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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

THE OHEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Oraeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, APRIL S, 1B14. In four yeara tho iSlato has expended up wards of £50,000 more thau it Ins received in connection with the experiment of sugar manuficturc at MollYa. On the firet ond forth pages of this itsue is the continuation of tho Ferial itory, Terribly Tempted, and fcoverol other mut ters mainly of interest to tho farming community. The adjourned ceneiul meeting of sub scribers d the hospital will he held ut the Shire Hall on Saturday afternoon, for the purpose of tccoiving nominations for nine members of committee. " These thing*} are tent i>y Ood to try the temper of the men, and biing out the best iu them," said Of ncral ftir Hamilton when praising th»? bteiliue.'M of the tioops during a severe rainstorm in Sydney last week. At TalkngilU I'nlice Couit recently Oeorgc DoughUm and Theodore IMdt; were fiord 103 for having ih- .I iu :t public lull at T.illangatU a b:c»seop.i to which was not attached a...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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LIVES SAVED BY CIGARS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

i!V£S SAVED BY CIGARS. G..i at, the wcll-!-nown Frcn?'.. historian, whilst out walking ip t,n? of the public gardens of IV.ris no ticed that he was being followed by ?ft disreputable-loo! ing and hadly ilrcsscd indlviduiil. M. fluir:ot wan puzzled by the man's behaviour,'but 'instead of showing " alarm he calmly Bat down vh.'n he had arrived at his favourite scat, The I'lif'ian, wit ho lt any hesitation, came and wit do.vn beside him and gave the hi .torian so fiorco a loo'.c as to have disconccrtcd a less timid man. But with a de lightful non-balance M. GuUot took out his cigar case, abstracted a cijar, rnd slov.-ly lit it. The eflect of this action upon his companion was remarkable. Willi a snarl and a t?zo\vl til - man suduenly rose and, muttering to himself, '"The innn I want to kill never smokes," walked rapidly away.. A week or so later the liistw'ian read in the news papers that this same individual had been arcested for a violent at tack upon a well-known public offi cial wh...

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MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND AND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE. Saturday, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

jUAKKETK AN!) 8ALKS ttll'PSl.ANn STOCK P.KPOUTS BAIKKSDALU. Hulurdiiy, March 28. Mkssks A. MACA'-.thuii andCo. report; Fat Cattle-A full yarding of nicc quality cattle, and piicc-j in some insttnuccs a tdiado ei-ier. Cowa sold to i'O )ls, heifers to £7 Ua. Stoic Cattle-A very yood yardinp, aal'-.s in every case made good values. Sharp -Good general danism], »vo *old some pen; at full rates. Piya-A ^ood bupply of all cliitsca and all sold. Frid iy, Mai eh £7. Mjssks A. Macaktuui: AND CO. report liftvinf* hell a very s * tit factory f-aleuf sheep on Iftiduy. There were about 10U0 forward and a pood crowd of local and up-country buyers wore e.gcr to t-tuek up -fun- the nice shower* earlier in the week. Prices f.howed a go'sd impioveim nt on last Kile, tfalea 114 cios-ib-ed ewes, nic . quality, 4 and 0 looth. a few just full, li.U rani?, joined J'Vhunry, IS* od ; 101 xbrtd and einbk ewr=, ii-tooth, Ivn^lii h Leicester, joined February, lUi; 82 xhred*, r mall euea iMnolh 1 h Ud ; ii.'{7 ...

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USEFUL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

USEFUL RECIPES. Mncaroon IJIscnitH.-?lh. flour, *Ib. ]j,;' tfi'i i of sugar, 1 egg, 1 tca of crenm ot tartar, J tcn li.rootitul sodn. Ileat buttor and r.'.ijur to a crenm, add J egg and mix in tlio (lour and powder.?. TI1011 form 1 he biscuits, and either ubc nl mo'.ils or peel for tlio lop. Very nice. I'iliclets.-Two cups (lour, 15 tea spoons soda, half the quantity ot .,ci(l dissolved in a cup of good mil''. 1 S00'1 handful of sugar, and suliicicnt milk to make a good Mat ter. l'ound Cake.-IOight eggs, lib. but ter, lib. Hour, 21b. fruit and pod, llli. sugar, 1 tablespoom'ul powdjr, ctwnes of lemon, a pinch of salt. rotted' Meat.-ljlb steak, Jlli. but ter, 1 desertspoon anchovy pa'ite, } teaspoon cayenne p«;>pcr, teaspoon rnlt, teaspoon cinnamon, teaspoon i: ave, rteam 3 hours nil togeilrr, nrd (hen put through sausage ma chine. Currant Cake.-One cup sugar, 1 cup butter, 1 cup currants, 2 cups Po'.'r, "02. peel, I teaspoon so<b, l of cream of tartar, 3 or .! cggM, 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

> REMEMBER WHE8\3 YOU GET YOU GET HEALTH TOO! A PROFESSIONAL NURSE well j known throughout Western Australia, writes licr opinion. NURSE ALICE WILKINSON, 21 lly.le Strceti Nth. Perth, sends this letter : "1 have spent many years . in my profession ar. a nurse, both here and in Victoria. 1 have nursed the sick of all descriptions, and some havti been very low and weak. The question always _ari;es in the mind of the nurse what ia the best medicine for a patient when thoroughly run down or to keep them from Retting low and prostrated. From years of experience and close observation 1 can say I know of no medicine as good as CLEMENTS TONIC as a nerve food and appetising medicine, creating a dctivo for nourishment. It quickly gives health and strength. (Si[;nml) NURSE WILKINSOM." No truer letter was cvei written to w»>ny:n t!>.m thl. one, proving the hc.iltlit ,1 pto^ai s of Uun icnutKable medicine, Whn -. the utvvus system h shatteicd throuuh exbVur.tivc Mwlies, fc\er, waiting i...

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BURRLESS [?]. A PLANT OF GREAT VALUE 10 [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

UlirtHLtbSi iHtl-UiL. A 1'1/AjN i UF UitiiiAT \Al,bK lu 1 O spCO.es (it plant JillOWU ill O.'JiliriOil hng'^lt as auuicKs, or moi'o MK'iu.im iiiiv, a.> hefoiiging to uu; -g< mis i\i*uic jl^o, SUOUlU Opp^U Lo Au.uJilhiln «/»a *?*.* (say;» an aiuc^ .,i -\u.u^j0 viiu. ') 1'no h.iine ot uio |n,u4i, i., t-iiiil 10 lyj derived iiom iho won! "Vdi UiKe," mo mitnu given by mo urecian ...cieiuist J^iucoi jdcrt lo a glass oo.ujue< by join lrum Aledia. Tin- ujrm, now over, conveys but lullo to too uVera-H! Ausuafian; km ii /iou h0 ,s uuonn?u !jKit luivino in one in Us species--tmu plant being known lnn«uu<ai]y as Alcui cago sativat-itiat. triioijuin, or cjover, JS another, ami that there arc abom iony other useful loduor pl.mts inar fli*; iho same gemric title, ho wul at niieo grant that iho worhi ot agricul ture i'W(vi v'liy .i!rj;o i'mJ); indeed u. iho genus -tKUicago. -None oi tm-so lurly odd species aro Australian nai.ves, but a uuuhkt 01 them have been i...

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THE FEEDING OF PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

THE FEEDING OF PIGS. Tlio opinion scorns to bo general unionist a certain class of pig-keepers, says a writer in "Farmer and Stock breeder," that vegetable i'ood which contains so large a proportion of water -roots, for instance, contain about 5) per cent, of water-cannot bo beneficial tor pigs, whoreas exactly the opposite is tho fact, as proved by experiments carried on, 0110 must oonfe^s mainly in other countries, have clearly proved that pig led on nine-tenths muni and one-tenth vegetable matter actually havo mailo a greater increase than pigs led soleiy on meal. There is thus a 1 eonsidcrablo saving in tho cost of food. : It should be added that there exists j among certain baoon eurera in Ireland ^ a fear that tho giving of vegetable ; matter or root;; to pigs during tho i fattening period injures tho quality oT .tho pork and result;; in soft bacon. ' It is qirit-o ho.viible thau tho icsuiu may bo as siateu, but it may also be duo, not to the immutability of the other loot! fe...

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LUCERNE: ALL ABOUT ITS GROWTH AND CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

LUCERNE: ALL ABOUT ITS GROWTH AND CUL TIVATION. Ob 11. A. (.(.(,'ill!:,in "biiiYyiun in Au:.lr:ilii!ii,i.") Willi the lapse of tllilo and the rx tension of experimental work, both pri vate and oliieial, the fact lias been dis closed that successful lui'Cl tU' CO[tm-e possible under condition; previously considered impossible. i\o longer is iU cultivation confined to the rich alluvial banks of coastal rivers, where the rainfall is l.ihut tests h ivc proved its adaptability i» a wide r.iii^c ol conditions extending iar inland, into districts having a com paiaiM ely li.'/Jit rainfall. It ii; s, then-tore, bicunnt an import ant fa or MI v' isiii)!; thn carrying capacity <-f large areas of land varying in aliitiid '. quality of M:il and rainfall, and where irrigal ion i:; available, tiio crtain-y of its producing heavy re turns has largely increa^'d the value of holdings p<5'i:-1ii ig 111i^ possibility. Allh- ugh u'i<Ier normal -inland con ditions crops c...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFI9E, Tho following aocountp uru lyinn at the eub-Uoaaiiry i J, ilickuy, J. Bruitf, A, Uinp, Dr« W. IS, Tulloh, Shlro of Onieo*

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BRUTHEN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

BKUTHELN RACES-. Thcso races woro hold on Thursday week, when there waa a good day'a racing. The weal hi r WXH fine, and.there was a good at tendance. Tho following woro the results : Trial Huuilieap, of £10. Fivo furloogs, A. Cook's Keyword, 9 0 1 N. Brownee's Uignosa, 8.11 ... ... v2 C. LoUhaui'a Countoreigu, S.4... ... 3 Lruly IMomUne, Splints nnd Kcekio aleo rfin. A uloao finish, only a head separating the placed hordes. Betting, 6 to 4 on Dig iieag, 3 to 1 Lady l^londiau or Keyword. Time, lmin. «lacc. Amateur Handicap, of £15. Seven fur louga, L. If. Pendergast'a ftoldstcp. 10 5 ... 1 T. iSaundora' Hotouy Buy, 11.10 ... 2 1£. Brownee's Pistol, 11.12 3 Slick 10.7 also ran. Won easily* Betting, Kv«n» GoUUtcp, 3 to 1 Botany Bay. Time, lmin. oOsec. Bruthen Handicap, of £40. One and a quirter mile G. Collia' Glynne, 8 13 (inc. 101b pe ualty) 1 J. M'Oarlhy'a Surostep, 8 3 (iuo. 3lb J. Whithonrnu'tt Pulla, 10,1 (ino. 101b penalty 3 Weaves, Goldati'p and Godwin Laddio uluo ran. Won ver...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Cijostoii ok JiNOLAHp,'-Bundny, April C : Oineo S (H.U.), jl mill 7 30, Beuamhra 3, Ubv. U. II. Duvlin, , " Aorosa the Alpu to Oinco," One of tho miist hciutifiil ([uiiiu.boolio published in Victoria"? Ono shilling m .tho Standard olhcc, Omeo. . 1

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THE ORBOST RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

THIS OKBOST RAILWAY. Advertiser: Mr J.ujws Cameron, litid received from tho Minis ter of lldlwuys a communication in regard to the propose! erection of a dud purpose* l)rul^ti over tho Snowy llivor, which inust) Ik; regarded as very B'Uiftf-ictnry, indie itinin ib doea the probability of the bndyo heiuq con structed unci the r*\ilw*»y beiu# carried "beyond Orhost as curly us practicable, Tho letter in from A* r Donald Mac kinuon as follows : 11 Willi reft-nncu to tho proponed exM'.n*ion aero** the Snowy River into Orbost lowuNhip, buns which a depu tation, introduced by your-elf, siuv mo mi I he 2i*h of January, I have qono very fully tuioilm mvwero£ their n* (pies', and i', ^"->111* to 00* ih»»r. tho pwpi r Miiution of din M'ui'ien h ilia. «ho Vinous pirtion inM're.Ktod, viz., the Railway dep irtmeii'., the Public Wwks d> parunent, Ih« Uoun »y H »ids fioird Hiid tin- lucal municipi'iiii'^, should -l.aro the uxpciHo. of ilo* new hridgo f >i rO'ul aud railway purposes puj po...

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OMEO SCHOOL COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

OMKO SCHOOL COMMITTEE -Tli" now school commi'tee mob in tho Uiiii1" hi at i! school on Monday even tin,'. Thert* were present.: Il'-v. G. H, D.ivlin, Messrs D Eikins, W. lCr»cke, I'VJ. Pi'rry, W. Grnsn mid J, A. Buyforil. lt.-v. 0. IJ. Devlin wn« elected Chairman and Mr W. Unine secretary. The resignation of Mr W B. Rny nor wai accepted wiili regrpn. The vacancy will lie repurtid to the depari mnDt) in dup course and a upeciiii meeting of ili« piron's cilled to elect, someone to fill tliii VHoinoy. A communication wis received from the the department! that the ??Iterations and improvement* to tho m hool building would ljavo early cmiMderation, and it) in exppded I hat tho work will bo proceeded wit Ii at) mi .early date. Mr Bayford reported that he bid the fura of £G in baud from tho con cert) held pome timo ago, and that 1m was willing to hand itover to'the committee to supplement; the sum of £5 donation in hand from Miss Alston towards tho malting of a tennis court for t.l 0 girls...

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THE SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

THE SWAMP. | FROM ourt COMIKSPONDKNT] A moat enjoynblo day was spenb nb llio Mitta on Wednesday, 25th nit, Tho school committeo arranged for n day's outing for tlio children and pro ved n gront) success. Several visitors vvero present) and most of tho parents worn represented, nnd all responded most) generously to tho many calls which ninlto n picnic n success. Tho children assembled i\t tho school nnd woro driven to tho picnio ground by Mr Jnines Todd in Ins wagon. On their arrivnl dinner wns ready nnd justice wns donu to tho mnplo supply of pood things provided. Besides swings, otc., a progrnmmo of games mid races was arranged, somo of the Utter being very evenly contested. Tho iniinV handicap resulted in a win for 15. M'Cnrmnck, with Les. Ivory second nnd \V. Tulloch third. About. 5 p.m. ten was announced to which about '10 adults nnd DO children responded. After ten n. rattling day's I outing wns brought to a closo hy tho distribution of lollies, followed by the ringing of the n...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. HOME RULE CRISIS. CALMER CONDITIONS. FEDERAL SYSTEM PROPOSED. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS^ IIOM ouu UoitiiugroNDHNTj. HOME NUNC CRISIS. \ CALMER CONDITIONS. INDERAL SYSTEM PROPOSED. MELUOUIINK, THUIISDAY. Cnlmor conditions provnil in oounac- [ tion with tho Ilomu Kulo controversy, I itiul thn prospect.') of a compro.niso ] nro re(,'iirded nu baing morn hopeful. . When thu motion fiif tho eccond | rending of tho Homci Hulo bill wus submitted to thu liouso of Commons, Mr Wnltor Loni; (Unioniut)) moved nn umemlmenh for its rejection, nnd in tho debnto bh«b followed &ir Edwsrd C.rcy, Minister for lforoiqu Affairs, who was leading tho ilouao in tho uli.-cnci! of the Prime Ministor, said thsUs tho eotivei:uv' urn:* between tilt' government Mid the oppo.-ition should bo resumed on t.hn b.isis of estuh lishio:; u fed'-rul i>y.it.em for tho whole country In-fore tho end of six yenrs period, nnd tho country musl sobtlo tho question before 1 lint: period, ns tho- "uvpriiuien'. would not) oxtend it. Id bus been luinounced thnti Jnuies Lsrkiti, i ho Dublin...

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CORRESPONDENCE. The columns of this paper are open to correspondence on matters affecting the public interest. Letters should be written upon ONE side of the paper only, and must, in all cases acc[?] by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but to show the editor who is responsible for the statements made. MR BENNETT'S SPEECH. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

UOIUtluSPO.NDliNOIi. Ttio coltimne of Lhifa paper m o npou to uDriespun douco on mntturA atfcciim: Ihy puMio iuuirrH. Lcttci'b biiotihl hi) wriitoti upon ukk ai<lu of tho paper only, nnil miiM, m all >io aiicompiiuirp in- tlio nimio arnl iuI'Iicks of rho writer, not ucccbearily f<ir puMlcuiton, Initio nlmivtliu clitor wbo ib reepoi^tlAo for ibo Miuomonts inmlo. Jill BKN-NISIT'.S SVKIiOir. TO TIIIC KDITOH, »SiK,-In your rppm-i, of my fliuco mw^iny ih"M« h a ^11^Jir< nmir I would <. U«* fo eorr.-cf, Tlu» n-pnrt "Tbir'o.wi millions of tin* r.wi'tity milium'- of rcvi'uiiM £«-? uh import. fiiitiff. If tht»y hid a really I'iTectlve toi-iff ib would uh'«II h reduc tion of iIio*L» duHf.-," TIih error, I fancy, is in tlio l»sr two 'word*, and s |) on I d read: " ihah revenue1." An ini'ih'Otive du'y u lart!(1 revenue and doca nnfc protect tho industry, v/hilpan effectiveduty ;»ive« no revenue and protects I In* industry, -Ynura otcf, JAMES BENNET...

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OMEO LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

OMEO LAND SALE. A Si*le (if crown I'iricB was lipid at iho Court House on Friday, Mr C. A. Pearson lund i-flicer, presiding.' Lois 0, 7, S, 9 mid 10, 2 aires ciich, ou the Ohiki niuii lociil, in the parish uf IS unibii -luuneif, were sold to 15. Hay wur J ah tho upset) prico of £2 per lot-. An area of 2r. 32p. near the Iieiiam hrn state school reservn met with competition. The up^eti prico wua £S 10s ntid tho price was run up until it was secured by Mrs Mary Curmody at £20 Iuj, An allotment) of 2 acres at Toni^io West) to A. M. Forsyth at) tho upset prico of £8 and several allotments at) tho Swamp, near iho holding of Mr James, wero secured by Dmiei Caruiody at tho upset prico of JE4 per lot. Thero were several lota in oilier parts of tho district) for which no offer was received.

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CATCH CROPS—THEIR VALUE AND ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

CATCH CROPS-THEIR VALUE AND ADVANTAGES. A "catch," or ".stolen" crop is ono that in grown between tho regular an< uual crops of tho rotation, and which is 110a cousidorcd tlio main crop of tho roar. Tho chief crop oi the year uc .upior. tlio ground during the hummor month*, tvlulo tho "catch" or 'Mntor polatKl'' crop has Uh activo period ot growth in tho autumn, and perhaps itao in iliu Hprmg. In market gard ening, tho practico of growing iutorpo a ted crops is quite* common, but m ordinary agriculture it ib restricted in .old and temperate climates, rind is only 'xtensivoly practised in warm countries audi as Italy, whero numerous second- ; ui-y crops are successfully grown nftor tho ordinary corn harvest. In ? Britain tho practice is most widely fol« lowed in tlio Southern parts of Eng aud, whoro tiio winters are short, tlio autumn* mild, and tho spring « I J1 : tho norili of Kngland, and in Scotland, wIkto tlio climate is moro severe, catch cropping is much moro restri...

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PANAMA CANAL TOLLS. REPEAL BILL PASSED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

PANAMA CANAL TOLi.S. REPEAL BILL PASS IS D. The American House of Represen tative:) h-is passed the lull fur repeal of tho exemption of Americil shipping from paying tolls when passing through tho Piimiifi i cauil, by 238 votes to .102. During tho debate Mr Chump. Clark, tho Speakor, inado a bitter astack on Great Britiin.

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REPORT ON NHILL FARM COMPETITIONS. (A. E. V. Richardson, M.A., B.Sc. Agricultural Superintendent, in Victorian "Journal of Agriculture.") [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

REPORT ON NHILL FARM " COMPETITIONS. (A. 15. V. lliclmrdson, M.A., IJ.Sc., Agricultural Supormlondont., in Viotorinn "Journal of Agri culture. '') Tho results of tho Nhiii farm compe titions for 1913 nro herewith submit ted, and tho opportunity is taken oi congratulating the NhiU Agricultural Society on its achievement in suece.-s* fully organising and carrying out thir teen consecutive annual iarm compe titions, Tho uumber of entries (;>.],) for tin's year was the highest received during tho whole of the period under reviow. VAliUK OF COMPETITIONS. There can be no doubt thai the ' farm competitions conducted by tho society during the past, thirteen years liavo oeeu productive ot a vast amount of good, not only to the individual competitors, and to the farmers of the district, but also these competition have bad nn undoubted inilucneo on the farming practice ot the wheat areas of tho State. Tho competitions create a .spirit ot emulation and friendly rivalry between the various co...

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