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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 March 1913

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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 — 28 March 1913

-Certificated lursia ' | TESTIFY TO THE GREAT NERVE I AND BLOOD MEDICINE — ' ? ? f . T ' - .?:??? . ; n THE MEDICINE FOR THE SICK AND WEAK. ?/] ? ? — ' . . : 1 ~~ . ' | for those seeking strength after severe illness. . I CLEMENTS tonic ltd. , ???.?'.?? hi 'It is some years since I first knew the value !;j of Clements Tonic, and I v-ish to 'tell the great good it did my daughter. Early in January last year she a went under a severe operation for appendicitis. She FJ teas eight weeks in the hospital, and came home Very 1 iweak and run down. I purchased several bottles of CLEMENTS TONIC and gave her a course. It soon strengthened her neroes, and she was as well at I could wish her to be before long. It is fourteen yean ago that I first used CLEMENTS TONIC; and in ???'? my profession as a nurse;' I haoe recommended that - medicine times out of number; 'I have seen people re stored to health and strength, and bless the the day they heard of CLEMENTS TONIC. 'Chat medicine has never faile...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Tuberculosis in Dairy Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 March 1913

i Tuberculosis in Oairy Cattle. ' i t ? Mr. T. K. Bavin , sitting as u Eoyal Commission to inquire iuto the question of Sydney's milk sup iply at Parliament SLouse, elicited some interesting evidence relating to tlie subject of this heading. Mr. Charles James Vy nor, chief veterinary, inspector to. tho Board ef llleulth, explained that the assistant j veterinary inspector could only get1 / (three days a week to inspect ^88 1 | dairies in the metropolitan area. The ') dairies' were insnnntfirl ahnnt, nnnir- in — j nine months. He attached a good / deal of importarce to tho inspections by local authorities for sanitary pur poses only, and not for the inspection ?/ of stoek. If the local inspectors j found any oattle which they regarded ! with suspicion, they communicated i with the Board of Health. In the IUaw. rra district particularly, very , . little importance could be attached to ?/;. local inspection of the dairy herds. Mr. Bavin : Why do you pick out I the Illawarra district ? ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 March 1913

^ Cricket! ~ *™ A rila ;ch. between Raymoud Terrace S. of A. C.C. and Seaham took place 011 tbe f 5tli inst. at the Terrace, the fortner playing with nine men and the latter ten. Seaham batted firsthand put up 106, of which n uniber Les. -.Holnies' contributed I4« ] Jigtiell 41, J. .'.Haiti 24, and E. Hoi well 14. . The School of Arts tnen made .4; , the only player to reach double figures . jeiu^i R. Warren 19. Jenkins retired Hurt with his score at 4. Bowling for the locals, Morris got 6 wickets for 29 and Hawkins 3 for 36. Holmes 2, Fisher ., and Foot 1 for Seaham. Seah tin aud Miller's Forest teams met on the Forest wicket 011 Suturday last, Seaham proving too good for the home team.* Scores Seaham : H. S. Biguell, l.b.Wi, b Coote, 114 ; C. H. Fisher 7, S. Foot 37, R. Ekert 9, J. Burgess 2, B. ISkert 7 E. Holwell 1, A. Pool. (not out) 3, suni Iries 1; total, ' 181. Miller's Forest.: ^L. - .Pullen 1, E. Da vies o, P. Boyce not out) 7, S. Monkley 1, S. Perrett p, L. O'Meara 15, R....

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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MR. T. WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 March 1913

; Mr. T. Wilson. - ? . The unexpected death took place on Sunday last of Mr. Thomas Wilson, an old and highly respected resident of Sear ham. '' He was carrying his grandchild about the paddock, showing him the horses and cowi, when he was seeti to suddenly fall to his knees, and expired within a few minutes. He leaves a widow and one daughter aud son, who have the most profound sympathy of the people of the whole district in their heavy affliction. The remains were in terred iu the Seaham cemetery on Mon day, the Rev. M. Garbett officiating. The funeral was conducted by Mr. W. C. Bishop.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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MR. CHARLES PARTRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 March 1913

„ Mr. Charges Partridge. Mr., Charles Partridge, father of Mrs. W. Brown, Mrs. R. Hill (Raymond Terrace), Mrs. E. Wilson (Hinton), and Mr. R. Partridge (Lismore), died at his daughter's (Mrs. Brown's) residence on Good Friday morning, after a long illness extending over many months. The de ceased gentleman was well known about Hinton, where he resided for the greater part of his life. He was a native of Somersetshire (England), and come to the country in liis early boyhood with his parents. He was 72 years old, and was, quiet and obliging iu his demeanor. The funeral was conducted on Saturday by Mr. Boots, the remains being buried in .the C. of E. cemetery at Raymond Terrace, the Rev. M. Garbett officiating.

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 — 28 March 1913

53xd - MAITLAHD SHOW - 53rd Under the Patronage of His Excellency stt' Gerald Strickland. 2, 3, 4, & 5, 1913- APRIL-2, 3, 4, & 5, 1913. THE EVENT OP THE YEAR. SPLENDID EXHIBITION IN ALL CLASSES OF HORSES AND CATTLE, POULTRY, PIGEONS, &c„ &c. FIRST DAY— Judgidg Day. SECOND DAY. i Ollicial Opening by His Excellency the Governor.- Grand Programmes of King Events. THIRD DAY. Splendid Programme cf Ring Events, commencing at 12.30 p.m. Trotting. Hunting and Higli i Jumping, &e., &c. ' i FOURTH DAY— SATURDAY. [ Auction Sales of Poultrv, Produce. Stock, etc.. cominoucing at 9.30 a.m. Also Interesting and I Exciting King Eventa, commencing at 1 o'clock. Admission— Adults 1/., Children undor 12, 6d. E. H. FOUNTAIN, Secretary. : NORTH COAST RAILWAY. (NOW OPEN TO TAREE). Ziand Sale- Xiand Sale.. Gloucester - Homestead - Subdivision. 2,530— AGUSS— 2,530 Subdivided into 30 Rich Agricultural Farms, in areas of 40 acres to 273 acres, and 4 Town Paddoc...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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MRS. CONNORS. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 March 1913

Mrs. Connors. The death occurred on Monday last of another old resident of the town, the victim this time, being Mrs. Connors, relict of the late: Martin ConnorS, age'd_ q rvears, _the causs^nfeatk^-ttging senile' Secay. The deceased was a native of Gounty Clare, Ireland, aud came to this country about 50 years ago, settling in this district, and remaining in it till her death. She leaves no family, her only child (a daughter) having passed away 19 years ago. The funeral took place 011 Tuesday last, the remains being in terred in the Roman Catholic cemetery, the Rev. T. A. Nealon performing the last sad rites. Mr. W. C. Bishop con ducted the funeral arrangements. Cadonia, an outsider, won the Sydney Cup on Monday, with Cagou second and Jacamar third.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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DISTRICT NEWS. KARUAH. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 March 1913

        DISTRICT NEWS. (From our Correspondents) KARUAH. Easter holidays passed off locally quietly but successfully. Quite a large number of holidaymakers found Karuah the magnetic centre of attraction. Some arrived accompanied by the useful ' sugar' bag with a heterogeneous col lection of lines, hooks, sinkers, and other articles, some cylindrical in shape and plugged at one end with soft bark, which   are considered indispensable for enticing the 'finny' inhabitants of the ' Port' from their native waters ; others came to explore the brushes aud scrub tangles of the neighbouring hills in search of some thing shootable ; while others came armed with the popular willow and leather sphere intent on either smiting the far-off ' century' or capturing the other fellows' wickets ; and many were the sightseers who came to see the latter perform. On Good Friday Karuah cricket team went down before a strong combination got to...

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 — 4 April 1913

JUST FOLLOWS THE DIRECTIONS. f' My eon gets so bad with oroup he can. not get his breath,' writes Mrs. Lewis, u Adelaide, S.A. ' I just follow tfce direc tions with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy \ and he is soon completoly cured. 1 never go to bed without a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house, for I don't know when Sydney will be attacked with croup.' For sale By F. Pilgrim and Leo. Delarue, Raymond Terrace, J. F. Wade, Bullahdelah, and all dealers in medicines. . Jolly Beggar was successful in annex ing the Doucaster Haujiicap at Raiid wick on Saturday, startiog ' ^t: 16 to x.; Sir Willie wag second, and R&'daor thi;4, ^

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 — 4 April 1913

Murtfoipal Council. .The ordinary monthly meeting of the above wa&held in the council chambers ou Wednesday night lust. The Mayor (Alderman Markey) presided, and there were also present : Aldermen Boots, Han ^ Ion, Krohn, and J. and T. Feeney. — ^ minutes of the previous meeting werelKid and confirmed. . , 1 WW*™ Iaid upon the table the cash I ~ b°ok?$ld bank pass books with a recon- 1 eilmtij^t statement showing a credit to gener^Fund at 31st March of ,£103/3/2. and t-mpecial fund of ,£34. » . The outward correspondence was read and approved. Inward correspondence was read from the Newcastle Town Clerk, stating that Margaret Forrester, of .7 William-street, Raymond Terrace, was an inmate of the Newcastle Hospital suffering from enteric feyer.— The clerk stated: that an inspec ' tion of . the. premises had been made, and the necessary precautions taken. From C. H. Wall, drawing attention to the stock straying nuisance in the main streets' of Jhe town.— Alderman Hanloti moved...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 4 April 1913

Postal Information. The following are the hours observed at LRaymond Terrace PoBt Office : — Post and Telegraph Office, Monday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Money Order Office, Monday to Fridays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ; Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 12 noon, . Post Office open on Sundays for delivery of letters, etc , only, from 9 a.m. to 9.30 a.m Mails arrive from Sydney, Newcastle, v West Maitland, East Maitland, Morpeth, etc., as follows Sunday, 8.50 a.m. . - . Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, X Friday, 12.30 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. ^ Saturday! 2.30 p.m. j/p Arrive from Stroud, Bullahdelah, Lime, burner's Creek, Booral, etc, at .3.40 p.m. all days except Sunday, Mails close lor Nelson's Plains, Miller'r Forest, Dockyard and Eskdale, each night at midnight. Mails close also for Sydney, Newcastle, WeBt Maitland, etc., at 3.30 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. Euwylong, Medowie, All worth (late New Wharf), Limeburner's Creek, Booral, Bui. lfihdelali and Stroud at 1 a.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wedne...

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 — 4 April 1913

'For seven years I have suffered^, with » neuralgia and shooting' pai&s in the head,' ! writes Mrs. M,_ Cradock, Salisbury, 8, A. '?I tried many things but found nothing . .. equal to Chamberlain's Pain Balm for giving instant relief. My son had neuralgia very badly but found a few ap plications .of Chamberlain's Pain Balm completely cured'him' For sale by F. Pilgrim and Leo Dejarue, Unymond'Terraoe, J. F. Wade Bullalidelab, and all 'dealers in , fflediciaeu.7 .- ? ' - :

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 — 4 April 1913

How Cadonia Won the Sydney Cup. JOCKEY PRACTICALLY UNCONSCIOUS. After the finish of the Sydney Cup otT ^onda^_the spectators were wondering returning to the weighing enclosure^ Some immediately jumped to the eotidu sion that the horse had broken down, while others, seeing that M'Donald (Ca uonia's rider) was in apparent pain, cbn- « eluded that he had been kicked at the ™ starting post. _ . : Seen next morning, M'Donald stated that at abotit the seven furlongs post, -JT when in the middle of the field, Cadonia was brought to his knees by two horses, one coming, out from the rails, and -the other swerving in from the outside, just as he was making for the opening be tween them. The jockey avers that ne was so nearly down that his hands actu ally touched the ground. Gadonia recovered wonderfully, but in regaining his legs must have bumped M'Donald in the stomach with his head,' ,v This bump completely knocked the wind out of the boy, and for' the next half mile he admits Cadonia ran h...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Margarine Menace. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 4 April 1913

Margarine Menace: I ~ A conference of representatives of co operative butter factories, convened by the Coastal Farmers' Go- operative Society, was held in Sydney recently to consider the advisability of approaching the Fede ral Government., asking that direct repre sentation be made to the British Govern ment requesting that immediate action be taken for the suppression ' of the sale of colored margarine as butter. Mr. W. D. Warden, chairman of directors of the 1 Coastal Farmers' Co-operative Society, presided over an attendance of about 50 I delegates from all the chief dairying districts. Mr, N. H. Throsby (general manager) and Mr. Knox, of the Berrima j District Company, were also present. The chairmau, in a few preliminary remarks, referred to the success of pre vious conferences, one result of which was the abolition of the use of coloriug matter in margarine in New South Wales. The importation of margarine 1 into Great ? Britain, he added, now amounted to one- third that of b...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Stringy Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 4 April 1913

Stringy Milk. Thorough investigation by experi ment stations reveals the fact that the stringy condition sometimes found in milk or cream is due to a germ which gets it' to the dairy. The only way to destroy and avoid it, is to ob serve the strictest cleanliness in milk ing and caring for the milk. The three C's—clea11, covered, and cold, should be the dairyman's motto, clean cans, stables, milkers, utensils, covered pails, and cans, and cool milk. By the last we do not mean milk which is allowed to cool.in large cans iu the air, but milk the tempe rature of which has been reduced by a milk cooler or by setting tb$ oans in a tank of cold water. Eopiness in milk is due to the growth of bacteria, which have been found in stagnant streams, ponds and dams, in stable manure, where the bacteria live, and on -!us( partioles in . stalilo air,. Cows that have *been in such streams or darns are very liable to have the bacteria clinging to their sides, and the swishing of the tail during milki...

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 — 4 April 1913

Commercial RAYMOND TERSACE MARKIS'l'S. - E. Windeteb's Report. kggs— Is lOd to Is lljd per dozen. Beans— Is 3d to Is 8d per peck ' Peas — Is 5d to Is 7d per peck -1. Quinces — Id to fid Tomatoes-rid to 6d por dozen ? Cabbage-r-ls 9d to 2a 9dvper dozen Potatoes— Is 6d to 2s Bd por quarter;' Apples— 6d to Is per dozen -- - -v. \- Pears— 6d to 9d per-dozon ? ' Poultry-— Roosters 8a 2d to 3s 5d per pair. Pigs.— I sold for J. Sansom 6 at 10s,- A. Camp bell 2 at 318, A. Smith 3 at 6s 9d. W. Osborne 1 at 10s 3d,. H. J. Smith 8 from 7s 9d to 8s, A. Slade 1 at 8s 3d. ? .-

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Cross-breeding for Butter Production. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 4 April 1913

Cross-breed in'g for Butter Production. Replying to a question on the sub ject of crossing of 'cattle for thfe pro duction of butter, the dairy expert, stated that experiments which the Department carried out with Guern sey cattle, Ayrshire cattle, . and Shorthorn cattle, went to show that the best results were obtained by using pure-bred Guernsey bulls. The Jersey Ayrshire is a cross that has also done very well in some cases in the hands of private breeders, but the expert entertains a prefer ence for the .Jersey graded up io nearly pure, rather than the ordinary cross. . . The culling of cows for butter purposes depend on the total butter production of the cow for the 'season; he added, and ' this can only be judged by weighing the cow's milk night and morning at least onco a month for a year, and having the milk tested at the same time.' This would be a very small cost, as the local factory would do the testing, and there is no trouble in calculating the result.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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NEWCASTLE STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 4 April 1913

NEWCASTLE STOCK SALES. '? Hogan and -Layerty, Newcastle, report that owing to the disorganisation of the stock traffic on account of the holiday period, various trucks of bullooks and sheep that were manifested did net arrive in time for the sale, hence the yarding was small and competition waa excited /or tho lots.oifered riglit throughout the sale. , . ; Pat Cows:— We made up to X9 10s; ifi8 1 Is, ^8 17s, j£6 19s, 10s, ^60 is, and £5 8s. This was a draft of two trucks from Mr. B. Braye, of Col larenebri, and weto particularly choice quality Stuff. ; - 1 Vealers brought ; from 8s to 33s, and light weight baconers made 33s to 55s. Pigs.— Only a* small -yardinjr, 4'i only , being penned. Bidding was excited for small, lots offering, and prices realised were 54s, 43s, 41s, Ws,30s, 35s, and .183,'iho. latter -price for small light weights: - With every confidence ,ive reborn mend river elionts to ship their piga to reach us by Tuesday j they will bo vory carefully looked after until th...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Management of Young Heifers. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 4 April 1913

Management of Youngs, v Heifers. . In the opinion of the dairy expert, dairy heifers should never be fat tened, but should be kept in a good growing condition from the time they are weaned until they are brought to the dairy. In. his book, 'Dairying in Aus tralia.' he points out that if they are allowed to lay on flesh to any great extent, the breeder is onlyl cultiva ting early maturity beef ; whereas if they are allowed to become lovv in condition the breeder is only breed ing an ar-imal \yith an impaired con stitution, aud one that will be easily subject to the inroads of disease. Many farmers who wish to develop their calves on the very best dairy lines, iind who have special calf pad docks, with sweet sound pastures, take them off milk at an early age [tour or nve months after birth), and1, givethem a little crushed oats and maize meal daily instead. Different breeds, different se isons. jaanage ment of thii &aii;y herdriTtli'e^t^l&tLi which the heifers should b...

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