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Leaning Tower of Pisa. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 17 June 1914

Leaning Tower of Pisa. Hiere is n sketch of the famous leaning tower of Pisa, in Italy, which leans a little more than six feet in eighty. The. works of, this tower were hegnll inl 1174, and the strllcture was completed towards the middle of the fourteenth century.. Its height is 167ft. from a .base of I 1tft. inl circtlmference. T'he peculiarity of the inclination is not dlue t, tci',lnt but to the plan on which the archilltect constructed the tower. A ctlircuse of 2t1 stepi claduls to the tofp, from which point there is a splenlid view. On the third tier of the tower a feeling of vertigo attacks those ascending, and it is this jhich accounts for many suicides committed here.

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Discounting Racecourse Winnings. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 17 June 1914

Discounting Racecourse Winnings. -4----. .A curios kind of discount busineSs i, carried on in connection with the Ir,.t * "l'ari-Moutuel" systemr of bet ting on the racecourse. It should he explained that those who wish to bet on a French racecourse have to take a ticket for live, ten, or fifty franct at one of the offices of the "'Pari-3utuel." Each ticket is numbered, and the .nullber corres ponds with the number of the horse; so that, in asking for a ticket, one simply hsks for .No. So-and-So. ThLe names and numbers of the horses. as well as those of the joc keys, are shown on a large hoard pbefore ths start. After the start no more betting is allonsed. When the race is finished the money is counted, and all the Imoney pnlaced on the losing horses is divided among the winners in their proper propor tion, the administration taking a percentage for expenses and tax. . It will be easily seen, therefore, that when your horsed..has won, you are alWays in a delightful state of uncertai...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JERUSALEM. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 17 June 1914

J StLEM¶1 'ery shortly thesacred strc.ts of the Holy, City vill hum wcitlc the noise 0of electric cars. andi its more important thorouighliares n ill be illumhailtecd a night with the brilliant ilectric hilaicnt. Its old picturesqlce' wats and llassisve towers are to be pullcl down, cnd the cit.y is to i.ave n acdequaote water supply. The. rapidity with which Jerusa lem is extending, through the return of the .fetis in such large nnumblers to the cit, of their forefathers, has (sa3s an ciExpres'" correspondent) rendered these imcprovements neces sacr.: Indacel, to the north andt west of the old, city. there have sprung up withinc the lst dlecade, large Jecish colonies, populous residential sections, ;w well as convents, hos pices, institution.s, schools, andl other luilcings,. 'ith the result that to-day ,thcre is a greater Jerusalem without the walls than within. Four seliarate tranmwavy routes are to be laidc down. They will all start fromc tile Juiffa Gate, the prin ciplal entran...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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A Baseball Catcher. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 17 June 1914

,A Baseball Catcher .... An ingenio'zs pparatII3 shown in the ncconipannying ilustration is in tenldedlc to s\ave the catch'.rs hlilnd.;. The doors on the front of the box are rmounted to swing inwardly when the bUll strikes thern, and tile ball impacts against a padded cushion, the ball drops down andt rolls throllgh an opening at the lower part of the box.

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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He Was Called. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 17 June 1914

He Was Called.'' A comnercial tr.,i'lIr who had I.in(eIt in( at snatr towl, recently .,s d,-t. in,, I or.,i th, he expect el. an'd. mis-in.g th,* last train for the sou(lth. \:a, tla)-(l t)o Itil l) at a loyal Iota'l for the night. (u inquiry. he elicited sem inforuatinll that the first trailn ,r his tlestina tion started at seven oa clock the next mllorning. leing very anxiouls to catch it, he sunllollned the "boots" of the hote.l, and gave hinm particular injunctions to t)e sure and call him at six, so thalt he might hase plenty of time. The "hoots," a solemn, long-facedl iltdividtnal. faithfully promlis?id to obey his request, andt as the clchk struck six the following mrrning, true to his word, openled the ihedlrooln door. The occulpant of the hel was still asleep. . "lloots" caught hold of himin by the collar of his pyJaman suit, and, giving himl a * igorous shakte, excliirneul, in his naturally somewhat deep anld sellhrul chr ,ice: "Sir. your hour has come !." The feelings of ...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL AT CLYDE. EASY WIN FOR BERWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 17 June 1914

FOOTBALL AT CLYDE. IEASY WIN FOR BERWICK. On Saturday last the Berwick footballers visited CIyde to com plete the first round of the Asso ciation matches. Greig and Wauchope were the most notable absentees. Winning the spin, A. Sherriff took advantage of a cross wind blowing towardA the east goal. For the first few minutes the SClyde team prevailed, but, get ting into their stride, the Blue and White's soon got within shooting distance. After a few singles. Fred Baxter snapped the full points, which made Berwick 1.5 to 0.1. Against the wind Berwick did better, and Addison scored al most eff the bounce. Fred Bax ter and Harold Richardson got two more goals, making the visitors 4.7 to 0.3. Arthur Sherriff snapped a goal and Jack Wanke scored another, whilst the other marksmen were all astray owing to the very tricky wind. Munro, Sherriff, R!chardson and Johnson got the other goals, the latter one from a quick snap shot from the boundary. Berwick ran out easy winners, the final scores ...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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DR. HOLMES AND THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

DR. HOLMES AND THE PRINCE. lWhen Oliver Wendell lollmes was in kig/ta:ltl he foui!iil hihelf iofl one occasion ait a 'crush!l" ill London allong a grealt mnits of ileolile, Ilnclud inc several royal liersonages. IHe sat jquitly ill a corlier, buit presently feel ing a little faint, andl observing re fr,-stmlneits in the listance, lie turnI?-i to :an elderly ieriontage standing Ilnear. whisom01 hie sluppltsed to be a Ibutler of olne !kindl and itslodt for a l?arntlessu ,Ver;ie,. Ti Supposedl Sl'rValnt brougiht this withi altacrity, and re marked: "I ami very glad to UInet you, Dr. Iolms." Thel' .\Autocrat of the brakfr;ist. 'I'able was a little taken utbackla, nlld tile stranger aldd&, "I am P'rince Christian." "Dear me," said !lohnis., alire at once to the joke,. "I have notI had mucl acquaintance with princ-s, and, do you know, I took you for the waiter!" At this Prince ('hristiant.went off into a burst of mer rilient. "VWhere is niy wife'? he said, I must tell hier this. S...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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A Dangerous Gyroscope. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

A Dangerous Gyroscope. - The gyroscop. is constructed s?cien tificnlly. and is, chile lio'ingi ronst its aile. execstinc a circular move mnent round a strong pillar sup porting it; a nuight at the back insure's the stabllty ol the appa ratus. The dliameter of the wheel is about 13ft.; it is built like a hicycle wheiel and hears on one side a metallic fae-i ing joinedi to the axle by eight gir ders of iron; on the faring is flxedI a trackr composedl of small wooden bars, giving more "grip," to the tyres. The bicycle is somewhat sllnilar to ordinary machines; the handles are vertical, the front fork straighter, and the whole a few pounds heavier than ordinary hicycles. The performer entering it on his bicycle, commences by riding rapidly thus impressing a reverse movement to the gyroscope; when this has at tained a certain speed,. he blocks his wheels by a pjo'.erfll effort of the legs; the gyroscope therefore pulls hint backwards to a certain height. When reaching the point where the...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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TEN RULES FOR THE POULTRY BEGINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

TEN RULES FOR THE POULTRY BEGINNER. 1. Properly locate your plant and decide upon the number of layers to keep. 2. Decide upon the breed of chick ens to be kept and select a breeder from which to get your foundation stock. 3. Decide whether you will start with hens, hatching eggs, or chicks. 4. Determine the manner of brood ing your chicks; select your equip mnent and the style of house you in tend to install it in. 5. Determine the schedule and ra tion for feeding the chicks. fl. Decide how you will protect your baby chicks from their enemies-rats, cats, dogs, inclement weather. 7. Determine the method and equip mnadht necessary to raise successfully to the laying age the chicks after they have passed the brooding stage. 8. Determine the style of laying house and general arrangement 9. Settle upon the feeding ration for layers and the schedule for working it. 10. Solve the problem of the selling end-how to market your product at a Drofitable margin above cost. The memory of good an...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Berwick Shine News WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

At the local police couit this morning, before Mr Harris, P.M., and Mes-rs W. G. a'Beclkett. W. J. Harvey Smith and T. McLen nan. Js.P,, two cases were dealt. with. Cyril F. Lee was charged with neglec'in- to have h-is child vaccinated. Defendart, whodid not appear, ient a letter in which he stated the child had been and was still delicate. Constable Hehir said he believed the facts were as stated, but he had no power to withdraw the sumarcns The Bench decided to-impn.-e a tine of 1Os. J. G. Manning r., ceeded against Robt A Sl.ort house to recover the sum of 17.s 7d for goods sold and delivered. Mr Macpherson appeared for the complainant. Defendant statea that he got the meat fcr a con tractor who was working at Upper Beaconsfield, ana he told Mr Manning so. The bench con sidered that defendant was liable and gave a verdict for the sum claimed and 15s costs, the P.M. remarking that defendant had a good.claim against the .person to whom he had delivered themeat. . Churchrof.England ...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

STATISTI S. We have been reqLuesteot to publish the followrin' :-During this week the Government S:atist, .Mr A. 31 Liughton, witi ipot about 7,C00O cards to the fatrmers in the ;heat and oat growing districfs, with the re quest that they will furnish the area sown with wheat and oats for the present season; and state the quantity of wheat on the farm cn :O0th instat. As it is a matter of ..great iitt rest to the oublic, and to iarmers es geciallyv, to kn.w the total areas uoder th'sc- two inpprtant crops, me~hdarntar eis. rer30 Jo fill in-his'e.r a',dertri, Z iti mira ' mediately after the 3O0h June, soI that the information may be compiled and published at the earliest possible date. It is par ticularly requested that the cards sent to farmers be returned, whether they sow or not Schedules are also being sent to the railway department, and by post to flour mills and wheat stores, with the vjie of n~-er tainini the quat;ities uL stccks of wheat and flour on hand at the end of the m...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

Butsiness .'ltices. 3 ITEETH TEETH TEI.TH Of P TEETH ri F. Nugeent Fair iReed. by tIl) Deltal Board of Uietoria, Wi.l visit BERWICK every TUESD.AY, r oclock til 5 Consuliog Romu at M.r E. WV. Poynter's, Chemist. Also PAKENHAM, Tuesday mrninrs -9.30 to 11t.45. Private consuting room Gembrook Hotel PAINLEss ExTRACTIONs? 2/6. Crown, Bridge and Porcelain Work : a Specialty, at Reasonable Prices Note.-No CHaGeu mr it fa)r E:r tctio.-is whTn or??e givl: for ARZI aIc.AL WORK. Teeth extracted by the most modern Painless System. At my Me ropo:i:an address I have fitted up an up-to-date Surgery. with the very latest American Electric Plant, including a Nasal In- . <haler Nitro Oxid Gas Plant, which is the very latest process for Iextracting teeth. Inspection invited. TaLRPIoNs-W-indsor 736. .HIovus- 9 till 5.30 and 6.30 to 8. ADDRESS-224 WVILLIAM4 ROAD, TOORAK, Opposite Dr Huckell's Surgery, x minute Hawksburn Station - ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Wsr eick ihar dLt's Charnpion *.... . . T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

Public Notices. THLE JBORDER~f~ MOTEE,~~ BER Ii ICK. THIE OLDIEST iOTEL IN ThE DISTRICT. Golf Links 0ppcaite. - Good Shooting and J.xiving. Large Garden; and Tennis Court on Premises for usae.of Visitors. . .. , ...-··Billierd-. : Sti e Q cb folVenr I;ire. . ". 7.... Motor Car.;arties and:Cy.ists? ?atered for. I- L rge Rccm fcritehtii;gs Frey of Cltrge. SWeek-end Visitors catered for. 0- JOd'I P. (D. TRIADO, Proprieto . P hone Berwick .. Late ofBroken River Botel, Benalla. GIPP.ELgJNI 8MOEL, . BEACGNSFIELD :- A. B. BRAGG, Licensee.- . SGccdAcccrrrcaticn. n~Week-Prd Visitcrs Catered For. : , Fishing and Shooting. Golf Links in Preraration. Billiards. Good Stabling. - S+>i MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE. :-+ CARDINI: PARK HOTEL, LOWER BEACONSFIELD. . This Hotel is now under new management, and caters for' TVeek'-cet l isitors ; also .lf;lor arind Picnic Parties. Good Fishing and Shooting. . Only onie class of Wines and Spirits stocked-THE BEST. J. 1. STEEL.-Licensee. Phone 5, Berwick. .i. _. ...

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DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

DRAMflATi - ENTERTA!N MINT. A GREAT SUCCESS. The members of the local Dramatic Club are to be com plimented on the success of last. Saturday evening's entertain ment, given in aid of the Free L:brary. The hall was crowded, and the performance, which oc cupied two hours, was carried through smoothly, and deligh'el 'te audience. The evening's programme was openedl with an overture by Mr Dunwell, which was played in an.appreciative style. The curtain then rose on " A Romance of 1750." The piece is a aramatisation of an Italian love story by Jerome. The whole story centres rcund the workshop of Taddeo Ferrari (Mr E. W. Poynter), a master violin maker, and his apprentices Sandro. a sine, dashing, good looking youn:g fellow (Mr IL Brocklebanlk), and Fihippo. a cripple and a hunchback (Mr E. Laveridge), Bothi apprentices are in love with G(iannina (Miss Mliller), the old violin maker's sweet and winsome daugrhter. The scene is at Cremona. A great violin making competition is on, and Ta!deo...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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A Remarkable Duel. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

A Remarkable Duel. -4---- TIhere is alhays something seirdly fascinating, in the accounts of des perate struggles to the death Ie tween duellists, shen, tritcn chance, and not skill, settled tl:e encoruniter. One such case wa. that', in which Villeneuve, a noted duellist of F'rance, insulted the sister of a young Englishman nanwd Talbot, w-ho thereupon struck him.. As a consequence a duct was fought on March 5, 1805. The conditions that there should be two pistols-one loaded, the other not. They were to be Fut into a handkerchief and drawn out by chance by the parties, who were afterwardsl to take their stand at a distance of only one pace from each other. The first choice fell to the lot of' the Frenchman, who endela voured to choose the heaviest ; the other was given to Talbot. They took their respective groundlrs, and so close that the muzzle of each man's pistol touched his nad versars-. When both combatants were ready the seconds advanced and took a last farewell. Tilbot shook ...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

Waaods' Greal P.~j2Grmirt Grrrf, Far Ccuehs and Colds nav~er f~aili-I/6. REMEMBER WHEN YOU QET CLE Til TLETS YOU GET HEALTH TOO! A PROFESSIONAL NURSE well known throughout Wetern Australia, writes her opinion. NURSE ALICE WILKINSON, 21 Hyde Street, Nth. Perth, sends this letter: "I have spent many years in my profession as a nurse, both here and in Victoria. I have nursed the sick of all descriptions, and some have been very low and weak. The question always arises in the mind of the nurse what is the best medicine for a patient when thoroughly run down or to keep them from getting low and prostrated. From years of experience and close observation I can say I know of no medicine as good as CLEMENTS TONIC as a nerve food and appetising medicine, creating a desire for nourishment. It quickly gives health and strength. (Signed) NURSE WiLKiNSOC:.' ALL CHEMIMT All SOIS SELL IT ' For Bronchial Caughs take Wuod, Great Peppermint Clre--lG Special JVoti?ces. GENERAL CARRIER. F. DO WELL IB EG...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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A STRANGE DINNER PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

A STRANGE T)INNER j'ARtT[. A gang of hrignnds whirh has r cntly gaini notoriety I', its ex plocits in the proninte of Palnrtno descended o, the houshuhohl of .i- nol' Ant rtlit. Sib'i, s watlths Iwa's tl ittinr at sir tlp i'r .?.tl h hi" wil, his .lfierir-in L.w, aoli l tw, n ri- nd! . rThe ril?t is. ;ih,,i o o u ilun.k, entr'. th..' ,tiisgtIom svolers in thoinr hotis(. a f?€( r-lia+. the gueror"I ¢)1 th(' |1,11-, ;I ln hi? hegi.no h of i i hii' s ?lT, ,Ion.., ii ,ht ,Ii fati-e b.fsid. th.' hi'i.".al i ,. mad.- a h'nrty ,orni, w hil' their compl anl?1ions+ r+,llsm +Jrkd t he how'++' G?rltee .. .What. do 100l mr'akln , send~ing mll+ ,lily t w+'l'.? onces a?. steal, 'oh in I sntiI foP r , I p nlld [lftcher : "Ili. I 'fin i Pr.,'. Ii1 tell to nt ,hat I did. i Ilotit n poitlnd w iht, and so s?,al ,,, of youlr lRokets of ten ln'lid ,"d "o esura a Yarkshir,+ io-fhiing iIlnys Ib ing light, it in a gao, plan to ad.d a tiblepI'9i tofitl ii ,told water to the hatter JUo.t bfotre pla Lng it in...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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NOTES ON THE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

NOTES ON TEE GAME. (liv NtMo) Ritchie roved well, but tried to run with the ball too much. Bob Munro played his usual .strc ng, useful game, marking * and kicking well. J. WVanke had a rough passage in the crushes but kept going without flinching. '. Clayton got three lucky goals through Tynds!ey, a clever little forward. - H. Richardson played his best g?ame. He roved with skill and brilliancy and was- always up •with the ruck. Bennett, full back for Clayton, and L;regg;\for ler-:. ir, each tcicked off well. H?oth placed the ba.l and were always sure. N Greig played a hard gameall day, notwithstanding a nasty knock that would have taken the steam out of a less determined player. No two played harder to avert defeat than' Fred Baxter and ErnieLuke-the helf back line, They repeatedly relieved the goal. 0O Espie, whose ankle is not yet well, was handicapped by the uneven ground. Heciust missed a second goal with a nice long shot...' The recruits who came to thei teim's assistance when...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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THE BONES OF LIGHT AND HEAVY HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

THE BONES OF LIGHT AND HEAVY HORSES. Definite information concerning dif ferences between the bones of light and heavy horses has been obtained by B. Hardt, of Jena University, Ger many. Upon chemical analysis of many specimens of metacarpus or front can non bones, he found that on the whole the bones of draught horses contain more organic matter and less mineral matter than those of light horses. There are also some minor differ ences in composition, *but hle conclu ded that there are greater differences in form and strength than in the chem ftcaI composition of the bones of the two types. / This supports the common state ment of horsemen that the bones of light horses are generally harder than those of draught horses, for the hard ness of bone and its strength are known to increase with additional per centages of mineral matter. .1Mrs. Jawkins: I heard something this afternoon that fairly knocked me speechless. MIr. .T.: Do yon mind repeating it to the baby, my dear? 11 iIee mle '...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Testing Milk on the Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 24 June 1914

Testing Milk on the Farm. ---+S--- ' ll l i ill.?!rat, h,' n ;?t i d, mad, Iet it ie s -upnpei t hltt ' L?on h,-- a dairy of ten nows'. nil ar iit s that lour of the innti are "rbilnr?, and williees t, rit'l tolt. what th.t are gi?ing in| hI.0 al'; ' 'L0,: . <al 1~ as sentialn rram.l fir ,.acr ing out hie test are ii. i tr-ifg?l ha'hine e volfing at high stIe" t nh-rely the lottle conti;laing thIe lilk ,:an be whirl[f, :nf ., few Simipif, pi~crs of gla;sware. Tlihe tot of the on tire ritlltit. Lr?, ernrughh for a ten row dairy, wil] be aliout £2. rThere are s~"e-cii m.rkois -Ii riahinei, all hav in their ?aool pfoint:. fn the long run, rhowe:er, th- ;ie.t :tachine will Ire the 'implllit, and the a?*ni, r may be jail of the glfssworr. TeIst ho?. ties are ni-eri~li for ioth cnw and skim milk andr crreanr, nd it will be well to have threre of elach it these kinds on hand. Correct rnlilts 'Xill ,,epernd upon having a good sarler leT ordelr to get such a sample ,,f. ny kind of...

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