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I Colwyn Bay Rate-I payers.

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..-.-..! Pigs for Profit.…

---... Feeble-Minded Children.

IFARM, FIELD, AND GARDEN

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NEW-LAID EGGS. Whatever may be said to the contrary, poultry-keepers in this country cannot com- pete successfully with foreign producers in the wholesale egg market, and the reason is because absolute freshness is not regarded. The only chance of the homo poultry-keeper to be succet-isfnl is in supplying the retail traders and large consumers with new-]akl ?ggs. It is in this direction that the home poultrvman has the market all in his favour, for the foreigner is put out of the competi- tion owing to distance. To make a pmiit .mt of new-laid JóS, the Enslish farm* or he particular on certain points, and this he often neglects, to his own disadvantage. To he successful in joaMng money out of new-laid eggs lie reu-t provide a regular supply all the year round. He tin1-' make certain rules as to gathering eggs, md also fiB to the keeping and marketing of them. He nm-si never sen;' to market, as frefill, an egg which is in the least degree t"ubtfnl; this is an important rule to follow, for once the former gets a reputation, lie must keep up that reputation; he mnr-;t let buyers fee that they can depend upon his word, and know that when they buy "fresh" they will set fresh and not fairly fresh seconds." Rv- attention to .letaiN end with a little trouble, the English poultry-keeper can be sure of a constant market and good prices, all the year round. Dne reason why eggs are now more nought After than aforetime, is that people realize that a fre^h home-produced egg is worth three of the small, stale, foreign ones.

0 THE GREENHOUSE.

----+-BEES: NOVEMBER HINTS.

0 I GROWING SUGAR BEET.

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