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Mr. C. J. KING, The Island of Flowers '

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ONCE the romantic abode of wreckers and smugglers, the Scilly Isles are now chiefly devoted to the peaceful pursuit of growing, for the markets, flowers which in this semi-tropical climate anticipate the seasons as they are known to us. Mr. King, who has lived practically all his life in the Scillies, and is an authority on all the ways of its inhabitants, both human and wild, will describe the flower industry, which is now going through the busiest period of its year.
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