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Pacific Rural Press, Volume 48, Number 2, 14 July 1894
The Hop-Picking Industry in California.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
From an Independent Standpoint.
Choice Sweet Peas.
The Strike and the Fruit Interests.
Getting Rid of Gophers.
Thinning Down Mixed Orchards.
A New General Co-operation in Fruit Shipping.
Churning at a Low Temperature.
Making Milk Sugar at Creameries.
A New Dairy Product.
What Is Dairying?
Irrigation Projects in Yolo County.
TRACK AND FARM.
Disposing of the Surplus in the Northwest.
THE POULTRY YARD.
Inquiries from a Newcomer.
THE HOME CIRCLE.
Visions of Light.
A Glass-Day Tragedy.
Beaconsfield's Idea of Greatness.
Helping on the Gamins.
THE YOUNG FOLKS.
Billy, the Horse.
Cold Meats for Hot Weather.
Page 25 Advertisements
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1
In and Around Denver, Colorado.
Page 27 Advertisements
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1
Page 27 Advertisements Column 2
Page 27 Advertisements Column 3
The World's Gold and Silver Production for 20 Years.
Emigration from the United States.
Page 28 Advertisements
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Page 28 Advertisements Column 2
Page 28 Advertisements Column 3
Patrons of Husbandry.
San Jose Orange.
The Iron in One's Body.
A Paper Fire Engine.
Light on Logarithms.
Weather and Crops.
$100 Reward, $100.
Page 29 Advertisements
Page 29 Advertisements Column 1
S. F. MARKET REPORT.
Midwinter Fair Premiums.
Fruit Exchange Bulletin.
Page 32 Advertisements
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