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Is committee of the House of Commons on the Freshwater Fish (Scotland) bill on Thursday, the Lord Advocate moved an amendment with the object of preventing fishery proprietors or their nominees from netting trout in lochs or ponds. It was argued by the opponents of the amendment
NiSTITif REVERENCE TO OUR COMMENTS lost week upon the dispute which arose last season at the regatta of the Royal Yorkshire Yacht Club about the destination of the Haggas Challenge Vase, and the adverse criticism which appeared in the Year Book of the North-East Coast Yachting A
PZILICARGANATZ OF POTASH FOR RAT BITE:B.—I notice you note re the me of permanganate of potash for snake bites. I may say that, as a rat-catcher, 1 usa it for rat bites, and never bad a wound go wrong after using it. Recently, in ono night, I bad some 400 rats, and two bites wen
merits of the class of stores he breeds, Mr Young mentions that all the calves by an Aberdeen-Angus bull are hornless, and u all the heifers are dishorned when bought (a custom, by the way, that is illegal in England), the whole, young and old agree well in the loose yards, and
without difficulty for the best, and this should surely pay the_ grower. Russian shipments during May were good of wheat as well as of other staples, but the French, Italian, and Spanish ports took practically the whole of the million quarters shipped from Itussiaproper and most
SlR,—The following extract from my diary was written in March, 18;6, at Nnkerdol, in the Tributary Whale, about forty-five miles to the east of Sumbulpur "M. went to look at the garrab ' (bait tiei up for a tiger), and found it had been attacked by a wild dog and partially eaten