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GARDENING NOTES. By JAMES CARTER & CO. f' CURRENT WORK. The most important work in cou-iectiou with the plant-houses will be to see that all ■winter-lfowering plants are potted on as they require it. Bego:iias (winter-fiower- iiig) 'should soon be ready for putting' into •their flowering pots, and an that require it should be- stopped for the last time. Salvias should also have their final move by the end of the present month. Tree Carnations and Boavardias will also require attention, especially with regard to tying, -<&s, where exposed, they are very liable to break off if we get rough, stormy weather. Although some of th-i Bouvardias that are grown on for succession may be stopped later, yet the main batch should now be gone over for the last time. Cinerarias .and PrimultM must not be neglected the former are sure, to get crippled by insects if allowed w get pot-bound; whiie Pri- jnulus that at-t- allowed to stand too long before being potted on never make good plants, and will very probably flower pre- maturely. Where it is required, to have a show of Primulas for spring flowering, a -•owing should be made at once Cineraria-s I Rown now will also come in very useful after the first int is over, fnd will retain thit;ir foliage bett-x than thove sown .?arlier. Solanum capsicastrum is one of the most c&efui platfts for winter decoration. They should now ba well i.i flc-wer, and, to get -them to Elf' their berries well, they must I be exposed, and on no account be allowed "to suffer for W;L1t of water, and as soon ibs -the berries are nicely set they should be .liberally supplied with manure-water. This Solanum, when full of its bright berries, is among the most useful of deco- rative subjects during the winter, bjt they -often fail to set through inattention in watering, which causes the flowers to fall, and, to prevent this, the plants should be plunged and kept moist at the roots, as well a-s sprinkled or syringed overhead, which dampiag of the foliage will ward oft -vermin and maintain the leaves healthy a fid clean. TAKING CUTTINGS. It is time now to commence to propagate cuttings. for by taking them early they an be wintered! more safely than thev can if left till late in the season. Those of Geraniums may bo propagated in various ways, and all succeed well; they may be -dibbled in a border fully exposed to the sun, ..and taken up a!1d potted or boxed before there its dagger of frcst. A very good' way, «nd one that could be recommended, is to -secure> a. number of boxes according to the quantity of cuttings required they may be .about i inchos in depth, 3 feet long, and 14 inches wide; a few broken pots aid a flayer of Mushroom-soil should be plseed in the bottom, and they should hi" fiiled with soil of a nature similar to that which was recommended for potting young plants. Thi" should be made firm; each box will ■hold about seventy cuttings. After the cuttings arc? inserted, they should be watered and! stood in a sunny place o"; a, bed of ashee: or. if anv "mpty frames or turf-pit's ar.- at command n. which to place them, all the bett»»r, as they can then be protected from heavy rAi-ii-k; but at all other times they will lie better exposed. In •faking the cuttings from the plants care should be taken not to disfigure the beds, those overgrowing the edgings being re- .moved first. Tricolors nnd weak growing ,R.ort,q should be first attended to. leaving the Zonals and othier strong growers until 1a.st. CoJeu#?, Inesire, Verbenas. Helio- tiopos. Ageratam*, and others of that. class are best struck in pots they should be placed in ft cold watered occasionally, and shaded from the sun. The lights should be tilted a little on mild nights, but kept closed throughout the day. When rooted, gradually harden them to endmr both sun and free ventilation. Pentstemcns shou d also bo propagated now when rooted, pot them in small puh. They may be wintered in cold frames. but. lirotc-eted, from frost; they enn also be raised from seed, which should be sown in spring. Dahlias will now be beginning to blossom. Give them occa- sional sonkingr; of liquid manure, and secure th-em to their stakes; thin out the weak side-shoots. and tie th^ others, for they are easily broken by wind or heavy rains. Chrysanthemums sad Gladiolus must also he staked and tied. Thin out weak shoota ■on Ro^es. and shorten back the mo.t luxuriarat ones; and do not allow tlie> plants to su ff<yr bv want of water. Continue to bud Rosee. and insert cuttings; this is the best of all months for budding. Tbk in how to do it.
RENOVATING LAWNS. Grass in front of villa or other residences is more or less uneven, thin in the sward, or patchy, after a. hot summer. When the ine- I qualities in lawns are very marked, hills here und hollows there, there is only one remedy -namely, to take up the grass in squares two inches thick, level the hills into the hollows, treading down the soil firmly, then raking it smooth, before placing down the turves again. If these are thicker on on9 side than the other, some of the soil must be pared off, so that they will lie quite flat, for, if uneven in that respect when first laid, the roller will net press them down uniformly level, and the result then cannot be satisfactory. When placed in position, the edges should be cut to fit close to each other, as fissures between them enlarge should dry weather ensue, and a close growth of grass is then out of the, question. If openings, no matter how small, are -Men between the turves, work some fine soil in them, then beat the whole surface firmly with the back of a spade or a broad, Sat. wooden mallet, subsequently drawing a roller slowly over the lawn a few times, and the grass will grow evenly. When the sur- face is only a little lumpy, without being particularly irregular, th.e surface may be scratched over with a sharp-toothed iron rake, and some sifted soil of any kind ob- tainable scattered on. The ground should be dry, ftui not hard, when this i;, done, and the surface then rolled or beaten. Should the grass be thin, procure some renovating lawn- seeds and scatter them evenly Oil the grass before rolling. Half a pound will suffice for Pv iav.n twenty yarcls square. Any sort of seeds will not do, a^ some grasses are coarse the best plan is to procure the best from a reliable source. When law.-Yis arc very thin, •ind full of unsightly wrcds, it is the best plan to dig them up entirely, forking out all the weeds, and either lay down turves, which are expensive, or sow the ground with fresh grass seed. The end of the present month is the best time for carrying out the operation in the north, and a wectt or so later in the south, and this is the method of procedure:—Fork out all the large-rooted weeds, levelling the surface as the work goes on then, as soon as dry enough, tread every inch of it, following with a rake for taking off all lumps, and sow grass seeds thickly, sifting a quarter of an iuch of flie soil over them. Draw a light roller over the whole, (Ii' beat the surface COWTI with a spade, and in a very short time a new lawn n ill be produced, far superior to the old one, and will be ready for mowing in a month, or perhaps lass, always provided that birds do not devour the seeds, which may be prevented by stringing cotton three or four inches above the ground on sticks in- serted in it; the closer the thready are stretched the better. If the whole work is well carried out, a smooth lawn should be apparent before winter, which will thicken up marvellously as soon as spring comes round. We publish a useful book which can be had on application by rc-aders of this article. JAMES CARTER & CO., Royal Seedsmen, High Holborn, London, W.C.
LLANGEFNI SHOW. he thirty-fourth annual show of the Anglesey Agricultural Society was held at Llangefni, on Thursday, in dull weather. The president was Mr J. R. Davies, Cerris, and the vice-president Mr O. H. Foulkes, Bcdrwyn. The show of heavy horses was the best seen ia Anglesey, and the light horse section included the pick of the county. Lord Stanley of Alderley, who took premier honours at the National Show, was the most successful exhibitor in the- cattle classes. Awards:— AGRICULTURAL HORSES. — Stcllion, foeled before the let January, 1903: 1. H. Jones, Bodenog, Bryngwran; 2, T. Owen, Ty'nrhos, Bodorgan. Two-year-old entire colt: 1, O. H. Williame, Treangharad, Bod- edern; 2, J. Prythereh, Ty'ndryfol, Bodor- gan. Brood mare with foal at foot: 1, O. Griffith, Grug, Tycroes; 2, O. P. Jone6, Plas LAeehyk-hed, Bryngwran. Ditto, property of tenant farmer hoMing not more then 50 acres of land: 1, Mrs Annie Jonas, Llan- gefni; 2, Elizabeth William's, Llangefni. Three-year-old filly: 1, R. J. Gardner, Kirk- land, Valley; 2, H. Roberts, Llanerehymedd. Two-year-old gelding: 1, Williams Brcs., Llangwyllog; 2, J. Edwards, Llangefni. Two-year-old filly: 1, R. J. Gardner, Kirk- land, Valley; W. Lewie, Llangwyilog. Yearl- ing colt: 1, Mrs Williams, Aberffraw; 2, H. Jones, Bryngwran. Yearling filly: 1, T. Jones, Dwyran; 2, H. Roberts, Llangaffo. Team for agricultural purposes: 1, W. Ed- wards, Holyhead; 2, R. J. Gardner. Special Prizes—Agircultural mare or filly not under one year old, bred within the district: 1, T. Joues, Dwyran; 2, O. Griffith, Tycroes. Colt or filly foal for agricultural purposes by a registered sire: 1, O. Griffith; 2, W. Row- lands, Gwalchmai. Beet foal Bired by one of the Plas Lleehyiched stud horses: 1, R. Hughes, Tycroes; 2, H. Roberts, Gwaleh- mai. Shire mare, filly, or filly foal (Shire Horse Society's silver medal): 1, W. Hughes- Jones, Llangefni. Brood mare with foal at foot: 1, W. Lewis, LlaoigwyHog; 2, W. H. Jones, Bodorgan. Three-year-old gelding or filly: 1, W. H. Jones; 2, Dr J. Jones, Gwalchmai. Two-year-old ditto: 1, T. Lewis, Llansadwrn; 2, W. Jones, Valley. Colt or filly: 1, W. H. Jones; 2. C. Pierce, Giangore, Rhoegoch. Pony, gelding or mare, under 13 bands: 1, E. T. Evans, Bryngwran 2, M. E. Jones, Anglesey. Gelding or mare, 13 hasnds and under 14: 1, M. E. Jones; 2, R. Pritchard. Gaerwen. Cob, gelding or mare, 14 hands and under 15: 1, J. Jones, Llangefni; 2, J. Hughes, Ehosybol. Geld- ing or mare, 15 hands and upwards: 1, O. T. WiNioms, Llangefni; 2, W. Williams, Llall- gefni. Special prizes.—Mare or gelding 141 hands and upwards: 1, O. T. Williams; 2, J. Jones, Llangefni. Mare or gelding, under 141 hands: 1, Lord Stanley of Alder- ley 2, C. Ll. Lloyd, Menai Bridge. Dr Hughes' chadlenge cup for the best light horse bred within the county: W. H. Jones. Colt foal by Maltoo Squire: 1, H. Roberts, Gaerwen 2, O. T. Williams. Filily foal: 1, W. Roberts, Gaerwen. Foal (calculated for riding or driving): 1, W. Roberts; 2, H. Ro- berts. JUMPING.—1, T. P. Williamson, Am- lwch 2, H. Davies, Llangefni. PONY RACE.—1. T. Morris, Llangefni; 2, H. Davies. Kennels. HORNED CATTIE.—Bull, of the pure Weish breed, not under 3 years old 1, Lord Stanley of Alderley; 2, W. Oweai, Valley. Ditto, not under 2 and not above 3: 1, O. P. Jonee, Bryngwram; 2. Lord Stanley of Alderley. Ditto, not unoer 1 nor above 2: 1 C. F. Priestley, Llangefni; 2, O. P. Jones. Bull calf: 1, Lord Stanley d Alder- ley; 2, J. Jones, Tycroes. Two-year-old breeding heifer: 1, Lord Stanley of Alder- ley; 2, R. S. Hughes, Tycroes. Yearling heifer: 1, J. Jones, Tycroes; 2, W. Owen, Valley. Pair of two-year-old steers or spayed heifers: 1, R. J. Gardner, Valley; 2, J. WiiMams, Gaerwen. Yearling steers or spayed heifers: 1, Lord Stanley 91 Alderley; 2, W. Owen, Valley. Pair of cows in calf or ia milk: 1, O. P. Jones; 2, W. Jones, Bod- organ. Cow: 1 and 2, O. P. Jones. Heifer calf: 1 and 2, O. P. Jones. Speeial prizes— Bull and cow of the Welsh breed: 1, O. P. Jones; 2, W. Owen, Penymynydd, Valley, Cow, any breed 1, W. Owen. Bull calf of amy of the Bodorgan bulls: 1, J. Jonae, Ty- eroee; 2, O. Morris, Bodorgan. Heifer calf: I, G. Monfae; 2, 0. Hughes, Bodorgan, SHEEP.—Short-woolLed ram, not under two nor over four years old 1, R. Williams, Cae'relen, Valley; 2, R. J. Gardner. Shear- ling ram: 1, E. R. Owen, Bodowyr, Valley; 2, R. Williams. Tup lamb: 1, R. Williams; 2, W. Jores, Bryngwran. Thive ewes: 1, R. Williams; 2, E. R. Owen. Shearling ewes: 1, E. R. Owen; 2, R. Williams. Ewe lambs: 1, R. Williams; 2, E. R. Owen. Long-woolled ram: 1 and 2. E. R. Owen, Llangefni. Ewes 1, Representative of late W. Roberts, Beaumaris; 2, E. R. Owen, Llangefni. Special prize—Ram and three ewes: 1, R. Williams, Valley; 2, E. R. Owen. Valley. POUL TRY.-Fir6t prize winnersLlew- ellyn Roberts, Llangefni; E. H. Lloyd, Valley. BUTTER.-l, Alice Prythereh, Llanereh- ymedd; 2, H. T. Owen, Llangefni. HONEY'.—First prizes: Rev O. Kyffin Williams, Llangwyilog; O. Roberts, Llan- gwyllog; W. Roberts, Beaumaris. Beeswax: E. R. and M. J. Owen, Bodorgan. Cot- tagers or labourers' classes: T. iJritchard, Ajniwch W. J. Williams, Beaumaris. Extra prize: E. R. and M. J. Owen.
NEW ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AT BARMOUTH. The interesting ceremony was performed on Mondav at Barmouth of the solemn open- ing of the new Roman Catholic Church of St. Tudwal which has been recently built at a. cost of about £ 5000. The ceremony was performed by the Right Rev Francis Mostyn, D.D., Bishop of Menevia, and was followed by Pontifical High MasiI and a sermon preached by the Bishop. The Jesuit students of St. Beuno College formed the choir. A banquet followed at the Corsygedol Hotel, over which the Bishop presided.
LADY ALEXANDER PAGET AT PLASNEWYDD. Lady Alexander Paget is in residence at Lord Anglesey's Welsh seat Plas Newydd. Lady Alexander, being an ardent motorist, drove all the way to Plas Newydd in her motor-car. Her-house party at present con- sists of her youngest son Victor, Lord and Lady Ingestre, and Lord and Lady Herbert Paget. Lord Anglesey is expected at Plas Newydd in November. The Plas has. been almost completely refurnished since the great sale, and Lady Alexander has brought a staff of eighteen servants with her. Considerable additions to the house party are expected in a short time. Lord Anglesey attains his majority on the 14th of April next year, but does not take actual possession of the estates till he has reached his twenty-fifth year.
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Central. PROPRIETOR-H. R. JONES. gWAT.TA atOTEL, 8, and 9, UPPER WOBURN PLACE, TAVISTOCK SQUARE, LONDON, W.C. Telegrpahic address: "Gwynfa, London." A very comfortable Hotel, spacious rooms, very central, 5 minutes' walk from Euston, St. Pancras, and King's Cross Stations, 20 minutes from Paddington, by underground railway to Gov.er street. Electric light throughout. Terms very moderate. Night Porter. Proprietor: EDWARD JENKINS. Also GWALIA HOTEL, LLANDllINDOD WELLS. 2330 LIVERPOOL 3p T U S B mEt "TKT HOTHI., MOUNT PLEASANT. A few minutes' walk from Central and Lime Street Stations. Electric Trams from Landing Stage pass the Hotel. FIRST CLASS TEMPERANCE HOUSE. With moderate charges. Welsh spoken. Electric Light. 100 Rooms. Night Porter. Telephone 2244 Royal. Telegrams: Shaftesbury Hotel. Liverpool. "WILLIAMS' TEMPERANCE HOTEL, MONTAGUE STREET, RUSSELL SQ., LONDON, COMFORT THE FIRST CONSIDERA- TION. Bed and Attendant (inclusive), from 28 3d. Breakfast or Tea, from Is 3d. Centrally situated. Telegrams: "Faithful," London. WILLIAMS' TEMPERANCE HOTEL, a BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. THE GREATEST SUCCESS OF MODERN TIMES. /6ESmGE'st\ PILE^ £ MEL|) \poxsj. JS!v-J I A MARVELLOUS STORY l ROM THE J'UBUSJIERS OF 'TYHT A ll DYDD,' MERTHYR TYDVIL. Oorvr Hit*.—One of my Sons went out 10 Canada and settled down, in the neigh- bourhood of OiJspring:5, Lambton, Ontario. Some three months ago he wrote home Wi-yiiig he had been on the siek list for several weeks, suffering painfully from I Piles. Immediately after receiving his letter 1 had a supply of your Pills wlmh I forwarded to him. Three weeks ago hi) wrote home saying that your Pills had done him immense good. Before lu had litnsr-.od one box he was able to start work a,'j;ain. Lu.st night I had another It-tUT from him stating that to all appearances Uie dispose had left him, and he was in his i.'fmrd health again. Having accidentally heard that a man living in the same 'neighbourhood had been a great sufferer from Piles for over Iweniy « years, my son sought him out, told him of the good ho had received from your Pin. and gave h'm half of the box he had. Within four days the man was jumping with jov from the good effects of your Piils. Haviny received so much benefit personally, and witnessing their good effects on the man referred to, my son is very anxious that other sufferers may know and receive the same benefit from tnem as he did himself. Your" truly JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Publisher of Tyst 11. Dydd.' & -Cenad Hodd.' Merthyr Tydvil. The above is only a sampla of the letters the Proprietor of this Remedy is daily receiving oy post from all parts of the world. THESE WORLD RENOWNED PILLS ARK SOLD EVERYWHERE. In Boxes Is 1M and 2s 9d each. By Post Is 2d, and 2s 10d eaeh PROPRIETOR-d. E. GEORGE. M.R.P.S. ( HIRWAIN. ABERDARE. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. ROYAL ST. DAVID'S GOLF CLUB, SUMMER MEETING. Every Week-day, from August 21-wt to 30th, 1905 (inclusive), Cheap Day Excursion Tickets will be issued to HARLECH. Full particulars at the Stations or from Mr W. H. Gough, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, August, 1905. SPECIAL WEEK-END SERVICE ,TO ABERDOVEY. TOWYN. and BARMOUTH. Commencing on Saturday, August 5th, and every Saturday, to September 30th, A SPECIAL TRAIN will run as under:— Machynlleth, dep. 9.5 p.m.; Aberdovey, arr. 9.27 p.m.; Tpwyn, arr. 9.35 p.m.; Bar- mouth, arr. 10.5 p.m., in connection with Trains leaving London (Eustoii), 3.40 p.m.; London (Paddington), 2.15 p.m.; Birming- ham (New street), 3.35 p.m.; Birmingham (Snow Hill), 4.40 p.m.; Wolverhampton (Queen street), 4.4 pm.; Wolverhampton (Low Level), 5.5 p.m.; Shrewsbury, 6.10 p.m.; Manchester (London road), 3.30 p.m.; Liverpool (Lime street), 3.25 p.m.: Crewe, 4.40 p.m.; Osweustry, 6.12 p.m.; Welshpool, 7.10 p.m.; Newtown, 7.46 p.m.; Cardiff (Rhymney), 2.10 p.m.; Cardiff (Queen street), 1.10 p.m.; Newport, Mon. (B. and M.), 2.10 p.m.; Merthyr (B. and M.), 2.50 p.m.; Brecon, 5.35 p.m. C. S. DENNISS. Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, July, 1905. EVERY SATURDAY during JULY. AUGUST, and SEPTEMBER Cheap Weekly and Fortnightly Excursion Ticketa will be issued to LONDON (Euston and Paddington). Available to Return the following Friday or Friday week. Full particulars to be had at the Stations or from Mr W. H. Gough, Traffic Superin- tendent, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, July. 1905. VISIT OF KUBELIK TO ABERYS- TWYTH, AUGUST 18th. GRAND EVENING CONCERT at 8 p.m. BESSES-O'-TH'-BARN BAND AT BAR- MOUTH, AUGUST 21st, PERFORMANCES at 3 and 8 p.m. BESSES-O'-TH'-BARN BAND AT PWLL. HELI, AUGUST 23rd, PERFORMANCE at 8 p.m. Cheap Tickets will he issued from all Cam. brian Coast Stations. A Late Train will leave Aberystwyth for Bow Street, Barmouth, Dolgelley, and inter- mediate stations at 10.30 p.m. on Aug. 18th. A Special Train will also leaw Pwllheli at 10.15 p.m. for Afonwen, Criccieth, and Portmadoc on August 23rd. Full particulars at the Station- or from Mr W. H. Gcngh, Tralfco Soperiotendent, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS. Secretary and Genaral Manager. Oswestry, August, 1905. On Fridays, July 7th, 21&t, August 4th, 18th, and September 1st, 15th, and 29th, Cheap Excursion Tickets will be issued to SCOTLAND. For full particulars see Ilandbilk, which mav be had at the Stations or on applica- tion to Mr W. H. Gough, Traffic Superin- tendent, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, July. 1905. CO-OPERATIVE FESTIVAL, CRYSTAL PALACE, AUGUST 26th, 1905. On FRIDAY, August 25th, Cheap Excur- sion will run to LONDON (Euston). Full particulars at the Stations or from Mr W. H. Gough, Traffic Superintendent, c s 0EX^ISB. Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry. August. 190<>. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the several stacka of well-harvested HAY, of the growth of 1904, standing at the iindermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain fh. respective quantities, more or ieea, also undermentioned, via.:— Whitchurch, 61. Fenn's Bank, Ii. Bangor, 12J. Talaarnau, 7J. 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