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AN AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM.

WELLINGTON, September 22. The delegates to the Fruit Conference strongly urge the establishment of an agricultural museum, as in Victoria and New South Wales. Mr Crapes found that the system of grading butter was having a good effect. The Government grade was always ordered by one importer. Mr Grapeß found, however, that our butter was being sent to the East in lib tins as a New South Wales article, and he considers that New Zealand growers might just as well get the benefit for themselves.

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AN AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM., Issue 10426, 22 September 1897

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AN AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM. Issue 10426, 22 September 1897

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