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  2. A SAD STORY FROM MORPHETTVILLE.

    "W. M. H.* (Morphettville) writes:—"To-day I have been carefully reading 'The Mail' almost from Genesis to Revelations, as is my custom weekly and note the ...

    Article : 600 words
  3. HALF-ACRE HINTS.

    "Yellowleaf" writes:—"Having taken your advice in planting my lawn, which we term the 'Mail' lawn, I seek still further your valued opinion re treatment of ...

    Article : 155 words
  4. RELIGIOUS WORLD

    Twerty-second Sunday after Trinity. Monday will be All Saints Day. The Archbishop of Adelaide (Dr. Spence) on Sunday last administrated ...

    Article : 1,659 words
  5. PERNS FROM SEED.

    "G. G." (Lameroo) writes:—Kindly let me know under the heading of Fern in your valuable columns. I put down two bricks of fern spores exactly as you ...

    Article : 149 words
  6. A CREEPER.

    "Shadehouse" writes:—"Would you kindly mind telling me in 'The Mail' Gardening Columns what would be the best creeper to grow over a summer house ...

    Article : 146 words
  7. ROSES, &c.

    "Gardener" (Black Forest") writes:—"Would you please tell me the names of these dark and light roses, if they are worth naming? Also name of white daisy ...

    Article : 89 words
  8. SHRUBS.

    "A. J." (Police Station, Cowell) wishes' to know of some shrubs that will stand hot winds, soil loose and sandy. To" "A. J."—Genista, Fragrans, Durante ...

    Article : 68 words
  9. Chief Justice Madden on Liquor.

    At the Rechabite celebrations in Richmond (Vic) His Honor Chief Justice Madden was the principal speaker:—"He was very glad to be present because the ...

    Article : 394 words
  10. ROSE PRINCESS ALICE DE MONACO.

    "A. B. K." (Nuricotpa) writes:—"We consider this one of the most useful for table decoration, a free and continuous bloomer. The flowers tost well even in ...

    Article : 81 words
  11. A LETTER FROM "SHORTY" AND ADVICE TO "RUSTIC."

    "Shorty" (Broken Hill) writes:—"Tell 'Rustic' I will build him a rustic house, 10 x 10 for £100, £50 extra for each square yard additional room, or if he likes to ...

    Article : 345 words
  12. BOSE TROUBLES.

    "Nectarine" writes:—"I also have two dark red roses in full bloom, and the centres of the flowers have a great attraction for ante, being simply swanned. Can ...

    Article : 83 words
  13. BEGONIAS.

    "Mrs. A. J." (Hyde Park) writes:—"I am so glad to send you a lew of my begonias. Don't you think that they are finer than last year? Hope you will like them. Please give them, to Mrs. ...

    Article : 91 words
  14. THE CAROB.

    "Old Bender" (Mile-End) writes:—"Noticing, your generous offer of carob seeds I shall be pleased if you could spare me enough to plant about 40, ft., I should ...

    Article : 302 words
  15. THE GIANT MARIGOLD.

    "F. W. P." writes:—"I am a constant reader of your notes appearing in "The Mail" of a Saturday, and am now seeking information as regards the Giant French ...

    Article : 202 words
  16. PASSION VINE.

    "Anzac" (West Adelaide) writes:—"Canyon tell me what is the matter with a passion fruit vine, the flowers of which fall off? The vine has made vigorous ...

    Article : 492 words
  17. A SHRUB AND A FLOWER.

    To "M. B. H."—The flower is Heuchera sanguinea a plant ire have often recommended. The shrub leaves we were not certain of, but it looked like a laurel. ...

    Article : 34 words
  18. COUCH LAWN.

    "Subscriber" writes:—"Would yon kindly forward sufficient carob seeds to plant a 70-ft frontage? Would you also let me know if it is too late to replant a ...

    Article : 68 words
  19. CURL LEAF IN PEACH.

    "Ashleigh" (Wynyard, Tasmania) writes:—"Will you please tell me what I can do for ray nectarines and peach trees? I could not get lime in time to use the ...

    Article : 337 words
  20. WEEK-OLD CHICK'S DEATH.

    "Novice" writes:—"Would yon please let me know through The Mail' if the enclosed grit would be the cause of a week-old chick's death? I have bees unfortunate ...

    Article : 197 words
  21. FERNS.

    "A. M. B." (Knightsbridge) writes—"I have two have maidenhair ferns both of which seem healthy, and are making new fronds. I have notices lately that the tips of the ...

    Article : 114 words
  22. WEEDS, &c.

    "Beginner" (Monarto) writes:—"Can you tell me the names of the enclosed plants—are they weeds? Are the roses Gruss en Teplitz and Jubilee handy ones? ...

    Article : 127 words
  23. To Correspondents.

    Aborigine."—1. Mr. J. R. B. Love, who travelled under honory commission from the Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church of Australia, recently ...

    Article : 1,359 words
  24. AMERICAN GRAPE FRUIT.

    "Knightsbridge" writes:—"I thought yon might possibly care to sample the accompanying fruit. It is the genuine American trace fruit, and was grown by ...

    Article : 193 words
  25. TO KEEP PEAS.

    "Constant Reader" (Parkside) writes:—"As I am a constant reader of "The Mail" and I find Greenleaf and Elschar's Gardening Notes very helpful, I want to see it ...

    Article : 107 words
  26. INTERNAL RUPTURE.

    "Thistles" writes:—"I have just lad to kill two of my best fowls through what looks, to me like a rupture. It is just like a protrading kidney about the size of ...

    Article : 160 words
  27. SWEET PEAS.

    "J. J." (Wallaroo Mines) writes:—"I am sending you a few Robert Sydenham peas. I see you have been asking for them, also a few other varieties. We have ...

    Article : 128 words
  28. RAPE.

    "J. McD." (Boseworthy) writes:—"I should like through, the medium of your paper lie method of harvesting rape seeding I have a heavy crop which I put in for fodder for cattle, which I may get the ...

    Article : 107 words
  29. SNAKE BEANS.

    "Mailite" (Unley) writes:—"In last Sunday's 'Mail' I observed an Auburn correspondent asking for snake beans. I happen to have five more than I require ...

    Article : 69 words
  30. The Ritual of Knighthood.

    The Rev. James Black, who occupied the City Temple pulpit for three weeks during the absence of Dr. Campbell, is a young Scottish minister rapidly making ...

    Article : 429 words
  31. NEW IDEA FOR WATERING MARROWS.

    "Amateur Gardener" (Torrenville) writes:—"Will you kindly forward me enough carob seed for SO ft. if you have any left? I have grown a fine lot of ...

    Article : 232 words
  32. A POPPY.

    "New Mailite" writes:—"I am forwarding you under separate cover a flower of White Swan' (Hurst), described as ex-double white Iceland poppy. This ...

    Article : 186 words
  33. A MAIL LAWN.

    "B. M. P."writes:—"I pat in a 'Mail' lawn about five weeks ago. The Fescue is up, and is about 1½ in. high, and the couch is just showing through the ground. ...

    Article : 112 words
  34. Advertising

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    Advertising : 419 words
  35. A HEDGE.

    "Mrs. R. L." (Walkerville) writes:—"I am anxious to plant a pine hedge around my garden. Would yon be kind enough to give me a few points ...

    Article : 329 words
  36. KILLING TREES.

    "X. T. Z." (Lockleys) writes:—"Some time ago you "wrote on the destruction of large trees by chopping around the trunk and pouring on a liquid (arsenic) ...

    Article : 279 words
  37. TOMATOES.

    "H. C. M." (Norwood) writes:—"I would like your advice in regard to my tomato plants. They are only young plants, but are showing signs of ...

    Article : 118 words
  38. A SEED QUESTION.

    To "Mrs. W."—We were pleased to see your flowers. The poppies were nice in clour, but seed of even better strains is so cheap that it is hardly worth saving ...

    Article : 66 words
  39. A DAISY.

    "Roderick" writes:—"I have a Marguerite bush grown from a cutting, which until recently was in a most flourishing condition. Now it is slowly but ...

    Article : 202 words
  40. RHUBARB AND CUCUMBER CULTURE.

    "J. O. C." (Parkade) writes—"I would be deeply indebted to you if you would let me blow in your simple and practical style the correct method of growing ...

    Article : 389 words
  41. GRAPE VINES.

    "New Subscriber" writes:—""Will you please advise me the proper way to water grape vines? Now that the fruit is setting should I water freely or not? In last ...

    Article : 124 words
  42. POTATOES.

    "U. F. K." (Broken Hill); writes:—"Could you give me the right time when to put potatoes in to obtain good results? We have beetroot growing, but somehow ...

    Article : 185 words
  43. BROKEN HILL FLOWERS.

    "Mica" (Broken Hill writes:—"As I am passing through Adelaide I thought that a few flowers showing what we can grow in Broken Hill would perhaps be ...

    Article : 174 words
  44. INSECTS ESCAPE.

    "W. E. H." (Eurelia) writes—"Being an earnest reader of year paper for some time past, I would like to trouble yon with, an enquiry as to the tin of insects I am ...

    Article : 111 words
  45. GOOD SWEET PEAS

    "H. "V. C." (Gladstone) writes:—"By this post I am sending you a. few sweet peas grown in the railway station yard at Gladstone. Hot north wind ...

    Article : 133 words
  46. SMALL WORMS.

    "Shadehouse" writes:—"I should like to know if you can tell me what's the cause of a lot of small worms about as big as a very small aphis, and look like a ...

    Article : 96 words
  47. BLACK SCALE.

    "Freffans" (West Adelaide) writes:—"Could you tell me how to treat my orange, lemon, and other trees that have the disease? I have enclosed samples ...

    Article : 70 words
  48. LUCERNE FLEA CURE.

    Mr. P. F. Doeman, Hauteville terrace, Eastwood, has found a cure for lucerne fleas, which were troubling his asters. Quarter-pound quassia chips and one ...

    Article : 61 words
  49. A BORDER WANTED.

    To "J. J." (Beulah road)—Antirrhinums, asters, zinnias, and other summer annuals are all suitable for the purpose. It is just a matter of what your prefer ...

    Article : 37 words
  50. A SEEDLIST WASTED.

    To "R. F."—We endeavour to do this week by week, and find that is all we can manage at present. Some day we lope to be able to do something of the sort ...

    Article : 49 words
  51. NAME OF A ROSE.

    To "M. S." (King street. The rose sent is Beaute Inconstante "Greenleaf." ...

    Article : 21 words
  52. NAME OF A CREEPER.

    To "Enquirer"—The creeper is Tecoma Australia.—"Greenleaf." ...

    Article : 13 words
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