Item 07: Hector Brewer diary, 17 November-12 December 1918 - Page 108
out from underground & is then brought up to the top in lifts where it is thrown into huge crushers and ground to a powder. From this rock, Plaster of Paris, Sirapite Plaster, Keene's Cement, Pariah Cement and manure are extracted.
The whole household went to a concert held in the village school this evening. It was a very good show indeed for such a small village and
throws reflects a good deal of credit on the promoters.
A good deal of trouble seems to be brewing