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Houses Without Nails. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Houses Without Nails. In .Alberta, Canada,; there is a vit iligo of houses. Which have been con structed 'Without, nails. As «. inat terof fact, little or no hardware- of any . character . . lias /.. entered < into their .construction. These houses have 'beon built by; Uu then inn - lumu .grauts, : i iiml Uu'ir'architecture is qUite novel. Then* first attempts at- ;house-building . are usually of "the kind they lmd been accustomed to over in Europe,. and their- build ings arc of - the.: typical Jlutheniau style-log1,, pitch-roofed, thatched, and wide in; the ca ves. .In niany; cases those buildings are put up without «-a dollar's' worth of ^hard ware. TJven the door, an alTah* of slender twigs.woven and lacod to i gather, swings, on home-made hin ges' and is latched ^ with a wooden hasp. The door is of hewn logs, un I muled. The roof, as tho favourite I Russian roof- always is, is a* won i drrful fabric of poles and cross poles, through and o^ci which has .been \vo^ on wh...

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To Disinfect a Cowshed. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

To Disinfect a Cowshed. It is Always good practice where; a contagion* disease or any kind has pnmcd acc4*s to-the herd to .dis-; ?iniect . the entire stable. In fact,, this is often imperative if it I* de sired s tp -stamp out the disease., . Disinfection is absolutely necessary .where tuberculosis ,1ms gabled nc-; cess, to the herd. 'Bulletin J.2U of the .Pennsylvania State College, atf Agnctiltnro recently published gives ii plan -for disinfecting", the stables which «.is ' valuable :for this . as well as for some -other ;!... .noniove -all ' i^nnurc.v, ;Utt«r; ldosu . dirt, loose,' rotten iboards.and: w rape the flooi clean* I 2. S.wefjp tlie nelUugs uud .wallsifrco; from .cobwebs, *.dust .iind . dirt. .4 :. .. M. 'Wash - the feed 'boxes,, lnung'ers.o hnilw. and partitions with hot^w'fttor' contmmng > enough lye ;or ,wi\shlii{? powder, - to cut .the dirt, i Scrub^uU thv!R« ;obievits: >vlRovo«siy .; >viUv- a stiff brush. r 4. 'Sprny. the .walls; vCOihngs and .floors ' Wi...

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THE GARDEN. INFLUENCE OF CROSSING ON YIELD OF TOMATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

THE GARDEN. INFLUENCE OP GIIOSSING ON YIELD OF TOMATOES. - Iu regard to the. experiments . with tomatoes at the New York Agricul-' tural Experimental station,: Mr. Wei- i lington tins found thut u crop of hy brid plants of the : first generation give a larger yield than; either of the parental forms, or of ,the succeeding ' generations ufter the "break." The results suggest and seem to warrant > the use of lirst generation seed only ; if tho main object he. the production of a heavy crop. Of course, it en tails all the extra enre and trouble that artificial fertilisation means < but Tomato fruits, as a. rule, pro-' dnue a large number of seeds, which, so far, is some compensation nirainst the extra trouble. Torfiato seeds re-1 tain their vitality, it is^ said, for j from three to seven years.; therefore i it would only be absolutely neccs-1 aary for seed-growers to- raise every 1 third year a sufficient' quantity to covcr the needs of a three-year salo^j It would appea...

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CHAPTER XXII. A NEW ACQUAINTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

(II-IAJ'TEU XXII. A NEW' ACQUAINTANCE. it is little .wonuer time DICK way surprised by this unexpected and ;benutifiil revelation. Tho gateway :;had kept its ^secret well, appearing, £uiitil\ the last moment to lead only Jto a tiny; rock-girt harbour; But, on the . contrary, here was aMagoon of placid "silvery;., water, stretching: in b'otlr directions until its noble sweep was hidden by tho curvc of its shores. It was no more than n quarter of a milo wide, and. so deep and clear that one could see perfoct roflcr.tiono of* the natural bulwarks that confin ed it-the lofty rim of clills on tho seaward side; and the parallel and opposite-lying frontage of the island, proper. Dick's eyes sparkled as he gazed, and a spell of enchantment held him tongue-tied. Before him tho fortress Avail towered proudly, the smoking guns still, peering from the square hoIes;v!> Over tho top of the. parapet manyrbeadsr wero visible, and higher in air'swarmed birds that had boon disturbed by the thunder...

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WHAT WE WASH WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

WHAT WIS;-WASH, WITH. Ojio of the few invention* thai are not ascribed to foreign ingenuity?» is that common household article soap; It Ib sulci that the. ancient -Uritons \vore tho first makers of soap, and; that-the Homntis, when >they eon? ((tiered' Ku^and took the invention hack with them to-Itnly. ? Most of what we. wash with ismmlo from fat, but abroad; there are natu-. i'al soaps. Thore is the Boap;root of Spain,..the soap-berry of.Chili, andr the hark of the Peruvian soap-tree.' At a little town in Mexico, soap, ac tually lake« the place of copper coin age f In another part of the same .South American Republic the inhabi tants.eat soap, finding much nourish? me-nt therein. ' Tho French term for soap, "navon" by th« way, owes its origin to the town of Savo^a, ill Frnjicc,. \yhero vast quantities of the material wore formcrlj manufactured. , 1934,, Dip brooms In boiling soap-sudft for a fow minutes weekly, and they will last much longer than they otter wi»# do. iptiy

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BRANDING OF HIDES. OUR PRESENT WASTEFUL METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

BRANDING OF HIDES. OUIt riUOSBNT WAHT1CKUI, METHODS. j The jjreat waste of-money, cntailoii , by oifr' present method of branding | cuttle in a, subject which periodically crops up in-the newspapers and lea ther trade, journals. It ueyer ap pears, bowevor, to get. past; this stage, for the. same injurious method of applying hot irons to'thc best part of an animal's .hide still , con tinues. In this connection it is point-. e<l out bj the English Farmers* ^Fed eration that the difference iri^prlce of leather, were it not hr'andoa, ;,i8 probably 3d. to 4d. per lb. -Then, again, hides, if not branded, would,fetch. Id. per lb,, more, and;,as these hides weiftb from(l60lb., to-8pU>. . tli'c difference in value is vory^ap ' preciable. The. Federation advocates, cither an alteration of the method of; branding,. or*-that the, anlnrals * b~e .branded with, smaller; brands,; on the cheeks,, ears, or ' flank-not., on tKe rump, or the; back, as is at. present nearly, always done. ...

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How to Double the Production of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

How to Double the Pro duction of Mrlk. Ia the pooling ot milk and hui.ti ling of a milk herd the yield of any one cow is immediately lost Bight of. "There is no permanent, tangible or vlsiblo bulk or weight," according to Mr, Whitley, who has charge of this work in Canada. Poured into the weigh-can, the milk of one cow loses St* identity in the gt-neral total. Ileing a fluid, it is indistinguishable by its shape*, or colour, and thus is radically dif ferent from other farm produ.Jtfl< th« fat steer, the plump, chicken, lus cious berries or ripe grain, The yield of the individual covv #i,ust be noted and recorded At the moment of her milking; then at the end of the .season intelligent action ran be taken in selection. Thus will be seen the value of recordn : t hey we indisputable ; Lftey are simply kept, cost only a trifle, and their wine Increases ns tUe$' arc continuous. Their use inust appeal to ev/»ry dairyman as being of immense and immediate benefit, . It would bo pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Eiine Stales «f£ca St, Broken HiU,N.S.W. wbo KM « vut experience in (ever . and operating cases, and'duringher pro (erftotuil career has been a^ociated with eome of ABEIiMDE'S LEADING SURGEONS pv« her opinion, after close observation, .of the .U'cnglKening powers of CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " For months I have read the testimonies of nurses in the papers, expressing their opinion-of the valu able medicine, Clements Tonic, "I qualified for the pro* fe^Sion over 40 years ago, and in earlier days I was SModaicd - with eome . of .Adelaide's cleverest sur gcorrt., Until 12 years ago 1 nursed in :South Aus* tralia, and am at -present on- the Barrier .Fields. 'I have had great experi ence, and can endorse the - testimonies of the nurses 1 have read. 1 -have closely noted the -effect of .tpedidnes upon my patients, and years ago was satisfied Clements ' Tonic had no equal. I oip still of that opinion. Use ? . this .as you wiph. (Signed) NURSE MENZIES." Brbkttt Hili. 24/1/13. JfoettmtU of origin...

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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Court Fixtures. The following are the Police Maeis frate's days of attendance at llu* courts of this part of the Cnstlemaiue District Lancefield-Wednesdays, 11 a.m. January 21, February 16, Mnroh 18 April )5, Muv 20, Jnfie 17. Korasey- Wednesdays, 2.30 p,m. | on same dates as LanceHold. I Woodend-Mondays, 3 p m. Jnn- | nury 12 arid 26 J February 0 and £3;! March 9 and 23 April ; 27 » May. J1 and 25. and June 23. j Kynefon-Tnpsdays, tO.a.ra, Jan nary 6, 13, and -27 { Febrnary .3, 10, and'24, Match 3, 10, and 31 ; April 7 and 28: May 5, 12, mid £0 ; and June 2, 9, 23, and 30, Liecnsint: Conrts will bo held ns follows Lancefield district (held at Romrey)--January 21, February IS, March 18, April J5, May 20, and June 17. , ? Kjlaetoji-January 6, Febrnary 3, < Marcb 3, April 7, May 5, and J'mo

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Queer Maltese Customs. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Queer Maltese Customs. | The people of Malta arc a very quaint race, ami tho greatest part of thotr present-day -customs is .procticolly the-same ae some hun dreds of years ago. Take, for in-; .etanco, their methods uf harvest ing. Instead of-cutting the corn as lit : England, they kneel down; to .their task, and, taking aold of .a . bunch of wheat, pull it out by the . roots, so one vnevcr sees a field of -stubble. Tho corn is then taken to a corner of the field .where there is a smooth' circular patch of stonoG. usually -about -twenty feet radius, is spread ov«r it to a ciepth ot eighteen inches or ho, and. trampled on by «oxen, .^a -small boy usually leading them by a-rope. 'When thy process of < threshing is complete, tho straw ;is. forked a.wny and the grain swept-up -for the..mill. Another curious * custom *they have which is qirite -laughable to the stranger, and > thai is the way *«?>! watering the roads. iThe water .cart consists of a 'light kind vehiclo (d...

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CHAPTER XXI. THE END OF THE VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

GHAETER XXI. THE END OP THE VOYAGK.' Dick's hands trembled-a little mid his heart throbbed . with quickening strokes us lie gazed steadily ahead. But his curiosity was only increased, not gratified. The mystery' was a mystery still, though very close in deed did the glasses bring thtft groy patch on the bosom of the soa.. "Well, what ? do you think of it i" Captain Gore asked. "What do you make out ?'* "First, a line of surf,", answered Dick, "and after tnat another lino marked by bigger and more violent breakers. Thon an Island ' like one great rock, rising sheer from the water. I should say that It was round - in formation and perhaps eight or ten miles in diameter." "Good ! And is tnat all you sec?" "No; thcro is a poiatcd object visible above the top of the island, but I can't make out what it in. I tbiuk it is a considerable distauco back, aud it may be a pinnacle of stone." "Anything else ?" "Nothing elso," said Dick, taking a long look 'before he replied ; "un less you mean. ...

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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART [?]. CHAPTER XX. AFTER MANY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

(All Rlgbta R«8«rved.) I the - . Secret Island. Story - of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. Ily W. Murray Gray don, Author of "Matthow Quin," "Tho Ourso of the Oardctos," etc., etc. PART CHAPTER XX. AFTER MANY DAYS. But tho young Englishman found none-Mary Ferris excepted-to share his melancholy that morning. From end to end of tho cruiser nil wos ex citement and eagerness, light-hearted laughter and jesting. Home was In slglit-^a haven of refuge and rest. Groups of men picturesque in cool, white clothing, stood looking for wnril from tho bulwarks. The officers moved about with smiling faces, Ja son Gore conspicuous among thom in Iresh linen'and a new suit of bluo serge, aid with the benignant expres sion of a man . who would not will ingly harm a fly. The-gap of tho past six wo.eks^,»n : eventful though It won.- I"'1"'"® a brief mention.-"** '°S that had blot-] ted the ^wo American men-of war lasted nil night, the. cruiser steaming through it ' ab reckless speed, and in thlf morni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

'MANY A SLfiEPLESS NIGHT, '** Nothing gives me trore pleasure th»o to ! *ecom»>«nd 1Ohamborl&iti*a Cough Itomedy to all o! my customers," saya Mr* Alloa Morrison, Cr. of Curv and FiUgeratd Streety, Perth W.A. 41 M.y ohiklreQ was "ouhjeoc to bad colds with difficult breathiag .ad I had many a sleepless night with them till I triod ('hambor'atn'a Cough Remedy, flow 1 would not be without a bottle for any .toiouoy. If my chtldcvu get a alighl cold I igivtj thnju a dose and jthe cold i» uo more, .old. by all chemist atid btarekoeputti u -A comtemporary advertises pure eggs". This is the age of snaqa, margarine, and adultera tion, but the retailer who. could adulterate an egg would get the tnilJt out of a cocoanut without Piercing the ohfelL A GROCER'S RECOMMENDATION. u OFor the past twenty yearol" writes Mr R. Harrison, Grocer, Parramtttta Rd. and Catherine St., Lcichhardt, N S, W. *. t lmva been ft ^ufierer from 'Diarrhoea, nnd al together I have tried various prescription, ...

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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

Markets. MELBOURNE OR\IN MARKET. Melbourne*, Tuo<f1&y. The Otppal^nd nnd Northern Co-operative to- '."l- rooort na fallow* Wlmnt-K.nq, 3a <>,V; ^medium quality 'Twi'-Slillini.-.U Hd I 'T1, '« 9a to Is DM . ttertium. Is 7"4«1 la 8ri B *rl«y Wit h the exception of a fuw sales of choice quality, tberu is.nothing at all <lo«rii' i» thi« '. Much easier durlngjtue past week, 3i to t nnw t'»p. 1'otfttoea - This market remains fairjj «rm ntul there is & Rood onquiry for prime Bvnl'lea. Onrmnns ftro scllfut; at £5 to £5 (I, ftn<i oec*pion*llv J25 10S for ohoicoloU; iJrownella 65to X5 6b. » Chuff-A poo.i <1oa1 bettor, primo oftteu' £3 fx; medium aooordingto sample. Onicnn-Heavy doJiverica have caused ^his market to weaken. To-rlny prime are worth Jib 15% ami occasionally £6 for ohoice.

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Springfield Shire Council. Friday April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

Springfield Shire Council. Friday .April 17. Present : Crfl. Clement (president) Stewart, McRne, McGregor, Good* man, Shanaban, and J no, and Jaa« Lowdoa, CORRESPONDENCE. From Publics Health Department asking that samples under the Food and Drugs Act bo forwarded re gularly, to prevent congestion ut tbo analysts* office. From Kilmore Shire Coancil nsking tho council's co-operatiou in a bridge over the Slab Hut Creek on the boundary road, Bylands, near Fitz gerald's,-The Secretary to write BBking the estimated cost of the bridge. From Municipal Association asking if the council intended to snbrnifc any motions for the anuual meeting, From Rating Reform League, a reminder that couuuils now had tbt opportunity of rating on uuimptoved laud valuet*. From Shire of Boech worth, circular ro recent deputation asking the Government to take action towards eradicating St. Johns1 Wort, From .the Treasury notif/ipg that £20 was uvnihible from licences. From Public Works Department returning voueh...

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WHY HAIR FALLS OUT. THE CAUSE—AND ITS PREVENTION. DR. N. DUCLAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

WHY HAIlt FALLS' OUT. TUB CAU3K-iND ITS I'llBVENTION. 1)B. N. DUUUUD. Your linit* f/illd out- wither because the root# shrivel up und die, or bucaunu (ho nealp retaxtw and loosed il.H bold U|ion tho hair root#. Thin i* almost- invariably duo to dandniff forms which ruh the hair of Us nutri tion, actually starving it to death. To stop falliinr hair and present. total or pnrtail baldnurta the dundrulf gorrn muni, brt dustroyed' Ifor ihtH ptirpotu*, phymuifine and hair HpuuialiHtn now invariably pvesoribu u lotion omupoBud of {drain iiitinilmhcryHliilH, 3 ounoen of bay rum. and one ounou of litvatm dc-uoinpoHc. Unit well into the aoalp with <bu finger tiprt, und «very dand ruff germ will bo daairnyud within two or tin on diiyn; Thulmirwili atop fallintf-oitt and buqin to glow af. an amazing rate, and hrililu anil Boaniy hair will quickly broonm Hul't, uloMny ami luxuriant. lb . vaults following tiio uhu of 'lii.M fu«mnla nru HO 'I'uiy romarkable that 1 Htrongly odvino every ...

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Fashion Notes. PATTERN FOR NEW BULGARIAN BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

Fashion Notes. ".'.EvcryWuly'a ' Journal " Pattern No. ISO, from " Bloneo OutlU," No. 32. Sta ble patterns, 9d. each, post irco, as <U« »crlbed below. PATTERN FOR NHJV BUL GARIAN BLOUSE. A very; up-to-date stylo of BitlparlAn btouHu, in black mid white chook nmturLtl, ? wiih while cloth unlfa and oollar, and white bono battonp. It Iookb wall, n!«,», in brown, \vit.h'collar, cnffa, and buttons of bnff or-clinmpiigno shnde. A ruliiiblo paper pattern miy bo obtained for this blouBit. Iti» No. 189 of :KveryhdyV Journal" Paper PuthTiirt, and it) cut iu three siees-htnall, tneiJinm.aml Urgo cut by ono of thu mi»Bt expuriunooridrrflBui'ikerrt io Australia, Thu single pattorn No. 189 may bo bought 9 jt nr tt HIousu Outlit, containing eijjht new Autumn Blouses and thiee frixiU, may bo hud for 2h 0d» Load ing drapon* overy whore stock 'ICverylady'fl JoUrnat' l'ntLomy and OutGtn, or either wdl ho Rent pout free if <M for Sitijjlo Pattern, or 2u Gd fur timuph'te (hitul, is...

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Main Roads Board. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

Main Roads Board. The clnssificatioL11 of thu roada in the \North-EuHtern district will bo | announced shortly by tbo Road Com missioners, On Tuesday (hoy in spected tho road8 in the Kilmore, 13roadford and Merriang shires. When this tour is completed tho commis sioners will have travelled over every principal highway between Melbourne and Wodotiga. In many places thoy found tbo main Sydim>»road urgontly in need of repair, aud it is understood that a considerable amount will have to bo expended on it by the board in construction and nmintoDanco work. When tho commissioners return from the Kilmoro district they will engage in the preparation of a plain indicat ing tho classification of thn roads. Negotiations will Ibon be opened up with the different, municipalities con cerned, whoso engineers iu consulta tion with tho board will draw up specifications of requirements. After these formalities have been observed, contract* will bo let and the work proceeded with. When tbo cemd comm...

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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

| LANCEFIELD EA1LWA1.1 MELBOURNE RO IARCEFIEWI. A.M. < Melbourne ,"dep. 6.40 Iiancefiold Junction atr.-8.14 dtp. 8,55' Bn'lmda § § Mcmegetta ... ... § § . Not th MonogeMa ; § § Roranoy ... ' 10.10' Laneafieid » . ... am 10.25 p.st. ? Mfllbourna ; dtp .42 Ltmcefisld Junction »rr 7.10dep 7.18 j Romiwy..., ... 82 LwneefieM . U. ... . mr 8.15 ? On' - Saturday^. tHja, train; loivoe Melbourne nt6.S0 and roaetuw EandB-; field at 93 p.m. LANClSf I'EMJ ,£o MEtWKJBJtE.., A.M. ' Lancefield " ... 4ep. 7.40 Romsey ... ... ...7.55 Lnncofidd JtraeWon arrS.2i] ilep 8.41 Melbourne... ... ... ...9.45 PM. Lancoficld " Sep. 5.0 RflinsBy ... ... 5:25 'Lancoficld 3 miction «rr. 6.11 MeibonroB . ... ",«rr. 7.27 ^Distance from Tjnncafield "Go Melbourne, 46j miles Height of Laaoefiald above the aca level, 1561 feet. LANCivriT:t/D RAILWAY. Fnrcs.-Lancctielri (o Melbourne-{ordin ary fares)-Int class -singlu 7s, return lis1; '2nd : sinuie 4s Sd, return ?s 6d. HoMay excursion fnrua (return): 1st -clf...

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Electric Lighting, [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

Electric Lighting, The Woodend Star says:-.'"The electric lighting scheme at Kilmore having been one of -those that were brought under notice when a similar installation wan advocated for Woudeud, it is of interest to note that the company in the town on the north eastern line is now evidently going Co make provision for the supply of electric current. where requiied and at. any hour. A much more powerful engine and plant have been ordered, mid will be installed a.s soon us pos sible after it arrives from England. In the meantime the power-house will be remodelled and brought up to a proper state to reeeivc the new plant. When these extensions ure completed and the additional plant in running order, it is estimated that Kilmore will i.r.'S'BH one of the best, plant* in the Victorian provinces. The Vrec Press states that the past. Hummer was a bad one, in a w.iy, for the cjm» pany. The long-continued dry and warm weather enabled people to re main outdoors during <bo evenin...

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