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Page 288 - is bloomin' lyre, He'd 'card men sing by land an' sea; An' what he thought 'e might require, 'E went an' took — the same as me ! The market-girls an' fishermen, The shepherds an' the sailors, too, They 'eard old songs turn up again, But kep' it quiet — same as you ! They knew 'e stole; 'e knew they knowed. They didn't tell, nor make a fuss, But winked at 'Omer down the road, An' 'e winked back — the same as us ! Ml "BACK TO THE ARMY AGAIN.
Page 97 - Toward the last considerable water will be required, but if added carefully and slowly a perfectly smooth paste will be obtained, provided, of course, the lime is of good quality. When the lime is slacked add sufficient water to the paste to bring the whole up to 25 gallons.
Page 370 - ... the place of manufacture, and a chemical analysis stating the percentage of nitrogen, or its equivalent in ammonia, in an available form, of potash soluble in water, and of phosphoric acid, in an available form (soluble or reverted) as well as the total phosphoric acid.
Page 97 - ... so that the stock preparation may be kept indefinitely. Stock lime may be prepared in much the same way as the copper sulphate solution. Procure a barrel holding...
Page 227 - Michigan, against any person or persons violating any of the provisions of this act, before any justice of the peace of the county in which such violation is alleged to have taken place, or before any court of competent jurisdiction...
Page 97 - Stock lime may be prepared in much the same way as the copper sulphate solution. Procure a barrel holding 50 gallons, making a mark to indicate the 50-gallon point; weigh out 100 pounds of fresh lime, place it in the barrel and slack it; when slacked, add sufficient water to bring the whole mass up to 50 gallons. Each gallon of this preparation contains, after thorough stirring, 2 pounds of lime.
Page 122 - ... mile of the whole extent of territory could furnish in one season 50 kinds of grasses and native forage plants, grasses that would make from one and a half to two tons of hay per acre as rich as that from an Old World meadow. It was a magnificent legacy to the rancher and the farmer. To the one it promised food for a million cattle; to the other it proved the golden possibilities of a soil that would bring forth bountiful harvests.
Page 184 - Beets. Laboratory No. Received at Laboratory.. Each sample of beets sent for gratuitous examination must be accompanied by •one of these forms, with proper blanks below filled out fully and legibly. The filled out form, if enclosed with the sample, will serve as a label. Date of taking this sample 1. Crop grown on ground the preceding year 2.
Page 189 - The bactericidal power of the leucocyte of the blood, and of the serum of man and many animals, is due to the presence of specific granules, especially the eosinophilic and neutrophilic. When called upon to resist the action of invading bacteria, the granular leucocytes can give up their granules to the surrounding fluids or tissues. Not only does this enable us to understand how apparently cell-free fluids can destroy bacteria, but the production of the alexin by the leucocytes also affords a better...