Mary Spring Rice, seconded by Miss D. Barton, Annamoe, a resolution was passeda Stating that the aid of the I.A.O.S. ... alone can the farmers of this country be enabled to compete upon even terms with their foreign rivals in the British markets. ... Of course it is quite possible to provide a cup of cocoa only, at a penny a week a head, and this is done successfully in a ... The cooking would have to be done by the elder children under the supervision of the teacher, and would, of course, anbsp;...
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