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Wood fires in winter are still used and enjoyed in a lot of homes today, but those who use it know firewood is now an expensive luxury and that electric heating is much more convenient and cleaner. I can vividly remember going to bed by candlelight and being told to be sure and blow the candle out before you go to sleep. There are also memories of having to walk three miles each way to school for eight years over the Mt McKenzie Range and having to do my homework by the light of a two-burner kerosene lamp or if it was being used the light of a kerosene storm lantern or candles was often used.
These all had to be lit with matches that were common in the household.
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There was no pressing a button and having immediate lighting, which is much safer than the kids using matches, thanks to electric energy.
Windmills, or if you like the name better, wind power, has been used for many years mostly for pumping water for household use and watering stock and the vegetable garden, sometimes from rainwater tanks which by necessity were alongside the household or from wells and bores. These machines were powerful in low winds and had fans of varying sizes some up to 12 feet in diameter and mounted on galvanised towers some up to 60 feet in height.
They were always noisy machines but were never complained about because people had got used to them and were like a big alarm clock that when it stopped ticking it would wake the household.
There was never talk of noise pollution because they were a necessity and never complained about for being unsightly, they just had to be there and would have been missed if taken away.
What a wonderful boost for South Australia when almost everyone had access to volt electric power and lighting. Did anyone complain about the many poles and wires strung over most of the rural areas of the state? No, because almost everyone needed the electric energy. It had been accepted as normal for everyone. We are now faced with a greenhouse age and there is no doubt that it is necessary so I believe that the wind powered electric energy of today is really a wonderful means of assisting the Greenhouse movement and people will adjust to the noise and sight of the huge units in a very short space of time.
I would like to think that the young families of tomorrow will look at these wind farms working to produce electric energy without polluting the atmosphere and say what a wonderful thing our forefathers did in harnessing the wind to generate electricity for the use of mankind.
Joe Doddridge Nuriootpa Government opposition I have just heard on the ABC news that the federal government is planning to cut family tax benefits to people who refuse to vaccinate their children. This draconian action is an outrageous and discriminatory attack on financially struggling families who have done all the homework on this thorny issue and decided that there are better and safer ways to keep their children healthy. Has anyone ever done a survey of the health of unvaccinated children as opposed to those who are fully vaccinated?
Zion, Pr Geoff Havelberg, Ph Light Pass Immanuel Parish: Light Pass Strait Gate: Cambrai Uniting Church 5pm. Memorial meetings 11am Sunday. Bible Studies 8pm Tuesday. Worship Service Sunday Young generation and creche avail.
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Come see a truly great buy and start living the dream today. Above middle, this spectacular purse cake was made by JS Creations out of Ottawa donated this cake as a draw prize.
Above right, Purse event volunteer, Dianne Pinder-Moss assists purse buyers. Bottom, Laura Willey left and Donna Healey right took in the selection of brand name purses on the auction table. Jeff Mills — As a community developer at Mills Community Support Corporation, Mills uses the principles of asset based community development and believes that strong communities encourage all citizens to share their skills, talents, and gifts.
He co-ordinates the Neighbourhood Tomato Community Gardens, is the founder of Mississippi Mills Bicycle Month and had traveled to Haiti five times working on an art project with youth. Mills is available at Kate Miller and Gable — A longstanding member of Ottawa Therapy Dogs, Kate and her four-year-old golden retriever, Gable, visit multiple healthcare and social service facilities to provide comfort, peace, relief and companionship for those who suffer from physical or emotional pain.
The duo visit Fairview Manor and Almonte General Hospital bi-weekly and plan to work with young children with reading challenges in local schools. Kate and Gable are available at 1 and 1: Lila Duffy — A mature Anishinaabekwe Ojibwe woman from northwestern Ontario, Duffy joined the Canadian Forces at 17 years of age, retired after 20 years, then went back to school and became a licensed lawyer. Her passion is the effects of law and policy on Aboriginal people, and, particularly, Aboriginal women.
While in the public service, she worked in policy development, and specifically, over 11 years, worked on legislation which received Royal Assent last year which gives women on reserves property rights, which they previously did not have. Duffy is available at 1 and 1: Rod Windover — Celebrating his retirement from 35 years of public service, Windover traveled to Nepal in the fall of After working on the Vancouver and Whistler Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games for ten years, he headed off in search of another adventure.
He fulfilled a lifetime dream by trekking in the Himalayas. He is an active outdoor fan who is pursuing his next career as an author, teacher and consultant.
Windover is available at Winlove-Smith teaches private, corporate and community yoga classes throughout Perth, Smiths Falls and Almonte and is involved in a Harvard research study on the benefits of yoga for elementary school children.
WinloveSmith is available at 2 and 2: He has previous experience as a general contractor, mason, electrician and was an engineer at Alcatel-Lucent. He is available at 1: She starred in the series as the puppet character, Gloria Gopher.
Young is available at 1: Gawler Police for prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0. His vehicle was seized and he was issued with a licence disqualification. His vehicle was impounded for 28 days. His motor vehicle was seized for 28 days.
His vehicle was seized and he was issued with a 6 month licence disqualification. His vehicle was impounded for 28 days and he was issued with a licence disqualification.
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Gawler Police are continuing their enquiries. Gawler patrols are making enquires with suspects. The Panel will then report back to the Government by 30 October He has been barred from those premises for three months.