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MAIDEN BROS.' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

MAIDEN BEOS.' ItEl'ORT. Pat Pigs.— The market yesterday was well- . ;: supplied, 1050 being yarded, porkers comprising the . bulk. The demand for light and medium weight porkers was good, and values ruled very firm, many sales showing a further improvement. Prime heavy baconers also, sold well, but light weights were neglected a£f' a lower range of values. Back fatt^rs were again cheaper. , Best b-iek tatters are worth to 90s, b'est baconers to 70s, Lest porkers to 38s Gd. We sold several' consignments at top inarkot r ites. . 19th February, 1913;

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

A GROCER'S RECOMMENDATION For the p-ist 20. years,' says Mr. R. .Harrison, grocer, Parrauiaita Road and Catherine-f-tieet,' Leichhardt, N.S.W. ''I have been a .sufTrrer .from jiiar -rhcB'i.Vd'nd although L hare tried doctors' preseriptions have found nuthing relieve me like Chatn bprlain's Colic and Diari-Losa Remedy. I always ke,ep 11 bottle for iiiy own use at my private residence aud at my stine.' . l?or sale by F. Pilgrim and Leo. Debirue, IJay. mund. Terrace,: J. P. Wade, Bullahdelah, itud-all dealers; iu tufdiciues, 1 » '

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

SYDNEY MAHlCIS'i'S. - Hut ter— Specially flavo:ed brands 100s, goud second grade tiom 92p to 9Gs, other ^t-ades 8;is to 'JOs per cwt. ~ ? , Lituovno Hay. — Looal : UiHiter River, prime dry giefin.i£4 15s, good Jil 5.5 to Jit 1 0s, small bales to £b 5s, solt green JJ3 lOa'to-JJl per ton. Oaten Hay — Victorian, X7 por ton. Brooiu- Millet— Prime long hurl £28 to J530, ohort and solt working -C-'H to ai29, discoloi-ed and crooked 4{20 to £'£0 per ton Maize— Northern River 4s (id. iuferior 43 Od downwards, according to quality ; white 4s 6d, inferior 4s 3d por bushel. r- llacou — Best factory, sides 73d to 8d, flitolies , : 7-|d to 7id, heavy sides OJd to 7d, middles l jdi shoulders 5d to 53d j bacon, hams nominal, single. , 7 clatoltd, Pineapple sides SJd, tTilcho 8Jd, inid- : dies lOJd, shoulders 5i 1 per lh. . Mggs-^yuhurbun new laid 15d, few eases select ed lGd ; Northern River. 12 1, Railway 131, duck eggs,)3d to 14d per dozen ?. lloney.— Sixty-pound . tins, of choice western, 3d to...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Municipal Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

Municipal Nominations, Those persons, both candidates and ratepayers, who attended at the council chambers on Tuesday to hear the decla ration of the returning officer regarding the nominations for -the election of au alderman to fill the vacancy in the local council caused by the resignation of 'Alderman Jenkins, were somewhat stag gered when the relurniiiK officer (Mr. A. L.- Adam), after reading the six nomina tions received, announced that the whole six nominations were iuvalid, on account of all owing the half-year's sauitary rates, which, were due iu advance on January 1. The clauses of the Act relating to nominations were read, and are as fol lows : — Section 70, sub-section a, says^ — A person is disqualified for' the- office of alderman if he has not prior to the seventh clear day before the day of no mination of candidates for such office, paid all sums due by hiiii on such day to the council for rates and charges. Section 103, sub section 2, reads After the 3 isc clay of ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

' MAITLAND STOCK SALES. There was a light supply, of cattle penned »t tho Maitland fat. stock sales 011 Monday, consist ing ot' a fair proportion pt' good to'primo bullocks, and the. balance of medium and light weights, with about the ustuil immbot- of cows. Tho market opened 10s to 15s in advanc j of previous day's rute3, bub eused slightly towarda the finish., Prime nod weighty yards t.f liullocks sold at J2!)' r/l'.t* iVBif'' pr'mo -£8 I5n 'to -69 53. good £7 los to.^8 lO^medium j£(! 15s to & 7 10s ; prime cows sold from ^£0 us to. JlHSs,.gpp(] £5 Bs to ^6, ineilium from ^84. . ' Fat calves were in mod-r.ite supply, the qualify on the whole being littlu better;'than of Into; The market Was strong, values showing a mitrked i mproveuierit on list week. JJest 'realers made to 95s, heavy weights to 135s, good to 75s. mcd imn to 503, and light to 80s. Tl-e pig supply wns not as: heavy as usual, and ooosi sted-uiostly of medium grades. The market wa3 fairly active, and prices r...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Durham Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

Durham Electorate. - Mr. W. Brown,. M-L. A. ,.has forwarded us the following official correspondence for publication : — Public Works Department, Newcastle, 13th Feb., 1913. . Sir, — With reference to the personal inquiries made by you ou the ioth inst., - in regard to the proposed constructiou of a steamer for . the Newcastle-Stockton ferry, I have the, honor to inforin you that preliminary plans have now been prepared. - ' In view of the transfer of the Govern ment. Dockyards to the Commonwealth, .however, iio further.: action can be, taken in regard to carrying out the work at Cockatoo Island, and the . Minister has, therefore instructed Vliat the work is to be executed at Newcastle.-- ^1 have, etc. , J. Davjs, : Director Qetjeral of Public Works. ?W, Brown, Esq., M.L.'A.., Parliuuieul Holism.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Commercial. RAYMOND TERRACE MARKETS. E. WINDEYER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

Commercial 11AYMOND TEnRACIS MARK UTS. ? E. WlNDHVUIl's KlSl'OI'.T. . Eggs— la 7J1 to ii pur dozen. y I Means— Is 2d- to Is iid pov ]jocU l'ena — Is 5d to 2s pur' pod: ' ? Tomatoes— -Ud to Is 3d pnr dozoii Cuoumbbrs— 2d to 7(lpor dozen Cabbage— 2s to !is fid per dozen ' . Poaches — Gd pot- dozen ? Grapoa — Id to 3d- per lb. Potatoes— Is 6d to 2s por qunrtor Apple3— Gd to Is por dozen ? - Onions-— Id por lb Pumpkins— 3s 6d to 4s por dozen ^ Melons —Ai to 13s per dozen Poultry— Roosters ls Gd to 4s od. heiis 2s 9d to 2s lOd, ducks 2s Id to 3s 7d per pair. | Pigs. — Isold for A.'Fraser 2 nt 20s, J. B'airhall 4~ub !8s, C, Maslin 4 at 10s, P.Kelly 14 from 6s to 7s 0d, Blufoi'd.nnd Hain 6 Trom 10s 3d to lis, 4.. J . Swebcok 5 at 9s. :

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Co-operative Bacon Company [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

Go-operative Bacon Company The general meeting in couuectiou with the propos.il to establish a bacou company, recently . brought , forward by the Gresford Farmers' Association; aud on which several meetings have been held, eventuated at Patersou on Tuesday, nth inst., Mr. J. W. Boag presiding. The minutes of previous meetiug were a read and confirmed, with the exclusiou of a motion to the effect that shareholders failing to supply to the factory within 12 months from the commencement of opera- ^ tious should forfeit their shares, which was erroneously recorded; as carried. Canvassers reported the promise of a fair number of shares, but no thorough canvass lias yet been made; ? The chairman read a report from -Ky- gle Bacon Co., with a plant to suit the ?%. proposed factory company costing about ^7500- ? '' . Waugli and Josephion also supplied approximate quotations' for ? plant to handle about 250 pigs per week — ^3500 machinery and ^36.00 buildings all com plete. Hatidliug of pigs-...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Sculling Championship. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

Sculling Championship. Jim Paddpn, unknown as a sculler a year; ago. is now. champion '.of Australia. On Saturday afternoon he beat Alfred Felton decisively. Twenty-five lengths or thereabouts, was the verdict. Paddon justified all that was claimed for him. He has great pace, au.awk wardj clumsy style, and the strength and stamina of. a giant. , There; was something in the 'manner in which be rowed his race though that, impressed many onlookers as not only unusual, but peculiar. : He never eased up. He gained a slight advantage at the start, something like a quarter of a length, but when Felton caught and passed him he hung 011 splendidly, and eventually rowed his opponent down. Even when he was 25 and 20 lengths in front he was, or rather appeared to be, rowing as hard as ever. . One would have thought that Feltou was pressing him hard, so strenu ously was lie rowing. He may have had his own reasons for this, but all the same, it is hard' to understand. Perhaps it was due to the . ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

/ ^ ( Always SPECIALS In - Every Department. F. PILGRIM, (Late Richardson & Scully), RAYMOND TER BACE. ?; ' -A. '?'-:? ^ . V- ^ V 'r r ' ^W5y ^ V-' ' '-?. v * ;4*' i '_' V' : -7'» -/i * ''V* VT ^ ;s ?' ? ..-I ^ i .; ' r ? --1 3 ;X;,,3-%;^; -VX'/V , uiv,,MV^'V-s'i'r, . , ./'.Kr ? ' - ?n^''* . -? :' !«? ? 4 *ru i j CHEMIST ajtdJ SUKGEON DENTIST. Harwood's Preparations— Cough Mixture, Magic Ointment, Aperient and Antibiliuu? Pills for the Liver, Household Disinfectants, Dr. Saul's Toniu Laxative Syrup for Ladi.es and Children, Influenza Tablets, Bron chial Tablets for Cou»hs, Colde, Throat ( and Lungs, Rheumatic Cure, Touic Syrup of Ilypophospbates, Caecara Tabloids?, Junket Tablets, Worm Syrup ? loi Children. ? PATENT M EDICINKS. India Rubber Goods — Enemas, Breast rumps, Nipple Shields etc. ? ? TRUSSES (DOUBLE AND SINGLE). . BUUSIlWAllE AND COMBS. SOAPS AND PERFUMERY. S'l ATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, AND GLASSWARE. WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS. BASKET WAKE. ATC11ES, CLOCKS, &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

► I fat-Jib FEDERAL SH0EING F0RGH j.^lpeSey, uSbBJeT PARKIER and general blacksmith William-street, Raymond Terrace. 1 - AU firanohes oi Work Executed, iucludiug Whcelwrigbting of every Dubcripliou. .v'- Jtnplfweutflnd General Machinery Repairs. j ^ ~ ? ' v '' ' Tiling by Up to chile Macliiuerj. , SHOEING A SPECIALITY. Also Agent foi The New Zealand Insurance Company, Ltd.— Fire, Marine, Accident, iu:d Live Stock. Farmers, ensure your Brood -Mures against loss. * A frootoids ^0-n^a^°n' ? Headache, Indigestion. ? Delightful Family Medicine TIp-t°-Date Coach Painting. Coach Painter and Trimmer, WILLIAM, STREET, RAYMOND TERRACE. ALLs CLASSES OF VEHICLES PAINTED, TttlMNED, AND. EgP AIRED. SIGN WRITING, ETC~DONE.~ ~ * 'WHATEVER YOU ARE, BE IT.' , o o o o o «£- , Haviug been specially- trained to the Eugiaeering, Machinery, and Hardware Trade, the Originator, of our business a good many years ago became convinced . that this district was in need of, and could support, a business ppscially...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. _J?ree Presbylerian Church. — Divine ser vice next Sabbath : — East Maitland 11 Raymond Ternioe 3, 0«ik lamls ,( Mr. Mo DonalclW7.!-30. Mr. I!. Alii 11. Farm Sale. — YesUr-'a v Mr. Windeyer dis posed ot the la rin, sil u 1 fd at Wood berry, Turro, contaiiiing 15- hcib*, ami lately occu-' pied by the late Mrs. Caiman, at publie auction, the piucliaser being Mr. G o. Per ret t, at per acre. Reported ltich Vein of Gold.— A re port frouvNundle (states that some excite ment lias been caused at that place by the; striking- of a .'rich vein of gold tl;e Hidden Treasure mine (late White Rose).. The reef averages eight inches, and is 1 calculated to crush from 40 to 60 ounces per ton. The find explodes the theorj held by old miners at bundle, th^it tl-e gold does not go-down any depth iu the country about Nundle, for the Hidden Treasure mine is-the deepest yet worked iu the locality. 1 t \ ) Dentist T. G. King, Specialist in JPainless Dentistry, Jiigli-street, West Maitlan...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

Ifcj BSEiV30R!AKJ. JOHNSON — In loving memory of our dear mother aud gr indmother, Su^auah, who died February 21, 1012, aged GO years. Cold is the heart that once beat so fondly,'.- . How wo miss lu-r loud loving care ; . :Lnne isalie home that ouce r — . No loud loving mother to greet na is there. Inserted by her loving daughter and souin hiw, Lizzie and Charles Linich, aud grandchild^ ren, Karunh. ? CIjc lliinmont) Scffacc FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, '.913

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

Mr. Donkiu a pastoralist of Lake Cowal, who recently severely criticised system of convevingstock to Flemington, says that -if mutton is to be sold it must be exported. There was not sufficient population in . Australia, argued Mr. Donkin, to 'buy nearly all the mutton the country could produce, aud London .was the natural outlet. Hannah Jane Nunu, a married woman, living at Snake Valley, was charged .at. the Smytliesdale Court, Victoria, with having ob t a in'ed pa y m e u t of the,nu)tfkjg| ity bonus bjT false ore'tences* and: furisien with having forged the uurse's signature I to the claim. Defeudent when asked what she had to say, burst into tears, and said she .had not thought there was 1 any -harm in signing the papers a few j days before the bouus was iu operation. I The magistrate said the case did not justify leniency, aud tbe offence was aggravated by defendeut forging the nurse's signature. He fined her £ 10 , with 8 guineas costs. Private advices at Washington indicate t...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

NERVOUS | BREAKDOWN A REMARKABLE CURE What Cltments Tonic c«n do in restoring^ the nerves to healthy power and making the weakened system strong. A letter in point which is worth reading. No. 6 Post Office Place, . South Melb., 2/7/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., ' Your tonic is one of the quickest i nerve and brain cures known. I tried all kinds of doctors' medicines, and got no relief as I have from your tonic. I could not stand anyone talking to i me, or the noise of the town traffic. I lost appetite and weight. I was that ! weak at times a child could push me ; over. I had to five up work. May hour after hour awake, now 1 can 1 go to bed and almost sleep at once; I My case was one of the worst I evervf beard of. I thought I would never/ IS : get well. . I can hardly believe thle h . relief I have got from Clements Tonic. M Nearly all those symptoms I told you IS of have left me, and -two or: three more bottles will make me strong. M Before this I was goingrtwice. a week B I to the Melb...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

Delicate fiealtft Or THOSE' WHO sometimes REQUIRE A STIMULANT j should take/ in the moderate doses i:' prescribed, '- ?'--'? Schnapps An ideal spirit for -women. It -will ? be foimd a potent and pleasant remedy for the various ailments peculiar to the sex. ASK FOR mu'$ The only 'REAL SCHNAPPS. 4 f ?? OO BUY ORIGINAL LOTTLI23. d-?,~ ?

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Australian Butter. HIGH COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. COLONIAL COMMITTEE'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

Australian Uutter. I-Iigh Commissioner's Report. COLONIAl, COMiim'KE'S V-IKWS. The controversy to which Sir George Reid's report has given rise is thus sum marised in the ..' Argus' (Melbourne) ou the xst inst.- This concisely represents the position to date : — London, Jan. 30; In connection with the reports by the Australian High Commissioner' - (Sir George Reid) regarding certain practices in the Australian butter trade in London, the Colonial Butter Committee has ca bled to .their principals as follows : — '-' Sir George Reid refuses to cable the committee's commentary on the reports . He offers to mail it without endorsement.. He admits that tlie reports were prepared for him, but declines to give the writer's name or to substantiate the charges. The butter agents are arranging to inter view Sij George Reid, in order to repu diate the general misstatements.'

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Waugh and Josephson's Change of Address. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

Waugh and Josephson's , Change of Address. in consequence of the consistent develop, ineut of our busiuesB it has been necessury to build new busiuess premises which are {situated at the corner of Goulburn and Brisbane Streets, Sydney, to enable us to more promptly and effectively deal with our ever increasing number of order?. We shall be mist pleased to welcome all our friends, especially those of Ions stauding. to our new premises. ?': = In our showroom ?w'e will Lave on view full lines of the latest Alfa Laval Cream Separators, L.K.G Milking machine ' and - other machiue'ry required in connection with cheese and butter factories, and for all those engaged in dairyiug aud other rural pursuits. 'We will also lmve on bIiow the two most famous Oil Engines of -the day, viz : the Ccossley Engine operating- on kerosene. and the 1 Standard Engine operating on benzine; also steam engiues and b ilers for all purposes, machinery oils and engineers' supplies, refrigerating^ machinery for ic...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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COMPANIES' STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

Companies' Statement. The following statement has been fur nished to 11s on behalf of the co-operative, companies : — ' The representatives in Melbourne of the co-operative distributing companies contend that the actions of Sir George Reid are alike illogical and unfair. They point out that in the first instance' he made allegations against their officers in London of a most damaging character. When challenged, he admitted that his charges were untrue so far as the co operative committee was concerned, and sheltered himself under the vague state ment that it was some other committee or body which was guilty of the objection able practices regarding the fixing of prices. He further excused himself by saying that his ' informant unfortunately did notmake this quite clear.' It is con tended that this admission shows the weakness of the High Commissioner's position. According to this, he had ac cepted the ex parte statement of some irresponsible individual to make an attack upon co-oper...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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SIR GEORGE REID'S COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 February 1913

Sir George. Rrid's Comment. ' The High Commissioner in London (Sir George Reid) communicated with the External Affairs Department by cable, intimating that he had read state ments to-tlie effect that Australian news papers had reported that lie: personally had visited 62 British butter shows, in the course of which he detected some abuses which were greatly to the disad vantage of Australian factories. This statement, the High Commissioner pointed out, was quite wrong. His re ports-were based entirely upon the state ments made to hi ill oti what he considered ? ?could be accepted as reliable authority. It was not a fact that lie had formed his conclusions oti his own observations.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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