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2 noelwoodhouse 3,873,016
3 NeilHamilton 3,413,302
4 DonnaTelfer 3,239,980
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1 JohnWarren 5,740,178
2 noelwoodhouse 3,873,016
3 NeilHamilton 3,413,173
4 DonnaTelfer 3,239,959
5 Rhonda.M 3,049,769
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First flight (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 22 September 1964 [Issue No.10,957] page 5 2019-08-02 11:41 the nation in only 90 min- ■
the nation in only 90 min-
First flight (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 22 September 1964 [Issue No.10,957] page 5 2019-08-02 11:41 Tirst flight
PALMDALE C a 1 i -
America's ~ revolu ti o n a r y ;
XB70" six-jet plane, the fore-;
runner of future supersonic ]
airliners which will cross'
the nation in' only'90 min- ■
utcs, is scheduled to make J
its long - awaited maiden *
' flight today. _
First flight
PALMDALE Cali-
XB70 six-jet plane, the fore-
runner of future supersonic
airliners which will cross
the nation in only 90 min- ■
utes, is scheduled to make
its long - awaited maiden
flight today.
PIONEERS' FIRST FLIGHT. BRISBANE. Monday (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 22 July 1930 [Issue No.28,875] page 6 2019-07-27 17:15 I PIONEERS* FIRST FLIGHT.
Ten Queeasiand pioneers, whose ages ranged |
from 74 to F5 years, and aggregated 312»
were thrilled by then first aerial Sight on '
Saturday aitemc^n c the mcncplane South- i
em Star. Three women and se-en mee com-
prised the party z member oi which was i
ex-Senator Glasse-. The is ES years of age. I
The Sigh: covered SO mCes at a st>eed cf
100 miles an hour, and at its conclusion the |
PIONEERS' FIRST FLIGHT.
Ten Queensland pioneers, whose ages ranged
from 74 to 86 years, and aggregated 812,
were thrilled by their first serial flight on
Saturday afternoon in the monoplane South-
ern Star. Three women and seven men com-
prised the party, a member of which was
ex-Senator Glassey, who is 86 years of age.
The flight covered 80 miles at a speed of
100 miles an hour, and at its conclusion the
fear.
GOLF. (Article), Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954), Wednesday 22 June 1910 [Issue No.4838] page 3 2019-07-22 22:29
GOLF. (Article), Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954), Wednesday 22 June 1910 [Issue No.4838] page 3 2019-07-22 22:26 A goll' watch h'as Ijoch arranged be
tween tile Mount Gambler ami I'enola
Golf Clubs, to take plncc at l'onola next
Monday. .Jtine 27th. Eight pcnllcm.;n
anil three ladies on either side will take
Wirt in the match. Members of llw
Mount Gambler Cluh are invited to
niafco the trip, .and those \v!io inler.tt <!.>
ing so arc requested to send |i ? their
names to' the secretary (Mr. H. M. Itay
utoiitf) as soon us possible.
It h«s been proposed to send a team
Compete in a round of mutclics.
A golf match has been arranged be-
tween the Mount Gambler and Penola
Golf Clubs, to take place at Penola next
Monday, June 27th. Eight gentlemen
and three ladies on either side will take
part in the match. Members of the
Mount Gambier Club are invited to
make the trip, and those who intend do-
ing so are requested to send their
names to the secretary ( Mr. H. M. Ray-
mond) as soon as possible.
It has been proposed to send a team
compete in a round of matches.
PINEAPPLE DISEASE. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Friday 19 June 1903 [Issue No.14,175] page 4 2019-07-19 22:10 I VINCVPP^E DISEASi:.
if the growers would combine and ask
PINEAPPLE DISEASE
If the growers would combine and ask
AGRICULTURE. STORING POTATOES. (Article), The South Eastern Times (Millicent, SA : 1906 - 1954), Tuesday 31 May 1927 [Issue No.2107] page 1 2019-07-19 22:07 b
t
w
d
farmers who are "ireful to sen I out
well-graded parcels are invariably repaid
for their trouble. In his bulletin
Victorian; -government potato expert,
says that'to expedite the work of grading
potatoes into various sizes, and
been invented and placed on the market,
in. order that the tedious and
-expensive operation of hand picking
'are fairly efficient vliere a nice clean
parcel has to be dealt with, it is doubtful
whether they are more, effective
or economical 'in assisting the dressing
of" potatoes for market than handoperated
riddles, and they are certainly
more expensive at the outset. Hand
adopted by any one-growing even a
.(according to the state of the potatoes)
. grade and bag from 10 to 15
itons a day from bulk. The manner of
the pile into the riddle, using a bluntedged-
thick-wire shovel to prevent
cutting the tubers on the uneven bottom
of the pit; the second man receives
the potatoes on the riddle in
by holding the riddle forward and retreating
it a.s the potatoes are received
gpntle shake of the riddle the tubers
are spread over it - evenly, and the
^well open at the mouth by the third
into a small-mesh riddle with , a rim of
a ...larger diameter than that on which
the-.prime tubers are graded, or into
sufficiently wide 'apart to allow dirt
taken and siorod for fiW purposes.
w
farmers who are careful to send out
well-graded parcels are invariably re-
paid for their trouble. In his bulletin
Victorian government potato expert,
says that to expedite the work of grad-
ing potatoes into various sizes, and
been invented and placed on the mar-
ket in order that the tedious and
expensive operation of hand picking
are fairly efficient where a nice clean
parcel has to be dealt with, it is doubt-
ful whether they are more effective
or economical in assisting the dressing
of potatoes for market than hand-
operated riddles, and they are certain-
ly more expensive at the outset. Hand
adopted by any one growing even a
(according to the state of the pota-
toes) grade and bag from 10 to 15
tons a day from bulk. The manner of
the pile into the riddle, using a blunt-
edged thick-wire shovel to prevent
cutting the tubers on the uneven bot-
tom of the pit; the second man re-
ceives the potatoes on the riddle in
by holding the riddle forward and re-
treating it as the potatoes are received
gentle shake of the riddle the tubers
are spread over it evenly, and the
well open at the mouth by the third
into a small mesh riddle with a rim of
a larger diameter than that on which
the.prime tubers are graded, or into
sufficiently wide apart to allow dirt
taken and stored for feed purposes.
AGRICULTURE. STORING POTATOES. (Article), The South Eastern Times (Millicent, SA : 1906 - 1954), Tuesday 31 May 1927 [Issue No.2107] page 1 2019-07-19 21:58 soiled, potatoes milsc l>e thoroughly
ripened before being lifted, and generally
speaking this state of (lit tops
or haulm$ £orm§ a reliable indication
long" as the tops remain green the
tubers have not reached maturity! but
when the toliage has withered ; di>wn,
gradually and in a normal manner. It
If possible during a period of. fin?,
spade for liggin^ poiaioas, and !t
ground in an upright position a reasonable
1 distance away from the stem
of the plantT so as to be clear of the
tubers. Pu.shing""in "the fork close to
the stems is certain to cause considerable
damage through the tines piercing
the tubers. . Potatoes can be
essential being ample protection against
frost, while the tubers must
disadvantage to allow potatoes intended
for eating to be on the ground for
and put on one side; In eases where
tubers ^je to be stored in an outhouse,"
wall's with a good layer of straw to
layer of similar 'material over the heap
of -potatoes, is also necessary.
It is not always practicable to provide
outhouse "accommodation for
clamp'should, be formed in the open
air. For a reasonable auiuber. of potatoes
a conical clamp is the best, but
for a large .quantity the ridge-shaped
clamp "Is usually adopted. A piece of
entrancivto the field should be s a )ecte-i,
£.ud the tubers be armnee l i.i
the base being sufficient for a conical
clamp, while a good average width
for a ridge-shaped clamp is .4 ft. across
the-base. After arranging the tubers
witiTlt layer of straw about G in. thick,
over which a layer of earth abbiit 8 in.
severe and frosty weather
these openings must be.. closed up.
The -earth for placing over the straw
hould be obtained by forming a trench
ound the clamp, and this will help
^
t
b
I
t
sound, potatoes must be thoroughly
ripened before being lifted, and gener-
ally speaking the state of the tops
or haulms forms a reliable indication
long as the tops remain green the
tubers have not reached maturity, but
when the foliage has withered down
gradually and in a normal manner it
if possible during a period of fine,
spade for digging potatoes, and it
ground in an upright position a reas-
onable distance away from the stem
of the plant, so as to be clear of the
tubers. Pushing in the fork close to
the stems is certain to cause consider-
able damage through the tines pierc-
ing the tubers. Potatoes can be
essential being ample protection ag-
ainst frost, while the tubers must
disadvantage to allow potatoes intend-
ed for eating to be on the ground for
and put on one side. In cases where
tubers are to be stored in an outhouse,
walls with a good layer of straw to
layer of similar material over the heap
of potatoes is also necessary.
It is not always practicable to pro-
vide outhouse accommodation for
clamp should be formed in the open
air. For a reasonable number of pota-
toes a conical clamp is the best, but
for a large quantity the ridge-shaped
clamp is usually adopted. A piece of
entrance to the field should be select-
ed, and the tubers be arranged in
the base being sufficient for a coni-
cal clamp, while a good average width
for a ridge-shaped clamp is 4 ft. across
the base. After arranging the tubers
with a layer of straw about 6 in. thick,
over which a layer of earth about 8 in.
during severe and frosty weather
these openings must be closed up.
The earth for placing over the straw
should be obtained by forming a trench
round the clamp, and this will help



PINEAPPLE DISEASE. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Friday 19 June 1903 [Issue No.14,175] page 4 2019-07-15 23:48 " Courier," calling attention to rae pine-
of- surplus crops in pulp or otherwise :
if the growers would combine aud ask
where mc said disease appears, then r.o
doubt we should know what manures io
apply lo the worn-out soils. Regarding
Robert Harper and Co., of this city, rro
" Courier," calling attention to the pine-
of surplus crops in pulp or otherwise :
if the growers would combine and ask
where the said disease appears, then no
doubt we should know what manures to
apply to the worn-out soils. Regarding
Robert Harper and Co., of this city, are
AGRICULTURE. POTATOES FOR PLANTING. (Article), The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939), Monday 31 January 1921 [Issue No.15,554] page 2 2019-07-15 23:32 a large quantity of maize or what in
a large quantity of maize or wheat in

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