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FUNERAL OF MR. J. C. E. MURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 2 February 1892

FUNERAL OF MR. J. C. E. MURPHY.   The mortal remains of the late Mr. J. C. E. Murphy, proprietor of the Southern Mail, were carried to their last resting place at     Rosehill cemetery, Mittagong, on Friday   afternoon last, As evincing the respect entertained for the deceased during his life time it may be mentioned that during the hours of the funeral many shutters were up and blinds drawn. The cortege moved from Mr. Murphy's house in Main street at about   3 p.m. It was headed by the Mittagong Brass Band playing the "Dead March in Saul," and in front of the hearse marched the members of the Gordon Lodge of the Independent Order of Good Templars, of which the deceased was a prominent member. Before the coffin left the house a portion of the burial service was read by the Rev. K. A. Corner in the presence of Mrs. Murphy   and her daughters, who, conforming to existing custom, did not themselves attend the...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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BUNDANOON. PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

bundanoon. (From our Correspondent PEOflBESS COMMITTEE. A meeting of this Cominlttco took place on Mon day evening but nothing of any publio impoitanco transpired. PAVER EXPRESS. This is becoming a favorito train with picnic onrties, A party of 13 arrived from Bowral on Mon. Sov and they roturued by tlio 7,30 p.m. train highly pleased with tho grand day's outing amongst such , wonderful sconory as this plnco nficuda. ' CKICKET, A mateh was played between tho single and married men belonging to tho club on Saturday last, which resulted in a win for tho oinf;b; ::o marriago must bo a failure. I am plcasca to c.-jy that tho necessary funds havo now boon collccU-d, nnd a mat his been ordered, co tho club 10 no\? on ft fair way to a grouparous careor. i'lSIXOK TRAVHC. The different boardiug catabliohmenti aro aU full and the towuship at times \m n Uvely appear #aca *r/V« -a '

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WILD'S MEADOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

WILD'S MEADOW. A concert under tho auspices of tho Wild's Mesdow aud Burrawang Anglican Church was held in the Carringtoa Hall, Wild's Meadow, on Tues day evening. Considering tho uncertain nature of the weather, tho tttcndanco was very fair, thero being about n hundred persons present. Tho Rev. D T. Smith presided, nnd tho following prosrammo was successfully carried out Overture, ' Bombay Galop,' Mrs. Tildsloy ; song, 'Old Madrid. Miss Montgomery; cong. 'Tho Old Loch, Mi^Greoa b»lRh ;l nong, ' Hor Bright Smilo,' Mr. Hucsey s none, 'Grandma,' Miss May lildsloy ; cong, ' Jeremiah,' Mr. F. L. Breakwell {encore, ' My Tom'); song, Mr. George Lcfevrc. Part II— Overture, 'Carmen,' Mr. nnd Mrs. Lefovro ; song, '« Slipping Stone,' Miss Tildsloy ; song, 'Naughty,' Mr. 15. Montgomery: song, 'Tit for Tat.' Miss Grccnhalgh ( encore , 'Dublin Bay J; comio song, Mr. Breakwell. Tho singing generally was a groat success, and nnuiorous encores wore demanded. A marriago comedy by Mossrs. II. D. Hnss...

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WILD'S MEADOW V. MOSS VALE WARATAHS [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

Wild's Meadow v. Moss Vale Wabatahs. A'match was played between the abovo teams on the Wild'a Meadow wioUet on Saturday, afternoon lost, and resulted in a draw in favor of tho homo team. Appended are tho scores ? Wild's Meadow. E. C. Dunne, b J. Fleeton ? 6 J. Cupitt, b Murray ... .. .. 52 A. Brown, h n w, b J. Fleoton ... 8 E. Hawkins, c and b J. Fleeton ... 37 H, Msckey, c G. Fleeton, b J. Fleeton 3 H. Mooro, run out ? 18 F. Breakwell, c Brovitt, b G. Fleeton... 13 J. Wright, not out ? 12 J. Montgomery, b Hoare ... ... 12 P. Murphy, b Hoaro ? ? 0 E. Montgomery, run out ? 1 Sundries ? ? ... 26 Total ? ... .~188 ' Waratahs. P. Hoare, run out ? ? ? 0- W, Murray, 0 and b Brown ... ...88 J*a. Fleeton.-b Brown ? 0 H. Jeffery, b Brown ? 4 ?Jno. Fleeton o Wright, b Cupitt ... 1 G. Fleoton, 0 Mackoy, b Brown ... 6 3. Buckley, c Wright, b Maokey ... 0 T. Jeffory, not out ... ... ... 4 J; Iiewis, not out ? 6 P. Brovitt, h ovr, b Brown ? 0 Sundries: ? ? ? ? 5 Total ... ? ... 63

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SUTTON FOREST BUTCHERING Co. v. WARATAHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

Sorrow Foeest Bctchmuno Co. v. Wahatahs. A match was played between tho abovo clubs on tho Bhow ground on Wednesday afternoon last, and resulted in a win for tho former by 51 runB. In their Becond innings tho Waratahs ran up 87 for tho loss of six wickets, whon tho stumps wero drawn. J. Fleeton making the fine score of 58, not ent ' Subjoined are tho scores : — Sutton Forest Butchering Co. W. Stubbing;), b Lowis ? 0 W. Prigg, b J. Fleotou ? 2 T. Poole, b Lowis ? „ 3 I. Cnllen, c Elliott b J. Fleoton ... 38 3. Prigg, b Lewis ? 6 S. Townsend, b P. Hoare ? 0 T. Culey, b Lewis _ ? 2 Marshall, 0 J. Maronoy, b Hoare ... 13 C. Biiloy, b Woods ... ... ... 0 Bender, not out ? 3 T. Lackey, 0 Iiowio, b ... ... 1 Sundries ... ? 27 ? Total ? ? ? 95 Waratahs. Elliott, run out ? . ... 4 P. Hoare, 0 Whitney, b Stubbings ... 14 J. Fleoton, b Stubbing ? ... 6 J. Lewis, c Whitney, b Townsend ... 2 E. Aland, 0 and b Poole. ... ... 5 E. Woods, c aqd b Stubbings ... ?' ... 2 J. Hoaro, b Stubbius ... ... ...

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CRICKET. INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

CRICKET. International CkicJ^et Match. Tho second teat match between Lord ShclEoId'n team and Australia came to a conclusion on Wodncsday, tho ocorcn achieved being— Australia, first innings 144, second 391 ; England, first in nings 307, socond 156. Tho individual scoriug in the socond innings was as follows Australia. — Second Innings, H. Trott, 0 Sharpo, b Lohmann ... 1 * J. Lyons, c Graco, b Lohmann ... 134 G. Giffon, 1 b w, b Attcwoll ? 49 W. Bruce, 0 Briggs, b Sharpo ... 72 A. Bannerman, o Grace, b Briggs ... 91 R. M'Lcod, b Read, b Peel ,,, 18 W. Giffcn. b Briggs ? 3 J. Blackham, 1 b w, b Briggs ... 0 S. Callaway, c Grace, h Briggs ... 0 C. Turner, not out ? ... 14 Sundries ... ? 9 Total for 0 wickets ? 391 ? J; England. — Sccond Innings. ; R. Abcl,c \V. Giffen, b G. Giffcn ... ] 1 /ff- G. Bean, cf Lyons, b Tumor ? 4 W. G. Graco, 0 Blackham, b Turner... 5 M. Read, c and b G. Giffen ? 22 R. Peel, nt Blackham, bG. Giffen ... 6 G. Lohmann, c Eruco, b G. Giffen ... 15 A. E. Stodda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

Special Advert flaenmeiitaa. / ?nriiiwisr MOSS VALE, Upholsterer, I'rcnch j?o1is1jci\ Pictnro ... l-ramcr. Sc. A LARGE Stock of I'lirmtuvc, ]-cdstcndn nnd Bedding, Carpcta, Mattinr!. Linoleum, Door Mats, &c., always on hand. Spring Roller and ? Venetian Blinds, made and fitted or repaired. ' C0IVIMERGl7rrMMmG~ C 0 Ml' A N Y. Established 1S3 1. Incorporated ISIS. Head Office: Grown; Stukkt, Syuxcv. CAPITAL ? £000,000 RESERVE FUHD ? 3670,000 Kfseiivk ton Kqimmsation or Dividends ? £160.000 Money rcccivo;' nt Interest niul ail other usual Banking Business transacted. K. KVHUARD ROW, Manaobh, ? MOSS VALE BRANCH W, IL rALlNG & COT 33j,33?.a2I'E,13nD. i E^ablisiikii l(i5;l. Tni'oiii'ohati:i- lsa:), alo Agonts for PIANOS by Steiuway nud Sons, :/ A-r- /Julias Feurich, Ucbcl nnd Lechlciter, Carl JSckc, The Victor, Tho Belling ; and for the world-renowned ESTEY ORGANS - and B o o r e y ' q B r a s u B a 11 d Instruments. Universal Providcrsnf PI ANOFORTKS, ORGANS. r;° MUSIC, a...

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EVENTS TO COME: SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

EVENTS TO COME : S1IOWU. Borrinm District Show, second week in March; Robertson Show, March 2 and 3, 1892, Crookwell P. nud A. Association, March 10th »nd 11. Goulbura Agricultural Society, March 24 anil 25. Kiama A. Association, Wednesday, Thuroday, and Friday, 27th, 28th, and 20th Jauuary, 1892. En tries closo January Cth.

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THE MUNICIPAL CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

THE MUNICIPAL CONTEST. To-morrow tho candidates in nouiinalio 1 for aldermnnio honors at Moss Vale, Bowrnl, and Mittngongqwill 'positively' go to tho poll. In none of these places aro thero any really turning questions on tlio carpet. ? Per haps the reason is that nil tho big wovk has yet to bo undertaken. Sanitary reforms, such as sowerago and water supply, will have to be faced {before very long, and then will, come the grumbling of those who liavo to pay the bill. The only way to avoid com plaint is to get the work done properly, and thus obviate the necessity for any murmuring on tho part of the ratepayers. Vital schcmc3 euoh as these should be carried out on tho soundest possible basis, and at tho same time tho detnils' must be closely scrutinized 60 that needful economy can be exercised. It is satisfactory to noto that in each of tho ?-W, municipalities in which we aro more immedi ' «L ately concerned good men are in. the field — s some of them practical, and all of tliem \ pa...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

SPORTING. I Stcretaries mi ether known residents of the different leealitiei in which sports occur toill oblige iy tending us particulars as early as possible after ' tho seteral events ,]

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

LOOAL ITEMS. I Mr. D. Clifford reports having nold two acrco of land at Quarry Hlllo, Mosa Vale, during tho week* Tho hook committee aro to go through tho booko and poriodicalrjof tho Moca Valo School of Arto with a view to revision. Tho report of tho Bcrrinir. District Cottage lion pitnl for tlio month of January ohowa— pattenta ad mitted, 2 5 discharged, 1; diccharged relieved, 0 ; died, 0 ; remaining in hospital, 4. Hie Mofja Vnlo School of Artu committee liavo decided, on a motion by Mr Bmibfield, that the library ah?l! bo closed on all public holidayc, but Dlwill lio opened from four to live and eight to ten each day, Mr. Alex. Gibson will leave Bundanoou for Rich mond iu the coni'Bc of n day or two, having accepted the position of farm overseer in connection with the Agricultural College. In necuring hia services the Government take into their employ a thoroughly otraightforward and conscientious man, and marc* over, one who thoroughly undcrotnnda hio buoincs^. Mr. Uibifon has...

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ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

ROBERTSON, Mr. Long, inspector from the Board of Health, arrived hero ou Monday last, and accompanied by the local inspector, Couatable Sale, ia making an inspection of tho promises of the factory suppliers. ? iSo far an wo cnu glean, all arc favorably reported upon. Wo learn that the shareholders of the Pheasant Ground Dairy Company, intend commencing their building on Monday next, which is to bo crcctcd on Mr. Armstrong^ land. School of Arts. A School of Art3 committee meeting was held on Wednesday evening last, there being present — Messrs. R. G. Ferguson (president), Rev. J. Colwell, W. White, J, T. Stone, H. Dennis, J. W. Stone, S. J. McBarron, C. Stubbing^, M. D. Husaey (sec.), J. A. Mackcn. The following accouuts wore passed for payment - Messrs. Ball and Co. Go., MacDonald and Moss 7/6, Warby and Co. 8/G, C. Stubbings (librarian) £2 103., petty cash 1/8. Rev, J. Colwell moved that £5 bo expended in now books. Seconded by Mr. Stnbbiugs and carricd. The following wero appointe...

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MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. (Before Mr. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and Mr. G. Tate, J.P.) LARCENY AS A BAILEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. 'Wednesday, Fkbruauv 2, (Before Mr. F. R. 'Wihshiro, P.M., and Mr. G. Tato, J.l\) LAHCKNY AS A J1AILKB. Kdwnrd Loo (32), laborer, was brought tip ou re ! mand charged with kirccny as a bailco of a watch ; and a chain, value £2 10a., the property of David 1 Elliott. Prosecutor staled that ho borrowed lfo. from de fendant on his watch and chain. Afterwards hear* ing that Leo was about to leave the district he returned tho money and asked for tho watch and chain, but bo had not cot it with him, and promised to bring it later on. Ho failed to do so. He followed Lee to M033 Vale and gave information to the police. The watcli and chain he valued ot £3 10s. Peter Murphy, hotcbkccper, WiUl'a Meadow, deposed that accused owed him 15s. for drinks, and on the 3lst ultimo ho called and wauled to pay but aaid bis master had no cheque book. Ho then pro duced a watch and chain which ho left in settlement. Ho (witness) handed tho articles to Constable Sale. Lee led him to be...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following unclaimed letters have been for warded by the local authorities to tho General Post Office, .Sydney Mr. J. D. Bradney, E. Bar ber, W. Banks, W. Baker, Mrs. Croucher, Mr. T. Clarko, C. ?T. Cullock, R- Chapman, Charles T. Cook, Charles Clout, Mrs. Carswcll, Mr. A. Cham bers, Dorhainer Esq., Mr. Gray (2), Gee War, Geo, Goss, J. T. Gray, D. Haytcr (2), J. Hartley, Mrs. L. Jones, Mr. E. Jones (2). T. W. Jacob, Miss N. Jefris, Mr. B. Jones, F. C. Lupton, L. E. W., Mr. Fred. Lecder, W. J. Larkin, Mr. Mayer, Mrs: Mackenzie, John Milne, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Thoe. Moss, Mr. McLeod, Mr. F. G. Marshall, Messrp. Mills aud Co.. Mr. J. Mullen, Mr- T. Nicholls, W. Power, 1». Parkin, G. Pros3er, G. Philps, Andrew Rcid, M. Rosenthal!, G. Ritchie, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Robertson, Misa Li Rydc, Mr. A. Shear, Mr. W. H. Smith, Mr. J. Smith, M. Spear, J. H. Thomas, A. Tweedlcy (2), Samuel Timb3, Messrs. C. Watters nnd Co., Inspector White, J. Ward, F. Wilkinson, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Edw...

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BERRIMA DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

BERRIMA DISTRICT COURl. Tho following plaints have been entered for hearing before Judge Murray at tho next District Court to bo held at Moss Yale on Thursday, tho Htli instant : — 'Cowan and another r. Emory. — Claim £50, money lent, Moore and Co. t\ Terence Cunningham. — Claim £0 Ss Gd, goods sold and dclivorod. M'ore and Co. c. Robert Flceton. — Claim £S 10s 9d, goods sold. 1 Stephen nnd another r. N. L. Potter. — £27 12s lid, goods cold. C. C. Gale r. p. F. Larkin.— Claim £7 83 Id, money advanced. John W, Mealing r. Rev. D. T. Smith. — Claim £14 03 7d, Roods sold. J. W. Jlealing r. H. E. Southey.— Claim £12 10a 8d, goods sold. vT . E. R. Williams r. W. H. Wnllur. -Claim £25, or trespass on enclosed lands. H. M . Oxley v. Peter Murphy .—Claim £34 83 Oil, professional costs. W. Massio f. J. Cosgrovo.— Claim £26, money lent, J. Qnigg r. T. Abberton.— Claim £2 5 s Od, work done. G. P. Bartletfc e. D. Cunningham. — Claim £6 5s 6d, goods sold. W. L. Howartb -?. 0. H. Watson. — Claim £...

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MOSS VALE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

MOSS VALE MUNICIPAL OOUNCIL. The fortnightly meeting of thin Council was hold on Monday last. In tho absonco of tho Mayor Aid Taylor presided, and thero wero also present Aid. Cnllcn, M'Grcgor, Wiles, Richardson, Goodridge. COIlItrcSPONDENCn. From Mr. J. R. Fairfax urging tho construction of a culvert on tho Burrawang-road near Woodmdo. —Referred to tho Worlm Committtec. _ From Mr. Thomas Hrowuloiv, Wn drawing attention to tlio condition of tlio culvert in front of bin premises.— Referred to Works Committoo. _ Piom MiCoJilan, Government Statintician.aslung for information respecting tlio borough.— Council Clerk instructed to givo nil the neccooary informs. ''From Mr. Alexander Bruco, Inspector of Stock, stating that under section 127 of tho Municipalities Act- the public pound at Mo?s 'V alo is already vested in the Council. -Poundlceeper to bo in structed accordingly. . From the Secretary for Railways acknowledging rrcoiptof letter requen ing removal of embankment near Railway-stat...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

| : SUSIMAKY. ?. A constable who was otntionod in n lonely 1 iparto^the Walgott district committod euicido last wool: by shooting; himsolf. !? In consequonco of tho imposition of a nowv tarifF in Frnnco tlio pricoo oi articles of food?,' have boon advanced in Paris. ? ; : Serious scoiieu of disoi.-i'.cr.Jinvo occurrodv?. (jt. Eastbourne in connc-ction with tho Salva-;- tion Army. Many hallelujah lassos woroj: knockcd down and Ivnmplod npon. ' ' t Tlio proos of Groat Britain rogards tho;- p.* doath of Mr. Spurgoon no a national los'). t, Tlioro oro 000 tone of v/nlcriu tho Biitish ' 1 flag-ship Ariotoria which wont ashore on tho;: coast of Qroocc. ' V The Standard announcoa that Mr. Balfour intends Jo introduco into tlio Jlouto of Com- -' mons a moasuro doaling with local govotn- ft.tx taoai in Iroluud. i '' Tho Czar of Russia iu restoring serfdom in V'g tho diotricls of Samara, and Sarafolf. . \i| Tho striko of onginoors in England is ex- — tending, 8000 mo now out. . Tho Victorian ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

R. M. GRAHAM, ^TTaTIOOKTEIBiR,, WILDS MEADOW AND ROBERTSON, ARE Prepared to conduct Sales in any part of the District. ? , JOHN CI. OTMEHg-ns &?€«.. - : Auctioneers and Property Agents, Valuators, &c., ? THE MART, ? rjy. GLIPPORD, Auctioneer, House, land, & Estate Agent SALES r Conducted throughout the District. Agent, for, Fire, Lite anil Stock 'nsurance Companies. . Argyle Street.-. Moss Vale. ALFRED L. SMITH. (Late HENRY L. SMITH,) COMMISSION J. 8 . EN1, Rtld . GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, COMMERCIAL STORES, 118 and 1%Q Susscx-sti-eet, Sydney. FOLEY BROTHERS, COMMISSION AGENTS and PRODUCE ? MERCHANTS, IIS and 112 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY ALL Consignments received under Personal Super vision and Ready Sale at Highest Market Price Guaranteed. Account Sales rendered promptly, and special attention given to tho return of empty packages. A Trial. Respectfully - Solicited. ~ VJJISELiT3.-D KWIKDIB. H; TAYLOR & SON HAVE opened a BRANCH OFFICL in K©B8iBim'irs-n-]...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

Certainly the best medicine Unown ia SAM)1 N and SONS' EUCALYPTI KX'L'IiACT. T- ' . * omiuontly powerful efibct-'i iu coughy, ccld: . finenza ; the relief ia iiistantenous. In ; -J ? ?-; Oises and accidents of all kiuils, be tjiey j ? -. -.. burns, sealdings, bruises, sprains it :'; remedy — 110 swelling — no inilaininK'.' . suprising 'ctTeets produced iu croup. ?- bionohitis, inllainmation of tho In:: I Ac., diarrluea, dysentrv, disease:; o: l. urinary organs. In use at lioapit 1 s ... over tho world; patronised by ' ' .... vi King of Italy ; crowned with Interuoitonal Kxhibitiou, Aiiir.t au approved article and reject rU v. Vrit]'. , ' V ? - . - iuUE^ h ^

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THE TRAVELLING DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892

THE TRAVELLING DAIRY, .In order that the futuro movements of tho Travelling Dairy may bo methodically and economically arranged, the Department of Agriculture will be glad to rocoivo applica tions from districts, tho residents -5f which are desirous of seeing the Dairy in operation and of obtaining reliable information regard ing tho most approvod methods ot butter ? and cheese making. Tho applications, whioh should bo made with tho least possible delay, should emanate oither from tho -local Agricultural and Pastoral Association , or from a repiesontativo committoo appointed tor the p'urposo. In order to provent any -? misunderstanding, ' it may _ bo well to re capitulate shortly the conditions under whtcli a visit is permitted. Tho froight by rail or steamer of tho comploto plant and engine, - ? woighing 3 tons, is paid by tho Department of Agriculture, but tlio local body must p_ro vido cartage from tho nearest railway station ? or wharf to tho scene of operation, also a ? buildin...

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