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Empire Day. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

Empire Day. On Friday, 4,th May, there was a .splendid attecdance of parents and the public generally at Ouyen State s~chool to celebrate Empire Day. The .usual ceremonial program was gocne through early, and shortly before 11 .o'clock, when the principal part of the proceedings was started, the whole accommodation was closely packed. Mr Tilley, head teacher, said they were assembled that morning to do honor to a brave soldier. On the same daze last year they also hon osed another brave scldier, and they would always revere the n:emory of the two men who while teaching in the school had won the love of both scholars and people, and later, as soldiers, had done their duty ably and well. They had also present a man who was that day celebrating his 90th birthday (Mr Johnston), and, further, there was also present Pte. Taylor, who was wounded by the same shell which killed Pte. R. Vine, whose photo they would presently unveil. Mr A. W. Cooper commenced by a.pologising for the unavoidabl...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Wheat "Pool." THE "AGE" WAKES UP. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

The Wheat " Pool" THE '" AGE "' WAKES UP. With reference to demands which are becoming more and more pres Ssing tbhat the details of the financial operations of the Aurnralian whFDeat "pool" should be published, it is pointed out that the Victorian WVheat Commission publishes oericiicaily statements of its accounts, the latest of these bhving reviewed the position as at 30th June last It is signifi cant, nevertheless, that no ot~her State has adopted the same course, so that, to all intenLs and purposes, the finances of the "upool' as a whole are not disclosed. It has been stated anoicially that the pro portion of net earnings byI t'he agents in this State would work out at be tween Q~d and O0d per bushel on the grain handled. But some of the firms have represen:atioln also on tbh lists of accredited agents oI o:hez States, and what is calHea for, and called for with justification, is a corn prehensive sLt~temeu?, setting et! clearly and fulyF :he amounts that have been paid to the ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

'f .; ~" r y EAD OFFICE 3 SYDo:;Ey, fr : .* . Cities and Towns of Australia, London, Warminster (Salisbury P!ain). and Raba.?uL c~'5 remrittance; made to. anld drafts draws on foreign paces dir: rc. goryeg. S nab ti ? ted and collected. Letters of credi~ i?'i to anp part t- t? ?w.r' 3 n It Exchae Businea of evey deseription tran. ted wiziin the Com co itl . united Kingdom 'ad abroad. Cur-et accunts tpeaed. a.. z - dOn e.i3 deecsits. Advances made agai:s approved Securities Savings Bank, Department Ainimun t I l . ti? s 8'ranches, anrd over 2750 Agesncies a3 Inteftest at S Post Offices in Auatras?., Papua, Solomon per ann uren. jj- Islands, N?w Sritain, and The Pacific, up to £30'0 INTE, STATh an.d INT3?NRATIONAL SarvingR ank Facilities. MES KELL, Deputy G^vernor 1913 DEIISON MILLER, Governor --SPECIAL IRICES FOR CASH ORDERS.----? IRONIOINGER, BOOT RETAILER, BETC. C;,TiCEiS, I :'ERS, AND IROM-''- OUYEN. ::d.1 E BAN, POLLARD. WIRE OF AL.T- DE~i; '?T;t, - T CL.URRENT RTES. WHEEL RIGHT!...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

For ChiZdna's Sa~ackiurg &ug at aJgkt. Waood&' G'Jrca~e~ppeint Care, 1/6, zp - For Chrenie Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 & 2/9 Grand Concert BY THE -Linga Concert Party Wednesday Next, 12th inst. Proceeds To Forth!coming Fair Admissioi - 2s and is Dance To Follow Gents, .s Gd. Ladies a basket Mrs A'Deckett ion bMiss VWiUnnghby Secs. DO ITNOW FPARMERi, avoid disappoint ment and took Your HARVEST ING REQUIREMENTS at Once. Cornsacks Binder Twine Sewing Twrine Harvesting & Engine Oil WE are now booking orders for above lines Roberts AND Gillespie PhRONE 9. OUYEN Employers' Liability. YOU MUIS INURE YOUR EMPLOYES AGAINST ACC1 DENT. The STATE INSURANCE OFFICE Is the only Oflico W;.ieeh gives Cash Bonuses on the Basine~ placed with it. WILL. A. RITCHIE. "' Mail" Office, Agent. For Mimed Men Prepared to Join FOR HOME AND EMPi .mfrs (Cr a 3eldier Toa FrnihlyF-? .4rº;plye with tPa. P af ifulbandj TVta FartO=e Incapacitaeal. it IIu : d LI A...

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Better Take Note. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

Better Take Note. The Water Commission finds that there is still a good deal of misap prehension in regard to the quantity of water which farmers were allowed to take in the districts supplied by the Wimmera-Mlaliee scheme. The chairman stated that on his recent visit to Quambatook a number of landowners asked whether there was any charge for filling tanks in addi-! Lion, tJ tthe uzuiorsy ??a1 that was charged by the commission. The only charge made by the commission is the rate, and "or that farmers could fil withcut extra cost as many large tanks as they desire, provided they took the water when the chan nels were runr ema. Tea trouil;j is laat larmers wiii not make tanks big e ougb, and as authority has now been given to take proceedings against those who do not Cprvide uttcient tank capacity a list is being prepared of all landowners who have sot made this recessry. prx. The m-aimum :ank caPcity on each [ ho:.sing ci 640 acres should not be less than 2500 .ubii y rds, although t...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Ouyen Mail WED., JUNE 5, 1918. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

's3re eMdc1es e7v WVEED.,JUN- 5, 1918. Local and, GeneraI. SMonday was the King's Biithday, but in deference to the expressed wish of his Ma?jesty. the celebration n as a quiet and sober cue. So far as Ouyen is concerned, the only sign of the holiday was the closed business places, and the absence of postal and telegraphic facilities. It is 39 years on Friday next since the Loch Ard was wrecked near Port Campbell, on the southern coast .of Vctola. Of the whole of the passengers and crew, only two were saved, an apprentice named Tom Pearce, and a young lady, Eva Carmichael. According to romance the coupleshotr.l- have atrried; they didn't, each marrying someone else. Pearce.stuck to the sea and was afterwards finally claimed by Davy Jones. There is a peculiar fatality attaching to the Pearce family, who have followed the se. for genera tions. Pe rce's grandfather, father and son ha-ve ail gone to the sea in. answer to Davy Jones' call. A neat compliment was paid to the visiting soldi...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

:p liike theae. t!le Vise aI:n w;i e. e . Y.i cnr. do it m eo~ Effectively LAT _G i .... -- . . . . .. .. .. .... . .:e?. ?.,?,?j 1 ?. EIGHTHI-ST., -- ILD UTI \. T2hey Ilavez 'For Sama Ia r?kl in' Bridles from 10! to 17;6 each ; 6 doz. Plow Collars £ 1I0/ each; 'z). le-t Collars £1 12/6 each : 3 doz. best Spiders and Bellybands, 1- in. 'atent hook 25/; 3 doz. Ditto, 1. in. patent hook 22/6; 6 doz. ditto, 1? in. plain ,ok 1 E; 6 doz. ditto, I. in. plain hIook.lS/6 ; 3 doz. dray saddles :3716 ; 4 doz. Iry lreechings 37/6 ; 2-ton plow Lead Chains 104. lb. : 7 doz. pair heavy harnes lot top 14/16 pair ; 4 doz. ditto knob top 151 pair; 12 doz. pair best solid Leather linkers 13/6 each; 9 doz. pair second- best ditto 1016 each; 12 doz. Riding :lbilea fronm £3 10 to £7 101 each ; 28 plow Backbands, 3 in., at 8/6 each; Sset, 1B'gy Harness £5 5/ to £3 10!:; 39 pair best Drill Pole Straps at 91 pair; 20 pair second best drill Pole Straps at 8/ pair. The above Prices are for %ash With Order 'h...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Look Back. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

Look Back. Ten years is a short neriei is history. Yet rhe same period has meant a great deal to Ouyver. L? is very little more than that since a Scto w.ns taken of what was the only building in the town, ft was a 'veritable humpy, built of pine posts a in covered priacip Ily with chaff bags and hessian. That was in i903 About thIs time a sale of to.vnship blocks was held, and on the east side of the raiiway line, prices of g7 and XS per lot were obtained and the wiseacre grinned at the simplic ity of th se who thus threw their money away. We know, .so there's nothing to. argue about. Two years later the Bank of Victoria opened a br'once, acna it says so.mething for the (orejight of the diretors that they recogutsed the possibilities of abe 'center. ELrly irs 19 L, the OIuyen XfAmLu made its bow to an ex pectant wor.d, anl tee, tiwn might. be said 'to be fai:ly launched. An other three ye:rs .sa.' ,the district- Sad the whole of Au -tralia practi cally- in the throes :f the. greates...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Inconsistency. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

Inconsistezcy. " COn you hapitL ? " writes as on the Niurrayville licensin. decisin as follows. We publish his l~eter s.i ply because our colur?3a are ope: to the public inmterest--not b=c?ue w?e have any feeling in the matter : The ways of a Licasing Bench are indeed hard to fatbhom. As yon know, at.Ouyen, partly on.accounnt of the resolution passed by the coun oil, protesting against wood?z atre rnr=s, De rd *ccatll d, daring Lne hearing, rnhat under no circuum stances would they entertain a pro psition for a woode'- buildiog when a s t fcetotry one for hrtck or etcae w-ts put before them. The licensing inspector elsn, at OQlyen, was most uncompcomisiIgly oppo ed to a wa.deu buildig for the M:altee. Yet at Murrayville, though the council, at its meeting, passed a similar resolu tiou as regards the West Riding to that which was put before the couru at Ouyen, and Mvr Pickering, the president, gave evidence to that etfect, the inspector. recommendei and ~be Board granted a lijence to...

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Underbool Utterings. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

Underbool Utterings. While we are proud of our volun- teers, we are none the less glad to welcome home those who have done their bit and returned. Recently a double ceremony took place here, a welcome home being extended to Corp. J. ,Martin, Pres. W. Lang, W. Sharp, and H. Faulkhead (the latter being a Linga hero), and a send-off to Gordon Cotter, who goes across the water to uphold his, and our, end. Naturally the circumtances drew a big crowd, and the time passed mer- rily. In the intervals of dancing and incidental speeches. songs were rendered by Mr J. Tanner, Misses Sheltens, Callahan, Morris and D. Payten (Boulka). The speechmakers were Messrs A. McDonald, A. B. Hill, W. Gazzard and the chairman, Mr H. Anderson. To destroy rabbits, Mr J. McCor- -mack laid a quantity of phosphor- ised baits, but unfortunately laid the dish full of baits down where his pigs could get at it. As a result, 17 of them died, and poisoned pork is not good, except possibly for foxes. Another of the enj...

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Recruiting Rally. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 5 June 1918

There was a goodly attendance at Ouyen station on Wednesday to give the Returned Soldiers' Band and the squad of recruits a welcome. The school children, bearing a couple of Red Cross Fete banners and quite an array of miniature flags, were lined up, and as the train came to a stand-   still, gave three hearty cheers and sang a verse of the Heroes of Lone- some Pine. The soldiers seemed pleased if one judged by the looks on their faces. After the introduc- tions, a procession was formed and, headed by the band, marched to the hall, via Rowe and Pickering streets. Here the president of the shire ex- tended a hearty welcome to the visi- tors. Incidentally, he mentioned the fact that in spite of all other claims Walpeup shire holds the record for any municipality in the Common- wealth for the nmmber of soldiers actually sent to the front in propor- tion to population, a remark which called forth hearty applause from the visitors. Sergt. Collins, on behalf of the band and s...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 June 1918

RECRUITING READY RECKONERf For Married Men Prepared to Join the AJ.F. FOR HOIME ANEND EMPIRE. WI ? *i ' 7"oL.y. if luibad KiifA. 1Sf' Tra Ancparitrted. A Wife sad No Childrea... £4 9 1 £4 !0 0 £2 0 A Wife and 1 Chil.d . 4 15 1 J ? Io 0 £3 0 0 A Wife and 2 Children ... £5 0 4 £6 5 9 £3 15 0 A Wife and 3 Children . £5 5 7 15 0 £4 5 0 A Wife and 4 Children - ,£5100 1 £7 0 £4 15 0 In addition to tho arote, there is I/- per day deferred pay, amounting to £iS 5s. a year, whtich the Soldier draws in a lump s,:m on his return. Then again a man has to reembe that he is fid aud clothed while in the A-I.F., which is a bi- item to consider. Don't forget, t?, tha' th rates quoted above are for the 1rivate. Any promotion yoa get in ?ink .mean a considerable increase all round. State Refrui~tng Committee of Victoria. zsoursaearL. S air; fa'c, 1917-. Shire of Walpeup. WEST RIDING. TENDERS. Tenders are invited for the following work:1 Contract No. 393 Rnbble Formation, between. Block 43-74, Dudldo 3...

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Never or Now. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 June 1918

Never or Now.. [The following was recently republished in "Chambers's Journal" as being appru priate to the present crisis. It was writ ten in 1862. soon after the outbreak of the American Civil War.2 AM APPEAL. Listen, young heroes! your country is calling ! Time strikes the hour for the brave and the true I Now, v.liie she foremost are fighting and f:aling. Flit ;t the r--nks that have opened for you! You whom the fathers muade free aul de fended, Stain noc the sero!l that emblazons their You whc.e fir- bedrptagspotlJepote deseendd, L:.ive not your ehildren t ir bri.ght of shame ! Stay not for questDionus while Freedom Wait nob till Honor lies wrapped in his .all i ~rief the lips' ineeting be, swift the hands' clasping, 'Off to the wars !' is enough for them all! lhrom tie hrt plains where -they perish ontnumbered. -. Fnrrowed and ridged by the battlefield's plow, Come the ioud summons; too long you ShIave sinuhnered, Irj- the I'ns Angel-trump---NEVER oE Now. -Oliver w7asdel Holme...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 June 1918

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coaghs and Colds, never fails, 16, 29 "TH B R ED SHOP" ' ? OKE "STR'F- EET, OUJYEN ._.t....._ (tPEiONE 4), - I -. . . . .. .. . "T 5... ? -' - iHo Of eingo the Follo wing' Lines Sat Bedrock: Prices for Spot Cash : B KING POWE?ER .? 10 lb t.ino GRIA\I of TAR\TART 5-. er !b . F1LON0~Y[AJ and LEMiO\ JAf, 10:i iib tins; 2s 54 5!b .. ·Best RO.E2LER -PLOUR, 05Qlb, 20s Swa!ow and Ariel|'s aBLOC C AKES, 29b, 2s 3d each POTATOES. (_-ae ÷ .. ?."; 9a ' er b." All sorts of Reliable GAQR ,RE SSEDS-3- "bw' Somner" and "Tip Top") .Ord?irs taken fc-, Pl,.?s. and Trees of ?ai descriptioi. Orders Called For on MONDAY AND THURSDAY SGoods L'elivt7r'd on TTESTSDLY AND FRIDAY Good St~ock bf D£?[- E - .for Winter Wear-Piece Goods, Ladies. Cosm:iais, Unidrea' ~'J ohing, .all Rnage Fleece Lined Goods for Women and Chiidren'Y WebTr, en a?nidl Bay's Suits, Ladies and Children's Overcoi.t, ts., e'e. ..-Bori and S;*oez in good Supply. A GREAT SALE of ltarge assortmenti of Salva...

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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 June 1918

Wedding Bells. On 25th May last, a v-ry pretty wedding was celebratrd at Franks ton, thn parties beiug T. K. Sac-, mers (late A.i.F.), third son of Mr J. ii. Sur 'zmers, of UndZrtooL 53nd Margaite:, third daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Young, of Frankston. The brilde, who was given -wayv by her father, looked charming in a dainty white frock of crepe de chune and georgette, with the customaryv veil ead wreath. Miss Jean Yong aced as bridesmaid, and lr b. C. Young (late A.I.F.) supported nhe bridegro.m. After the ceremony, the~ rEaives and a few of the most intlms·te frie-n 3, A stre bride were eLetker±a'm. ' "Eionara," the xesidence of 4 he ~ride a parents, where the weddiog breakiahst was partaken of. A1t, e i usual .oasts had been honozed, tabe .L4py .iouple left by train for ',i -a rat, where Lhe honeymoon was spent. Following is the liast of presents : Bridegroom to bride, gold broo-ch; ulooe to tridegroom, pLpe; brdi groom to bridesmaid, peari and gold bro ch; Mrs Young (mother of b...

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The Red Cross Effort. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 June 1918

The Red eros~ Effort. To each and every one of those who took part in ihe big fete last week in aid of toe British Red Cross &ociety, there mu-t remain a feeling of satisfaction. Despite the preseni sightness f the financial chest, peopL, slways seem to he able to gather sufb ficient to help a gco cause. Every appeal made tinds a geuerous re iponse, and it is wel that such should be the case. Nothing we can do, itjher now or hereafter, is too muoh bor the lads who are aoing their nt most to uphold cur, as well rs their own, cause. ionoe and glory are sil right, but they feed no mouths. ?adriotisn, as evinced by the waving of flags and cheering good speeches, is very good in its way, but they provide no comfort for the sick aod maimed in hospital or rest home. T'us the necessity for aid frnmn tihose who, either by ccmpulsion or c~ime, prefer to stay ast ome. a e. ek in and week out the cry comes from the front for comforts for the wounded and at least a sustenance for the unf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 June 1918

SROIERS, DRAPERS, ILONhMONGERS, ME.RHHNTS, MIND OMiA1SSI0N amND MARHINERY a6ENTS. -R BERTOTS B& iLLES IEB Opposite Post Office, _ __ Okte r Ouyen @HEAPEST A AND - BEST - IN A- LL - LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING M~AKERS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND fACHINERY. -The Power In The Farmer's Hand. DO YOU NEED AN ENGINE ? A SIMPLE ENGINE. LARGE POWER WITH MINIM-UM WEIGHT. A DUST PROOF ENGINE NOT AFFECTED BY WEATHER CONDITIONS. I:F YOU REQUIRE THIS YOU WILL -BUY An Australian=-Made JELBART! - Zomplete Chaffcutting PlaPnts right up-to Sate. Capacity one ton upwards. Price from £97. Fnrther Particulars From S. GRA?eE, OUYEN. Qalrendon (olle,, BALLARAT. Combined wibi St. Andrew's l'resbyterian Girls' College. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL ..Approved School for Government scholars o frineipal: Miss Cramp; Vice-Principal: 'Miss Ida Cramp, M.A., (lst class lhonors.) : Singing and Voice Training : [Miss Dron het. of the Mtlhourne Cons. (pupil of MJadame Melba). •'iane: Miss MaJhel Cramp, M.A., A.T....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 June 1918

?fr s a PE RFE'CTLY ?ainless Extractions, 2s bd -:--acw ll my special methnod .ave hilst I am extracting, I will torfeit your tney-. ''ea'tiful, perfect litting Sets, £3 c^'n.('li.T..,! tear after vear ijyfc('.<-iet~t<isni ;. Amigam fillings, from 5/; Porcelain,. ,if. God tl'h, on plarte, f reom ri ^'visl PERFECTLY ~ delines Loose Plateis, from &bd triartiM"3 by moy spec'ial iletliadt i.ar aCVlfi tbetusefves to be all I <hl:tin fer e have tusanubes of the best antd mos .ittiii * a"*d if an atom of pain is felt ffhilst Il u estracting, I will forfeit yonr Toney. Bieautiful, perfect titting Sets,£3 ; An'alyda fillings, from 51; Porcelain, '7/6 told Teeth, on plates, from 15/; noact'eelin? Loose Plates, from &1 I. We iavte tliunsands ot the best and most atnural Teeth in Australia to choose from, td our work is dono by experts only. jauirice Thomas, (Kecor ied by Dental Board) Sargr;es at VIOTORIA AVENULE, Albert 'Park, Melbourne. Ati?ed...

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TALKING BACKWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 June 1918

TALKING BACKWARDS A lady went to have her form filled up by an aSgnt of the Co-operativo In urance Sodiety. She got a little 4ocular with him, and in the course of the patter remarked: You kl;ow, I ,alk backwards sometime." So he gent on to fill the form, and asked .t her ige. "Oh," she said, scrat- Sag her fais??e lo?oks. "I it l7." £My mar lady," ho said, "when will you -'ease to Iak bckwards?" Motlzhr:: "When the boy threw tone- nt ;yo:1, why d:dn't. you come rnd til nma?" Bobby: "'Heau.e, amr,,-a, I can throw :ra'e- back bett-r than you. He's mor, likely to gt hit.' The following appeared as a c~-ter :ailor's advertisement: "' b an- p Jogs and kicksies builder, wn'*. upper Ge:jnijams; suipped ona o vay pI. n. with moleskins of hankey-- .-nk'- co sign, with a double fakcmrcunt iown ti iders and artful bottoms tI htom, -.ith kicksies out pe.-tnp, ialf- 1iat, jr to drop loose over the trot'ner, with fancy vests made lo flash tie aickey, or to fit tight round the crs?gl"

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DAY [?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 12 June 1918

Dalgzht is tite'ticg th:-cdt:g.Lie.t.it dows o:a te w'cuh" i'vma the i!'tzice b. broken by the whirrizg of an a-,'irm oLoG.- The ingij-cr; .iise cl .c .iLo(si it ie strtcf' or gri:i' that,. s arasc., thi? bacitelor-' iqarEvres fro;m tth tactory. fWe etller l?t e ginaeroaor arid vwaile he is buy wiit the gi producer and engine I glaierc aro.ud. tv,=-r,. thing .s s.p-ok 'AlU- sp;ia. A." , -thi iength f t?'.' :t.i:, . . .. . . eg:inc, stuaa n ::.:.6 :1. tno L : ?r.-. iLio a;di·.u;ii rocm iiui.,.'- g..a-ju.id;,.;er pai'nt and to"t ý-1.: ai.-;-. The t.;:::cer it- tiii.ald Li the fan, and alter giving the eng p r. few revolutl.i,, with rhe aid o? c.O - pressed air, it i. soon running stteauil w-ith the gas. in a little while the r,-,-ri.¢rat~,cs are spinuing merrily. The day's work has ESgu.. I leave the ecgineer to it, and wa!k into the butter-rocm. It is a spacious and Illoty rooia, spotlessly cl;eau and sweet smeiii:g. At the back, on a raised stage, are six large oream vats, im mediat...

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