"BETTER FARMING TRAIN."
Tour of Women's Section.
Owing to the interest shown by country women
in the demonstrations given by the experts in
the women's section on the Better Farming train,
the Railways Commissioners are continuing to run
the women's section of the train into the country
as a separate unit. Miss N. Calder (needlecraft),
Miss M. Williams and Miss J. Killeen (cookery), from the Education Department, as well as Sister
M. Peck, principal of baby health centres, will
accompany the cars, and demonstrations will be
given daily on cookery, needlecraft, domestic hy-
giene, and child welfare. The next tour will begin on June 8, when the train will visit Nyora.
Next day it will be at Glen Forbes and the fol- lowing day at Anderson. On June 11 it will visit
Wonthaggi, and the same night it will return to Melbourne.