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Miss Flynn and Her Lover. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Miss Flyim and flier JLovea*. Miss Mary S'lynk was studying medicine arid being courted at the same time. Mr. W- Budd. was attending to the latter part of the business. .One evening, while tliey wore sitting together in the front parlour, Mr. Budd was thinlnng 'should manage to propose. V^j explaining certain physiological \faets to liim. 'Do you know,' she said, ' that thousands of persons are actually ignorant that tliey smell with thoir olfactory peduncle?' ' Millions of 'em!' replied Mr. Budd. 'And aunt Mary wouldn't beliteve ^ie when I told her that she couldn't wink without 'a sphincter muscle !' ? ?' Howtmreasonablc ' Why, a -person cannot oven^ kiss without' a sphincter !' ' Indeed !' ' I know it is so !' ' May I try if I can ?' ' Oh, Mr. Budd, it I is too bad of you to mako light of such a i subject!' Mr. Budd seizedVlior hand and kissed; that. . She permitted it to rouiain in his grasp. ' I didntt Notice;' ? ho said, 1 whether' a— a— a wliai\d^-you call it? — a sphincter k...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

: AirAN novor knows how many irioiuls ho has until ho purchases a billiard tablo. . . w Louiso, .Victoria . and, Maud, tho .youngest daughters of tlio prince of Wales, rarely appca1': 111 r any but - tho simplest drossos; :? 'l'hoy nr0 somotimos soon with their mother at tho thentr0 in plain white linou. or cotton sailor drossosi with' a littlo red trimming, and they aro ofton: mot riding and driving in neat sailor drosses: of dark blue woollon. Thoy. went with the r. father and inothor: to tho rocont Fronch fan- 111 ; gowns of plain -pmk cambric,, with sashes ot. crimson harmonizing with tho pink, v , ? 'J'1113, Man who Vonds-ror Import?. — As many do, ; an-' imitation or counterfort -.ot.' a; popular-, inochcinal ' cordial drunk; by thousands, knowing what ho vonds or. imports to bo a: pernicious i article, deserves summary pumshmout. . Boware ot so-callod tomes and dnuotics recommended as 'hottor' tlian ? or ;-the, same as.-TJdolplio. Wolio's Sclnodam Aromatic Schnapps, and purch...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Somebody Loves Me. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

Somebody Ijovcs Me. Two or throo years ago tlio Superintendent ol tho Little Wunderor's Homo 111 li ? received one [morning a request from tho Judg-o that he would como to tho Court houso. Ho complied directly, and Iound thoro a group ot sovctf litt],o\girls, ragged, dirty, and forlorn, b^ond what ovon lio was accustomed to see. The, J udgo pointing to thom (utterly homoless and ? friondloss), snid r . , ' Mr. T ? , -can you take . any , of, , those?'. ? ? ? , , . .: ' ?? ' Oortainly, I can tako them all,', was tlio prompt reply. ''All! 'What 111 tho world can you do \\ ith thom ?' j.\ ?, ? ' I'll malco women of tlioni !' Tho J udgo singled out, 0110,: oven worse 111, appearance thanr'thovrest, and asked again-;; .. .. '?Wlmt will you. 'do with, that ono ?' ?. ; :; ' I'll make a woinaiNof hor,' Mr. T ? repeated, firmly and fcop^fjilW. - « . Thoy wer unwashed rtCd droSbcd, and pro vided with a suppoi^uid beds; Tho next morning thoy went into tho schoolroom wit'i tho ehildron . ... Ma...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

LOST, a Orev MAT E, branded A T on neai^ shoulder.' /ll RcMrd. SERGEANT GBIEVES, S*- ^7-ANrmGR^S! fe^ED. JOHN MONA^ To hat, \ ANEW BRIOHfllOUSE of 4 rooms, and detached ki ftl—good situation in Nowra, at rcasonablo/ont. Apply at Telegraph Ollico, Nowra. / ? ' ISclSjise (jolil Mining Company. ^ fjHHE Shareholders^ ip. tho Eclipse Gold I Mining CnnJaiyylyo informod that a Dividond of £40 pjfcsla^ig. now payablo at tho E. S. and A. C. Banhl Nowra. March 3, 1880. | ? Photography. * MR. S. ELOimra /MIOTO GRAPHIC STUDIO ^/.OPjSN at tho lato resi dence of Mr. Carl iCnJS, Nowra, and ho is pre pared to rocoivo Jbm ors from his Patrons in evory Branch afAh/ Art. 0i- CALL nftc/SEE SPECIMEN PHOTO GRAPHS, taken in Shoalhavon and at lSama. Anniversary of HTowra f WcMlcyan Gliurch. THE REV. GEOJTtVR-VOOLNOIJGH, M. A., will PREJ^I/n*EASTER SUNDAY^ A TEA-MEETING /ill bo hold on EASTER MONDAY. Mi). VOOLNOUGIl will deliver a LECTURE aftor tho Tea. Further particulars in a futiu'oissue. Gonoral l'o- 1 ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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William Acquittal. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

Williams' Acquittal. We ropeatodly hoar about 'failures of ' justice,' but it is seldom that such a judicial outiago is porpotratod as tho vordict-of the jury who 'triod llobort . Williams at tho Contral Criminal Court on Monday; Ho was charged with having violated, his own diiughtor, a girl sovontoon years of ago; and, in tho faco of evidence Strang enough to hang him twonty times ovor. tho jury .returned a verdict of ' not guilty'! ITo -was defended by My.: Buchanan; nnd though ho used his utmost abilities to damage. -thc girl's .ovidonco, lio utterly failed to do so. ? The uotonco setup was tho ono generally resorted to in such casos — that of a conspiracy, : nnd in this instanco it -was attempted to bo proved that ono oxistod between .the girl aiid hor mother- and nnothor- relativo; but tho cirounistnncos - connected with v tho crimo woro sucli- that: tho tho - theory of a conspiracy wris propostorous. . To maintain it, it would bo -iiecessary - to boliovo-that tho girl had arra...

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Coal and Iron Trade in 1879. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

v.-.-: Coal and ffroaj Trade At tho present time, when attontion is boing specially/ directed in our columns to iron manufacturing, the following 1 0,111110 of tho :v 'coal; and iron trade of ; the old world during, ?is the ,past,year.should be interesting. to;many. . .? of our. readors. Wo takeit from the Times ot 2nd J.inuiuj — I It .would he- difficult- to' imagine ? a moro rcmarkablo contrast ' tiian the ludusti ml .situation' at tlio end of last year nnd th? outlook at the prosont time. Then wo heard arising from every tiado and from . . ^' v - ovorj'. . centre -of manufacturing industry ? ? . ' complaints - of - depression, -disaster and loss, ? . which,: were .only, too well founded. Now ' ?liowevei'jV-. thore.-is !i: gonera^'ovival. of busi ness, t begcttin^uchV degiW! of animation . -? . imdicpiifidoncu. afe^thoSdrcumstimces up- to . . th'oY present, 'tii^ hiiwt *perlmps;! scarcely ?? v ^ fully;, warranted. TtN^ome extent,' indeed, . the '.experiences of 1872 havo been almo...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. Australian Wines. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

?? MISCEIifjASfEOUS. ? Ansiiralian Wines. : Thf, ? Stand mil, in mi article on tho advanced pnco ot wines 011 the Continent, resulting from tlio ravages of tlio phjdloxora, and tlio absence of an 1875) vintage, directs atton H--!.fion;{,to I tho ' excellent -wines of Australia : and California, and, as on many former occasions, recomnionded tlio use oi tlioso puro wines in placo ot tho adulterated article ivith which tlio continental merchants r :: :? supply tho enoi-mous^donui^fcoxisting 111 England. O110 miai li^no that, some wmo - dnnkors will givo tlniWnKiEjKos Mother wiiig prdducing countries, \vb lai 1V0 now gonorully . . ignored, a fair trial. It is perfectly certain ' tluit' in ordinary yours a vast deal of clarot Hand? ohampagno is drunk and paid for as such - which is not distilled from grapes that ? havowever s ripened -on tlio sunny slopes of ! c:vjy/^'v.^'\Souli1iorn':iFrauco.-' .Australia and Amonc11 1 aio, both'grapo gi owing countries, and ,we should' noli' do amiss ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

Appointment. ]\/I R. CHRISTOPHER MURRAY, of Numha, 1-1 Shoalhavon, has been duly appointed AGENT for the Shoalhavcn Telegraph and Kiama Independent. All Orders for Advertise ments or Printing received through him will bo ? promptly attended to, and his receipt for sub scription 011 nccount of either of tho abovomon tioned Journals will bo u sufficient dischargo. JOSEPH 'WESTON, Proprietor ' Independent and The Telegraph. Independent Office, Kiama, Nor. 6, 1S79. 0^ Meeting to. be Held. ? 'Tho Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Tomper 'ance, meotatTomperanco Hall, Terrain, Tuos . ? day, 30th inst., at 7-30'p.m. $1 )t . AND SnOALIIAVEN ADVERTISER. Published every Thursday Morning , ' ? THURSDAY, MARCn 11, 1880.

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Shoalhaven Court of Petty Sessions. NOWRA, TUESDAY, MARCH 9. (BEFORE Messrs. Z. G. Bice, B. Brown, John Glanville, and H. G. Morton.) LARCENY AS A BAILEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

SHoalhaveii Court of Petty Sessions. Nowra, Tuesday, March 9. (Before Mossrs. Z. G. Bico, B. Brown, John GlanviUo, and H. G. Morton.) LARCENY A3 A BAILEE. Alfred Hoborts, Solicitor, in custody, was brought up on information filed by R. J. Ilindor, of Torrara, charging dofofondant, under 22 Vic., No, 9, with larcony as a bailoo. Mr. Richards, on bohalf of tho complainant, applied for tho withdrawal of tho information, which was granted, Mr. Glanvillo dissonting. DISOBEDIENCE OF SUMMONS. Ann Harding v. Denis Loary. Tho dofondant in this caso failed to appear, in answer to a summons, calling upon him to sup port his illegitimate child for a socond torin of ono year. The affidavit of Scnior-constablo Johnston, of Brouglitou Creek, showed that ho had left a true copy of tho summons at tho rcsidenco of dofondant's mother, that boing his last known place of abode. After somo consultation by thoir Worships as to wliothor that constituted servico, within tho moaning of tho statute, it was de...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

Under the heading of ' Distinguished Visi tors ' the Illawarra Mercury of Friday last an nounces the arrival by steamer from Sydney, of a second batch of a dozen female criminals for safe keeping in the jail at Wollongong. A similar batch was received there some ; time ago, and when these have done their sentence they, like the previous lot, will be turned loose on the order-loving community ' of ? Wollongong. 'We mention this to show those who advocated the appoint ment of Nowra as an additional place for a sitting of the Court of Quarter Ses ? sions, that such would be in some respects a most disagreeable acquisition. . Our court buildings, as stated elsewhere, are already too small for the multifarious busi ness transacted in them ; but if Nowra were to be ^made the repository of criminal prisoners, a large outlay for a penal estab lishment would be necessary; and, if our peace-loving Shoalhaveners, with the other districts of the circuit, could not keep the jail ' comfortably fi...

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Yalwal Gold-fields. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

Talwal Gold-fields. Mining matters at Yalwal within tho past month have been more encouraging to thoso engaged in tho mining industry at that place, than its prospocts had boon for somo years pre viously. Tho last 'return of £1580 from the Eclipse Company's Claim pays tho shareholders for all their outlay with something to spare. This must bo highly gratifying to tho shareholders themselves, as well as to others interested. Tho Eclipso Company having oxpondod largo sums in employing labour, nnd a considerable sum in tho purchaso of machinery, tho fact that a dividend of £40 por share was payable last 'week, shows that Yalwal Gold-fields, if properly mined, will pay handsome returns at a minimum outlay. On Saturday last Mr. Sivowright deposited in tho local bank an 83 oz. cake procured from-fifty tons oft' ' Pinaclo ' stone, which ho crushed, at M' Arthur's smaller battery on tho western side of Dangera Croek. Tho Pioneor Company's manager also deposited at tho E. S. & A. C. ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

Telegraphic Intelligence. [from; oun ooptiespokdent.] SYDNEY. Wednesday, 2 p.m. In the Legislative Assombly, Mr. Barbour presonted a petition from sottlors of Moulamoin, Edwards, and adjacent districts, in favour of tho Land Laws Amondmont Bill, and in opposition to _ salos by auction. — Mr. Webb moved tho adjournment of tho Houso for tho purposo of directing attention to an artieloin tho Herald on tho subject of ' Public Finances,' which he thought would tend to injure the colony. A long debato onsuoil, and tho Houso was counted out at S p.m. ' Judgo Manning w-'l address tho j ury to-day in the caso Shopherd v. Dibbs. Tho caso will concludo to-night. Dai'w farmers on tho Coast meet tho Mavor and Aldermen to-day in reforonco to the estab lishment of a central butter market. London March 9. — It is tho intention of the Government to dissolvo Parliament beforo Eastor. Tho general eloctions ensuos imme diately afterwards. Tho n9w Parliament assembles in tho hoginning of May. — Tho Boar...

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Freemasons' Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

Freemasons' Picnic. On Thursday last tho members of tho Abercorn Lodgo of Freemason's (under tho Grand Lodge of Now South Wales), accompanied by thoir frionds, hold a picnic at Crookhaven Hoads. Tho brethren, with tho invitod visitors, a large pro portion of whom wore of tho fair sox, numbering about 200 wore convoyed to tho rendezvous by 0110 of tho I.S.N. Co's rivor stoamors, and by Mr. Berry's steainor, tho ' ' Sunbaw.' The latter loft Broughton Crook about 8 a.m. and arrived at tho Heads with a largo number of tho brothvon and thoir guosts at an early hour ; but owing to resources, in consoquonco of which he had to mako a double journey down tho rivor during the preceding night, ho was unablo to loave Bomadorry and intermediate places until somo hour or so aftor tho appointed time. Tho appearance of tho weathor was not encouraging. Rain was falling in various parts of tho district ; but, fortunately, though tho sun did not lend his countenance, no rain camo to man- the proceedin...

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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

Commercial Intelligence. ? * ? .i [by electric telegraph.] Lncerno hay, £4 to £4 5s per ton ; oaton hay, du'l, £3 10s to £4. Potatoes and onions are both vory plentiful, and not worth moro than from £2 15s, to £3 5s; maizo, 2s to 2s 3d por bushol ; oggs, 7d to 9d por dozen ; buttor, Od por lb. Other descriptions of dairy and farm yard produce are very quiot.

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. ' Terrara, Tuesday, March 9. Pbesent. — Aldermen Hyam (Mayor), Emery, Lamond, M'Loan, and Monaghan. — Tho min utes of previous mooting wore read and con firmed. — Corrospondonco : Inwards — 1. Lottor from Nowra Council, on tho subjoct of tho boundary road. 2. From tho Town Clerk, Sydney, on tho subject of contri buting towards fund for raising a national momorioal fo tho lato Sir Rowland Hill, for tho servico rendorod by him to tho world by tho introduction' of tho penny post. 3. From -hj. Jfooley, complaining of tho mannor in which drains wore opened in Forsyth-streot, wheroby stagnant water was dopositod close to his resi dence to tho doti-imont of tho health of his family. [Decided that tho matter bo loft in tho hands of tlio Works Conimittoo of Torrara ward.] 4. From S. Elyard, applying for tho opening and clearing of a certain road leading to Worra geo school. [Aldorman Monaghan moved that the Works Committoo of Torrara ward oxamino tho roa...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

liOCAli ISTTJEIililGEarCE. Horses, Horses.— This is tho heading of an advertisement in another column, announcing; a sale by Mr. John Stowart, of fifteen superior horses on Saturday next, at Mr. I). Hyam's Yards, Terrara. Church op England. — Tho mombors of tho Church of England in Shoalhavon will bo happy to learn that an Amorican Organ, of vory superior tone and quality, has been purchased at a cost ot mty guineas for tho Church at Nowra. Tho instrument has now been in uso for tho past fow Sundays, and, under the skilful manipula tion of Miss GlanviUo, is a great acquisition in rondoring tho choral services of the Church. Aquatic. — In another column thoro appears an advortisomont in tho form of a cliallongo to the owners of the Aerial from tho owners of the Pinafore. If tho contest should come off thero aro few who would havo the hardihood to fore cast tho result. At tho last regatta contest the Aerial sailed at a disadvantage as sho had 110 scjuaro sail, and if sho is again full...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

Shoalliaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. Per Illawarra (s.), Captain J. Garde, on tho 4th March, 1880. ToSydnoy: 404 bags maize, 304 bags potatoes, 225 'kegs buttor, 36 pigs, 2 calves, 11 cases eggs, 5000ft. cedar, 23 bags bark, 8 coops poultry, 104 cheeses, 2 cases cheese, 8 rolls loathor, 2 bags bacon, 22 hides, 1 uuuuio a. o uugH uyoiwis, i uuiau, u baskets and 1 caso w. ducks, 1 c. parcel. To Kiama : 1 cheeso, 1 parcel, 1 pig, 0 casos, 9 bags maize, 2 buckets. To Wollongong: 57 hags maize. Per Illawarra (s.), Captain Gardo, on tho 8th March, 1880. ToSydnoy: 474 bags maize, 15 ' kogs buttor, 233 bugs potatoos, 5 casos oggs, 5 bags oysters, '2 tins honoy, 2 baskets w. ducks, 1 caso honey, 1 coop poultry, 1 caso cheeso, 15 cheeses, 2 horses, 1 basket. To Kiama : Quan tity luggago, 1 spring cart, lot cedar, 1 bag potatoos, 1 parcel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

-'-'lllnwurro Hearn ai»vig»«#ii C«mig»any. ,S TEA MJiJi'il . TIM !-: TJ VJ.JS. -jp .11 O M S II O A L II A Y.E -N.v SJomJny, « n.sii. .'TMimwSay, £ a.m. l.-'liOTVr SYDNEY, TiieNtoy antl Pri*''}! ut Al ? All 'meals supplied diu-ing'thuqiassagos ol tlio fitcamors iroo ol chiugo. .. ..... ..... . ... ? TliiYStPiim -Droghers;1 under ehargool' Captain lluch'iniiu, tiro iilwiiys.plyiilg oil tlio Shoiilhaven. I!ivor m connection with the Sydnoy .steamois. k manning. UngliKli, NcotiiHhf mid Awsjlrallaii;... Chartered IKanli. A V. 11 AM 'II dI this Tmnl; v, now OPEN ut .'?? NOWHAi' Mhoalhaven,. m .temporary 'pi'oniu'os, for .tlio AviLiiyiiclion oV ull usual b&nk-: , Hig-busim^1- . .JOHN 1)0A\LING, ' Manager. Sydney, ?8(1r,Juno,-1878.-;:i ?«- Wanded -« R-«; Mbsowbs. ' 'WT -lOXEFi, Ciillnis-sti cel.' Kiiiina, h.u, '? 'H '? Horses'lind YollK'les KOI! .Illllli..; ? III! is prepared to run between, AYollongong mid LHlmiuHn . . ,, v:'.- j-i - A l*o, Unit ho is a eiisli purchaser of llidOs ...

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Calendar for March. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

Calendar for jflarcli. ; ? Moon's Age. -. Last quartor ......... ? 4th, at 9.11 a.m. :--7 Now. -Moon.-. . ... . : . ?? Mlth, at l0.52 a.m. r: / First quartor . . ... if; 19th, at 10.41 a.m. f ;; Full. Moon. ... . ... . :-v2Gth;.at ll.28p.in. 1ST -, ? Sun ? 1*- I High water atSlioal ?' ''g: ; ItiBos; : Sots.V.; ! '? haven Heads. ' .?.r.:V'„' It. 51.. . H. Stt'l A. M. I-. M. 11 5 58 , 0 22?; 8 28 8 45 , 12 'o*58, 6 Sl\' 9 1 9 17 ,, 13 5,' 59 6.20;, 9 33 9 49 I 14 6 0 6 18 M 10 6 10 23 ? -15 -0 1 6 17/ 10 40 10 58 , . 16 6 2 6 15 11 18 11 38 ' 17 6 2 6 14 I 11 59 ?

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Gardeners' Calendar. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 March 1880

Gai'dcncrt*' Calendar. MARCH. ? Kitciien Garden. — Some quick growing varioties of peas may now bo sown ; a full crop ofcolerymay bo planted, care boing taken to havo the ground thoroughly manured. Tho ' cabbage and other plants planted out last month will need considerable attention to prevent injury from blight. A small quantity of onions for wintor and spring use may bo sown this . month, and tho crop already ripe should bo taken up ; this direction applies also to carrots. 'Rnvfh mi fni-nina n ntntYins. fop... ns tbnv rnrmirn it. Riponing seeds should bo daily gathered. , Flower Garden. — Keep the weeds well down, and should tho weather provo unusually dry, attend to watering. Preparations for lay ing out tho gardon, such as trenching, pulver izing the soil, may now be mado — lot dahlias be carefully fastoned to supporting stakes ; tho same remark applios to similar plants. The planting of bulbs should bo proceeded with ; pink bods may bo formed and planted. On tho fall of rain,...

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