunate Tasmanian Co-operative Timber Company Limited has been sounded, and what may be regarded as the grand finale was ...

    Article : 501 words
  12. "HOW SHALL WE DECIDE THIS QUESTION?"

    Now, which is the worse—to have no appetite for your dinner, or to have no dinner for your appetite? There are lots of people on the one side ...

    Article : 800 words
  13. ULVERSTONE.

    Visitors to Ulverstone cannot fail to observe the numerous improvements effected in the roads and footpaths of this popular watering place. There is now a ...

    Article : 440 words
  14. WARATAH.

    The fine weather has set in exceptionally early, and already we have had such a spell of it that the cry is "water." We could do with several days' steady down ...

    Article : 212 words
  15. "THE WORLD IS FULL

    Of trouble," said the preacher. Quite right, brother ; but you failed to add that a great portion of this trouble, which comes in the form of rheumatic and neuralgic pains, could be easily ...

    Article : 284 words
  16. THE ORCHARDIST.

    I am constantly having brought under my notice cases of trees of different kinds dying without any assignable cause. Of course there must be some cause, but this ...

    Article : 830 words
  17. TOWN BOARD.

    The usual fortnightly meeting of the Town Board was held on Thursday, when all the members were present. The Town Surveyor reported that he ...

    Article : 190 words
  18. RAILTON.

    A coffee supper was held last night in aid of the funds of the Wesleyan Church There was but a moderate attendance, though an excellent programme was ...

    Article : 77 words
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