The Minnesota Horticulturist: Annual report of the Minnesota State Horticultural Society, Volumen27

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Página 339 - And if my heart and flesh are weak To bear an untried pain, The bruised reed he will not break, But strengthen and sustain.
Página 284 - GOD ALMIGHTY first planted a garden. And, indeed, it is the purest of human pleasures ; it is the greatest refreshment to the spirits of man, without which buildings and palaces are but gross handiworks.
Página 73 - Oh, every heart hath its sorrow, And every heart hath its pain. But a day is always coming, When the birds go north again.
Página 284 - He who knows the most, he who knows what ' sweets and virtues are in the ground, the waters, the plants, the heavens, and how to come at these enchantments, is the rich and royal man.
Página 490 - AFTERNOON SESSION. The meeting was called to order at 2 o'clock by the president. As there was no urgent business, the regular scientific program, "A Symposium Upon the Diseases of the Kidney," was taken up, and the following papers were read : PART I.
Página 214 - I wish to call the attention of the members of the Society to the fact that the seventeen-year locust, or Cicada, is due next year (Plate 1, Fig.
Página 398 - States sheep grazing and wind come next. Cattle and horses do much less damage than sheep, and snow break is less costly than windfall. Landslides, floods, insects, and fungi are sometimes very harmful. In certain situations numbers of trees are killed by lightning, which has also been known to set the woods on fire, and the forest is attacked in many other ways. For example, birds and squirrels often prevent young growth by devouring great quantities of nuts and other seeds...
Página 190 - ... towns, the building of railroads, water power or other public improvements may demand alienation by the state; and said state forestry board may cause to be cut and sold, or sold with the right to cut and haul away forests or trees, when said board may determine that the state's and the beneficiaries...
Página 3 - No member shall vote on any proposed amendment to the constitution or by-laws or at any election of officers except those who have been members for not less than two consecutive years immediately preceding that in which the election is being held. Article IV. — Officers. — Its officers shall consist of a president, one vicepresident from each congressional district, a secretary, a treasurer, a librarian and an executive board of six. All officers shall be elected separately and by ballot cast...
Página 189 - ... being the owner in fee simple of any cut-over or denuded, or partially cut-over or partially denuded, natural forest lands, which will not probably be utilized for many years for agricultural purposes, or any bare or waste, or partially bare or waste, rough prairie lands, or any very sandy, very rough or very rocky lands, in this state, or any lands deemed absolutely necessary for the preservation of water courses (all to be determined by said state forestry board), may deed the same to the State...

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