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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 December 1893

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Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CRICKET. SUNBURY SENIORS V. 15 SUNBURY JUNIORS [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 December 1893

C R+ i .K E T. SUNBURY SMtORS, Y,5 : SUNBURY JUNIORS:: For the first trophy .mattlhi ,be tveei these clubs. which :,as played on the Recreation Reserve last Saturday, a very strong 15 had been got together by: the Juniors to opp'.se the Seniors, and the. game aroused a.large.amount of public interest, there being, a most excellent attendance of spectators;. Fortunately for all concerned, the weather was' briglit and firie. Thei Seniors: missed tthe services of R. Eadie, who -was unable to attend, but-. otlierwisel . had their .:usual eleen:h:, Geo flHartley won the:- toss from J. T. Johnston and: gave his .op ponents thepreference of batting. J. iT Johnston; who wentin first with WV; Eadie. si? his side a bad example, being bowled' by Bert?,Eedie, before a runl had heei made:. N. Nicliollsinow partnered W.i Eadie and .both: batsmen ..howed coodi formi with the .Willow ; W il. was the first to leave,:being .finely caught by Geo. Hartley for a ',practically -fault!ess 15 'J. Heniiness...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 December 1893

[(We' do-- ?ot "iecessarily -identify ,iuiiseles with the -.opinions expressed ,by our. correspondents.] (TO rE-i OF?oitn or E SUNBUI~tY NEws.) Sir;-With your permission, I would like to offer a few words of comment on Mr Ford's sermon, which: appeared in your last issue. This I would do in no 'unfriendly spirit, but with a desire to help many who are more than ever con ftused, as to how to act with reference to many of the doubtful amusements of to-day ; and with a desire to set forth some of the reasons why many Christians cannot give- any encouragement to the public -dance. Mr ..Ford - :-will, I am sure, most readily welcome any fair alnd ,,.,frank criticism of hlis position.?- Had Mir Ford's sermon been merely delivered -,to his. own congregation, then I Would not have. felt called upon to notice it but as-it was addressed to the geineral public, invited by advertisement, an' d is how offered through- the press, to °a still wider circle, I think I may fairly claim the right, wit...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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SUNBURY LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 December 1893

S4UJ~4iURY LICENSINi, COURT. The shnual sittings of the Sunbury Licensing Court, for the Licensing Districts of Sunbury, Gisborne and Riddell's Creek, were held at the Sunbury Court-house on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, before Messrs O'Meara, Keogh, and Perry, P.M.'s. The court was crowded. TRANSFERS. Mrs Counsel applied for a transfer of the Victorian Alps Hotel, Macedon, from Mrs Kelly. This was an adjourned case. Mr Cohen, of the firm of Pavey I .Wilson and Cohen, Queen-street, Mel bourne, appeared on behalf of the applicant. Inspector Montfort watched ,the case on behalf of the police,- btiiuraised no ohjectioli. `The application for transfer was ,granted. .; .. :Robert. Bradley applied for:a transfer of.the Riddell's Creek: H~otel from J. HFariilton. This was an :?adjour0ned case.. It appears , Mr Hamiltond lost his license, and had not seen° it for twelve months. 1: IrCohen applied for a certificate for .s du plicAte: of license for-MIt : rHamilitoni Inspector Cohen raised ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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DIGGER'S REST. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 December 1893

DI G Ga E;ER' S ; REST., [FROM~ OURO'IFN ~OP.RESPNDENT.] Friday. The annual public .meeting in con-= nection with the , ??chool: picnics and' social evening wias held in the. school room on' rWednesda??, night, 29th ilt. There was a larg'e 'attendance and the: presence of.-several J-qadi augurs: well fr-the suc'c~ss : f tie; movement, which is now looukedup ti";das'in annual affaiir. A -short pfielmibiar-v informal conver .sation- on the great?',uccess.of .last .year's. picnic first tkol -place, and several iligh enicomiunis' w-ere passed on the happy day spent on thiei:banlaks- of Jackson's. Creek. The deternlnationr was .freely expressed to make this year's -Ipieiic a greater success even than it has beeii- in the past. Mr I) Davis was votedi-to the chair, and the ft;llowing appefnit ments were nmade:-Cnimmini ttee-Messrs Cock, Bubeck, D uuncan, M url,;iv; M illett, 1McLeod, Walker, Allison, .Jodeswith full power to add; SecretaPirv i? I?oland;: Treasurer; Mr 2ridediix. T'he fiist...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A SOCIAL EVENING AT THE ASYLUM. A PLEASANT SEND-OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 December 1893

A SOCIAL EVENING A'f T-i?E ASYLUM. A PLEASANT SE\D-OFF. A. most enj$,able 'veting was spont' at the Sunbuilry Asylum on Friday, 1st inst, the occasion being to hid farewell ro; Mr J. Ham ner, who has been a warder at the jinstitution for the past five years. andi w;In was ah,it to he transferred to the Ballarat Asylum the following m'irning. There were present :- .Misses Sa,4e, Peoples, Conway, Fahey, Gloster, Rarvey, O'Sullivan (2), Nolan, Shiels, Davey, O'Connor, Griffen, Burn, M.urphy,. O'Callaghan, Fox, and Bur ton; Dr O'Brien, Messrs Powell. E. Dunn, M. Cahill, W. J. Ryan, W. Porter, C. Molloy, G. Carleton, R. Beggs, and ,I. RBvan. Mr Hammer, during his residence in Sunhury, won the respect of all his brother warders,- and niade himself, by his jovial and courteous demeanor. quite liked by"the township folk. As a token of esteem his brother warders decided to hold. a social evening. in his honor. Turough the kin 1 permisision of Dr O'Brien, who always shows his obl;ging rature ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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JUNIOR CRICKET CLUB. THE BURNING QUESTION DECIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 December 1893

JUINIOR CRICKET CLUB. 2IHE· BUI'RNING QUESTION DEOIDE D.. . A> KmeeLt g of.membei's to the Sunbury rJiTnir.OCricket Club which w as` largely attiid ed, ai held at ithe Mlechanics' Institdte s oni AlondIay evening. Mr Anhderson t (presiden.)-- occtpied the chair. Thie ,minutes :of .the-previous imeeting were read and conffirmed. IThe ex-secretary? Mr: A.? . Boardnian, nas:called upon to explain the object of the meet;ng.: Her said it was called to decide a matter of vital importance. It vas to decide who was the proper person to have possession of the scoring book of the clhb--the secretary or the scorer. ie'rnaintainead that tlie secretary was the correct person, while AMr Beardall, the scoreri clairlied that-hI- should have pisses?ton . of the bookl;' The com mittee at a -recent meeting gave their decisiiniin% favour of the scorer-re= rardless 'Zjof .opposite advice 'from the Melboiurne `7Sportsman, which caused him (the 'secretary) to tender his resign ation which was accepted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 December 1893

Businese k :A LFE~D BUITLE~,?:::I PRACTICAL fit n Rfepa r; neatlyexecuted. Charges'moderale., :'. O-L A Y AYTO N, Painter, Paperhanger .AJTDI GL A ZITE E, All tItrade materials kept on hand at S' EsTImJt A TES Gl VkTo-r. OSIi a1.aS Street BUITEDR AND `CONRACOT AWITH E RTED R? WATERS I Estimates given for all kinds of work. Or Sn ry tr t he i preparattended to BROOK STW i EETL ,K dail - at d. per quart. rles...al Daniry, CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, suJpjutss T)-E SURLOJJ4DING I ISTRIS1 wTi T'[ERATED WATER S UoF THU BEST QUfrUTBY. L?IOoADE, FNCINGLs ,L--S;, :SODA-WIT, ACTORES WHEALAND RA G -Leo. Stauhen, BEGS to inform the Iiit biti? its }of Sunbury that he is prepared to eliver' N E-W Ml;Delir :daily at d. per quar Ioot,. SA Tringal olie Dairy, a..S UNBURYee. OOD, FR ENCHING POLISE "~ BRICKS, &0. JAMES WHELASSER Begs to Notify to the Inihabitnnts of Sunbury that he has OPENED: A WOOD "YA_-RD And Tobcwillelivers ONE TON oi LOAIX of Best Split WHITE, GUM, 5(e. feet; 4 feet,7/6; 2 fva...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 9 December 1893

JOB)3 PRINTING' Joib iIu Is 4rIT DISPAT~CH. .. - ": I I ip n c ý »'it LS'd a l `1s f ,S1 t',' rY':t.Y agg :U .l'ý ý< <ý. , ' ý . .Busrness ' .!- -·;;·1.?", I ,·fli? ?.?V~k,[? '. R E P r E 3SII '" +n .l Siu: io ,,,'?.V? ,,?' 1 0: I o"e.tu tho ... p'', 'othe Z 1.- or u I 1 ~ .al .. ·, N 'o~th -rjf . .. , , ..e w o .. .... +C 0 , • ,, S :;. .?i L a t ''1mu I . .. . . PER QUARSTEr,.+ 0 \anl;el .t . I . , , . 0.. S',t ,i.At to 8i 0' . ,, n. liii;·,P 8~ ·il;ti~ * ; 1 0 :? ,,l";vt~ i ,qa ... .. . ,, : -I 0 ".. 1l' ,1:crii ......, ... ..0I . h',,lie . .......... 2O ,,,,t [,,,. 2.0 . oieo .1- . ., ,, :4~ TN URE .o . " 0 '+..S:iai+'i_. a,? :..l•tiO rflI5 :iA Iti.'i'tln u t bl. -e:; LIFE I TUE Solonial :Mutual The Sufferer's Best Friend. o I + All Disorders afil-ti;ig tlhe ,i'eri. Stontaeh, anlld ,,iwel. /, ThsPills can be confidently recommenled as themost certain remedy for indi genzon." fl~tAulencdy, acidity, heartburn. i:colic con.tia': tion; and all trhe nany mialadi...

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CASES OF SUSPENDED ANIMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 December 1893

CASES OF SUSPENDED AN1IMA.TON. . " It is well known that remarkable eoses t f suspended animation Lhav-occurred, thr fakirs or religious mendicants sometime allowing themselves to be laried for certai:-: specified times in order to piove the reality of their claims. Several instances of thi,: kind have been verified: by credibl] witnesses, but one such case was placel beyond all possible doubt:by the presenco cf a number of witnessed of prominenc'. In 18S37 Sir Claude Wad~,. thoe 8ritis) resident at the Court cf Looadianah witnessed the performance by a fakir oos this feat. T'he man was put into a liner. bUi, the bsg was put into a large locked box, which was deposited in a cell in t1, middle of a brick vvrlt, every opening t. which was walled up and sealed. As supreme precaution a guard was set, foi. soldiers patrolling the -idc of the vau!,. night and day. At the ,'nd of six weeks, th;. vault was opened, tie hboy tlak In out, ar. tle most e: reful exuaina~rin by skilled Eglish sur...

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MEN NEVER GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 December 1893

ME N NEVER GOSSIP. ' How you women do love t- gossip I" Ex claimed Jaysmith to his wife, as she came in. from a: conference with. her opposit, neighbor. : ' Oh,. we don't gossip much," remarked Mrn Ja smith " Don't, hey ! Why, .two women cin' meet without pouring intc each other's ea an assorted lot of tittle-tattle. If men we; as fond of goesipping about their ueighbon as women are, they'd have no time to atte,' to business, and then ,you women would b in a nice fix, wouldn't you, with no more comin. into the house ? I can't imigin, such curiosity' as women have about otht? people's affair." I' i'm suT I don't gossip, Mr Jaysmitb. You:never hear me talking about my neigh. bors." 'Don't, hey 1" " No, sir you don't 1 Why, even whe Mrs "MIiackle left town zisth a 'marries man lest week, and Isanw her go, I nhve: breithet a word about it to a living soul." I hthat's thatn " cx 'alined Jaysmith `" rs aiMcCrackie left town' with a m frrier mian,; "and'her husband in Europe on a ba~sines ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 December 1893

N. WIMBLE, (Late Secretary for Lands and Registrar cf Land Tax), Valuer, Land, Estate. Financial, and Selectors' Agent, 317 OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Crown Tenants' Business Promptly Atte- e?id to. 410,000 TO LEND in large and small sums OL Ipproved grazing and agricullurAl farms, SENulii f4iAGIC SOAP fingf5 c t ~rntntrent, io ,o . ont . tofwever . GIs?. People Ouiq ' ,cation; are atways sq trouile tziP1 : tapa aPe picPCed " oii8tA arro PATEL..]TA Obtained in Colonies and elsewhere 1tr ik. proved methods or applianees, tools, &o,, ot any description. Full information, costs, &c., sent on'applI. cation to A. O. SACG SE, 0.E., a WouRn" Patents and Trade ;Marks bmcs. CORNER CoLLIHO s & WILLIAM STS .,L , MELBOURNE.. ~ ,2~- NEMBLEMRFS OF PU?RrtF MDELCASTE PFRE A RICH ".{ SWEET RARE uLAS11 PUNGENT H1 "r 0 DA % STILL HOLDS THE FIPSgT PLACE IN POPULAR FAVOR. BE' WARE OF IMITATIONS. SFRAGRANT I

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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SENSIBLE TO REPROOF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 December 1893

SENSIBLE TO REPROOF. A t.uching story is told of Professori Black ' He was once lecturing to a new class. A student rose to read a paragraph,; ha bo,k in his left han1. " Sir," thuedered: Biackin, "hold your book in your right hand I" 'arid, as the student would .hs?aF spoken, " No words, sir I Your right hand,'I I say I" The stu,'ent held up his right arm, ending piteonuly at the stump of its wrist. SSir, I have nae right land I" he said - and his voice was unstealy. Before Blackle could open his lis? there rose a storm of hisses, and by it his voice was overborne as by a wild sea. When it finally ceased the Professor quietly left his place and went down to the student he had unwittingly hurt, and put his arms arronud the led's shoulders and drew him close. " My boy," said Blarkie-he spoke very softly, yet nut so softly but that every word wae audible in the hush that had fallen in the classroom "my bny, you'll forgive me that I was over rough ? I did not know-I did not know !" He ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FRUIT RINDS AND DIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 December 1893

FRUIT.RITNDS AND DI GESrION. - t-.is.generally.understood that the rind.cer "skin" of some fruit is more or Jess in;+i2 gestibld, but it is not, perhaps so generally; known" that. all fruit skins are of an unwhole-. soma nature. We say' all fruit, and 'the, statement' mst be understood to inc!ude thei pellicle Oi' kerhels and nufs bf all' kinds I The a&ihle pa-t of fruit is peculiarly: elicate, and liab!e to rapid decomposition if' exposed to, the atmoniphere; it ii, therefore,; a:-ise provision of nature to puace a strongi and impervious coat over it, as a protection against accident, and to prevent insects from destroying the ee ithin. Thei skinl of plums is wonderfully strong compared; with its hickness, anli resists the action of: water and many solvents in a remarkable' manner. If not thoroughly masticated, before it is taken into the stomach, this skini is rarely, if ever, dissolvel by the 'gastric? juic s. In some cares, pieces adhere to the' :'oats of the stomach, ca...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE HOME CIRCLE. NINE (HYGIENIC) COMMANDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 December 1893

THE HOME CiRCLE. NINE (HYGIENIC) COMMIANDMENT'S. 1. Any man who does not takp tim . f.r exercise will probably have to take time to be ill. 2. Body and mind are both gifts, and f ir the proper use of them our Maker will hold as responsible. 3. Exercise gradually incrro-,es the phy sical powers, and gives more strength t") re sait, sickness. 4. Exercise will do for your body what intele.ctuali training will do for your minl educate and strengthen it. 5. Plato called a man lame because lhe exercis d the mind while the body wss aliowed to suffer. 6. A sound body lies at the foundation of all that goes to make life a success, Exercie will help to give it. 7. Light and brisk exercises, nrxt to aleen. will rest the tired brain better than anything else. 8. Metal will "rust if not used, and the body will come diseasedd it not exercised. 9. A man " too busy" to take care of his health is like a workman too busy to sharpen his tools.

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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AUSTRALASIAN BUTTER IN ENGLAND A COLONIAL COMMITTEE FORMED. PRICES TO BE FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 December 1893

. AUSTRALASIAN BUTTER INI ENGLAND A COLONIAL COMMITTEE FORMED. PRICES TO BE FIXED. One of the most important movements in connection with the sale of colonial butter in this country (writes a London correspondent, Nov. 19) has taken prac tical shape this week. Those best acquainted with the sale of butter during the last few seasons have regretted the absence of some official organisation among the commission agents, which could have done something to regulate the prices, and thus have prevented l?ss accruing to the colonial producer. This organisation has now to all intents and purposes become au fazt accompli. On Thursday a meeting of the five principal agents who sell butter on commission met at the offices of Messrs Reynolds and Co., of New Zealand and London, t and passed a resolution binding them selves into a committee that should meet every Thursday about 4 o'clock, just after the receipt of the price I fixed in Copenhagen, and then and there 1 fix the price of finest coloni...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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VALUE OF THE THAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 December 1893

VALUE OF THE THAMES. In connection with the value of the river Thames to the mercantile interests of the English metrcp-lis a good story is related of James I. and the lord mayor of London. James, as was often the case during hie reign, was upon a certain occasion in great need of money, and he applied to the corporation of London for the loan of twenty thousand pounds This gentle request the corporation refused, and the king, in high dudgeon, sent for the lord mayor and the chief of the aldermen, and having scolded them severely for what he termed their disloyalty, he insisted upon their raising the money for him. "Please your majesty," said the mayor, " we cannot give you what we haven't got." " You must get it," declared the king. " We cannot," said the mayor. "I will compel you !" cried James, with a stamp of his foot. " But your majesty cannot compel us to :lo th.t wbich is beyond our power," retorted the mayor. ,'No !' exclaimed the king, angrily. ' Then I'll ruin your city fo...

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"WAIT A BIT!" [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 December 1893

."WAIT A BIT!" 'Jason," said Mrs Ca!liper to her husband, as they sat at dinner, "'as I was going down Broa. vay this morning I stopped to look it. the -windo of a picture store. While I wa standing t.here I saw coming up Broadway a man in working clothes, who looked as though he might be a laborer. He had a pleasant face and an independent manner I rather liked his appearance, and yet he was not a-man whom I would have expected tc see take any particular interest in art, and I was a little EurpriFed to sea him turn toward the picture st ore, and I felt rathtr curious to sac what kind ,f pictures would interest him most. As I dlanced at hire-" " Cynthia," said Colonel Calliper, " I am surprised that a woman of your exa.erience and obser;ation should for a momen' imagine that the love of art is minopoHis by any particular' set of: persons ; therd are many persons of comparatively .limited means whose love of the beautiful is inborn. and who may indeed be as discerning and as appreria...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 December 1893

NEWS AND NOTE S, The ordinary monthly meeting of the Bulla Shire Council will be held at the Shire Hall on Thursday next. We notice that the Sunbury Cerne tery has of late undergone quite a complete renovation. The footpaths have been nicely attended to by Mr Monaghan, to whom the work was entrusted, and the long grass which tends to give a place of the kind the appearance of a wilderness, has been completely cleared off the ground. A cemetery should always be kept free from shrubs, and neat and clean, and it is satisfactory to see that the trustees of the local one intend keeping it in "apple pie" order. They have a good energetic secretary in Mr MeMahon, which means a lot, and which is almost indispensable in a case of the sort. fMr R. Davis magnanimously lent his roller while the work was in operation. Vespers, sermon and benediction, were conducted at St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Sunbury, on Sunday" night. The vespers were sung through very creditably by the choir for the fi...

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STEAM FOR ROAD WAGONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 December 1893

STEAM FOR ROAD WAGONS.. Fone five years ago M. Serpollet produced his remarkable bailer, in which steam is in. stantaneonauly generated in a coiled tube, and since then he has successfully placed motors on tricycles and light road vehicles of various kinds. In his latest trials he has demonstrated the fitness of steam power for military and large passenger wagons. A wagon tested has a u eight "when leaded of 9,5001bs, carries passengers or merchandise weighing 3,3001bs, and travels on ordinary roads, surmounting slopes of 1i in 100 without difficulty, at a rate of over 10 miles an hour. Fuel and water can be:carried for a run of 25 miles. About 91lbs of coal and 401be of water are used for each mile, the expense being not more than that of horses. Striking advan taces of the Serpollet generator are its light. niss and the readiness with which several times the usual.power can be instantly deve. ioptd,

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