A NEW LAWN MOWER One of the drawbacks to the ordinary lawn mower is that it cannot operate close to a fence, and will not reach into the corners, so that after a lane has been mowed it is necessary to trim by hand the fringe of grass left at these inaccess- sible places. This trimming. is common ly done with a sickle or with shears, and is a very tedious process. In order to
expedite this work there has been invent cd the grass-cutter which we illustrate herewith. It will be observed that the mechanism is carried in a frame support ed on wheels. The cutters rotate in opposite directions, so that they act like shears to cut the grass. In case a twig is caught between the cutters, a spring prevents breakage of the mechanism.