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  2. BUTTER FACTORIES

    At a meeting of the council of the Cooperative Butter and Cheese Factories Association yesterday, Mr. W. Barton (Coleraine) was elected president, and ...

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  3. APPLES AND PEARS Medium Crops Expected

    Later information from various districts appears to confirm the previous forecast of a medium crop of apples and pears, states a report issued yesterday by the ...

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  4. WOOL TRADE MELBOURNE SALES

    Another very satisfactory clearance was made at the wool auctions in Melbourne yesterday. No changes were recorded compared with the improved rates on ...

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  5. BALLARAT AND DISTRICT

    There was a large and representative gathering of the Ballarat legal profession at the Supreme Court on Tuesday to welcome Mr. Justice Gavan Duffy on his first ...

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  6. DELEGATION TO THE EAST PRELIMINARY DISCUSSION

    Suggestions that a special diplomatic delegation, led by a Federal Minister, should be sent from Australia to Japan, china, and other Eastern countries, were ...

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  7. FLOODS AT KERANG

    KERANG, Tuesday.—The Loddon River flood waters at Kerang are causing great anxiety. The main levee protecting the town on the west is still holding well, ...

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  8. COUNTRY PAGE WHEAT POOL

    The chairman of directors or the victorian Wheatgrowers' Corporation Limited (Mr. H. W. Pickering) announced yesterday that the first advance upon wheat ...

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  9. LOW-GRADE CREAM

    TRAFALGAR, Tuesday.—The Narracan Shire Council has decided to apply to have the district registered as a milk area, which means the appointment of a ...

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  10. MILLER HOMES

    EUROA, Tuesday.—The four brick cottages erected by the trustees of the Alexander Miller estate as homes for the aged and indigent were officially opened to-day ...

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  11. Wheat Deliveries at Finley

    FINLEY (N.S.W.), Tuesday.—Wheat deliveries to the Finley railway station this season amount to 4,942 bags. Deliveries for the corresponding period of last year ...

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  12. Trade Commissioners

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Numerous applications have been received by the Commonwealth Government for the positions of trade commissioneis in New ...

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  13. Chilled Meat Shipment

    The Otranto, which left Melbourne on October 31, carried a trial shipment of chilled meat in two special chambers, one of which contained carbon dioxide. ...

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  14. "Wheatgrowers on the Dole"

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Speaking at Wingham to-day, the leader of the Federal Country party (Dr. Page) said that just before the House of Representatives rose ...

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  15. Onion-growers Want Federal Subsidy

    Assistance for the export trade in onions was asked for by a deputation of growers which waited on the Minister for Customs (Lieut.-Colonel White) yesterday. ...

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  16. CATERPILLAR PLAGUE Damage at Leongatha

    LEONGATHA, Tuesday.—Although the temporary hot weather of last week-end caused a slowing-up in their advance, caterpillars are numerous throughout most ...

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  17. STEER-RIDING CONTESTS

    Toward the end of a meeting of the council of the Royal Agricultural Society, held at Temple Court, Collins street, yesterday, Mr. Duncan McLennan (Geelong) ...

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  18. HARM BY LATE SHIPMENTS

    To avoid a repetition of the serious slump in prices for Australian fruit in the London market last year, a greater degree of co-operation among fruitgrowers ...

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  19. CHILD DROWNED IN TUB

    BARHAM (N.S.W.), Tuesday.—Yvonne Arrol, aged 19 months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Arrol, of Barham, was playing near a tub which contained about 5in. ...

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  20. THE WHEAT BOUNTY

    Sir,—Early last week growers were notified that green beans were practically unsaleable. So far comparatively few crops have been heavily picked, and very ...

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  21. Poisoning at Maffra

    MAFFRA, Tuesday.—Caterpillars, after devouring oat crops, have attacked maize and millet. Farmers are laying a mixture of molasses, bran. and Paris green in an ...

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  22. Advertising

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  23. Crossing Highway

    COLAC, Tuesday.—Farmers in the Colac district are harvesting the oat crops, in some instances working on Sundays to cut the oats owing to the prevalence of ...

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  24. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT

    A report submitted to the board of management of the Bendigo Benevolent Asylum showed that the daily average of inmates for the month was 140. To ...

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  25. SEA LAKE TROLLEY MISHAP

    SEA LAKE, Tuesday.—An inquiry was held by Mr. W. Gregson, J. P., deputy coroner, assisted by Mr. Meeham, P.M., into the deaths of Ernest R. Neville and ...

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  26. BOY DIES AFTER FALL

    GEELONG, Tuesday.—Leigh Phillip Berridge, aged 12 years, schoolboy, of Bourke crescent, East Geelong, was playing in a schoolground this afternoon ...

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  27. RURAL REHABILITATION

    In a joint statement issued yesterday on behalf of the Primary Producers' Restoration League, the president (Mr. Gorman, K.C.) and manager (Mr. A. S. ...

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  28. COROWA CROP COMPETITION

    COROWA (N.S.W.), Tuesday.—The crop competition held under the auspices of the Balldale Agricultural Bureau was won by C. C. Howard, with a crop of ...

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  29. Dominion Meat imports

    Although it is now fairly certain that Great Britain will try to restrict further meat imports from the Dominions after June 30, direct suggestions have not ...

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  30. News from Cities and Towns

    Wallace Weatherhead, aged 35 years, labourer, of Harris street, South Warrnambool, pleaded guilty before Judge williams in the General Sessions on Tuesday to three ...

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  31. GEELONG AND DISTRICT

    Owing to the large amount of wool which is yearly being dealt with in Geelong as a wool-selling centre, the woolbrokers are finding it difficult to provide ...

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  32. SHEEP-STEALING

    Sir,—Most graziers will be gratified by the action taken by the Graizers' Association to have sheep-stealers brought to book. It is obvious, however, that all ...

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  33. Wheat Markets Shipments to China

    In view of Canadian advices, the upward movement in cargoes of Manitoba wheat continues; new crop Australian wheat, in view of the freer offers ...

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  34. ARARAT

    A leak has been discovered in the bank of the Oliver's Gully reservoir which was recently raised at a cost of about £8,000. Mr. W. Nicholson, after five years on the ...

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  35. Chicago Prices Steady

    Wheat futures are quoted:—December delivery, 85? cents (3/6¾) a bushel; May, 87? cents (3/7¾); July, 85¾ cents (3/6?, The cash price of No. 2 hard winter wheat ...

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  36. RIVERINA

    When he dived into the Murray River at t Norieul Park, Albury, Henry Skafte, a young man from Newcastle, struck a snag and gashed his stomach and left arm. His wounds were ...

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  37. COLAC GENERAL SESSIONS

    COLAC, Tuesday.—Before Judge Poster at the Colac Court of General Sessions, John McKay, a middle-aged man, was charged with having at Apollo Bay on November 26, 1932, ...

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  38. KEEN BIDDING IN SYDNEY

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Selling at 37½d., seven bales of Plumthorpe (Barraba), established a fresh Australian record for greasy merino this season at the Sydney ...

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  39. OTHER DISTRICTS

    BEALIBA.—Mr. S. Proctor was holding a horse when the animal reared and coming down it struck, his head and shoulders, tearing the ligaments and fracturing one of his ...

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  40. THE TOBACCO SURPLUS

    Sir,—The Federal Government has made arrangements to assist the wheatgrower. This certainly is a move in the right direction. The method of financing ...

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  41. RAIN IN THE COUNTRY

    ALBURY (N.S.W.).—Heavy showers Tuesday afternon will not improve matters for harvesting. BALRANALD (N.S.W.).—Rains over town and ...

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  42. Good Sales in New Zealand

    CHRISTCHURCH (N.Z.), Tuesday.—At the wool sales 25,000 bales were offered. Opening prices were nearly double those of December. Bellies and pieces increased in price ...

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  43. Wool Tops Market Firm

    The tone of the market for wool tops at Bradford is firmer, especially for crossbred tops. ...

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  44. CHRISTCHURCH SALES

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Tuesday.—Ninety, per cent. of the 25,000 bales offered at Christchurch wool sales to-day were sold. There was keen competition and prices generally were ...

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  45. EGG-LAYING COMPETITIONS

    Leading scores for 252 days:—Australorps, singles; J. A. Naylor, 217-201; K. Barren, 199-180; R. Michell, 192-187; R. Gray, 188, 183; J. Roach, 1[?]3. Australorp, trios; J. A. Naylor, [?]86; K. Barren, 537; ...

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