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PAYABLE PRODUCTS. LECTURE BY MR. J. KNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894

PAYABLE PRODUCTS. LECTURE BY A"I. .1. KNIGHI'T. T'he following extracts fromn Mr *Josepih Knight's lectures onf fibre plants should be of local interest. It, shows that both New Zealand Flax and the Riniee or Rlhen plahnts can e well grown in tihe Goulburn Valley. "Lt is usual on such occasions aIs this to make all sorts of apologies for forth comling defects, but I do not care to follow this line, as I have not, comle for warb to air mIIy elouquence, hit just to say a few words on a subject; wicl,~I think Inay hie'of sonimeiterest to ily fellow agriculturists. 1 mn11 iunder the impression Sir, tlhat the best place to meet tie agri culturist or orclhardist, is in the field or orchard, where object lessons lmay he given, and 1 have always found it easier to follow these thlln to follow such as are given on the platform. Bult as it is not praeticnble to follow individuals through the various stages of developiment, under the conditions, as the object is to dis secmintlte a few plain f...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894

([DSBOUWI, 5 HORT & CO. Ld WOOL, GRAIN AND "?ODUCE BROKERS, MELBOUOiNE, SYiN::u Y & LONDON. :EvmG.urx-v A;.A E k i31 B ASL.Lmma OF GRAIN, SHEEP-AND FURRED,·.SKIpS, HIDES, TALLOW and OTHER 'PROdiOEC held throughout the year. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on coiu?ng Clip or op coiisignmenft in store. ALL PROCEEDS OF SALES placed to a SEPARATE TRUST ACOOOUNT, from which payments are made to con ig) r. 1. RETURNS RENDERED PROMPTLY. : EVERY CONSIGNMENT, largo or small, receives the same.caretul attention. JNO. S. HORSFALL, -Adviser. A. MoD:"COOPER, General'MIanagsr' GEO. GIBBINS", '0:'S Patent'? PLOUGH \Was ummmnuIosly awarded First Prize against, AllComers, and the only Medali awarded by the Royal Agricultural Society to any colonial nmanumfacturer amongst the numergus vommptilorae atthis tri al:;- - GEO. 'G?BBIN . &. COS?;Folotseray;,· Melbourne. GAR~ CHRYSTAS Thbsn pllioughs are constructed on the neweist nd, best., mechanical principles cnusurmn Ig the itomnst st...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROMANCE AND ADVENTURE. (COPYRIGHT.) COLLEGE JACK. A REMARKABLE, YET TRUE STORY OF THE Penal Records of Yan Dieman's Land. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894

SROMACEAND ADVENTURE. ' .(COPYRIGHT.) COLL'EGE 'JACK. A REMARKABLE,, YET TRUE STORY OF TltE Penal Records of Yan Diomnli's Land. B?' CPI1dILI.N L6'I~E. CHAPTER I. "Never' mind mc, 'Mary. Watch that wind6'w and.if you.see the least shadow firi: "The rifle there is loaded. Hand it to'ie mand I'll try if I can do anything." The speaker wore a rugged-looking grey beard: and as he.lay on the floor of a small room, with his head resting on a pillow, 'it was evilents he was severely wtidnded. The onmilous stains which misrked'ihe'floor and the .white, drawn fac 'of 'the namn: told but too eloquently its tale.! A small oil-lamp; carefully shaded, cast a faint glimmuner "aronl, and 'occa sionally it flickered 'o'n the lace of the prostrate mnan. The person ad dressed was a young girl not more than sixteen or seventeen years of age. Her face wias homely-not to say plain; but as she stodd hItween her father and a small aperture less than a, foot square grasping a gun, there was some thing hero...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894

S-RAILTON & COS' -I FINE SEEDS. 3 .ESTABLISHED 26 YEARS. Forwarded free by post. :- Assorted Flower Seeds included Gratis with all Postal Orders over ts: Beet per oz. 0 6Lettuce per. oz. 0 . Carrot ,, 0 OOnon ,, 0 it Cabbage ,, 0 Parsnip ; 0 Cauliflower,, 2 0jRhumrb ,, 1 0 Cress ,, 0 3lfdish ,, 0 4 Celery ,, . .. O Turnip ,, 4 Cucumber, Melon, Tomato and Pumkin, fid. per packet. . HEDCES-AFRICAN BOX THORN. Best Hedge ever introduced, Is. per on. IE FLOWER SEEDS, * 12 Packets for Is. SEED POTA rOES ! SEED POTATOES! BEST VARIETIES, In small or large quantities at Lowest Ratetos. Early Rose, Early Vermonts, etc., etc. New Early Amber Sugar Cane and All "Forage Plant Seeds I ; AT -LOWEST RATES. - NEW LUCERNE SEED. Hungaria~ "Lucerne ! Special quotations for large quantities. Rape Seed ! Rape Seed! ESSEX RAPE SEED. Imported by us direct from the grower. Price, 'per wt. or ton, on application. SUGAR BEET SEED, Imported dircet from France and Germany. GRASSES AND CLOVERS. Prime Gra...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POPE'S APPEAL FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894

THE POPE'S APPEAL FOR CHRIS TIAN'- UNITY. (FROM THIIE FRIRMAN'S OURNAt,) We present to our readers the first instahnlment of a: careful translation of the Enyclircal, Pr.eclua'ra OGrtultiinfix, which his holiness, Leo XITII., has addressed "to the rulers and Iteople of the world." T'he document is en.inently worthy of perusal by everybody, Catholic and non'-Catholic. So mixions was his Holiness that the "phraseology of the Encyclical should properly convey the appeal he made from his heart to those outside the church that he 'devoted un usual care to its composition, and a reliable authority states that he recast it no less thant'eight times. After thle Encvylical'had been printed and trans Ilted-into various laIngages, his lioli ness made additional emendlations, and he himself revised the French translation, which was execunted by a Dominican Father. 'I'o 'reIT RUI.tIRS AND PitOi'ilR OF' TIlE \'oltli., . GRnuETING AND PJ:ACE IN TilE LORD. 'The notable expreeaiinls of public conzra...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TATURA CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894

TATURA& ;CHURCH OFI ENLAND. A meeting of. the Board of Guardians of the above church was held on 'Thurs day?evening,-the' l6th inst. 'The' Rev. J.:: T. iBate 'presided,. and 'ther' uwere present Messrs 0. F. . Vaughan (sere tary). G..Reilly,: G. ColliveriJ. Colliver, G Matthews, and·'G. Colliver, Jnr. A letter was read-from-F.. F.Halk yard' iesigning his position-air treasurer, trustee anc gu~rdian of: the church as he had left the district,, He also expressed the hope that the. churcli might continue to flourish: The ?resignations were accepted and the secretary instructed to convey to Mr Halkyard' the regret of the meeting at the' loss of his services, 'and to thank ihiin for hisi labors on' be half of the church., ' ;?? i The yacancy, in, the, trusteeship was filled by the appointment of Mr George Colliver, whilst Mr Frank; Hoyle was elected a guardian, and. the: duties of treasurer added to Mr Vaughan. It was. decided to make some neededlim provements at the parsonage, a...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894

.lPurte-breld lydentale Stallion. (Itnportlol f otin New Ze.al:atd.) GENERAL SCRATCHLEY, IS a beautliful h't aiut-roen horse, amii wia bred by the l?Intirablt 1. Ilolmnes. llis sire, Young Bankir (i351 implorted) winellr of fir'at prize iL a yealliing at Johlnstone Shiowr in 1875, llld fourth prize at Itighliuad Society's Show, satne year. in 1S711 le gained ,ecoUd prize at (Glasgow, nllllI ifterwirisi gained firtit prize iln hi cliass at D n)i birton and IKilbride shows. \'ounl' i:uller wls never baten inll he S'olitliern Teuittisphleie. Grand slire, The Ilitker. gained first prize it the ITighIlctid Sciietv's Show. l,ilnburg'h ; first prize at leilfrewshire; first lprize at lishoptown : hinil lprize at: Maryhill, openi to all Scotlanld ; thi it priz: at ilaeigow olii dhow. anud fourth prize at the flighitiaI Society's Show, Sterling, as wel! :L the Moiray shire premiuml of LOU, aild the Ilutlditgtion ielmiumli of 150. Crie eral Silttchlly's daint, N?anie, wiiner of six first and t...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894

GENERAL NEWS. On page 6 stallion advertisements will be found. The HIon. Joseph Sternberg retires from the Legislative Council next month, but it is unlikely he will be opposed for the seat. The M[urchison Waterworks Trust ii vite tenders for the sale of pumping plant. Full particulars in our advertis ing columns. A case of assault is likely to cone before one of our local courts which will create some interest, as the. parties are two of our prominent residents, We desire to,direct;specialattenrtion fo an ativertisement of :t6 Rodneo Irri gation Tiist repeailing the regulation ninibered 9, for:the'graduated ratemade by the Trust under the Water Act 1890. This regulation will repeal the one pub lished in thes~i columns Ion the 25thi:bf last Misy, and which was found 'to be faulty. A new regulation will be made at the niext mdethig of.the Trust:; The Rodney Shire Council meet on Monday next. The election of president will take-place, and as Kyabranm is en titled to the honbor, it is ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894

C. A. MAC S CTI FRANKLYN STREET, MELBOURNE. A. WVHITTY, late of Shepparton, Murlchison, and Natlalia, begs to S , intimate to his old friends, and the general public of Tatura and district, that-he is proprietor of the above well-kowa IIotel, and can oilfe superior accommoilation td Country Visitors, at vwry reasonable terms. Convey: ances will meett'rains at ainy time on advice. The very best Brands of Wines and Spirit. only kept and visitors iwil always find no'efforts spared to ensure their comfort. CASEY ST., TATURA. First-Class Accommodation for Travellers. ----o--o- Wines, Ales, and Spirits of the best brands.. ........ U IT:I:§ IOTgL, TAT U RA. M. A. HARDIMAN, Proprietress. FIRST-CLASS ACCOtMMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS, Wines, Ales, & Spirits of the Best Brands. Underground Bar, fitted luxuriously. Billiards ! Billiards ! Billiards ! Billiards ! GOOD STABLING, WITH ATTENTIVE GROOM. CA? ,RuNs TO MEET ALL TRAINS. A CALL RESPEOTFOIL,. SOLOTEso. MAYGER'S 7ICTORIA eOTEL, BOURK...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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TOOLAMBA TEMPERANCE ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894

TOOLAMBA TEMPERANCE ENTER TAINMENT. Despite the very threatening aspect of the weather on Friday, 10th, about sixty people assembled at the Toolamba hall to hear the various numbers gone through. A programmne had been pre pared, but had to be altered as one half of the intending performers were unable to attend. Mr Pogue as usual occupied the chair, and the programme was as follows:-Opening hymn, "Shall we gather." Recitation, " The empty cradle," Miss Millie Pogue. Chorus by juvenile choir, "Answer them No." Choir, " Work Away." Mr Reed then gave a reading (which should have been very entertaining to the male portion of tlhe audience), telling what to do with the grapes instead of nmaking them into wine. Mr Donaldson kept the people amused with one of his popllar recita tions. Next,a dialogue by Miss M. Bitcon and Aggie Patterson, " For ex aniple's sake." Duet, ' No one cares for me," .Miss Teeso and Miss 1M. Anderson. This ended the first part of the programme, the choir singing "...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 31 August 1894

GWL 3BIUOVU , [EDU]MI TUCO. Ld. d WOOL, GRAIN AND P. ODUCE BROKERS, d MELBOURNE, SYDNI:Y & LONDON. II Rt" an R . AcQTr s ? a .z.mam o1 WOO L, e GRAIN, SHEEP AND .FURRED SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW e and OTHER PRODUCE held throughout the year. r LIDERAL CASH ADVANCES nade on enuing Clip or on consignmonto in store. I ALL PROCEEDS OF SALES placed toa SEPARATE TRUST ACCOUNT, fromn wlhich payments are made to 'consignors. t RETURNiS RENDERED PROMPTLY.. EVEPY CONSIGNMENT, largo or small, receives the same careful attention. JNO. S. HORSFALL, Adviser. A. McD. COOPER, General Manager GEO. GIBBINS & CO.'S Patent PLO U QR? \Vas unanimously awarded irst Prize against All Comers, and the only Medal awarded Iby the Royal Agricultural Society to, any colonial manufacturer amongst the unzerous co)mpl(titfo s at this trial. GEO. GIBBINS & CO0, Footscray, Melbourne. GARDE, CHRYSTAL'S 8, 4, 5, or 6 FURROWS. These ploughs a're constructed oin the newest and best mechanical principles...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 31 August 1894

SHACKELL, WHITE and Co., AUCTIONEERS, Land, Loan, Insurance, and General Commission Agents. TATURA, KYABRAM & ECHUCA HOLD REGULAR MONTHLY SALES OF STOCK AT TATURA oN TH.N THIRD THURSDAY, AND AT KYABRAM ON TIHE SECOND TUESDAY IN EACII MONTH. Farm Clearing Sales a Speciality - LOANS ON BROAD AORES. Promptly arranged with Economy, Secrecy and Despatch. Trust Moneys always available at Lowest Ruling Rates. Resident Tatura Agent--D. H. P. MITCHELL.. Insurances Effected on Buildings and Furniture at Lowest Rates. Money. Money. FAR MERS! don't pay 8 per cent., when you can get money and have it fixed for 3 or 5 years at 6 per cent. McBride, Martin & Co. (Office : PRIODUCE MARKET, SHEPPAnTON.) have any sum from £50 to £5000., Large sums 5,. We lenid up to two thirds of value if required. McBride Martin & Co., PnoDUCE AUCTION Rooirs, SHEPPARTON. BELL AND BEER, Bricklayers & Builders, MOOROOPNA. Orders left at Hogan's Hotel; Tatura, or F. M'Gregor's Hotel,' Moo...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW ERA. COWS AND CREAMERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 31 August 1894

THE NEW ERA. COWS ANID CREAMERIES. The establishment of creameries mark a new era in the dairying industry of Victoria. Prior to their advent every farmer who made butter for market played a lone hand, and he also had the extra labor and expense attendant on the old process. In too many cases, the agriculturist had but slight knowledge of 'dairy farming, and the inevitable result was b1id butter. Others again who made it ai study were able to pro duce the best article, which at that time commanded a g~oa d price ; b?t even this class munst have welcomed the enew systcli. ' ihe l stablishmenit of butter factories inl !:e metropolis meant dotting the country districts with. creameries, ,and. in the Goulburn -Valley the latter aro to be feund aut every convenient centre. " Individual buttlr making is now practically done away with, for the farmer sells his Icream at the local delSt and haIs no fmrther concern with it. By mneans of the Separator, which invention has revolutionised dairy...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOWINGS FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 31 August 1894

SOWINGS1 FORA PTEMBER. Plant agiiirill the leading vegetables. Frergh beans:.clcunllrs, melons, pump kins, vegetable marrows, custard squash, pickling' otiiois," o lery, beet. lucerne, sorghumn, -tsd--the like, should now be sown in. the openlt ul?,SW cll.ardy and half-hardy annuals in open.ground. . IRT IIOD':OF.,.O0WING.N,, 1 Soils ishould wibe:-Nell.!workedt before 'galden seed? ate sowh,v in d 4 ,1rsowing ,take placo at. once after tIlhowiorking. Small seeds reqni?e a very~light. iovering of soil ;_ the depth of icovering is to be regulated according to :the, size of the seed itself, and 'the quality of the soil, a hreater'deptlh 6fl covering being advis able inrllihtl or sinfavorably dry soil. :: Lucerne is one of tlhe most valuable fodtler plants, being very nutritiotus and producing enormonus crops." ITh good heavy soil four or five crops may be ob tained per annum.. Thougli the soil need not be extra richl; it should be a good depth, as Illcerne sends d6wn its tap roots with...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POPE'S APPEAL FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 31 August 1894

TiE POPE'S APPEAL FOR CHRIS TIAN UNIT'. [CONULUDUD., (FROM THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL) We give our readers to day the con clusion of the magnificent Encyclical recently issued by his Holiness Pope Leo XTII. TheEnglish translation, it may be remalked,'is the first ever given. to the world from the Propagainda Press.' This mark's what is 'in; some, sort a new departure on the part of the Holy See, and is a sign of the growing place which the English-speaking lands are takiing in the thoughts oif the rulersof the Church. It has long been cuistoiiary for the Vatican to issue official translations in French, and this' new recognition of the English tongue'may perhaps be accepted as a tribute to the deepening Catholicism of its peoples in 'Europe,. America, and Australia. To THR RULERS AND PEOPLES OF THE WOULD. To complete the harmony of this,most desired unity it remains for us to address all those throughoiut tlhe world, whose salvation has long been the object of our thoughts and watchful c...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NOVELIST. [COPYRIGHT.] TALMUD; A Strange Narrative of Central Australia. FOUNDED ON NATURAL FACTS, CHAPTER II. (Continued.) A CONTINENTAL TORRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 31 August 1894

T ..HE NOV ELIST.:ý.' [COPYRIoIT.] ' . TALMUTD; A Strange Narrative of Cen tral Australia. FOUNDED ON NATURAL FACTS, IVAN DEXTER. CHAP4 R II. . :(Continued.) A CoNTINEaRAL TORRENT. About noon/l on the.,, fourth day, after leavini;,?the edge of the stony desert, the explordrs suddenly canme out on a bend of thoij river, and then for the first tine, a eltrange sound like. the rushing of wind' ithroulh "a forest- fell upon their ear. . There ivas. only lhl slightest brCezo', bdowing, aind 'the few scattered clnniys of stunted tries ahead were not agitated in the least. " Than soiundsh like a storm coining up fron lthe '.est ," O'Halloran said. " There isn't a cloud on the sky. Perimps i hlio is' a waterfall along, this creek," rttiesir'd Striigways. "A wa'rfall? " broke in Stanley. " May be iti' the river in flood." :" Of courrje, of course. That's whal it must be.' I have been told that suich a sound as this accompanies these great floods inland," the leader said. " We hav.nt had a ch...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRYING FOR PERFUMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 31 August 1894

PRYING FOR PERFUMES. Cr C. W.Wilson does not regard the Board of Public 'Health in the light of a glorious in:itutioti. lcIdeed he appears to look upeo it as a corporate Paul Pry, which continuially;' thrusts itself into other people's business. Like other corporations it has neither a soul to be saved, iior a body to' be kicked. and lake ing advantage of this immunity, it lays itself out to aggravate unofferitdilig municipalities. Inspector Taylor--one of its mvyrniidoons-is a peranmbulating nuisance, who travels to find out the least odornus spots in this fair land oif Victoria.' The perfumes of wattle blossom or eucalyptus leaves Ihave no charm for this. wretched fellow. lHe loves to search back-yard gutters or, slaughter ipenis for forty.-horse power odours, warranted to smother a citizen of Cologne.' According to his own account, lie finds them, and then with base 'in gratitude; recouiinueds that people' be proseciited for accommodating hinm with what lie searches for. " Accord...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PAYABLE PRODUCTS. RAMEE OR RHEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 31 August 1894

PAYABLE. PRODUCTS. STIAMEE, OR RTIEA. -This 'mnosti'vlalile fibre plant was brought proumnently under the.niotice of tile Victorian farmers by the Secretary for Agriculture, Mr U. Martin, in: a paper publlished in the departmenit's '"Bulletin." in which full particulars are given of the value of this plant as a fibre producer. Large sums have been offered by :various governments for improved, ma chinery for treating this plant, anud many kinds are;now in use; soine "ofth'ein; giv ing good. reslt , Al ssrs Welsh, .Perrin .aiid' Co. ire agents for onenof these. The Kier machine is capalle oaf treating 5001bs of decorlicated fibre it one operation. and of being h llrgied twice a day, dealing elTect?ually wllth 10001bs of ribbings every 8 or 10 hlo'irs. CULTIvATION. .The planting and cultivation of rnamee or rhea resembles somewhat that of the raspberry, and t1 e plant is also similar in appearance and mlanLner of growth. The plants are set out in rows at con venient distances for worki...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISHORNING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 31 August 1894

DISHORNING CATTLE. Dr. D. L. Phares, who ocenpies ann important position in the Mississippi College and Experimnental Station, and is a practical farmer, has written an article on dishorning cattle, which mayc be suneiatrised thus : " There is no tlanger and not much pain in dishorning cattle, if the workl is skilfully and quickly Iperformed at the' ploper season of the year. and properlyI attended to until the healing process is complete. The cattle should he in good order and well feld. Several strong reasons are given why taltle shoal be dishtorned :-- First : Cattle hook and tormllenlt each other, mthi stronlger con stantly persecutilng the weak ; horns are usced as tormentolrs. not ulsl:all as protection. Strontg cattle with sharp horns are the tyrants anlld persecutors of week and hellless cattle in thle lie d, and dishorning mal;kes them peacetable and Ihirmless. Second : A great many molre cattle can he made comfortable in the samue area of pens and yartds without hIorns tha...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OLIVES IN NORTHERN PERSIA. (VICTORIAN DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BULLETIN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 31 August 1894

OLIVES IN NORTHERN PERSIA. (VICTORIAN DEPARTI '1 :NT OF AGtI CULTUIRE BULLETIN.) The following is an extract front re port of Consul-General at Teheran i- Travellers from Itesht to Tehleran cannot fail to notice the olive groves through which the post roadt runs be tween Rustenmabad and Mlanjeel, more especially when the village of Rudbar is traversed. The district where olives flourish naturally consists of 43 villages, which are situated on the confines of ,the pro vinces of Gilan, between Rustemabad on the. north, llanjeel on the south, Tarum on the west, and Italhmetabad on the east. This group of villages possesses from 80,000 to 100,000 trees, which yield on an average of years 1 to 1ý batman (6 to 9 lbs) of olives per tree per annum, It is necessary to strike this average yield in good and bad years, as the oliIt tree bears plentifully and the reverse in alternate years. Froml the above estimates it will be seen that if \e take tihe smallest amounts we shall have an average a...

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