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THE SPORT OF KINGS VICTORIAN RACING : NEWS AND NOTES Women and Betting. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

THE SPORT OF KINGS ICTORIAN RACING NEWS AND NOTES IJr "OB.SERVI .E ',yomcen atnd Betting. This old controversy has cropped ;gp again. Oine or.two of the racing clubs lhu e recently had complaints 'from s : ource or other that book rakcr:, j',ve been taking bets fromn Inen iii the 'racecourlse. tt does 'not s:'l! s if this question will ever comple~tel (lie out, and it certainly cli,?s ,) ~le a case of "much atldo about 0nothinlg." The women who bet will gt their ioneIy oni :Somel way or other, ;:ud it they dh not Imake Lheir own htII they will easily get someone dc to make them. Although this 'ribe i: not wholeheartedly in favour f, wonmcli being allowed to bet openly he c:noillt, advance any very logical reai:onsl against it-just prejudice, pcrh"ips. But it certainly would be much better to have betting bly wo nmen hIllised than to have it going on Sohbviou.: ly Saturday after Satur ty au'1 z:.lingt the law "look . a greater : than it really is." Many boo''.. r; will take money fro...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

flOUSE-HOLD HIN'J2S. A yolk of egg will keep fresh for several days if a little cold water is poured over it. Basins in which anythin" f; made with flour has been mixed should be put to soak in cold water. Remember beef loses only ^oz, to the pound in baking, 4oz. in boiling, and 5oz. in roasting. To prevent greens. from smelling while cooking, put a piece of dry toast tied in a muslin bag' in the water. A deal table rubbed over with a lemon, left to dry, and then scrubbed with sand will be snowy white. If eggs you are about to boil are cracked, add a little vinegar to the water, and they can be boiled as satis factorily as undamaged ones. Take great care of the milk; un- less you have a very cool place to keep it, boil it as soon as it arrives. Keelp it covered with a clean muslin cloth. Don't throw bones that have . ,)en boiled for soup into the dustbin. Put them at the back of the fire, bank ur. with well-damped small coal, and they will burn for hours. If you want a cake to keep...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE COURT NEWS. THE SUNSHINE MOTOR ACCIDENT. Driver of Gig Exonerated. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

POLICE COURT NEWS. 'ITHEI SUNSHIINE MOTOR ACCIDENT. l)river of Gig Exonerated. ,lhrs. Winifred I)avis was summoned before the Sunshine Court of Petty Sessions (M11r. Macnamara, P.M., pre siding) charged with driving a horse and jinrker on the wrong side of the road. Etdmuniil Garrett, motor bus pro. prietor, residing at 3Braybrook, said: --1 remeniher the morning of 15th September. 1 was driving a bus from Footscray to Sunshine loaded with men for McKay's works. I met a lady o;posite the conner of Hamp shire road,, who cut the corner olff turning into Blallarat road. Owing to ha~'inlg to dodge defendant he had to go to the side of-the road, and the bus capsized through the rear wheel going into a pothole in the road. Richard McKenna, furnaceman, em ployel at McKay's Harvester Works, said he was a passenger on the bus. tie noticed a vehicle coming towards the bus. It was travelling on the crown of the road as far as he could see. ''he gig driver had apparently crossed the road, and w...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TEETH [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

' 'li' I , i' i,; That our Ieetli are becoming pro grossively srwiibr ' llI fewer is made nanifest by a sIudy ot human ja\ws runnling Iblcl: II }tough the cenlt.uries to the earlie-t lhitIric Ltimes, 6000 years ago, aui (on l tll those of pro historic people w?h\ce bones have been dug up. 'lTh they are grow ing less durable i:; shown by their extreme liability to decay. The ten dency to a redwl ion in the number of teeth is shown y 11the departure of the third molar.. These wisdom teeth." as they auree clled, four in number, are in many individuals missing or underslz-ed and irregular; or they may, in other instances, fail to "erulpt." Evidelitly they are des Iinell to disappear enltirely. And be: 'cause Ihey are no longer required for use Nature is notIaing them of such poor material that comnmonly they start to dlecry as soon as they appepar. Already there are- signs that othcil tI thl , l uciih a the lateral incisors, will follow the same route. Our teeth are merely tools. They a...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSEWORK AS PHYSICAL CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

IU(I- h,1'\V IU( AS 1'IIYSICAL Cu I/'Ll hviE. '!'heel is no hint; liike Ihouisework f'or It i l CUltureC. II I lie vairious LciiilJJ('\ iii(Vemenlicil Jn (riirtedl by the 11111(: ,1i1? 1( Ii. tlci. of S ll(5 during I'll(' I 000210 ilo (voluilioii5 aincidn~tal to 1ihoIisPXwo0rkI, We have (IIi admtiratble" Systeli of gyul 14;i.ics 1 u 415iilLaily ad(1 allied to the, needs of o liee i. A cci" 811n ainoniiii u of exel jac" wici arousse: iiid ini erest a the nlie8 I al lacllt~ie lhile occuipyiig t(le a i iviteni of thi· laie fly oigtaii:; is uce~tSsai"y to leiall h Saiid houlisew k unlal(llii((1y comph ie wvithi both of those rudlitions. 1t: manoy a househlmd Ir eniaugle ers tali' (hirit share of ii' Jigliter bramnchies of I l(e; work, hit llain 11.113, a llny a o h . e-t:1 Ii:cttneIt u ie iu"> i;< considcered undit; lillieu, loio h ish ; p: 1 j ,it(eiii, inilud 1) 5( nitakiuug ;i 1)1r1. ant o f I(" woilienfoli: leave Il( 1( "r (de 1(11(1;, While thecy auilose ((emn:( re= a...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SEDENTARY LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

51F1_)1 N 'l'A I fl' 141 l' T1h1 ill-effeits 01 ii Sedenltaliy life fIl1utlgf1 nUol tO lIiifn'liiatI OI1 child Iihoodt,, ; nflU Ifi:!j tcitiiiir and mlorel last ir lhail ii 111101 ye~is. "Statisti~tc: sti)t jlain ly tha t (1 Ly families (lie o ti aiinl ale cniis tif II relplacedi by 1111 lIeIri Stuck liuiu tilt couniitry. TheD Stet:ictii ul is 01l Itooi ill tw V0words5-ni aind ux ie . 'I ht JIn ttlnlei of clviii" sutI iii is liagely ininov ro otain tlhese 1 Oi l~t5jfi\gs aiiind 11 ilie saie tfine foijow iiirii wfhiut" ;el true to tl~oi~u lwho live iii Srite.-. lll il lnde Gerellale U tittd: tltt Vt1 I fnrlte (in the ("~iI hilliins 111 'lit "1)1iti tinlflIg school l ife than tn ,1 til-iillted m~inds. Not lieeiti o0 t-l1I'lliiiiWe Wliethii' theI: (Ofiilititt.' :Il ally school are adralltel to lfiniit Itii rahe ithanlmi to vitiate the ll00ll Ii of thle lluillIs.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALTH IN THE HOME. SIMPLE REMEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

iIEALTII IN TIIE HOMIE. SIMPLE I,; \ DIES. Numerous curlous and rlaiculou superstitions as to methods of pr( venting disease were bellovod 1 years ago, and are not altogether ea tinct even to-day. Much ancient fait) clustered about the nmandrako root which was carved in the fourm of s doll, dressed in line clothes, and kep in a box or collin concealed in somi corner of the house. Each month i was, washed In wine and water a freshly garbed. Another universa. cure was to carry a piece of O listle toi: which had been (ut from a tret L.v a golden sickle and caught in ; i hite vessel as it full.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

King's Villa Fibrous Plaster Sheets Including Cornices, Strips, Centres and Vents --Manufactured by A.eo WILLIAMSON Ceelo g Road, opposite Ormond Road, West Footscray Phone Footscray 875I Hours': 10 to 1, and 2 to 6 daily also Tuesday Night, 7 to 8 Friday Night, 7 to 10 Telephone Footscray 235M H+ B. Bissell Optician Eyesight Specialist 153 Barkly Street, Footscray You will receive my own personanl ttch~?ti?Bt - S Satisfaction, uaranteed ... !!i : .; „*,* :;' . :·;;" , * ·; · . a·, - ,-. * .. : ,-k:* ' **l t ii '* If you want a house of your own Why hesitate ? I can arrange finance. Your land or a small deposit is all that you require. Ordinary rent pays principal and interest. Plans and Estimates Free of Cost. Materials and Workmtanship Guaranteed N . :LOADER; Builder & Contractor, 13 Beavis-st.,. Elsternwick. and at Sydney Street, Sunshine ........ ........ .....a *I,,t W 3. , m en . "40.. 9 s...,.e.. uYssW·Iss'*

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BRAYBROOK COUNCIL Monday, 13th October. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

BRAYBROOK COUNCIL Mlond(yL3, 13Lh October. lPrj.esent--Crri. U. . McKay ('resident), Scott, Skeivwes, lDelpsteri, Pridllhali, {&Lavelihall, Glendenning,, ''illurin, andl Pennell. From A. D. Solomon, complaining of his property on the Hertford Es tate being flooded, owing to the bad draining crossing at Ballarat road. He had cancelled building arrangements owing to flooded nature of land.-AI .ready dealt with. From C. J. Spong, stating he was repairing a broken service pipe in Raleigh road, opposite Clyde street, and. asking council to cover same with metal to prevent further breaking. Work to be done. From Les. Libbis, applying for per mission to erect garage notice board on electric pole opposite National Bhnk.-Granted, subject to engineer's approval. From secretary Braybrook Progress Association, asking for pitched chan nel at corner of Hampshire road, at Lynch's, to be removed and the road built up to level of Ballarat road. Cr. Pridham moved that the engineer report on t...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVICE TO YOUNG WIVES [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

ADVICEh TO YOUNG \\VIVES That necessitlis j houi!:i, bi h ;el e ,t before dlocorative articles of furni lure. That It is not wise to provide Ito, many pots, kettles, and pans when furnishiing a kitchen. That it Is always decidedly cheapvr In the end to buy only good carpe(;: and good furni ure. That, no miller how lilly Ih, ii. come, a smalll ru1In1 should be nt aside regularly for; lhe proverbial rainy day. That a simple dinner. well served, is decidedly more enjoyabth than ail elaborate dinner poorly .(erva\'d. That a ipractical ]hiow\io(lge of "economy of good coolkery" will be absolutely necessar'y for l he youngn housewife, 110 inl 1 oer how moeIn l "help" she can affort to kI hp. That all I)lls for market in1 should be paid weekly, or. betIter still when the articles are Ioltglht. That, with 'are and economlly, emall amount of money will do won ders. That it 1i important to be system atic in looking after the leftovers. That all cold vegetables and scrap.s of meat may be used ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

INTERESTING ITEMS. A hutter ly's eye has been adaptec ps a pho o~graphic lens by an Aus :ti:.n scientist. Verses of poetry are often inscribcd oi 'lodern manicure sets, to nalke them more attractive. 'lhe ftm::le Psyche moth, found in .\;g ntina, never leaves her home, nhich she constructs of twigs and :.r .s round :het; soft body. I'" rfimecs to-day must be much ;,'or:, s'ilfully blended than even a few years..ago; the cruder oamts have altogether lost popularity. Operating a switchboard in a bnsy telephone exchange is so great a slr;:in that few girls can stand it for as long as eight years. An aeroplane with a saloon for 2: passengers has been designed withl the whole body enclosed in the wings so that it is all lifting surface. Tortoises are very tenacious of life; one of these animals existed, appar ently quite unconcerned, for 8 months after its brain was removed. ('ambling on rainfall is popular in India, where paid watchers keep a look-out for rainclouds and give warning to ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

Be a Co-operator, and share in the Profits upon your own Purchases. You are invited to join the local Co-operative Store Anderson Street, Sunshine by taking a minimum of 5 shares 2/- entrance fee Every six months profits are divided. Groceries and Household Ironmongery Kitchen Furnishings V. W. BENN Devonshire: Road, Sunshine Spring and Summer Dress Materials Just Opened Out by G. PENROSE Crepes in Pink, Hello, Pale Blue, Apricot, is. yard Ginghams, assorted checks, double width, 1/3 yard Marocains, cotton, 1,/3 yard Plain Zephyrs, 1/3 yard ? Striped Fuji, 4/3, double width Fuji, plain, 3/11 and4/6 yard - Dainty Range of Fancy Voiles. Special Line of Tan Art. Silk Ankle Hose, 1 3 pair Sun Buildings, Sunshine Have You a Camera ? Kodak Time is all the, time. Spring is here and Summer will be here in a few short weeks Full range of Cameras in stock from 11/3 All Kodak supplies in stock Films developed and printed at Kodak Prices Keith R. McDonald, M.P.S. Pharmaceutical Chemist :: Hamps...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BEAUTY'S TEN COMMANDMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

DEAUTY'S TE'N C(.M1AND.MNT" Ilhere are M ada noo Lin (.avalier'' Lou conillitandnuaii. ti i an?'y: 1 If your ulitrror It.l:l you thn.t , loot. ill, rest. 2. If you wish to hlove fine uha' wash your l1hi0i onc ('(: al 'k. :3. If you d '?iceii koie.lp your olll '; young, massage It he i.ne from ;i t'outrlls' to the corneirs of Ihie nll llllh. 4. If the oval of your fat i to I o " kept young, the chin line miusi very sharply defined. 5. If the nose is to rennaln xshapr':, massage it flrequently. 9. If you would avoid a d(ouhbl chi n marks which ofltn tomix with mbHixi'l age, apply hot colllllp. .s t Ihl patches. 7. If y3ou woulill kloep rOvws' ft.r"i :lt bay, hathe the skin abo;Iut tii eye: with Water as hl,l. as you can Ihear it whenever you wxasi: your iice. 8. If you want, bright etcyes, i;l: them in rose-waler.. 9. If you would alv\oid a d(1o?le c(hi:: sleep with the head low\--'ihe low(we the better. 10. If your skiin is dry and yo: would lcfr' sh ii , l:,ii it a; oflllen ;Ia. pos...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LANGUAGE OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

LANGUAGE OF THE SEA. The origin of many sea terms is unknown to most people. For in stance take the ,word admiral. Many of us think of it as a purely English word; Its origin, however, is "Emit of Bagh," Arabic for "Lord of the Sea." "Captain" comes direct from the Latin "caput," a head ; while "m, te" Is derived from the Iceladic "matl," which means a companion, or equal. At first the coiswain was the man who pulled the after-oar of, the cap tain's boat, then known as a cock boat, "Cock-boat" is a corruption of coracle, a snall round boat used for fishing. Cornmmodore is from the Italian "commendatore," or corn mander, and naval cadet was origin ally the. French "capdet," which has the same origin as captain. We often hear "Davy Jones" men tioned, but there never was such . person., The original term was "ihtu fy ,Jones's loc?:K r," Duffy is the West Indian term for spirit or ghost. "Dog watch" comes from "dodge" watch. This "dodge" is to enabhl the men to avoid beink on duty every...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SPORT OF KINGS Racing News and Notes Racing Under a "Nom de Plume." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

THE SPORT OF KINGS -4- Racing News and Notes By "Observer." Itacing under a "Nom de Plume." Why does a man race under a nom de plume? What disgrace or deter rent is it to a man's professional or business career to be associated under his own name with the honoured sport of racing, which has been dubbed from time immemorial as "The Sport of Kings"? If His Majesty the King can race under his own name, without camouflage, why cannot the best or worst of his subjects do likewise? The big joke about a good deal of this nom de plume business is that the identity of the sportsman is generally well known to the cognos centi, and always to the newspaper men, who vaguely hint at whom ho is nearly every time they mention his name or refer to the horse. Rac ing under a nom de plume is not any thing like as prevalent as it used to be, and the practice is slowly dying out. Nevertheless, it is dying hard, and within the last week or two there have been a couple of new nom de plumes crop up, which ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATTERS FEMININE. THE TOO SMART HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

THIlE Too SMART HAT. How can a hat be oo onlzart? Thu ordinary girl will laugh at tlhe very idea. Nevertheless, it ia cquit,' possible that a lnat--or gown, for that: mattor-though perfcetly suitted to thr .occasion, and all thal t is o t :: '"hii may yet bu "too .:mart!" 'T.ho brilliant, vivhily coloured, d ing sort of girl can hardly chiow,( tm, 'smart" a hat; bu" her hat will ;ti,. lutely kill the quit.Ur charm l of Il tum ',;k-c'- e ,I, sun il t, : i ,, l i i, , The conutrast i? to~ grealt: n;iy t; hat is noliced, a;:: d thte 1-i; , ,. gentlo prettinems rw"i;n ins. onI ,rn. Fiind out your owln Itrt: it?l;, r ,i iy], and then choos€e yiour halt; l] otlih. clothes to tone vi'ii it. .J,. - a cotnDoHlt[on in alol i,- is tbuilt r,i o4)IJe ce ,ntr. al ith r ,,", 1, I . o r rio3f:; o ? dress-: shoidi :ll r ho e,1 l': I i ; Itzonise with the :".';l:rtr't s p, ;- I ?,; 'i: So Inow yolI k(w, '.!vh Ihy It l' rl " oa faced girl Ian!:: so 5wef in a h. of quakeri:h. intiilictit. while ill sla...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

Second Instalment of Serial Story starts in this Issue Be Suited with a SUIT to Suit You. Blue Twill Suits from £6 15s. Australian Suit ings a feature of a large and varied stock LADIES' WORK a Speciality R;ing Footscray 84 and we will forward Iratterns SCOVELL and SPURLING Pty. Ltd. "The Good Value Tailors" Footscray & Willlamstown J. Ward Symons The leading Photographer Specialises in Artistic Wedding & Family Groups Our Child Studies are well known. Studio: 147 HOPKINS STREET FOOTSCRAY Phone Appointment F'scray 7!97 '**- *****-*- ---U- Frank Davidson CATERER 147 NICHOLSON STREET FOOTSCRAY Phone Footscray 741 WALTER A. WARNE MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD By the World's Most Famous Artists Udertaker . GRAMOPHONES, PIANOS, BANJO MANDOLINS And all kinds of Musical Instruments. - Easy Trerms Arranged. Phone F'cray 322 238240 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY Wholesale Tobacconist Branch: Birmingham Street, Yarraville 7 lI-.I: A I L39.41 ANDERSON STREET ph: ones·'s9 and M685 ' Motor o...

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Council to Meet at Night [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

Council to Meet at Night Another mrilestone has been passed in hie history of our local council, which, having emerged from its bush :olitude, is gr'rdu ally taking on the "airs and graces of its city cousins. On Monday it dlecided to hold its meetinrgs in fluturie at night. The mrL ,jority in its Iiavour' comprised Crs. lempster, Skeiwes, R.avenhall, Scott' and 1'ridhainl, who outvoted C"rs. McKay, Tillhurn, Pennell and Glett denning'. ;ul)sequenrtly it was de cided thut tie hour of mineeting should ihe '1.,'0. '1 he ellect of the chang'e, no doubt, will be to liven up busi ness, as ('ctiuncillors will not be anixious to I, kept away from their colmfortable homes after 10 p.m. i'r. I)enll, st)~lr' moved that the coun cil meet in the evening, and Cr. l'rid hunt seconded. Cr. Tilburn objected to the change, anrd said thie only justification for night work wals that which necessi tate(d coltinuos pIroicesses. lie It)ought it. woulld plri'clude arme'rllles lrom sitting at the couincil ...

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MASTER OF ALL. COPYRIGHT. (Published by Special Arrangement.) CHAPTER II.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

I|Y . E. ALMAZ STOUT, Author of "Copper under the Gold," &c. CO PYVR1IGI- IT. (Publihed'l by Slpecial Arral'geniinl I..) CHA PT'l'E I t[.-~(Continllel ) "Of ',ourse you canniot' live on that," he :said, "'but you will douibt less find sinre way of su)ppll enitiing y-our in.'iwce, and until you have de cided what you want to do, our home °yours.'' -a? -ney had never really appre ted Ernest Graham before. She hlld s?rays thought her bonnic, cheery friend wasted on the somiewhat dried op and insignificant-looking little man. She liit not yet leatrneil iwhatt rocks of strengthi and iuldersltanding syIn pathy ev":n insignificant little iiein can be. She held out her hand inplulsively, very unlike her usuatlly reser\'ed self. "I don't know how to thlai k you," she said. Ithe tears springing Ito hier eyes for ahlo't the first timne sin ice she haid watchied her fatlher's life flick er away. "'l'hati's all right, my dear,''" lie .said, pa:tting her hand gently. "lMng gie loves havin...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Harvester Works Visited [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

Harvester Works Visited On Wednesday a very interesting local function took place in Sunshine, when a visit of inspection was paid to H. V. MclKay's Sunshine Harvester Works by the members of the MIl bourne Chaimbr of Commerce, who atWended to the nunmbir of between 200 and Y300, conveyed to the town by a special eke riu train. Upon arrival at the railway station the large party was met by tie Harvester Scotch Pipe lha.ied, which gave a royal welcome to the visitors, and fairly escorted them along the street to the works, where t.ley were welcomed by Mr. Ti. V. McKay, ilMr. S. McKay, and other di re~ctors of the works. An immediate :uiljuurlnment was made to the show room, where a light luncheon was ;c'n to the visitors. The tables were L:,id, alnd( the luncheon prepared by Mrs. Aird, of the ]Blair Athol Coffee 1';:lace, who transfornwtd the im iiwense space of the show roomi i.inty aL cleg'ant apartment by means of' an exiensive linen covered expanse of cdining tables, tastefully o...

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