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MAKING CHEESE AND HANDLING MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

MAKXING C]EESEL / ATD. HANDLIl3 MILK. his was the subjectof a'discourse y, T. Ballantine, i, of Stratfod, Ontario. The first'reuisite, he said, iii making cheese is 'to have the milk at the beginning of the 'process -in proper order. tUtenisi ýshouild all be iproperly' cleansed anli scalded, and cleanliness 'nowhere verlooked. In the fist' part of thd seasoi cheese should be wade with rderence to early maturity--the earlier the better. 'In' his practice this is accomplished by a free.use of emiet; ising enough to coagulate'.n card haid enough to cut' in 25 or"30 minutes. The heat should be. applied very gradually and the whey driwn upon the slightest approach to 'acidity, the curd allowed to pack on: theliottomi of the vat, and the-Cheddar process followed aid alittle salt '(1i pounds to 1,000 pounds of milk) used,: arid the curd cured' in an even tem perature of 75 degrees. As' the sum uer advances he uses less rennet and more sialt-2 poiunds to 1,000 pounds of milk-and cures at 65...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

The letter was to his mother :"Dear Msa, send me a clean pair of socks -and some hing to eat; also a-clean-handkerchief anid mething to eat." ;3

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SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST THE KERANG COACH DRIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST THE- t KERANG COACH DRIVER .. aI On the night of the 13th ultimho., j says the 'nglewoodo Advertiser an affray occuried'iri Brooke street previous: to the starting 'of the Kerifg coach,aMr eI GeorgeDavinsa draoer'ir the 'vicinity of Sandhurst, refusing to give up the box seat 'when requested to do 'so. byj the cdochmimai and afterwarids' by .the bi agent. 'Eventually the coachinman,. P Charles' Wilson, 'is stated to have thrown Davis off the box upon the p, metalled road. Davisreceive a severe slhaking and bruising, and was' unable o1 to continue his journey. He was, 'at the instant' of those 'connected with D the coach, taken to Mrs Butler's res- t taurant, and was attended profession ally' by Dr Bearnm, who pronounced him to be suffering from no very seri iis "affection. Davis afterwards re. tuirned home, it beinig stated that an n amicable settlement of 'the affair had' been arranged between himself and Wilson. Since that time, however, he J' has got much v...

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, Sept. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

KUERANG P''PET rY"SESSIONS: Monday Sep-t'29 IBefore Messrs . Taverner (clir man), and T Littleton,. Js.P. Shire of Swan Hill v John Gleeson. ,Rates, £3 s 4d. The defeeice'wes yman),andT.ottlet n, Js F e * the defendant was lwmng on seom arty belonging to Mr Luke, and .ierefore contended that Mr Luke was the person to sue. No appearance of plaintiff. The Bench dismissed the case, with 10s costs. In the following cases there was no appearance:-Shire v J. Cunningham, rates £2 S; same v Chas. Rolbert on, £3 9e Sd; same v. James Willis, 15s lid ;same v TYm. Rickey, settled. Donald M'Inncs v John Ilsley. Goods, £19198 lId ; order for amiount, costs 5s, payable before O3tlh Deceni ber. Same v Wm. Cole, goods i£2 $s` id, settled. lfhe Court then adjourned fora fort night. _

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

GOVERNAfENT GAZEn?. Applictions under the Land Act not granted :-J. O'Grady, 240a, Budgerum West, about 120 acres open for selettiosO on 11th October next, at nine .m.; j. Boyd, 319i; Bael Bael, also open for selection on same date; W. B. Morrison, 320a, Yarrawalla; T. Edwards, 319a, Yarrawalla. Applications for licenses approved: C. Quin, 281a MinchaandMinchiawdt; J. Pattison, 320a;Meering; C. A.Plnch,; 320a, 1urrabit;'R. Fenton, 276;, Mincha West; G. Briggs, sen., 320, Dartagook; J. Ottrey, 239a;Mincba West; J. Wiiter bottom, 199a, Minciha West; Jas. Win telbottom, 320a, Mincha West; S. Win terbottom, 320a, Minchb West; John.C. Winterbottom, 269a, Mincha 'West; Y. Dawson,178&, Mincha West; C. Burgess, 320a, Yarrawalla; Haninah Venables, 320a,-Boort; J. Albision, 200a Murts bit; T. Tym, 226a, Yarriwalla; F 11Y°O. 200;, Kinypanial) G. R. Beer, jun., 320i, Kinypanial; R. Osborn, 10Da, 3Mysa; A; F. Kentish; 319a, lioncha:Westi H. Dee, 320a, Mincha West. Aplications for leases ...

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WORD FOR OUR LOCAL CLUB. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

VORD FOR OUR LOCAL CLUB. lbu EDITOR or THE KEinG TImES. Smo,-Having occasion to be in the. town last Saturday afternoon, I* was glad to be a witness of that world re uowned game called cricket as played by the Kerang Club, and I was also leased to see that the young inen of Kerang had aroused from their apathy,' and meant to show the old ones what stamina and pluck could do if the club as properly organised. Judging by the play I witnessed, I can safely. say that the players will render a credit able account of their doings for the season; in such players. as Jones, Donaghoo, Wilkins, and Colman, the club hare a host, and if. the other players will follow their example there will be no need of Australia wanting cricketerq. The wicket keeping and fielding of Jones, the bowling of. Wil kins and Donaghoo,. the batting of Colman, and the general play of the uhole was to be admired very much, in fact every player in the field seem to work with a will. The young Taver-. Hers bid fair to b...

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CORRESPONDENCE. WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. WATER SUPPLY. Tao TIOSRDef OF THe KsanIa TIMES ., sn,--r believe the council have under consideration the advisability of dumming the Loddon for the purpose of filling the numerous lakes that abound in this district.- Now, Mr Editor, I think if the councillors were to persevere in this matter, and calla public meeting of the .ratepayers to discuss the best means to be adopted to serve the greatest number, and take a broad view of the subject by. sending a circular round to a few of the pro-. nineit men in the district, extending from the Durham Ox to Swan 1Hi l, aking them to attend the nieeting,. so a to form a committee to act with the 'cil, to lay our claims before the Sanment and Water.. Supply De s :nt for a subsidy out, of the proet appropriation for water supply,. o carry out the object. above-named.. sow; sir;-it is a patent fact. to us all hat unless we can get a supply of aater for cattle and irrigation, the land ill revert back to the large land olders, as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

N KERANG CATTLEMMIEET.\ Mr MIsorrow sold severai lots' 'of cittle on, Iast Friday, thtere was a decided improve ruent in prices, and sellers satisfied with business done. The attendance was large, and we are glad to record an up 6warbdIteu 1 dencry. NOTICES.         WE, the Undersigned, Trading as A. CAMPBELL & CO. Cordial and Lemonade Manufacturers, Kerang, have This Day DISSOLVED PAR'TNERSHIP by mutual   consent. All debts are to be paid to ALEX- ANDER BOWMAN, and Liabilities Dis- charged by him, and he will in future carry on the Business on his own Account. ARCHD. CAMPBELL., ALEX. BOWMAN.   2nd Oct., 1873.     Witness—A.C. Bayly     a10 Accountant, Kerang.       W OOL. SKINS,-· TALLOW 1HIDES, " Cashadvanices imhde Kerang. MOTICE TO SELECiTORS AND OTHEI'S' H IGEfST PRICE iven for WOOL. IIIDES, .. '. TALLOW...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

NEWShA D 1NOTES.M I 2{I114 O ISraayII ! i. Ion ' The Chief Secret has eTe ph to13 ' 0I1 filrns the L'ostm ter-General of New..k',. s1outh lVales intimat is e the terpas ofrtt rfct, r i tlieiip *e 1;a ' ll lh C` l anson Cin ;"Pr pay for the..supply p i gramis Ito j the!Goveronentsenfitlm press of I the, colonies ais ridldr : ,,'t1 t will ,;h remembered ta. it wa pro posd that tlhe ,res dcic e. Governments' soIldyrbeceive, surol iau telegrais a'a fi rediction -of;. fifty,: ie r.cent and' th& pres : at a reduction, of seveonty-fivdpe conl orn.thle prese ratei csider atigoi off the. payment ,of a jsubsity. E ingig thlie currency of the subsidy the Governmentseconcerned will hae 1the ri ht to pucliasgae.the cable betwee i Singapore tl fsnd 1ort!Darwin after the company hias for hi ive yearspaid a dividend, of 10er cent Mr i Brry is ivaing several afto f the aereement prepared, ith a ie of t once forwardiingcopies toCol. Gover, and the tovrnments' of Newi, South Wa les5"ffd Sonths...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

AGRICULTURAI NQThS .' " The rain that fell last week has .been. productive of much` benefit to the grow ing crops, particularly thel late onies, bont Sandhirst. .There was,,not, however, a sufficient quantity in somne)parts of, the: Blendigo district, especilly about Lake Cooper 'ind the Terri cks: TI e warm sun coming :. after .: the rain .would help on vegetation rapidly, and even pro mnote the groiwtls of asses mnaterially. 'ie ,hear very" good accounts geiierally from the 'Axc Creek and En,i as "tell, as i Camnpaspe and'Bullock Creek districts.. .In some parts:'f th lower Loddoii districtsor I anid to:ard th&TerrilCs in maidny instainces, I tlhe crops appear tobe getting istunttd, a'ind the feed for cattle:is becoinig poor, daily.7 More rain is imuchrequired,piarticularly in the direction of the lMurray I .:: : The .crops in thlieSerpieneti district 're all: looking very'well, ann iti asail ;tisul soinid of thienwill go about forty~ bushels; to the acrer , 'r.J," 1\`itho...

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STONEWALLING IN THE HOUSE! MR WILLIAMS' AMENDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

'Mic'WfitiirAuirAbhtEN itmtEr,-'.T In te diniciit io o'ii' eause '4fS the RIo ~ Li form q4 hp,, ssemlily. onI learn-froiirthe "!. ss that agreu e .1 took plie.: 'The Kmenidinent ,.of :AM. It Willam's ;'rest[ricting th'e power "of aite: Asabehly to pass money bills m 8spite of the Council,: to, bills ,of Supply arnd L Apprpriation Act,.'rassvery warmly asupn portedl by-'Messs"'Cssey," Cooper" land i Robert Clarl Tih' e e.fevenmn "from The diner hour wais spent in discussing athis topic,'and at. 11 o'clock Mr,' Service rose said siigested that) proogress -ishould: be re porked, but the Government indignantly sepudiated the suggestion, oni tihei grounid that 'too :mitch :timhad. beenwqasted :al ready?'' If the clause 'were divided. upon that would be sufficient but 'r Berry inti-i mated tht l he would ssi'st'tpon b *decision beisg"arrived at if he;had to sit tliho niht I outi '- Thie announcement was sunificient to. arouse'tlh ir of Me. srs Bent and latmson,I who immniediately pioteste...

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MR WILLIAMS' MEETING AT EAGLEHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

MR V WILLIAMS' IEETINGAT--| 1 On onday at tlit'TwinHaill glehawk, Mr HI.- 11 Villiams ,a.L.A., addressedbe- f tween eight andnine hundredoffhieelgetors ;ý I The mayoi occupied the chair.. ajor Smith t Minister of Education :'was: also piesent, and tookTpart in' the:procedmngs. Mr "i' iamssiadicaled' t!he meeting f ipurpose oQ explainingitheipIrt. ý e. had.taken '.6 in reference to the Reform' Bill now before In his. opening, remarks, .Mr.. W ilin:s .d stated'.that.. he was : glad ,to observe theb meeting lad gieii' Major Smith so.enthui aiastic' a' 'reception, for he' had been ex- i ceedinly andioni that i'.member of the Government should be present at th'e:ieet t ing. -The-holri gentleman then.went.onito speak in efreerence to the aiendmnent moved by hin in th liel'iouseiwhich, had created i such a storm. lin e hid hot brouilift.it' I forward'; altogether in hostile spirit.,,'l. Te, 5Oth':section of the Coristitutioni' Act,;now, gives power to the .,Isscmbly .':t, 'initiHte 1 monev...

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[?] MOR AND THE LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

.T EioR AND. THE LADY. The accident iwli I h occurred at iRowian's Watterloles, wse re glad to state,,ias,not of such a .4,jier e' character as was at first antici Date d.' It ocdnurred in' tliis wiway :-A lnum her of young: people, assembled it 3Mr Caldwell's on last Saturday, and ui nost other'-atirinsetinents'it was sug stia ;d tlhi aliss I{bisitdy should miount a, 16 ttle Timovyponya that was there. ITT c the Timnipo hld' a saddle,.on, buiti ir istead of the young.lidy getting coandt te saiddle, shego'on behind it,in airdh r no doubt, to havie. the sadle to Hold on by. Of course it is notto be exie cted that ' all young ladies are first olis joclkeys, and this, young lady was no, a sception. to the rule. .The pony, .alth augh exceedingly quiiet, is- not used to. I adis mouinting behind: the saddle, mdiL the moment' the folds- of the lady's gars tents fell racefully over the pony's hind: q4uarters, he practically demon aitf ed. that he would. not be subjected Ing.p :tticoat gover...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sandhurst, Thursday, 5.30. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

LATEST INTELLitmGENC 3Y ELECTRIC TELEGRIIAPII in (ifosl OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Sandhurst, Thursday, 5.30. The ReformBill passedthe Assembly last nigiht. The SiupplyjBill was passed by the Counicil;: ` % r'1:;'"r .;:.. The royal sanction has been given to thlie Loan Bill of five million; mant goes hoine by this mail. . : - Dr L. L. Smith's motion for penny postage on letteis after 1st;January has been, carried. Thirty-eight votes to eight againstthe abolition of,postage for newspapers was' struck out. T Krs"Kilapott ot telkeeper, Maiden Gully;'diedliiddenly to-day. :It is re ported that bruises-were found on the body. Four meiisuspected to be, the priso ners that escaped from the gaol author rSites at Maryborough, camped on Tues in- - iHo din'apaddock near Derby. They. were seen'm bririn ieir prison clothes. YesIterday morning they left for the road to Swan Hill; one tatoo inmark seen on one of their arms. The Mpolice nre`in purisiit of; them;- ,The men wvere- seen1 'n the.road to E...

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NEWS VIA CALIFORNIA. SYDNEY, Sept. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

NEWS VIA) CALIEORNIA. [BY ELECTRIC' iTEL EGR'PH] . (r .SYii.YSept:20. .J The mail steamer,t fromr; San Francisco arrived here this evening. She brings the foIlowing iteims oflnes m additidn to what was cabled fromi'Ndw Zealand. c' t = Lovodi,- Sept.-2;_. SThe miajority of the Indian Council op pose Sir: II. Rawlisson's scheme for the annexation of Afghanistan. Shere Ali will bereqiired'to receive a perimanent Britishl resideint at Cabul. .It is believed he will refuse, unless an aried occupation is threatened. - - - The Rnsian expeditioi to' Asia is 'defi nitely and completely;countermanded. The "Porte aslks: the -Czar . to assist in checlking outrages on Munssiulmans in Ron meilia. Tihe Czar thinks the accounts of, the atrocities exaggerated. : { Mr VW addington,, French., Minister of Foreign Affairs, :ihas said :in a public speech that he considers the peace of Ei rope secured.' The ilgairians continue to plunder and outrnge the Mussulman population. The atrocities! are horrible. ...

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DURHAM OX. October 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

,'DURBAM1OX. sesoa oUR Owa cOssESsp DENiT] October 1st. After pos'tig my last the much de sired rain begin tb fall, ,hd although not so abundant as reqdirad must have been ofinal'culable benefit 'tod the jdis trict. Our little community may fairly be classed. as peaeeloyin and law-abid iog, but.it is with regret I hear that there is a probability of proccedin s being taken against two persons in the I district for defamation of.character. Mr Randolph Kempl has sustaineda ratheri serious loss in the death of his well-known stallion.' The new bakery; has: been .opened, and the bread and articles in the con fectonery line. are quite equal to any thing produced in the large towns. Mr Neale has suppliedi:a want that has been felt for some time, and his enter prise will I hope meet with due re -ward. . ? r The report of the quarterly meeting of thg Wesleyan Mission here has been furnished to me,'ianid it appears there from thant.the income for the qiiarter was some.five pounds in exces of...

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SWAN HILL. Oct. 2, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

SWVAN HILL ,4' , 4 eounoua owoir COaSSPsrolT ] r fiOctj, ',87g. SIt seems tome spketty gefserally expressed opinion that Job'\.was a patient man, but then he was nct,-as fatas-history informs us, correspon dent for a loca 'rgg" Had he, fo, instance, been compelled to find nev for the- jerusalem-DailyChronide, and things as flat as they are here, I think we might have heard a different account of his disposition for amiability. There is certainly the river traffic, but even a succession of cargoes of wool becomes monotonous, and you feel in the posi ion of rthe fox with regard to the grapes, that they have but :a fictitious value after, all, as far as the looker-on is concerned' The sheanug sheds in this neigh borhood, as far as, New Solith Wales is . concerned, are all "cut out," Boon' Boon being the last to add to the tira.. velling army of' maritjyrs. The gentle. man i shearer, seems to .have ,learnt wisdom by experience, 'aWnd objects strongly to be "lambed down;" the consequence...

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SANDHURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday, 1st October. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

SANDIIURIST CATTLEI MARKET.; Tuesday, 1st October. Messrs J. C. Walker and Co. report:-We quote beat bullocks 17 5s to 1S 1(4, gooild £ to £7, ibest cowsi£6 tob 7, "ood to 15 10s. Fat Shoei.-il1i4 yairded: We quoiate liest wetliers in wool 2li to 13= shorn Ss to Ss `hd, good we titers in wool a to.l0s; best cwes in wool 3,6id to lls, good do. to 9s. - Fatit LnIbs-1772 yarded, which were clewirisd t satstisactoryirates: Best incndo S to. s 3d, good' s to 7s lid." We sold a draft fromi Yarisiberi at quotations.' Messrs Ettershanik, Eiglestone, and Co. re port:-Fat Cattle.We. have sold '10S bhead, bullocks to £7, cows to 1(. Fat Calves.-Wo. sold 13 for differont owners, from 20s to t5(s. Fat Sheep.ZBet'c ti rbo wethers rbroughtfrd:i 1s to 13s Gd, others from 10s to lls, croisbred ewes from lis a(i to 14s, merino from Os to its lid, inferior lower. FatLambs.-We scold at freom lis 3d to Ss: ". S" "7- !. Messrs J. Slhadbolt iodiCo report:-Fat ^attle.-All best qulnity sold at fully late ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

SpR1 comrrs or f"C°1oBIA'A, U LV SOUTW H WALES',, (SoplqITQ-Oll 11EI ~ SO 'A II1Tt' Stth~ii'i Cdoth:Anotso]; n11w I u it` COMlLSSOý'EiOt theSl'xl'PRFEht COURTS' ,o~diisaiirlcr8T.~ Lb, ricl: h r icoo - o'`l " .!," 't ý- _:,i, . F, . ,1Rf A.SMELLF Y;.,.:\ :wl" lTl lý"J IVýiii H E ý%;ý hU rII oF B D 1I) L E Yo B EGS to nnnounctllptslioogires iustroction ron' th;PipfotnA residece, IKe Trnc. " Perms m 4id)DRESE H Iurr -v-tn,.,.: U Wig TI r '1 ^r ~ ND , ;.L : O'6':S.1Lh .1kL-Dý.L~sI:'At : rIoC 'I sO r _lnvi x"is; LS ' 'I DSM1:1NJI '' ten no 6 . " n vcv,\s tltr: sr. .,~ l GREA~'FREDUOTION lMIFP`lW,8_17 'Thoehc]rt u odhanlin"t oah Pianos, 6s ;`Organs; 4s¢ 3ew~nirrAfachiines,2s 6d N;O JSECUI TlYI XEQUIR.UED 1o . iitts r il'iisOlfloitIrro ._ I - 1 will sopplfy5O., .S 7OM!yrE~tSýAGITS. '"'r' * NEXflSHAAIROCK,. SANDHURST .., II - ; R: C.; BRISXOW A~r, J ten i I: Ag'eut for kcr og and District I (riaiUTiý 91:1 io vs:: C:ri (' 3zdn' 'OP ~~ Ir~nr:; Ici. T:.XI l9 J ELLY I, COIllift-ji§:~ AI'Tf itoJ...

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STREET TREE PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 October 1878

STREET TRIEE FPLATING It is now sp:nck'oedk ' forests Iv u.,... u ged:factithat grou 1 only retain nimosture in "the a i d, 1butattr'ac rain by the .humie timoiiphere which surrounds thesi.. It is also an acknowledge fact that trees plaintediii towis or cities tend in ib small degree to inmodify the cold in win ter hand the heat in'summer. :If thislis admitted by our cpuncil,aiid tlhetheory has been .pirctically put ?in ;efect in. many. cities and ,towns in the old. worldl, especially in America ivliere the: cultivation of shade trees to keep the: sun off the -foothpath, and the dust from the houses; is held in such Ihigh. Sestimation by the very piractiil Ameri canIpeople that not.a braichi or leaf of the trees is ever destroyed, either. dur ing their early grovth 0 or afterwiards; how much nmore necessary is it tbo adpr. the system here. Portions of Australia,. nudeless of trees, ,,do, not ,yield, a blade of grass' for six months in the ' ear thiough the fierce rays of the sun, an...

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