The hardy pink eye yields abundantly on a great variety of soils, providing the ground is well drained, mellow and moderately fertile. But the best crops ...Article : 1,110 words
H. Hamilton Fyfe writes in the "Daily Mail" of 24th November:— Everybody who has paid more than a passing visit to the Riviera knows that ...Article : 1,485 words
It may be of interest to farmers and cattle-owners to have placed before them a short account of the experiences of members of the stock department, ...Article : 1,237 words
The comparative effects of stall-feeding and pasturage from the point of view of physiology and breeding formed the subject of two papers read at the ...Article : 480 words
The following extract from the "North British Agriculturist" is given for what it is worth. It is much to be feared that the news is too good to be true, but ...Article : 416 words
The question of improving and safeguarding the breed of horses by means of bonuses is attracting attention in Canada. It might be worth nothing ...Article : 297 words
An engagement that had to be broken off when a fascinating young "widow" confessed that her husband was alive lent a romantic air to the story told at ...Article : 424 words
Bright window plants are a welcome addition to any sitting-room, and particularly so during the summer months. Plants which appear sickly are ...Article : 450 words
After whelping a bitch seldom leaves her pupies for the first 24 hours, and during that time she should have frequents feeds of broth, with a few shreds ...Article : 552 words
Exhaustive experiments conducted at Storrs, U.S.A., for the purpose of discovering how the germ content of milk might be reduced led to the following ...Article : 341 words
The importance of properly selecting and caring for seed maize (writes A. T. Wiancko of the Purdue Agricultural University, U.S.A.) has been so ...Article : 263 words
The trial (writes "Lloyd's Weekly" on 24th November) begins shortly, at Venice, of Countess Maria Nicolaevna Tarnowska, who, with two of her lovers, ...Article : 561 words
The correspondent of the London "Daily Mail" wrote from New York on 28th November:— Lord Fairfax, the twelfth baron of ...Article : 466 words
Mr E. R. Scott inspector of stock at Moree, New South Wales, supplies the following description of successful rabbit treatment:— ...Article : 284 words
In a recent bulletin of the Oklahoma station, Canada, Mr L. L. Lewis and Mr Wr R. Wright report that last year many farmers living in the vicinity of ...Article : 740 words
Bigelow (writes "Public Opinion"), the famous traveller, was giving some advice to a young man who was about to join for the first time the great army ...Article : 155 words
The deaf-and-dumb language was used for the purpose of taking evidence in an action in the London Court of King's Bench on 1st ...Article : 259 words
According to the volume of statistics just issued by the London County Council, the population of Greater London has (writes the "Westminster Gazette") ...Article : 201 words
When a pump will not work it is usually because a valve fails, or because the water supply is short. In the first case some obstruction may have lodged ...Article : 298 words
There is more than a suggestion of romance (writes the "Westminster Gazette") in the report that visitors and natives of Mundesley-on-Sea are picking ...Article : 190 words
Speaking generally, Christmas boxes are given without any intention to tempt a servant to violate any duty which he owes to his employer or anyone else, for ...Article : 89 words
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was received yesterday (1st November) by the Sultan, who remarked that he had enjoyed and laughed heartily over Sherlock ...Article : 80 words
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