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NASA datea acquired January 1, 2010 - December 31, 2010

 

2010 was an exceptional year for Greenland’s ice cap. Melting started early and stretched later in the year than usual. Little snow fell to replenish the losses. By the end of the season, much of southern Greenland had set a new record, with melting that lasted 50 days longer than average.

 

This image was assembled from microwave data from the Special Sensor Microwave/Imager (SSM/I) of the Defense Meteorological Satellites Program. Snow and ice emit microwaves, but the signal is different for wet, melting snow than for dry. Marco Tedesco, a professor at the City College of New York, uses this difference to chart the number of days that snow is melting every year. This image above shows 2010 compared to the average number of melt days per year between 1979 and 2009.

 

The long melt season primarily affected southern and western Greenland, where communities experienced their warmest year on record. After a warm, dry winter, temperatures were particularly high in the spring, getting the melt season off to a strong start. The early melting set the tone for the rest of the season, leading to more melting all the way into mid-September.

 

When snow melts, the fine, bright powder turns to larger-grained, gravely snow. These large grains reflect less light, which means that they can absorb more energy and melt even faster. When the annual snow is melted away, parts of the ice cap are exposed. The surface of the ice is also darker than snow. Since dark ice was exposed earlier and longer in 2010, it absorbed more energy, leading to a longer melt season. A fresh coat of summer snow would have protected the ice sheet, but little snow fell.

 

Melting ice in Greenland freshens the seas near the Arctic and contributes to rising sea levels around the world. It is unclear just how much melting ice from Greenland will push sea levels up, largely because the melting is occurring much more quickly than scientists predicted. Current estimates call for an increase of up to 0.6 meters by 2100.

 

To see how this melting looked on the surface of the ice sheet, see Tedesco’s photos and video on the City College of New York web site, www.cryocity.org/

 

NASA Earth Observatory image by Robert Simmon, based on data from Marco Tedesco, City College Of New York. Caption by Holli Riebeek.

 

Instrument: DMSP - SSM/I

 

Credit: NASA Earth Observatory

 

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One of the two so called "mail boats" serving the Holyhead - Dublin route in the late 1960's.

 

Identifier: lifedeathbeingau00lewi

Title: Life and death : being an authentic account of the deaths of one hundred celebrated men and women, with their portraits

Year: 1910 (1910s)

Authors: Lewin, Thomas Herbert, 1839-1916

Subjects: Death Portraits Celebrities

Publisher: London : Constable and Co. Ltd.

Contributing Library: University of California Libraries

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793 ) 1 1793 >) 1793 1 » 1793 >> 1793 I> 1794 )) 1794 1> 1798 >) 1799 CONTENTS XXlll NO. 73. Schiller 74. Lord Nelson 75. William Pitt 76. Warren Hastings 77. James Harris, ist Earl of Malmesbury . 78. Napoleon Bonaparte ...... 79. Lord Byron 80. Beethoven 81. James Carlyle ....... 82. Goethe 83. Sir Walter Scott . . . . 84. Prince Talleyrand 85. Honore de Balzac 86. Wellington ....... 87. Taki Zenzaburo 88. Arthur Schopenhauer 89. Cavour ......... 90. A. de Vigny 91. Thackeray 92. Charles Dickens 93. Thomas Carlyle 94. Dean Stanley 95. Edward FitzGerald 96. General C. Gordon 97. The Emperor Frederick of Prussia 98. A Japanese Fisherman ..... 99. R. L. Stevenson 100. Abdulla el Taashi ...... loi. Togos Address to the Spirits .... 102. The Emperor and Dowager Empress of China 103. Lieutenant-Commander Sakuma Death THE INFINITE GOD DATEA OF DEATHD. 18051805180618181820182I182418271832183218321838185018521858i8601S61186318631870I88I188118831885 18921894189919041908I9IO

 

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Socrates. Froftr an mxraving. No. I The Death of Socrates. Born 469 b.c. Died 399 b.c. Aged 70. SOCRATES speaking to the men of Athens, by whom he was condemnedto die, spoke as follows: Let us reflect and we shall see that there isgreat reason to hope that death is good: for one of two things, eitherdeath is a state of nothingness and utter unconsciousness, or, as men say, thereis a change and migration of the soul from this world to another. Now if yousuppose there is no consciousness, but a sleep like the sleep of him who isundisturbed even by dreams, and were to compare this with the other daysand hours of his life, and then were to tell us how many days and nights hehad passed in the course of his life, better and more pleasantly than this one,I think that any man (I will not say a private man, but even a great king),will not find many such days and nights when compared with the others.Now if death is like this I say that to die is gain, for eternity is then only asingle night. Bu

  

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Identifier: americanauniver08beac

Title: The Americana : a universal reference library, comprising the arts and sciences, literature, history, biography, geography, commerce, etc. of the world

Year: 1903 (1900s)

Authors: Beach, Frederick Converse, 1848-1918 Rines, George Edwin, 1860-

Subjects: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

Publisher: New York : Scientific American Compiling Dept.

Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto

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ation the society liasdisbursed $500,000 in death and disability bene-fits. It has secured increased wages for main-tenance of way employees to the amount of$0,000,000 annually. It was actively engaged in the great strike on the Canadian Pacific Rail-way m [901, The si nke was settled after astruggle lasting 11 weeks, with the understand-ing that all meiiiliers of the brotherhood wouldbe reinstated in their former positions withintwo weeks; the question of wages to be leftto arbitration. Sir John A. Boyd, Chief Jus-tice of Ontario, was chosen chairman of theBoard of Arbitration and awarded the employeesan increase of 20 per cent over previous wages.The brotherhood holds a charter of affiliationwith the American Federation of Labor, andpublishes the Advance Advocate. a magazinedevoted to the interests of maintenance-of-wayemployees. See Railway Labor Organizations.International Councils of Women. SeeNational and International Councils ofWomen. International Date Line, an imaginary line

 

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Map of the world, showing the International date line. drawn through the Pacific Ocean somewhat ir-regularly, but tending in a general northerly andsoutherly direction, and separating the islandsof the Pacific Ocean in such a way that all thosewhich lie to the east of it carry the same dateas the United States, while all those on thewest of it carry the same date as Japan andAustralia. The nature of this line may be madeclear by the following illustration: A travelerleaves New York city at noon on Sunday, andproceeds westward just as fast as the earthturns on its axis, so that he follows the sun in its apparent westward progress with such pre- onized they kept the same date as the Spanishcision that he keeps it always directly south of possessions on the opposite side of the Pacific: Europe, too, he would have been told that it isMonday noon. Yet it has always been the same day tohim, and there must have been some place onthe journey where he was told, for the firsttime, that the clay

  

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Identifier: archaeologicaljo37brit

Title: The Archaeological journal

Year: 1844 (1840s)

Authors: British Archaeological Association. Central Committee Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Central Committee Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Central Committee Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Council Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland Royal Archaeological Institute (Great Britain)

Subjects: Archaeology -- Periodicals Middle Ages -- History Periodicals Great Britain -- Antiquities Periodicals

Publisher: [London : Longman, Rrown,(sic) Green, and Longman

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lapis lazuli, cornelian, amazon stone, glass, enamel, &c, and ninecopper coins of the date of the early part of the thirteenth century, allfound together in the bed of a water course in Oude. By Lieut.-General Sir H. Lefroy.—A grotesque head in terra-cotta,from British Honduras, wearing two large circular ornaments in the ears.It is shaded by a species of canopy, resembling the raised visor of aknightly helmet, with ornamentation, which implies that the idea wasreally derived from a Spanish helmet, and therefore suggests a dateas late as the sixteenth century. Above the vizor is a species of beakbetween two circular holes, or eyes, recalling the Minerva head on thepottery from Troy. The whole is nine inches high. Sir Henry Lefroy,also exhibited a large vase in terra-cotta. By Mr. H. Vaughan.—A miniature, representing Peter Martyr, Italianwork, early sixteenth century; two Gothic keys, Italian work, of whichone is here figured. The length is six inches. The head is filled with

 

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tracery patterns, that on one side being filed out of the solid, the other,of an entirely different design, being let in and braized. The delicatefile work in iron of this period may be seen in great perfection inthe hands of clocks, in which objects it was continued almost up to thepresent time, in ever diminishing beauty. But the fashion of stampingthe shapes of clock hands out of thin plates of steel into very inferiorforms has now quite supplanted a once beautiful art. Mr. Vaughan also exhibited a French Rennaissance key five incheslong, in general form very like the so-called Strozzi key which was latelysold for the high price of £1,200.

  

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Title: "S.R. Imp. COMITATUS HANAU "

Author(s): Zollmann, Friedrich

British Library shelfmark: Maps K.Top.94.65.

Place of publication: Noribergæ

Publisher: Curante IOH. CHR. HOMANNO D.M. [...] Cum Privilegio (Maasstub) Sac. Cæs. Majestatis,

Date of publication: A. Dom. MDCCXXVIII [1728]

 

Item type: 1 map

Medium: hand-coloured copperplate engraving

Dimensions: 46.5 x 54.5 cm

 

Former owner: George III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820

 

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Title: "PLAN der Hochfüstl. Residenz- und Haubt-Stadt CASSEL in Nieder-Hessen nebst dem Hochfürstl Lust-Garden auf der Aue ="

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Place of publication: [Nuremberg]

Publisher: Herausgegeben von Homœnischen Erben,

Date of publication: A 1742.

 

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Identifier: popularelectric619131chic

Title: Popular electricity magazine in plain English

Year: 1912 (1910s)

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Subjects: Electricity

Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Popular Electricity Pub. Co.

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FIREPROOF FILMS INFRANCE It is reported that sinceDecember 1 none of the ordi-nary celluloid films have beenshown within the boundariesof France, for on that datea law went into effect whichmakes it compulsory for everyexhibitor to use nothing butthe new non-inflammable filmsrecently patented by the PatheCompany. The new film with-stands fire in a striking man-ner, as careful and repeatedtests have proven it practically non-inflammable.Its exact composition is a trade secret carefullyguarded by Messrs. Pathe, but it is known to con-sist of cellulose impregnated with paraffin andalum. The Prefect of Police, M. Hennion, hastaken stringent measures to ensure the enforce-ment of the new law and every French theater

 

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MOTION PICTURES 1031 displays prominently a. sign bearing thelegend Only uninflammable films shownhere. CHURCH CONVERTED INTO PIC-TURE THEATER The de-mand for pic-tures every-where is be- A coming some-thing im-mense. Barns,theaters andeven churches ■HHH^^H Picture Theater inNew South Wales By ■ are being used to house the patrons of thesilent drama. Our picture shows the■transformation of a church in New SouthWales into a picture palace. INDIANS AND MEXICANS AIM TOKILL Indians and Mexicans undertook to set-tle some of their grievances against somecowboys by ramming metal and leaddown the muzzles of their guns and fir-ing them during a recent sham battle thattook place in the making of a spectacularWestern photoplay for the 101 BisonCompany at their ranch, near Los An-geles, California. The pieces of lead and the metal andempty cartridges shown in the accom-panying picture are a few of the samplesfound lodged in the saddles of some ofthe cowbovs. That none of the men were KALEVI

  

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Title: Monographs of North American rodentia [microform]

Identifier: cihm_06204

Year: 1877 (1870s)

Authors: Coues, Elliott, 1842-1899; Allen, Joel Asaph, 1838-1921; Geological Survey (U. S. )

Subjects: Rodentia; Paleontology; Rongeurs; Paléontologie

Publisher: Washington : G. P. O.

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I)y I';iiil Alli'n, oiiq. | Reviiieil ami nbriilged by tho omission uf unimportant do- | tailH, willian iuticHluclion and ncitt'n, | liy Archibald M'Vicltar. | In two volumi'X. | Vol. i[-ii]. | New York, llar|iiTA liiiillirr.H, puliliHliciH, | I'rankliii 8iiiiaro, IHfiS. I'rwn vdIb. If^, WHIM' iif llu' i»«ui!fl I'otnitDi; pai t of Ilaipcr'n » tIpb. " The Ffttnily Lilirnry". Vol. i. pp. i-vi, i*-v'. vii-li, .Vi-ini, :l maps. Vol. II, pp. i-i, ll-;j!t.'(. 3 mnpfl. ( >VoI. 11, ApiMiiiilix, "FiirtluT oiiiinieratiuQ noil dcm-riptldti of (lio qua(lru|M>ilH, I>ir(l8. IIhIius, mill ptiintH uotlctiil iliirinc the OTipoilition", pp. .'):t9-:i79.) MKiiiuniiiiti of ibi) ilaU'H of tl:o kuccohhjvo imiiliiH, tuoHt of wlilcti oolmiflleil of 2,M) copleH:âSi^ptembcr, 1H43 ; jHiiimi.v. I««; Miiv, l''43;.I»nn«r.v, IM; July, IM.'i; April, 1817; M»y, IS-'iOi Aiijsioit, IR'il; Jiini>, 1«55| April, IH.'pK; Novrmlur, laiMi Fiilinmry, leiW; March, 1H71 (vol. II); April, 18711 (rol. il ; February, 1874 (vol. Il); De- OMiiibor. lH7.'t (vol. i); tn all foiirU^tiu Uhuoh of tlio wliolo work, uiiilor a^xlocu ililfcronl ilati'H. 'I'hiH in nil f'llltoriul ttliililKiiH'nt, or ilit^'t-nl, of (Iin orit^liinl of If 14, peililix, ia tratiH[»oHeil an to Ita liotftiileal anil 7.oolof:ical piirtloiiH. 1; in liillhtTlnoro abiitl^ed at the Cllltor'a itiHiTotlon, the omintilonH Ih'Id^ in<licnte.il hy aHtoriika. A new ft-uture is fiKit-notu rel'uruncea to the pagivi of the lioily of the work on which the Tariona hikh-Iim were before rj.nntioiieil. Tbia in a valuable set of oreM.reforcnoea, for tho narrativu au* eouiita 8cutt4}red througii the work are ufleu no luaa iniportanl than tho foruial noticca tlieniaelvcu.J 1043.âHarlan, R. Koinarki* on I'rof. Owen's letter. [Abont Harlan's notice of new fossil mamnmliii.] < Am. .lonrn. 8ci. and Arts, xlv, 1843, pp. l!08-ail. 1843-45.âGray, J. B. Zoology of tbu voyage of II. M. 8. Sulplinr, nuder the oommnnd of Captain Sir Edward liulcber Parts i, ii. Mammalia. Uy J. E. Gray. 4'^. Londou, 1643-45. 1044.âOregg, J. Cnniincrce of tbe prairies, a vols. 13°. Pbiladvlpbia, 1844. [CnntftinH intoreatiog noticea of Bome of tho larger matumalaof tbeplaina:âblaon, elk, deer, bear, wolvoi, prairie-ilogB, eto.J Schubert, O. H. llitthoilnng von Corrcspondenzen nits Labratlor [ilbor seine Landsangetbiore, WasHcr, Laud- und Straudviigel]. < Mlincbcn. Hull. Akad. 1H44, col. 121-1'20, l:ia-133; MUncbcn. Uelvbrto Auz. xviii, 1844, col. 418-42'.^, 1845.âFucheran, J. Description do quelquos mawmiffcres amtJricaiiis. <^ Revue Zool. viii, 1845, pp. 3;i,-)-3:)7,3()y-:i73. 1846.âCarpenter, "W. M. Remarks on some fossil bones recently brought to New Orleans from Tennessee aud from Texas. <| Aui. Jouru. Sci. and Alts (W), i, 184(i, art. xii, pp. 244-2C0, with 4 U.g. Falconer, H, and Cautley, P. T. Fauna antiqna sivalensis, being the fossil zoology of tbo Sewalib Hills, in tho north of India [Edited by Hngh Falconer.] Letterpress.-'Part i. I'roboscideo. 8^. 61 pp. Loudon, Smith, Elder & Co., Go Cornbill, 1846. Oodmnn, J. D. American natural history To which is added his last work, The ram- bles of a naturalist, with a biographical sketch of tbu author. In 2 volumes. 3<1 ed. Phila- delphia, Uriiib Hunt & Son, 1844!. Vol. i, eiig. title, 345 pp. (xiii + 332), 37 pU. Vol. ii, eng. title. 3:J7 pp., 22 pll. Hallowell, E. [Descriptioti of tbe locality whence a collection of fossil bones presented to tbe academy by Mr. Win. Paunoasi had been obtained, and au enumeration of the same.] <^Proc. Aca»l. Nat. Sci. Phila. iii, 1846, p. 130. Owen, R. Observations on ceitain fossils from the collection of the Aciulemy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 5. Vols, ii and ill thun neeni to bo identlejil with the originals. Thongh vol. ill Is dated 18J4, pp. l-'.!54 are said to have appeared Ui 1853, the remainder bil854. These authors treat of 197 apecica, of whieh abont l(iO are flgnrod. Few are here dciicribed oa new, the origiitiil iloHeripIioiia having moatly appeared elnewliere. See c. */. under datea Ifv'.O and 1841. Tho teeboical portions ol tbe woriK are Bitppoaed to ho mainly Rltribiitahh^ to Baebmiin, the otiier inillior having: aitendol', to the illustratluiia and porliona of the biographical matter. Many of the plates were drawn by J. W Audnbon.) I i if aaBBiiB"-"r'W!?

  

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Title: "A Mapp of The Citie and Port of TRIPOLI IN BARBARY."

Author(s): Hollar, Wenceslaus

British Library shelfmark: Maps K.Top.117.63.

Place of publication: London

Publisher: By Iohn Seller, Hydrographer to the king, And are to be Sold at his shopps, in Exchange Alley in Cornhill, And at the Hermitage in Wapping.,

Date of publication: A° 1675.

 

Item type: 1 map

Dimensions: 42 x 53 cm

 

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma321898sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

Authors:

Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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the date of closing being set bylaw and daly advertised each season, when that day arrives, the directear d'haras, has t e nom nations arranged in tab'ulalMed formâbut it will pay better to describe an actual instance in point- Last spring 167 mares were made to a stallion that was limited to SO mares. The directeur first selected the noted producers and booked them; then he discarded those that were the least well lavored and arranged the rest nnder one head. Lots were then drawn to the number required to make up the fall complement of 80âand the mares remaining were bred to other stallions. In this wav, the brerders acquire an opportunity "to breed Jtne best to the best"; the encourage- ment they receive is very great and the individual payments are mere bagatelles, thougb ia tne aggr- gate they go a long way toward the sap- port of the various haras. When foaling time comes aronnd, accurate lists of foals are kept and the records are complete In the â ffice of the chief director, who is sec md in command to the minister of agriculture only, tor many decade-s Under such regulations, w th such methods, and directed by men of the highest talent, who must win their way to their positions by sheer fore* of merit, is it any wonder that the French trotter is as he is to-dayâthe typica horse for carriage use? Briefly and necessarily imperfectly de- scribed as these methods are above, it is ejsy to sea that the French breeders go about their work so intelligent y and systematically that they are bound to succeed. A. Van' Sea ixe. The Latest Crop Report. That the breeders of coach horses in France have suc- ceeded in establishing a distinct type of horses in fur- ther proved by the cut of Phaeton presented above. That of Admirable, frontispiece in the Breeder axd Sportsman of April 16th, and the cut of Indre to the same paper are so nearly alike that they might betaken for the same animal were the markings omitted. Then Phjeton (sire of Indre) coming so very close in the general conformation, that any one at all conversant with horses cannot fail to be struck with the lesem- blance. The article appended was written by M. A. Van Schelle, commissioner from the Belgian government to study American horses, or rather the horses of the United States and the methods of breeding pursued here, and his report will be received with great interest by the breeders of harness horses. Thoroughly con- versant with French methods of breeding the ''demi- sang"âhalf-breedsâhis article on that subject, will be well worthy of study. In some minor points, far from being in accordance with history, it is safe to accept it in the whole, and therefore it is given in its entirety, re- serving criticisms for the future. Jfo greatamouot of argument is necessary to prove thitonlF in those countries where government aid is extended to the breeders of horses can improvement, devrlopmem and mainie anee of ex ellencegoon nnin- terruDtediy and uninfluenced by national Unaucial conditions A stable government's mon y is alwai s available, whereas during hard times and d urine periods of depression in equine values private inaivi ma:s decline to invest the amount of money nee S3ary to purchase first-c ess breeaiog horses, with the res It that retrogression take1 pi »ce instead of advance- ment. It matters HtUe ns ot 'be world In the perfection of its system of aiding its horse breeders, stands France, the haras at Le Pin havii g been established In 16S9, and the good work of improvement carried on ever since witnuu: noticeable interruption. The Idei ol symmetrically improving thehorseln France was devel- oped In the time ot the Crnsaders, hence originally ona r the feudal system. When the Moors were hurled oack from the Spanuh man h of the Franklsh realm by Cn=rlemagoe's invincible troops, In the v-ry be- ginning of the ni'-Lh century, huoareds ol stallions lr m the deser came as the spoil of war, to the Prankish warriors, and later, in the Crusades, the descendant* of these horses proved iheir vast sup riority. Riva rv belweeu the feudal war K-rds stimulated their vassals to the imrrove- mentof the horses In every flghiing band, and so the good work went on nnUl in 16S0 the ro.«al haras was established at Le Pin I, r the purpose of amel.oratlog the native breeds by he ioiusion of the hot blood of the deseri. T estallions first kept In this haras have lef tneir mark indel- ibly on ihe Frencn breeds, though from the parent stock iu the course ot two centuries and a quarter oreeds and types varying very widely have heeu derived. ^Coihing tries the h-rse resources of a nation so hardly as war; and lrom the first the French cavalry has always been the b;st mounted In the wor.d, From the early war horse stock has been devel' ped the French L'oacaer end Fre en trotter if tr»-day, the use of t e tboroush- bred, the race course, and ihe selection of the be3t only asbr eders bav Ing been the stepping-stones to ihe evolution of the present magnificent type. Very briefly stated, siich Is ihe hist >iv of tbe foundatiou on which France ba- bulit no her demi-wng Kormand.ihe accepted model of which Is tc-day conceded the world over to be the best for carriage use, wilh the Yorkshire Coacher and Hacsney bred on the same lln*-s. L ke yoar people here, the French have evolved their irott r from the naiiv-stock. uslngthe thoroughbred as the ameliorating agent and profiling ijiigely from the importaUao of ihe £ngli--h hnse Bewfouode . rtellfoonder and The NorfolK Phenomenon were both, as I understand It. Norfolk trotters, able to trot long distances at a high rate of speed, and distinguished for their endurance and high action, as well as for their speed. The native French material was somewhat different from yours, I think. In t iat it possessed better average trottfog speed when there came to France the Knglish thomushbrei that ws destined to prove the progenito- ol many trotters and many producers o* trotters, a* Mes- senger came to tbe Cnited States to iouud the great line that may now be traced to him. The similarity iu this respect I â very remarkabl-. The Hell of LI one, s-ricUy thor ugh bred, proved the great Improver of trot- ting speed ia France, and not only dl he sire win log speed from the ^itlve mares, but his sjnsand his daughters carried on the good work in Increased proportion. With trot.iagsp- daud acti n already devel- oped byseleciion io a certain extent improvement followed the importa- tion into France of the Heir ot linne In astonishing volume- he was tbe most popular stall! jn In the government haras and richlv deserved blsp'tpulanty. i u f-.unding the government haras the French officials had a slnglf ob- ject In view, to wit, to produce a horse of "blood and bone," ol size and suitsU, ice. beauty, endurance and speed, t iat could beu«ed in harness or unde saddleâthatwou d carry a soloier, bis arms and "kit," Xtui ney; and the grant was increased from ye-r to year: the very foremost talent In the na'ion was employed to manage the various government haras and this brings us down to s.me thirty-five years ago. since which time the methods have not been n ateriailr changed, save in th- way of tne progress that would naturally be made under such cir- cumstances by so progressive a nation as the French. A description ot the methods now la vogue will, therefore, serve to call attention to the wisdom displayed oy the French people io perfecting their favorite breed. Never for a moment In the evolution of the Coach and Trotting branches of the demi-sarg, have the French breeders lost sight of the strict utility of the horse, and while speed has been increased a*, the tr.)t jnstas greatly, proportionately, as it has been in tbe United States, size, substance,neanty ol conformation, endurance and style have be;n increased in like measure. The result Is the development ol tbe type now accepted all over the world as tbe best for co ich and car^ lage horsesâ"in hpavy harness." as your phrase Is. Beginning with the race 1 course, as the great sifter, or more i roperly. separator always the j greatest factor io the improvement of light horsesâwe find that tbe , French government anno- ily adds to trotting races an enormous sum of f money In 1S97 a total of 1.7JS.512 francs was added to purses foe trotting ! races directly by the government or through government influence. Here ' i* tbe official statement without change, save that instead of francs tbe i amounts are expressed in dollars: By ih-? govern ⢠eut. by direct appro- ' priaUon,-65.970; by government societies, (75,050; bv the Societe d'En- 1 C3uragement du demi-sang, ?i..ISO; by thci society, a fanner donation in j the name of the gove nment, $12,000: by tbe Societe des Steeplechases j de France, #jO,40u; by the CounselIs-Gem rals des departments, $22,915; by towns (In which meetings are i eld). J12,?J-5; sundry donatkh* (under the law), $13,267; from enlries . io government endowed races), ?70.4SO; less fees revertiug, (13 39aâJ;7. 65: w ich several sums being added together [ represFnt a total ot J3i9,6S3, which from figures I see in your turf papers i is c msiderably more than U offered in your G add Circuit this year. In addition, an equally la-ge, if not larger, sum is spent each year in I the purchase â f breeding stallions, 'i he conditions of the leading trolt- j ing futurity of France provide that the government may ouy any of the j entered no ses; aud as most of the best producing mares are nominated iheir three-year-nld c Its are under option ot purchase to the government The racing season shows up ihe best jn strong comrsst. Annually each autumn, the government rommissaries announce that they will hold their acbats at certain places nn stated days and there the breeders as- semble their norses which they desire to sell. The commissaires, on the appointed days, make tbeirselectlpns. takingso many 'trotters" and so many "carossieis"-t e latter being carriage stallions- the difference be- tween the two being that ibe former has b^en raced and me latter has a lower rate of speed to recommend him. None but the choicest indivi- dual are purchasedâni thing in tbe line of beau«y, size, acti n or endur- ance, being sacrifi ed tospi*d. and special care is exercised to pick out these stallions bich r>esieomrloe these essential points. The carossiers must oe horses of ihe most commanding presence, beauty and high ac- tion, wiLh fair road gaitâas you express itâspeed, indeed the stallion that is not a good siepp-r and cannot show that amount of speed.will no; be so'ected. in short, the carossiera are are identical with tbe trotteurs, except io point of speed. The stallions on which these de facto opinions are held are first looked over and the best bought. Then ihe others are culled over and if any breeder has even a score of good ones he may s-il them all to the govern-, ment. To show the enormous benefit io breed-rs cf this system. It may be mentioned that MJ i beopiie Lallouet of Samalle. sold 7 trot ers and 9 carossiers to ihe commlssari s last fall for an average price of J1.613; and M. Paul Brion, of Caen, cold 29 stallions, all old far an average price of f 1,310. Naturally the fast trotters bring the highest price. The holder of the lb eeyear-old trotting record for French siallloi-S, Quiriual, was bought for ihesnm, I think, of (6.600, and his fee in tbe stud will, tr_ost likely, not exceed fifty fraucs ($10.) When bought, these siallions are allotted to ihe various haras according to the character of the cou-itry in which they are situated Down in the low districts the s allions of high- est quality, hottest blond and finest bone are placed, these characteristics serving io ueutralive the more phlegmatic traits of Lhe native mares. On tbe other hand, up In tbe limestone plateaux, where tbe mares are ot fin-rmould, the thick beravier-set. bigger-boned stall iens are used; and thus tbe balance of power is preserved. The fees asked fjr the services of ihesegovernmentstdlkns will see m as Intimated above, ridiculously low to people of yourconntrv. w bat private breeder in tbe Trued States, or indeed io anv other"country, could afford to pay $8,00J for a stallion aud then offer his services for ten dollars per mare? r^ot one; yet from dvefrincs («r tofifiy francs ($101 âan i only ihe latter in few cases is all that in all France Is charged owners of mares. Who*annr.t onder such circumstances command the services of a gr>od stallion for his mares, no matter how moderate his means ux^y be? â aa.tDe - ears P855' tbe stallions are shitted from harts to haras, and the breeders of the district in which they stand are tbxs all given a chance to oteed to tbe most famous siresâfor tbe owners of mares residing in the distri :t In which a haras is located, have tbe first opportunity to breed | io the horses be kept there. To obviate trouble an elaborate and abso- Ilutely just plan has been adopted in dealing wiUb the owners of mares. Naturally there wiU be an overwhelming demand lor the services of a fcmons sire, say a successful sire of soeed, far bevoud his capacitv. Breeders are required to nominate their mares prior to a stated dateâ The following eammary of Lhe climate and crop conditions up to Tuesday last is based opon reports received from Weather Bureau Stations, the telegraphic reports received through the courteBy of the Southern Pacific Company, and many reports scattered throughout the State. Shasta CountyâSlill dry. Grapes are doing nicely. Good proBpect for a fair crop of apples. A good deal of stock has been driven north duriog the week. Glenn CountyâProspect for wheat improving. With reasonable weather will have feed for stock and some wheat. Butte CountyâNorthwest winds Oranges setting finely; gocd crop anticipated. Hay and grain crops very light. Sacramento CountyâCro^ s look badly. Weather very un- favorable for grain. Hay cutting commenced; will prove a fair crop on account of failure of grain. Yolo CountyâFruit trees making big growth ; foliage neavy. Pnspect brighter unless fruit should drop off on ac- count cf drouth. Solano CouoiyâSome early hay being cui;crop very short. Cool south winds early part of week beneficial to grain. Apricots and prunes better than expected. Hot, north winds ripening cherries fast. Rain needed to insure vege- table crop. Placer CountyâGrain and hay still green and fresh; grass beginning to dry. Strawberries and cherries coming on. Fruit growers irrigating. El Dorado CountyâDry weather continues to reduce pros- pects for all crops. Practically no hay or grain, but fair chance for partial crop of pears, prunes, apples and wine grapes. Merced CoudIvâVery dry. Summer fallowed grain !ook- iDg well. Hot north wind. Crops burned. Stanislaus CountyâCrops still doing well inside canal dis- trict, but outside, no returns need be looked for, Fresno CountyâGrape vine3 sprouting rapidly. Good supply of water in ditches. Cutting first alfilfa crop. Vine- yardists report presence cf thrip=. and prospects that the peBts will do great damage. Kings CountyâNo grain. Apricots and prunes falling off badly because of too warm weather, Pears doing finely. Tulare CountvâDry and warm. Ditches running full for irrigation. Planting citrus trees. Kera CouotyâUsual April rainfall failed. Some grain may be harvested but will be a short crop from a small area. Fruit cr p will likely be very light. Sonoma CountyâLate sown grain will prove a short crop unless rain soon comes. Vineyards miking good growth. Planting com; but ground too dry to bring it up without rain. Haying will commence soon. Napa CountyâHay and grain good. Che-ries and peaches good; apricots few; fruit yield generally good. Alameda CountyâHay and grain turning rapidly; yield will be very light. Lake CouotyâNo rain; outlook not good. Hay and grain on summer fallow or very early winter plowing will yield a good crop, but late sown except on very best land will amount to nothing. Second cultivation in orchards and vineyards only possible where the first was done early. Feed drying fast; prunes very good; grapes well started. San Mateo CountyâHay and grain poor; grass drying; barley heading oui; pears and apples look well. Santa Clara CountyâGrain and feed turning dry. Santa Cruz ConnlyâNeed of grain sadly felt. Pamping plants running day and night to irrigate orchards. Hay and grain will not mature without rain soon; farmers have given up expecliDg any grain this year. Monterey CountyâPoor prospects for any crops, except possibly a little hay near foot-hills. San Luis Obispo CountyâPasture completely dried up Cattle shipments continue. No change in grain. Fair prospects of fruit crop. Ventura CountyâPoor prospects for barley. Oranges and lemon? turning out far better than expected. A beet sugar factory io course of construction. Irrigated lands will pro- duce a fair crop of apricots. Los Angeles CountyâBassett. Grain crop will be almost an entire failure; some hay will be made. Duarte. Hay and grain almost total failure, deciduous fruit crop will be pDor. Los Angeles. Feed drying op fast; fruit looking good; ber- ries of ail kinds looking well. Palmdale. âContinued drouth. No prospects for erain. Pomona. Deciduous fruits doing as well as could be expected. San Fernando. Hay and grain a failure; stock suffering for feed. San Bernardino CountyâToo late for rain to benefit grass much. Vallevs looking badly. Fail peach and small apri- cot crop. Riverside CountyâHot and dry. Orange movement ex- ceeds equipment to handle it. Hay and grain situation better Orange CountyâProspects for hay and grain poor; fruit trees looking well. San Diego CountyâCrop conditions unchanged. Eureka SummaryâNight fogs and warmer weather duriog days have counteracted to some extent deficient rainfall. Crops are doing well. Los Angeles SummaryâToo soon to report effect of hot wave at close of week, but will probably still further reduce crop of fruit. Sugar beets injured by hot, dry winds.

  

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Title: Canadian grocer January-June 1910

Year: 1910 (1910s)

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Subjects: Supermarkets Grocery trade Food industry and trade

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Title: "Chorographia VI. milliarium Regionis circa Urbem VIENNAM Austrica"

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Place of publication: [Nuremberg]

Publisher: accommodata per Homannianos Heredes,

Date of publication: A. 1748.

 

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Identifier: crusoesisland00brow

Title: Crusoe's island

Year: 1864 (1860s)

Authors: Browne, J. Ross (John Ross), 1821-1875

Subjects: Ethnic groups Mines and mineral resources

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htwhile we were absent. A pleasant row of half an hour brought us to the littlecove in Crusoes Valley. The only landing-place is uponan abrupt bank of rocks, and the surf breaking in at thispart of the shore rather heavily, we had to run the boatup in regular beach-comber style. Riding in on the backof a heavy sea, we sprang out as soon as the boat struck,and held our ground, when, by watching our chance foranother good sea, we ran her clear out of the water, andmade her fast to a big rock for fear she might be carriedaway. About two hundred yards from where we land-ed we found the cave. It lies in a volcanic mass of rock, forming the bluff ortermination of a rugged ridge, and looks as if it mightbe the doorway into the ruins of some grand old castle.The height of the entrance is about fifteen feet, and thedistance back into the extremity twenty-five or thirty.It varies in width from ten or twelve to eighteen feet.Within the mouth the suiface is of reddish rock, with CRUSOES ISLAND 39

 

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CRUSOE 8 CAVE. holes or pockets dug into the sides, which it is probablewere used for cupboards by the original occupant. Therewere likewise large spike-nails driven into the rock, uponwhich we thought it likely clothing, guns, and householdutensils might have been hung even at as remote a dateas the time of Selkirk, for they were very rusty, and boreevidence of having been driven into the rock along timeago. A sort of stone oven, with a sunken place for fireunderneath, was partly visible in the back part of thecave, so that by digging away the earth we uncoveredit, and made out the purpose for which it was built.There was a darkish line, about a foot wide, reaching upto the roof of the cave, which, by removing the surface alittle, we discovered to be produced originally by smoke,cemented in some sort by a drip that still moistened thewall, and this Ave found came through a hole in the top,which we concluded was the original chimney, now cov-ered over with deposits of earth and leaves

  

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Place of publication: [La Haye]

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma511907sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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TO THE WINTEB QUARTERS FOR THE REST CURE, FIRI2TG-, BLISTER- ING AND THE USUAL METHODS ARE UNCERTAIN" AT BEST; THEY MEND INVARIABLY FOR THE MOMENT ONLY. Don't take chances, use "SAVE-THE- HORSE." Don't think you are experi- menting; write for copy of contract and information; read what it has accom- plished for others; it will positively do the same for you. 71 Fisher Ave.. White Plains, N. Y.— I cannot speak too highly of your "SAVE-THE-HORSE." I had^ a gray mare eight years old, born with a ring- bone, and that is something wonderful to say. I bought her two months ago dead lame, given up by all the horse doctors. I paid $105 and since have refused 5400. Any time you want to send anyone to me I will be only too glad to show what your treatment has done for her. JNO. W. SULLIVAN. Office of Jacob E. Perkins. 39-40 Black- stone Building. Cleveland, Ohio— I purchased a bottle of "SAVE-THE- HORSE" from Strong, Cobb & Co., and went to work. My colt had two small lumps under his jaw, the result of dis- temper. I treated them with "SAVE- THE-HORSE" and they disappeared. JACOB B. PERKINS. Inter-State School, Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa— Enclosed find purchaser's acknow- ledgement of one bottle "SAVE-THE- HORSE." contract No. 31502. I have no complaint, all my spavins and curbs are gone. PAUL F. DOLAN. care Fire Dept. Scotch Line, Ontario— Some time ago I bought one bottle of "SAVE-THE-HORSE" from Lyman & Sons, Toronto. Applied for splint, which has disappeared entirely. JOHN O. ALLAN. "Save-the-Horse" permanently cures Spavin. Ringbone (except low Ringbone) Curb. Thoroughpin, Splint, Shoe Boil, Wind Puff, Injured Tendons, and all lameness without scar or loss of hair. Horse may work as usual. $5.00 Fer Bottle, with a written guar- antee as binding to protect you as the best legal talent could make it. Send for a copy and booklet. At Druggists and Dealers or Express Paid. Troy Chemical Co. Binghamton, N.Y. Formerly Troy. N. T. D. E. NEWELL, 56 Bayo Vista Avenue, Oakland, Cal. MARE FOR SALE. Handsome, stylish black driving mare. 6 years old. 1300 pounds. Kind, gentle. Lady can drive. Price, $400. Address BR. SOL SHOCRXET, Box 377, Merced, Cal. PETER SAXE & SON. 513 32d itreet, Oakland. Cal.. Importers. Breeders and Dealers for past thirty years. All varie- ties Cattle. Horses. Sheep, Hoes. Hlgh- alaes breeding stock. Correspondence so llcited.

 

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Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Ed Cobbiqan arrived in California last week. He will race a few horaea here and pick out the best of hia youngsters to ship to England where he is greatl? taken with the racing customs. It is said that he won a snug fortune during ihe summer over there. If so it iB no wonder he likes it. The miners who return from Klondike with sacks full of nuggets insist that the climate up there is not so bad aa it is painted. Florizar, the bay colt in the Scoggan airing, has been throughout his three year old form a particulnrly unfortun- ate colt, except when he started the season by winning the Derby at Memphis. Always a slow beginner, thiB colt has many of the best traits of a real race horse, and will carry any sort of weight and come from behind in races over a dis- tance of ground, but in most of his starts this year he has been entered at a mile, and has not appeared to the best ad- vantage over such a short route. Besides, he has been so slow several times at the post as to destroy his chances of getting home in front, but his race with Advance Guard at Harlem showed that he possesses high class and a rare chance of holding his own against the best he will meet in the San Francisco stakes. The report comes from New York that Jockey Dick of his soldier experience Pettingill got down into South Clawson has not only recovered his health, but is the father Carolina and, when the war was over, Gen. Grant made him of a bouncicg baby girl and is correspondingly happy. It is the prevost marshal of that district. said that he weighs 135 pounds, and the physicians say he That kind of a job just at that time wasn't as pleasant as never had consumption, but was simply run down and weak picking violets. The Southerners were very touchy. There from reducing so as to be able to ride. He will remain in were sores that hurt, and in the nature of things Pettingill the Adirondack mountains, however, and engage in the hotel had to prick them now and then. But he got away with it, business. Clawson says he will not ride any more. won the Southerners over, made intimate friends of the â- - . bitterest of them, and finally, when his duties as a Northern Jockey Rdiz will probably not ride any more, his in- military man were ended, he settled among his former Judge C. H. Pettingill, who will preside in the stand at Tanforan this winter, has the name of being a dead game one down in South Carolina, says "The Stroller" in the New York Telegraph : "It may be known that he was once a Union soldier, coming from way up in the State of Maine. "Pet" and Tom Reed are the two living examples of the fact that Maine is not a bad place to be from. In the course creasing weight making it almost impossible to reduce with safety. He weighs about 125 pounds at present. In speaking of the circuit scheme passed by the Turf Con- gress at the last meeting, President W. F. Schulte of the new Louisville Jockey Club says: "I Bee that I have been credited with being the engineer of the scheme on its last _.. and succeasful appearance. Sueh waa not the case. As I a book. He and Billy Burchâevery horsemen in the country sajd in a published interview the day before the meeting, I knows of Burchâformed a partnership and toured the have given up active participation in the affairs of the con- Southern and Western country with a stable of quarter greBe at the time the circuit scheme was knocked in the head hsrBes. And that Bort of trade isn't conducive to long and ia8t spring. I got all the worst of it that time and was not peaceful living. Burch and Pettingill got up against many anxi0u3 to again take up the thankless task of trying to a tough proposition, but both lived through it and took home engineer the scheme through. The move to adopt a regular much coin and many horBes. ^ They beat John A. Logan's circalt laat winter really originated w?fch the Nashville track. ?.â .â â .';::â - They thought much of tbe little man who had come down to them aa a Joe and remained to be a friend, and to this day you cannot speak of the Old South which he knew without bringing into "Pet's" voice an affectionate tone when he speaks in return of it. Pettingill has had enough of violent adventure to fill a best horse in a match race, and came near being mobbed for the mistake. Logan was altogether too popular in middle Indiana then for a half strainer from Sonth Carolina to beat him in a horse race. But it waB Logan himself who called the crowd off. Those dayB with Burch started Pettingill into the race horBe business, and he has been there ever since, withoDt Mr. Overton thought that such a scheme would give the Southern tracks a chance to live, and they felt that they had done encugh for the lurf in the past to be entitled to some consideration from St. LouiB and Chicago, which had so out- stripped them in growth as to be able to carry on racing on a much larger scale- He enlisted the support of many of tbe tracks. Col. Applegate, who was then, but is no longer, reaBon, I persume, to regret it. He might have had moments connected with the Latonia track, coming to his aid. Col. when he had rather have been a brick layer. One of those Applegate came to me last winter and asked me to call a waB at Garfield Park in Chicago during the police raids on special meeting to consider the circuit question, and he told the track. Pettingill was the Btarter there. When brave me that Ed Corrigan and Fitzgerald, of Chicago, as well as but reckless Jim Brown of TexaB, defied and fought the Secretary Howard of Washington Park and Little Kock, police nntil he fell dead with a bunch of bullets in his body, naa- authorized him to ask for the calling of the meeting and the men of the law went after Pettingill. Brown had downed na(j proirjised they would vote in favor of a restriction of three of their number and they were crazed. Pettingill didn't try to get away, and a force charged him. One blue- coat stuck a pistol against his abdomen a&d told him to throw up his bands. The others shouted: "Give it to him; give it to him." "Daniel Webster may have been more learned, but he was never more eloquent than I was that day trying to persuade that fellow not to pull the trigger," says Pettingill when he unwillingly speaks of it. They didn't shoot him, but he calls that his nearest ap- proach to the dim beyond. Pettingill ought to be a good man for the Californians. Fellows out there have a habit of disagreeing with the judges on occasions, and Pettingill has ever been a good man in a disagreement." "Cubly" Brown, who is back in California with a string of race horses, says the position of Btarter is not what it UBed to be, $100 per day was the price formerly paid on the leading tracks, but $30 is top price now and a starter works but about a third of the time. Brown thinks there is more money in owning a good stable. Racing Secretary Tozer has announced the following weights for the Autumn Handicap at a mile and an eighth to be run next Thursday at Tanforan : Favonius, 4,127; Ad- vance Guard, 3, 120; F. W. Brode, 3, 119; Vulcain, 3, 117; Gonfalon, 3, 110; Formero, 4, 116; The Lady, 3,114; Great Bend, 5, 114; The Fretter: 4, 111; Florizar, 3, 111; Eddie JoneB, 5,110; 8tar Chamber, 3,110; Bangor, 4, 100; John Baker, a, 108; AndriBa, 3, 107; Veauvian, 3, 107; Greenock, 3,106; Gauntlet, 4, 106; Rosormonde, 5,106; Olinthus, 4, 105; Torsina, a, 104; Sea Lion, 4, 104; Locohee, 4, 103; Specific, 3, 103; First Tenor, 4, 102; Scotch Plaid, 5, 101; Mortgage, 3, 101; Malay, 4,101; Herculean, 3,100; Lothian, 4,100; Macy, 6, 100; Bell Punch, 6, 100; My Gypsy, 3, 98; El Mido, 4, 96; Imperious, 5, 96; Jennie Reid, 4, 94; Lava- tor, 4, 94; Elfonae, 2, 86. In speaking of his racing stable during 1900, John W. Schorr states that his horses have won about one hundred raceB and that the aggregate winnings amounted to $85,000. The two year olde, Alard 8check, Silverdale, Joe Frey, Lady Schorr and Farmer Bennett, were the leading bread-winners. Never before have the Schorr colors been bo successful. He also said : "My son will go to California this winter with the pick of our stable. F. W. Brode, Sea Lion, Timemaker, Ordnung, Greenouk, Joe Frey, Dangerfield and Bab to the Coast. The last named is a full bister to W. Overton, one of the best colts that ever ran in my colors. She iB a two year old and showed herself to be a stake filly at Memphis and Louisville last spring, but developed a case of rheumatism in the shoulders before the stable was shipped North and had to be thrown out of training. Alard Scheck and Silverdale will be reserved for the big Western events of 1901. Streamer, Sam Philips aod W. Overton will also be reserved for 1901. Streamer spent the summer at Dr. Crowley's farm in St. Louis county, and is doing well, but will hardly stand train- ing until next spring." John Brannon is at Belle Meade with his string of horses. They have lately completed a mile track at Belle Meade, and Brannon will train his own horses and those of W. H. Jackaon, Jr., there. They have about twenty horses . between them. The stable will go to Memphis Borne time in lengths in front of Diderot who was four lengths in front of February. Ex-Jockey Thompson Forehand and his brother the others, Grafter leading the bunch that were behind the Justice have been employed as exercise boys. money. dates. Corrigan was not, as was generally supposed, an active advocate of the scheme, but merely said he would vote for it. After X had called the meeting there was a lot of violent opposition developed and the Chicago tracks with- drew their support. Of course there waB then nothing for me to do but to withdraw the call for the meeting and resign, which I did; but, as you know, my resignation was not accepted. From then on I waB little more than a nominal offleial of the congress, and at tbe last meeting, after calling the congress to order and getting it started on its work, I left and was not present at any more of the meetings," The sixty days meeting at the new Kinloch. Park at St. LouiB resulted in a financial loss to the association. Poor transportation facilities are given as the principal cause of the scant patronage. After Coburn had signed to ride for Geo. C. Bennett next saason, the latter said to the jockey just before he left for this city: "Now, my boy, 1 want you to be careful of one thing, and that is not to get ruled off* while you are riding at 'Frisco thiB winter. I signed Eddie Jones one season, but before he came to me he went to the Coast to finish an en- gagement, and while tbere he was ruled off and I waB with- out a jockey a whole season. I don't want that to happen to you. Don't get tangled up in apy mesB. I have told your uncle to watch you. If any one makea any sort of a proposi- lion to you which is not legitimate, have it reported to the judges at once, and you will not get into trouble." President Thomas H. Williams is doing his utmost to keep the news of the raceB from outside pool rooms and to that end keeps the telegraph station at the track closed each day from noon until after the races are over. The racing dates for tbe winter and spring of 1901 are as follows: New Orleans, La., Jan. 1-March 23; Tanforan, Cal , Jan. 21-Feb. 9; Oakland, Cal., Feb. 11-23; Tanforao, Cal., Feb. 25-March 9; Little Rock, Ark., March 25-30; Oak- land, Cal., March 11-23; Tanforan, Cal., March 25-April 6; Memphis, Tenn., April 1-20; Oakland, Cal., April 8-20; Nashville, Tenn., April 22-27; Tanforan, Cal., April 22- May 4; Louisville, Ky., April 29-May 12; Latonia, Ky., May 14-25; Newport, Ky., May 27-June 8. W. B. Jenning's Canmore, a colt that started for the first time this year at the California State Fair, in which race he finished fourth to Bavaesa inl:01$,won the Produce Exchange Stakes at Oakland last Saturday, beating the favorite Bedeck and running a very creditable race inasmuch as he carried 113 pounds and ran tbe distance in 1:14 in spite of the bumping he got at tbe finish. Canmore is by imp. Midlothian, his dam being Fannie Louise, a young mare by imp. Darebin that is the dam of Andriaa, a filly that has been a good winner for Mr. Jennings. Canmore was ridden by Mounce in thia race and got a good ride. The start was a good one, and Bedeck went out in front to make the running, but Canmore was but a head behind him when a quarter of a mile bad been run. Mounce let Wedderstrand, who rode Bedeck get two lengths in front until the stretch was reached when a real horee race began. Canmore was tbe gamest of the two and though badly bumped by Bedeck, who swerved at the paddock, came away easily without the touch of the whip and won by a length. Bedeck was 6ve The Chicago tracks are all at eea, says 8. B. Weems writ- ing from that city under dale of November 7tb, as to their stake announcements for next year. This is owing to tbe action of the Turf Congress at its recent annual meeting in curtailiog Chicago datea. About a month wbb lopped off tbe Chicago end in the epriDg and a month in the fall. This if adhered to will not only force Lakeside out, but will also curtail the dales at both Hawthorne and Harlem. It will not affect Washington Park dates. All the tracks, including Washington Park, are dissatisfied with the dates. Just what will be done it is difficult to say. Possibly another meeting of the Congress will be called. If not it is more than a possibility that the Chicago tracks will cut loose from the Turf Congress, relying upon liberal added money in stakes and purBes to bring the best horses here and keep them here. The Chicago people are dissatisfied with the entire pro- ceedings of the Turf Congress meeting. They had expected to bring about many needed changes in the rules, and they had also expected to have an overhauling of the license committee. The river tracks who are members of the Con- gress adriotly shunted all disagreeable propositions. They came to the meeting with seven votes against five, elected officers, chopped Chicago and St. LouiB dates, had a wine dinner and went home. It was all done so quick that the Chicago folks did not know what had happenad until the river people were speeding away on express trains. In one respect the river tracks in the Congress have the best of it, for they have the secretary and treasurer and they control the funda of the Congress, which, it is said, now amount to $50,000. Notwithstanding that, the Chicaeo and St. Louis track officials are in anything but a cheerful frame of mind, and if between now and the first of the year they accept the dates as meted out they will have to experience a decided change of heart in the meantime. "Secretary James Howard of the Washington Park Club ia planning a great meeting for next year. Mr. Howard will not only increase his stakes but he will offer no puree of less value tban $1000. The following table will show the pro- poaed increase in the stakes: 1900 1901 American Derby â $10,000 $20,000 Lakeside Stakes â 1,500 2,000 JEftgiewood Stakes 1,500 2,000 OaKwood Hanctcap _ 1,500 2,500 Kenwood Stakes 1,500 2,000 Sheriden Stakes â _..â 2 000 4,000 Quickstep Slakes 1,500 2,000 (Jreat Western Handicap 2,000 3,000 Midway Stakes 1,500 2,000 Edgewater Stakes _ _ 1,500 2,000 Turt Congress Handicap 2,000 4.000 Drexelstakes _ 1,500 2,000 Hyde Park stakes....- 2,000 5,000 Wheeler Handicap â 4.000 7,500 These will not be guaranteed but added money Btakes, and there will be no forfeits, only a cash entrance fee and a cash starting fee. Both Harlem and Hawthorne have also decided on ma- terial increases in their added money next year, but owing to the unsettled Btate of affairs as to dates thej have not yet made out schedules of stakes for another season. And now the English Jockey Club will turn Lord Durham down it is said. Perhaps, after all, this Lord is not a thor- oughbred but only a grade Durham. The officials at Oakland have decided that owners or trainers employing ruled-ofl or warned-off jockeys in any capacity will themselves be warned off. Thia order will prevent Piggott, Butler, Powell and other boys from exercis- ing horseB at the track. Afamada's entry will not be received by the California Jockey Club hereafter. She is so unsound that her presence is considered dangerous. Cobobn rode four winners Wednesday. He was on the favorite each time. "Little Jed" Waldo has been apprenticed as a jockey to Edward Corrigan who will take him to England with him. Jed is a son of Dave Waldo of Kansas City. The terms of the engagement are private, but it is understood that Jed is to be under the control of Corrigan until his majority, and educational conditions form a part of the contract. The Waldo boy is considered by Western horsemen a very prom- ising rider and his engagement with the Corrigan stable with its En lish and American divisions will give the lad an op- portunity for a world-wide reputation. He is a midget, particularly sturdy for one of his weight, has a good seat,and a racing head, and his numerous friends in Kansas City pre- dict that he will develop into another Tod Sloan. Fred Fostek had Obsidian entered in a race at Lakeside tbe other day at $400. He won and was run up to $700 by Geo. Wilde and Foster let the old mud horse go. Woobter Boy wbb so full of speed last Mondav that be ran the mile and a sixteenth at Oakland in record time. The first mile was made in 1:3S:|. He beat Dunblane ten lengths in 1:48. Jockey Moonce is beginning to attract the attention of the newspaper scribes by riding winners. Mounce was a pretty good boy last year, and is improving right along. A son of St. Simon, the leading Eoglish Bire has arrived in California. He was purchased by Edward Corrigan and will be placed on his breeding farm in Yolo county above Sacramento. Brantome is the name of this stallion, and besides being sired by the greatest stallion now in Eng- land, haa for his dam a mare by Hampton, sire of several Derbv winners. St. Simon is the sire of tbe two Derby win- ners Persimmon and Diamond Jubilee, full brothers, and their dam is Perdita II., who is by tbe same sire as the dam of Mr. Corrigan's stallion. It will be seen that Branlon is a brother in blood to Persimmon and Diamond Jubilee and it is fortunate for the breeding interests of California that such a stallion has been brought here. Kenilworth, the brown two year old colt by imp. Sir Modredâ imp. Queen Bess, bred at Kancho del Paso, and owned by Ketcbam & Stover, is said to be the beat two year old that has raced on tbe Chicago tracks this fall. He not only won away off in bis races at Lakeside against colts of hia age, but he beat fields of old sprinters and did it handily. He is entered in the Juvenile Champion Stakes at Tanforan to be run December 20th this vesr. A sister to the great mare Sly, and a sister to ('â Flanders are to be sold next Thursday evening at th < dental Horse Exchange.

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

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Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

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GOMBAILT'S CAUSTIC BALSAM A safe, speedy and positive cure for Curb, Splint, Sweeny, Capped Hocfc, Strained Tendons, Pounder, Wind Puffs, and all lameness from Spavin, Ringbone and other bony tumors. Cures all skin diseases or Parasites, Thrush, Diphtheria. Removes all Bunches from Horses or Cattle. Aa * HTMAS REMIDT for Bhei>- mallim, Spralni, Sore Throat, et*., it Is inT&lu&ble. Every bottle of Canitlc Baliam sold is Warrantee to give satisfaction. Price SI.GO per bottl* Sold by dnurgisis, or sent bv ei- press, charges paid, with foil directions for its use. Sei.d for descriptive circulars, testirni>- nlals, etc Address TH1 UW HCt-VLLLIilS COIPaKT, Cleveland, Ob- If cattle are to be finished during the winter season they must be fed a good ration of grain and roughage, the grain constituting a large part of the ration. If, however, they are to be finished on grass the following summer, it is better to feed during the winter, so that they will make very- moderate gains and be somewhat thin, though in healthy condition. Cattle that have been wintered on a heavy grain ration do not gain well when turned out on grass in the spring. Fairmont Hotel Management of Palace Hotel Co. A Guarantee of Excellence The only large hotel commanding a view of our incomparable bay. The best located hotel in the world, as it is the most convenient to the business centers, while its elevation affords wholesome ad- vantages in the way of pure air. sunshine and the absence of all annoyances connected with the rebuilding of a great city. -.'-EUROPEAN PLAN -:â Rates, single: $2.50, $3, $4, $5, $6, $7, $8. Suites: $10, $12, $14, $16, $.18, $20 .EVERY ROOM WITH BATH. Music a feature at Dinner and in the Foyer, evenings. Address FAIRMONT HOTEL STALLION CARDS Folders, Posters and Pamphlets Compiled and Printed. PEDIGREES TABULATED Giving Performances of the get of sires and dams. Typewritten, ready to frame. STALLION SERVICE BOOKS, $1.00 With index and blank notes for ser- vice fee. BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN, 616 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco, Cal- DIVIDEND NOTICE, THE SAVINGS AND' LOAN SOCIETY, 101 Montgomery St., Cor. Sutter has declared a dividend for the term ending December 31, 1907, at the rate of three and eight-tenths (3 S-10) per cent per annum on all deposits, free of taxes, and pavable on and after Thursday, January 2. 190S. Dividends not calle'd for are added to and bear the same rate of interest as principal. EDWIN BONXELL, Gashier. STAM B. PILLY FOB SALE. A coming three-year-old. entered and paid up on in Pacific Breeders' Futurity and Stanford Stakes, sired by Stam E. 2:11^4. dam Henrietta by Boodle 2:12%; second dam Flora H.. dam of Thomp- son 2:1-114, and Bonetti (trial 2:14%); third and fourth dams by producing sires. Is now in Henry Helman's string at Pleasanton, where she can be seen. Trotted a mile in 2:50 as a two-year-old. An excellent prospect.For further par- ticulars address HENRY" HAHB, 2125 Euena Vista Ave., Alameda. FIVE CHOICE HOESES FOB SALE. Bay gelding «< SPAVIN CURE

 

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Isn't This a Clincher? Hartford, Conn., Dec. 2, 1907. Troy Chemical Co., Binghamton. N. Y. Gentlemen: Tour SAVE- THE -HORSE is a wonderful discovery. It does more than you claim. A little over a year ago Saint Anthony (sorrel gelding) in- jured one of his tendons. It was the worst case I ever saw. He could not touch his foot to the ground for weeks. I had several veterinarians and they said he would never go sound. Know- ing he was a good colt I meditated for a long time, reading all the advertise- ments for such cases, decided on SAVE- THE-HORSE, and to my surprise it cured him, so that I drove him in more races the past season than any" other horse in my stable. He was six times first, nine times second, three times third, once fourth, and I gave him a record of 2:15*4 over half-mile track, and he is sound to-day. PERCY BURXHAM. 96 New Britain Ave. "Save-the-Horse" permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone (except low Ringbone) Curb, Thoroughpin. Splint, Shoe Boil, Wind Puff, Injured Tendons, and all lameness without scar or loss of hair. Horse may work as usuaL 35.00 Fer Bottle, with a written guar- antee as binding to protect you as the best legal talent could make it. Send for a copy and booklet. At Druggists and Dealers or Express Paid. Troy Chemical Co. Binghamton, N.Y. Formerly Troy. X. Y. D. E. NEWELL, 56 Bayo Vista Avenue, Oakland, Cal. FOB SALE. A perfectly matched driving team, mare and gelding, six and seven years, dark bays, city broke, and excellent driv- ers. Full brother and sister, sired by Silas Skinner, dam a well bred mare. Handsome and good travelers. For fur- ther particulars and price, address D. J. F., Breeder & Sportsman Office. Free Veterinary Book Be your own horse doctor. Book enables you to cure all the common ailments, curb, splint, spavin, lameness, etc Prepared by the makers of Tuttle's Elixir The world's greatest horse remedy. £100 reward for failure to Cure above diseases where cure is possible. Write for the book. Postage 2c. nrTTLE'S ELIXIR CO., 52 Beverly St, Boston, Mass. Los Anoele*. W. A. Shaw, Mgr.. 1S21 Now England A». Ecxare of all blistert: only temfsrary relit/, if any. FOB SALEâSETTER PTJPS, Pedigreed English Setter Pups, two months old. Address M. PERRY, 454 West Santa Clara St., San Jose. SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS TJNION. N, W. Corner California and Mont- gomery Streets. For the half year ending December 31st, 1907, a dividend has been declared at the rates per annum of four and one-tenth (4 1-10) per cent on term de- posits and three and three-fourths (3 34) per cent on ordinary deposits, free of taxes, pavable on and after Thursday, January 2d. 1908. Depositors are entitled to draw their dividends at any time during the suc- ceeding half year. A dividend not drawn will be added to the deposit ac- count, become a part thereof and earn dividend from January 1st. LOVEL.L, WHITE, Cashier. DIVIDEND NOTICE, THE G-ER5IAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 526 California Street. For the half year ending December 31, 1907, a dividend has been declared at the rate of three and eight-tenths (3 8-10) per cent per annum on all de- posits, free of taxes, payable on and after Thursday. January 2, 1908. Divi- dends not called for are added to and bear the same rate of interest as the principal from January 1, 19GS. GEORGE TOt'RNT, Secretary. WM. F. EGAN, M. R. C. V. S. VETERINARY SURGEON 1155 Golden Gate Ave. Branch Hospital, corner Webster and Chestnut Streets, SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. CALIFORNIA PHOTO ENGRAVING CO., High Class Art âinâ HALFTONES AND LINE ENGRAVING Artistic Designing", 141 Vclencia St. San Francisco COLLIE AND BLOODHOUND PUP- PIES FOR SALE. Best bred Young Stock on the Coast. Sires and Dams winners on the Bench and Workers in the Field. Address T. S. GRIFFITH, Glen Tana Collie Kennels, Spokane, Wash. BUBBEEOID ROOFING Weather Proof, Acid Proof. Fire Re- sisting. BONESTELL, BICEABDSON & CO., 473-485 Sixth St.. San Francisco. Cal. âQ cQPAfs^ ^ Si' CAPSULES to *E® IN?** W. HIGGINBOTTOM LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER Office With E. Stewart & Co., 297 Valencia St., S. F. Branch Office With Star Horse Market, Fresno. CaL Write for Terms and Datea- JERSETS, HOLSTEINS AND DDR- HAMSâDairy Stock a specialty. Hogs. Poultry. Established 1876. Wm. Niles & Co., Los Angeles. CaL "HOWARD SHORTHORNS'-QUINTO HERDâ77 premiums. California State Fairs 1902-3-4. Registered cattle of beef and milking families for sale. Write us what you want. Howard Cattle Co.. San Mateo. BLAKE, MOFFITT & TOWNE Dealers in PAFBB 1400-1450 4th St.. San Francisco. CaL Blake, Moffitt & Towne, Ljs Angeles. Blake, McFall & Co.. Portland. Oregon. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. San Francisco. Cal., Oct. 12. 1907. The H. D. Cowles Co., otherwise known as the Cowles-Payne Co., a partnership, is this day dissolved. I will not be re- sponsible for any debts contracted from this date on account of the above named partnership. C. S. PAYNE. FOB SALE. Lady's driving horse, winner of first prize and cup at Pasadena Horse Show of 1907. Seal brown gelding, stands 15.3, eight years old and absolutely sound. Apply to or address B. J. DB SABLA, 110 Sutter St. San Francisco, CaL TbeyLicKlti As they waait it. ' COMPRESSED PURE-SALT BRICKS â¢n PATENT FEEDERS. The sane, economical, bandy I way of salting animals. AsK Dealers. A Write us for Booh. L BtLMONlSMtMMYii) PATENTEESrWNUFKTURERS-BROOKLYN.N.Y

  

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Identifier: scotimonasticona00walc

Title: Scoti-Monasticon: the ancient church of Scotland, a history of the cathedrals, conventual foundations, collegiate churches, and hospitals of Scotland

Year: 1874 (1870s)

Authors: Walcott, Mackenzie E. C. (Mackenzie Edward Charles), 1821-1880

Subjects: Church of Scotland

Publisher: London, Virtue

Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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C.\MBUSKENNKTH. AUSTIN CANONS.

 

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< %. THE ANCIENT CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. 3,1 John Dersi, Canon of Cambuskenneth, died here as abbot in September, 1394.In 1469 Thomas was prior. The income was 138/. a year. The Lord Down, whose successor was theEarl of Moray, was the last commendator, and had it erected into a baronyin his own favour. Keith says that Henry Stuart was created Lord St.Colme in 1611. A single Danish monument remains in the island. JEDBURGH.2 1118. According toWyntoun, Jedburgh, or Jedwood, St. Marys, foundedby Prince David, and as an abbey by King David I. for Canons Regularfrom St. Quentins, Beauvais, 1147, stands in the midst of a valley on asloping bank above the Jed, surrounded by hills, near the confluence ofthat river with the Teviot. The Chronicle of the Picts gives the dateas 1143, and it is said John, Bishop of Glasgow, who died in 1178, placedcanons here; probably these variations show processes of construction, aswhen, in 1150, the priory became an abbey. Between 1073 and 1100, likeMelrose, Je

  

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Identifier: bellvol36systemtechni00amerrich

Title: The Bell System technical journal

Year: 1922 (1920s)

Authors: American Telephone and Telegraph Company

Subjects: Telecommunication Electric engineering Communication Electronics Science Technology

Publisher: [Short Hills, N.J., etc., American Telephone and Telegraph Co.]

Contributing Library: Prelinger Library

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Fig. 27 — Cable breaks in the submarine canyons off the Magdalena River,Colombia, South America. 1092 THE BELL SYSTEM TECHNICAL JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 1957

 

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OCEANOGRAPHIC INFORMATION FOR SUBMARINE CABLES 1093 occur, and in some cases to outline areas where they occur at frequentintervals. If, after the completion of such a study, it is decided to takethe risk of laying a cable across a dangerous area and at a later datea turbidity current does occur, it will be possible to predict the lengthof cable to be replaced under various conditions. VI. CONCLUSIONS The application of the rapidly developing science of oceanograph}- tothe development and engineering of submarine cable systems will per-mit refinements in design, cable placing techniques, route selection, andrepair operations. Existing knowledge, when evaluated and codified, pro-vides many useful data for immediate application. Continuing study oftopography, the nature of the bottom, causes of cable failures, and deepsea circulation will permit further advances in the engineering of sub-marine cable systems. It is to be expected that the value and usefulnessof submarine cable oceanogra

  

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Photograph dated 1937 of four St. Thomas College cheerleaders. On the left is Anthony Caprio '38, and at right is Joseph Lucas '38. The center student is unidentified.

 

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Identifier: canadianmagazine36torouoft

Title: The canadian magazine of politics, science, art and literature, November 1910-April 1911

Year: 1893 (1890s)

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Subjects: Canadian periodicals

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario publishing co

Contributing Library: Toronto Public Library: Research and Reference Libraries

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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t. Thestreet-cars are heated by electricity.Apartment houses are more common 214 than churches. Theatres—they havethree, two of which are as up-to-dateas anything in Montreal or Toronto.In the Eussell Theatre, not long ago,they had English comedy by an Eng-lish cast—when the orchestra woremilitary uniform. Bennetts vaude-ville is catered to by the smartest oftouring aggregations outside of thereal top-notchers. The theatres arenearly alawys crowded. ]\Iodern rush pervades everything—except the House of Commons police-men. If there is a by-election or ahockey match, special extras of theevening newspapers are rushed outand bulletined with the speed of tlieNew York American. Ottawa lives asmuch on newspapers as does NewYork. Behold a burly Frenchman onthe street, translating an Englishplacard audibly into French. Everynow and then a train-load of peoplepick up and rush down to Montrealto see a liockey game, or up toToronto and Hamilton to footballCartier Square in summer-time is a

 

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•HULL I« RIGHT ACROSS THE FOREGROUND OF OTTAWAS UNPARALLELED FRONT LANDSCAPE, THREADED BY THEOTTAWA AND BACKGROUNDED BY THE DIM LAURENTIAX HILLS. medley of sport. The whole towntakes to the out-of-doois as naturallyais a mob of school children. The ice-races on the river are to Ottawa whatthe Ice Palace is to Montreal. Horsesare judged in Ottawa by their speed—though the cab-drivers are not quiteso furious as they are in Montreal, andthe delivery sleighs run much moreleisurely. Smart functions are never done inOttawa. They have more sassietythan in any other Canadian cityaccording to population. One reasonis the plethora of pretty women.Smartly habited women are a part ofthe perennial moving picture onSparks Street. At the theatres, atchurches, on the street-cars, up atParliament House ; usually a numberin the gallery when the House is insession; quite as often a bevy offeminines out for a noonday luncheonin the Parliamentary restaurant,quite oblivious of where their hus- 215 ban

  

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Identifier: illustratedmanua01saun

Title: An illustrated manual of British birds

Year: 1889 (1880s)

Authors: Saunders, Howard, 1835-1907

Subjects: Birds

Publisher: London, Gurney and Jackson

Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries

Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries

  

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te line runs to the neck, whichis slate-grey, as are the mantle and rump ; wing-feathers brownish-black, the long secondaries margined with buffish-white; upper tail-coverts greenish-yellow ; the outside pair of tail-feathers white, thenext two pairs also white with a black stripe along part of the outerweb, the remainder brownish-black; chin and throat black; breastto lower tail-coverts sulphur-yellow; bill dark brown; legs and feetpale brown. Length, from 7 to 75 in., depending upon the lengthof the tail, which is often shorter than the average in specimensfrom the Azores, Turkey and Siberia; wing 2)Z i- The female hasa shorter tail than the male; her tints are duller and more greenish,and she has less black on the throat. That part becomes white inboth sexes in autumn, when a buff tint appears on the breast. Theyoung are browner than the female, and the eye-stripe is buff.This species has bred, in captivity, with the Pied Wagtail, and thehybrids proved fertile. MOTACII.I.ID.-K. 119

 

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THE BLUK-HEADED WAGTAIL MOTACILLA FLAVA, Linnfcus. In 1832 it was i)ointed out by Gould that the Blue-headed Wag-tail of the Continent was distinct from the Yellow Wagtail, which isa regular visitor to our islands ; and two years later Uoubleday shotan example of the former at Walton-on-the-Naze. Since that datea considerable number have been obtained or observed; mostly inthe south-western, southern, and eastern counties of England ; whilethe bird has undoubtedly nested on several occasions near Gatesheadin Durham, as certified by Mr. John Hancock. As a rule, however,the Blue-headed Wagtail can hardly be considered as more thanan irregular—though perhaps overlooked—visitor on migration ;generally in spring, but not unfrequently in autumn. In Scotland ithas been shot near Edinburgh and Dunbar; and Saxby states that heobtained it on migration in Shetland. Mr. Blake-Knox has assertedthat it occurs in Ireland, but Mr. More excludes it from his list. The Blue-headed Wagtail has stragg

  

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Identifier: cathedralchurcho00corl

Title: The cathedral church of Chichester; a short history & description of its fabric with an account of the diocese and see

Year: 1901 (1900s)

Authors: Corlette, Hubert Christian

Subjects: Chichester Cathedral

Publisher: London : G. Bell

Contributing Library: University of California Libraries

Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

  

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ourse, under the weatheredsills of the arcaded openings in the belfry stage, are, on thenorth, south, and west, small wall arcades. At each anglethere is a turret. Three of these are octagonal, but thatat the south-west is circular till it reaches the string coursebelow the parapet; and excepting those on the north-westand south-west they are used as staircases. Each of thefour sides is pierced by two groups of coupled openingsunder superior arches, the several moulded members of whichrise in four receding orders from the square abaci of thecapitals of the angle shafts. The space between the pointedheads of the sub-arches on the east and west faces ispierced by quatrefoils; those on the west are different indesign from those on the east. The parapet of the tower has features in its design whichindicate that the original one had been added to the earliertower during the fifteenth century. The octagonal termina-tions to the four turrets were of the same character and dateas the parapet.

 

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Phoiochmm Co., Ltd., phol>. THE DETACHED BELL-TOWER. 78 CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL. The spire rises out of the supporting walls of the towerwithin the parapet. It is a regular octagon in shape. Fouroctagonal pinnacles are placed at its base next to each ofthe turrets of the tower ; and between these, on the otherfour faces of the spire, are tall stone dormers, with carvedcrockets and finials on the copings of the high-pitched gables.Above this group the spire is divided into three sections bytwo bands of diaper-work cut out of the stone surfaces ascusped quatrefoils; and from the base of the spire to itscapstone there is a projecting rib on each angle betweenthe several faces of the octagon. The Bell Tower, which stands alone to the north of thecathedral, is now the only one of its kind in England; andit is curious that in two cases where these towers were found,as at Salisbury and at Norwich, spires had been added tothe central towers. The cathedral bells have been hung inthis tower sin

  

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Identifier: conciseguidetot00clar

Title: A concise guide to the town and university of Cambridge in an introduction and four walks

Year: 1912 (1910s)

Authors: Clark, John Willis, 1833-1910

Subjects: University of Cambridge

Publisher: Cambridge, Bowes and Bowes

Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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tered from the dais of the hall, and had asimilar arrangement of rooms. At Trinity, Christs, andQueens, he had even a small window opening irom hischamber into the hall, so that he could both see and hearwhat was passing there. In Cambridge the gallery is usuallydescribed as *the Masters walking-place {amhalatwiummagistri), and may perhaps have been intended in the firstinstance for exercise in bad weather. This gaUery, with its paneUed walls and ceiHng of richplaster-work, is one of the finest specimens of this class ofbuilding left in England. It was originally 148 feet long, buthas now been reduced to 93 feet. 68 S, Johns College Among the portraits note the following : Geo. Augustus Selwyn, D.D., d. 1878: G.Richmond, 1854. Sir John Fre. Wm. Herschel, d. 1871: H. W. Pickersgill. The Foundress. John Couch Adams, d. 1892: T. Mogford. Wm. Wilberforce, d. 1833: G. Eichmond, 1834. Tho. Clarkson, d. 1846: H. Eoom, 1838. Tho. Baker, d. 1740: C. Bridges (copy). Sam. Parr, d. 1826: G. Dawe.

 

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GALLERY OF S. JOHNS COLLEGE. Walk through the gallery to the Libr^iey, built 1623-28,chiefly at the cost of John Williams, D.I)., then Bp ofLincoln and Lord Keeper. He is commemorated on thepicturesque gable towards the river, by the letters L L. C. S.,for Johannes Lincolniensis Gustos Sigilli. The building is aninteresting specimen of Jacobean Gothic, and the bookcases,put up at the same time, are not only beautiful in themselves,but of great value in the history of library-fittings. Notethat they are no longer detached from the side-walls, as inthe older examples, but that their cornice is continuous withthat of the panelwork which lines the walls and window-jambs. S, Johns College 59 Lower detached cases, in the same style and of the same dateas the others, stand in front of each window. Note the two

  

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Identifier: americanenterpri01burl

Title: American enterprise. Burley's United States centennial gasetteer and guide

Year: 1876 (1870s)

Authors: Burley, S[ylvester] W. [from old catalog] Kidder, Charles Holland, [from old catalog] ed

Subjects:

Publisher: Philadelphia S. W. Burley

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

  

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he exhibition, to the effect that the openingof navigation was liable to be delayed so nearly up to the announced dateas to make it doubtful whether their products could be delivered in Phila-delphia in season for installation before the exhibition opened. Theseconsiderations dictated the changes which have been made in the dates heretofore announced. The calendarReception of articles begins . endsUnoccupied space forfeitedExhibition opens . closes . Goods to be removed by as thus revised is as follows: Jan. 5, 1876.April 19,April 26,May 10,Nov. 10,Dec. 31, Building. Area Covered. Main Building, 21.47 acres. Art Building, 1.50 Horticultural Building, 1.50 Machinery Building, 14.00 Agricultural Building, 10.15 48.62 acres. THE EXHIBITION BUILDINGS. Contract Awarded. Date of Completion. Contract Price. July, 1874. Jan., 1876. $1,420,000. July 4, 1874. Jan. 1, 1876. 1,199,273. Jan. 1, 1875. Sept. 5,1875. 253,937. Jan. 27, 1875. Oct. 1, 1875. 542,300. June 16, 1875. Jan. 1, 1876. 250,000.

 

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Engraved expressly for Burleys United States Centennial Gazetteer and Guide. VIENNA EXHIBITION, 1873. THE International Exhibition at Vienna was opened by the emperorof Austria on the 1st of May, and was closed on the 2d of Novem-ber, 1873. Franz Joseph was the prime mover in this enterprise, and tohis efforts was due such success as was achieved. The number of countriesrepresented was larger than at any of the preceding exhibitions. Not onlythe countries of Europe and America, but the empires of the East, sentcontributions. The Chinese were so condescending as to exhibit some of theirproductions in competition with the once-despised Western barbarians.Japan, which nation once punished with death a foreign tour on the partof her natives, but which has since that time been reconstructed, wasrepresented by the articles of a number of her citizens, who came with thefull approval of their government. India, Persia, Morocco, Tunis, Tur-key and Egypt were also contributors. The Diiector-Gen

  

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Identifier: conciseguidetoto01clar

Title: A concise guide to the town and university of Cambridge in an introduction and four walks

Year: 1906 (1900s)

Authors: Clark, John Willis, 1833-1910

Subjects: University of Cambridge

Publisher: Cambridge, Macmillan and Bowes

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

  

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from the dais of the hall, and had asimilar arrangement of rooms. At Trinity, Christs, andQueens, he had even a small window openiAig trom hischamber into the hall, so that he could both see and hearwhat was passing there. In Cambridge the gallery is usuallydescribed as the Masters walking-place (ambidatoriammagistri), and may perhaps have been intended in the firstinstance for exercise in bad weather. This gallery, with its panelled walls and ceiling of richplaster-work, is one of the finest specimens of this class ofbuilding left in England. It was originally 148 feet long, buthas now been reduced to 93 feet. 58 S. Johns College Among the portraits note the following : Geo. Augustus Selwyn, D.D., d. 1878: G. Eichmond, 1854. Sir John Fre. Wm. Herschel, d. 1871: H. W. Pickersgill. The Foundress, John Couch Adams, d. 1892: T. Mogford. Wm. Wilberforce, d. 1833: G. Eichmond, 1834. Tho. Clarkson, d. 1846: H. Eoom, 1838. Tho. Baker, d. 1740: C. Bridges (copy). Sam. Parr, d. 1826: G. Dawe.

 

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GALLERY OF S. JOHNS COLLEGE. Walk through the gallery to the Library, built 1623-28,chiefly at the cost of John Williams, D.I)., then Bp ofLincoln and Lord Keeper. He is commemorated on thepicturesque gable towards the river, by the letters L L. C. S.,for Johannes Lincolniensis Gustos Sigilli. The building is aninteresting specimen of Jacobean Gothic, and the bookcases,put up at the same time, are not only beautiful in themselves,but of great value in the history of library-fittings. Notethat they are no longer detached from the side-walls, as inthe older examples, but that their cornice is continuous withthat of the panelwork which lines the walls and window-jambs. >S^. Johns College 59 Lower detached cases, in the same style and of the same dateas the others, stand in front of each window. Note the two

  

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Identifier: farmersmagazine1920toro

Title: Farmer's magazine (January-December 1920)

Year: 1920 (1920s)

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Subjects: Agriculture

Publisher: Toronto :

Contributing Library: Fisher - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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rk and Boston storage. Pack-ers have announced that the last of theNew Zealand contribution will reachNew York in December, but no infor-mation concerning the quantity in tran-sit is available. That there will be suf-ficient on January 1 to keep the dressedmarket on a ragged edge all winter isprobable. The sole possibility of sal-vation for the domestic producer liesin an abnormally light winter crop,only 2,225,488 thin sheep and lambshaving gone on feed during August,September and October, against 3,394,-425 a year ago. Omaha alone shows adecrease of 505,000 head, which meansthat Iowa production has been cut intwo. At present good lambs are sell-ing at $11.50 to $12 and fat ewes at$5.50 to $6.50 in Chicago. Feedershave paid fat stock prices all throughthe season for thin sheep and lambs,a dangerous practice. The easternsheep industry has been liquidated witha vengeance this season, insuring thelightest 1921 lamb crop and wool clipin many years both east and west ofthe Missouri River.

 

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This picture gives a very fair idea of the character and quality of the stuflf to be sold atthe Russell-Watt-Marshall sale at Toronto Exhibition Grounds on December 3rd. Royal Show Winners at Russell-Watt-Marshall Sale pHE • Russell - Watt - Marshall sale-*- which is to be held at the ExhibitionGrounds stables, Toronto, on December3rd, promises to distribute throughoutCanada—and probably the UnitedStates as well—some of the best im-ported and Canadian-bred Shorthornsthat have ever passed through a salering in this country. At as late a dateas possible before this issue went topress a repiesentative of FarmersMagazine visited the stables to see justwhat kind of stuff was being put up.The three breeders who went into atemporary partnership on this, importa-tion and sale all have reputations tomaintain. They are all noted in thiscountry and the United States asVreeders and showmen. After seeingthe animals which are going into thesale we have no hesitation in sayingthat their reputa

  

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