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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 373 words
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  4. FEEDING THE CHICKENS.

    Poultry keepers should be careful not to give their chickens too much sloppy food, as it makes Them weak. Bread is & very good thing for young chickens, either thrown down dry or ...

    Article : 425 words
  5. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    G. E. H--1. Basset Hounds are used for slow hunting. They are also used for shooting, the hunters following them on foot until they get the chance of a shot. Their height is from 10 to 15 ...

    Article : 203 words
  6. KENNEL GOSSIP.

    Strolling into the rooms a day or two since, I had a look at the newly started "Suggestion Book," and found that already there were somewhere about a score of pages of closely written ...

    Article : 1,584 words
  7. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    ORPINGTONS.-- Beginner, Kyneton.--There are both single and rose combed Orpingtons, but the latter appear to be preferred, and will probably become the established variety. Orpingtons should ...

    Article : 449 words
  8. NO LONGER COCK OF THE WALK.

    "Nether Lochaber" (Alex. Stewart, D.D.) writes as follows on this subject:--"We are inclined to the belief that the demoralization of our domestic cook is to be traced to the ...

    Article : 212 words
  9. MR. MAUDE AT THE BIRMINCHAN SHOW.

    Since my last notes were sent I hare vifiz the Birmingham dog and poultry show, and will the dog show I must confess I was greatly appointed; not with the arrangements of a ...

    Article : 444 words
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  11. NOTES

    Next month the Victorian Poultry and Dog Society's annual election of office bearers should take place, but so far the matter appears to have received little attention ...

    Article : 1,279 words
  12. MR. MAUDE AT THE BIRMINGHAM POULTRY SHOW.

    The poultry show at Birmingham was first class, the entries of live poultry numbering 2555. The pens were arranged in double tiers. Brahmas were capital, and the winning light ...

    Article : 564 words
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