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WHEAT ACREAGE

WELCOME INCREASES.

Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright,

M ELBOURNE, January 5. The Commonwealth Statistician estimates that there were 14,582,953 acres under various crops in the State at the end of 1914, an increase of over 5,000.000 acres during the past nine, years. The wheat acreage increased from 6,269.01=0 acres to 9,287,000 acres iu the same, period, the increase for 1914 being 2.000,000 acre*.

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WHEAT ACREAGE, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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WHEAT ACREAGE Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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