These Notes are [?] the personal experience of the Minister of agriculture and [?] on the experience of the Department. No. 538. ...Article : 549 words
But she saw enough of his to know that the sight of the doctor was displeasing to him. He wanted to say something more to her, something ...Article : 3,079 words
Vicar: You mustn't neglect their education, Mrs. Craddock. Why, I had to pinch severely to send my boys to school." ...Article : 367 words
"More graves are dug for trees than for any other form of plant life," remarks the Superintendent of the Sydney Botanic Gardens, in some useful ...Article : 533 words
The Department of Agriculture has., recently revised the list of varieties of potatoes recommended for different district, based on the results of ...Article : 195 words
Of the diseases to which tomato seedlings, are subject, both leaf-spot and blight were prevalent, in some districts last year. As parcels of seedlings ...Article : 270 words
The selection of the sets lias,a most important influence on the sugar-cane plant. Vigour, stooling habit, and freedom from disease, and, of course, ...Article : 844 words
Cattle, sheep, pigs—under whatever live-stock heading it comes—the farm animal of to-day is born to a vastly more useful life (and death) than its ...Article : 689 words
There is a New York scientist who is greatly interested in coal mining. He decided to subscribe to a press-clipping bureau, to get every new slant ...Article : 126 words
when feeding sugar, syrup to bees affected with dwindling, it is not necessary to remove the ordinary stores from the hive, for when the bees remove the ...Article : 162 words
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