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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - December 24, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioCincinnati a f sett is id is a a Milf recce in it it Pinion among Farmers in regard to die but time of Tranto Lentif Apple and pm tree. Spring time has been generally preferred though a Nav con fend that Antupit a it better to last year the leave Al the Rona Apple it tree in a a Wiki ecu tilled held on. Of Long and a Ogreen that there not much time he it a t tree a their drooping and the closing of the boil by Frost. People therefore had not that Lenore time which Many Are ready to suppose. That Farmers Are full of to attend to such boy ii Tow. F 5. V Une Agu taut in favor of setting in the Spring rather than in autumn has been Hud a tree Mart of necessity stand More firmly through the Winter in group w Here ail its Root have firm hold than in a near i Are where they must have time to fasten the Scire and obtain a new footing. To another argument of weight is that Matching in autumn cannot he Rev amended of a count of the a anger that mice will find a bar10? there and live on the bark of the Poeag a tree. A v f la at these two objection May be obviated by a simple and ready process. Bank up the Earth about the Young tree before the front v Delofes the ground to the height of eight or ten he Rhos. This will Kereji the trunk erect through. 7 the a inter and will be pretty sure to warn the Mieg that they ran make no Trug Covey there Lor a Winter living. A a / Phi Mound of Earth should be levelled \ Dona in the Spring when the mulch May he applied As in the Case of Spring setting. The it t labor will not be great of banking in autumn or of leveling in the Spring Benefit to one hoeing. _ to in regard to tree which were set last Spring also and matched it May be proper to. Give them More support through the Winter rather thin to haul away the mulching that t. Has not become Fotieo. Earth May be thrown f around the tree sufficient to Bury up All the litter till another Spring and ate Mica will it keep away. It should not be forgotten that the treading Down of., the first a now which ease is a Good practice w Hether the tree were set this year or last. Year. For All Young Apple Trees whether Wear walk or other tease Ara liable to lie attacked by mice. And mice usually take no their Winter quarters soon after the first Snow . A for mar. Sep Maricial 1 premia eat cause of Small profits and poor see was in Many of on Farmers us the parsimonious application of capital in manners implement a physical Force and convenient building. In their Carene to a Are at the tap. They waste freely at a the hang they remind us of the Eutiva Tor who candidly admitted i unprofitable system of farming a but a said he. I am not yet Rich enough to he wooh leave by a late number of the Mark Lake express that the present medium estimate in England of the Apitai required to carry of the Husi uese Ola fan is tic about $40 per acre a and no prudent Man ought to rent a More than he has that amount at Liast of available capital to go on with for a tidal err Possession with ample Means to manage it will yield belter return than a Large Quantity of land inadequately now lbs of on Best farms can be Houpt far about the same sum that the English farm Anre Nied Aud ii the above remark u applied to Pateh it Asting instead of renting it ill coast Quito excellent adv e to americans. This Isa subject for a Lane volume and we have Only apace Ouw to Sav. That if the landowner has not suit r Able building the value of the Rrahim and fodder wasted in consequence would soon pay for them and the food and flesh wasted by expired and shivering animal would anon pay i Tor them a second time. The want of manure will prevent the value of crus w fro a Riisag higher than be Cost of cultivating them Aad the want of heavy crop to feed animals will preclude keeping enough to make plenty of manure. In other words a poor and had. By cultivated farm will re act Aad Only support s poor and race of animal and \ men just in the same Way that a Fertile Aud thoroughly tilled piece of land will sustain anti Una enough to manure it Aad keep a its Fertility and Mem enough to1 give it ukr Otth a. Or. A a Tutor. It a most curious instance of a change of in. St aet is mentioned by Darwin. The cheap carried to liar hades Aad the bed ladies earned it tip Lav tip any Bone after the first year a the toned it not useful to them. They found the weather so flee Aud materials Lor making Honey to plentiful that they quilted their grave prudent and Merca Tik character he came exceedingly profligate and Deha Aeao. Eat a their capital. Resolved to work to More and amused Beu Velvea by Hying about the sugar houses Aad st raging the Macks. M it cuing a is a capital Story of a wag in u a tace Couch who had Ham listening in company with a number cd other Paua amp Giri. To tie wonderful Story of a drover m the neighbourhood through which they Ware passing who Felt asleep by the aide of a Limekiln. And slept of while he leg was Burnt off. Aad then got up Aud asked Aman by whom he was routed from i slumber to assist him in Sor his shot. He gave the feet which is equally credible thres men agreed to build a atone wait fat two Cau to work a a the other wont. Wanted to know when they will met it Dame. And How much they will male wit provided Lime fee of a the Atman time a tout a foot wad a Temperance Reform recalling 3 id memory to if your Elf

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