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Wisconsin farmer and northwestern cultivator
Vol. 4 (1852)

Wisconsin and Iowa farmer, and northwestern cultivator. Vol. IV, no. 8,   pp. [169]-192 PDF (9.2 MB)

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 VOI IV.                B   usV   hL  WIS., ALGUST, 1852.               
  No 8.
    l  r1,1RD ON A9 FIXn or Vt ACE XO.xBra  | fore no inconsiderable portion
of our citizens,
           MARK =:MILLE.                  who have not before had an vsportuaity
               TERMS:                     seeing it. And while there is yet
ample time
     50 Cents a Year in Advance-,        intervening, between the presed
 and that
 Ir'    ra Ia larger number. All susacriptionsd = appointed for holding the
FAIR, for all to make
   l. me wihtet me. Back WumberD suppied to mew -
lsubcri te                                dberspreparation for it; yet it
is not so far di-
              ADVERTISING;                tant as to induce delay, or remissness
on the
 nl or eper yea    r    t3                part of those who intend to take
part in the
 Gunnert page                             ezlnbition.
 Eighth page                         10
 One square. (twelve lines or tess5 I Year  650  We make this explanation
to the inquiry,
 (= hn one year,) for first Insertion  sao
 OFr Ch.-subsequent inl on             7h which has been made, almost, times
 OFFICE.-Empire Block, Main St.. in the rooms occ upi-
 ed fot the ofie of the Janesville Gazette.  number, " why we did not
publish the Pme-
         t We             state F         ab-mium List of the State Society,
in the Far-
    Wicni Stt_       ar             mer I"
  We wisb to call the special attention of our  Of the important bearing,
which Agricul-
readers, to the Pmzux   LIsT and regulations tural Associations, and the
holding of Fairs
Of the WIsCoNSIe STATm AGRICUL.TURAL So- have upon the business operations
of those
ctwTY, for the SucowD ANSNAL FAnt, which who take part in them, as well as
upon the
will be held at the City of Milwaukie, on Wed- whole community, brought within
their in-
nesday, Thursday and Friday; October, 6th, fluence, we have often spoken
through the
7th and 8th, ensuing. We wish also, to make columns of the Farmer; and we
believe our
a few suggeLtions, in regard to this annual humble appeals have contributed
in some mea,
exhiition, and urge our citizens, in eve sure, to stir up a spirit of inquiry,
and action,
part of the State, to interest themselves, in among our readers. We now have
a flourish-
this congregation of their industry, in which ing State Society of Farmers,
who have held
aU may, and should unite their efforts to their first fair, and are on the
eve of their so-
make the occasion one of interest to all who cond. We have, too, Nine County
attend, as well as for the general wefarte.  fve of which have held fairW,
and all rl the
   We have made but alight allusion to this present season-and all this has
been dons
matter, at an earlier day; not fiom any want, within a few months. The ball
is fairly ft
however, of an abiding interest in the pro- motion-let it roll onw
gre of our State Society; but because we   The sole object of these Fairs
is to Etimu
has believed, that the interests of the Socie- late the industry, elevate
the character of thV
ty would be better subserved by so doing.- community, and aid the diffusion
of useful an
Early in the spring, a very large numbw practical knowledge; such as will
(several hudreds) of the Preniun Lists, general agriculture, and thereby
increase ou
were distributed throughout the State, by the State and individual wealth.
No one shoul
obliging Secretary of the aocety. Ma. INGHAiL have personal motives to subserve,
or privat
rany of these circulars have undoubtedly, by feelings to gratify. Each individual
should ne
thi time, been loo, mislaidor forgotten; h ene mber, -that it is the aggregate
zea of a
it apperaein the Farmer,a          t t hepresent  gives life, and energy,
and pirit to tb
fine.-wil tot only refiesh the recolec  of honorale competition of all Agricultural
thu who have forgotten it, but pace it be  hibition." Let there be no
enviou spirit of t
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