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STATE OF THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

State of the Country. Although tbo English people have borne the costs of the war with exemplary resignation, they do not seem inclined to submit with equal patience to the hi'h prices of provisions, especially us it is said that tho holders of corn are keeping their stocks to keep up tho markets. This may possibly be true : vet. nevertheless there can1 be no doubt that in spite of tl'ie heavy pressure of taxation, and the advancing cost of the' staple food, the country is in a sound and prosperous condition. The revenue tables exhibit not only steadiness but im provement The increase on the lust quarter is near) y halt a million,' und on the year upwards of four miiions. Tho items of increase indicate n high rate of consumption amongst nil classes, while the items of decrease refer for the most part Jo those fluctuations which ure produced in the moment of transition by alterations in tho taxation. Wo may reasonably anticipate that tire coming harvest, which is expected to be abund...

Publication Title: Illawarra Mercury
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Local. LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE NEW CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL, WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

Intnl. LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE NEW, CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL, . WOLLONGONG. . . On Thursday last; according to nniioiiiicemcnt, . the foundation stoile of a New Congregational Church was laid 111 Market-street, by-tho llov. Dr. Ross of Sydney. Tho day was oppressively -hot, but notwitlistanding there were a large number ol persons prcsont. Tlio deputation from Sydney consisted ot Dr. Ross, Rov. Mr. Beassle.y, and the Rev. Mr. Russell, a missionary from British India. ? . Tho services were commenced by the Rov. .G. Charier, tlio resident Minister, giviHg out a hymn, afier singing of which, tho Rev. S. Wilkinson, Wcsloyan Minister of Woiloiigong, offered up an appropriate prayer. Mr. Charter then read tho inscription which was enclosed along with several current coins ot tho realm, nnd a copy of the lllatonrra Mereury of 'Monday ? last, 111 a bottle placed beneath tho stone. Tlio following is a copy of tho inscription : — 'The foundation stono of a New Congregational Church...

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TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION. ONE HUNDRED AND TEN LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION. ONE nUNDRED AND TKN LIVES LOST. An explosion occurred on Tuesday, tho 15th July, iii' the collieries of Messrs. Insole and Co., at Cynimer, situated in the Rhouddu Valley, about fourteen miles above Cardiff, which has produced consequences hitherto uuparalelled in the melancholy history of colliery acci dents in South Wules. It appears that on Tuesday Morning 110 or 11' men and boys went down into the Cymmer pit, little anti cipating tho horrible catastrophe about to occur. The two fireman, whose duty it was to examine the pit, to ascertain if there was any foul air or gas in it re-acsended at about six o'clock, pronouncing the pit safe. In less than an hour after — indeed, before some had stripped off their clothes to commence work — tho terrible gas ex ploded, and the affrighted people ran hither and thither for a few moments. Then ono fell in the dark, and others staggering along stumbled on their dead companions, and fell dead also. Here some were st...

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SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY. (Before Mr. Justice Dickinson and a Jury of four.) REDDALL v. CARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

SUP 11 JS ME COU RT. rui sn vy. / (Before Mr.; Justice Dickinson and a .Jury .of four.) /?? : Iti:i)DALL v. Cakti.r. ; ' This was an action for tho price of four bullocks, { bought with several other things at auotion by , the dor fendant. Tho oyidnnco was heard on Saturday, . and ,lenvivwas given to the dofoildnnt to amend tins jileadings, iuid the cause was set down lor trial again , 011 Monday. An JMiv/ifinn umc rnisoJ l-v iilinnlHK« i-ntin^r»l - fhuh tile anuMided pleadings were not according to tho Judgu's order. 'Tlio enso .was thou again postponed that . tho objeotion might bo heard by Mr.-:X)ickiuson, who/mado tlio order, . . ' . ?'?; ,. i: Mr. ;Faucett appeared for tlio plaintiff; Mr., Martin for. thedeleinlant., ? 'f'liu objection now argued was ^fo tho effect flint, tlio order was 011b' that lho defendiint should bo at liberty, to amoiiil the filing a special plea. ? That order was trans gresscil by tlio filing of : threo now pleas, and moreover, tlio contract alleged 111...

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Sydney Prices Current. (Compiled from the Herald and Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

Iijkttj pticts Cttmnf. (Compiled from the Herald and Empire.) Alos^-Englisli, per hlid .. .. 8 & 0 to 0 0 0 Byass's, por doz«« .... 0 10 0 0 0 oi Ns Alsop's, ditto ? 0 8 0 0 9 0. pij Arrowroot, per lb. ? ? 0 1 0 0 1 3. Ditto, Manilla .. .. ..005 0 0 8. ||r Bacon, per lb. ;; .. .. 0 0 0 0 D ili tel Bags, 3 bushel, per dox ? 0 17 0 0 18 0 f v;:- Gunnies heavy, per dozen.. 0 7 6 0 8 0 ; ;!3 Bark, per ton ? .... 8 0 0 10 0 0 Beeswax, per lb ? 0 0 7 0 0 8 f ' -fjt Bluestoue, ditto ? 005 0 0 6 Bread, per loaf of 2 lb. . .. 0 0 6 0 0 7 f)j| Bricks, English, per 1000 .. 3 17 0 4 0 0 j Ssj Butter — Fresh, per lb ? 0 1 6 0 0 0 ;;f|| Irish, ditto . . ? ? 01 3 000 Cork Rose, ditto . . ..010 Ola I'fcg American, ditto ? 0010 01 0 I'M Dutch, ditto ? ? 0 0 9 0 0 10 ||| Bottled Fruits, qnortz, per dor,., 0 11 0 0 12 0 Candles —Sperm, per lb .. 0 1 9 0 2 0 1 jSS Belmont, ditto ? 013 016 |5|| Moulds, ditto ? 0 0 Si 0 0 4 Mi Cement — Roman, por barrel .. 0 16 0 0 0 0 'ip Portland, ditto ? 110 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

Notico. ENTLEMEN desirous of becoming Agents for this : tJT Journal throughout tho various districts of New South Wales, and nlso throughout tho Australian Colonies, nre requested to communicate with Mr. T. GARRETT, Illawarra Mercury Office, Wollongong. LIST OF AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. Sydney ? -Mr. Edward Ferris. 1 Dapto ? ; Mr. Hobbs, Postmnstor. v. Miieqnarie River.... Mr. Joseph Dunster, Storekeeper. Shell Harbour ? Mr. Thomas, Storekeeper. Jnmberoo ? Mr. Thos. Tempest-, Storokeepor. Kiama ? ? ? Mr. Thomas Fuller, Storekeeper, Jerringong ? Mr. Bui-less, junior. Foxgronnd ? Mr. Joseph lilow. i Shoalhaven ? Messrs. M'Arthnr nnd Lindsny. , Ulladulla ? ? ? ? Mr. Phillip Murray, Storekeeper, ! Pitt Town ? Mr. Mackenzie. j liegu, Twofold Bay... Mr. John Jaggers. TERMS OF ADVERTISING Four lines and under ? ? ? 2i. ' s Six lines ? ? 2t. 6d. Eight lilies ? 3s. Every additional line ? 3d. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION If paid in advance ? Gs. Ou credit ? Gs. 6d. The Quarters terminate on the 31st...

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Agriculture. PRESERVATION OF POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

%'intltutc. PRESERVATION OF POTATOES. Wo havo much pleasure in drawing tho attention of the fnrmera of 'this district and neighboring districts to the following announcement of tho discovery of a new method of preserving potatoes for a great length of time; Tho plan has heen propounded by -Mr. I'okoriiey, ton commis sion composed of professional men, practical farmers, nnd other persons, in Melbourne, by whom its practicability, and adaptability to tbo circumstances of these colonies will bo enquired into and reported upon. It would be super/luous, we are sure, to do more than call the attention of the potatoe growers of these districts to the fact of tho discovery of this, to them, important secret. They have this veur sulfered severely from having grown more than a sutlicient quantity to supply our own market. Owing to this the price has been so low, as to render it unprofitable to send them to market. Tho consequences were that thousands of tons of pota toes were allowed to rot i...

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Original Poetry. STANZAS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

dDrigitwl |5arfq. STANZAS. UY L. L. X daro not hope to ttIii tlico lor my brldo ; For I ma poor, and thou hastuvor been Tended with euro, and hast not soon. Tho hardships ihoso must bear who atr'va agalrtat tbo tlfla. I daro not tell (hoc lior I love; for thou Art of a nature so coinpiiH.sionato That thou would pity me for my sad fato; And pity, e'en fiom time, would bu no solace no lfi I dare not look upon thy fiec, and yet . To feo.theo not is torture to my heart. ?I eannot tear myself Irom where thou nrt, Thou art so dear to me. — Would we had uerer xntt I I vWj not for oblivion of the past ! I would not, if [ could, that past forget. 'T were butter haply if we nuVr hud met; But, loving, X muH love thcu still while lifu doth lost. Dlawarra, October, 1850.

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THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

THE ROCKY R1V12R. (From the Armidale Express.) The diggers on this gold field are so scattered that to get correct information would be nlmost next to an im possibility; but, so far as I can understand, a number of parties ure doing- well.- I certainly allow that several are doing littiv or nothing but this uiuy in' a- great measure bo attributed to their want of knowledge in gold dig ging ; but the quantity of gold sent down by tho last escort, and the gold in tho possession of diggers who will not sell or consign it, go far to prove that this gold field is not falling oft'. Wo have had a rush a few days ago to a mountain at the head of Sawyer's Gully. A party or two who havo bottomed have got fair prospects, though not very pay able ; but the number of shafts in course of being put down will prove if their is a lead of gold in that locality. A number of diggers havo gono down tho river, where, it is to be hoped, on tho many untried points and ridges, they may discover something pa...

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WHEAT GROWING IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

WHEAT GROWING IN NEW ZEALAND. On tho prospects of Now Zealand of becoming n great 'wheat exporting country we (Argus) extract tho following remarks from the Nelson Examiner: — 'Tho Question now arises, at what price are we able to produce wheat? We must not look to Australia as a marKet inclined to give any price we nuty Jilte to ask,' nor luncy that wheat cannot be grown there ; already she has not only supplied her own wants but has actually ex ]-ortod. M o must not calculate upon drought j that was all very well when only a small portion of lior vast con tinent, was inhabited ; but now tier population is Rpreud over1 so large a surface, extending through so many degrees ol latitude and longitude, that it is not nt ail likely that it will sustain a drought in all parts at the imine tune ; though Sydney may bo suffering, vet Moreton Bay, or Melbourne, or Adelaide, may stiil be able to grow large crops. 'The prico of wheat in tho various parts of Australia and ill Tasmania averages ...

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HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

HORSU MAllKliT. - WMgrfc-Wnrtjii and Scinoder. report tiio horse market as hav e^tienii.ly dull duiiiy tiio piintivcok, owinir uhiuliy to Uiu almost total abfonco ot fresh country sioelc. Tliu fuw' wliioii ha\u beta bioiifelit in ueiu at onco disposed of. Dealers wero ntvor.at ap;ri..itti looH i.ji luatoriiiL to work uiion tiian at tbo ~t taome»t A draft of good uubrokeu ^olts is' iucU rxwr.-t far tho Sydnr/ market. - Mr. S. Woollor roports . Tbo horao market slill continues brisk Ho lms sold a (iroat number of horses ibis week, both for tbo country and otsowhore, at first-class price.', for tho I'ortlbillip and Adelaide market. Good upstanding horses, froiii from tiio country, and subject to |{»od trials, will scllathi!:h piicus, and aro in great demand, l'rieos may be quoted as lust woe!:. liurt.IIasstill. and- Co. report: No particular alteration in tlic horso market since last report. The same dciicient supply of first-class backs stilt exists, wliilo tho market is overstocked w...

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The Metropolis. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

&l)i ffiebnjinliii. [PIlOM OUrt 0WH OOUUESl'ONDHNT.] . Simultaneoualy with tlio nrnval at Jlelbourne of the Mermaid, bringing tho English mail, of tho 20f.li July, was that of tlio Sea Breeze, from Bristol, ono of a line ot clipper ships established betweon tlioso ports by Messrs. Sides, Kington, and Co. Slio nuulu a fine pas su go of J):) days, and tho mail slim was onlv 8 days in advauco ot her. Wo learn, by the advices Irom England, that tho Great Britain steamer, belonging to the same enterprising firm, being by tho cessation ot tho Crimean war, 110 longer under engagement to tho Government, will oro long renevjier voyages to Australia. - In the eourso ot this week wo havo had three arrivals from Great Britain, viz., tho.Ellenboroiigh, Capt. Hayes, 111 87 days from Plymouth j Ormelie, Capt. Lemon,' 97 days from Glasgow ; and Woolloomoolo, 9-t days from London ; all of which have brought largo cargoes of mer chandise. The English. mail ot tlio 5th August is duo, having be...

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THE SETTLERS' PRODUCE CIRCULAR. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

ML £-El'i'LEU&'.l,UOUUOE CrPifUL-Vlt. v .SVLUllDAV EVJM.SU, 41^ O'CLOCK- ? .in . ' ii, . ^ a 3, s d Wlicat, por bushel . , , 0 5 0 to 0 7 o Mai l, 1 o 4 n 0'4 7 ; Hour, 1st qualllj, per ton ? 22 0 0 21 '? 0 o' Ditto, Jnd, ditto, - -20 0 0 20 n 0 'lllu . . - 0 1 0 0 1(, Ila-, oaten, per ton ... »T 0 '0*- * 7 0 0 JJiito, lucerne, ditto .... / ...- t 5 10 0 *5 10 0 ^V1' ??? ~ ' a io o, . 2 i0-7o; L'otuloe., por ton .. « - ] 0'0 'l 30 :fl UiHlm-,lsliiual. (plentiful) v i ' 0 0 1b' ' - 0 ' 1 o llitio suLonit quality ... v ... . U .0 8 i 0 0 10 Ditio, s.iltandinloilor ..' . .:. nojiloniaud Uku epoi lb , - , ... -- ... ^ 0 0 7 0 0 R Uuton (pluil if ul) ...' ' 0 0*' 0 ' o'o 8' IVb'-i, per do/en ' . . ? r ii.,.r ,o i o ? O*' 1 ' 1-owN, pui pair ? .... - ... , 0 6 0 0 r, n UiijIis ... .. ... 0 0 0. 0 0 0 ..luiUoiS , t 0 32 0 0 10 ':t 0 2 0 12 0 v 0 12 0 i V plantiful Culvcs ? ? 0 10 0 1 0 O ? . ^ /WILLIAM Sl'l.E!!, Afient, ? CoiuuiLiual 'Wnarf

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ARRIVAL OF THE OCEAN CHIEF WITH THE MAIL OF 5TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

ARllIVAL OF THE OCEAN CIIfEIi^ 'WITIir TIIE AIUL ,01' 5tir AUGUST. The Wonga Wonga. brought. on the mail,ito the; Vlh, August,- to Sydnty on Friday-last. - Pat liamcnt waff-!, prorogued, by - the Queen's ..Commissioprs, -on the 29th July. V- , --v ., /-The new postal service by steam is to commence in October-, next., and every arrangement has Lcen made by the contracting company for the ' due peiformance of the contract. The White Star will bring the mails of tho 20th August. Tho title of -Duke has been' conferred on- Mar- shal I Pelissier.' ? -. ? .. \ The English, French, and Austrian; Commis sioners arc of opinion that Belgrado ought to be long to Turkey ; Russia, however, has expressed a dissent. . ? The following summary contains all the most important matter that has come to haiid; — CURRENT EVENTS. - I )-o Queen's speech, delivered by . commission at tlio close ot this session, is well enongb as a lenvcs-talciug ot tlio Lu^ibhitmo tor six months'; -but' tliero is lmrdly n so...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. : AVe havo Adelaide journals to the 15th instant. ?-- ? Tno . men, tho engineer and the stoker, were killed' on board tho Lady Augusta steamer on tho Murray by tho bursting ot one ol the (lues of tho boilers. 'Iho Adelaide people havo been planting somo seeds oi. the JJ ulcus nacaliaratas with a view ot trying whcLhor tho soil nnd climate uro tavorable to tlio cultivation of tho plant.. Whaling. — Our Tort Elliot correstiondent, writing on' tho 13l1i instant, says: — ' Yesterday, I am huppv to tay, tho proprietors of the W halo Fishery succeeded in the cantuK; ot a laniale whale and calf. Irom all I can hem tins has Loon the most lortunata take this season. —Register. ? ? ?: ?

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

TASMANIA. AVe have papers to the 15th instant. ., . ? Ill noticing tlio public revenue, tho Ifoharl Town Daily: Advertiser observes : — ?' In . the estimate . of the resources of. the colonists we ought not to omit that £100,000 of debciilnres have been sold by the Govern ment, which will account in some ; measures for the de crenso.of deposits iii the banks. It will be stiflicient, in order to quiet the iilarin of the croakers on tho export of, -specie, to state that. one-third lias always been held to bo sufficient;- com pared with the liabilities, of any, bank. Ileyond this, to retain specie is to retain so much unpro fitable, money.'. ?' :. _ - The Cornwall Chronicle of the lfith gives tho. follow.-., ing'as the state of tlio markets in . Launcestern - at tthat date : — ? _ Tho flour -market here still remains inactive, somo few shipments continue to be made to Melbourne, in-tlio face, of rather discouraging accounts, but wo have heard of no. sales except ill smull quantities, f...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

v WEEKLY OAT/EN DA H; 2 S '' . *11011 .sV-ATERVA'T iioxrn. day- 5 « yr '\\OLiiOiiaoNp.' | 1 ? V-1' llORKV ..KVbIv. '? M. II. M, V.j.. II. CM.' II. M.- Oct;, .27 M . ,5. 5 C . 23 '?£&'' : 8 . '3!) 8 ??' 4-7 „ ,.'2S 1' ..|.ri . 4 « G . 2 1 27 8 .OS 9 . 12 » 29, W..I5 . 3 ii . 24 ? 28^ y/i) ,2G 9 . 3G » 3) I? .5. 2 « . 2') 'o 9,48 10. 55 „? 31 F ..'5 . 1-, (i . 2ft 1 10 . 2 11 . 13 ; .Nov. 1 S. ...15 . 0 G . 27 2 10 . 44 11 . 42 „ 2 Sun. . 1.59 G . 28 3 11.20 11. 0

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Advices from Constantinople of the, 10th instant an-' nbunce that an electric telegraph will shortly bo laid between Constantinople and the Dardanelles. The Russiaii consuls sent into Turkey have left for their several destinations. The Governor of Trcbizonde hns sent two Battalions to repress tlio inhabitants' of the' neighbouring province; who were in rebellion after the de parture of tbe Turkish troops. The last despatches from Athens, dated the 11th instant, mention that Marshit Pelissier was expected at the Pircous. The Russian Government was forwarding into Greece tlio disbanded soldiers of tho Greek Legion which had been employed in tho Russian servico. Tho Government at Athens refused to receive these men, and demanded, that tliey should return to Odessa. Tho Government of King Otho requested at the same time the support of tho English Admiral, in order to enforce its protes't. There is a report that Marshal Pelissier hns been directed to come home by w...

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THE LESSONS OF THE PAST AND HOPES FOR THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

TUB ;LL&S02?S:.!O.P- -THE 'PAST AND HOPES J?OK - THE FUTLRE ... . A iTver yet was an error, committed, nor an injury' intlit-ttt],- , that did not: sooner or later produce an inconvenience, or meet, with -a punishment,' com - inensnrate,-to, - if. ? . This is as true in politics as an morals, phyoitb, . or mechanics; From the errors ? Committed in tne .-'inauguration of Responsible /Government, it-may he said,' arose all the disputes I and lll-leehng,. the envy and hatred, winch have- 1 disgraced; the Assembly, delayed legislation, and I y -pioyokcd feelings ef disappointment and dissatis ... faction lrom one extremity of the colony to the other. For a considerable time -prior' to the introduction or the. new Constitution, every ques tion. ot importance was allowed to stand over for settlement till it- was introduced. Never did a ; young heir look forward to his- arrival at manhood ?and; the possession ol his patrimony- with more eager, 'expectant, and exulting feeling's, th...

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GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

GAllDEMNQ .AND. ACtftlOUiyTUItAIi;: SIHJI01LVNDA JTOII ? ? Opl'OIJI-iK. .kitchen Gardrx— Nplntit k'ttuccs, potntocfl, cabbages, -parlfc - -«»ehalotR. Spw celery, pumpkins, peas, bou;cs, turnips, onioti3 jotks, brocolt, culjbiijres, American Cress,' kidnt'.y beuns, radiaUVs lettuce*, rtinal! salads, o.wrois, cucumbers. im-lons ?.Fruit.OardkN. — Look woil aflcr newly budded tree*; kuopHicm ffue trom -inscbfcf.. 'lluu apricot* und pouches. Keep strawberry ? bjHis irte lioin -voeil;^ «jjc1 tako ow«v Tumjor* ns ihov udvuucu; vatiu- the bedrt in dry woalheiv Giro jirape vines their first droK«- ? in*?; continue to rip, and; destroy , caterpillars: lop off young shoots. . ? 1 low nit (tAIvdi-.Ji. — Sow perennuds and biennials; water f re- ? quimtly in dry woattier. ? Plant tuberosss in hotbeds. Sow stocks ?and migmnnette. .Pjik AvuiWhLi.— -Vater .voun^ erei\rrecns and flowering shrubs once a week, and protect them Jrom the sun by sticiiine boughs auiou^ them. . * ° ? PrhLD^lUough giound, p...

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