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Bacchus Marsh Express (Newspaper) - January 22, 1881, Bacchus Marsh, Victoria National Library of Australia Fiand Hills agricultural & / p pastoral society. Trim Day february 24, 1881. T e following is the prize list Slipow to in held at my Niong on above diet. Draught horse Stock. Entire horse imported or colonial first prize �4 second �3 third �1. Brood. Mare with foal at foot first prize �3 second �2 third �1. Dry Mare first prize �2 second �1. of any age first prize �1 10s. I end �1. 0 three or old gelding first prize �2 second �1. Three or old filly first prize �2 second �1. Two or old filly first prize �2 second �1. Two or old entire , �3 second �2. Two or old gelding first prize Lilos a second �1. One or old. Filly first prize �2 Seco Ridl �1. One or old Colt first prize �2 second one or old gelding first prize �1ls 1s second �1. Blood horse Stock. Entire horse first prize �3 second �2.third, �1. Brood Mare with foal afoot first prize �3. Second �2 third �1. Dry Mare first prize �2 second �1 three or old filly first prize �2 second �1. Two or old filly first prize �2 second �1. -two-3yr-old entire Colt first prize �2 second �1. Two or old gelding first prize ,�2 second �1. One or old filly first prize �2 second �1 one or old Colt or gelding first prize �2 second �1. Hackney first prize �3. Second �2 third �1. W eight carrying Hunter subject to trial in the Yard first prize �3 second �2 third �1. Ote pedigrees of Young Stock to be Given at time of entry. Shoeing. Best shod draught horse first prize �1 second 10s. Best shod Saddle horse first prize �1 second 10s. Neat cattle. Short Horn Bull 3-yrs-old and upwards. First prize �3 second �2 third �1. Ditto-2-yr-old Bull first prize �3 second �2 third �1. Ditto yearling Bull first prize �23 second �1 third 10s.shorf Thorn Cowo Fany age first prize �3 second �2 third �1. Ditto-3-yr-old Heifer first prize �2 second �1 third 10s. Ditto-2-yr-old Heifer first prize �2second a1. Ditto year ing Heifer first prize �2 second. �1. Hereford Bull of any age first prize �3 second �2 third �1. Ditto -2-yr-old Bull first prize 2 second -1 ditto yearling Bull first prize �1 10s. Second �1. Ditto com of any age first prize �29 second �1 third 10s. Ditto-2-yr-old Heifer first prize �92 second �1 ditto yearling Heifer first prize �1i i0s. Second �1. Ayrshire Bull of any age first Pize �1. Second 10s. Ditto cow of any age first prize �1 second 10s.Dairy Stock cow in milk or with Iii 3 months of calving first prize �3 second �2 third �1 fourth 10s. Sheep Long Woolley Leicester. Raam 4-tooth and upwards first prize �3 second �2 third �1. Ram 2-tooth--first prize �2 second �1. Pen of 3 ram lambs first prize �2 second �1. Pair of ewes 4-tooth and. Upwards first prize �2second �1. Pair of ewes 2-tooth-first prize �2 second �1. Pen of 3 Ewe lambs first prize �2 second �1. Sheep Long Woolle lincolns. Ram 4-tooth and upwards first prize �3 second �2 third �1. Ram 2-tooth-first prize �2 second �1. Pen of 3 ram lambs first prize �2 second �1. Pair of ewes 4-tooth and upwards first prize �2 second �1. Pair of ewes 2-tooth-first prize �2 second �1. Pen of 3 Ewe lambs first prize �2 second �1. Note no exhibits in sheep classes to be either artificially fed hand dressed or clothed. Canh Trion prize. Best ram in the Yard a cup of the value of �5 5s. Presented by j. O. Inglis esq., Ingleston Ballan. Note no exhibit in this class to be either artificially fed hand dressed or clothed. Swine. Boar of any age first prize �2 second �1 third 10s. Sow of any age in pig first prize �2- second �1 third 10s. Sow of any age with a litter first size �2 second �1 third 10s. Fat pig first prize �1 second is. Third 10s. Poultry. Game cock Anid Hen first prize 10s. Second 5s. Spanish cock and pair of hens first prize 10s. Second 5s. Dorking cock and pair of hens first prize 10s. Second 5s. Pen of Poland of any description first prize 10s. Second 5s. Brahma Opotra cock and pair of hens first prize 10s. Second 5s. Cochin China cock and pair of hens first prize 0s. Second,.5s. Turkey cock and pair of hens first prize 10s. Second 5s. Gander and pair of geese first prize 10s. Second 5s. Drake and pair of ducks first prize o10s. Second 5s. One dozen Hen eggs first prize 10s second 5s. One dozen Duck eggs first prize 10s. Second s. 7 Dairy a Educ ice butter fresh 4 lbs to be shown in Rolls without print or private Mark first prize .2 second �1 o10s. Third �1 fourth 10s. Butter. Salt not less than 281bs., to be left with or. Ader at the plough hotel Myr Niong not later than thursday the 10th february 1881-first prize �2 second �1 10s. Third �1. Butter packed fit for exportation not less than 100 prize �3 second �2. Victorian cheese not less than 14 lbs. First prize �2 second �1 10s. Third �1. Side of Bacon to consist of flitch Ham and shoulder detached or not first prize �1 second 10s. In implements and machinery. Plough first prize �1 second o10s. Papir of harrows first prize �1 .second,10s. Winnowing machine first. Prize �1 second 10 f in Dray with Faine first Rize �1 second 10is collection of Dairy utensils first prize �2 second 1f i farm prod uce Oba of wheat 4 bushels first prize 28 1 second �1. Barley English 4 bushels prize �2 Seco Iid �1 Oats tartarian 4 bushels Fiirst prize 2second, �1 Oats any Othier a Ify 4 big Shell first prize -2 Sile coxed �1 Barley Cape 4. Bushels first prize 1l second 10s.field peas 4 bushels Fis prize �1 second 10root crops a a seeds potatoes cult first prize�1 second 10s. 6 roots Long Rod or yellow Mangel Wurzel first prize 15s.r Seco Iid 10s.- 6 roots Globe red or y Ellow. Mangel Wurzel first prize 15s secon d 1 cent first i ize is s. Second 10s. It onions l.?first prize 1s.s Send 10s. Rye Rass seed bushels fist prize �1 second lo0s ii. I Gard e proc collection of not less than two Vii ethics of apples first prize �1 second Iio s. Collection of not less than to Lvov varieties of pears ii sit prize on �1 second of. Collection of Fri it exclude ing apples and pers first prize �1 be Conid los bouquet of Flowers f f irs in Prie los. Second 5s. Home made sin fancy work. Dine invade bread firs Trize second 10s. Lome made White shirt i first prize a second 10. Oie knitted i in �1 second 10s. Collection of Home made prs Reserve first prize �1. Second .0s. The judges re eni powered to award prizes of the aggregate value of 5,- for useful or orig mental arb tiles of Home manuf acquire Inot included in the foregoing list n Ball machine Ivo irk is exch Deal from Competition for prizes in this department. A Small portion of each exhibit in Thi White shirt " and knitted stockings classes is to be Finis lied writhe pie Seice of the judges on the Noruin a of lie show special prices. Combined reaper and Binder to the 3aid fiust wild �5 second 3 p i of hit i , to Slotni in vhaness a t rk2-ir p7 e second, 2 Poliy i id 13 hands first prize �1 second l0s Tine goods. Respectfully invites the attention of the Public to his Large consign vient of new goods of tiie 1vost Superior description and tiie latest fashions in prints and dress material too numerous to mention at Low prices. Get will. O. Pc i Iii Tua of men a youth Sand boys clothing All made up in the latest and most approved a styles. Men a youth Sand boys Felt hats in Large quantities a acid the latest fashions. About 30 trunks of 2boo. Of All descriptions to select from. All departments thoroughly filled up with the most useful and cheap m4aterials. Remnants and unfashionable goods at a great for Cash Only. I Alo to h0gocb dial the Salt tuition of ladies to the increasing Cluid ?. R Singer sewing Miia Chine " �.i,. ".,. ,. Their is Erikot o All t0his Heig wll s known. To r c. I. Thie a be Hirad from f0 Timmons. Agent at Bacchus Marshon thie most easy terms time payments who is also agent Victoria fire insurance co. F. , Victoria House Bacchus Marsi in. A advantageous investment open to All classes Inthea Colony of Victoria without regard to Ranko position in life. Prospectus of the Victoriah co operative dress Supply to Supply on co operative principles every description of ladies and gentlemen s clothing Housel old furniture a. Registered under the companies statute 1064. The registrar generals Cert locate of registration dated list november 1880. Can be seen at the offices on application capital �100,000, in 100,000 shares of �1 each. Issue of 20,000 shares of �1 each to be paid As follows five shillings per share on allot Nunt five per Shabre one Mouth after allotment five Sll Illings per Sll Hare three Montho s after allotment and five shillings per share six months after allotment thereby my King the shares fully paid up and thereupon shareholders cannot under any Cir Cums Dulces incur any further liability. Bolil ladies and gentlemen May subscribe for shares. Ladies and gentlemen s dress Supply associations Hare in England and elsewhere been Soeles fully conducted Ruder i he of some thousands of tile nobility and Gentry. On the prospectuses of two Oft Hest associations. Established in Lolland on there Appel tired thie names of the following per sons amongst Tollers As Patr Nesses. Duchess of Athole lady Walsingham luckless of St. Albanus lady Clniker arc lioness of bluntly lady Abercromby dare lioness of can Den Ady Skelmersdale of Bristol Way Way Onard Marcion Tessoff Londonderry lady Wirot telcy Dimarce lioness of love Ornot a Dairey Contress or Cotte Aoitan lady Marcaret Strutt countess of Coventry i Tod Thersea Boyle count Cess of Dunn oven Brodie to countess of Ili Morey lady Evelyn Courtenay countess of a lady Isabella Goi Don cont Lessof Dunmore lad y Emilie Gray. Countless of Jersey Ilal Dym Ruia Ponsonby. Countess of Yale a e. Lady Emily Pepys countless of i thelester Lidy 13. Lennox. Err countess of i Ady Cloncurry countess Ofie Fiou lady counters of Leitrim Gillord. L him less of Rosslyn Loraly Gravess countess of list owl Ici Tetly Tell Jor Banks uni Tesso f Lii Oesterl Ady Anstr Allther viscountess of pm owe court. Lady Jurrard Viscount Tateos Alai Berttel Tay . Disc utites Wentworth t lady i Ryse viscountess i food lately Tussell viscountess Malde lady Soymour Viscovi Tutless Newport lady f Forsyth. Viscountess lol Pinesdale Ltd Stracey video unites Anson 1 1 lady Cotterell full was lady a Courtenay Bic my to gel 1i-t.?, a by i t Aith . " direct rows e. J. Nan Soltesz Fiol Muelln Ortic . Hatlin Dreyler sq., toe Rak. Mgl a tin Gord esq., 22 Collins Street East. It is intended to incr else the to directorate s 0s0on As Ai number of shares Are subset tied a by Tihe id i Tion of it relist three gentlemen who May i Eretter Benne Star holders. Ito tall Bank of anitlasia.o Soleronk Glenr m -k2inley. Esq colonial Hiltl mixers. He b t Oll incisors it West .5.i Ressio Al a no to ? ,. A car Davey Cole and f Lack Swanston n Street. Enema a. I a Siage c. Edwin Good. ,. " ise Oid. Ovas to &. 2, Eeast Melbourne. Sum Seoul Saim Iolar ins to Teitsu a coot tested on thic no Ortii Tive apr Sciple have been established he other centres of Pittich tin onto Altave pit oved Erninie Nutly Stoessl Al Leone Ali eatto tie share holders Anli in the Elneor argement of Thor tit Aud Orn Etolee coins urine the Reldy. A noisy Prinie ple anti twin abolition of tile Batter til sys Tuss Boltish prices Ouno Long credit this associate Golf is being establish lied to offer to Lidies and ill Kiel Bonnet Ond other parts of the Colony of Victoria of Esery Deser Pitiot o01 clothing thou Seivold Forni iture -c., of tile Best Quality at prices a Berle Over Wile Sale Cost. Tihe several will Colprit be goods As supplied by silk mercers Linen Woollen and general drapers3 Milliner tailors hatters look and shool takers furniture car pet. Arndt edding . Extensive and Uomino clout s o premises will be secured in a Corral position fur carrying on the business 1of tile a Ssofi Latuli ill i1elbourne. Lithe various departments will by Ruider the usual ii tend Nee of person who Hae been tonne Ted with Ito Ding houses carrying on business singular to that proposed by tills a so o itt n to flip Ottil of this Kin lid of Busin Ieso Ine of to 1 verly Lange some times Over a Lidid per cellent.,, aim tile great value of. Llares ill existing co Opl relative associations is Well known there is every collide no in ree of Mendino g tile shares of this Asso Latiol As a1 s0af ild investment. It s poll posed to devote a portion of the business pre Mises to t15 purpose of pro Vildins 0 Tomfor Toile sit Tolg room for tile use of lady shareholders and lob their Cove Allence a Register will be kept of. Governesses and dome Stio servants seeking . Thle fld owing Are Sot Eaton that benefits to be enjoyed by Sharghi Solors. I. Free Carria of of goods to shareholders resident in Melbourne and St burbs. Coo itry share holders have to pay tile Roei age of Goda Purl used by Othet but will be sup plied with patterns free of Elorge. 2 he latest. Fashions ill every description o f ladies Antl gentle men dress &e., null lower prices Han those usually a barged by . the shares of the present Issue arc allotted it is proposed to Large of As., l1s., 15s., and �1 per Sthure respective ii on the your future issues Ald the ple nilus 0so to be received will be divided o1s0 is a0nlo0?r s the pm Escous who take up Tihe present Issue of shares. Ibis soul give 0t tot1 Tonus of �2 tos. Per Sellare ill respect of every � share taken up of tile present Issue for example 0 person curves tag �50 ii so Tares of tile presort Issue Osuold be entitled to receive � 125 ill Tiloi uses resulting alone frown the prelim tells Chal Gedl on future issues. 4, the Prospect of Lorge dividends on Tihe shares Tho Tolany. Ther co operative associations Are receiving Veryl Irge dividetnds.5. Thie probably Large incr Usein the Tarket value Outhie shares Thlu stores o other. Co Piper Active societies have value Tihe shares o1" two of the is societies live increased in Vulec no less than 105,000 ?,1a5 percent. Respectively. As evidence in proof of tile tregoing statement the a following extracts front tile two Lea using lond Lon news papers Are quoted with the is act Sites of publication also Inai Cotol Viz Loti do o time november 25th, 1870.-" 3cr. Cd hairless j. Cox a Princile Petrk in the admiralty department was examined before tile select committee of the House of con Mono on july 23rd, 1527, at pointed to Insull re into the question of tile civil service co operative stores and stated Tillat a cows director of the civil service co limited in the l1aymtriker. Tie had been connected will Tihe society since its c no Milne sent in the Early part of 1806. Anal original share which oot �2, was now Worth to tween 77 aund �10 London times nov Ember 28thl, 1878. " Thile civil ser vice Supply association after payling interest Aliu ally Oil its Sellare capital has a cumulated �197,08is 15s. Id. " Loudon daily Elg Ralplh october Isth 1870, Appe Urs the following o Gremitt is the appreciation of01 these institutions 0 fall Ili hat t0housunds of applicants love filed in lob Liing so litres ii old ossociatio0es, Slid one of. Theolu recently Oti Mlak Tig Ani Issue of debenture Bolds by about. I60,t0 received applicant moist or Over torte times the . Tile shares 11io0 Tib Per share pa0id up ire now Worth �60 fall. Thile follow Itig Titenis Oire also Eli pled front the Colum is of to , Issue of Ali tar 27t, 1879 0 it a Polo its eclat tile army land Navy co operative stores during six goods to thie value of Over �810,o00u so Liao slurping the Salote Perlo d its Gross profits amounted to �02,050, and profit to �12,220 " i t is Gra tiling to notice thl to during tile last half be Arctic Sally is Oman y Las increased its not profits to �1e,7j0 a comp Jred with �12,225 in the corresponding period. Of thei previous Elar us Shl own by the Lellow Ting a tract from Lis of. Byerly lond Sut news of. October 3ro, loss the Ilal yearly sleet aug of Tab Arney Aud a by. Co operative society wars held an monday Oit the Giros Velar ill fucking limn Palicte Road. The report stated that Tab Gross Revenue for tile held of year amounted to 940,403 Theo Gross profit to l74,01, Aud the not profit to ot1,70.h a Sas it is expected Bluit thie number of shares applied for. Will greatly exceed tile Neiuber Inow to be allotted person desirous Send in their App lations with clout delay. Any person Olio May desire to pay up the full amount of �1 per share on allotment can do so and will receive discount s the rate of of Cir Shire Appel ratios in do Stuie s 20 y be made in writing in the words following a the victorian Uco operative Durso Supply . " i request that Yoi will allot me shiites of �1i each in the v victorian co operative dress Supply association limn cd and i Herchy arc to accept Sucholl shares or such portion of tile sa0e0 As Toay a i auit cd Toimae Sod in the Sun Tollive Lill nog per in Hirs Oil the further Suins of five shilling Sper share one Idolth loftier allot Nen five Shil Tison per litre threse Trontl oulier.llot-0 menot1 01u0d Tihe Balin ote of live Shuli lilies per share sit Mouths. Later allotment thus making tile so ires j ully Piid ups and me Efrom Sany further liability . 01�sole h-shares-,.? " a name in state title mr., esq2, .or loss " address i Ful. I i " " Prol Sion or bustiers if any .,." d ate. If you desire to pay up the full amount iof per100are on tollo monent please also to Iddo and sign till sul Bolswin. I desire to pay up tile 1f1itulliunntol �1 res litre on lot ment entitling me to the i Acourt of sixpence per share. Signature. Applications for shares to be addressed to the general Lanager victorian co opern Tise dress Supply Asso elation limited,22 Colliss Testi ease to toe Lousnag. Prospectus con be obtained at the Olices of the company or the solicitor on application. Border flour Mill Bacchus Marsh. Son Sale flour bran Pollard. Oats whole and crushed Barley English whole i crushed. Cape pea meal Barley meal Ric. Meal. W a Grant 8$25 to $50opf can actually be made Boring Wells great Western. Well and Rook Boring Mcchiey we mean it and Are re ared to de fact. Wirthey Are operated by either ? to Power and guaranteed to bore at Telic ii per tour. Illey Range fro 3 Ilee. Tog or t10 and arc warranted to bore to Ary a i e in,1 i practical manner and with ease and Flag too in co triply we warrant them to bore in every Olaof Rock All kinds of Earth Sand an i c1.1 Nous Stone Coal. Slate ll0r1iipat Rit Rte serpentine Rock att to Zryb a. Tand and cavy earths be the very Benthey Ore easily operate simple inthe cheapest and most practical Earth a pin tit Woritt dead the w @ manufactured at our of a Fiona the Overy Best of material by Sll Mccain oct. Ire0 Good Active agents wanted in the world. To whom we offer Liberal to Price list of a e18, ., information of purchasers i r prices of our various sizes of Toon i c of ready Tot in mediate use except t Iret e ,1 _3 Inch Auter Witlip jars bars Drill Haud ill Tri. 5 Inch do., 155dol. Weight. 8901bs Shulch do., 165ol. W. Whitlo. 90lbs 7 i7,ineiedo., 18dol. Weight o 0lbs o s inchldo., to tool. Weiglin Olbo. ,10i0ittihdo., 190sol. Weight soils i2 Inch do 200dol. Weight 97olbs15 Inch do., 2lidol. Wei it. Of slabs 18 itncldo., 225dol. Weight 1.oluibs,2 fact do., 225dol. Weight 1,53 lbs. 2 lfeoto., 7oa8dol. Weiglin 1,75511s. 3 feet do., 310dol. Weright 2, 301lb. 3 feet do., 325dol, weight 2,215lbs. 4.1 feet do., 350dol. Weight 2,56lbs.artestan, Uil Well Coal Anid Elioer total Tel tie 5 7 9 Alid 11 Inch Al Gers with Drill bar due rods and everything Cori Lete to Bor 3iflar? Jil piping Trolson 4.00. In Eglit 2 78flbs Dop it it the Given above Are the different1 i our augers bore. 1rnt the. A11 Money remitted must be sent drafts on to Iti Tny part of Europe on the Sot a is Gold Bank Cisco Cal. Marc c. Lla Toly i r o n do i o 11 lock Sawley & co. is . C1do. J. It. Willai Iea estate and Irno Atolia onion. 0.k of Aiter do. Under eds oot a. Ral pit eth in. To a greatly for Otrera Loi of. O Zzgac tderrtc0tis made Irot Terf Tio Fittl Lon to. Tny Onet can in0ke it. A it us rations or t to t Eli Tina by Cali be Neon a Hitlall Frei Hutts prepaid until Ott Board vessel address All communications to great ii Western Well Augelio who s. St. 1.011s, 31o.un area state or Muceia Royal Arcade Melbourne. Gaunt s exhibition English Loever watches �6 Best English lever watches from x�8 103. To 12 1,youths Silver watches from �3 3s. Ladies engraved Silver watches from 43 5s. Ladies Gold watches from �5 10o, fonts Gold levers from �15. Racing chronographs �5 10s. Chronographs and Stop watches at All prices. All watches guaranteed and sent Post free to null parts of the colonies. Watches received by Post skilfully repaired and returned with dispatch. Thomas gaunt the Only watch manufacturer in the Australia colonies. See Gold and Silver medals and in. Ports of the London Melbourne and Sydner exhibitions. W1illiam Adamson & co., g rain flour produce and com31.11s. T Sion agents 29 Little Collins Street West c Melbourne make Cash advances upon Grain and prod a con ruined to them for Sale. Grain Sale. Held every tuesday at Iti Melbourne Coin Exchange. Dairy product Sale hold every wednesday and Friday. Pig Sale held n every thursday at Thi corporation Yards Melbourne. Corn sacks and butter casks supplied. Accost sales reit dered promptly. G. G. Paterson h As much pleasure in announcing the arrid of a Large and very Complete assortment if n3w goods season inspection of which is not respectfully invited and will be esteemed $ favour. Charges strictly moderate. All goods shrunk. Patterns forwarded free. G. G. Paterson Imet Chianti tailor s a Baccus Mansoh. Of agent for s Coutts & sons guaranteed acetic acid. Permanent in Lake ment of 1he to Trenty for Nages or one Hundred and Retei. Columns. Bot inc an important new feature Las bees dded ro11 weekly Titcas namely the Farmers Tihe to Icrea Cal ize of the Tim Chat t 1parliamentar rec coins and in matters of Inte be Goore fully reported. F fie0. Sit weely to new the cheapest and Oset tric. Be spa Dort u Stltt a seemly Featner continue to be special feature in the to per. I ii tile weekly times will be found a. Oud eyes in addition to the above the weekly tit0s of the latest and fullest Cable Grants and general Newso thus supplying in aloud Endrei t i Teo Kiy los Elt to Rich o of the a Roar s Orice 6lreepence. Script Loiis per Post 3. Quarter or 02. Per Tannum payable i Den Adb. 011 86 Collins Street East to Ribourne. Bitch thus Marsh agent a. Dickie. Published every Saturn the following Are ithe rates of subscript Len be the Baccus Marsh express single copy tar Spence. Yearly 1is. Half yearly 4s. No charge made for postage. Fore advertisements of 20 words or under is. One Inch 3s. 6d. Every succeeding a double. Column one Thalf More. Of Tise ments intended to be insert 0no for lengthened period As per agreement. Of births marriages or deaths is. Each. The following gentlemen act As Agen Tols Folb Eiress and will receive subscriptions Tisen mints Tina Aernt d Ida Blai Owin Wrehe 3.e no sir s. I i n. " Obal karate. Go w o g Deis. Eger inh 0r 06. N e s Iilah. , be w Simeon. Is my Bax. Was Don & Goth printed and of published by the pro e torte 0rcbsorni u obis and Georoe Lan express printing olice Church Street Marsh in the Colony of Victoria. Marvellous cure of a St a s Ai.b., native Weed some tiie Sineat tent Ion was Call a Iii lice queenslander columns to the curative properties in cases of cold bronchitis Aid Kindred complaints of Cut Korbi ii Iluf Frh. Acid Iti is most gratif3ying to learns that thus Given to the fact has been the emails of Savine a valuable life for we Are a informed by s be son who a month ago saw thle writer f the subjoined letter which we Here tier Iii a land which ammo slave too wide a publicity Given he looked like a Man mail ked Foi death. It is to be helped that min Rinbei a of the medical profession in Haiti Culham will table special note of this remarkable Case. Lihe followings is the letter wic Lih be Rei produce from Theolu Manisof the Rocklin tiptoe bulletin of. 23rd Ultimo to the editor of which paper it was addressed " sir it is Witlip some reluctance i Public in the columns of a newspaper on a subject which at first Sig lit to be of a somewhat private Clarac Tei Htit it is impressed on my mind the having by a very simple remedy been relieved Friom ing. And probably from a premature Gray i 1 feel it a duty i owe to society to suffering humanity to publish far and wide the fact that we have a medicinal Plant of great value growing As a. Weed in every Garden Ini the District and along tie thoroughfares which if utilised is an infallible. Remedy. For colds coughs bronchial affections diseases of the respiratory organs and asthma allude to the Plant known by the botanical Namenie of Euphorbia Piladi Bra. It is Well Knovis to Matiy of my friends in Rockham Pedin that for seve ral months past i have been suf Eiring from the effects of a Siegl eted cold riesling in Dis Tressing cough copious old what appeared to be Chronie in Orchitis and More recently asthma. My suffering from tightness of the Chest difficulty of breathing loss of appetite As Well As loss of rest and sleep brought. Me Down to the Veirge of the grave and i believe it has been under provi Dence owing to the skill and care of my medical adviser that i. Have been sustained so Long. Imy ii end and fellow citizen or. George Fox knowing my Case called on me about a fort night ago and informed me of the Healing Virtues of the As published in the queenslander which on being pointed out to me was quite familiar As a somewhat troublesome Garden Weed. I had a decoction prepared from a Hail Adful of the Plant and even the first dose had a magical effect and i have continued to improve since taking it. My appetite is restored first time last nine months i can sleep All night with out cough or expectoration and i can breathe As freely As Ever i did in my diversified farming is Good far Inerris for thie land. It gives him in Linin Fin to do All the year round and keeps is mind for Chi on Tuquero contemporary invention and science Progress Tihe electric Ligpit and its Progress. Or. J. W. Swan of Newcastle for his researches and discoveries in connection with electric lightning lately delivered a lecture on the subject before the Newcastle upon Tyne philosophical society sir we. Armstrong being in the chair. The lecturer commenced by stating that the interest in the subject which was so great some two years ago had faded into a belief that the electric a substitute for Gas was a delusion. The lecturer mentioned the various modes of obtaining powerful electric currents namely the Dynamo electric machine the Voltaic Bat. Tery and the Thermo electric Battery of these he said the Dynamo Maephine was far ahead of the others but As an Auxilia Ivy thei modified Voltaic Battery was. Useful i by the electricity could be. Stored. The various Means 6f pro Duncing Light b y electricity Hei divided into two by the electric Are.-, 2nd. Lighting by incan. Defence. In Ligi Tinag by the. Electric arc there was a break or Gap in the circuit which Hlad to be bridged Over by a Sirtoff elect Frh flame. In. Lighting by incandescence there was no Bieak or Gap at the Point where i a was produced but a Thini Haig Lily i fusible and a Billy conducting solid subset Inice was there. Interposed which became White hot and emitted a Light Bright in proportion to the degree of heat produced in it. With Lithe Marc the charcoal Points Burnt away okie be tipster than . Now As the steady Light demanded that the Points should be maintained at a constant distanced apart it was evident that under the complicated Coli editions of the Cisera Nice regulation of. The distance. Of the Points to6 was a matter of extreme difficulty. That was the electric Light which inventors had last forty year3"stiruggled to serviceable to the wants of Nman -. It would be seen tha tit was not suited to6 the Light in of dwellings or streets. It. , already found for itself in England Over 200 appropriate uses at ii less Cost than gds. But a Light illum ignation of streets find Kiouses could be obtained by incandescence. Electric lighting by incandescence was just As Siiple As arc lighting was difficult All Liat was required was a material which was not a very Good cof Inductor of electricity highly i fusible and which could be of riled into a wire of Lamina and was either non combustible in air or if combustible did not undergo change inf to i vacuum. There were two,6 substances thit possessed the qualities lie had specified Platinum ii or Afi Alloy of Plati Umin with iridium and Carbon. M. Edison s Platin a Caimp was that one which in october 878 led to. The panic in Gas shares. It did ii Realise the Hopes of its inventor., whilst or Edison was endeavouring to produce a useful Incani descent lamp by Means of Platinum Hie the lecturer was endeavour chg to olb Taini the same end by Means of Carbon. He Laid his experiments aside until about three yers Agbo when the discovery of the Dynamo electric machine and the. Sprengel air pump h id altered the conditions. In the interval Many attempts had been made to Render practicable incandescent Carbon lamps i but none were successful. In All the Arious at tempts two great difficulties Haid the Way and baffled every attempt to overcome them one was the rapid wearing away and. Consequent breaking of the Inci iridescent Carbo Eio and the othe ithe obscurati6on of ? the lamp by a kind of Black smoke. He found these were caused by an imperfect vacuum or faulty constriction. Accordingly lie with the. Assistance of or. Shearn of Birlen Herd poured Icard on in Glass globes in which the vacuum. Was As Perfet As possible the Gasi being previously expelled from. Thei Carlbon a id a Good Contact made Between the Carbor a id the clips sup porting it he would Inot weary Ever with details but Supply say tha t it was found after Many troublesome per merits that when the vacuum within the lamp Globe was Good and the Contact Between the Carbon i arid the conductor which spi ported it Suifili. Client there was no Blacker big Oft thei Gobes land no appreciable wasting away of the e. Car Bons. The Carbon used was extremely thin a Mere hair yet wonderfully it. Became harder by use. As the Liht if a not in Contact with the air their was. Not the slightest air pollution caused by it. The Carbon used was not one twentieth Tyhie Hick Ness of the thinnest of the carbons for Minerly employed and therefore one to entire Ali of he current costing one twentieth the Price would produce in his thin Carbon the same degree of Luminosity As Twenty times More current will produce in such carbons As were used in those imn Ciet lamps. In an article in a recent number of Seribner s. A Agazine by a letter from or. Edison it was stated that m5r. Edison was the first to use carbonized paper. was incorrect it was also stated that or. Jed Isoni s Mise of Carbon in the vacuum i produced by the. Sprengel pump was entirely new. Hethe lecturer had two years ago exhibited a lamp exhausted in the same Marine Ripide d to the same degree As that which the writer of 6f. Theli article no doubt in Good Fiat in but still in error spoke of As entirely the Jamin electric Amr 0consists? f three candles placed Side by Side each Cai kindle being formed by two parallel a Diibon pencils held in a vertical position so. As to Burn Fromi the Bottom. A band of Fine. Copper wire surrounds the candles and con ducts the electric current and is so arranged that the Luminous Are is always kept at the lower end of the pencils. When one Candle is burned out the next is kindled automatically. " each Candle Burns two hours and tie Cost of Thel Carbon consumed is but a Little Miliore the ii a i half Penny an hour. A single lamp would thus Burn six hours without requiring any Yablokoff candles have now been in use on the thames in embankment for Over eighteen months and except purpose of cleaning the engine a ave never once failed. The number. Flights is fifty extend ing the length of the embankment a 20 horse Power engine drives the generating machine and the same would be sufficient for eighty lamps. The contract Price per hour is 2id. For each lamp and the illuminating Power is 878 sperm candles but reduced by the ground Glass globes to 265. The lamps Burn six hours but can be burned eight hours. In France the Paris Salon has been lighted on this system Tor some months 400 lamps being lit. T he Siemens electric Light has been permanently adopted at the British museum and is in use on a Large scale at the Victoria docks London. The new Royal Albert Dock which comprises 84 acres and is a mile and three quarters in length is now also lighted by Twenty six Siemens lamps sufficiently so to enable All Ordinary Dock work to go on at night or in a moderately heavy fog. The lamps Are place Don Ai noticed standards 80ft. Inch. For the production of. The electricity there Are four generating stations in each of which is a o0 horse Nower steam engine and seven Siemens Dynamo electric machines and an eighth of very Small size used As an exciter to the others. One of the warehouses 300ft. Long by 150ft. Wide slighted by eight Small a los. Tiie Inrush " electric Light an american invent Oiin is also most successful. At the South Kensington museum a Large court formerly a ignited by 1,700 Gais jets is Tiow lighted by eight Brush lamps at a Cost of 3s. Per Hur or a saving of 10s. Per hour is co Mizied with Gas at the London Price of 3s.4d.per1,d 0 ft., the Light has the advantage Over Gas for museum purposes of being non i Destrie Diveto i paintings and works of Irti acid moreover it is safer. Bass s Celeri red b Reiers is n of lighted on the Brush system 4. I Ewi Ehi i e in in a git the improve meets recently de id the Grain ii e each Iii inv acre s Edythe Power of d n Lilit find. Its clip ability Oti Sulilie vision in in hic res Lect it is said to surpass ill other Ilicito Hald tits plication o t me Stu uses on a con Sidur ble Sculpin Pris the a of electricity is generated at a Contrail Point i the Light is Ido in y wires flier lever required widish a Edermein a Toht equal to -003 cries re quires 1the use of6onlyvoneiha-Liorse Poter Nat twelve orse Power engine t ill 11nun tin thirty lights 30 Anilse Deison a Jig Irish not yet Goto f beyond Thelmi Esperin lentil stage As to apr in Blie or Public purposes. -edis6on Udimore too Nike his Ampi it suit table Foril household irl poses let uis Lope lie will be successful. E ii the Honey extractor tiie i Denti Orlof thre did much keeping of bees Onan a Exten i Sive scale i moire Cul Fly Iii Erica but the Fuit lie Insi Nti Oln f Shlim Estip icel t Rii fugal Honey ii Wietor h is Iliin the Seifri years Clit it Ili nost Clou bed the nimber of Ibee Kei gels a a i1xdh it act from each live. Thoc Iai Tity of Hosie Ai bed in unit cattisi6hdkloiu cd 1bof 9 edit Bebout i5bb Sodie authorities s5y less some Moe theil Fose it is evident that Iff i instead of ides Tsoyin the comb every time Honey is a wanted this Honey any ? Tike iia Jaidt the combing isp1ickedhot Only i a Toniey sied which

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