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YSTRADGYNLAIS NOTES ! I

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. -n__._._-I i PIGS AND -POTATOES.…

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n_ PIGS AND POTATOES. I Mr. Protheroe, speaking at Fareham denied that the Board of Agriculture was opposed to pig-keeping. The Board wished -is many pigs as pos- sible to be kept, but they should, he said, be fed in an economical way. He commended the keeping of pigs to cottagers. The pig and the potato were two of the most important things that could be grown, and he hoped that there was going to be a very large increase in the potato crop. He a lso enforced the importance of cul- tivating a llotments, as one of the dif- ficulties this year would be that of I rail wa y tra nspo rt.

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WOMAN AND MAN'S CLOTHING.

"WAR TIME" BOOTS—ON SALE -ON…

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