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. A CONVENIENT TIME FOR LIMING.

HOW THE LUNGS BECOME DISEASED.

START PIGS WELL.

Newtown's Opportunity.

CHOICE OF A BOAR.

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CATTLE-FEEDING EXPERIMENTS…

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QUERIES ANSWERED.

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ROOTS NOT ENOUGH.

TRANSPLANTING FRUIT BUSHES.

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TRANSPLANTING FRUIT BUSHES. In transplanting bushes which have occupied the same position for several years many may be found with strong tap-roots. The latter should be cut well back, as there is generally plenty of surface fibres, which extend rapidly if a little well-broken manure is spread over them. It is not necessary to confine such fruits to bush form unless, perhaps, it is tne oiacic currant. Both the red and white varieties of the latter may be trained to walls and build- ings in cordon form, and produce heavy crops of fruit. For affording late supplies of red currants there is no better way than having a few trained trees on a north or east wall. In such position gatherings may be prolonged until October, providing the bushes are carefully netted. Beth the gooseberry and currant may be used as dividing lines or screens when trained to strained wire fencing. In such a way they serve a useful purpose, occupy little space, and crop freely, while the ripe fruit is easily gathered or protected from birds. It is not

The Question of Health.

CROOKED BREASTS.

TURKEYS FOR CHRISTMAS.

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zC14 FOR AN APPLE.

"KEPT" EGGS.

PEN POINTS.

THE CHOICE OF A CAREER.

tteath Sentence Scene.

The Late Dr. Bannister.

BWLCHYFFRIDD.'

CHURCHSTOKE.

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CATTLE-FEEDING EXPERIMENTS…

TRANSPLANTING FRUIT BUSHES.

TURKEYS FOR CHRISTMAS.

CATTLE-FEEDING EXPERIMENTS…