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64
57
52
60
64
65
75
50
47
62
58
65
73
78
58
67
62
63
58
53
60
58
48
47
58
47
46

1,830
50.3


44»

39

36

35

41

37

29

32

51

49

50

40

36

32

36

29

35

44

44

49

46

40

34

31

34

41

29

23

35

27

20

1.148
37.


53»

48.

49.

49.

52.6

47.

40.5

46.

57.5

67.

62.5

45.

41.5

47.

47.

47.

54.

61.

51.

58.

54.

51.5

46.

42.

47.

49.5

38.5

35.

46.5

37.

33.

1,403.5
48.2




w.
w.
w.
w.
s.

N.W.
Variable.

S.
8.W.

8.
Variable.
N.E.
N.W.
N.W.
N.W.
Variable.
S.W.
S.W.
N.E.

S.

S.E.
S.W,
S.W.

w.

S.W.

w.

N.W.
S.E.

W.

N.
N.W.


Fair.


2




Fair.


3




Clear.


4




Clear.


5




Fair.


6

7


traee.


Fair.
Clear.


8




Fair.



10


.04


CIoud7-
Cloudy.


11




Fair.


12
13


1.35


Cloady.
Ooady,
dear.


14




15




Clear.


16




Clear.


17




dear.


18




Clear.


19




Oaadj,


20




doudy.


21
22


.72


Fair.
Clear.


23




Clear.


24




dear.


25




Fair.


26
27


.19


Cloudy,
dear.


28




Clear.


29




dear.


30




dear.


31




dear.


Riim^


2.30




Mean. .















Maximum temperature.
Minimum temperature..



.78».
.20°.



Mean temperature.
Prevailing wind. . . .



.48.2°.



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Report of the Meteorologist,
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NOVEMBER, 1904



335





Texpbbatubb.


Pbbcipita-

TION.


Pbktailino

WIND.


Charactbr




Max.


Min.


Mean.


OF DAT.


1


54»

60
65
57
40
44
40
47
33
48
38
48
44
42
40
50
34
35
53
55
60
50
60
46
. 42
41
33
20
40
60

1.356
45.2


20*
28
38
38
27
27
26
22
20
26
26
22
28
30
26
32
18
12
15
33
31
21
32
33
26
22
16
11
7
36

766
25.5


41.5*

30.

46.5

47.6

33.6

36.5

33.

34.6

31.

37.

32.

35.

36.

36.

37.5

41.

26.

23.5

34.

44.

40.5

35.5

41.

30.6

34.

31.5

24.

20.

28.

43.

1.061
36.4




N.W.

s.e.
s.

n.e.
n.e.

w.

w.

w.

N.

w.
w.

8.W.

N.E.
N.W.
• W.
W.

w.

N.

W.

w.
w.

8.W.

W.

N.W.

N.W.

W.
N.W.
ll.W.

8.
8.W.


Fair.


2




Clear.


3




Fair.


4




Clear.


5




Fair.


6




Fair.


7




Clear.


8




Clear.



10


.42


Fair.
Clear.


11
12


.06


Fair.
Clear.


13
14
16


2.10


Rainy.

Fair.

Clear.


16




Fair.


17




Clear.


18




dear


10




Clear.


20




Clear.


21




dear.


22




Clear.


23




Fair.


24




doudy.
Fair.


26




26




Clear.


27

28


.15


Fair.
Clear.


29
30


.42


doudy.
Fair.


8iiinT


3.15




Mean. . . .














MaxiD
Mmin


lum tempera
um temperat


lure

ore


...67*. ]
...7*. 1


Prevailing win


ure

i


...35.4*.

....weet.



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



R. I. Agl. Expt. Sta. Rep., 1905.
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR DECEMBER, 1904.






TnCPSBATUHB.


Pbbcipita-

TION.


FftBTAiuxro


OBAMAcrm.




Max.


Min.


Mean.


or DAT.


1


38«


22**


30-


traoe.


W.


Clear.


2


31


20


25.5




W.


Fair.


3


26


19


22.5




N.E.


Fair.


4


26


12


10.





W.


Fair.


6


32


13


22.5


.40


Variabto.


daady.


6


34


16


26.




W.


Oear.


7


37


16


26.




W.


Fair.


s


31
24


18
11


24.5
17.6




W.
W.


Fair.







Gtear.


10


14


6


0.6


.12


N.


Oondj.


11


20


4


12.




W.


Gtear.


12


28


7


17.6


.60


N.E.


Ckwdy.


13


27


16


21.5


.40


N.


Fair.


14


10


6


12.




W.


Clear.


16


26


8


17.


traee.


N.


Fair.


Id


32


15


23.5


.80


N.W.


F«r.


17


32


8


20.




B.W.


Fair.


18


32


18


26.


.80


N.W.


Fair.


19


40


12


26.




8.W.


Cloudy.


90


86


17


26.5


traoe.


8.W.


Vmt.


21


20
20
43


11

4

20


20.

16.6

36.




W.
8.W.
8.W.


doer.


22




F^.


28


.06


Cloady.


24


41


18


20.5


trace.


N.W.


CkNidT.


26


22





15.5


.10


N.E.


Gk»id7.


26


26


14


20.




N.E.


CioiMiy.


27


47


26


36.


1.65


8.W.


Raiay.


28


60


24


37.


.60


S.W.


Fair.


20


82


18


26.




W.


dear.


80


32


21


26.6


.06


W.


Fair.


31


46

082
31.6


20

464
14.6


33.

718
. 23.1




W.


Fair.


, Slim , .


4.07




Mean















Ttfa^twiiiw temperatura.
Minimmn temperatura..



. 50^. Mean temperatura .

. 4^ Prevailing wind. . .



.23. 1*.



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Report of the Metteorologist.
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JANUARY, 1906.



337







noN.


WIND.


Chaxactkb




Max.


Ifin.


Meu.


OF DAT.


1


40»
46
30
10
22
34
48
88
36
37
32
46
37
22
22
20
36
38
45
41
30
30
32
24
24
14
31
33
20
22
25

1.021
32.0


82»
30
10

8
—1

6
32
24
16
20
17
26
10

8

2
12
15
18
23
26
18
27
10

7

5

3

5
14

7
11

7

461
14.0


40.6*
87.5
20.
11.
10.6
20.
40.
28.5
26.5
28.5
24.5
86.
28.
15.
12.
20.5
26.5
28.
84.
88.6
28.5
83.
21.
16.5
14.5
8.5
18.
23.6
18.
16.6
16.

741
23.0




W.

S.W.

N.E.
W.

w.

N.E.
B.W.

W.

W.

S.W.

N.W.

VariAbto.

W.
N.W.

W.
S.W.

W.

w.

S.W.

w.

E.

W.
N.W.
N.E.
N.E.
N.W.

W.
8.W.

W.

N.

W.


Clear.


2
3
4
6


.10
.42
.40


Fair.
Rainy.
Fair.
Clear.


6

7

g


.30
1.31


Cloudy.

Fair.

Clear.


9




Clear.


10




Fair.


11




Cloudy.


12
13


.02


Rainy.
Cloudy.
Fair.


14




15




Clear.


16




Fair.


17




Clear.


18




Clear.


10




Clear.


20




Clear.


21
22
23


.04
.27


Cloudy.

Fair.

Clear.


24
26
26


.06
.55


Fair.

Cloudy.

Clear.


27




Clear


28
20


.01


Fair.
Clear.


30




Fair.


31




Clear


SlIXDr t T - -


4.37




^f^an















Maximum temperature.
Minimum temperature..



. .40^. Mean temperature.

. — 1*. Prevailing wind . .



,23.0^
. . west.



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



338 R. I. Agl. Expt. Sta. Rep., 1905.

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR FEBRUARY, 1905.





Temperature.


Precipita-

TIOK.


Prevailing

WIND.






Max.


Min.


Mean.


or DAT.


1


27«


5"


16. •




N.W.


Fair.


2


22


8


15.




N.W.


Clear.


3


18


1


9.5




N.W.


Clear.


4


19




7.5




W.


Clear.


5


29


1


15.




S.E.


Fair.


6


33


19


26.


.72


N.E.


aoady.


7


28


13


20.5





W.


Clear.


8


32


7


19.5




N.E.


Clear.


9


32


17


24.5


.53


N.E.


Rainy.


10


38


23


30.5




Variable.


aoudj'.
Clear.


11


27


12


19.5




W.


12


34


5


19.5


.76


E.


aoudy.


13


40


12


26.


.05


W.


Cloudj.


14


19


1


10.


W.


Clear.


15
16
17


26


5


15.5


; VjiriAbiA.


aoudy.
dear


19


2


10 5




W.


37


11


24.




S.W.


Fair.


18


26


10


18.




W.


Clear.


19


22


4


13.




W.


Clear.


20


33


15


24.


.12


S.W.


Cloudy.


21


45


29


37




Variable.


Clear.


22


32


19


25 5




N.E.


aoudy.
Clear.


23


32


17


24.5




N.


24


40


19


29.5




N.W.


Fair.


25
26


40


18


29.




W.


Clear.


37


22


29.5




S.W.


Fair.


27


29


16


22 5




w.


dear.


28


38


15


26.5




w.


dew.


Sum

Mean


864


322


588


2.18






30.5


11.5


21







Maxin
Minim


mm temporal
um temperat


,ure

ure


.45". 1

.— 4». I


If ean temperat
'revailins win<


UTO

i


...21*.
..wwt.



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Report of the Meteorologist. 339

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MARCH, 1905.





Teiipebatubb.


Precipita-
tion.


PWBVAIUNO
WIND.


Character




Max.


Min.


Mean.


OP DAT.


1


32**
30
36
42
28
36
37


17»
18
11
20
9
18
17


24.5'*

24.

23.5

31.

18.5

27.

27.




W.

w.
w.

w.

S.W.

N.W.

Variable.


Clear.


2




Clear.


3




Clear.


4




Fair.


5




Fair.


6




Clear.


7


.22


Cloudy.


8


37


30


33.5


.57


S.







43


29


36.


.12


Variable.


Rainy.


10


48


30


39.


.36


W.


Fair.


11


35
38
37
38


20
20
17
18


27.5
29.
27.
28.




W.
W.
W.

Variable.


Clear.


12




Fair.


13




Clear.


14




Cloudy.


15


38
47
44
57
48


16
21
25
28
42


27.

34.

34.5

42.5

45.




W.

S.W.

Variable.

S.W.

S.W.


Clear.


16




Fur.


17




Clear.


18




Clear.


19


.21


Rainy.


20


42


30


36.


.02


N.


Cloudy.


21


33


29


31.


1.06


n.e.


Rainy.


22


37
42
43


25
23
26


31.

32.5

34.5




N.
£.

s.e.


Fair.


23




Clear.


24




Cloudy.


25


48


39


43.5


.21


S.W.


Cloudy.


26


60


36


48.




w.


Clear.


27


58


37


47.5


.01


w.


Fair.


28
29


68
60


37
40


52.5
50.




w.

N.E.


Fair.




Clear.


30


56


36


46.


.05


s.


Fair.


31


67

1,365
44


34

788


50.5

1.026.5
34.7




w.


Clear.


Sum

Mean


2 86




25.4

















Bfaximum temperature .
Minimum temperature..



.68°.
. 8°.



Mean temperature.
Prevailing wind . . . .



.34.7°.
. .west.



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



340 R. I. Aql. Expt. Sta. Rep., 1905.

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR APRIL, 1905.





TXMPBBATUmB.


PUeCIPtTA-

noN.


Prxtaiumo






MaT.


Min.


Mean.


OF DAT.


1


58«

47

58

47

50

50

62

50

56

58

54

56

49

60

56

50

44

60

51

60

60

53

57

55

63

66

68

69

57

70

1,668
55.1


35«

24

23

36

39

36

27

28

26

37

36

38

36

36

33

32

24

30

26

35

42

36

31

32

41

41

46

38

36

41

1.020
34


44.»

35.6

40.6

41.

44.6

43.

89.5

39.

41. •

47.5

45.

47.

42.6

48.

44.5

41.

34.

40.

38.6

47.6

51.

44.6

44.

43.6

52.

63.

54.5

48.5

46.6

56.6

1,836.6
44.6




N.W.
N.W.
N.W.
N.E.
N.W.
S.

w.
w.
w.
w.

N.E.
N.E.
N.K

8.
N.W.

W.

W.

W.
8.W.

8.

8.W.

Variable.

W.
S.W.

w.

8.W.
Variable.

N.E.
8.
W.


Fair.


2




Gtear.


8




Gtear.


4
6
6

7


.01
.44

1.21


aoudy.
aoudy.
Fair.
Clear.


8




Fair.







Fair.


10
11
12


trace.
.61


Fair.

aoudy.

Fair.


18




aoody.


14




Clear.


15
16


.10


Clear.
Fair.


17




Clear.


18




Fair.


19




Clear.


20
21
22


.17
.27


Fair.

Oaadj.

Clear.


23




Clear.


24




Fair.


26




Clear.


28




CloDdy.


27
28


.02


F*ir.
Fair.


29




CkMidy.


30




Clear.


Sum. .


2.83




Mean ...














Maximum temperature.
Minimum temperattffe..



.70*.
.23^



Mean temperature. .
Prevailinc wind ....



..44.5«.



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Repobt of the Meteorologist.
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAY, 1905.



341



TXMPBEATUmB.



Max.



66«

58

60

56

58

66

70

67

66

70

72

68

60

59

73

58

40

65

68

56

68

70

63

65

66

72

60

80

79

67

69

2.027
65.4



Ifin.



80
41
42
36
43
50
43
40
42
45
48
45
45
51
43
42
42
47
46
87
30
47
38
44
52
55
58
54
50
48

1^79
44.5



45.5*
44.

55.

50.

47.

54.5

64.5

55.

58.

56.

58.5

55.5

52.5

52.

62.

48.

45.5

53.5

57.5

51.

50.

54.5

55.

51.5

55.

62.

62.

69.

66.5

58.5

58.5

1.703
55.



Prscipita-
noN.



.06



.15



.53



.62



.07
.08



.03



.04



.11



1.69



PRVTAILIirO



w.

8.W.

S.W.
VariablA.

S.E.

8.W.

S.W.
Variabla.

N.W.

N.W.

8.W.

S.W.

E.

Variabto.

S.E.

N.E.

N.E.

S.W.
W.

w.

S.W.

S.W
N.

S.W.
S.W.
S.W.
S.W.
S.W.

w.

N.E.
E.



CBABACm
OF DAT.



Clear.

Clflar.

Clflar.

Fair.

Fair.

Cloudy.

Fair.

Clear.

Fair.

Fair.

Clear.

Cloudy.

Cloudy.

Cloudy.

Cloudy.

Cloudy.

Cloudy.

Fair.

Clear.

Clear.

Clear.

Clear.

Cloudy.

Clear.

Clear.

Clear.

Cloudy.

Clear.

Fair.

Fair.

Clear.



Maxlnnini temperature.
Minimum temperature.. ,



. 80^. Mean temperature 55**.

.30*. Prevailins wind southwest.



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



342 R. I. Agl. Expt. Sta. Rep., 1905.

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JUNE 1905.





Temperaturb.


Precipita-
tion.


PRKVAn.¥NO
WIXD.


Character




Max.


Min.


Mean.


OF DAT.


1


64*

72

72

74

79

72

66

54

72

79

69

62

74

81

85

82

77

83

68

58

65

78

81

77

80

82

71

74

80

82

2.203
73.4


47»
42
49
44

54
49
45
44
38
49
61
56
56
69
60
66
67
61
61
49
53
57
63
59
63
56
51
47
53
56

1.564
52.1


66. 5«

67.

50.6

69.

66.5

60.6

50.6

49.

55.

64.

60.

69.

66.

70.

72.5

69.

67.

72.

69.5

53.5

69.

67.6

72.

68.

66.5

69.

61.

60.5

66.6

68.5

1,883.5
62.8




N.E.
S.W.

w.

8.W.

S.W.

N.E.

N.E.

N.

Variable.

S.W.

S.W.

S.W.

S.W.

S.W.

S.W.

8.W.

S.W.

S.W.

N.E.

N.E.

E.

W.

Variable.

S.W.

S.W.

S.W.

N.W.

N.W.

w.

S.W.


Fair.


2
3


.03


dear.


4




Fair.


5




doady.


6

7
8
9


1.04
.05
.22


Cloudy.
Cloudy.
Fair.
Clear.


10




Clear.


11




Cloudy.


12
13
14


2.16
.34


Cloudy,
doody.
Clear.


16




dear.


16




dear.


17




Clear.


18




Fair.


19
20


.52


doudy.
doudy.


21
22
23


.74
.13


doudy.

Fair.

doudy.


24




Fair.


26




dear.


26




Fair.


27




Clear.


28




dear.


29




dear.


30




dear.




6.22




Mean....


1






1



Maximum temperature .
Minimum temperature..



.86*^. Mean temperature 62®.

.38^ Prevailing wind eouthveat.



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Report op the Meteorologist.



343



SUMMARY JANUARY 1, 1890, TO JUNE 30, 1905. INCLUSIVE.



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1


1




1




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1

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Average temperature for 15i ywn 46. 4*.

Average precipitation for 15i years 52.51 inches.



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REPORT OF THE TREASURER.



The Rhode Ibland Agricultural Experiment Station, in accourU with the
United States Appropriation, 1904-1905.

1905. Dr.

To receipts from the treasurer of the United States as per
appropriation for fiscal year ended June 30, 1905, as per
act of Congress approved March 2, 1887 $15,000 00

1905. Cr.

By Salaries $9,377 76

Labor 1,854 43

Publications 45 67

Postage and stationery 144 76

Freight and express 109 40

Heat, light, water, and power 373 36

Chemical supplies 53 66

Seeds, plants, and sundry supplies. . . ^ . . . 287 72

Fertilizers 169 03

Feeding-stufFs 645 80

Library 362 33

Tools, implements, and machinery 192 50

Furniture and fixtures 25 86

Live stock 432 50

Traveling expenses 268 39

Contingent expenses 15 00

Buildings and repairs 641 83

$15,000 00

We, the undersigned, duly appointed auditors of the corporation, do hereby

certify that we have examined the books and acoounts of the Rhode Island

Agricultural Experiment Station for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1905; that

we have found the same well kept and dasHified as above, and that the recdpts for

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346 R. I. Agl. Expt. Sta. Rbp., 1905.

the year from the treasurer of the United States are shown to have been $15,000,
and the corresponding disbursements $15,000, for all of which proper vouchen
are on file, and have been examined by us and found correct, thus leaving no
balance.

And we further certify that the expenditures have been solely for the puiposa
set forth in the act of Congress approved March 2, 1887.

CHARLES DEAN KIMBALL.
C. H. COGGESHALL,

AtuHlon.



Melville Bull, Treanarer, in acoouni toith the Rhode Island Aoricultukal
Experiment Station, for the year ended June 90, 1905.

1905. Dr.

To Balance from last year $2,611 31

Station recapts 1,028 81

Interest 98 33



$3,738 45



1905. Cr.

By Labor $318 17

Publications 3 08

Postage and stationery 7 62

Chemical supplies 14 53

Seeds, plants, and sundry supplies 25 92

Fertilizers 4 50

FeedingHstuffs 46 65

Library 3 60

Tools, implements, and machinery 37 66

Furniture and fixtures 1 10

Scientific apparatus 1 50

Traveling expenses 25 35

Contingent expenses 13 15

Buildings and repairs 18 71

Balance 3,216 91



$3,738 45



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Report of the Treasurer. 347

This certifies that we, the undersigiied, auditing committee of the Board of
Managers of the Rhode Island College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, have
examined the accounts of Melville Bull, treasurer of the Rhode Island Agricul-
tural Experiment Station, and find the same correct.

The total receipts were $3,738.45, and the total expenditures were $621.54,
thus leaving a balance to new account of $3,216 . 01.

CHARLES DEAN IQMBALL,
C. H. COGGESHALL,

Auditora.



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EXCHANGES.



Aboriculture, Coimersville, Ind.

Agricultural AdvertiBing, Pittsburg, Pa.

Agricultural Epitomist, Spencer, Ind.

Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales, Australia.

Agricultural Ledger, Calcutta, India.

American Cultivator, Boston, Mass.

American Fancier, Johnstown, N. Y.

American Fertilizer, Philadelphia, Pa.

American Hay, Flour, and Feed Journal, New York.

American Horse Breeder, Boston, New York, and Chicago.

American Nut Journal, Petersburg, Va.

American Philosophical Society, Proceedings of the Society.

American Poultry Advocate, S3rracuse, N. Y.

American Poultry Journal, Chicago, 111.

American Sheep Breeder and Wool Grower, Chicago, 111.

American Stock Farm, The, Winona, Minn.

American Stock Keeper, Boston, Mass.

American Sugar Industry and Beet Sugar Gazette, Chicago, 111.

Breeders' Gazette, Chicago, 111.

Bulletins of the Botanical Department of Jamaica, and Reports of

Public Gardens and Plantations.
Bulletins of the New York State Museum.
California Cultivator, Los Angeles, Cal.
Chicago Daily Drovers' Journal, Chicago, 111.
Colman's Rural World, St. Louis, Mo.
Connecticut Farmer, New Haven, Conn.
Corbett's Herald, Providence, R. I.



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Exchanges. 34&

Current Numbers of Minnesota Botanical Studies, University of

Minnesota.
Elgin Dairy Report, Elgin, 111.
Evening Telegram, Providence, R. I.
Farm and Fireside, Springfield, Ohio.
Farm and Live Stock Journal, Detroit, Mich.
Farm, Field, and Fireside, Chicago, 111.
Farm Home, The, Springfield, 111.
Farm Journal, Philadelphia, Pa.
Farm Life, Chicago, 111.
Farm Poultry, Boston, Mass.
Farm, Stock, and Home, Minneapolis, Minn.
Farmers' Advocate, London, Ontario.
Farmers' Guide, Huntington, Ind.
Farmers' Review, The, Chicago, 111.
Farmers' Sentinel, Milwaukee, Wis.
Farmers' Tribune, Des Moines, Iowa.
Feather, The, Washington, D. C.
Feathered World, The, London, England.
Flour and Feed, Waukegan, 111.
Fruit Grower, The, St. Joseph, Mo.
Geflugel-Buchter, Hamburg, Wis.
Hoard's Dairyman, Fort Atkinson, Wis.
Holstein-Fresian Register, Brattleboro, Vt.
Homestead, The, Des Moines, Iowa.
Hope Valley Free Press, Hope Valley, R. I.
Hospodarske Listy, Chicago, 111.
Indiana Farmer, Indianapolis, Ind.
Inland Poultry Journal, Indianapolis, Ind.
Journal Royal Horticultural Society, London, England.
Kansas Farmer, Topeka, Kansas.
Kimball's Dairy Farm, Waterloo, Iowa.
Maryland Agricultural Quarterly, College Park, Md.
Massachusetts Ploughman, Boston, Mass.



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Metropolitan and Rural Home, The, New York City.
Miscellaneous Publications, Department of Agriculture and Mines,

Natal, Africa.
Modem Farmer and Busy Bee, The, St. Joseph, Mo.
Missouri Agricultural College Farmer, Columbia, Mo.
National Stockman and Farmer, Pittsburg, Pa.
Nebraska Farmer, Omaha, Neb.
New Exigland Farmer, Brattleboro, Vt.
New England Homestead, Springfield, Mass.
New Farm, Preston, Md.

New Hampshire Farmer and Weekly Union, Manchester, N. H.
Northwest Horticulturist, Tacoma and Seattle, Wash.
Nut Grower, The, Poulan, Ga.
Ohio Farmer, Cleveland, Ohio.
Oregon Agriculturist, Portland, Oregon.
Orff 's Farm and Poultry Review, St. Louis, Mo.
Poultry, Peotone, 111.
Poultry Gazette, Kansas City, Kansas.
Poultry Herald, St. Paul, Minn.
Poultry Item, Fricks, Pa.
Poultry Standard, Stamford, Conn.
Poultry Success, Des Moines, Iowa.
Poultry Topics, Lincoln, Neb.
Practical Farmer, The, Philadelphia, Pa.
Practical Fruit Grower, Springfield, Mo.
Prairie Farmer, The, Chicago, 111.
Providence News, The, Providence, R. I.
Publications of the Florida Department of Agriculture.
Publications of the Department of Argiculture, Mysore State, India.
Publications of the Imperial Agricultural Experiment Station,

Nishigahara, Tokyo, Japan.
Publications of the Maine State Board of Agriculture.
Publications of the Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture.
Publications of the Department of Agriculture, New Zealand.



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Exchanges. 351

Publications of the North Carolina State Board of Agriculture.
Publications of the Department of Agriculture, University College,

North Wales.
Publications of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture.
Publications of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.
Publications of the Rhode Island State Board of Agriculture.
Publications of the Department of Agriculture, Victoria.
Publications of the Virginia Department of Agriculture.
Publications of the Department of Agriculture of Western Australia.
Queensland Agricultural Journal, Australia.
Reliable Poultry Journal, Quincy, 111.
Republic, The, St. Louis, Mo.
Rock Products, Louisville, Ky.
Rural New-Yorker, New York City.
Rural World, London, England.
Skandinavisk Farmer Journal, Minneapolis, Minn.
Southern Fancier, Atlanta, Ga.
Southern Planter, Richmond, Va.
Successful Farming, Des Moines, Iowa.
Successful Poultry Journal, Chicago, 111.
Sugar Beet, The, Philadelphia, Pa.

Sec. da Agr. Estado de Sao Paulo, Boletim da Agriculture.
Texas Farmer, Dallas, Texas.
Transvaal Agricultural Journal, India.
Up-to-Date Farming and Gardening, Indianapolis, Ind.
Wallace's Farmer, Des Moines, Iowa.
Western Fruit Grower, St. Joseph, Mo.

W. Weedel & Co.'s Colonial Dairy Produce Report, London, England.
West Virginia Farm Review, Charleston, W. Va.
Wilson Bulletins, Wilson Ornithological Club, Oberlin, Ohio.
Wisconsin Agriculturist, Racine, Wis.
Yearbook and Current Publications der Deutschen Landwirtschafts-

Gesellschaft.



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