Southern Cross also were agents for Fuller & Johnson Farm Pump engines up until Southern Cross went back into engine manufacture in 1926.
For the brass parts I soaked some paper kitchen towel in vinegar and wrapped it around the brass parts.
By the morning most of the green coating was gone, and all it needed was a light polish.
Next to be fitted was the cam follower and the governors, which was quite straight forward.
Last to go on was the magneto which needed to be timed.
Stationary engines were used to drive transmissions in factories, mils, wheat grinders, circular saws, pumps and so on.