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  2. FARM AND STATION.

    Experiments made by ns twenty years ago and more showed that tho common and almost universal practice of drawing the earth up in small hills around potato ...

    Article : 343 words
  3. FLOWERS AS ORNAMENTS.

    A laxly correspondent, writing under date London. 26th Jane, Bays a dancing were is once more passing over London society. It ia always difficult to ascribe reason for the ...

    Article : 667 words
  4. MAIZE CULTIVATION.

    Level, ahaUow. cultivation ig usually, but not always, best. If the ground is cold nd wet: thou it is best to; put in ridges which, will facilitate drainage and ...

    Article : 321 words
  5. SOME BEAUTIFIERS.

    The old saying, " beauty is but skia deep," doesn't keep any one among ne from worshipping at its shrine, does ft? And we never think of blaming the w^gphippers, but take ...

    Article : 883 words
  6. THE LADIES' PAGE. SPRING FASAIONS.

    We Ar ono mor taming our attention to the subieot 'of spring fashion which artf alway attractive, because they are eonneoted in oar minds with the: advent of fine ...

    Article : 789 words
  7. "VILLAGE SETTLEMENT IN NEW ZEALAND."

    " Cosmopolitan," io the Melbourne Herald of the,5th inst,, says:—The Premier of Viotoria the Hon. Mr. Gillies, has applied by telegram to the Minister ...

    Article : 879 words
  8. BUST IN WHEAT.

    Mr. Angas Mackay, the Lecturer in Agriculture, has reported to Mr. Gar. rathers, the Minister for Public Instruction, states the Sydney Morning Herald ...

    Article : 825 words
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