In felling trees leaning trees geuerally split and waste so nmch lrnnber tbat ome way of preventing the splitting hould be adopted. A oorrespondent in the old New Eugland Hornestead gives sone practical advice in the matter. He says: lustruct your blacksmith to bend a liar of irou about au inch thick and 16 iuches long in the shape of Pig. A. Cnt the side of the tree at C, vnthdraw the Haw, drive in the iron with the points BB, and the tree is ready for sawing from the opposite side. When the tree is eawed nearly through, the saw may ls withdrawn, the iron removed and the sawing completed from the first cut.