lowers and was the first trade florist here, carrying on the business for many years.
Pasture hill indicates by its name the purpose for which it was early used, and until a late time herds of cows might have been seen grazing there.
Today the prophecy is fulfilled made by Charles Brooks—The hill is mostly rock, and will afford, in coming years, a most magnificent site for costly houses.
Statements made in the Register, Vol.
III, No. 2, p. 85, April, 1900, Vol.
XV, No. 3, p. 65, October, 1912, and the account of the planting of fruit trees of which we have made mention, show the state of cultivation the south end of the hill was under at one time.
The first change was made probably when the three Hall brothers built their houses just at the foot of this round hill that comes down so close to the road (High street). They had gardens which were spots of beauty for many years, and another Hall built his home there soon after, and these four houses, two now standing, were dignif