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  2. Harvest Prospects for Wimmera

    The following reports of crop prospects in the Wimmera have been furnished by our district correspondents. KALKEE ...

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    The crops in this district are generally very good. Some of the wheat crops should go about 35 bushels, but an average of 27 bushels for wheat ...

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    As touring this district, one cannot help but admire the fine upstanding crops of wheat, fence high, and the nodding seas of oats, which are to be ...

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  5. DOOEN.

    The crops at present look splendid. The long stretch of dry weather after sowing made farmers bit anxious, but the heavy rains since have proved very ...

    Article : 123 words
  6. Social

    A very interesting wedding took place at St. Mary's R.C. Church, Martoa, at 10.30 a.m. on Wednesday; 19th ult., when Mary, second daughter of ...

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    The annual report from .this centre for 1924 is of a very satisfactory nature. Whilst the acreage under crops is rather under the average, the acreage ...

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    The wheat crops in this district are looking well at present. Owing to the continuous cold and showery weather the heads are well filled, and I estimate ...

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  9. WAL WAL.

    This is one of the best seasons for some years for both grazier and farmer. Grass is plentiful, and all stock are in good condition. Crops are good. Mostly. ...

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  10. Obituary

    The death occurred on Friday of Mr. Pictro Pola at the residence of his granddaughter, Mrs. L. Neale, Wilson street. The deceased, who was 87 ...

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    Crops about here are good this year, especially oat crops. Most of them will be cut for hay and will cut about 1½ tons per acre, and that harvested will ...

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    The past season has been one of the best experienced for many years both from a pastoral and agricultural point of view. The moist summer of 1923-24 ...

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  13. WAIL.

    The prospects of a bountiful harvest in this district are very promising at present. and if nothing occurs to upset this calculation in the meantime the ...

    Article : 217 words
  14. Collingwood Mission

    "Perambulators are a better asset than motor cars to a nation," declared Rev. (Geo. Wong on Sunday night in the Horsham Methodist Jubilee School ...

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    Prospects for this season are very bright indeed. Owing to the mild winter and late spring rains there has been a great growth of wheat, oats and ...

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  16. LUBECK.

    This district never looked better both for grazier and cultivator. The late rains improved the late-sown crops, which will more than compensate the ...

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    The prospects for the coming harvest arc very fair as far as this district is concerned, and given favorable weather from now on should be much ...

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    The crops in this district this season are good on account of the mild dry winter, which suits this district. The acreage sown with oats is not as large ...

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  19. WEST WAIL.

    The wheat crops in this district are on he whole very promising. Some are very good. but again there are some much poorer. In one or two of the ...

    Article : 102 words
  20. NHILL.

    The season's prospects, both from an agriculturist's and grazier's point of view is. to date, the most promising in the history of the Western Wimmera, ...

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    Since the unprecedented rainfall for this month the oat crops prospects have altered considerably. Some paddocks that looked a picture in October are ...

    Article : 169 words
  22. AUBREY.

    This district will have about an average wheat crop. Too much moisture this spring will affect the yield, and flag rust, dead heads, etc., will ...

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    Harvest operations are becoming general in this district, and most farmers are busy bay cutting. The season is late this year owing to the unusually heavy ...

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    The wheat crop hereabouts promises to be a first class one. A few people think it will be a record, but they only look over the fence. I know of ...

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  25. CARCHAP.

    Hay cutting is now commenced, and very different the crops are this year compared to last year. Farmers will have an ample supply to cut for their ...

    Article : 94 words
  26. JUNG.

    Hay cutting is now general and farmers are having some difficulty in the work on account of portions of the land being so wet. In some instances ...

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    The crops in this part. of the district are on the whole, superior to the average year. Although the dry winter caused apprehension to many farmers, ...

    Article : 122 words
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    The crops throughout the district are not quite up to the usual average, but odd good ones are to be seen The oats are a long way the best and for hay ...

    Article : 87 words
  30. WARTOOK.

    The season has been very favorable for crops in this district, but now that they are ready to cut the land has been so saturated with rain that it is ...

    Article : 101 words
  31. NATIMUK.

    It is generally anticipated that, as far as this district is concerned, the coming harvest will be one of the most bountiful for some years. In regard to ...

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    In this district there are about 1100 acres. Of this wheat has about 270 acres, and oats about 830. About 700 acres will be cut for bay, and about 100 ...

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  33. HARROW.

    The crop prospects of this district this season are very good. The oat Crops, in all about 600 acres, will average rage from 2 tons per acre to 1½ tons. ...

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    Owing to the continued rain, accompanied by much wind, it is not easy to say what percentage of the crops will be permanently damaged. About ...

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    It is with pleasure I am again able to report that the prospects for this district as regards wheat have never been better. Although yields have ...

    Article : 472 words

    Writing in the "Australasian'' on the prospects for the State, ''Hickory'' says :—Every practical man will understand that an estimate of the probable ...

    Article : 359 words
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