T- ■. KNOOURACE WHEAT-GROWINC
SYDNEY, November 12.
I 'Recivrd November 12, at 10 a.m.) I ,\ r , ~^„.r . -,e n ts have been completed for i thvnu'i'::j ' r'.nen in December 56,000 acre* : ,',.',,].■!■ i""r;r,vfvnm.-Til. scheme for i'icr"n«ni™ , ;ho Ti-hcai production of New South Wales. ] kttlr!- .-IV.' to be given a leasehold tenure, U-rlth liberal advances, repayable on casT j tonus A minimum price of 4s per bushe, ! ;<; "i-:u?,!itoed for all wheat from anv area ; ,'■'■■-,7Vied''in extefs of last rear's sowings. 1 ''['he Government have also earmarks! : £7,f(0.0m fr.r the purchase of seed wheat, i t '', to tarmers who. owing to I .'he "late drought, are unafcto to purchase !/jr ilir-niK-h-M through private channels. | iotato nLifiiri. ! SVHXEV. November 12. ! Th.- Irish blight is ravaging the potatoes 'in th-riarenn: River district. Precautions i arc h:\ni: t.'krn to prevent its spread. ! fatal fTre, i MI'LTiOT'KNE, November 12. ! Tiv a fin- at U:;ll:;rat Mrs Bntterworth ' an.l'hi'v infant were burned to death. The 1 husband rnnde heroic efforts to save them, i and re.-.'.-u,<i tiiree other children.
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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS, Evening Star, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914
AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS Evening Star, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914
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