DAY­LIGHT SAV­ING - DREAM OR NIGHT­MARE:

Wangaratta Chronicle - - News -

Not ev­ery­one is over­joyed about the com­mence­ment of day­light sav­ing on Sun­day morn­ing, not least those poor souls who may have a large clock col­lec­tion which needs to be ad­justed or maybe a staff mem­ber in a jew­ellery store. Pic­tured is Molly Bate at Wan­garatta Jew­ellers this week liv­ing the bi­en­nial night­mare as she got an early start ad­just­ing the hands on the large range of clocks in stock. The of­fi­cial changeover comes Sun­day morn­ing at 2am when you should wind your clock for­ward to 3am. Of course there is no law against ad­just­ing your time­piece the night be­fore when you go to bed to avoid any em­bar­rass­ment the next day. We will go through it all again on April 7 but we will worry about that then.

PHOTO: Mel Guy

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