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Fair-Trade (Newspaper) - August 29, 1890, London, Middlesex Registered A Weekly Journal Devoted to Home Trade and Vol. 255. August 29, 1890. smission Price One made with boiling COCOA made with boiling CRAMER'S PIANOFORTES AND Regent Street and Moorgate Inventions awarded for good quality and moderate CRAMER'S HIRE Grand and Cottage new and by Broad and for cash or hire T. Cramer & Moorgate 1BB8. hereby appoint you our sole agents for the City of P. Erard & J. B. CRAMER & 40 to 46, Moorgate Fisher's English-made Lever Watches op finest Moderate Largest ' Stock in the D. Watch 228, HIGH MR. GLADSTONE'S The day has gone we since Mr. Gladstone was even among his most ardent as an authority on The various suggestions he has made of recent years in favour of bringing la petite culture to the aid of our husbandry in have been as a with when Vast Friday's morning newspaper gave Gladstone on Rabbit Farm ing as one of the chief line's on their contents the jocund laugh went Mr. Gladstone himself foresaw the humour his suggestion might when he said that is a subject for probably on account of the comparative novelty of the suggestion but also it is a subject of which is akin to because this rabbit farming appears to be good arid promising description of The pursuit is not the creation or preserving of rabbit in the accustomed sense of the but a much more c 1 affair raising of tame The prolific nature of this though sometimes destructive and always humble friend of appears to particularly recommend itself to Mr. They are he tells In enormous numbers carry more flesh than the wild they are lodged in what they call hutches in the neighbourhood of and they are fed almost for because they are fed on what would be These hutches are taken out into the and are shifted from spot for the rabbits to feed in has been possible to combine fruit farming and jam but what cheers him more is that a holding an important in the Horticultural have been invited by the University of Edinburgh to deliver a lecture on the subject in modern If that does not precisely prove that Scotland has overcome all the difficulties and gone in for fruit farming instead of wheat even instead oats - at least to Mr. Gladstone's own In Scotland men have their HYPNOTISM EXTRAORDINARY G O Admiring Devotees will show you a picture of unparalleled national How to improve the value of Morituri te It is by the that the occasion for this and most captivating advertisement of Major Moran's book on Rabbit which he was careful to tell his hearers could be got anywhere for the small price of one was not strictly an agricultural but the meeting of a local floral and horticultural society in the vicinity of But flowers and fruit hold kinship at and it was only natural that a few words on cottage gardening should lead to fruit from whence the ascent to the rearing of rabbits was Mr. as the original patentee of the jam remedy for depressed is naturally concerned in recording any signs of the success of his He is encouraged by one or two where it minds more open to the use of nsw in order to meet their in And seeing that The students of Scotch universities are of a condition in life more akin to that of the farmers than those of English Mr. Gladstone is cheered beyond Possibly he would have been all the more or at least expressed himself had Auld Reekie been the first to grasp the jam and to-be the of the instead of Caledonia seeking instruction from But the most of all would have been to have old Scotland actually taking hold of the and putting it into That has to But it is not to refer to merits of fruit farming and of jam or of rabbit that we bring this subject forward this Each in its way is doubtless excellent where conditions As adjuncts to farming they arc capable of yielding just as in a degree dairy farming poultry farming are branches of agriculture to be carefully What we to see how they can be expected to replace that larger agriculture which the country is physically able to on better than other countries yield per acre is. to be and by which Gladstone is systematically pressed out of The Free Trade theory is that a country and a people should produce that which their climate and habits enable them to produce the There we be no doubt as to which British farming can best or And yet here we have Mr. the great Free Trade looking complacently on the wholesale destruction of wheat rendered unprofitable through
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