This is the great favorite with the mass of English apple eaters. Our Newtown Pippin is also popular. As a general rule the Ribstone Pippin does not do well in our country. No doubt there are special localities where it might do as well as in the Old World. If only some one could find out this place, and grow them largely with a view to export the fruit, a fortune would follow the effort no doubt.

The value of the apples sent from America to England last year is given as $3,500,000, of which Canada furnished $451,000.