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  2. Station, Farm, & Garden.

    THE semi-tropical vegetation of our wanner months is now suspended: but oats kitchen vegetables, &c., do well upon well drained and manured land. Frosts are common in July, and it is a good time for ...

    Article : 1,865 words
  3. THE WARWICK SHOW.

    THE morning of July 1 was clear, bright, and frosty, giving every prospect of a most successful meeting. The town was busy with preparation from an early hour. As the hour ...

    Article : 2,065 words
  4. TRAINING FOR OUR FUTURE FARMERS.

    A CORRESPONDENT, who on several occasions has contributed to our columns valuable practical suggestions, addresses our readers to-day on the subject of ...

    Article : 1,794 words
  5. VINE GROWING IN QUEENSLAND.

    "ZADRIEL," in a late letter in the QUEENSLANDER, accuses me of being busy in fault-finding and not in giving any idea to help in the important subject of vine growing. In replying to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,194 words
  6. THE POULTRY CLUB.

    THE committee of this club have prepared the following report:— "The committee feel much pleasure in submitting to the subscribers the financial ...

    Article : 495 words
  7. THE BRANDS BILL.

    IT is not always that the most useful members of society are the most distinguished, and, on the same principle, sound, practical legislation, which does good in a ...

    Article : 1,441 words
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