CC Madhya 12.78

nūtana eka-śata ghaṭa, śata sammārjanī
paḍichā āniyā dila prabhura icchā jāni’
Word for word: 
nūtana — new; eka-śata — one hundred; ghaṭa — waterpots; śata — hundred; sammārjanī — brooms; paḍichā — the superintendent; āniyā — bringing; dila — delivered; prabhura — of the Lord; icchā — the desire; jāni’ — knowing.
Translation: 
As soon as the superintendent understood the desire of the Lord, he immediately delivered a hundred new waterpots and a hundred brooms for sweeping the temple.