id., 2.. 9d., 4r. 6d., its., 225., and 335. each Box or Pot, and may be had of all Medicine Vendurs thioughout the World. I.B.—Advice Gratis, at the above address, daily, between the hours of 11 sad 4, or by letter.
'The 'Gardeners' Chronicle.' has faithfnlly held to its promises. It is still. to-day. tho best gardening jouinnl. being indispensable equally to the practical gardener and the man of science, becann each finds in it something useful. We wish the journal gill further st.ccess."—
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• SUM Tory interesting, and wital instructive, is the work of form inspection with a view of purchasing, or rather of advising the would-be purchaser. Many a time and oft (says a practical farmer, writing in the Journal of Horticulture) has it fallen to our lot to do this, and m
is their oppressor and natusal gamy, and they only desire the opportunity to "get at him " at as close quarters as possible. They are children in their love of clearancia, and their whims sad their devotion to their officers. They are' savages in their dislike of discipline, and
THE TWELFTH OF JULY IN BALLYMENA DISTRICT. The Orangemen of this district (Nos. t and 2 of which ire now amalgamated) TWO DROWNID. assembled on Tuesday at Tullygarley, about A very distressing fatality occurred ea two miles from Ballymena. From an early Monday in Ballycastk Bay
RIGHT AT 1101IZ. Within a mile or two of one of the smaller towns of Nova Scotia there resided for a number of years a gentlemaa by the name of Quagrnarsh. He was a very eccentric old fellow, and though rather taciturn by nature, when he did have anything to say it was estmeally