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Side 174 - That bulletins or reports of progress shall be published at said stations at least once in three months, one copy of which shall be sent to each newspaper in the States or Territories in which they are respectively located, and to such individuals actually engaged in farming as may request the same, and as far as the means of the station will permit.
Side 157 - June 30, 1898 ; that we have found the same well kept, and classified as above, and that the receipts for the year from the treasurer of the United States are shown to have been...
Side 324 - ... pound of hard soap in one gallon of boiling water, and churning the mixture by forcing it back into the same vessel through a force-pump with a rather small nozzle, until the whole forms a creamy mass, which will thicken into a jelly-like substance on cooling. The soap solution should be hot when the kerosene is added, but of course must not be near a fire. The emulsion thus...
Side 375 - ... no sodium. From the outcome of the experiments the author concludes; " These results clearly show that sodium may fill a very important function in case of a deficiency in potassium and that it is therefore not to be regarded as an altogether useless plant constituent." Extensive field experiments " On the substitution of soda for, and its value in connection with, potash " have been carried on at the Rhode Island Experiment Station9 since 1894. At the beginning, potash and soda were substituted...
Side 368 - Memoranda of the origin, plan and results of the field and other experiments. conducted on the farm and in the laboratory...
Side 323 - ... the outermost row ; but in ten days from the first appearing of the Northern Army, nothing remained of this corn but the bare stalks ! Every expedient was resorted to by the inhabitants to protect their fields of corn, but all in vain. In the first place, they dug trenches around their fields, a foot and a half deep, hoping this might prove a defence ; but they soon filled the ditch, and the millions that were in the rear went over on the backs of their fellows in the trench, and took possession...
Side 169 - State militia; took an active part in establishing the naval reserve militia of the State; has been one of board of managers of the Rhode Island College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts and Experiment Station since its establishment in 1888; in November, 1892, was a candidate for Congress, receiving 640 plurality, but, the laws of Rhode Island requiring a majority at that time, was not elected; was elected to the Fifty-fourth...
Side 324 - ... three feet in depth below the bottom of the trench. The sides of these holes were made smooth by the bar or lever which made the holes, and as soon as the worm stepped from the precipice he ended at the bottom, and could not ascend again ; indeed, he was soon buried by his unfortunate fellows who succeeded him in his downfall.
Side 223 - I hereby certify that the foregoing statement of account to which this is attached is a true copy from the books of account of the institution named.
Side 229 - It will be seen from an inspection of the above table that the riv« may be divided into three sections, according to the descent per milt.

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