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The leading Clydesdale sires in Canada
The outlook for the Clydesdale horse trade in Canada has brightened considerably in the course of the past year. Contractors and others have at length found that, for short hauls and town work, horse traction is the most ...
The formation of methyl ketones in the bacteriological oxidation of butter fat
The chemical changes to which animal and vegetable fats are subjected, have been a problem ever since Chevreul determined the constitution of fats in the middle of the last century. Although the experimental work done is ...
A study of the types of bacteria surviving a long-term period of storage
The chief reason for storing butter in cold storage is to ensure a supply of good butter throughout the year. Most butter goes into storage in May, June and July, the season of the year which is best suited to cream ...
A study of economic and social life in the Ethelton district
The aim of this dissertation is a study of rural social problems by examining general principles in their application to a definite local situation. Nothing of the kind has been done in this Province, so far as can be ...
Views of Annexation of the North West Territories and Rupert's Land to Canada
It will be our endeavour to show that the acquisition of Rupert's Land and the North-West by the Dominion of Canada was not a fortunate after-thought of Confederation, but that there were men who recognized the value ...