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Rape as a Pig Fodder. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 2 May 1913

Rape as a Pig Fodder. Next to lucerne, rape affords the ? most nourishing, succulent, and re lishable crop on which, to graze pigs, says the Prinoipal of the Hawkes bury Agricultural College. So far it has not received tiie at : tention it merits from sheep owners and pig breeders, but it will surely become more popular' as its suitability for the feeding of those animals is better known, and as its value as a . a useful and paying catch crop in the rotation, especially between sereal , crops, is realised.' The plant re sponds vigorously to cultivation and manuring, and one of its advantages . is its reliabilty as a winter fodder crop., - . It. grows ^ best on rich, moist, loamy soils. Excellent returns are obtained from light, sandy loam, as well as stiff, clay lands, and a certain crop is assured on recently reclaimed .swamp lands, while on vergin soils it grows freely when the turned-in sod . .has been allowed to remain long; ^ enough to decay: ' In the case of growing rape as a ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Bushman's Farewell to Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 2 May 1913

A Bushman's Farewell to Australia. The following .lines were printed upon a post card issued by the Cana dian- Australian Royal Mail line of steamers : — Australia, thou art a laud of pests, For flies and fleaB one never rests. Even now mosquitoes round me revel, In fact they are the very devil. Sandflies and hornets, junt as bad— They nearly drive a fellow mad, The scorpion and centipede, With stinging ants of every breed. Fever and ague with the shakes, Tarantulas and poisonous snakes, Iguanas, lizards, cockatoos, . Bushrangers, dogs and jackaroos. Bandicoots and awarms of rats, Bulldog ants and native cats. Stunted timber, thirsty plains, Parched up deserts, scanty rains. s . There's rivers here, but can't sail ships on,. , There s nigger women without shirts on, There's humpies, huts, and wooden Louses, And nigger men, who don't wear trouserB ; There's Barcoo rot and sandy blight, There's dingoes howling all the night, .? There's curlews' wails and 'croaking frogs, There's savag...

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 — 2 May 1913

This is not I Bad Wa^ S [?] BUT ?- | ' WOLFE'S 9 SCHNAPPS I | Hot with, Lemon at fj I - BEDTIME | I Is an-Hbsolutc Preventive H and Cure for . * VCOLOS & INFLUENZA^ Commonwealth Banhof Hustralia ? . Branchos arc open for the transaction ot General Banking: Business throughout Australia - - as under : — - ..???? New South Wales— Svdncy and Canberra. Victoria— Melbourne, Queensland— Knebntic ^nd Townsville. South Australia— Adelaide. Western Australia— Perth. Tasmania— Hobart.' ^ ' 1 \ . And at Kffypt House, 30-38 Now Broad Street, London . . ' CaWe remittances' made to, and' drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign Bills negotiated and' ? f ??? collected. Lettersof Credit and- Circular Notes issued to any part of the world. / Bills negotiated or ?.??'. .» - forwarded for collcction. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within tne . - Commonwealth, Untied Kingdom and foreign countries. , ' SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Agencies are open in practically ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. NELSON'S PLAINS DRAINS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 2 May 1913

Correspondence. NELSON'S PLAINS DRAINS. ? (To the Editor.) ? Sir, —My remarks on the neglected State of the Nelson's Plains drains seem to have annoyed Messrs. S. J. Foot and Jas; Campbell, aud iu your last issue they essay to defend their administration of - the Drainage Trust. Their statement that the small amount available each vear after payment of the Government sinking , fund is insufficient to maiutain the drains is, of course, true ; but it can be easily shown that it could be more judiciously and equitably expended under other hands, and if the amount is not enough' why not raise the rate and compel ' those who are making the most noise ' to pay more. J udging by the tone of their letter they seem to think that those with small holdings should contribute as much to the . rates -as themselves; one of : whom holds 325 acres' and the other 176 acres. As an instance of how they expend what funds they have, they recently' cleaned the upper portion of the 'drain (which only benef...

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 — 2 May 1913

SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter— Specially flavored brands 04s, good second gradu from 88s to.OOs, other grades 80s to 86s per cwt. Lucerne Hay. — Local : Hunter River, prime; dry green jBSs,. small bales i!5 10s, brown ? sweated XI 10s,-hqavy new .£4 to jE4 10s per ,ton.; -??,''??, v ? ,, .? ?. Oaten Hay — Victorian, £7 per ton. ? Broom Millet— Prime long hurl X20 to .£30, sliort and self -working i327 to JE28, discolored and crooked ^20 to .£25 per ton Maize— Northern River 4s '3d. inferior 4s Od downwards, according to quality ; white 3s lOd, per bushel. , - Eggs— Suburban new laid 2s 4d, few cases ne* lected 2s -.Gd-;, Northern j-River:vl3- 6d to;ils 8d, railway Is 8d to Is 10d,' store Is ^d«to ls 8d; duck eggs 2s:per'rdozen. .

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 — 2 May 1913

AT TIMES UNCONSCIOUS. * I have been coustautly attacked wjjh colic, at times being nnconscious.' writes Mr. A. Cresswell Birregurra, Vic. Chamber lain's Colic and Diari'bojiV liemedy gives ine instant relief and I would not be without a bottle in the house,' I have recotnuieud^d ~ it to frieads and-cusinmeiis jd»n. Ihivh the same result as - tnyself— immediate -v--r relief and cure.' For sale by J-\ Pilgrim and Leo Delarue, liaynfond Terrace, J. F. Wade Bullabdelab, and all dealers iu mediciuet-. .

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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MAITLAND STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 2 May 1913

^MAITLAND STOCK SALES.- ' ? The . supply of -.cattle yarded at the Maitland yards on Monday was h, largo oaei consisting of a small proportion of prime and weighty bullocks. The balance was chiefly of good -quality stock, and rather more thau tho usual number of cows. The demand was brisk for all good quality, and values. were slightly batter/ rPrimo and weighty yards of bullocks sold from X10 13s to JJll 0s. primB^eO 18s to £10 lis, 'bod is I0s to ^!)15s, medium JJ7 10s to 'JJ8' (is, inferior from ?4i5- 10s. Prime and wpighty i-ows sold from J17 Ms to X8 -18*. -prime- £8 10s to -t7 .-Ills,! good £5 Gs to £6 Cs, medium from 5s. The yarding, of fat calves was, a record- one. consisting of 500 head, and the quality ranged from small and inferior bobbies to primq - . and' weighty.. The market was brisk for all -lots..-' Values were firm. Prime and weighty voalors. sold at 100s to 120s, prime 80s to 95s, good 55s to 75s, medium from 35s. ' : Pigs were in light supply, consisting mostly ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Tarro Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 2 May 1913

Tarro Shira Council. ^ A special meeting of/ the Tarro Shire Council was held in the shire office, East Maitland, on Monday, the principal ob ject of the meeting being to deal with* various works that had been set aside from' time to time, owing to the necessary funds not being available. Councillor Ayerst, who returned to his seat oh the council, after an 'absence, ' through a severe illness, of over three - months, was extended a very'cordial. wel- ' come bj' the President, who expressed on behalf of the council, the extreme pleasure they felt at having him amongst them again. He hoped his health would im prove so much that he would be enabled to attend, as regularly as lie had doiie in the past. Councillor Ayerst thanked the couucil* l°rs for their, good wishes and' kind ex pressions^ of sympathy, and stated that his health had improved since he left the hospital. Nothing gave him greater pleasure than when he was told that morning that he would be able to attend the meeting. The...

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 — 2 May 1913

.Commercial RAYMOND TERRACE MAliKU'l'S. ? I E. WlNDUYKIl's Rlil-Oinv E^!;s— 2s to 2s 21d pel* dozon. Beans— ScTto la per. pack ? Persimmons— -Id to Cd p?r dozen . Pumpkins— 3s to as per dozen Cabbage — ts 'Jd to os per. dozen Apples — id to 6d per dozen - Peas — Is (jd to Is 7d per peck Quinces— 3d to Od . x Grninunis— as to 8s per dozen Oranges— 4d to 7d pur dozen Poultry— Roosters 3s 6d to 4s (id, lions- 2s Od to 3s ?Id, ducks 2s 9d to 3a 8d pnr pair. .?Pigs— H. H. Smith 6 »t ISs fid, F. Newman 3 at 35s 3d. Miss SIcDermottv3 nt 18s fid, W. Slade 3 at 26s 3d, 1C. Boyce 0 at 23s to 21s !)d, W. J. Fi-aser 3 at ISs- to 27s. U. Pond 4 ut 5s i)d, W. Sivyer 7 at 7s, W.-ligau 5 at -js 3d to 8s, S. Os borne (i at 10s (id to 10s 'Jd, 11. -Atkins 10 at 7s Gd -.to lis.. :...';? .: ?':?.! //.? '

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 — 2 May 1913

SUFFERED ACUTELY. . ' For about 3 mouths ;1 suffered acutely 4-' from liver trouble, writes Mr W. Capou. Turill, N.S.W. ' Mr.. McDermott recoui meuded nje to try . Chamberlaiu'a. Tablets, which I did. They were the only medicine . that could relieve me — in fact , they com.' ^ pletely cured me . very quickly.'- For ' aale by, F. Pilgrim wid Leo. Delarue,. Bay mond! Terrace,' 3. F. Wade, Bullabdelah, and alll I dealers iu medicines, V fj

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Sculling. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 2 May 1913

Sculling. I :- Harry pearce is doing well in England —so well, . in fact, .that lie' is reported to be '.in gtaud 'condition already. Such news is indeed satisfactory, for without having to undergo a: long, Istreijuous course of training, as some men have 'to do when visiting another country, lie will have, ample time to become acclimatised; If he. is as fit . as the cable news tells us, lie is, his training should riot be arduous. Long steady rows, with bursts of hard work now and again, should about meet His, case, as it will be stamina more than ariything-else he will require on the day of the , race. With another man as an opponent it might be different— a hard race for a mile and a half has often seen a contest won, and lost, - although the winner is just as exhausted as the loser— but with a inan like Barry opposing him, he will have: to keep something up his sleeve' for the last few- hundred yards. From all accounts, Barry seems to be -an automaton more than anything else,' a...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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DISTRICT NEWS. (From our Correspondents) BULLAHDELAH. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 2 May 1913

DISTRICT NEWS. (From our Oorrespontknta) BULLAHDELAH. A bazaar and Flower Show in aid of the building ftand of the Buliulidejali Sulfool oi! Arte was held on Friday nrid-Saturdny Inst, and was a pronounced success, ln-th as re jf-v garde exhibits arid attendance. Councillor Croll performed the opening . ceremony, and in a neat speech trusted that the show and bazaar would be n success. ^jk and it was indeed eo, as after eyeiS* a provetl, the gross receipts amounting to nbout £80. „ On« Saturday. Mr. W. Brown, M.L.A., who had been asked by the committee to perform' the opening ceremony in ooiniec / tion, with the opening of the new reading room and library, declared the same open after a very able address. The following is a list of theawardB:— - ? 1 Cut Flowers. Chrysanthemums, six distinct varieties, E. Heighway 1. H. AtkinBou 2 Chrysn tliemuin?, three disnnct varieties,* E.'l.'eijjhway-l, H. Atkinson 2 r ^Chrysanthemums. iJirffe white diatiuct ▼arieties, E. Heighway 1, H. Atkiu«o;...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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F. and S. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 2 May 1913

F. and S. Association. I - A meeting of the Uuderbank branch of the Farmers',' and Settlers' Association w.a.s.held 011 24th April.- Present : Messrs.. H. J. Saxby ^iu the cliair) , S. E. White house, G. ij'. Glover, I,. Nash, ;,Saml. ?Ruinbel, Geo. Rutnbel, H. Deards, and J. R. Fulton. v , llie unnutes ot the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Nominations.for membership proposed ;at last meeting vvere confiimed. , Correspondence -read froni General ;Secretary (ijj.^ Works .Department Jper member for the district) : refusing aid to; repair Tellegra bridge, Lands Depart ment re trustees at Chichester, and appli cation to cut down dangerous trees was received, also from. Secretary Liberal League and syllabus for Farmer' s Winter School at Hawkesbury College, and Department of Agriculture. . Moved; seconded ^ and carried fyat correspondence be received. . . Report received from Secretary , of \Vest Maitland meeting on 23rd April. '?icMoved by Mr. J. R. Fnlton, and se ponded by M...

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 — 2 May 1913

' ?? ;:lliisT: :: : i ' ' OPENED. \ 1 1 * , - , 'A f. ' ' -*i V« * ? 1 , ' Vv ? - ii ' *- ^ - ' - v , i -?% , i,'1 ^ i ^ ? ' j v 1 / * - --,}$ * v vt'- 's,/ ?' ' ' ^ - k * - *' i »*' i ' * ' , % I 1 1 ?' ' )'? ** New Shipment OF v ^Z' -. ' - ' / — ' f ' ' . - ' - Famous Spero Flannelettes. 36 Iucli Wide. ^®illllll i ' 11 r v » ? i i i.'-V, ? ' ? J ! ? ? . ^^|l|lilli:ft: 1 h , r \ Guaranteed to Wash and Boil. K$%y. — , . ' -r i, ir -Z( ?iu- ; v F. Pilgrim, s ? (Late Richardson & Scully), . TJp-to-Dato General : ?' Merchant, RAYMOND TERRACE. Don't Neglect That €ougk It may be only, a slight Cold, but its possibilities ot doing5 harm 'are1 great. It: may .lead -on to Bronchitis, Asthma, Pleurisy, or Pneumonia. . . ' 1 It can be quickly cured if taken, in. time, so don't delay. Secure at once a Bottle of my ;^EXPECTORAIiT €4-trG^^ 1/- and 2 - per Bottle. If the Baby is troubled with a Cough or Cold, I havo a Special BABY COUGH SYRUP that gives ease and quickly removes the troubl...

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 — 2 May 1913

FEDERAL SHOE™ FORGE FARRIER AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH William-street, Raymond Terrace. - , . All firaucbes-of ^Wofk^ExatftttEni^lt/ettrdTfig AVbeelwrigbtingi.oJi.evciy Duburiptiou. Implement uud General Machinery Repairs. Tiring by Up to-dato Machiuerj. SHOEING A SPECIALITY. Also Ageut for The New Zealand Insurance Compaay, Ltd.— Eire. Marine, Accident, nud Live Stook. Farmers, ensure your Brood Mares against loss. , * ^ freotoids , mtP Headache, Indigestion. I I Delightful Family Medicine I «K . . . ? jjrgJl ?; ! ' ... . -V ? ? 1 ? ? ? . ' ~ ~~~ MTJp-to-Date Coach Painting. . Coach Builder and Trimmer, WILLIAM, STREET, RAYMOND TERRACE. , , ^AfNT^l), fttlMNED, AND REPAIRED. SIGN WRITING, ETC., DONE. ''WHATEVER, you are, BE IT.' * 009 00 Hnviug been specially trained to the Engineering, Machinery, and Hardware , Trade, the Originator of our business a good many -vears ago became convinced ?''???? that this district was in need of, and could support, a business specially devoted to suppl...

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 — 2 May 1913

Ho who hesitates is lost — Maxim old, but true ; And.you must, not count the cost 1 When you're. feeling blue. Go to work on cough or cold, Be a swift pursuer ; ? 1 Rout the hated fnnuiou bold With Woods' Great Pejijjeinniit Cuis, , 1 For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Gieut Peppermiufc Curo, is Od.

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 — 2 May 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ' -. Eree PreBbyteriuu Clmicli. — Dinue ser vice nest. .Sabbath :? — East Maitland ^11, Raymond Terrace 3, Salt Ash (Miaa Mo MeKenkie's) 7.30 . llev. W. N'; WiUou. . ..Deutist T. G. King, Specialist iu: Painless ; Dentistry, High:Street,' West Maitland, will visit Raynion.d Terrace every I nursaay , and may be consulted ; at rooms right opposite the Examiner Oflice. Hours, 9.30 a.m. till 4 p.m. ? Parliament's Next Session.— It is now pretty, definitely understood that Parlia ment will be called, together at the' end of June, or early ill July— as early as pos sible, that is, after Mr. Holmau's return from England. This course w,ill be nec essary if only iii order to vote Supply ; but the Government will probably run . a session extending' over several months, with Mr. Holman as Premier, and. dis solve when everything is in order for the election campaign, which will be delayed only as long as the party counsellors direct. There is every prospect that the session m...

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 — 2 May 1913

Testimony from an Alfa Laval .'v. User.''' We frequently receive letters from users of Alfa Laval Cream Separators of which the following is a fair specimen : — Kockey Hall,. February 15th. 19iyf 1 .am in .reciBipt of the Alfa Laval Creaui Separator trora your tirm, 1 nave erected same and it is a pleasure to work it. I; thank you for .'sending me a first class, machine, and I' think the iucreaBed yield iu cream received from tlie Alfa Laval Separ ator over and above the cream received from the other separator I was using will pay for the Alfa Laval in a short time. 1 Signded, W. Moore. It is perhaps quite natural that dairy men- should be misled ?byV;extravagrant claims made by some makes of separators, still it is generally very bad business to: buy one of these other separators because not only -is there frequent total loss of the amount paid for the separator but there is. a daily loss of cream as long as 'the separ ator is used.. Dairy farmers cannot afford to make experiments ...

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 — 2 May 1913

INexttd tlie Doctor! COMES THE I Nurses' I 'Opinion.. I A TESTIMONY TO i 8LIBE1TS | T0110 . 1: I |\J I Byclincn m Avenue, 1 ? ' Coburu, Vic , 3/4/ 1 2. . | | CLEMENTS TONIC LtfD. J '1 know Clements Tonic | is used extensively, by llie 1 || priicssion, and nurses l-now | -j |j{ its value and arc sfMum j wi.K'iut it. Once a patient - P gd. very weak and low j (fl sniri-ed. . and 1 gave her, | .1 P. Clements Tonic. A few | doses made a change for , B s . ^ ll-.e , bet'.er, she rapicUy. be- | _ ' ; ra|,. caific bright and clieerfiil, it | |? gave her health and strength ; . | - k . ;iii-l soon put her on her P p| feet as?in, which made her f y. a firm believer in Clements . £ El 'I onic. Sincci j have given M j« it to iiia nj' patients with the sj ' ja same ^ocd results, I am at R tj ii loss io know how we, wIid P§ |l- I . - k a^cr the sick, could get w in without that splendid rl £?; u.cdi'. ii'.e. H I : ? 'nurse GARD.'' I 1r3 Thi!, Mcilit.ii|p is the best to lie. taken H ft.'T O .ion....

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Dairy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 2 May 1913

Dairy Notes. I « At the Bovvraville Co-operative Dairy t^ogipauy's half-yearly - meetiug a satis factory -report .was -.presented. ? The chair-, man of directors stated that arrangements had beeii made with the bank to finance the proposed building. Thd movement to the new factory would cost about ^3000, .and tenders, had been accepted for the machinery. The* site obtained has a deep water frontage within two miles of tovvn. In addition to an admir able site', tbe.directors will save over £100 aunualy in fuel and freight. Strenuous efforts will be made to complete the fac tory before October next. The half-yearly meeting of the Kyogle Butter Company was held on Saturday. A total of 438 tons of butter was manu factured during the six mouths ended February 22,^being an increase of 85 tons over the corresponding period of last year. The / average price realised was ir.4d per lb. During the term 3440 pigs were slaughtered in. the bacon departmeii^i; as against 30*99 during the correspon...

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