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THE EXTERMINATION OF WHITE ANTS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

THE EXTERMINATION OF WHITE ANTS R B.A. Southgate, of Garden Street, Benalla, who has been tucceesfully operating in the North Eastern and Benalla district for the" pant eight years,. announces that he' is prepared to eradicate succesesfully in any building. During his period in Benalla he has eradicated many hun dreds of homes in this district which have proved successful. At the recent Benalla Show, Mr Southgate had a very Interesting stand, displaying a neat of white ants of different species from various parts( of Victoria. Among the many Inter easted visitors to the stand was Cap tain Wllbraham, who was sooom panted by the Governor of' Vitore (Lord Huntingsleld).

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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MOST USEFUL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

MOST USEFUL Turpentine can be used In all sorts of ways. Here are some of them: Spirits of turpentine will restore the brilliancy to patent leather. Bags and boots rubbed with a rag molstenel with it look almost like new. A few drops in boxes and cupboards will keep moths away. If a few drops are added to starcb, it will prevent the Iron from stlcking. A flannel dipped in hot water. sprinkled with turpentine, and laid on the part affected will often relieve lumbago and rheumatism. - Turpentine mixed with beeswag makes a good floor pollash. A little added to the steeping water (a tablespoonful to a rallon) makes. clothes beautifully white.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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OBITUARY MR. FREDERICK PEARSON. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

OBITUARY + - -+ , .+ .: ,. . MR. FREDERICK PRiA ON; .:`'0 Following a serious operat)ion:* Sunday evening, the death took place at Epworth Private Hospital on Tues.. day evening last, of Mr Prederick Pearson, of Goorambat. East. De. ceased who, was 59 years of age, was born at Benalla, and was a son of the late Isaac and Mary Pearson .A few. years ago he was married to Mrs Ellsa. bethi-Bowden, who survives him. The lato Mr Pearson served in the late war with the A.I.F. He carried on farming pursuits at Goorambat all his life, and his many good qualties won for him many friends, who will regret to learn of his death. Other brothers and sisters of deceased are: Mary Jane (Benalla), Dorothy (Mrs Short, deceased), John, Joseph, Frank, and William (Benalla) and George (de ceased). The funeral was to the Benalla cemetery on Thursday after noon, the cortege leaving the real-' dence of his sister in Barkly Street. Fellow "diggers" formed a guard- of honor at the house and also at ,the cemet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

NOTICE ,TO BOTTLE DEALERS AND OTHERS 'ALL Dottles with' the trade murk and'brand, v:.'.t M.B over 0.V. n n spade moulded (M.8_ thereon are the ,OLEPROPERTYfHE lij.C.V) MAUFACTUIERS' BOTTLE COMPAIIY OF VICTORIA PRO PRIETARY LIMITLEDO rom w I c h Cnmpany they have been hired. and such bottles have behen delverted by such Compeny solely for the purpose of enabling the can tents to he used only once for retailing. consumtn or using ale or stout or other fermented or unfermented Iltunrs contained In such bottles. T'he bottler so hrndrd are not jold, ,and when the contets are once ueedthe bottles tmut Iforthwith on demandt be returned o slch Company r its,;duly lthlr Ited agents. T'he hottles mey nnothe destroyed or, dnmnged. or parted with, or In any wayy disposed ofl. ,and may not he Ited for lny buhthe foreegele puyepoee. The remunertiton received by Ageete. Collctors, etc., Is stmply ten allowance lar the cllectlon ted safe Scustody of the lottle,. . Dted the lat day qf Octeber. One t...

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METHODISTS MEET AT MYRTLEFORD [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

METHODISTS MEET :AT MYRTLEFORD AT the anmial . meeting of' the NorthEastern 'Methodist '-District Synod circuits represented weri. Wan garatta, Benalla, 'Euroa, Violet Town; Wodonga, • Myrtleford. '. Rut?herglen. Devenlsh, Yarrawonga,' :Wandiligong, and Cudgeowa. +. Tho Rev.;E.' E. Shackell was chair man, he Rev. L. .' Wilkinson :secre tary; "the, Re.1eJ '3W..; ?ade; ,letter wrlfer,' and the :Rev.' A.. J 'Mitchell, press reipor ter. • At. the' pastoral session,;le, was   revealed that the Rev. S. C. Beamons,. of Rutherglen, would be the, only minis ter seeking a new circuit appointment at the ensuing. cornference. The, Rev. S. Hartley, '6f, Yarrawonga, .was ad vanced a year In .his. probation;:: -It was decided to seek rearrange ment of boundaries ; of circults, and hom mission stations of 'Ruthergln, Wodonga,. Tallangatta 'and 'Yarra wonga.:'

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MISCELLANEOUS TO SURVEY THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

MISCELLANEOUS TO SURVEY THE WORLD. Destined tof a fifteen-year eruise 1t all accessible parts of the world, the. non.magnetic yacht Carnegie, recently launched In B;rooklyn, N.Y., is expected t. become a prominent figure ia the maritime hall of fame. Built for use in a magnetic survey of the earth, the Carnegie is expected to encounter experiences such as no other vessel has been through. She Swill wrestle, probably, with ice packs in the Arctic, and may meet terrile typhoons off the Asiatic coast. Her crew may shorten sail before the storm king of Cape Horn, and whistle for breezes in the sultry Bargasso Sea. F.ven In her construction the yacht differs from other vessels. No steel or iron hns entered Into her construction, except shabout 600 pounds necessary for certain parts of her machinery. She a ill he nearer all wood than any other modern craft afloat. It is because of the peculiar ehara@ ter of the work for which she is ln. tended that the vessel was built with. out, the use ...

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The Fallacy of One Day Matches Only One Game Reaches First Innings [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

The Fallacy of One Day Matches Only One Game Reaches first Innings Last Saturday's matches again demonstrated the fallacy of one day matches, only one game reaching a, first inning's decision. Of 21 matches played so far this season only nine have reached such a decision, 12 others being drawn. The system has very little to com mend it as a rule in competitive cricket, and at almost every ground one hears regrets that the system was again adopted this year. In many games only the first baetmen have a hand each Saturday, the lower players thus getting little match practice before the team closes its innings in the hope of being able to force a first inning's .Vic tory. For the good of cricket in Benalla it Is to be hoped that this,. will be the last year under such conditions, and that, in the future matches will be of two days' duration. INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES BATSMEN. Gorman (Osokle College), 64. K. Pitman (Methodists), 63. B. Boyd (Diggers), 60 n.o. S. Dosser (Baddaginnie), 60. A...

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

TENNIS 'Competition; mathes In the Benalla and District Association commenced on Saturday last.' when some Inter esting contests were decided. Re suits:- ' * "A" GRADE, ST. JOSEPH'S 'v. FRIENDLY . SOCIETIES BLUE. "... Cussen and W"atera v Prowd and McCartney, 8-0;. v. ' Boyd and Fox, 7-8: Ginnivan and O'Neill v.': Boyd and Fox, 7-8; V. Prowd and McCart ney, 7-8:- Misses' Waters and Willis'v; Misses Mathleson. 8-4;: v. Misses Bower, 4-8; Misses A. Willis and Murphy v. Misses Bower. '8-0; v. SMisses Mathleson, 8-4; .,Cussen.and . Miss A. Willis v. Prowd and Miss .D. Bower, 1-8; Glnnivan and Miss Mur phy v. Fox and Miss Ji Mathleson, 8-5; Waters and Miss A. Willis v. BDoyd and Mliss H. Bower, 8-0; O'Neill and Miss Waters v. McCartney 'and .Miss M. Mathleson, 5-8, Totals.-St. Joseph's, 6 sets 01 games; Friendly Societies Blue, 6 sets 88 games. WINTON v. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES GOLD. Misses V. Green and L. liernan v. Mrs Stubbs and Mrs Stevens. 4-8; v. Miss N. Smith and. Mrs Gibbins, 8-3; Mis...

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Saturday—Monday at Benalla Talkies BREEN PICTURE BRINGS VARIED ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

Saturday-M-onday at Ben alla Talkies BREEN PICTURE BRINGS VARIED ENTERTAINMENT. 1. I'l?t\SING comnltlnlloll of tll the etittentto nteeeotntt tot tioreen t||q? (,IlllIIII*ItH IIH?(;?HH III·,? |'Ol° HCrCO n1 HI.H I t*tttot the otnlterttttlnnment qttlllltH of IhI tlwtll Coill,'" TIolby IrI eln' Int'tt Inllllelxt nrIIntl't'ttI vIehIclO for l(tK Ittidlo. 'I'ho lac?Jtgritld Itself It Olnni oi tn tliltl IetIIltty. oHIIItCe thU HtoIry In thili ili titt He ? Iot-tottictl Ieltttiy of tho IIItwnIlhttt IHttiIndt. - nlllly (of Ilonolu lt'n InloHit flllnOtuH opntt, IncludilnI: thp rour.Wotit, tkltCkI Jeichi, itt Ithe Itoyit i ltnwo Itt IItlotetl, tre oconex of the rctittlon Int vtriotluH Ir'tH of toho Htory. TIh iOllledly elemellt of thellc. tItlre In tbllt tnVt'rltel otl bIy the Itrllll-Vlangoed Ned St )lllrkH nlt by hrtvit H. Cobbh, w ertll tl enntertllloler. TenHe drltnt. conmirt frol n plot Invovlng thle alt 1em1pt(It IIthteft of (tovernllllOllt nolVItI Heetetl'. Itnotrtitott Ill lltt Itn t l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

Watts,T urnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. BRANCHEB.-Wangaratta, Rutherglen, Dookle. St. James, Devenish. Violet Town, Euroa, Yea and Mansfield. Stock Sales also conducted at Yarck, Strathbogie, Ruff. Brimln, Bonnie Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR : .The Famous "Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured In Aus trala). The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co. Ltd. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance. Company, and Finance Company. Sub Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Society. Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co., Melbourne. 'We also have a big selection'of Houses'and: * HOUSE. AND. BUILDING BLOCKS for Private: Sale, and Intending buyers should make a point of seeing our llst. .LOANS ARRANGED;. We can arrange Loans over Broad Acres and Bawnship Securities at;. the Lowest Current Rates, of Jntereet. BStrictest Secrecy. WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO. 'Phone. 17. BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA , i ig II a l l l l l l l l l...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

Local and General ANOTHER ACCIDENT AT GLEN ROWAN BEND,--Mr M. T. Lloyd, managing director of Commonwealth Oil Refineries Ltd., was motoring to Melbourno on Saturday and at' a bend n' the road near Glenrowan the car overturned. Mr Lloyd was accom panied by his wife and another pans songer. All escaped injury. The ear was extensively damaged. TENNIS BALL AT BADDAGINNIE -The annual tennis ball which wan held in the Baddaglnnle Hall on 'ruesday evening last in aid of the local club's funds, was one of thel best yet hold in.the hall. Everyone present commented on the pceollent dancing floor. The organisatlon was tefdct, 'and all present spent a Jolly tiii'dancing . to, ..":,oelent music eipl ed ,by the'} in. a Dance Band. A profit of about £5 E expected. :AMERICAN TEA.-On Thursday afternoon of last week, the Presby terlan Ladles' Guild held an enjoy able and successful American Tea at the Baddaginnle Hall. There was an excellent attendance, and everyone thoroughly. enjoyed the afternoon....

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Memorial To The Late Gavin Gibson WIDOW'S GIFT FOR ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE Distinguished Gathering Attends Ceremony [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

?? Jria" To The Late Gavin Gibson WIDOW'S GIFT FOR ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE Distinguished Gathering Attends Ceremony GROUP AT THE OFFICIAL OPENING Visitors from all parts of the State, including members,.of .Parliament, past principals and students, were presenit at DookieCollege:on Friday afternoon? for'the opening of the Gavin ?tibson memorial labora tory., This very fine brick structure, built on' modern lines, is being equipped with all facilities for the study of biologcal subjects such as zoology, entomology, plant pathology, plant breeding and agricultural botany. The Gavin.Gibson Mamorial Laboratory, which was opened at Dookie College. on' Friday, seems destined to play an' important part in biological research. The erection of the buildinl, was made' possible Sby the' generosity of Mrs. K. A. Gibson, of 9'Boorinda,'' Dookie. It is a tribute to the memory of her rite husband, who was a well known pastoralist in the.district. Firl.r' ,to :the opening, ceremony members of. the- ...

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BUSH FIRE BRIGADES North-Eastern and Goulburn Council CONFERENCE NEXT SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

~BUSH FIRE BRIGADES North-Eastern and Goulburn Council , CONFERENCE N?EXT SATURDAY.: .iHE annual pre-season conferoricd of ,,thq; North-Eastern and Coul burn ,Valley', Dlistrlct' Council of thie: Victorian Bush'.Fire ,Bri odeas', ?aeon clatlbon,wll ..bo,ehold at Mansield on Saturday, (to-morrow). Thi Mianefleld brigade; wlth he n i operatloion and '"ansltriice of other brli gades l?s makingf arranger?ents :fdr the: entertalni'ent ""of " delegates at lunch at about 12.30. During, the past year the hbrigade movement, has "extended c considerably and increasing Interest Ia belig. taken. eahh 'year i: the activities of the or ganlsation.' ^ .," The valuable work of . the: brigades hasnbeen redognised by the Govern mi?nt- mu?nicipalities and landowners, and' glves.,welcomasecurity ...against .th' bush..fire. menace. ?, The number of reglstered brigades. is approaching thei200 .mark, and we have overr? n'i registered. ., memobers - including' 200 captains and nearly 1t000 lioetoennts, all...

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LINCOLN ELLSWORTH—ANTARCTIC EXPLORER [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

r LINCOLN :ELLSWORTH ANTARCTIC EXPLORER 'Lincoln Elllsvworth; born to a" life of social easo has: spbnt his'~ycars ex changing this position in favor of tile rugged mantle of Polar exploration and continuing from thlloskytlio pre viously earthbound ehallengo of mall against tho Aicotic and Antarctic wbrlds. 'The fortune inherited fromnhis indu"' trial genius father he has u'sed mnod estly, often to escape to the moun (nales nd the desert froimn the o rban living which heo. httas .. conslstently shunned. -Ils ?\worl' hla been to pioneer on new' frohtlers, and in Polar exploration he -has carried on from the point where Roald Amundson sitOppled. It was under Amundsen, llret con queror of tile South Pluo by dog sled In 1911, that Ellswortl years Ilater learned his' llrst hard lessHns of the Arctic, and. It was to this apt Anie'l can pupil thalt Amundsen Ibowed 'lat the time of his retirement from ex. Illoratldn with the explalntion, ,"I aun leavinig It to younger, men." Not" entirely u...

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BENALLA C.W.A. YOUNGER SET ANNUAL MEETING DISCLOSES BUSY YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

BENALLA C.W.A. YOUN GER SET ANNUAL MEETING DISCLOSES BUSY YEAR. A busy year's work was die. closed at the annual meeting of the C.W.A. Younger Se* which was held at the Memorial Hall on' Monday evening last. Altogether the sum of £96 was raised for charity during the year. The president of the C.W.A. (Mrs L. Jenkyn) presided over a good attend anco of members. ANNUAL REPORT. The annual report as .submltted by the secretary ,(Miss Laura Hill), was as follows: It Is with much pleasure we are again able to. resent an annual re port of a successful year.. The office bearers elected for 1038, were as fol. Iowa:-Presldent, Minss Joyce Jack son: vice-presldents, Mrs G. Oliver, Misses B. Gilbertson, L. Hill and G. Harding; secretary, "Miss V. Drum mond; treasurer, Miss C. Arnott; committee, Misses L. Gilbertson, E. Herd, S.- Byrno, M. Carter, J. McMil Ian, L. Skelton, B. Soden and Mrs Cambridge;: God, mothers, Mrs H. T. Brown and Miss R. Findley; repro sentatives from C.W.A.; Mrs Ballan tin...

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BROKEN CREEK SCHOOL ANNUAL PICNIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

BROKEN CREEK SCHOOL ANNUAL PICNIC SORTS. The Broken Creek School picnic and sports were held last Friday. A large gathering of . chldren,'. parents and friends attended, and In favorable weather an enjoy-' eblIe program was carried out. The parents and school committee -provide this. treat annually 'for the children, this being the Gist of its kind. . Last year the 50th birthday of, the school and plcnic was celebrated In the presence of : a number. 'of pant :Pupils and the 1938 picnic,' although not :on the scale of last year, was equally enjoyable.' : The ladles of the., district again provided ,excellent refreshnient. RESULTS OF RACES. . Results o'roaceaheld arc es afol' lowe: SackIsace.-T. Dempsey ,-W. Ibbs 2, B. Wallace 3'. .Skippng.. Raco.. i :, Wri N. Wrlght: 23, J.*lbbsla,.::.,?': '2', Tin Stepping.F. Dempieoy;l, T. Dempsey 2.: . ,.~ ' Wheelbarrow Race.-F. ' Denipsen and B. Wallace 1,. E. Borger" and IR. Dempsey 2.". .. Slow Bike Race.-D. Day 1, .O Wright 2. Obstacle Race.-T...

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"CHERUB'S" DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

"Cr4ERUIB'S DIARY.` slt .Tnuanry.-.Tust born. RHaTe'?l rendv had a rpuch time with a lot of persons of the female sex who will per. lest in kissing me. Ugh! let Februnry.-Pa walks up and down ithe hedroom with me :when I squeal' at night. I always squeal. , let March.-Nurse Is a snlteful thing -she sticks pins Into a fellow on put. pose. '. ~ lat-April.-After all, one may evy tire of a bottle. 1st stMa.-I wish I could cut a tootl I'd bite nurse. 1st' June.-What a nuisance it s 'to ,have relations who keep on saynlag "Ketchetty. ketch*tty!" and dig in yoe ribs - with their forefingers. When I grow un I'll do It to them, and see how they like it. let July.-Three bables next door have got the measles. I get nothing, It's awfully dull. 1st August.-One of the babhes next> door came In to see us today, and If heard ma say, "He hasn't got the measles now?' "No." said the baby's ms. There's a greedy sneak for you. Left 'em at home. ' 1st.Soptemher.-Nurse drinks, some... thing out of a bl...

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ALMONDS Y.F.C. HOLD FIELD DAY A WONDERFUL SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

ALMONDS Y.F.C. HOLD :FIELD; DAY SA' WONDERFUL SUCCESS. Last 'Friday` the 'Almonds Young, Farmers' Club' held their annual field day. A large crowd was present and the. flno.display of .,children's work and live stock reflects great credit on members of the club and thelr teach er. Mr L. Osmond. 'r " rho, president.of. the club,. Mr Ryan, who'wasRin the chair, and Cr. Teague of Tungamah Shire, opened the pro ceedings. , Cr. II. Wallace, of Benalla 'Shire also gave an: address, and on behalf- of thoe Benalla ,Agricultural Society,. of which' ,he is. a member, congratulated the club oh their dis play and thaniked them for the sup port they hand given Beonalia agricul tural show by their fine entries in the Y.F.C. section; Seoveral-nteresting -lectures , were given by club members on . different aspects of their work, and LIr WVhin ray, who 'has given much able sup port, to the club in- the past was prcl -sented., with . an: enlarged.; photograph of club members. - The following,awards ...

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3SR SHEPPARTON SATURDAY, 5th NOVEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

3SR SHEPPARTON SATURDAY, 5th NOVEMBER 6 a.m. Sunrlso' Stan; 6.3 Local News; .6.10 Farmers' Talk; 6.30 "Argus" Farmers' News; 7.50 "Argus" Network News; 8 a.m. Laugh and Love It; 8.45 Feathers and Fins with Nor man McCanco; 9 p.m. Fay's Grub Club; 9.15 Bobby fear Quest for Radio Stars; 10 a.m. Sport from Far and Near; 11 a.m. ShopLping Session; 12 0 Racing Resume; 12.15 Cortn EX; change and Produce Reports; 1 p.m. Someone's Favorites; 2 p.m.,. Close; 3. p.m. Saturday's Super Programme; 4 p.m. Cameos of Melody; 5 p.m. Sunny. Radio Session; 0 p.m., Dinner Music;' 7 p.m. Sporting Resume by Mr. Percy Taylor (Sporting Editor of "Argun");' 7.15 Goulburn Valley Sporting. Reo sults; 7.45 Diggers' Session; 8' p.m. Not so Colebrated; 9.80,'District News & Markets; 9.45, " Mamma, 'Blooms BroIu 10.30, .Maples', '50-50 Dance Programme; :12.0,o. Sano Reasoning. SUNDAYv 6ith NOVEMBER 0 a.m. Bandsandd Birthdays: 9.30'.01i rFavourites;.-.10.0 Half'. Hour of Cole brated .Tenor; -.10.30 - Bevil...

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FARMERS' FIELD DAY AT DOOKIE COLLEGE LECTURE ON SHEEP DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

FARMERS' FIELD DAY AT DOOKIE COLLEGE LECTURE 'ON:8HEEP.DISEASES. Thie annual FeldiDyDa 'at Dookie Agrloultural' College will be held on .',Wednesday, 9",th,? November, and ali persons interested are in vited to attend: Thoe experimental worlk at thinl centro with. wheat, oats, pens and pastureos ia undertaken by the De partment'of Agrioulture in co-opera tion with" the College anuthorlties. This year the tests were considerably extended, and occupled an area of 00 acres Indluding snme '000 individual plots and 1,000 stud rows. The 'experimental fields will attract conlsiderable attention on tids occa sion an farmers and graziers , par ticularly" throughout the Goullburn Valley and North-East, will. be riter csted ,to seeo how the different varle ties and treatments have ' withistood the dry season. In the wheat .varloty trials 1i of the more prominent vsrietlese and new eroSsbredt s are untder tent in one sec tion and in trial fifty-eight varieties and selections are being comalnred...

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