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  2. Agricultural and Horticultural

    THE FARM.—Oats and barley may continue to be sown until the middle of May. Wheatsowing should also bo vigorously proceeded with, every precaution being taken to provide ...

    Article : 613 words
  3. THE EDUCATION QUESTION.

    A public meeting ma held in St. Francis Xavier's Hall. Victoria-square, on Friday evening, April 26, to consider the measures to be adopted to meet the educational want[?] of the ...

    Article : 4,236 words
  4. FAREWELL ADDRESS TO DR. BACKHAUS.

    Yesterday morning a deputation of gentlemen, including Messrs. J. G. Daly, W.W.Hewitt, D. J. Delany, and J. W. Egap, waited upon Dr. Backhaus, at West-terrace, to present him with ...

    Article : 1,397 words
  5. MORTE D'ARTHR.

    The following extract from the Laureate's poems has been slightly altered and adapted to the present state of public affairs in this colony:— ...

    Article : 375 words
  6. THE CULTIVATION AND PREPARATION OF CASTOR OIL IN ITALY.

    Two species, or more probably varieties, of Ricinus, are found growing spontaneously in the kingdom of Italy—R. communis and R. Africanus, the distinction ...

    Article : 1,681 words
  7. HOW ROBINSON CRUSOE PROTECTED HIMSELF.

    What is restriction of commerce?—It is partial prohibition of foreign goods. What do you mean by prohibition?—Complete restriction, or the shutting out of all ...

    Article : 2,048 words
  8. MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS.

    It is said that the British Association is on its bust legs. It is announced, says the Word, that the Grand Duke of [?] and his young wife will ...

    Article : 1,469 words
  9. NEW PROCESS FOR DISSOLVING BONES USED AS A FERTILISER.

    The importance of phosphates, such as common benes, as fertilisers, especially in grain culture, could hardly be extolled, and it would be presuming upon the ...

    Article : 538 words
  10. THE BROKEN-HEARTED ONE.

    What is't that makes me melancholy ? I fain would laugh, yet oft'ne[?]t weep! Is't lore? or joy? or stupid folly That lays my gladness low and deep ...

    Article : 119 words
  11. THE POTATO-DIGGERS' SONG.

    Come Connal acushla, turn the clay, And show the lumpers the light, go[?]oon, For we must toil this autumn day. With Heaven's help, till rise of moon. ...

    Article : 460 words
  12. EGGS FOR HATCHING.

    The eggs to be chosen for hatching should be round, not pointed; symmetrical, and without any apparent blemish. They are beet from a hen between noe and ...

    Article : 792 words
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