AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY.
It is often recognised that forests of good timl)cr are often the making of a large town, but are seldom a pei’nianent source of upkeep for the town. As years pass the timber gets further and further back until the town and the bush that were once adjacent become distant strangers. There are still good bush areas around Invercargill good, stately pines that will shortly have to bow to the woodman’s axe. Wo have lately discovered a plant of felled wood absolutely 7 dry, ih the shape of 6inch and 8-inch blocks, suitable for kindling. They- belong to the Westport Coal Co,, who will bo pleased to supply in large or small quantities any who want dry- blocks —and they arc dry.
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Southern Cross, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 15, 27 July 1907
AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 15, 27 July 1907
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