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" ... as injurious to the fruit-trees. Although in recent years tillage has encroached on pasturage, just as sheepfarming has been developed at the expense of cattle-breeding, the Argentine provinces of Entre-Rios and Buenos Ayres, together with the conterminous... "
The Earth and Its Inhabitants, Africa: North-west Africa - Page 465
by Elisée Reclus - 1895
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The earth and its inhabitants. The universal geography, ed. by E.G ...

Jean Jacques Élisée Reclus - Geography - 1876
...there, but in certain provinces the introduction of the domestic bee appears to have been forbidden as injurious to the fruit-trees. Although in recent...broken up in obedience to the peremptory orders of the all-powe'ul Urquiza. But these orders were of little effect, and the natives took advantage of the...
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A Statistical Account of Australia and New Zealand, Volume 2; Volume 7

New South Wales. Bureau of Statistics and Economics - Australasia - 1898
...is eminently a pastoral country. It contains nearly onefourth of the sheep of the world, as well as more cattle and horses in proportion to the population than any other country, while the numbers of its flocks are still increasing : — Sheep. Cattle. Horses. Swine. 1861...
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The Earth and Its Inhabitants ...

Elisée Reclus - Geography - 1895
...fruit-trees. Although in recent years tillage has encroached on pasturage, just as sheepfarming has boon developed at the expense of cattle-breeding, the Argentine...AGRICULTURE. Agriculture proper had at first a hard straggle, having to contend especially with the pastoral habits and traditions of the rural populations....
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A Statistical Account of the Seven Colonies of Australasia, 1895-6

New South Wales. Bureau of Statistics and Economics, Sir Timothy Augustine Coghlan - Australia - 1896 - 502 pages
...is eminently a pastoral country. It contains nearly onefourth of the sheep of the world, as well as more cattle and horses in proportion to the population than any other country, while the numbers of its flocks are still increasing : — Sheep. Cattle. Horses. Swine. 1861...
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A Statistical Account of Australia and New Zealand

New South Wales - 1896
...is eminently a pastoral country. It contains nearly onefourth of the shoep of the world, as well as more cattle and horses in proportion to the population than any other country, while the numbers of its flocks are still increasing : — Cattle. 4,039,839 4,713,820 8,709,6-28...
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The Progress of Australasia in the Nineteenth Century

Sir Timothy Augustine Coghlan, Thomas T. Ewing - Australasia - 1903 - 468 pages
...is eminently a pastoral country. It contains nearly one-fourth of the sheep of the world, as well as more cattle and horses in proportion to the population than any other country. Sheep. Cattle. Horses. Rwlno. 1861 20,980,123 3,846,554 431,695 819,147 1871 40,072,955 4,277,228...
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