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  2. THE IAN ON THE LAND.

    In agricultural methods and success few parts of the State have witnessed greater developments and prosperity during the past seven years than the northern end ...

    Article : 753 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 216 words
  4. NOTES AND QUERIES.

    From Sidney Malin, auctioneer, Port Adelaide:—"There is a great controversy about the price charged for rents just now. Our worthy Premier (Hon. J. Verran) ...

    Article : 413 words
  5. THE COUNTRY.

    PORT PIRIE, October 10.—The Rev. E. Bungey, who has been appointed to the charge of the Adelaide City Mission, loft this morning to outer upon his new duties. ...

    Article : 507 words
  6. LONDON GOSSIP.

    There is trouble in Battersea between Mr. John Burns and the local Liberal Association, which undertakes the resist ration and the canvassing of the constituency ...

    Article : 1,219 words
  7. AMUSEMENTS.

    Mr. Bert Gilbert's humorous impersonation of the nerve-racked Duke of Alasia, Mr. Herbert Clayton's King Alexis, Mr. Frank Greene's Captain Laski, Miss Olive ...

    Article : 1,269 words
  8. TAKE-ALL IN WHEAT.

    A Murray Bridge correspondent has written as follows on this subject:—"It is interesting to note the diversity of opinion among farmers in connection with the ...

    Article : 138 words
  9. DEPUTATIONS.

    On Monday afternoon the meeting for the District of Flinders waited on the Commissioner of Public Works (Mr. Verran) and presented a memorial from a ...

    Article : 995 words
  10. ROCKY RIVER BRIDGE.

    From Thos. Dunsford, Redhill:—"As a big landholder and taxpayer, I complain of the audacity of the Crystal Brook Council in anticipating a vote by an adjacent ...

    Article : 243 words
  11. TOBACCO GROWING IN NORTHERN TERRITORY.

    The Minister for the Northern Territory (Mr. Denny) has received from the Government Resident at Port Danwin (Mr. Justice Mitchell) advice of the success ...

    Article : 108 words
  12. MOUNT REMARKABLE SNOWCLAD.

    MELROSE, October 10.—Those who were up at sunrise this morning were rewarded by a wonderful sigh. Mount Remarkable covered in snow near the middle ...

    Article : 593 words
  13. RHUBARB.

    The Progenitor of the garden rhubarb is a Siberian plant, known botanically as Rheum rhaponticum, and it has been cultivated in British gardens since 1573. for ...

    Article : 598 words
  14. COUNTRY SHOWS.

    After 16 years the Hawker Royal Agricultural, Horticultural, and Floricultural Society resumed its. show on Thursday. The day was perfect, and about 1,500 ...

    Article : 1,434 words
  15. THE LIBERAL UNION.

    From the Hon. D. M. Charleston:—"Now that the Liberal Union is launched upon the high sea of universal suffrage, as indicated by the President's letter in The ...

    Article : 325 words
  16. STOCK MOVEMENTS.

    CHARLEVILLE, October 5.—Four hundred fat cattle, owned by Mr. Kidman, have left Norley for Bourke, to be railed to Sydney; 400 fat bullocks have left ...

    Article : 194 words
  17. THE SIZE OF WATTLE HARK BUNDLES.

    Now that most weights a lumper shall handle are decided for him, it is not surprising that an effort is being made (writes our Normanville correspondent) to limit the ...

    Article : 310 words
  18. FOOTBALL, UMPIRES.

    From "Disgusted":—"Port Adelaide has won the football premiership under the control of a Victorian. League umpire. What position do the supporters of the ...

    Article : 219 words
  19. CONTRACT SHEARING.

    Sir—I fail to understand what your correspondent "Coonatto" menus by the expression "above"' the Murrumbidgee. Such a term might mean anywhere, as the only ...

    Article : 1,253 words
  20. CARROT BAIT FOR RABBITS.

    MELBOURNE, October 11.—The use of strychnine on carrot bails as a poison for rabbits is reported to be proving remarkably successful in the country districts. ...

    Article : 113 words
  21. THE BRAEMER COUNTRY.

    A recently returned visitor from the Braemer and surrounding districts writes:— Truly a magnificent season is again being experienced by farmer and graziers ...

    Article : 157 words
  22. CAN WE MAKE GOLD?

    Alchemy is still a widely followed persuit. Modern alchemist are still industriously plodding in the footsteps of Hermes Trismagustus, Friar Bacon. Paracelsus. ...

    Article : 731 words
  23. UNEARNED INCREMENT IN LAND.

    From "Amused":—"Mr. j. H. Vaughnn, in writing upon this subject, concludes by saying—"We are willing to wipe that off the slate and let bygones be bygones." ...

    Article : 104 words
  24. GENERAL.

    The Thebirton Horticultural, Floricultural, and Industrial Society will hold its annual display on October 19. The exhibition promise to be most successful. A ...

    Article : 178 words
  25. VISIT TO TURRETFIELD.

    The Minuter of Agriculture (Hon. .J. P. Wilson) has arranged for a party, consisting of members of the Diarymen's Association, to visit the Turretheld State Dairy ...

    Article : 55 words
  26. MISCELLANEOUS.

    "Tartan":—Communicate with the Federal Department of Homo Affair, Melbourne, for information regarding New , Guinea. ...

    Article : 363 words
  27. SHEEP ON THE FARM.

    The wisdom of mixed tanning is steadily winning recognition. At the Farmer's Congress in Adelaide recently it was endorsed in an unmistakable fashion, for ...

    Article : 447 words
  28. CORRESPONDENCE.

    L. O'Reilly writes that Admiralty was first, not second, prize in the blood class at the Two Wells Show. ...

    Article : 22 words
  29. THE RURAL VOICE.

    BUGLE RANGES, October 8.—Wet and cold weather has been experienced here lately, and is seriously affecting most of the crops, which are backward and will cut ...

    Article : 973 words
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