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Pacific Rural Press, Volume 60, Number 4, 28 July 1900
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Taxes on Money Secured by Warehouse Receipts.
Irrigation a National Issue.
QUERIES AND REPLIES.
What to Plant.
Bees in Bean Fields.
No Apricot on Almond.
Seedling of Petite Prune.
Tobacco from Santa Cruz Mountains.
WEATHER AND CROPS.
Report of the U.S. Weather Service for Week Ending July 23. 1900.
Rainfall and Temperature.
Grafting Resistant Vines.
Bench Grafting vs. Field Grafting.
Work of the Wine Makers' Corporation.
California Dairy Facts and Opinions.
Lake County Pears-A Refutation.
Date Palm Suckers for Distribution.
This May be Suggestive to Squirrel Killers.
THE HOME CIRCLE.
What a Boy Would Like To Do.
The Doom of Sing Low.
To Meet Life's Wear and Tear.
Boys, Be Generous.
An Academy of Lost Arts.
How to Cook Cabbage.
Salads Twice a Day.
Cured Fruit Association Bulletin.
List of U.S. Patents for Pacific Coast Inventors.
Length of the Canning Season.
Patrons of Husbandry.
Summer Meetings of the Grange.
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Protection and Importation of Birds.
New Fence Factory.
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What the State Fair Can Do.
To Test American Seeds.
Page 61 Advertisements
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S.F. Market Report.
The Fruit Market.
California Dried Fruit at New York.
Schmidt Milk Fever Treatment.
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