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Best Crops for Years. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 18 July 1913

Jiest Crops for Years. . Following is a summary of the condi tion of stock, crops, pastures, etc. , duriiig the month of June, 1913. gleaned from the reports furnished by observers throughout the State of New South ?Wales : — Remarkably mild temperatures, with' unsettled weather aud . a good rainfall were the conditions which again prevailed over all the State, with the 'except ion'- of ! , the Western Division. V - I In the coastal , districts an ? ;u nn-i|Vft{i! amount ot ram tor June was received, and this, following on the good rains of April aud May, proved somewhat disas trous in parts. Much low-lying land re mained under water, and the soil became so ; saturated that all agricultural work was hindered. In the North Coast sugar-cane cutting was delayed^ and in the metropolitan area the marketing of the citrus crop was seriously interfered with, aud fruit-growers were having a somewhat anxious time, the fruit rotting on the trees, aud root crops rotting in tlie grouiid. Owing t...

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 — 18 July 1913

SYDNEY MARKETS, Beeswax— Prime clear 1/3, dark 1/. to 1/1 per lb. Honey — Sixty', pound tins of choice west ern 3.Vd to -Id, good 2f}d to i3a, chirk and crtiidied from 2d. Hunter River 2£d, Nor thern River 3d per lb. . Bacon — Best factory, sides 7,i-d to fcjJl, flitches 7d to 7kl, shoulders G.Vd, middles 9td per lb. Butter—'New South Wales, selected gro. cers', brands, 12Gs, good second grade from 120s to 124jS, other grades lOOs.to 100s per ewt Eggs — rS'ibtirban, new laid Is (3d to Is 7d, choice Is 8d ; Northern Rivers, Is 7d to Is 8d ; railway, Is 5d ; river, ls-5d to Is Gd ; duck es'^s, ls'SJ to Is 10.1 per donen Chaff— Victorian, wheateu £4 10s to JS5. -oaten £4- to i-i 10s. Tasmanian, oaten, £4 t'o £1 5s South Australian, wheateu, me dium £4 10s to £4 15s per ton. Lucerne Hay— Yietorian, £0 10s to £0. chaff, Victorian, £6 10s to £7 per ton Oaten hay— Victoriau, £5 5s per ton Potatoes — Tasmanian. Redskins £8 to £8. 10= ; BrowuoIlK, £7- 10s to .£8 ; Bis marcks, £7. Victorian, ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAITLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 18 July 1913

MAITLAND MARKETS. The supply of cattle yarded on Mouday at Campbell's Hill was fairly large, conr sistiug of a - fair, proportion of good to prime bullocks, the balance being medium and light weights; The market was brisk, and values from 5s to 10s higher for prime, with medium unaltered. Prime yards of bullocks sold at jCg/io to ^10/15, good ^8/5 to ,£glo, medium £6'io\o /7/15, inferior ^5/5 to prime cows sold from ^6/5 to £7. good £5 '5 to ^6, medium from ^4, inferior frodi ^3. Fat calves were in large supply, the quality from -prime to heavy, demand keen, and a substantial advance in values took place;. Prime, and weighty yeal.rs sold to ' 120/, .extra' lieayy to .14.3/ , pri me ||^aaM-5/y;gppd- 55/-to 7o/,' medium 35/ to 45/, small and' inferior froin 15/. Pigs were in fairly large supply, but well within requirements The market was consequently brisk/ and late high rates were maintained. Best bacon pigs sold at 59/6 to 72/, light 47/6 to 55/, best porkers 35/ to 45/6, good 29/ ...

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 — 18 July 1913

You Should Be Determined in rejecting the worthless and frequently injurionB counterfeits which nre conietiiiiea pushed for the sake of greater i;ain as 'just, da good' hs tlie GENUINE;.SAN DER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. He not cl^ceiv ed ! SANDER'S EXTRACr, is recognised by the .'.'highest medical ' authorities as; j-ob- seasing unique Htimulnting, healing, ai:-1 antiseptic powers The preparation of SANDER'S EXTRACT ' from the pure selected Jeaves, and the refinement by special processes give it curative virtues peculiarly its own, Therefore, be not mis led., .De.inand aud insist. upon the GENU INE SANDER EXTRACT, and you will derivethe benefit, that thou -ands have de prived from it before* When ill you should ntit depress yourself tnore by the couimon, bulky, aud uauseatiu-; eucalyptus oils and so-called extracts. What you want is qual ity and reliability in small dose, aud this you find only in— . : SANDER'S EXTRACT.

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 — 18 July 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 — 18 July 1913

Rheumatism in her Blood and General Break-up of Her Nervous System. As a Last Resource Ordered Away for a Change. Those persons who suffer IromAiuemii or poor blood, Constipation, Indigestion, Sickness after Eating. Irregular Heart Action, Nervoui-. ness, Sick or Neuralgia Headache, Nervous Breakdown, caused by overstudy or business . worries. Kidney Irregularities, should use CLEMENTS TONIC, because it acts at once upon inactive functions, and gives them new nerve force. It rapidly puts the human house in order, and makes men and women healthy. This is proved by the following letter from Mrs. J. J. Frost, of Port Adelaide, corner of Granville and Carlisle Streets, written August 7, 1911. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., ' ' My present excellent health i» due entirely to the virtue* of Clements Tonic. '1 suffered from Rheumatiim for a long time. In spite of medical treatment it grew worse, until finally I got so bad that I could not even - stand erect. My suffering effected my' general health, ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tarro Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 18 July 1913

Tarro Shire Council. The customary meeting of the Tarro Shire Council was held at the shire office, East Maitland, on Monday. Councillor Nilaud (President) occupied the chair, and there were also preaent.Cpuucillors Hector, ? Wilkinson, Hickey, and Jacobs. The following correspondence was dealt with ? ? '. ? ? From the Works Department, drawing attention to a regulation making it obli gatory upon a council to turuish any in formation to a departmeut Within a reasonable - time, and urging the. council to expedite the forwarding of the figures and plans required by the Minister in couuection with the proposed .division of Tarro Shire into six ridings. The presi dent was empowered to furnish the in formation. ' From the Department of Lauds, hand ing: over to the control of the council- the roadway from Manning's to M'Lean's, Ash Island, aud from the old school site to the Lower Ash Island ferry. From-, the -Mofpetli Council, pointing out how the river was silting up,; and asking .counc...

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 — 18 July 1913

SALVATION ARMY. Sunday Next— 7 a.m. — Knee Drill. 11 a.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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Charles Philp on Flood Prevention. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 18 July 1913

Charles Philp , on Flood ' Prevention. Now we have had another flood- ' Added to the memory man ; It's destroyed 0111 earthly comfort, And swept away our, laud. ? ? The rain God sends is for the best To that we all agree ; And watefhas formed a river wide To convey it to the sea. If man would take the plan of mine, And not let the water come so fast, It would do great good for what is sent, And our valley would be blest. If- the feeders .that convey the flood Of water where it go, Was walled j Half way across the mouth, The banks would not overflow. And this advice I would like to give Unto some wiser tuau— , To impound some water for his use, ? It would be a better plan. If the feeders are walled half-way across It would keep the watet running slow, The man may say that guides the plough He would reap the crops that grow. But when rains come in their present state We are certaiu of a flood, And in place of crops being the wealth of men, ' It decays down iu the mud. - Keep the water...

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 — 25 July 1913

,v-- A Farmers Troubles rr, scattered ? ®IC C'w6 I fJ P*eMPnyn/MisHE9x \ DEh bbothErs /foofeSr, SYDN£Y. Advice Ferms * Market Repcrts for the asto/ty. H. Smith, - ESTABLISHED 1881. GENERAL BLACKSMITH, COACH ANli - , BUGGY BUILDER, Raymond Terrace. All Kinds of Vehicles Made and Repaired, and Exchanged for New. Wheelwrightlng of Every Description. Horses Carefully Shod. Tiring Dpne Daily. Awarded First Prize and Certificate of Merit at Newcastle ; also First Prize at Singletou, Maitland, Dungog, aud Gloucester. ?

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 — 25 July 1913

AFTER OTHERS FAI1ED. If use Chamberlain's Pain Bal m for a sore throat and always have found one rubbing to cure it,' writes Mr. T. Dennis, Hihitaki. '?It worked wonders, when I sprained my ankle, giving me immediate relief from pain after other linaments failed. I also recommend Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism, it haying releived. me many times.' 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 — 25 July 1913

IT WORKED WONDERS. ' While ploughing I was seized with ' influenza,' writes Mr.vJ. McAvady, Ohura, j N. 7j. ' I went to bed\and waB so ill next day that I called in the doctor. He pre scribed for me but his medicine did no good. A friend recommended me to try Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and I did. It worked wonders aud I was able 'to resume plough ing in a few days.' For sale by F. Pilgrim and Leo. Delarue, Raymond Ter race, J. -F. Wade, Bullahdelali, and all dealers in medicines.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 25 July 1913

THE VERY BEST THING. 'Some time back I had a severe cold and violent cough,' writes Mrs. Grace Harris, Chrislcliurciu ' I tried several so culled remedies without obtaining releif Noticing an advertisement on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I purchased a bottle and it gave me immediate relief. I consider it the very best thing I have come across. 'Sold by F. Pilgrim and Leo. Delarue, Kaymond 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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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 25 July 1913

Postal Information. The following are the hours observed at Raymond Terrace Post Office : — PoBfc and Telegraph Office, Monday to Saturday, 9 a.m. ta 6 p.m. Money Order Office, Monday to Fridays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ; Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 12 DOOU. Post Office open on Sundays for .delivery of letters/ etc , only; from 9 a.m. to 9.30 a.m r Mails arrire from. Sydney, Newcastle, West Maitland, East Maitland, Morpeth, etc., as follows Sunday, 8.50 a.m. - , Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 12.30 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. Saturday, 2.30 p.m. Arrive from Stroud, Bullahdelali, 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, West Maitland, etc., at 3.30 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. Euwyiong, Medowie, Allworth (late New Wharf), Limeburner's Creek, Booral, Bul lahdelali and Stroud at 1 a.m. on Monday* Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 25 July 1913

FcotbaU. ' After an evenly contested game on ' Saturday the Terrace footballers defeated the Royal Blues (Maitland), who are leading in the D grade competition, the ' ' ' final scores being 6 points to 4. The 1 „''lC game was played in a most friendly spirit . : — as all . games should be — neither teaui i resorting to any illegal tactics, which ' ' cannot be said of a number of teams. 1 ^ The game was therefore devoid of rough ness, and the soectators who wprp witnessed a match that was clean and interesting from start to finish. The visiting team is a very light one, but are all ' nippy' players, and at one stage of the game it looked as though they would win, but the condition iu which ' the local players were in stuck to them, and a little before the 110 side whistle blew pulled the game out of the fire by scoring a try right near the post. The score at half-time was 3 to nil in 'favour of the Terrace, Cleui Smith scor- , ing a brilliant try with two or three ^ opposing men hang...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Warning to Stockowners. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 25 July 1913

- Warning to Stockowners. A case of considerable interest to stockowners was before the West Maitland police court last week. The case was one in which J, K. Mackay was charged with having, on or about February, 1913, been the oc cupier of Cangon, near Dringog, in the Pastures Protection district of Maitland, on which stock were de pastured suffering from pleuropneu monia, without giving notice in writing' to the nearest inspector or the nearest member of the police force., *? , In pleading guilty on behalf of the defendant, Mr. W. Y. W. Thompson said the property was reaily occupied by Mrs. Mackay, the mother of de fendant, who was about 80 years of age. The estate was under a man ager, who left for England a short time ago. Everything was practic ally left in his hands, and they di& not know of the circumstances of the disease. The' manager reported nothing to Mr. Mackay, or his mo ther, and they were entirely in the dark. As to the disease, he pointed out that it might ha...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Wollondilly Election. MR. BADGERY'S VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 25 July 1913

Wollondilty Election. MR. BADGERY'S VICTORY. The Wollondilly bye-election passed f off uneventfully on Saturday, little more than 50 per cent, of those on the roll exercising the franchise. ' The Liberal :candidatej ; Mr.1 F. A; Badgery, early ^ established a good lead, although Mr. ' Masters polled a strong Xabor vote at Moss Vale,. Mittagong, and Yerranderie, 1 ? 1 ? i. ? ? ? ? J : ? ? ? ? ? . .. ? ' iu uie idbi nameu securing a majority. Following are the figures: — BADGERY ^ F. A. {liberal) ? 271?! MASTERS, J. w: (Labor) ? ^74 PEARSON, J. G. (Independent^.. 27 Informal ? ? ? 'V3S % Majority for Badgery ? 977 | At the 1 9 10 election the figures were: W. M' Court (Liberal), 338350. S. Fern (Labor), 1825. Majority for M' Court, 1558. Number of electors enrolled, 7826. A number of electors were disfranchis ed through the old rolls having to be used. During the campaign instances came to light of people— some old resid ents— who had moved from one part of - the electorate to another...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Bacon Curing. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 25 July 1913

Bacon Curing. Although salt is so extensively used for the curing of pork, it is in teresting to note that, owing to the large proportion of fat to lean, tho flesh of the pig does not absorb it so readily as other meats. The length of tiftio pork should be subjected to its influence depends on various conditions. For instance, sotne breeds, Having a greater pro portion of fat, take longer to cure, and very large or heavy sides or hams, also take more time. But tho most important condition, because it is the one over which the curer may have most control, is the temperature of tho curing room. In ; 'very cold curing rooms the flesh and the meat juices become too firmly set fdr the salt to penetrate, and in warm temperatures the flesh is liable to der compose before the salt has parmeated it sufficiently to cure it. 'The temperature of. the curing room should never exceed 60 degs. Eahr.,' said the principal of Ha\vkes-_ ' bury Agricultural . 'when writing on tfiis subject. The tables ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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G.U.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 25 July 1913

G.U.O.O.F. The half yearly meeting of the Williams .River District was held at Seahatn on Sat urday last, wbeu the following officers were present : ? Bros. W. Searl (District Master), A. Farley (D.D M ); K. Apps and W. Crick (District Trustees), , C. Boots (District Treasurer), and Geo. King (District Secre tary). The delegates present were L. P-, Monkley (Miller's Forest), W. Allen (War ence Town), H. De Costa (Dupgog), and J, T. Green (Seaham). Kaymond Terrace, Straud, Bullahdelali, and Paterson lodges were not represented. The report and balance sheet submitted showed the numerical strengih of the dis trict to be 513 financial and 27. unfinancial members, about, the same as at the annual meeting. There had been one death, one resignation, one' clearance, and several had run out by arrears. The receipts to the Funeral Fund for the haif^year amounted ] to £134 14s, and the expenditure to £33 16s 5d, leaving d credit balance of £100 17s 7d ou the half-year. The Management Fund Bho^...

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