IT may be taken as a rule that land is unfit for cultivation upon which surface water or wator in hollows will lie for twenty-four hours after rain has ce[?]sed to fall. In this climate ...Article : 1,729 words
"It never rains but it pours." This can be applied to steamers now en route for Australia. The Moses Taylor sails to-day, going to Honolulu, connecting there with the Nevada, thence ...Article : 1,921 words
AT the nomination for Western Downs on Tuesday last, Mr. Ramsay is reported by the D. D. Gazette to have said:—The present was the fifth occasion on which he had presented ...Article : 4,677 words
HOW were soils first formed? is a question which has attracted the attention of many of our most thinking men. Some assert that owing to the decomposition of rocks and the action of ...Article : 577 words
THE Auckland correspondent of the Lytlellon Times, referring to the scrip mania at the Thames, says:—"Bubble companies are springing up like mushrooms, and sharebrokers abound ...Article : 1,339 words
GAYNDAH.—From Degilbo, July 4.—Darkgrey horse, like W near shoulder; grey mare, like Ty off shoulder, like JP conjoined near shoulder, mark on wither; chestnut mare, like ...Article : 1,033 words
WHILE pruning, it is well to consider that the grape vine can be over-cropped like any other fruit-bearing vine or tree, and in doing this the quality of fruit is correspondingly less ...Article : 1,376 words
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