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CONTENTS.

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USEFUL AUSTRALIAN PLANTS ... ... ... ... J. H. Maiden 561

No. 30-an Oat Grass (Anisopogon avenaceus, R. Br.)

No. 31–Box, or Grey Box (Eucalyptus hemiphloia, F. v. M.) ALLEGED POISONOUS NATURE OF WHITE CEDAR BERRIES ... ... 564

J. H. Maiden

The COMMON Crow ... ... ... ... ... N. A. Cobb565 NOTE ON IMPORTED FLOUR AND WHEAT ... ...F. B. Guthrie 579 THE ABSORPTION OF WATER BY THE GLUTEN OF DIFFERENT WHEATS ... ... ... ... ...

...F. B. Guthrie 583 TICKS

...Claude Fuller 590 ENTOMOLOGICAL NOTES ...

... Claude Fuller 598 FORAGE PLANTS AT Wagga WAGGA ... .. ... Geo. Valder 602 TRIALS OF SALT BUSH AT WAGGA WAGGA ... ... Geo. Valder 609 The CHANNEL ISLANDS BREED OF CATTLE ... J. L. Thompson 612 EUPHORBIA DRUMMONDII ... ... ... ... E. Stanley 619

Revised Edition of Report.

CULTIVATION OF Broom MILLET FOR MANUFACTURING PUR

POSES ... ... ... ... ... A. A. Dunnicliff 627 BEE HIVES AND THEIR CONSTRUCTION ... ... Albert Gale 632 PRACTICAL VEGETABLE AND FLOWER GROWING FOR OCTOBER ... 635 ORCHARD NOTES FOR OCTOBER ... ... ... ... ... 641 Fary NOTES ...

Harvesting of Rape Seed; The Cultivation of the Sun-flower. GENERAL Notes ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 644

Treatment of Black Spot of the Apple and Mussel Scale; Our

Fruit Market; Simple Rules for Butter-making; Arrange

ments for affording information about Pests, &c. LABEL FOR FREE POSTAGE OF SPECIMENS ... ... ... ... List.oF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES' Shows

... 617

NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT.

It is hereby notified that all matter contained in the Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales is protected by copyright. Newspapers desirous of republishing any articles may do so, and are merely required to make the usual acknowledgment.

4th June, 1894.

EDITORIAL NOTE.

IN submitting this number of the AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE,

which, in accordance with the directions of the Hon. SYDNEY

SMITH, Minister for Agriculture, is the inaugural issue of

the publication in what it is hoped will be found by those

interested an improved form, I desire to solicit the co-opera

tion of the Farmers, Fruit-growers, and Pastoralists of the

Colony in furnishing information concerning new and suc

cessful methods of cultivation, treatment of diseases, weeds,

&c. All such communications—which it is requested may

be sent through the Head of the Department—will receive

prompt attention, and anything of sufficient general interest will be published, with due acknowledgment, for the benefit of our readers.

W. H. CLARKE.

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