O. A. C. Review Volume XVII Issue 3, December 1904
This Christmas issue continues the article on the Russo-Japanese War. Student articles pertain to a student's travels through England, the study of agricultural economics, and Canadian poetry. Professor Zavitz contributes an article on European and North American agricultural colleges. Professor Reynolds writes of his experimental shipment of fruit to Winnipeg using cold storage. Other agricultural articles are regarding beneficial winter birds and Christmas markets for beef, poultry, and swine. Horticultural articles address the beauty of farms, cultivation of chrysanthemums, and a review of the Provincial Fruit, Flower and Honey Show. The Macdonald Institute column reports on the completion of the Macdonald Institute and students who attended the World's Fair in St. Louis. Campus articles report the activities of the Ontario Agricultural and Experimental Union, the Literary Society's mock parliament, students who won prizes at the Winter Fair, and athletic activities. Alumni news is available in the Our Old Boys column and features the tenth anniversary of the freshman class of 1894.