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  2. THE BEEKEEPER.

    It is generally believed that bees spread scale insects from orchard to orchard. Concerning the matter an American bee-keeper writes:— ...

    Article : 366 words
  3. GERMAN PASTORS

    The Rev. Professor Baron von Soden, Pastor of the Jerusalem Church, Berlin, and Professor of Theology at the University of Berlin, wrote in the ...

    Article : 1,543 words
  4. THE DAIRY.

    Something entirely new in the way of making butter which will keep is promised by Mr M. B. L. Ehrmann, a French chemist. Various forms of ...

    Article : 507 words
  5. EGYPTIAN RUBBISH HEAPS

    Mr F. G. Kenyon, in an article in the "Quarterly Review," says:— Greek scholars of the present generation have enjoyed, and are still ...

    Article : 1,480 words
  6. ANALYSING THE SOIL

    In the course of an interesting article on this subject, the "Otago Witness" writes:— "The farmer usually gets mixed up ...

    Article : 896 words
  7. MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.

    According to the "Daily Mail" of 18th May the reporting of the debates in Parliament, which the Government has decided to take into its ...

    Article : 313 words
  8. THREE DAYS TO LIVE.

    The New York correspondent of the "Daily Mail" wrote from New York on 22nd May:— New York is in the throes of a ...

    Article : 885 words
  9. MAKING MEAD.

    The best honey makes the best mead. Any good honey that has not found a ready sale might be converted into a really delicious beverage. There are ...

    Article : 187 words
  10. UNDER AN UMBRELLA.

    In a wood about 30 miles from London lives an old man who for twenty years has known no other roof than an umbrella. ...

    Article : 321 words
  11. SELECTING A SIRE.

    One of the most important questions to those who wish to breed horses is the selection of a sire. On this question the following remarks, from the ...

    Article : 836 words
  12. THE POULTRY YARD.

    "The incubator has to-day come to be a necessity on every well-organised poultry plant where it is desired to hatch chicks in large numbers") writes ...

    Article : 855 words
  13. A HELPER IN NEED.

    "I was very hard up last week," said Molly, "so I sent for Mrs Megham." "You mean Lady Longleas' sister, don't you? Does she lend money?" ...

    Article : 720 words
  14. THE SICK MAN OF EUROPE.

    "Who is to take the place of the Sick Man if he gives up the ghost?" That, says the Daily Telegraph," discussing the Turk's climb down to Italy, lies ...

    Article : 619 words
  15. FOXES AS DESTROYERS.

    The heavy snow that fell at Carcoar, last week (writes the Sydney "Daily Telegraph,") has been the means of bringing to light the fact that foxes are ...

    Article : 232 words
  16. THE POET TENNYSON.

    James Douglas writes in "M.A.P.": Edward FitzGerald, the translator of Omar, was a vegeterian. His vegetarianism interested Tennyson, ...

    Article : 415 words
  17. GRATITUDE.

    Smith saved the life of a dignified gentleman waiting for a train by pulling him from in front of a through train on another track. The dignified ...

    Article : 105 words
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