' Times have changed '
J. A. Hanley
This talk will be rather different from most of the farming talks ; Professor Hanley, of Kings College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, will be discussing with Mr. Robertson, a well-known Northumberland farmer, the changes that have been taking place in farming in his part of the world in the last two generations. It is a talk that will be of as much interest to the townsmen of the North as to farmers.
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