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  2. Advertising

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  3. THE SCAB TROUBLE OF THE SIXTIES.

    Speaking to friends on Tuesday of his duties in the early days as Stock Inspector, Mr. H. T. Morris gave some of his experiences in that capacity. It will be ...

    Article : 274 words
  4. RURAL INDUSTRIES.

    BORDEKTOWN, December l.—The oldest resident" of the east of the Murray is the Ninety-mile Desert. Like many an­other "old resident" it has acquired ...

    Article : 636 words
  5. BUTTER AND RABBIT SHIPMENTS.

    MELBOURNE, December 4, — The Department for Agriculture has been advised by the Agent-General (Mr. Taverner) that the produce which arrived by the R.M.S. ...

    Article : 149 words
  6. NEW WHEAT.

    BLANCHETOWN, December 2.—The first sample of new wheat was brought here last. week. It was grown by Mr. C H. Rollach. near here, and was a ...

    Article : 312 words
  7. A TREMENDOUS STORM.

    STOCKWELL, December 2.—The weather of late has been fine and warm for haymaking, but last night a tremendous storm came up which did great damage to ...

    Article : 1,000 words
  8. THE WHEAT SEASON.

    WALLAROO. December 2—Considerable activity exists at the port in anticipation of a busy wheat season. For some months a cane of men have been encased repairing ...

    Article : 136 words
  9. MEXICAN CATTLE BRANDING.

    Preparations are being made in many ranches and haciendas in Mexico for the annual ceremony of the herradero, or branding of the new cattle which is a ...

    Article : 460 words
  10. IN THE HILLS GARDENS.

    FOREST RANGE, December 1.—The weather experienced during the last few weeks has been perfect so far as fruit setting is concerned. Growers have been ...

    Article : 582 words
  11. DISEASE IN WHEAT.

    ARDROSSAN, December 1.—A peculiar disease is affecting some crops in this neighbourhood. The oldest farmers have never seen it before and are a loss to ...

    Article : 88 words
  12. OUR WHEAT EXPORTS.

    PORT BROUGHTON, December 1.— Reaping will soon he general. Crops are up to expectations. The first consignment of this season's wheat was shipped to-day by ...

    Article : 77 words
  13. STOCK MOVEMENTS.

    BLANCHETOWN, December 2.—This place presented quite a busy appearance yesterday, particularly so at the ferry, when over 4.000 sheen were crossed. They were ...

    Article : 268 words
  14. QUEENSLAND STOCK NEWS.

    CHARLEVILLE, November 24.—The town is full of drovers, buyers, and drovers' men from all parts of Australia waiting anxiously for sufficient rain to enable ...

    Article : 133 words
  15. THROUGH MOUNT GAMBIER FARMS.

    MOUNT GAMBIER, November 30.— The members of the Mount Gambier branch of the Agricultural Bureau, to the member of made their annual tour ...

    Article : 1,168 words
  16. LION TIMBER MILLS PICNIC.

    The employes of the Lion Timber Mills held their annual picnic on Saturday at Long Gully, in the National Park, to which place they were conveyed in drags, accompanied by their wives. ...

    Article : 277 words
  17. PIGBREDING.

    KANGABLLLA, December 2.—Mr. J. Bowden. of this town, is the owner of a wonderfully prolific sow. On November 30, 1904. the animal had a litter of 17, on May ...

    Article : 84 words
  18. FOXES.

    MINTARO December 2.—Three or four young foxes were recently dug out of a hole on the Martindale Estate. Their captors —Messrs. Bulla, Hector, and ...

    Article : 170 words
  19. SEASON.

    AMYTON, November 25.—Reaping has began, and will be in full swing next week. Though the crops arc light the sample seems to be a fair one One already sent in weighed 664 to. ...

    Article : 1,058 words
  20. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

    I.O.O.F.—The initiatory staff of Prospect Lodge, No.29.visited Athenaeum Lodge, Gawler, on Saturday for the purpose of illustrating the initiatory ceremony in its entirety. This was successfully ...

    Article : 71 words
  21. NEW BUTTER-MAKING PROCESS.

    A committee of the Franklin Institute, of Philadelphia, has just made public its report on the Taylor process for making. It is recommended that Mr ...

    Article : 244 words
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