When I saw that "fish" could be the theme for 103 Sepia Saturday, I dug this up out of my postcard collection. On the back of the postcard, it reads: This most interesting "Hydrolic Fish" invented by Mr. Arthur W. Attridge to save labour, is a near approach to perpetual motion. It my be seen in operation at his farm on the south side of South West Miramichi River, just below the Highway Bridge at Doaktown, NB. This contraption was a perpetual source of water for his family and farm, quite ingenious!!
Of course, this isn't in existence presently, but it must have been quite the thing to see!!