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FENCING DAMAGE. BY BUSH FIRES Limited Material Available The East Gippsland Regional- War Ag -ultiural Committee, of which Mi. P. D. McRae is Regional. Organiser, advises the "Gippsland Times" that th. following materials will be. avail able in the ne:xt few days-10g. ga" vanised plain wire, fair supplies. 42in. x i1in. x 17g. galvanised wire netting, limited supplies. 12in. x 1lin. x 17g. galvanised wire netting, limited sup plies. 5ft. 6in. steel posts, very limited supnl'es. '2.500 tons of black 121g. barbed wire from Army supplies. We are informed that galvanises barbed wire is not available, neither is ringlock' or welded sheep fencing. Portion of the limited supplies of pip ing available is being made into farm gat-s. In cases where baths and bath heaters have been destroyed by fire, owners wishing to replace them by galvanised roll-edged . baths and heaters, are requested to notify the chairman of the local War Agricul tural Committee as quickly at possible sr that steps can be made to meet the need by releasing the requisite quantity of material.