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Port Stephens Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 9 May 1913

Port Stephens Shire Council. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held iii the council chambers on Friday last. The President (Coun cillor Meredith) presided, and there were also present : Councillors Boag, Moxey, McKenzie, Graham, and Swan; The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The President submitted a minute in the form of a letter from the late clerk; Mr. C. R. Macdonald, which stated that there was a shortage of in his salary forwarded to him, aud. taking exception to the letter of the clerk. Further point ing out that the amounts revoted on last year's contracts was not necessary to be revoted, vide paragraph 13 of Regulation 6.— It was resolved that Mr. Macdonald be asked to .forward a.copy of the letter which he, complained of; ? ; , ' : Finance. .. The report of the finance committee, lecommendiiig the payment of ^289 2s id from tbe general fund was adopted. Shirk CtKRK's RisroRT. . ; 'riiie clerk reported that the Bank bal ances at the end o...

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 — 9 May 1913

THE RAYMOND TERRACE COOPERA TIVE DAIRY AND PRODUCE CO.. LIMITED. ' On account of the inereased productioA of butter in all the States, the butteP market has eased to allow exported butter a safe margin. The month closed with the market steady at 94/- and production decreasing/ The amount of butter manufactured for the month was 80 tons 8 cwt., for which cream suppliers were paid as follows - April 1st to 15th io^d, 16th to 30th ioj/fsd, fpr first class (less working charges). The half-yearly meeting of share holders will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Raymond Terrace, on Thursday, a. 29th May, at 2 p.m. Business to dealt with will be the Directors' report and balance-sheet, election of five direc tors, . election of auditors, and aay other - business brought forward. Ballot papers have been posted to shareholders, and should be returned not later than Wed nesday, 28th May. Will cream suppliers please note that the winter collection of ereurn will com mence ou Monday, June 2. Cream...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Orchard. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 9 May 1913

The Orchard. The profits that fruit-growing offers in the Murrurnbidgee irrig tion area are illustrated by a report from the manager of Yauco Irriga tion Pai'ni, for though the farm is not aotuully on the area, the orchard cau be irrigated from the main chan nel, and other conditions are very similar. As a matter of fact, the son conditions are much mo e favour able on the area than . on the farm, where the soil is of a particularly stiff and rather unkindly character. This report shows ^ that 23 peach trees yielded 92 ca;es at 6?, seven cases at 5s, four cases at 4s, and one case at 3s 6d ; in a Idition, four cases of windfalls produced 9s. The re turn in fre-h fruit from these 23 trees was, therefore, £30 15»-. That was not all ; dried fruit to the value of £2 1 Us has to be added, aud fresh fruit supplied to the residential quar ters on the fartn was worth another £1. In all- '23 trees yielded £34 5s worth of fruit. At the rate of 73 trees to the acre (24ft x 25ffc apart), this w...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. NELSON'S PLAINS DRAINS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 9 May 1913

Conpesponderice.. , ; NELSON'S PLAINS DRAINS. . (To the Editor.) Sir,r-Tbe ?.remarks on the neglected; state of the Nelson's Plains drain should not, even if they seem to, have annoyed Messrs. S. J. Foot and and Jas. Camp bell ; why should they ? They were appointed In the legal way, aud the dis satisfied ones have their remedy ; that is, if they have sufficient energy to apply the necessary antidote. But when two trustees are doing their best, aud, in the opinion of those who honestly pay their rates, fail to please the majority, these in due course appoint others, who may meet with the same fate. The trustees must raise the rates, must have the money to clean the drains — which (from a roadside view) are in a neglected state— beginning at the river end and working inland. Beautiful land is under water, spoiling for want of better management. Now, all those interested should put their shoulders to the wheel saud push for all they are worth. Just a little tact is wanted ; just a lit...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 9 May 1913

' ? SALVATION ARMY. Sunday Next — . 7 a.m. — Knee Drill. 11a.m. — Holiness Meeting. 3 p.m. — Free and Easy. 7 p.m. — Salvation Meeting

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Maori Horse Deal. RAFFLING A DEAD 'UN. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 9 May 1913

A Maori Horse Deal. RAFFLING A DEAD 'UN'. - Ever sincc the Britons, csitno to this country (says a New Zealand paper l.thoy have found some types of shrewd Maori horse dealers. Of course, tribes were swindled in some districts out of largo heritages, but that was before the native was ' so phisticated'5 to the white man's ways. For example, the Levin ' { Chroni cle' tells u little story, which is probably true, for similrr things have undoubtedly occurred : — A Maori residing in the district had a'^#, very fine horse, and although tempt- ? . ^ ing offers had been made for the horse, he refused to part with hiui j4 On going out one morning he found v that the animal was vead, and after shedding a few tears over his bohio, he decided to leave hiui where he was aud walk to town. At tho hotel he met several frieuds, to whom he said : 'You know that lierse of mine ('Stick Lollie.'); well, I going to make te raffle.' So a raffle was started, and about 10 tickets were sold at £1 each. When...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cutting Indian Cane. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 9 May 1913

Cutting Indian Cane. It is important to the future life and product, of the crop that Indian cane should be properly cut, for pro per work improves la^er crops. ?Quite a number of farmers overlook the influence their methods at that time may have over the subsequent crops. The canes should be cut with a sharp implement (preferably a cane knife), slightly below the surface of the soil. iU'e iking the canes or cut ting with blunt instrum nts damages the base of the stalks, and the sur faces do not heal as quickly as they should, Whilst in addition the bruised or split portions favour the introduc tion of moulds, etc., whioh set up decomposition. ? The inspector for the North Co. ist has noticed that some people turn stock into paddocks of caue aud graze the crops off. This is Undoubtedly done with the object of economising labour, but the practice is one that canuot .be too strongly condemned, and nothing is calculated to destroy a plantation quicker than this tramp ling and constant ...

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 — 9 May 1913

CURED COLDS AND BRONCHITIS. ' Some time ago,' writes Mrs^ JohnatoD, P Little River, N.Z.' my two boya' had severe colds and bronchitis. Having seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised for the clire of bronchitis I decided to try what it would do for my boys. After the first bottle they showed great improvement and were completely cured by the time they had finished the eecond bottle.' For sale by F. Pilgrim and Leo. Delarue, Ray. mond Terrace, J. F 'Wade, Bullahdelah, and all dealers in medicines. The simplest and best method' for supplying lime to cattle is to use pulverised bone or bonemeat and mix I it with a bran mash, or make a l(ck with bran and a - little salt with which the bonemeal is mixed. . Care should be taken to see that the bone meal is obtained from a reliable source, so that t^ere will not be any disease introduced, and the farmer ' might take extra care by pouring - boiling water on the bonemeal before use.

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 — 9 May 1913

NOTHING TO EQUAL IT. 'For the immediate relief and complete (/' cure of influenza there is nothing equal to Chatnberlaia's Cough Remedy.' writeB Miss Fanny Bonhote, Murrawah, Tas. 'It has relieved me of this complaint and ^ Ijhave recoiumeudedit to neighbours who have fouud it to cure coughs and colds in almost auy form. One dose has always given me relief and a' bottle always cures my colds.' For sale by F. Pilgrim and Leo. Delarue, Raymond Terrace, J. F. Wade, Bullahdelah, and all dealers in medicines.

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 — 16 May 1913

NOTHING TO EQUAL IT. 'For the immediate relief and complett cure o£ influenza there is uothing equal to Chamberlaia'a Cough Remedy.' writes Miss Fanny Bonhote, Murrawnh, Tas. 'It has relieved me of this complaint and IJiave recotumendedit to neighbours who have found it. to cure coughs and colds in almost any form. One doae lias always given me relief and a bottle always cures my colds.' For sale by F. Pilgrim and Leo. Delarue, Raymond Terrace, J. F. Wade, Bullahdelah, and all dealers in medicines.

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 Story of Pocket-Picking. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 16 May 1913

A Story of Pocket-Picking. The 'Maclean (Clarence Eiver) 'Advocate' relates that pick pockets did, good business at the recent Maclean show. Amongst a numberl of instances it relates that a well-kndwn resident had presented his soil with a old watch aud chain ? ' . on the occasion of his 21st birthday. The young man. wore the watch to the sho w , notwithstanding the warn ing from his dad that he might be relieved of it. ' Oh,' observed the young—fcllew, ' they'll be pretty smart if they get my watch and chain.' The fond father decided that he would teach his son a salu tary lesson, and determined to annex the watch himself. So, while the pair of them were jostling with the crowd, he succeeded in slipping the watch from his son's vest and trans ferred it to his own. Later on ha innocently .inquired of his son the time. The son made a diveior his watch, but, alas ! it had vajusb.ed's , like thin air. The 'Old 'niah' let It' ' '' soak for a while, and then, with a. hearty laugh, clappe...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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The Cow in Sickness. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 16 May 1913

The Cow in Sickness; The detection of the first symp toms of sickness in a cow is one of the qualifications of the dairyman that comes only by experience. The dairy expert has remarked that iii the Old World a great deal of vete rinary knowledge, gained by hard experience, is handed down from father to son, so that faimers are bet ter able to manage ordinary cattle trouble than is sometimes the case under new conditions such as in Aus tralia. Whenever a cow is found remain ing away1 from the rest of the herd without a definite cause, she is as suredly ill. Separation from the others is one of the first notable symptoms, and at 'this stage the far mer should isolate the cow, and put her in a small paddock .or house, where she will not be unnecessarily disturbed, and where she witl be under close observation. Isolation: is an important safe guard against the spread of disease. It may be that the animal is suffer ing from something that is neither .infectious' nor eoutagious, but the o...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Black Oats. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 16 May 1913

Black Oats. Tho loss causocl bv tlio presouco of '?black' or 'wild oats' iu some districts in this State must now run into rather startling sums of money. In the north-west it is one of the most serious problems that the farmer has to face, and in the central west ern cistricts it is also bad enough to require determined steps. The fact that there are clean f.irmers who talk of ompulsory measures to protect them from their more careless neigh bours! is some indication of the tori ousnass of the situation. The prevalence of this pest is due to twi) principal factors; the almost universal use of the combined har vester, aud the constant cropping of. the land. Different methods are adopted of eradicating the oats, but, the hairy covering retards 'germination, liven in moist Soils, and adds to the l\imur's difficulty. 'lime aud work must therefore be devoted to the - business, if paddocks are t.» bo cleaned. Iu the present season the condi tions fyave not so far been favourable to early...

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 — 16 May 1913

r i Miss Violet Paget the famous Anglo-Australian Aotress, who reosntly star red at th« Criterion Theatre, Sydney, writes that CLEMENTS TONIC recently restored her to health after a long, serious Hospital illness: Criterion Theatre, Sydney, 29j0jll. CLEMENTS TONIC LD. ' Last year I was laid up in a Darlinghurst hospital far weeks.. Although j re covered I could not get back my strength, so went up to the mountains. -jVen this failed to do me any good; my nerves went from bad to worse. Jl friend advised me to try Clements 'Conic. I K cannot speak too highly of ? the benefit derived. / sleep' Well, feel strong again and haveno more nervous attacks ' I highly recommend Clements Tonic to all suffering from loss of strength or poor ap' petite. It is a wonderful health restorer. . (Stftied) ' ?? 1 VIOLET PAGET.' II you have Indigestion. Poor Appetite. Loss of Sleep. Constipation, Biliausness, v Poor Blood or Weak Nerves. Get this .. Medicine and GET WELL. ALL CHIMISTB AND STORKS KICKED ON...

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 — 16 May 1913

1. EXCURSION .T KIP. : Saturday, May 24th. i GUP DAY. T'HE Twin Screw Launch AZILE will leave Clarence Town 011 SATURDAY, May 21-th (Newcastle. Cup Day) at S a.m., Sealiam 9 a.m.,' and liaymond Terrace at 10 a.m. Fares — From Clarence Town 2/ti, Raymoud Terrace 1/6. ; Herbert & rinker, * Proprietors.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 16 May 1913

SAfiVATION ARMY. Sunday Next — 7 a.m. — Knee Drill. 11a.m. — Holiness Meeting. 3 p.m. — Free and Easy. : ? 7 p.m.— Salvation Meeting

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 — 16 May 1913

AT TIMES UNCONSCIOUS. ' I have been eohatautly attacked with' colic, at times being iincunscious.' writes Mr. A. Gresswell Bir .egurra, Vie. Chamber lain's Culie and Diarrhoea Remedy gives me instant relief and I would niit -be without a bottle in the houfe. I have recommended it to friends and customers who have' had the same result as myself — immediate relief and cure.' For sale shy P. Pilgrim and Leo Delarue, Raymond Terrace, J. P. Wade BtillahdellHi, j^nd all dealers iu medicines.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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METHODIST CHURCH RAYMOND TERRACE. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 16 May 1913

METHODIST CHURCH ? ! Raymond Teukack. Sunday next. — : -Morning— Mr. W. Dodkin. Evening— Kev. R. Mowbray. Pakadino Ground, . ? ' Sunday next. — ' Morning— Rev. E. Mowbray. Miller' a Forest. -- a Sunday next — Afternoon — Rev. R. Mowbray;

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Floods Return. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 16 May 1913

The Floods Retupn. ; After a long and welcome spell, the im munity which the Lower Hunter has en joyed from floods broke up this week, and the break is a bad one. After about a month of broken vveather, during which rain had fallen iu lesser or larger quanti ties, the wind got to the east on Tuesday night, and by 9 a.m. next morning close on three inches were registered at most places up the river. Jerry's Plains, up the Hunter, watershed, had 390 points ; this was. the heaviest 011 Tuesday night. The Williams ran a flood early on Tues day night, due to the 440 points at Dun-, gog and five inches at Clarence Town. They were about the heaviest falis 011 Tuesday night, but the trouble did not ' cease there.; rain continued, and is still cominuiug to fall up to the present. Most of the falls up the river have been considerably augmented, and yesterday morning the Hunter was almost blotted out as a river — the water swelled from hill to hill. . Ou Wednesday afternoon the ferries went of...

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