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THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.

THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.

Some light on the egg problem is shown by the Board of Trade figures. In the week ending April Bth, we imported only 37,242 great hundreds; in the corresponding week of 1914 the numb-r was 326,713. In the same week our poultry imports were of the value of £1,533 only; in 1914 th
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
1 FRUIT GROWING ON CANADIAN PRAIRIES.

1 FRUIT GROWING ON CANADIAN PRAIRIES.

1 FRUIT GROWIN G ON CANADIAN PRAIRIES. Fruit growing is slowly making progress on parts of the Canadian Prairies. It has been suggested in the Dominion Parliament that the Experimental Farm at Lethbridge, Alberta, should pay particular attention to this question. There is already
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE RUBBISH PILE.

THE RUBBISH PILE.

On some farms odds and ends of broken imple- I ments. old boxes, boards, barrels, hoops, scrap. iron, bones, waggon wheels, and a thousand and one other articles are permitted to accumulate, the idea being that some day everything will "come in handy." This is a false and often
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
PLANTING POTATOES.

PLANTING POTATOES.

There are but very few districts in this where it is safe for the potato growths to be through the soil before the end of May or early in June. This being so, what advantage is there in planting, say, in March, as is yery often done? Planting should not be commenced before the m
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
ONTAR/0 MINERALS.

ONTAR/0 MINERALS.

According to the Ontario Bureau of Itines. the value of metallic and non-metallic production for 1915 was $57,532,844, against 846,295,959 in 1914. Of this increase of $11,238,866. $10,588,756 is accounted for by the nickel and copper contents of the Sudbury mattes. In 1915 the
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
HINTS ON HEALTH.

HINTS ON HEALTH.

Fireproofing Children's Clothes. There is an easy and efficient method of fireproofing the clothing of children which every one should know. Many tragedies can be averted by applying the method to children's play suits, lace curtains, and such other articles of an inflammable na
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
A PERMANENT PEACE NEEDED.

A PERMANENT PEACE NEEDED.

However, he was not sreaking from an I economic, but from an int•gmational point of view—of creating conditions that would not lead to another war. That was the most essential point of view of all. Our relations with our own Allies would be rendered very much more difficult by a
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
LAST SATU

LAST SATU

Photograph by Parkinson. DAY'S MUSTER From Left p. Light, J. Pidduck, J. l'. Melbourne, L. IL Howson, A. Hulme, Albinson, See.-CorPoral A. S. Wright, Privates M. A. Pierey. R. M. Swinton,Wnl. Riellardson; . A • themson, J. J. Snape, s ee . -C o rp. J. HeDermid, S ec ond Row —Phy
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Lend a Hand to Warrington.

Lend a Hand to Warrington.

Mr. F. A. Frost, in proposing the toast of "The South Lancashire Regiment," said that the Volunteer movement was not a parochial undertaking, but a national one, and therefore although they were doing well in their Cheshire ' Regiment, they ought also to lend a hand to Warrinuto
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
PRIVATE S. MILNER. –

PRIVATE S. MILNER. –

PRIVATE S. MILNER. - Returns To Doty Afler Recotering From Slight W'onrul. Private Samuel Milner, who resides in peace times at 335, Winwick-road, was receptly slightly wounded, but has now. recovered. Writing home under date April Bth, he said suppose you have heard about my rec
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England