Q yia-m Qeylan let £&aAn O j u A Qalniuify G &a$t BRITAIN’S FOOD-RAISING ACHIEVEMENTS DURING THE WAR have attracted Empire students to the Institute of Agriculture at Usk. in Monmouthshire, where these girls from Ceylon are gaining experience that will fit them to become instructors when they return home. Handling and maintenance of latest mechanical-implcments is an important part of the curriculum. Their tropical clothing, though bringing colour to British farm work, will of course give place to garments more suited to their occupation and our climate. I ’ holo, Fox (Printed in .Kurland and published every alternate Friday by the Proprietors, TUB AmaWiahatbd, PKRSS. Ltd .,The .,1'Jeet.way House i£avoii:<iP.il Sfcteft.,1 - idon. K .t'.l. Reijisfered for. transmission by Canadian Magazine ]*ost. Sole Agents for Australia and New Zealand :Messrs (Jordon » V (Jo eh, Ltd. :and lor .Sjutli Africa: (.entral .\ews Agency, Ltd.— December 6 , l'.lKi. S.S. Editorial Address: john carp enter house ,white friars .lon con.e c .4.