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  2. POULTRY.

    Questions relating to fancy or commercial poultrykeeping, diseases, etc., should be addressed to "Ancona," "Herald" Office. ...

    Article : 20 words
  3. IN THE GARDEN. SHRUBS AND FLOWERS.

    The recent rainfall has come at a most opportune time, as it has made the soil sufficiently moist to facilitate the transplanting of any trees and shrubs that are overcrowding ...

    Article : 692 words
  4. SCIENCE NOTES. W. G. P.

    By way of contribution to the Darwin Centenary, Mr. John Murray writes for "Science Progress" a readable account of the great naturalist's business relations with his father. ...

    Article : 305 words
  5. THE HARDWARE MAN.

    Mr. John Macintosh, M.L.C., delivered an interesting address at the rooms of the Sydney Hardware Assistants' Trade Association recently. "I will commence with those ...

    Article : 1,629 words
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  7. PRINCIPAL SHOW DATES.

    Poultry Club, This Day. Railway and Tramway Club, June 24, 25, 26, Ladies' Poultry Club, July 2, 3. ...

    Article : 23 words
  8. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Enquirer.—It is not possible to tell by the naked [?] whether an egg when broken in a saucer is fertile or not. Lawson-street.—The feeding has had nothing to do with ...

    Article : 1,105 words
  9. THE CHEMISTRY OF INDIGO.

    Indigo owes its dye quality mainly to a substance called indigotin, a transformation product of the indigo plant. The leaves aro stooped in water, and when the solution ...

    Article : 251 words
  10. THE SLEEPING SICKNESS.

    Mr. E. D. Parker writes an interesting summary of our knowledge of sleeping sickness. The first record of it seems to date back to 1803, and several papers on the disease are ...

    Article : 278 words
  11. GLASS HOUSE.

    About midday, in fine, worm weather, the sashes should be opened a little to admit air to the structure for an hour or so, but the plants must not be exposed to draughts. ...

    Article : 273 words
  12. BUSHHOUSE.

    Such plants as palms, fern trees, cordylines, etc., should. if well established in their pots or tubs, still be well watered and syringed overhead, but only during the early part of ...

    Article : 253 words
  13. ORIGIN OF THE BUSHMEN.

    Continuing his papers on paleolithic man, Professor Sollas connects the bushmen of South Africa with a race inhabiting Europe in upper palcolithic time—the Solutrion age. The ...

    Article : 436 words
  14. WHITE ORPINGTONS AND THEIR FUTURE.

    In last week's issue it was mentioned the high place which White Orpingtons have now attained amongst the popular breeds of fancy, and utility poultry. Several other breeds or ...

    Article : 553 words
  15. VEGETABLE-GROWING.

    In fertile soils that have been well and deeply worked, permanent plantations or asparagus, globe artichoke, rhubarb, horseradish, and sea kale may now be made, and tree and ...

    Article : 446 words
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  17. MIXED MARRIAGES.

    Sir,—In reference to the above subject, I could not help thinking if our Protestant (I include all non-Catholics) clergymen denounced from the pulpit the marriages of their ...

    Article : 82 words
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