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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, and Joseph Whitworth, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

iri.xiiiv.O.-r ? :i: 20. incline Messrs. II. Byrnes, ami Joseph Whitworlli, .T.1.IM Marl; lilael.lcy, (mrellland, brought up for protection Tlmmiis (J'JJonnull anil l'mm-is Cnok, for luivin l.cen drunk, were e-ich lined .Is In default, -.'I hours' im prisonment, l'lili-ick Dillon, for a similar ollcnci sei.-ond apprariuiw.) w.is tineil His in default IS hours' Si Mee, a Cninnimin who was iorested by Consliililo Allison on Hi.nday evening on the snpposit'ian that; ho In reply to the ]ic.nch, Sub-Inspector l,alimer said Unit his intention was to charge, him under tho Vii-.'i-iint Act, with having nil lawful means of sup ? t. For two ibiv.-, he had been wandering about (Sram-ille without, means barefoot., and followed bv a. crowd of children. Till police had been unable to got anything out of him ox ccplparrol-likoroiietitionsofiiiiycp.eslion put; In him iiithcKnghsh language; and a Cliiti-nuii.il who hail interviewed him since lie had been in custody dill let. succeed any better. Al t...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Agricultural and Horticultural. ASSORTING FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Agricultural and Horticultural. ASSORTING PJRUIT. A contributor to tlio ' American Agricultu rist ' writes :— Pick apples at tlic right time, assorting them as you pick, and put all the sound ones into bushel boxes. Take these boxes to some contr.il and convenient place for packing in good clean barrels. Make a table, say six or eight feet long, and three feet wide at one end, and nun-owed to eight of ten inches wide at the other. Place boards* six inches wido round the top, as shown in the (.no-rnvinir. Have the table high enough, so thrtt an apple band will just go under the nal-row end. .Make the other end of tho table four inches higher, so that the apples will gently roll to the other end of the barrel. Empty the bushel boxes in this barrel, and you can seo all the imperfect fruit, which can be readily picked out and the good fruit placed carefully in the barrel In this way assorting can bo done very rapidly. Proper assorting of fruit lias boen talked and written about for year...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta Petty Sessions. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. (Before Messrs. R. Harper and Jos. Smith, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Parramatta Petty Sessions. (li.'fore luwsra. II. Huliii.i'iiii'iil,lii.,''sinifli. ,7s.V.\ ^vrlnim Cuiiiii.'ll, clmi-Kcil, liv Uiiiisliililo Other, with liiiviiisfliraiuli-imk hi tllumh-sticct , mv\ with luivin nmili! usu (if insulting l,uie,i:i!.T, win iinoil fin- tlio first, ollciiro r,f, in (lcfiiiilt. ai hours' iinpi-i'amiiK.'iit, iunl for thu sramu Ins., in default, IS lioinV imiu-Noniiu-iit. Williiii.il'JiiniiiwDii, cli-ii-itcil liy Cunst.-iMu Walsh, with lmvinj,' titrn ,li-,,,,l, ,-„ „ iiohvny:,.,.!!-:.^,-, ami will liuviiiK- iiiiiuc use nf (,|is,.,.,io liinjmujft. therein, w.is lined fur the Mrs! (.(fence tr, (under tile. 17th liv-luw), in (lc. f:iillt 7 days' imprisonment, mill I'm- (he second offence £.-., in default ,' days' imprismnnent- tlio sentences i«

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Prospect and Sherwood Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Prospect and Sherwood Council. Tlie usual foil nightly meeting was held on Thursday ovi'liini? last. Present : TheMavor, (Alderman Jones), and Alilennen Hollier, Klliot, Must™. Patun, Airey, andAnstiss. The Acting-Council Clerk (Mr. G. K. Young) read the The Mayor repm-ted'lh'iit'liehail sVisiwrntauiii! Coun cil Clerk (Mr. M'Mimis) tornCKleet of duty.uud recom- mended that the mutter be dealt with bva committee of I ho whole Council at Hie next mcotinir.' Alderman Airev seconded. Carried. TlieFinaneeCoinuuttc's report was read, rocommonu iiif,' payment of salaries, wages, and accounts to the amount, of .«!?:! l«s-2d. Tne Mayor moved theadopf.on of there-port. Alderman Airey objected to that portiouof the report having reference to the withdrawal of tho Council Clerk's letter rolleeting upon him (Alderman Airev). He wimiM move that Hint letter be lfforrnl ton wmmiit tee consisting of tho Mayor, Aldermen Kcnyon,Muston, '?I'he' Mayor'acceiHea tlie suggestion. Aldermmi Itollicr at this ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

/~1UMBERLANI- BUILDING LAND U AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY LIMITED. CAPITAL, £100,000. Paid up capital, £20,000. Unwilled capital, .£15,000. Kovcrvo fund, £2000. Money received on Fixed Deposit at tlio fol lowing Hates : — For 12 mouths, o per cent per annum. 0 months, 5 per cent, per mmum, And 4 percent, at will. Savings Bimk Branch.— Deposits of One Shilling and upwards received, and six (0) per cent, interest allowed on the Monthly Balance, aud no notice required fur withdrawals. JNO. JAS. MILLER, Manager. OMco— Masonic Hull Buildings, George-street rpHB AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK JL BANK. PAIUUMATTA BRANCH. Paid up Capital .. .. .-£.500,000 'With power to iuoreiiKO to .£1,000,000 Reserve- Fund .. .. £010,000 Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at current rates Bills discounted and advances made on ap proved security. Drafts issued on all the principal cities in the world. H. M. TODHUNTER, Manager.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

I THE j CUMBERLAND ARGUS t AND j FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE 1 IS PUBLISHED ] EVEEY SATURDAY MOKNING « J AOT ? DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS ;| of S PARRAMATTA AND SURROUNDING ii DISTRICT. ;s s. a. 1 Subscription, per quarter, in advance 2 0 :i Do. looked ?? ..2 3 | Single copy ? ° '- I Tebsis oi' AnvKjmsiso : i Thrcelmcs ? 1 « ?i Six lines ? ..10 '?; Oncinoli ? - G ?; Mnch additional inch . . . . 2 C .; Births, Marriages mid Deaths ;; (each) ? 10 t Rpecim terms for advertisements ordered by 'I the quarter. . i Casual advertisements must be prepaid, ox 1 cept in tlio ense of firms or persons having ?^ running accounts 'with us. '-? Persons ordering advertisements on behalf of :i any club or society will be held personally re i sponsible for the payment of same. '?' ' Advertisements must stnto upon the face ot i them the number of times they arc to be iii i ecrtctl, otherwise they will be continued and ;i charged for until countermanded. i LITTLE & CO. :: September 24th, 1S87. I CHATFIEL...

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"WARE HAWK" (ERS). [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

'WARE HAWK'(ERS). Wit it tlio approach of Summer weather tho sacrificial hawkers of bank rupt soft goods, and the itinerant tinio paymont vendors of all sorts of drapery and finery dear to tho heart of tho aver nge housewife, but infinitely dearer to the purse of the husband, aro again on tlio wnrnnth. The modiix ouerandi oi these hawks of the legitimate trading world is well known. Exposures of their dishonest practices liavo repeatedly been made in the Polico Courts of the Colony, and yet they continue to 'work success fully upon the simplicity and cupidity of their particular class of customers. Perhaps, therefore, a word of caution at tlio commencement of their animal campaign mny not bo out of season or fruitless of beneficial results. The vagabond merchant of whom we 'write invariably seeks for his prey amongst that class of householders in which it is to bo presumed tho husband is, dur ing cortain hours of the day, absent at his work — whothor at tho plough, tho, bench, the c...

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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. THE C C. A. AND H. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

THE FKurraiiowEUS1 advocate. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S. THE 0. C. A. AND H. ASSOCIA TION. It is somewhat singular that, with Lilt l!ow exceptions, tlio several districts oi' Now South AVulca have extremely vague idons as to how to maintain in cfliuiont working1 ordor tluit useful insti tution which goes by the wuno of 'Agricultural Association.' Tiio mtntriil socint.v linm'inQ' that uaiuo linii'Oi's ou, a dismal failure, effecting far more mischief than benefit. Hero and there, a provincial agricultural association is to be met with, doing good work by loyally and energetically seeking to pro mote the oducativo objects for which it was established. The Pamimatta Dis trict is one which ought to bo able to 'run' a first class association of the kind — it is certainly one in which tho operations of a well organised and well managed agricultural association would be productive of a vast amount of material bonefit— £ s d benefit — by in ducing competition amongst growers and breeders and so b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

New Goods! New Goods ! Seasonable Goods I Cheap Goods! Cheap Goods. EIGHT HOUR DEMONSTRATION IN PABBAMATTA' PARKo Over Twenty Thousand happy people (old and young) will be there wearing excellent Boots a.XXCi SlilOQ^ purchased at Parramatta Branch of the world-renowned City Boot Palace, -Church Street, Parramattao ' Fresh Shipments, just landed, 3p©cia.lly Xmp©l'fe@ci for the Parramatta Trade, and sold at lower prices than other houses can purchase them wholesale. The Great Sale evidenced the appreciation, by many thousands, of JOHN HUNTER'S System of Marking all Goods in Plain Figures. igir' Haste then to JOHN HUNTER'S Parramatta Branch of the world-renowned City Boot Palace, Church-street, Parramatta, and get full value for your money. W. H. BOWEN, FRUIfERER AND CONFECTIONER. Church-street, near Railway Bridge. npHB Choicest Fruits of the Season. Ice, I Ice creams, and Summer Brinks. Orders punctually attended to. W. H. BOWEN. 1) OW~i~RFUL FERTILISING JL MANURES. FOR VINFS, FRUIT ...

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Carlingford. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Carlingford. Mis. Mackay, tho well-known lecturer on agriculture, visited a number of the orchards of Carlingford la-st week, and was well pleased with our beautiful district und the good management displayed in the orchards. The .same day a wedding took place, Mr. Sydney Cox, being joined to Miss May Buchanan, daughter of tho Into Thomas Buchanan, both of this district. They hid a pleasant day for thoir wedding day, but I'only had tho pleasure of seeing their departure for their honeymoon, when I ' noticed the old cus wjiii oi snowcrmg with old boots ami rico en ergetically put into operation. I wish them success. O.v Friday we liada violont storm of wind and dust, followed, I am very sorry to sav, with very slight rainfall but. an exceedingly largo am uutof electricity and heavy claps of thunder. One would have thought the heavens 'would havo rent in two. The Hashes of lightning were enough to make ono believe that Heaven's artillery intended to storm us with her volleys of thunde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

APEAV TONS 01'' AVIRE, Rusty, a reduced price. MURRAY BUOS._ All 6 :'t mI^nt s ? -S:i? l'axIT, FOR SALE, With Stone 3.''mind-ttiuns in Lnnsdowno-street. Also allotments in Dixon-street, ou liberal terms. Tori-ens Act. i'ive niiuutcs walk from Railway t-tution. Apply THOMAS 3)1XON, Parramatta South. }~ ^ITaCICYENCING, «7~«7'iol~\\rliito cross. J MURRAY 3SROS. lUClGMAKEUS' SHOVELS, 2s. each. SALNTV JiROS. BRC/WN' ' TE \ POTS, ' Glassware, ' Dram Pipes, Garden Tiles. Mower Puts. Re duced prices at SAINTY jVROS^ ? C''ORRU(LVTE])TliON7 '«» lengths, Cheap. Ridge Cnppinu-, Guttering, J)uwn Pipes, etc. ' SAIXTY BROS. ? /U:.MIiKI-M,AXI) lillll, DING LAND V-. ANIJINYMWI'MKNT COMP.\NV, LIMITRI). The Board arc now prepared tu mnkii ad vances on Mm-tgiigi's. links and all infonna tiim un application lit tlm iift'i'^i Mua-'J-'o-'sireet, ;f\(). .I.VS. MILLKR Manager. 1^l':X(;i.\6--Ab.Mitr;JiriSa'nTs^ u^oVrTtTi T' -hu scut in ou ur h-nfuru IDth Xuvember. Sanmi'l (iirihl, ' liroiiiluakH,' Parramalta...

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The County Members at Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

The County Members at Work. Mil. Jons Nouns, M.L.A., continuing his visits to tho various centres of his electoral', journeyed to the suuthcrn portim; of Central Cumberland on Saturday lust. Ho left Sydney by the 1.10 train, arriving at Liverpool was met by Alderman Taylor, Messrs. Alliini, J.P., Knox and others, aud then proceeded ti Glen field, where the party wero joined by Messrs. 'Jhrosby, Smith, Fimicgau and others. Thoy then were driven round tho district, aud Mr. Nobbs was pointed out the various local wants, including- a siding at Glonfiold Station, unit tho great necessity for proper approaches to (lie station on both sides of tho line, besides other matters, which Mr. Nobbs promised to bring under the notice of tlio different Ministers. '1 ho inspection being over, tho representative; was entertained at tho Cross Roads Hotel, Mr. Alderman Taylor being in tho chair, and Mr. Tiirosby in tho vice-chair. After the loyal toasts were disposed of, tho vice-chairman pro posed the...

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Suicide on the Railway Line. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Suicide on the Railway Line. O.v-Iiiursday morning Mr. J. K. Itowden held an inquest M ilie Railway Hotel, Rook ww,l. on the body of Thomas Keating, who lui i been run over on the railway line close to Rookwood Station on the previous day. A ?ten ciiipuiiiielU-d, of which Mr. „ wus cliMiimui., the l.odv was the following evidence taken.- — ? ? ting, labourer, deposed Ilial, he . .?.-.- II years of age I lie wns a .-? : ?? -ivi.lca at Kookwood, l.-,st saw ??-..'.....?«; ..Hunt 7 .!-» a.m. on flic; preceding il.iy ; he was then Mimiliiiir a-ain.-t Ihe block house ut the liuokmiod ruilway ^lati.-n : he was ' pm-tVctly sober, and apparent l\- in -nod health ; knew nothing further ulxui! the c.i.-.-. .f.^cph McKlhone deposed that he recugiii.-rd the body as that of a man whom he saw i n ihe previous dav between 1 mid 2 p.m. as tin- train was up pi-oucliin.;tlie Rook wood liuilway station going towards Sydney; In- saw decou-ed walking i.l.uig tin-* siil-* of the railway line towards I he ...

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Fairfield Weekly News Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Fairfield Weekly News Letter. Tin: wea: her since my last has boon much the same. No rain to speak of has fallen, but appearances have threatened a downfall which would have been most acceptable, as everything ia very dry and parched, and most crops will be a failure if not soon refreshed by a heavy fall of ruin. The barometer for the past week had ranged from iiOdg. to Dfldg. flmiii., and the thermometer from -17 to !)G. The rain-fall has been (Will Tiiiiiifu O.\ Saturday afternoon, on the Fairfield Cricket Ground, in Mr. Dale's paddock, a match was played between the married and single members of the club, whio.h resulted in u win for the ' single.' On this occasion sev eral ladies put in an appearance and tooU great interest in the proceedings, and it is to hoped that this will not be the last occasion on which the fair sex will accord the club their patron age. Several of the members of the club greatly distinguished themselves, one (Mr. Sticme, who was bowling on the married si...

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Another Coarse Attack on Judge Docker. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Another Coarse Attack on Judge Docker. Judoh Docker was the victim of another coarse and brutal attack in tho Assembly on Tuesday. Mr. J. P. Abbot wished to direct attention to the way in which Mr. Justice Docker was allowed to administer tho laws in the Metropolitan District. If a judge adjudi cating in the city had to be relieved, a compe tent judge should be sent to take his placo. Judge Docker had exhibited such incompetency in his position as a judge that he (Mr. Abbott) would not hesitate to-morrow to vote for an address for the removal of him. Ho had no feelings but feelings of disgust and horror at the eccentricities] Mr. Justice Docker perpet rated on the Bench, A prisoner was some time ago convicted by a stipendiary magistrate on a charge of riotous conduct, bur. on appeal Judge Docker held that because thero wore not two or three persons present at tho time of the com mission of the ofl'once, the person charged could not be convicted of riotous and disorderly con duct. Th...

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Orange Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Orange Celebration. On last Sunday afternoon a united Protestant Service was held in tho Town Hall, Parra matta, under tho auspices of tho Loyal Orange Lodges Nos. 8, 40, and OS, 'to commemorate tho merciful preservati in of tho King and Parliament of England from tho Criurpowdor Treason and Plot.' Tho hall was filled to its utmost capacity. The chair was occupied by the Rev. J. Aslnnead, of Granvillo : and there were on the plattorm tlio Itoy, U. Taylor (Con gregational), the Rev. P. J. Stephen (Wos loyan), the Rev. R. Jackson, M.A., (Presby terian), the Rev. J. D. Murray (Presbyterian), Mr. W. F. Schcy, M.L.A., Mr. J. S. Staff, (W.M. No. 8 Lodge), Mr. T. Smith (W.M. No. 08 Lodge), and several other brethren and friends. The left of the platform was occupied by a strong united choir composed of the lead ing members of tho choirs of the various Protes tant churches of Parramutta, led by Miss Millie Barker on an American organ kindly lent by Messrs. Murray Bros. The chairman sat behi...

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Bankstown. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Bankstown. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. Ox Friday, the 26th instant, Messrs. F. Farnell and J. Nobbs, Ms.P. for the district, introduced a deputation, consisting of Messrs. J. J. Cooper, J. I-I. Decent, Snow, Taylor, Pibons, Moslcy, Weir, and other gentlemen from Upper Bankstown, to tho Minister for Works, respecting tho various routes for the proposed St. Peters and Liverpool line of rail Mr. Farnell, in introducing the deputation, said he beliovc-l the object of tho deputation was to ask that a more direct Hue might bo constructed than the one at present proposed. Mr. Cooper said that the residents of Banks town feared, if they remained silent, that their interests would be prejudiced, still they wished to avoid anything approaching a dictatorial attitude, or in any way act so as to delay the progress of this much-needed lino of railway. However, for reasons outside of tho Depart ment of Public Works, they felt compelled to seek this interview, to submit that which they d...

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Local Option at Granville. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Local Option at Granville. A l'um.io mooting,, arranged by Mr. N. B. Downing, organiser for the Local Option League, was held at Granvillo on Tuesday evening, for the purpose of urgiujr the principle upon the local electors. Mr. J. Nobbs, M. P., occupied the chair, and on the platform wore tho Rev. It. Jackson, Mr, A. Hutchison, M.P., Messrs. J. B. Prico, G.S., John Sannilors, 31. Favrar, and N. 1!. Downing. The audience, which was not a numerous ono, comprised several ladies.. The chairman said it. gave him great pleasure to preside at the meeting. ] [0 was thoroughly in favour of the principle of JYx-.ul Option, and would give it his support in tho Assembly. No sensible man could bo opposed to the principle, which relegated the question of the drink traffic solely to the people. The Parlia ment of the old country had affirmed the prin ciple as u right ono, and he hoped to see the principle become ;law here. Ho believed in it thoroughly, and when tho time came ho would give his vot...

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NIGHT-SOIL AS A STANDARD FERTILIZER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

NIGHT-SOIL AS A STANDARD FERTILIZER. For tho past twenty-five years night-soil has been the standard manure used by the largo majority of our farmers. By this I meanthat it has been their chief dependence in the raising of squashes, cabbages, potatoes and onions, tho principal crops of this market-farming region. Living in a town of about 8000 inhabitants, and within from two to three miles of cities of 11 nnnnlntinii of from 23.000 to 3i),000, neither of them with a complete system of sewerage, ?tho farmers aro, at but a trifling expense, able to obtain an almost unlimited amount of this kind of plant-food. In this town thov collect from November 1st, until frost breaks tho ground in tho spring, aiming to do as large a portion of the work as possible bofore tho vaults ate frozen up. Our apparatus consists of a water-tight oblong box, strengthened by iron rods, having two doors. Ono is on top, -__i _?. 1. : . ? ...1.. V...14-' +li« t!i-/n i\-f +lir» fnn nrwl WlllUU In IHJUrlj Him w«...

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THE CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

THE CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY SYSTEM. We wish our friends to carefully study the following faces, and then to act in such manner as their judgment may direct : — Tho co-operative system of dairying is now very largely — almost universally — adopted in tho United States of America, upon tho Conti nent of Euvopo.'considerably in England, ex tensively in New South Wales, and is now ex tending rapidly in Victoria. Farmers everywhere have found that it pays well to grow especially for their cows, and to preserve a sufficient quantity for ensilage. Farmers in South Australia havu given up the notion that they cannot grow green fodder in summer. By combining, tho farmers aro euabled to purchase a complete set of tho most approved modern dairy appliances, and to erect a perfect diary. This one dairy is sufficient to deal with all tho milk produced upon fifty different farms. Ono person trained properly to tho work, with the assistance of a lad, can conduct the whole business of the factory, but if...

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