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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

• • . . . . 1 - ·· ;:. ·: ·? : FOR LI OFPIO= ?: E:Lt'.N?-i - ;·' ·.·1. .N T? .? Y' .P P?N N?EX W E ? ..,:::!i . : ·. ~ . .i . :. .. . . . . . .: .. --.:.·;;;;; :i !:' -:I:. .-. . - ·· · , 1 . . . . . . ... . . ? .. :: . . ·-- : :. __ " i, , Woney. • +? ?- -.-·- .?-~NS. aeo20 to' alo, farm stoEk, esope ow ap "" '- ot " eOt' erlityP; ?. ni: n~otiatMed. GCo. Davl4 t 4 E.. .rali.wbuil.?dus is. Blsaboth-atreet. 'IE O E Y. .- +_t'~-E ~~ ?' lhaYe a large amount of )AONEY TO LHFlD, . t LOWElST CURRENT RATIiS, in large and mal ianms, on country lapnd, Ifor terms of twoe thr'iee, four, ve or seven years, mth the option-: : - iredueing principal .if.required. ! Foil .partieularf and all inform?ation from J M EVOY and Co., aM .MARKET-STREET, MdELBOURNE. hONEY ON FARM. LANDS At Lowest Current RHate,. " Business Promptly Arrangedt, Low C~harges; *1itbere Poassble 1 ACCETPT LOCAL VALUATIONS. DERNARD- MICHAElfr " uetioneer and Farm Saleaman, 4 QUEEN-ST. NTATIONAL TruNteas Co., 11S Quuen-street, Bia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

Stock .'and StatIc.M CLOSER SETTLM-ENT PARM ALLOTMENTS. A"' pplication is invited for farming areas on the undermention?ed.estates: 1 No. of Allots. . -Estate. District. - Available. Norrin Nerrin .-. -- .. 8. -.Streatham -- -- - 12 Mt., Widderin -. - .- .. Skipton -.... Sutable for wheat Pannoo - .. -,- -... - ..Echuca . .,.- g 8 ':growing and sheep -Marathon and Willow Grove .. Echuca .. - - 3 i farming, Werribee -. -- .. ..- . Werribee- .. - -20 Cremona . --. . . . Yea ....- 5 SEumeralla - - -- - --Hamilton 1---- 7 Suitable for dairy Allambee .- ...- . - ....Yarragon --...- 15 "i and amixe ?oyhu ..-. .- . ---- -. . Wangaratta .. 2 farming. Bona Vista ..- . . .- - - - Warragul ..-- .. -- 8 .D g a, Kilmany Park .. . ,. a . 71 'Dairying and beot S.g.. . rowing. Boladale -- ... -- .. ..- Maffra .. ... . -. 13 . Allotments suitable for agricultural laborers', workmen's and clerka' homes are available; as . under:-. -.Agricultural Laborers:--Allambee Estate, 2 allotments; Waubra Estate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

Y6E~S PUMv PS LOW DOWN TANK PUMVPS, 5 in. DIA. x 5 in. STROKE,. POL ISHED CYLINDER, BRASS VALVE SEATS, WITH METAL VALVES (RUBBER FACED). CAPACITY 1800 ENGLISH or 2000 AMERICAN GAL LONS PER HOUR. NO. 268 PUMP WITH PLAIN HANDLE. PRICE, 40/. - THE FAMOUS R470, WITH COG GEAR HANDLE WHICH REDUCES POWER REQUIRED TO OPERATE by 40 PER CENT. - PRICE, 50/. pig. For Irrigat ;1.7 " ing, Filling - Tankc, Sheep' I and . Cattle STroughis, &c., these Pumps Sare Unequal led. WELCIH PERRIN & CO 4-56 Queen's-bridge-street, SOUTH MELBOURNE. T[ ou 0 v1 ar Watch that Will ot KS time S take a to ogn IL Aistl4i 1t5 ~mth pzoet QolLJPswPO ~. ..Q& a s •nd Importers of A i Beds. "nd. G h .,. ion, neas S z.i. Elastgie ?"?ookingas? Bandages, Galvanic Batteries, Abdomium nral Belts, Trusses a $id Sulergical Appli p uaces generally. S Price L?st Posted ree on Applicatioi. : S Agents for FPRANCIS'S.II PREPARiED OIL for every deris'r.l -ion of Wounds. Bruiesu and Strains ii-Cattle and Hores.:...

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"Denny." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

"Den) y." Blackl;-Boyles.v White-Egan. 10- 11 10 5 - 26 .. 23 21 .. 20 --'15 31 .. 26 7 - 10 11- 15 •0 ...;25, .9 ---.13 22 .. 18 22 .. 18 4 - 8 23 .. 18 1-- 5 15 --2" - '5 .2'2 14 --23 18.. 9 (a) 25 -.'18~ S 11 20 . ..10 5 - 14. (b):12.- 16, 28 .. 24 7 - 14 23 .. 38 '20 ...11" ;9-- 14 30.2. 12 - 23 g8 ?' 22.. 2. .. 20 2 - 7 (0127 18 Drawn. (a) This ..is less dimeuicult .to handle than the double take. (b) Generally, played here, but 6-10 offers more chance .of a wilwn. (c) pl'la:ed on easy lines throughout. "Kelso." Played in a match between Julius D'Orio and J. T:. BrNadford ("San Francisco Poeat."). lack--Bradford. -White-D'Oro. 10 - 5 (a17 .. 23 8 -11 2 .. 18 2"..t 7 11--- 13 13 .. 6 16 - 19 11 ?16 24 .. 19 1 -- 10 21 .. 17 23 .. 18 15 - 24 23 .. 18 19 - 21 1I - 22 28 .. 19 20 - 24 17 ..13 25 .. 1s 16 -20 27 .. 20 21 - 27 9'- 11 (b)31 .. 27 10 - 15 18 .. 15 18 .. 9 4 -8 10 .. 10 11 - 18 S.. 22 29.. 25 7 - 23 30 .r 26 6 .. 17 (1)5 - 9 25 ..22 23 - 30 8 - 11 (c)17 .. 13. 1 - 16. 3...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DRAUGHTS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

DRAUGiHi S ITEMS. Tile town players who returned fromn the Warr nambool trip sleak ill thle highest termns of the ho'pitality tlhey received from their country friends. Though thle country players scoreil a rather easy victory, the losers are quite satisfied with the result. .Ir. James 'Ferrie, ex-cihampion of the world, who pigliefid his intention of retiring from the game, has been persuadcd to cOmpiete once agaim for the Scottish cIh:mpiotjinip. Mr. Ferrie has woni the ellhampion?ip six timles, and is the pre. Sont holer of the title. A rcccrt nmatch between D'Orio sMl Lieberman, two sleading: American- players, resultcd in a tie,. iwith illthe score of one win. each and eight draws, , Christy Mathewson, a "star" pitcher among the baseball players of .tihe' lited States, has long: held. clairan to the. baseball players? eheckcr cham pionship. lHis claim is now disputed'by Fielder A: Jor,es, president of Itie'Nol:tli.Westerr.i Basball TL~agu~, and a maitch is beinig arrangedT etwe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

'~rna 'rom the moment of rit Uonle-comlngn, the "W ?? tholn" brlngs Sewlnag hoarg e casPoe and comfort. :? .V.· · .v." =========== === The apsed, ncde lessness, absnce" ?4 *f vibration and ; ease in running ef the " 'Wertheim "" Shas transformed 3Sew. ing fromn a treasome .takL to a plaasant p~astinme. Easy Prlces. EaayTerms. Paurchasers tauoht froee. Catalogue on request. _. "'mT ia Beauty I' INSPECT AT WERTHEIM CENTRAL SHOWROOMS 294-6 Bourke Street, Melbourne "6 one"s Gates Registered Design. - . ."re r. Fig. 178 - S.. Fig.. 178 .. " •- \e :do riot think" there is a handsomr "Gate ma-de ithan Fi^. ...178; which. show~s a Double Driveway Gate.. -Hand-gates to -: maidcl are made. "- -• '- They are strong, *-reliable, and do riot Cyclone Gate Frames are made of strong steel tubing. Rigidity is effectively secu? ed riot only lay the braces or mesh, as the case may be, but by making the framnes so that there are no joints in the top corners Cyclone Gates are Ant Proof. . -. -. Oyolone ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

DR..RENTEL'8 VITALITY PILLS. New .lmproved. Formula -for Extreme Cases. Price, 1l0?..t.t.let?otle.sA,/- Lpst frC, ...pPaplet post free, e a ... -~ra m Dc; R.entel's Vitality Pills, for which I hold .- a ?- g.the sole Australian right of manifacture, " - -have been"fohind an unfailing, remedy f6r the S. worst cases of lost vig;ir, varicocele, the .; .?,? /. : wasting.effects of early dissipation;-, and every other nervous complaint., These iharviellous • Pills are now obtainable ii'a. newr, con centrated and improved foririula ·which; while not departing: in any essential froitn the Soriginal, is intended specially:for those cases that, through neglect or unskilful treatment, y bhave reached that all-but incurable sta'ge. If /you believe your case to be hopeless, don't .lose one minute before writing me, as in the i very larg number of apparently incurable Scases in.which these pills in.the..new cond S'centrated formula have been used, there has not been: ohe failure. . -...- ,_.. .:...

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RESCUED FROM THE CURSE OF GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

RESCUED FROM TIHE CURSE OF GOD. BY-TPASTOR RSSELL;-;. ; Text: £"There shall be no 'more cui:'o c. :ev'. .xxii., 3. - . ., i We .are.: emergingi fronv:a.. llorible night mare of delusion. Thie lihackles of super stition are breakiiing ,iom our minds. Oiur forefathers, under the threat that to doubt the creeds was' to be damned, feared to think for themselves. Satan helped not only to make our creeds, lbut to manacle u-s to them hby direful threats. W\dll may we praise God for the dawning light of the new day, which is bringing us spiritual bleasings, even as it is showering upon us, temporal advantages such as tiie world never before knel. Freedom to think transcends ail phlysial liberties. Truly, "'telle liber·ty 'iwheevlith' Christ makes free" is :the great 'o""b iiof God to iman. In proportion as.itimas b'eei received, there is joy; othei'wiso, thele is dfscontcnt, groaning, paiin God's curse, as .et :brthl by .th, crccds; consigns the whol? '_.;oi.di to eterinal .tor bure, except...

Publication Title: Leader
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"Denny." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

• ':Denny:" . " : P Bln?k?-Ean. White-Boylcs. 10- 34 15.- 19 8- 1]2. 3 -1"7 24 (a)20 ?. 1 ..6 5 .. . 22 .. 15 1-15 12 1 19 4 (g).:'8 2 - 7 22 .'. I 07(d)21 2'.. 27 .. 27 15-.22 9 10 : 1 .4 --18-; 18- 22 2! (bin 29 2.. 25-31 .:.271 24 ..20 S- 15 1- '. 6: 6 (h)10 22. - 26 21 (c)17 20.(e)16 "17(i)14-15 ...1. 7 -10 19 (f)23 : 10 ?-17 7 -16 17 . 13 2V. ; 19, 21 ..14 20.. 11 0 -14 15-24. 8s-- 26 - s1 25.. 21 28 .. 39:. 16 ..' 7 Black wins. n A 4line opening; though Black holds a slight auidantage. I LllTs uly phtyed, thoiUlgh the single take seems preferable. pr 8 .. 2l , ?W .. 22 and the text aie nil sound. d This scms to camnp White's game. e Daring, but not serviceable. f A strong move. SThie shot Icks tempting enough, ult only dw1 .f h 7, I White replies 9to .. 15, 12 - 19, 15 .. 10. 0 1- 3, 21 .. 17. with a good game. i Nothing left; The win has beeya well forced.

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STRIKE COLLAPSING. JOHANNESBURG, 15th January, 3.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

STRIKE COL1SAPSLNC. JOHANNESBURG, 15th Janiary, . 3:40 p.m. The railhvay strike is believed to.be col lapsing. There are more. applications for re employment than there are Vacancies to be filled. The normal tmrain services are bieing re sumed.

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THE STATE BEFORE POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

T S'TATE BEfFORE POLITICS. At a mass meeting of farmers at Stellen bosch, in Cape Colony, Zir. J. X. Merri man, ex-Premier, urged the Government. to tstand firm. "There must," he said, "be no more treaties with the Trades Federa tion, and no more interviews with men with revolvers in their pockets to enforce their demands." This remark rehtes to thie compact made at the Carlton IIotel, Johannesburg, in July last, when MIr. Bain and the other Labor leaders met General 0Botha and General Smuts after the strike riot ing. Sir Thomas Smart't, leader of tlhe Oppo sition in the Union House of Assembly, said thant to-day it was the duty of the Opposition to stand by the Government. The countiy was aot prepared to hand over the reins to self-appointed Junto like the Trades Fdderation. The greatest enthusiasm was shown at the meeting-a fact which is chiracteristie . of. many similar meetings throughout tlihe Union.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPROVED SITUATION. JOHANNESBURG, 15th January, 11.5 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

.IMPROV ED SITUATION. JOHAN.NESBURGC, 15th January, 11.5 a.m. The situation amongst the miners on the Reef continues on the whole satisfactory. Froin the East Rand, Germiston, Central Rand and West Rand overnight reports in dicate the decided unwillingness of the men to come out. In some cases, as on the East Rand, employcs representing .a large sec tion -of the men are volunteering for the pro'tection of their, respective mine. proper ties. This s the case at the Gold Fields group especially, and on. the Rand mines the men seem well disposed. To-day, how c .vr, is the critical time, and will 9how. whether or not the miners are responding to -the Trades'Federation orders. In Johannesburg last night passed aabso. lutely without incident apart from the ar rests of persons who did not possess .per mits. The Trades HIallis'still -isolated, and no pedestrian or cart is allowed anyw here near it. Reports from the East Randi proprietary mines show that, except a few -men who have come out ...

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WINTER FEED FOR SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

WINTFER FEED FOR SHEEP. In those noirtherxi districts :of Vic&toria which :aire being brought under mixed farm ing of sheep and grain, cultiators are dis cussing the various grass and fodder crops, and lucerne is winning the most favor. Paspalum was muci sough?t aftei` for a time. and, while .it proved of little value withodit irrigation, it was found to pioduce a large quantity of fodder when irrigated; but, in comparison with irrnigated lucerne, it did not commend itself. The lucerne; in competition with such productive crops as maize, sorghum and thie millets gene rally, is favored, not only on account of the large quantity of excellent fodder which it provids,, but also owing to the saving of labor, ?h;ile, yhen once estab lished, it lasts for many yeats. In the case of such fodders as maize, thie crop has not only to be cut:and carted off, but the land ahas to be cultivhated and sown every year. So much is.ithe saving of labor favored that lucerne takes the leading plac...

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TRADES HALL SURRENDERS. OCCUPANTS MARCHED TO GAOL. JOHANNESBURG, 15th January, 3.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

CI'1 TR\IYFs: 4 -14 SURRGSENIE1. ~oc~cUP-l~Ns~l~ M~rarcHED cl2Q! GAOL. JDH.T;1~;N'N~~iJ>BURC lA3ti Janluay, 3.30 p.m. £be l.'iadc\~, TI ~r11l h'i,: surrendor'ed luneoii diti~oni2ilv; Tile Ic Ldcrs, Mec~ra~. Baa nd! Mnlnason, cII an4 S ro'erie uarih er d i an over porin eeort :tb the .police head auar te.j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

* THE DIPPING- ACT. This Act las now been amend·d, m1akh-g it conm puirory for all owner onr of shccp to have them dipped within 60 days after shearing. To avoil tiouble, loss of money and time, owvnels shouil see that their sheep are dipped in a reliable pre paration like LI'IILE'S POWDER or FLUID DIP. This costs only a farthing per head, as a case of Little's Powder Dip at LO50/ w-ill dip frsm 2000 to 30o0 sheep. A five-gallon drum of L;'luid will dip from 1100 to 1.00 bhcep. "These dips can be ob. tained from storekeepers and agents, or direct from- MORRIS,, LITTLE and Co. LTD, 26 St. J ~Toms-atroeet, Mebourne. Grain Bags. Corn Sacks. Large Stock of Every Dcscription. It Will Pay You to Write or Telegraph UTI Bcfore Ordering. OUR1 PRICES A?tE LOWEST. SCAITLETT and Co., 437 Collins-strect. pMelhborne, '7 JUTE AND WH~EAT SPECIALISTS,' I EXPERT PRODUCE SALESMEN. onsrign All Your Produce to U.. We Retun: Pronipt Cadi and Top Frdcep.. Costs Id an hour to ruan. You couldn't get chieape...

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THE SURRENDER OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

*-THE.SURRENDER .OFFER. This morning the strikers in the Traides Hall offered to surrender. The Government replied that 'all the occupants must be arrested-foribly if necessary. The occupants of the Trades Hall include Melssrs. Bain and Mason, the principal strike leaders, and over 2100 of more or less prominent followers. It is reported that MIr. Bain has offered to surrender, and that he asks for aan inter -iew writh General Beotha. The Government's reply to the offer of surrender was an order to the control ofli cer to arrest every man withinw the hall, and to use the most drastic measures -if necessary, or if after 'having been warned the occupants would not sturrender without violence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

?ober?tsonr :offt, . Pty. Ltd. Now Proceeding The ummer C earing Sae 0 A Supremely important Economy Event. ALL DEPARTMENTS OF FASHION MUST BE ABSOLUTELY CLEARED. Colored Dresses at Sale Prices. FRENCII CHALYS.-All wvool, 30 in. wide, in endless variety; uAually 1./6, 1/9, 1/11, 2/3 yd. SALE PRICES, 9.d., 1/ and 1/6 yd. CASINO CLOTH, silk Pnd wool, a nice bright finish, in all the-leading shades, douole widthl; usually 4/6; Sale. price, 8/6 yd. SAHlRA CLOTIH, all wool, 46 in. wide, in self coolos; usually 4/6; Sale price, 1/11. DRESS TWEEDS, double width, in fash ionable designs and shades; us-ually 1/111; Sale price, 1/. Black Dresses at Sale Prices. ALL DOUBLE b IDTII. SILK and WOOL VOILE, in the new slripe effects; usually 3/6; Sale price, 2;6. IlOPSAC, all wool; usual price, 8/11; Sale price, 2/0. CREPOLINE, a beautiful all wool fatbrice; usually 5/6; Sale price, 3/11. Sale Prices in the Under Clothing Department. CORSETS, a special line; usually 27/6 iand 32/6; marked at Sale '...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVE STOCK. SOUTHDOWNS IN GIPPSLAND. FAVORABLE REPORTS FROM THE WELSHPOOL DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

LW. STOC K. * .. :SOUTHDOW4S IN CI|PPSLAND. FAVORABLE REPORTS FROM THE :* - :WELSHPOOL DISTRICT. " [BY OUR ACGICII.'ULTUIAL REPORTER.] .On reclaimed swamps and mud flatts, near Port Welshpool, in the c~treme end of Sotili Giippsland. ~l[cssra. Rossiter and Sal ..on have, after several experiments, found that the Southdown type of sheep answer the best. They have proved exceedingly hardy, and from a mutton point of view are inmexcelled. The ewes make admirable mo thers, and on an average drop about 130 per cent. of lambs. Wh.ile shaller in size than mo~st of the other Br:'itish breeds, the Southdowns prove much hetavier than they look, and there is a smaller pereetit age of ofi:~!l to carcase than is the eause with most mutton sheep. For the productio.on of fat lambs, the Southdown is valued, ir there is a!:ways a good percentage which mature into good weights. 'TIhere is a uni forinity in thie drop of pure bred South downs which appeals to fat lamb buyers, and the nugge'tty, solid a...

Publication Title: Leader
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RAND SITUATION SERIOUS TRADES HALL BESIEGED. STRIKE LEADERS ARRESTED. THE RAILWAY STRIKE. SAID TO BE COLLAPSING. JOHANNESBURG, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

TRADES •lALL BESI- .ED. STRIKli: LEADERS ARRESTED., THIE -RAILWAY STRItKE. SAID TO IBE COLIJAPSING.. JOHANNESBURU-, 15th January: The decisive nieasures- adopted by the Union Government for the suppression of disoi'der in connection with the industrial upheaval in South Africa-the rcgidn over which martial law has been proclaimed lhavng been divided into nine "control areas," eadch under, an officer invested With absolute powers-are having an important dffect in improving the general situation. The Trades- Hall at Jdhannesburg is practically in a state of. siege, the- police being desirous of arresting those of the astrike leaders who have not yet been ap prehended, and who have taken shete;r in the biuilding.. rlTo men wVho were arrested, at .]3enoni were r?ecued by a mob of strikers. The latter also thwarted an attempt by police and detectives to raid the Trades Hall and arrest MIr. Bain, the secretary of the Trades Federation. A--STREET DEMONSTRATION. A large and menacing crowd y...

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GALF REARING. QUESTION OF FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

CALF REARINC, QUESTION OF FEEDING. In the rearing of calves, 'we have at ways regarded it as a mystery," a con tributor writes, "why -oil meal, hay tea and other foods rich in protein are recom mended as substitutes for the fat taken froin whole milk. It is easy to imagine that whole cow's milk is pretty nearly ao ideal calf food-a well-balanced ration. After removing the greater part of the fat the nitrogenous ingredients of the milk ars certainly in excess. Then to add suc? foods as mentioned to the-shim milk seems only to make matters worse. Acting upon this theory, we determined to substitute linseed meal for oil meal. This, it seemed, would, in a measure at least, take the place of the fat removed by the separator and make it a feed more nearly like whole milk. "The linseed meal was made into a thickI jelly and added to the separator milk, which -had been previously warmed to 9S deg. to 100 deg., according to the weather,. at the rate of about one-half tablespoonful at first fo...

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