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GREAT RAIN STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 14 March 1913

GREAT RAIN STORM. On Saturday last one of the heaviest raiu stoniis experienced in this district occurred. The rain was accompanied by a strong southerly vvind,: which at tunes blew almost a gale, the latter being re sponsible for much damage to the stand ing crops, in places levelling them to. the ground. Rain fell all day . and. up till Aabout 9 o'clock at night, but it was not i until the- afternoon, between 2 and 4 ! o'clock, that the worst part of the storm ] was experienced. At that time the rain fell so. heavily that the drains were:unable , to copeVjVith the rush of water, and the consequence was that it found its- way over the roads, being feet deep in some places, a sight never witnessed befere, except in times of flood. All the low lying lands were submerged, and on the Forest and Plains many farms were under water. The storm was most severe at Fullerton Cove', where the gale ploughed a narrow track for many I miles, tearing up large, trees and hurling. them along as thou...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 14 March 1913

UP NIGHT AFTFR NIGHT. 'When my childreu had coup I was up night after witlrthem and was quite worn out,' writes Mrs. Temple, Brunswick, Vic. 'I tried different medecines but they did them no good. Then ou the advice of a friend, I tried Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy and It proved a Gcd-send to me, for it gave them instant releir.' For sale by F. Pilgrim and Leo. Delarue, Raymond Ter race, J F. Wade, Bullahdeiab, and all dealers in medicines.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Sydney and Suburbs Storm-Swept. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 14 March 1913

Sydney and Suburbs Storm Swept. ? The torrential -nature of. the rain from the time it set in iu Sydney on Thursday afteruoou, 7th inst, till after the follovv -j| ing Saturday night's violent storm, can ' be imagined by the fact -that it was a record fall, causing 'destruction -to roads, flooding of numerous buildings and occu A pants rescued, and the loss of several lives. . ?: From 9 a.m. oti Thursday till 9 a.m. ou Sunday the total amount recorded at the Observatory was 8 inches 23 points, while the highest velocity of the wind recorded was 66 miles an hour,' which . was reached at. 9.35 p.m. on Saturday. The -wind blew a great hurricane, and during the fierce gu.-its caused many of the buildings in the city to rattle, and damaging the anemometer at the Sydney Observatory, whicb, deprived the meteor ologists , of -the means of ascertaining ' whether the vvind topped 66 miles an hour. ? It is estimated that over ^200,000 ^vorth of damage has been done in the city and suburbs ; in...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Irrigating Maize. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 14 March 1913

Irrigating Maize. There appears to be an impression in some districts that maize which has been irrigated by flooding will not ' cob' as well if the water, is supplied in drills. As a matter of fact there should be, little difference either way. The secret of the succ ssful crop ping under irrigation is cultivation, of which it is literally true that .there cannot be too much. The quantity of water applied and the number of times it is turned on, matter far lesa, if the soil is well worked after every soaking. A farmer asked the Superintendent not long ago to look at a certain crop which he was in doubt about. When asked how often he applied water, the grower could not . say exactly, but he had turned it on whenever the plants were wilting a bit. —Had he cultivated at all ? No, not once. The soil had had successive soak* ings, but not a single cultivation. How water should be applied, how much and how often, are questions of quite inferior importance to this working of the surface, ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 14 March 1913

ONCE' MORE TO TEE FRONT. THIS Saturday :: to :: Saturday WEEK NEXT ? WILL BE A. r | Carnival j wm | '' r ?/l Raymond j i Terrace, j Once More in the Lead With At Half Price. ftf'TltW Check Blouse Silks ..; usual price 1/-, reduced to 9d Shantung Lawns ; usual price lOd, reduced to 7d — Muslin Blouse Lengths ; usual ? price 2/11, reduced to 1/9 ''' pr ice'7'f d, reaiicSa'ro^cr^^11 Creaui Canvas Voile ; usual price 1/11, reduced to 1/ Cream Golf Blousing ; usual price 1/3, reduced to 9d 1 Piece only of Green Tapestry Carpet to go at 1/6 LOT OP MANUFACTURERS' HOSE TO GO UNDER COST. This is One to go on With. Lot of Boys' and Youths' Wliite Duck Coats, all sizes ; usual price 4/6, to clear at 1/11 each , Lot of Men's Ditto ; usual price 5/6, to go at 3/6 PLEASE NOTE. These Prices are for Cash Only. F. Pilgrim, j (Late Richardson & Scully), Up-to-Dato General Merchant, liAYMONI) TEltltACE. | r | | - Important 'Business | I Announcement | +|j To the Public of Raymond Terrace and S...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 14 March 1913

'''WflKL' -? ^^asBBjSSST farmer and oeherai. blacksmith ' 'William -street, Raymond Tsrrace. All Branches of Work Exdsuted, including Wheel wrightiug oi every Description./ fij^y -p-v ? ^ Implement and Gonerni Mpchineiy Repjuis. - ^ -„? ' ' f -.-:'T ?? . ?,? - ?:???*:??. ??':?:? Tiring by Up to date Machinery. SHOEINQ A SPECIALITY. Also Agout for The New Zealand Insurance Company, Ltd. — F.re, Marine, - . Accident, nudLivo Stock.- . ' Fanners, -ensure your Brood- Marpg ngainst loss. tit frootokis |g For Constipation, 1 Bad Breath, I B^v * Headache, Indigestion. 1 Delightful Family Medicine | TJp-to-Date Coach Fainting. yHgA-ETCr^gg^ Coaoh Painter and Trimmer, WILLIAM, STREET, RAYMOND TERRACE. . . ALL CLASSES OF VEHICLES PAINTED, TRIMNED, AND REPAIRED. . .- ? -trTZA. ? ' jS.T ft'NLAVJIL'LJ^LG., EX C.^DQN 'R _ ' ? ? ? ? . ! ''WHS-TIYEU^YOU. j 0 0 0 0 0 ' Having been specially trained to the Engineering, Machinery, aud Hardware Trade the Ori»inator of our business a good many years ago...

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 — 14 March 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. I iee - Presbyterian t/'liurch. — Divine ver- ? vie(i ??^ie«t Sabbath : — H-iat -,-Maitlaud. 11. Rajmond Tenaoe 0, 0 ..l-lamls (Mr. Mo-. Di)li:i'ld'p) 7.30. Rev, \V, N, V/iIssujj, I 1 Dentist T. G. King. ?-.?Specialist in Painless ^Dentistry, -; High^stree.t, West Mainland;'.- will visit Raymond Terrace every-Tluirsday, and may. be consulted ut iroonis right opposite the Examiner Gllce. Hours, y.3'0 u.m:, till 4 p.uv Iced Fountain-. Drinks, aud Fresh Ice Cream daily at P. Krolin's, King-street. The twelve months1', trip round the world and £ too in. cash , or a work of art valued at £500, offered by .the eight hours committee in Melbourne in their forthcoming 57th annual art union is.one which excites widespread interest, and usually enlists a very general suppoil. The committee, in consequence, again announce that valuable prize as the first, and offer in addition 99 others, ranging. in value from ^100. The support ac corded the undertaking last year. was so gene...

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 — 14 March 1913

I\' MEMORIASVI. HOVCB—Iu loving memory of - our . dear motlior, P -i*ntcilla;Iioyce, who departod .this life 13th: M.irph, 1012. God called her home, it was His will, %. Unt il). ox|t- hearts sho dwelloth still.. Hov njemopy is qs dpay to-c|a,v - As in-tho hour alio paisaod away. Inserted by her loving eon aud daughter in law, Fredrick aud Minnie Boyue. i BOl'CE— In loving memory oi our dear wife and mother, Prismlla, who departed this lire 13th March, 1912, aged 09 ytars. - Inserted by hoi- loving buebaud- and family, MORRIS -lu loving memory of our dear wife i and mother, Jlargaret Jaue, who departed I' -this life 1-1-th March, 1912, aged 58 years. ... . . Gone, but uot torgolton. i Inserted by hor.lov;ng husband and family. , (L'uc itriiimcmu 7^crr;icD , ? ? I FRIDAY, SI A IlC II 11, 191:3.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Sand in Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 14 March 1913

Sand in Horses. The department was lately asked for some information about the above trouble, and the reply furnished by the Chief Inspector of Stock was in this wise : — There is no special literature on the subject . of sand in horses, but reference may be made to Smith's ' Vetirinary Hygiene,' page 161, where it is stated that gravel and sand are taken up and frequently ac ? cumulate in the great colon, as tho result of feeding on dirty grains, such as tho ' ooulteo' oi; southern:: ? India ; colicj enteritis afcd imp'aotid'n are in consequence very common. The auimals also take sand iuto the system when ^gra-'mg on sandy country, especially if the feed is very short, and it is uot at all unconrnon to get cases of san i colic amongst horses tethered out on military en cam; ments. As regards treatment, tho follow ing drench might be given in such casos : Tincture of beladonna, loz. well mixed with 1 to li pints of lin seed oil, according to the size of the animal. Iu addition to th...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Pleuro Pneumonia. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 14 March 1913

pleuropneumonia. Tho highly contagious nature of pleuvo-penumonia, and the fact that treatment for it is useless, make it a matter of importance to stock owners, that they should be familiar with the appearance of affected animals, and also with the measures that are taken for its control in the herd. Ihe stock inspector at Moree recently caught a bullock in such a character istic position that ho took a couple of photographs of it, as it stood with head down, forelegs apart, eyes run ning, and ears drooping. Its general emaciation and staring coat further prepared an observer for the condi , tion subsequently disclosed. Such symptoms always in evidence in ad vanced cases, and when cattle are seen standing alone in the paddock, f under shade or rear water, or emit ting painful grunts, it is possible to say, almost without doubt, what is the trouble. At the vs . me time no thing can be said with absolute cer tainty untiLa.PO'st-mortem examina , .an v investigation can5offio'too searc...

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 — 14 March 1913

? fou Don't UfcntPbysic. ftlalk mm Work more Cat less Worry lc$$ and Drink moires THE ONLY REAL Schnapps Una vou will find Cift worth Hiving. j BUY V j WHOLE- - j BOTTLES. - - TUB - - PUREST - - LIQUOR . I

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Mr. McGowen. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 14 March 1913

N/,r\ MpGowen. For some time rumors have been current in political circles that Mrj McGowen's retirement from the leader ship of the Labor. Party would shortly': be -announced, ; It can now be authori tatively that after the present^Parliauient ? not only will Mr. McGowen relinquish the Premiership, but he will retire al together from active political life. Just before Mr. Holmau left for England the question of the leadership was touched' upon in Caucus, and it is not secret that then Mr. McGowen expressed his desire to relinquish the' position, the cares and responsibilities of which had made con siderable inroads on his health. It was with. a view to preserving the solidarity of the party that Mr. McGowen consent ed to continue iti the office of Premier. Mr. McGowen's genial persohality- has always been a strong factor in holding the party together, and Caucus was absolutely uuauiinous in seeking to pre vent tlie Premier relinquishing his office. Since then, although Parliament l...

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 — 14 March 1913

' Commonwealth -4§tis SSanh of HustvaUa Branchos nrc open for the transaction of Qorioral Banking Buslnoss througlioufc Australia ????? as un'lcr t— ' ?? -. : 'j v New Bouth Wal08— Sy-lnoy nnd Canberra. Victoria— Molbotirnc. Quocneland— llris!-;me nnt( Townsvillc- Qouth Au»tralia~A(lclftido. Wostorn Australla-rerth. Tasmania— ilolmrU ? .??-? . . ? : - ! ' ? -s. And at Kjjypt House, 3G-&S New, Uroad Street, London ; : C-uUo rouiltUnocR made to, nnd drafla drawn on foreign plaocs dirccb. Foreign.. Uilte nc.u'oLlat^cd ^and ?; collected I-elters 0? Credit ftnd Circular ^oLcs ia^ueil to anv part of the world. ?- Hills iiitgotifttcd or forwarded for collection. Hanlnnff and EKclmnjru ntisn-esfl of every de^nption trannactcd within (he - C'ommomveaMh United Kingdom and foreign countries. - . ^ . SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT flgoncioo nro open in practically (ill Post Offices which issue. Uonoy Orders In tho Australian' . , ? ? ' t Oommonwoalih and Papua. ? ???..; Withdrawals on damand m...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 14 March 1913

Municipal Council. !The ordinary ??.'monthly, lneeting of the tvo was lislrt in the council chamber* 011 .ed nes/l ay. uijjht; The Mavor (AJdei'innn nrlcey) ..preHidcd, -nnd. Alderninn ITanlon, rolui; and 1'. and J. Feeney ? were in at. ndnnce. . The minutes of the previous inec-ting were ad and eon firmed. . .Correspondence, was read from Messrs -Cilllen and Soiih. ;sfatmrr that .. nttpntinn .v l)ii Id be given to the removing of the -i! etnl landed at Enymoiul Terrace. -A. Inter mmuniual ion asked, the. council for per ie?ion to load the . metal ; and asking for t i.e use of the public wharf for a week and n ,-lmlf or two wet ks. — TlieMayor moved it at the council stand by its decision, and t at proceedings be instituted. Alderman ilftanlou Beconded the uiotioii, which was carried. The metal was to be removed by tue 17th iiiBt. ? j From II 1{, A. and II. A., r e k 1 ug council to JjiKe the necessary steps to haye Thursday, 'Srd April, the seciind (lay of the Maitland 'iJJiow, pro...

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 — 14 March 1913

HHEUM ATISXI IN TUE^eiCAN D \ LEGS. .-.?/? For years I -suffered wuh .'rheumatisqi ? iu the back and legs,' writes SJr.. 1|. 0. -Jfe1 ??;' Bliilps, Dutton, S. A. ,', and haye found ? Phauiberlain 1'iviu Balm tlie.Qnlj' thing |I»at gives me relief,- I have f014nd .1t most effective for nil ndtes and pains. My ? ?' . -family always use it for ne uralgia and Bpvain For sale by F.-Pil!?rim aud- Leo. Delarue, Raymond IVriaci), J. K. Wnde, Bullahdelah, : ? V. ;:. . ftli'd all ?Je'iilu'i'S 111 uidjivl'.'utja* ?

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Canberra, The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 14 March 1913

Canberra, 1 The Federal Capital. ... The Federal Captital was on Wednes day officially named ' Canberra.' The morning was unique in the history of , Australia, or for that matter iu the world's history, for never before had a Capital City for a whole coutiuent been inaugurated. -- In Europe, Asia, Africa, and America the distinction of being the Capital is divided among dozens of cities. But from Wednesday last onward Australia has one. Capital acknowledged by the whole continent, and Tasmania to boot. The place was worthy of the occasion. It was gentle undulating country, dotted here and there with Australian gums to lend appropriate locol color to the scene.. Around the Capital stands a circle of blue hills. The Capital has been carefelly planned. The spot on which is to rise the comme morative column— ^ whose commencement stones, were ' laid 011 ' Wednesday- is almost midway between the slope on which the Capital will rear its proud head and that on which Parliament House will be...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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SYDNEY MARKETS. MAIDEN BROS.' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 14 March 1913

SYDNEY MA:itKET8. . MAIDEN BP.OS.LltBPQltT. ? 'jj The market yosterday :Wa3' modorately^suj)'pliij*dj 1100 being yarded to: tho . uaual attendauoo of . buyers, - An active do nand provailed for all classes, ospeoially porkora, competition for which/ w.ia good and valuos much hotter than late rates.: All other pigs wore nlso dearer. Best bai.'kf fatters are worth to JB4 10s, Ijest baconers to.-70a;'i best , porkers to 40a. Wo strongly recommend owners' sending in.any -they may havo ready for: the Easter markets. i 12th -March. . '

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 — 14 March 1913

Commoroial KAYMOND TEBRAGE MARK KIN. 1 10. Windeyer's Repoiit. — 19 3d to Is 8Jd por dozen. Doana — Is 2d to Is 3d per peek . ? ; Peas^-ls fid to Is 7d por peek . . Tomatoes — Id to 7d por pczon v ; Cubbapo — Is 6d to 3a 13d por dozen - v . . . Melons --Ib (id to 4a per dozen Potatoes — la 6d to 2s per quiittor Apple8—4d to Gd por dozen , . i Quiucea — 2d to 3d per dozen :: ? ??? Persimmons — Id to 3d por doz. Pumpkins— iia to -Is poL- dozen . : ? Poultry— Boosters 2a lOd to 4s 9d. hens 2a 3d to 2a 5d, dueltsjis lOd to 4a lid por pair. Pigs.— -L sold'or ? U. Upton i at 32s 6d, 0.. . MoLouy 1 at 2ts, T. McDermott 5 at l'ts, A, McDonald .8 at ISa.Ud, W. Adauis-3 from 27s Gd to 40s, E. Boycc 4 from -18s Gd to 28a, H. Smith 5,, at Gs, Jos. Edsteiu G at3lsPd to 35s fid, M.. Eusaell 8 at 18s 6d, W. J?nan 5 at l la, M. O'Donohue 3 at lGs Od. P. Kisin 2 at 21s, . J.. Peenoy 4 at'8s, G. Nela.in 4 at 2(3s,- A . Moxey 12 from 5)s to 03 3d, Mrs. Caiman 8 from 20a to ZOs Gd.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Here He Comes! [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 21 March 1913

Here He Comes ! ' Look out ! Here he comes.!' The above cry had the e ect of gal vanising into extraordinary activity ?i bi-? crowd of youngsters, who had been playing in the vicinity of Dow ling-strcet, Moore Park, on Sunday morning.' The cause of the.- warning cry was soon made apparent, for hardly had the sound of the words died away than a big motor, carrying a single passenger, in addition to t-.e driver, appeared on the scene. Tbe solitary man, sitting on the soft seat of the car, amused himself by throw-, ing out handful s of coppers to the scampering children. These, stam peded all over the roadway in their efforts to gather in the flying money. The pace of the ear was not slack enod, and as it continued to travel tho young man dressed in a grey suit and a soft felt hat 'enjoyed him self by still scattering his money broadcast, and watching the shout ing juveniles scrambling for it. As they cleared up what had been tossed in their direction, many of them set off in an endeav...

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 March 1913

CURED A CROUPt COUGII. 'My little girl, Myrtle, agfed years, bail a hard cough with real croupy sound,' writes Mr. Cordes of Cromwell N.Z. 'Mr Hotop recoramt'iided me to try Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy, which 1 did. Afte r three or four doses all signs of croupiuess had disappeared ai)d the child was soon well.' Fijr 'sale by_ F. Pilgrim and Leo. j Delarue,. Raymond Terrace, J. 1'Y Wado, I Bulluhdelab, and all dealers iu mediuiues,

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