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  2. The Farm and Garden.

    The danger to which the wheat crops are liable of being blighted by the hot winds while the bloom is on the ear is now past, and the prospects of an abundant harvest are more than ever likely ...

    Article : 395 words
  3. THE GARDEN.—THE PLAINS.

    KITCHEN GARDEN.—Earth up celery carefully, so as not to allow the mould to get in between the ribs, as it spoils the colour. Earth up late potatoes and French beans. Gather seed-peas as ...

    Article : 517 words
  4. THE WHEAT AND FLOUB MARKET.

    The full statements which we published on the arrival of the mail with regard to the prospects of the English corn market, have given rise to much discussion in towu and ...

    Article : 2,015 words
  5. VICTORIAN AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

    The market for breadstuffs has shown much improvement during the past week. Sales of firstclass Adelaide flour have been effected at £13 for town and £12 for country made, though business ...

    Article : 904 words
  6. THE STATE OF THE CROPS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 9,178 words
  7. MAURITIUS.

    Breadstuffs have become scarce again, and very few sales from first hands have taken place since my last, to account of the absence of arrivals. Chilian flour is worth £5 20c. to £5 30c. per 100 ...

    Article : 88 words
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