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THE INFECTION OF PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 13 August 1915

THE INFECTION OF PIGS. M" TUBERCULAR FOWLS. The dangor of infection of pigs by iubercular fowls is not sufficiently recog nised, and an article in a recent issue of the Journal of the English Board of Agriculture is timely. It was ascor tairfld by a sories of experiments car ried out in Denmark that in many cas es, pigs on the farm became infected with, tuberculosis from tubercular fowls. It is pointed out in tlio article referred to that until recently the general as sumption "Has that tuberculosis was transmitted to pigs either by feeding them with the milk from tubercular cow;i or by nieaus of cattle excrement. During recent years, however, investi gations have tended to confirm another view-namely, that pigs may be infec ted with tubercular disease from poul try and' other birds. It is known that avian tuberculosis is generally abdoin , inal. and often the tuberculous caused ' by the disease may be observed in the liver, spleen, or glands of fowls. As far back.as 31 ay 1912, the...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BULL CALF. REARING CALVES FOR STOCK PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 13 August 1915

THE BULL CALF. 'REARING CALVES FOR 5T( 'OK PURPOSES. The calf that it is intended to vi ar as a bull for stock purposes is-a very important animal. Spring is tlio time of the year in which tho bulk of . the calves como to hand, and there is no better season than this in which to select a bull'calf for. rearing purposes. An- inferior youngster should never bo reared, and an effort should bo made to ensure that-tho .calf be pure-bred. .V pedigree behind the brill calf dees wot -improve- tho particular animal it self so far "as can been seen \v tho eve, but it goes far to assuring the pre potency along tho desired direction. The bull to rear should bo from a mature cow, and she should, t°0'. 'J good milker. Tlio calf itself should be a "ood animal individually, and of the right color and type; which pomts" de pend somewhat on the p"J'tlC? ,"t breeds,to .vhich it belongs, -j The best way of rearing a bull calf is the natural one of allowing it to run with its another right throughout th...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KILLING THE CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 13 August 1915

KILLING THE CALVES. f STlie golden cali is. a subject of much discussion in tlio Old Country and in {Australia. Should. this slaughter bo prohibited ? One of the many sugges tions laid beforo tho Board.of'Agricul ture (England) by tho National Board of .Meat Traders to solve the problem ^ of the shortage of meat is that tho King should set an example by retraining from eating veal, and thus assist in the pre vent/on of the indiscriminate i laugh ter of young animals. It is- pointed out, that years ago, when there was a great fcareity of lamb. Queen. Victoria abs tained from eating thisparticular kind of meat. It is necessary to givo tho matter some consideration. If there was no stoppage of killing, nor short age of insulated ships, this country would' bo drained of all stook carrying meat, and the scarcity of store cattle would bo a serious matter. The de pletion would not bo rectified' in a day. The needs of the moment and the re qurremonts of the future loom large at Home, so muc...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JOURNALISM IN THE TRENCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 13 August 1915

JOURNALISM IN THE TRENCHES. All interesting. article pit the news papers being produced by the ? French and British soldiers in the trenches is :t feature of the new issue of the "War Budget. There are quite a inmiher of theni, especially among the French-Le Marelieur ,du SSe, Le Cri de Vails, La Voix du 75, Lo Poliu, and many more. Some are printed, some cylostyled, and sonic written by hand," ivhile they are of all shapes' a/nd sizes. But one quality they all possess in common: they abound in gaiety of spirit and mor dant humor. One indoeil is called Higol-" boche, which means literally "laughing at the Germans." ''A daily paper published very irregularly is the an nounceiiKjnt of -another. The most serious of thqsc remarkable publica tions seems to lie Lo Poilu, which, though edited in the trenclms,' fe prin ted in a, neighboring' town.'Ifc contains the ' most recent news of .engagements, literary articles, notices of the numer ous camp concerts, etc., and, of- course, a comic se...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES ON THE ORCHARD. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 13 August 1915

NOTES ON THE ORCHARD., ITEMS OF INTEREST. In recent years great strides have : boon made in the plum growing indus try, Largely due to the genius of Lu ther Burbank,whose, work seems to have been most successful in- this dir ection than in any other; As; a re sult of several of these new. creations tho enterprising orchardist is now able to follow a now line. Years ago, the plums produced were mostly of tho soft variety and: they wore thus soon perish able. But many of the newer kinds carry so well that they can bosont over the sea with ' sat'oty. . In New South Wales tho tendency is to' uproot' tho ' jlder varieties and replaca thorn with tho hybrids which grow rapidly and are heavy yielders. . The proof of tho wis dom of tliis-i>tep is the high price which th 3 public will pay for the improved rriiit. One plum specialist in New South- Wales has no less than 55 acres under tho crop. He has managed to do a bit of hybridisation himself, ana lias thus raised a cross between a plum ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dalyston. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 13 August 1915

Dalyston. Excellent work ha3 been carried out by the ladies of the Dalyston Red Cross Society, Miss K. Ryan, secretary. Since July 6 the sum of £50 193 6d has been collected, including: -Sale of flags, Archie's Creek (per Mr Griffiths) £3 3s 6d donations from Messrs G. Hollins £2 10s, J. Riley £2, J. R. O'Meara £1 Is, Iiollole, Cock, Fraser, H. Hollins, £1 each, Mrs Hunt 15s, Cr Lloyd 10s, Mr C. Daly. Ryanston 10s ; member's fees and donations under )0s, £8 10s 9d. Powlett collection per Mrs Masters £4, Wonthaggi Football As sociation £4 ; concert July 26, tickets (incomplete) £11 17s 6d, door£6 14s 3d, dance £1 7s 6d, total for concert (in complete) £19 19s 3d. The following gifts in kind have been received : - Towells, Mrs Crawford, Archie's Creek; 8 rabbit skins, Miss Nilly Crawford ; toilet bags, Mrs Walsh and Master Filer ; face washers, Misses Lancaster ; 10 flannel undershirts, Mrs G. Hollins. The next meeting will be held on Thursday, August 19, and then alter nate Thursdays...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 13 August 1915

See CHAMPION Charlie CHAPLIN, Wonthaggl Theatre, Saturday.* The Medicine You require for those WEAK NERVES TIRED BRAIN-that EXHAUSTED BODY « one great well-tried and proven Remedy "*Fvat the ( (_ -/!« . p'MlS'MTQ Thousands of people all over Australia swear by it who have been cured permanently of Insomnia, Nervous Breakdown, Constipation, Poor Apnetite. Nervous Headache, Sick Headache, Neuralgia of the Facial Nerves, Sluggish Liver, Anaemia, and Weakness. All Chemists and Stores sell it. Get it and health at the same time. It 'never fails. A dose at bedtime will make you sleep as sweetly as a little child. THE SURE SIGN. A dull, persistent pain in the back -an ache that spoils sleep, and is worse in the morning; a sharp, cutting pain when bending-is a sure sign of kidney disease. It is not really the back aching, but the kidneys, which lie just beneath the small of the back. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills quickly relieve the kidneys, and help them to drive- out of the body the poison...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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CHAPTER XII. IN THE HUT. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

CHAPTER XII. J i IN THE HUT. No immediate answer came to tho knocking at tho crazy door, itself as remarkable, a specimen of amateur car pentry, green painted planks alternat ing with blue, as could "readily be found within the compass of broad Uritain. Tho only immediate effect of tho tapping with the butt end of tho baronet'w gold-mounted. whip was to add a stimulus to the savage bark ing of the four excited dogs, the two nearest of which, dancing on their hind legs as they, tugged at collar and chain, gnashed their sharp teeth in im potent fury. Blit after ;t-time the leary footfall of a man was heard from inside the barrier, and a rough, deep voice exclaimed, "Jet-hunter's jark (password) my chap?-"'' Sir J?ichard, perplexed and impa tient returned no verbal answer, but lapped again with his whip. "If you haven't got the jark, then, I don't care to listen to your patter, BO sheer off, if you value a whole skui iny man-tramp, yokel, or pedlar, whatever you bo-for if you bother mo...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER XI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER XI. (Continued). A ride, even yn a line day, into the bleak North Yorkshire Jlooreland is not over-tempting to a London Sybar ite, such as was Sir Richard .Mort main. Not even in Scotland are the wastes more bare, the bogs more trea cherous, the tall heather ranker,, or the bridle paths more .stony. The district into which thebaronet had now plung ed was one of, those stern and savage IVlLs where break-neck ravines alter nate with jugged stretches of red brown table-land, watered here and there by tiny runlets of trickling water, and seamed by emerald green patches of alluring turf, the shallowest of which is, a quagmire, in which a horse would sink to his saddle-flaps.' Sir Richard when a /boy. may have crossed such moors iii pursuit of grouse or hares, but it is one thing to trudge hopefully forward on the unlsring feot of youth, and under the guidance of a veteran "amekeeper, and another to pick out llie.^tKfJicultpath for one's self by lh" aid of...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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FOOD FOR FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

FOOD FOR FOWLS. Domestic fowls, in their oftentinro narrow limits of confinement, do not enjoy tho opportunity to indulge m tlio natural habit of tho poultry raw in eating tho food given them. Some considerable poultry keepers endeavor to approach as nearly as may bo con venient to tho bettor modes of feed ing, and furnish a varied supply of food to their fowl stock , ns near as naturo demands for the comfort of their fowls artificially cared for. But a fowl in its natural stato forages over a large extent of feeding ground, and picks up and devours the grains, buds, berries, leaves, grass, insects, etc., lei surely, and never crams itself or over feeds. Such fowls aro rarely or never ill, for to free digestion may be att:i bufced much of tho good condition and regular health enjoyed by tho wild birds or tho tamo ones at liberty. For theso reasons, fowls in confinement should not only be supplied with plenty of food at proper intervals, but it should be varied, green and dry, raw an...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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PRESERVING FRUIT WITH HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

PRESERVING FRUIT WITH HONEY. Fruit preserves and j&m can bo mado with honey in place of sugar in the following manner: Preserves, Cold Method : -Ilemovp tTio stalks from fruits such as grapes, chorries, damsons, goosoberries, rv;< berries, strawborries, or other fruits. See thai, they are perfectly sound and fren from blemishes or n. oi^ ture on the oiit^ne. Put them in jars, and pour i;old ?extrnctod honey over tliem -until covered. Hermetically seal the jars' without heat, and the fruit will keep for months. "Warm Method :-Prepare the fruit in tho same way and pack in jars with out bru'sing. Mako a syrup in tho proportion of 411> honey to ono pint of good vinegar (malt or honey vinegar is best), and add spices to suit the taste. Boil tho syrup for 20 minutes skim carefully, and pour boiling hot orer tho fruit and Real at once. It will keep good for years. Jam: Proceed in tho ordinary way, using lib 2oz of honey in placo of ov ery l'b of sugar you would use, t...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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THE VALUE OF LIME IN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

THE VALUE OF LIME IN AGRI CULTURE. It is a well worn sqying that "Land is I tho Farmer's Capital" On the quan tity and quality of tho feed wlr.ch tho land can supply, the ultimato success of tho farmer depend*. Ho cannot draw upon his capital indefinitely, and never replace or augment it without gravo risk of failure. Certainly in countries like New Zealand, which have only been under cultivation for a coin partaively short time, much of the soil is virgin and contains immense supplies of available nitrogenous matter and plant food, and the evil-day when tho land shall have becojno impoverished, is postponod. Nevertheless it is tijnc that a plea '"?.ore put forward for a more "intensive" system of farming. Particularly is this truo of tho dairy farm wliore it "would oventually b~ found more economical to raise winter feed on a smaller area than is generally usod at present. - Apply a suitable system of intensive -cultivation to this, and incidentally avoid tho extra labor of ploughi...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Australian Wounded Soldiers. WONTHAGGI'S EFFORT. FANCY DRESS PROCESSION AND FOOTBALL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

Australian Wounded Soldiers. WONTHAGGI'S EFFORT. FANCY DRESS PROCESSION AND FOOTBALL MATCH. Considerable interest was aroused in an effort on Saturday last to raise funds in aid of the Australian Sick and Wounded Soldiers. The idea origin ated with the A,N.A. and the co-opera tion of the Borough Council, school teachers, school children. Defence League, Friendly Societies, Band, Cadets, Fire Brigade, etc., etc., was sought, and all assisted. Mr G. Hinneberg was appointed president, nnd Messrs T. Connelly and J. Hay, secretaries. A splendid fancy dress procession, marshalled by the mayor, Cr McMahon, town clerk, Mr Strickland, and Mr J. Gartlan, head teacher State school, Wonthaggi, headed by the Union Band and led by Mr Parker in a general's uniform on a white charger marched from the town hall to the Recreation ground, where a fancy dress football match was played, the antics of several of the " players " causing much amuse ment. The procession was easily the best turn-out yet seen...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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UTILITY OF SHEEP. BENEFIT ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

UTILITY OF SHEEP. BENEFIT ON THE FAIuH. In combining sheep fattening with wheat growing, the farmer is adopting a practics long established in older countries, such as Great Britain. What a flock may do where the chief rerenuo is derived from cultivation is shown in an article which recently appeared in tho Farmer and Stock Breeder (ling-' land). It is there stated that the valuo of tbo sheep flock on a farm can not bo estimated by actual cash re-' turns. As a matter of fact the flock is by .far tho cheapest and most effici ent of all fertilisers that can he brought on it, so that it docs a great deal rnoro towards the profitable working of the farm than is shown by results in actual cash. Very often the margin between cost' and tho Palo price is very little indeeTL and if everything was reckoiiod up as to cost of food and so on at first sight, it would appear that sheep were maintained at a loss-that is to say, in tho cp.eo of shocp brought in to grow and feed. Tho ease of a breedi...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondenee under this heading.—Ed.] HOVELL v. SAN REMO. (TO THE EDITOR POWLETT EXPRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

Correspondence. [We are not respons.hle for the opinions expressed by cb^respondenee under thia heading.-Ed.] HOVELL v. SAN REMO. ' (TO THE EDITOR POWLETT EXPRESS.) Sir, -Settler " has the effrontery to maintain that his ridiculous proposal to alter the name of San Kemo to Hovell has been strengthened by the replies it has elicited. How does he account for the fact that not a single voice has been raised in support of his idea? That idea fell still-born from bis pen. It is as dead as Julius Ceaser. So let it be buried deep in the ground of that riding of the Shire which has the honor (?) of owning him as a resident. As to Chesterfieldian forms of expression, it is just as good to call a spade a spade, as an implement of agriculture. "Settler" has been flattened out and that is all there is to it. , yours etc., SAN REMO NO, 2.

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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MULCHING FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

MULUtllNG FRUIT. TREES. The value of an annual mulching of all quarters devoted, to trees is not al ways appreciated. A common sight at this tune of year , among anyvteurs and cottage gardeners is a (iiumtity ot loose manure 'lying on the gi ound to lie in time dug into the ground with tho spade. Tnis "use of tlie spade is very harmful in two ways; in the lirst place, iho surfacc roots ol' the trees aro very much injured, and in the sec ond placo iho turning up of the soil at this time of iho year makes it very loose, and tlio rooty are liable to sufter if the summer should be dry. In tho ease of raspberries, or, in fact, any of our bush fruits, lT tliei rsurface feeding roots are injured in this way tho harm done i very great. No doubt tho grower, after he has dug in the man ure, views with satisfaction tho tidy appearance of tho quarter devoted, it may be, to raspberries, gooseberries or currants, little recking of the many valuable feeders that lie has mangled tho result of which...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Borough of Wonthaggi. SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING. MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

Borough of Wonthaggi. SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING. MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1915. Present: CrsMcMahon (Mayor), Bird, Wishart, Wilson, Easton, Nelson and Hill, Apologies were received from Crs Crombic and Asquith. APPOINTMENT OK HANGER. The Mayor, Cr McMahon, said that a ranger should be appointed. He suggested that one of the council's permanent employes who attended to cleaning the drains, could be appointed ranger. The financed would not permit of a permanent appointment, as ranger. In reply to Cr Wilson the town clerk, Mr Strickland, said it would be the ranger's duty to attend to all complaints. Cr Bird agreed with the Mayer. It was a splendid idea to appoint one of the permanent men. Cr YVishart remarked that the trouble from wandering stock arose mostly at night. Some arrange ments should be 'made for the ranger to attend to the matter at night time. There was not much trouble in the day lime. The Mayor remarked that ar rangements could be made by the town Clerk to allow for time for th...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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PERSONAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

PERSONAL NOTES. I The Earl of Crawford, premier earl ot Scotland, has enlisted as a private in tho Royal Army Medical Corps for the duration of tho war. He drills with other recruits at Aldershot.* The Earl is 44 years of age. It is under stood' tliat.'lip is anxious to go to the Ironfc as early as possible. Since tho outbreak of war, li'is lordship has dono excellent service in assisting recruit ing. Lord Robert's elder brother passed away at Richmond 011 March 23. It was not given to Major-General Rob erts to achieve the fame of the beloved "Bobs Bahadur," but lie was a hard working Indian soldier, who did good servico to the Empire, rather in peace than in war. 'A tender affection ex isted between tho two veteran soldier brothers, and almost the last letter whicll the younger wrote before tiie visit to France, from which lie was to return 110 more alive, contained tho words, "Look after my brother. lie is a very old man." It is not generally known that Lord Crewe, who lias writte...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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A BATTLESHIP IN ACTION. DRAWING THE TURKISH BATTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

A BATTLESHIP IN ACTION. DRAWING THE TURKISH BAT TERIES. The average man, wora lie givon life choice, would much prefor io fight un der a blue fiky in an even iemperaturo and amidst "beautiful surroundings, rather than in the cold rain, fogs, and eternal grey of Northern Europe in winter time. Out here in the Medit teranian we art pust entering on ideal condition-}. Tiie weather is fine and it ia not too liot, although already the warmth of the coming summer c.in bo felt toiyards noon: the sea ior several days has been perfectly calm, and its deep blue is only rivalled by the clear f-ky above. Tlio surrounding islands sparklo like jewels in the shining at mosphere. Thoy are green, and blue, and yellow in turn. .13 the sun re flects different points, and over them all tower the still snow-clad peaks ot Saniothv'ace. When your ship forms part of the squadron which is off duty, you lie at anchor of Tenedos and have litflo to do except to watch the aeroplanes soar ing -upwards frojn the ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Receipt" and Pay Office, Wonthaggi. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 20 August 1915

Receipt" and Pay Office, Wonthaggi. The following Grown Grants are awaiting delivery -.--John Bailey, Wil liam Barne.tt, Thomas Alfred Birt, William John Clark, William A. - Forrister, James Glan (the younger), Alexander Vr. H indeock, Isaac Hefford, Bernard L. Krieger, William J. Lee, James Lucas (the younger), David Morgan, Francis W. Phillips, Arthur E. Kigby, William G. Thomas, Alex ander Thompson (2) and John Ward rope. E. J. Bone, J. Gartlan. Geo. Jones, Jno. Martin, G. S. Matthews, Alex. Thomson, F. J. Williams. Leases for L Llewelyn and Alex ander McKinnon, are awaiting de livery and Licenses for the following : Frederick G. Cox, William Holt, Charles S. Shepherdson, Charles E. Strong, Edwin H, Cole, Frederick Appelt, William J. Rurgan, William H. Skinner, Thomas J, Power, Daniel Campbell, Philip G. Powell and Wil liam Bingham.. Accounts awaiting payment:-G. E. S. Fields.

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