Historical information

Magazine published by the State Electricity Commission of Victorian reporting the success of the Ballarat, Bendigo and Geelong entrants in the Most Popular Conductress Competition with photographs of each of the Conductresses and their fundraising totals. Sylvia Mitchell Ballarat, Miss J McCurdy Geelong, and Mrs. D Rosewarne Bendigo. See item 8825 for part of this magazine collected by Sylvia Mitchell. See also item 247 for another image.
Included in this issue are items on casualties on service, briquette factory notes, how street lights affect trees, unique transformer at Newport, Sergeant Staples and Mrs Mitchell, Australia's First Electric tram (Doncaster - Box Hill), Kiewa notes, G A Laurens on Bendigo, American Hospitality, In and around Yallourn, Rabual, How to become Magician C J White, Mozart by Wim Platt, the meaning of Maru, On Active Service, and letters from Servicemen.


Demonstrates the SECV news reporting to employees and the general public during the Second World War.

Physical description

Magazine - 48 quarto pages + light card covers, coloured cover centre stapled.