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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 April 1901

DEPARTURES. For Barmedman, Temora» Cootamundra, nnd Syd ticv,daily, (Sundaysexcepted) at 7 n.m. N For Ucga'vie, on Tuecdaypiujd Rnturdaysat S p.m. For Marsdon and Forbes, on "WoduesdayH and Saturdays at 7 a.m. For Ynlgogrin, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat days at 10 a.m. For Caroon, on Saturdnj'rf at a.m. For ICildary, on "Wednesdays aud Saturdays ut 7 a.m. • " Oft* mails are delivered at: the post office up to S p.m. each day Mails arc realyi'or deliver)-about milf-an-hour after the an val of coach. Letter box clcavod for d« spate i at G a.m. each day. Pillar box at Central >.>iuoup cleared daily at 7.30 p.m. , „ , *y a ■ Money Order aud Government Saving IJanic. Hours—"Week daya—10 a.m. to 5p,m.; Saturdays— 10 a.m. to I p.m.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Barmedman Land Board. MONDAY, 22nd April. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 April 1901

Banfted-mari Land- j ; . .Board: i MONDAY, 22nd April ... Application for permiwion to ring bark— OKI— John Fallon ■ Application for- appraisement* <o£ capital value—C p and C-l, Jbsepk-T.! Webb ApptfsaKon.fbr annuil Ieasa—di, 1 and SiVBakt Borinedmon—James Ma Dfcmara • - Applications for conditional purchase* ,Cp J30 7, B*fmW4M Bunk NSW, 3.Y. Kennedy • ■; CpOO 10, and el (J&9—Union B mk J. W. H. Wyao ' . Cp.00 12'«ndfcl 00 10—IJaian Bk. J. W.--ir-,Wyso' , Cp 00 1—Robert Irvine CpOl 2—A. J. McNamsr* Applications for Settlement Louden. Si Ol 1—Sydney Wys* SI 0 2 —J. Jasprina S'l 01 3—G«or($o T. Welle SI 01 4—a. W. Gardiner Applications for remission of value of improvements . Trnufcees late A. Davidson—cl 296*04 ~T Rostand Hon ; cl 39606'—T. J. OtBrion.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 April 1901

Sydney, Friday.—At a mnetinff of citizens held in 8ydnay yesterday, it was decided to make an appeal for ,£15,000 - to orecfc at Prince Alfred Hospital s Queen Victoria Memorial "Wiag; Dr McKcllar gave £1000 and Mr Hugh Dixen XQ0Q. The Pminiar, Mr John Sen, states that the Government has no intention of interfering with the existing tariff rates now ruling in this State, although it is ablo; t® impose any tariff it likca' until the imposition .of the Federal toriS. takes place. The conference eJ State Gowoand ants just concluded in Sydney, *has prepered a dteft federal Defence Bill lor presentation to tha Federal Part : liamsnt. Joaea haa benn sentenced to death. at the Tamwdrtfri Circuit Court for the Mtirdei of Alfred'Pitmaii at Whalan'a Creek. '• Mr Hutchinson, of the "Works De partment, is investigating the Cobar strike. 1 ' i The day- men employed on the new lines of railway are striking against Mr O'Sirtlivan's compulsory • thrift schenje, by which 28 per day is held in reserV...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miners' Relief Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 April 1901

A large meeting of thoso interested in tho mining' industry was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, West Wyalong, on Thursday night, for the purpose of considering'and discussing thtrMiners^ Accident and Relief Acfc'aa applicable to gold-miners. , An apology fur 'noTt'-attendihee waa received from Mr. J. "Campbell. ' Mr. W. T. Cooniin, J.'P.J ocfcOpifcd the chriir; and' in announcing the objects of the.meeting, said it would a laudable thing for all toventilatetheir opinions in the mutter, especially as it was an Act passed by Parliament, nnd purporting to be to their benefit. They as miners would. know more about i he practical portions of the Act than he. The Minister for Mines, when the Act was passed, was the representative of a coal minining dis distriub, and therefore it implied more to the coal-miner. Every miner on the field should be present that even ing and form a Committee to have the Bill revisi.d. When Mr. Watscn was here » little time back he said amend ments were necessary...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 April 1901

Football. A meeting of the West.. Wyalong Junior football club w.-vs liold at Hur tignn's Hotel en Wednesday night— Mr. H. Soclen in the chuir. After the minutes of the praviou" meating had haen read and confirmed, it wm decided to acc *pt tlie challenge from the Senior Club. Mr..Crowe was appointed us raferee in awarding all special prizes played fopduring tko eeason. -.a The Secretary reported that Mr. Hartigari hud kindly donated 10/6 to the club. , It was decided to write to tho Bar medman Junion*, notifying them that the Wyaloftg Jttniora were willing to play them at Biirmtduim on May 11. The Secretary was instructed to write to the Tei'nora Juniors and ask them to return their match early this season. [The "Wyalong club hao since received a' communication that the Temora teaai' will return the match next Saturday ] Mr. Galloway gave notice that he would bring up at next m«etirig for discussion s- proposal to affiliate with the N.&W." Rugby Football Union— the Secretary...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 April 1901

" BY COO EE." The latest game of the city and safe urban larrikifia consists in giving oly twists to .the rollers of'the destination cards which are attached to the front nnd back of the truuiR. The amaze* ment of pedestrians and rage of de ceived passengers whttsre\'ifsytyi .JvvY© been caught by, say, a trfirti on ttfsr Leichhsrdt lino labelled1' 1 Waverley,' is a source of much unholy merriment, ooo Although comparative prosperity certainly , does exist- in New South Wales just now, some , of the credit 'must be given to the ever-increasing army of- women workers—-sometimeo described as the New Woman party. A woman called at the writer's houses . last Saturday and asked for some work 1 to enable'her family to get soma pro-> ' visions in for Sunday. ooo Asked if qhe had no husband, the applicant replied cheerfully ' in . the affirmative, but remarked that lie was that lazy that he wouldn't get up early enough itv .the- mornings to look for work- j. he'd' far rather stay potterin...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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THE Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY, APRIL 20,1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 April 1901

THE g Advocate, SATURDAY, APRIL 20,1901. Titeisll-for-Sydiiey-party,. backed up by tho octapuo daily press of tho metropo lis, are making prodigious efforts to Secure a reduction in the number of members in the State Parliament^ an 'that) them would bo no possible ch'anee for the country district# to £etr' even One bite nt the St*to pie. How that the Federnl Parliament has- • bnen e1e-ited the selection of the Federal city will soon be decided upon, and of coutse as it cannot be locatid in Syd rioyc tho new capital will nutarally de piiVe the ever greedy Sydney people of atony' little' goldtion harvests. ' In Oi'der' to counteract such a movement, tlie Shyloclis of the city that have for years been bolstered up at the expense of the country districts, the Sydney dailies havo hit upon the grand sclicme of reduction of the number of State members on the washy plofc of reduc ing the coat of legislative representa tion'to^the State—a plea that the in lancMaf mcrS 'will be relieved of a ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 April 1901

Presbvtoriin Chucoli. Services will ho held its follou'd" uritH-' furt'har irttico {. l'l West Wyaldng -'(Phjabyterian Church) 7.30 p.m. Rev. J. J. Thorp.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 April 1901

League. lo'ge and influont.ini meeting of residents of Wynlong >nd district was hold at Crouch's Hotel on Tues day night lust, for the purpjao of ur"ing on the construciion of the Wyalong-Temora railway, and form ing a nevr railway league. MV.-S.'Wflaon, junf., occiSrpied tho 'chair. He said he would nlwaya do' his'utmost to forward an object that wis of a benefitting- na'thrb^to thw resident a- of Wyaltiing-and district— butrnftre especially w&ula heuiig6on_ the' construction ' of* thef railway. Wyaloiig had been ' ylrj backward in thia respeot—and Ihtf two towns hare hitherto been in opposition to one another. The object was a very de serving one, as the district had every facility to warrant, the construction of the propoand line. The selectors in the district had taken up the l>mds solely on the understanding and be lief that a line would be constructed through the district'and on to Hills ton. Now they found an agitation in pv.ogress for a line to go from Temora d...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 April 1901

Picnic. The'' arinual picui(3''ii}'* ciJiiheetiou with Sf. Bain.ib:ift' Suiiday v School eVentua'ed in Mr. Gigio's grounds on Wednesday lust, and was a pronounced success. The procession which left the chut'bh during the forenoon passed down Muin-st., West Wyalong, and through Wyalong, wis a very imposing scene. Drugs and other vehicles worn heavily laden with a living freight of young and old, giily waving their banners and mottoes—aud brightening up the occasion songa; and' smil ing faces, the publiccoti'd Veil' jutlgH with what interest the ""liCtfo' on*4' looked forwnrd to tlnfir 'innual pie'iup.1" The grounds were reached in good'tinio and when 4 o'clock arrived thero worn" fully 300 persons pivs-.-nt. The towns .people responded most liberally in providing conveynncej. Two vans were supplied by Mosvs. Foaley and Soil, oiio by Mr. Potman, a largo drag' t>y Mr, J. Meaghisr,- and a spring'c irt encfi by Messrs. Toiamalin -(mSnagpr for Wright, Hcatoa <fe Co.) and H'....

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 April 1901

£1 Reward. LOST. from Went Wyalong, about one   • . month ago, oW roan COW, white (oca, traiill turned hotns, near calring. branded like TD. The above reward will bo paid, to anycnodihvuring the cow to . ' MRS. CUZNER, White Tank Hotel, West Wyalong. v::; ■ - A MIDDLE AGED ' WOMAN A3 HOUSEKEEPER at once. F. BERNSTEIN. 3S£AE8DBN liial. Race Meeting WILL BE HELD ON JITHE 3rd, 190% Big Handicap of £12 JOHN CCRRY, Hon Soc. ~Grenfell_EIectorate~ Mr Byrne, J.P., IN compliance with an influential rflqui Mtion, signed by nearly all the farmen in the district, and presented to. him on Saturday last, has consented to coma for ward «• the FARMliRS' REPRESENTA TIVE at tho firnt General State Election fur the tiranfoll Electorate. -For Sale CHEAP— Billiard iugatelle table. Apply to MRS. WE-.-TLEV, Central Tnwn. _ Municipal District of Wyalong. TENdIERS are incited until tho 20th • INSTANT for tho REPAIR And MAINTENANCE of tho Metalled Roads witiiin the Municipality. . JtflEfN SMSTHU...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 April 1901

Noi announcement has yet been' wade - with tefersneo to tho • meant seats in the Wyafong Municipal Coun cil. ' M-r. J. G. Stanley, Stock Inspector foi- the Condoboiin Stock- District was in Wyalong during the week, attending to mutters before the-Land: Board. It is reported there will ben host of candidates for tho Condoboiin float iD the State Parliament. We hear a younger brother of Tom Brown's is coming out. During his laut visit, our member, Mr. Holman, enmo ovrr from G-renirell on his ' Red Bird,' which carried him to victory in the last election'. . He says it is as good us ever. • Mr. J. H. Fraser is doing a good business in 1 Red Bird ' bikea. During the week he has sold five new ma chines. Good work in good bikes. The Pe;ik Hill league of Wheelmen ia out with a good programme for the. 29th. of May the total priz'^ money reaching £i0—whpel race £1S. Eu-. tries close on the 13th May. It is estimated the work of water ! conservation at Lake Cudgellico will coat £40,000. "When ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
M'Dougall's Non=Poisonous Sheep Dip. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

M'Dougall's Non=Poisonous Sheep Dip. If there is one question more tlinn smother of interest to this State it is the improve ment of our staple product—wool. To elTeet an incrciise of even a quarter of a pound in McDougall's Sheep t)ip Exhibit. the fleecD of eacli sheep we possess, or lo' im prove its quality however slight, means hun dreds of thousands of ] ounds added to the wealth of our people each year. The pro prietors of M'Dougall's Non-Poisonous Sheep Dip claim that the use of their' Dip both stimulates the growth, and adds to the value of the wool. The Australian agents for the Dip—The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company—inform us that the dis play attracted a deal of attention from sheep owners, and many orders were taken for delivery at shearing time. The Company's representative has favored us with a few particulars of this Dip, which has now stood the test of 41 years' use throughout all parts of the world, and which is the original of the many non-poisonous ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Massey=Harris Co, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

Massey=Harris Co, Limited. The British Hag has protected nnd fostei'ed some great industries, but none more enter prising and. progressive than the Canadian lirm ot Massey-Harris Company, Ltd., which claims to be the " largest makers of farm machinery" under the iiag. The firm has now been 54 years in existence, and, with its brandies throughout the Empire, there are but few agriculturalists in any Jjritish posses sion who uo not know all about the merits of Massey-Harris} .machines. 'JL'lie illustration shown gives one some idea of the interesting and valuable exhibit the firm had at the ltoyal Agricultural .Societies Commonwealth Show. There is the famous Massey-Harris wide open reaper and binder, several of which were shown in motion on an elevated plat form ; a ncvely in tho Massey-Harris hay tedder, which attracted considerable atten tion, as well as mowers ot' various kinds, known to farmers as the Massey Harris No. 7. The all-steel rake is a great improvement on the previous ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Furracabad Estate, New England. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

Furracabad Estate, New England. Thfe Glen Innes District Exhibit was lor the greater part composed of produce from thel^urracabad Estate, owiied by the Hay murket Land Company, whose head office is in Sydney, and is managed by Mr Eobt. B. Barton The display was a great one, and the productiveness of the soil of the famous Glen .Innes Valley was demonstrated in a very pronounced manner. Home magnificent pumpkins, potatoes, .marrows, Ac.,, vied'.with luscious healthy fruits for pride of place, cereals and other' farm produce in' great variety gruqed the exhibit, which, although awarded third place by the judges in the competition, was considered by the thousands who inspected it to be one of the finest and most complete displays in the scction. There is no getting away from the fact that the l''urracabad Kstate in very happily situated, and the farm holders 011 it are evidently agriculturists of the highest grade. The estate was bought by the Havniarket Land Company, and laid out in a...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cadbury Bros.' Cocoa Exhibit. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

Cadburv Bros.' Cocoa Exhibit. The name of-CJadbury has become n " house hold world " in almost every land where the English language is spoken, and rolls off the tongue in varied forms in many lands where that luuguage is not usually heaul It may almost be said to bo a synonym for Cocoa and its products; indeed we have met with a young lady who imagined that ' 'adbury was a name specially used to denote chocolate sweetmeats, just as the word '■ lolly " is applied to their sisters of many hues. but it is not with Cadbury's Chocolate we are going to concern ourselves, that shall be left to speak for itself on this occasion, while we concern ourselves with that which figured so prominently in !h< Pavilion at the Slio^ Cadbury's Cocoa. ground, and drew encomiums from every side, " Cadbury's Cocoa." i'irst, however, a word as to the article cocoa itself, or as it should properly bo termed, following general use in all languages except English, Cacao. Cacao is a tropical produc...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Messrs. J. Barre Johnston and Co.'s Display. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

Messrs. J. Barrc Johnston and Co.'s Display.;" _ One'of the most attractive displays on tho Show Ground this yeiu- was that of Messrs J1 Bane Johnston & Lo, Loftus Street. j The collection of weighing appliances from the World-renowned firm of W. & T. Avery Ltd, Birmingham, comprised a thoroughly representative range of l'latform Machines, Cart and Colliery Weighbridges, Suspended Weighing Machines, <&c, all of the newest type and presenting many important improvements. The Automatic Self-indicating Gear attached to one of the Colliery Machines is a beautiful piece of mechanism, by which all handling of weights and other manipulation in tho process of weighing is absolutely obviated ; a pointer indicating tho weight 011 a quadranl' as the load is placed upon tho platform is in full sight of the persons in charge, and by an in genious arrangement, all vibration on tho working parts is entirely removed. A largo number of-these Machines have been in u...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fireproof Building. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

Fireproof Building. The system of constructing- partitions of : corrugated iron sheets, p astered ill both sides, ns illustrated in Messrs McArtbuv's Fireproot bui'ding, just erected at the grounds, is one that is being largely adopted by leading architects, and has much to recommend it from many points of view. The conjugations, instead of being of the U form, are dovetailed by special appliances, and form a perfect key for plaster The sheets are s id down in drawer-like fashion between iron or channel uprights, and, when plastered, each wall, is practically a slab of concrete and p aster, strengthened and made absolutely damp proof by the iron sheets to which it is attached. As the walls are only two inches thick when finished^ there is a great saving of space by the using of the system. ; Boots constructed on this principle are cool, silent, and unbreakable, and are, consequently, much to be preferred to the "ordinary iron or slate roof. For external walls the construc tion may b...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

CATTLE. .fudges : Messrs. John James, Hobert Clark •lames liaylis, Kdward Ingram, and .1. A. Badgory. Bull, ii years and over: John Grant's I'ersimiuou, 1; J. II. Aligns' Connauglit, 2. Bull, 1 year ami under ' 2 years. Prize givoil by John Sands : .1. H. 'Angus' liugiaoK l'rinee XVI. 1; .1. H Angas' Barou Bruns wick XfjIX.-, 2 ; J. H. Angas' Duke of York II.. lie. -'13(111, 2 years and under H years: W. II. Tindulo's Bandolier, 1; J. II. Angas' Eoyal -lluddington, 2. Bull -Calf, G months old and midor 12 ' months : .J. Holmes' His Honor, 1; J. Holiuos' Bullion, 2.. Cow, 3 years old and over: J. 11. Angas' Kosc of Connaught XX., 1; liobert M'lntyro'n Cherry Oxford's Queen, 2. Heifer or Cow, 2 years old and under 8 years: T. H. Mate and Co.'s, Limited, Miss Wild Eyes XXXI., 1. Heifer 1 year old and under 1 years Prize presented by l'eupes it Co.: J. II. Angas' liitdy Fortunate XL1I1 ,1; T. II. Mato tfc Co's, Limited, Miss Wild Eyes XXXII., 2. Champion Bull : John Grant's Persimmon. U...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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A.B.C. Milk Separators. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

A.B.C. Milk Separators. Tho A.B.C. Separator, oil exhibition at the Show, hns now for the first time made its appearance before the Australian public, and ought to rapidly win its favour as a service able and excellent machine. It is extromely cheap without being " nasty," and the method of driving the bowl is the best wo have seen. The " Centralor " gear is a neat, mechanical arrangement which has recently been patented, and applied to high machines of this kind, such as fan blasts It combines the advantages of an elastic roller bearing with friction gear. By this means smooth and easy running is obtained, and in the event of a sudden stoppage of the bowl from any cause, the parts of the machine can vim 011 free'y without risk or breakage The bowl of this Separator is placed horizontally not vertically as in other Separators-and con sists) o£ very few parts, which are easi y e'eaned. The machine is now being made in three sizes, 8, 16, and 32 gallons per hour but arrangements have ...

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