Far below was the lake, reflecting sky and hills and farmsteads, all asleep.
Farmsteads were few and far between in the Wairakato valley.
At present there are well-nigh six million farmsteads in this country.
These publications are widely read in the better class of farmsteads now.
He repaired labourers' cottages, and added offices to farmsteads.
Little towns line the alternating bottoms, and farmsteads are numerous on the slopes.
Roads inland showed as white chalk lines, meadows as squares on a chess-board, houses and farmsteads as chess-men.
I was nearing a block of dense poplar bush in which somewhere two farmsteads lay embedded.
Nearer Zeerust all seemed placid; farmsteads and agriculture showed little sign of a state of war.
The land should be prepared and divided into farmsteads, then leased to colonists on perpetual term.