Hearing that Mr. William R. Guilfoyle, the able Director of the Melbourne Botanic Garden,, had arrived in Adelaide, I availed myself of the opportunity of paying him a visit. After the ...Article : 4,022 words
These cattle are named after the island in which they are bred, and very closely resemble, if they are not identical with, the Alderneys, which are in vogue in the adjacent island of ...Article : 574 words
The Mount Gambier Agricultural and Horticultural Society's annual ploughing match for 1880 was held to-day at Mr. James Umpherston's, Gave Farm, about a mile and a half from ...Article : 401 words
These are very closely allied to the Carnations and Picotees, and are cultivated in the same way. The general method is to strike them by layers if the flowers are very good, and by ...Article : 146 words
This is a plant for the storehouse daring the cold season of the year, bat is very desirable for the conservatory when the temperature is anything above 50. The beauty of the plant ...Article : 299 words
[Correspondents are particularly requested to send their letters in time to reach us on Wednesday evening.] HALLETT, July 14. ...Article : 5,666 words
The flowers will soon be opening their front doors, and the stamens coming forth will annonnce to the bee world that they have on hand a large stock of purest nectar, which is provided ...Article : 838 words
The name is derived from the Greek word narke for stupor, on account of the dangerous effects produced upon the nerves by the odour of even the least perfumed varieties. For this ...Article : 260 words
Very many people imagine that the carrot and the parsnip ore only varieties of the same species, but this is a great mistake. The Dancus or carrot has eight species and many ...Article : 381 words
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