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"The men who do their duty - 1"

Cutting from 'Daily Express' of a profile of Herbert Thompson, the miller of a windmill at Epworth. The article outlines how Mr. Thompson and his sons contribute to the agricultural production, and includes Mr. Thompson's regret that so much fertile land was left unfarmed at the time.

"English Windmills by M I Batten

Cutting from "Kent and Sussex Post" reporting that the Architectural Press have just published an interesting "work" on "English Windmills" by the author M I Batten under the auspices of the SPAB. It makes mention of the fact that Windmills are "rapidly becoming things of the past", though many still remain.

"Shirley Windmill"

Cutting from "Croydon Advertiser". The old windmill at Shirley village is a familiar landmark in the Shirley Hills.

"The Winds of Change Blow By"

Article in 'The Illustrated Carpenter and Builder' by Reece Winstone A.R.P.S., F.R.S.A. on the theme of the variety of windmills and the arrival of the new wind turbine being put up at St.Albans that should generate 100 kW in a 30 mile per hou. wind.

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Cutting from 'The Guardian' giving a brief history of New Mill near the Fulwell House. The article also mentions that the mill was converted into a paper mill in 1840, and was destroyed by a fire in 1878.

"Windmill which cost £30"

Cutting from 'Lincolnshire Chronicle' describing the disappearance of windmills in Lincolnshire. The article also includes a profile of Heapham Mill, including that it was built for only £30 for Mr. William Hewitt in 1876.

"Windmills out of work"

Cutting from 'The Nottingham Guardian' of an article by Fred Maynard describing an award given by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to a Lincolnshire farmer for maintaining his windmill in working condition. The article also provides a detailed background of windmill history in England.

"Kept windmill going"

Cutting from 'The Daily Telegraph' describing an award given by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to Mr. George Hewitt for maintaining his windmill in working condition.

"He keeps the old mill turning"

Cutting from 'Nottingham Evening News' describing an award given by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to Mr. George Hewitt for maintaining his windmill in working condition.

"Windmill's working days ended"

Cutting from an unknown source explaining that Heapham Mill had been damaged by lightning and its repair was unlikely. The article also mentions that the mill was owned by Mr. G. E. Hewitt.

"Well-maintained mill"

Cutting from 'Yorkshire Post' describing an award given by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to Mr. George Hewitt for maintaining his windmill in working condition.

"Heapham miller honoured"

Cutting from 'The News' describing an award given by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to Mr. George Hewitt for maintaining his windmill in working condition, presented by Mr. Rex Wailes. The article also contains a description of the ceremony.

"He kept windmill turning"

Cutting from 'Lincolnshire Echo' describing an award given by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to Mr. George Hewitt for maintaining his windmill in working condition, presented by Mr. Rex Wailes. The article also contains brief history of the mill.

"Award for windmill owner"

Cutting from 'The Times' describing an award given by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to Mr. George Hewitt for maintaining his windmill in working condition, presented by Mr. Rex Wailes.

"Windmill Stays"

Note in a local paper that Lambeth Council has decided to preserve the windmill on Brixton Hill, because it is surrounded by a childrens' playground.

"Brixton's mill"

Report in the 'Evening Standard' that restoration work on Brixton Hill's old windmill will soon begin, now that replacement parts have been located by a Lincolnshire millwright, Mr R. Thompson, at Burgh in Norfolk.

"Windmill model"

Note in the 'Norwich Mercury' about the monthly meeting of the Norwich and District Society of Model Engineers, at which Mr H O Clark gave a talk about his model of Sprowston Windmill (burnt down in 1934) and the history of milling.

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