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Eustacie would be glad to know if radish would kill canaries; also if gas would hurt them?
Just below this lie the volcanic islands known as the Canaries, which are thought to be the Fortunate Isles of antiquity.
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After a time the canaries got to know her, and hopped gayly around their cages, and chirped and sang whenever they saw her coming.
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He said that when he grew up he was going to be a merchant, and he had already begun to carry on a trade in canaries and goldfish.
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He was not fond of having visitors coming to his room, because, he said, they frightened the canaries.
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Then his mother told him that she thought he was making a mistake in keeping his canaries so much to themselves.
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After the canaries were clean and comfortable, Miss Laura set their cages in the sun, and turned to the goldfish.
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So false a record as "the Canaries" has never been satisfactorily explained.
Pigeons and canaries live almost entirely on grains and seeds, but like a little green stuff occasionally.
OUR DOMESTIC BIRDSJOHN H. ROBINSON
The common wire bird cages used for one or two canaries are so well known that no description of them is necessary.
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