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Jack Johnson Knocked Out. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

lack Johnson Knocktd Out Our artist depicts the event which sets fche WjorliW-UJkjnjg^^^

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Just a Note from the Bush. HEAD CAKEFULLY. Daisy Flat Farm, Guyia. Mr. J. E. Howland — Dear Sir.— In answer to your memo of ihr 25th Nov.. requesting me to give you results of treatment of your Bottles of Pills (Herbos), I wisli 1 had taken them five years ago, as I would have escaped a Jot of sufler ing. Since taking thorn I can do all my farm work on foot with comfort,. where I bad to us-- a saddle-hort-e : and work in pain before, I shoult.' i like all sufferers from Rheumatism, I like myself to know the benefit of I your Hcrlios Pills, which came into ; m;.1 house as a blessing. 1'ou, Sir, can use this note ns you like, as I think every sufferer like myself should know the benefit of your Pills. I shall never bo without them myself. I am Sir, Yours most gratefully, 17-1-15. W. J. BENNETT. Remember: 'Herbos Pills will | cure any case of actif e Rheumatism 'Sold everywhere at lTvev bottW;=L~ ~

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Royal Sports Carnival. SUCCESSFUL [?] GOOD TROTTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Royal Sports Carnival. ,.-? SUCOESBFl^^E. GOOD TROTTING. Not' by any stretch of iruagihation can it be said that Easter Monday's weather conditions favored outdoor sport. The day opened dull, and jusfcfaffcer lunch a heavy shower fell, which, of course, kept many persons from attending the. Royal Sports Carnival promoted in aid of the funds of the R.C. Presbytery, less 10 per cent to be handed to the patriotic fund. Despite the adverse condi tions the attendance was large, and the arrangements on the sports ground were in every way in keeping with the excellence of the'prelimin 'ary, arrangements. Chief .interest was centered in the trotting events. in each instance the entries for the trots. were numerous, and the owners turned out with their horses almost to a man. The interest in the horse events were keen, and the outcome may be an effort to encourage trot *'/g in the district by providing u i frequent reunions. The suc K *'. sports was largely due to the It ement of the honorar...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CESSNOCK POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 6,1915. (Before Mr. C. H. Gale, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

CESSNOCK POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 6, 1915. (Before Mr. C. H. Gale, P.M.) For indulging not wisely but too well, Edward Jones was fined £1, in default 14 days' imprisonment. Ou a second charge of using improper language he was fined 10s, with the alternative of 3 davs. John vDrummond,4 charged with being drunk and disorderly, was fined 10s, 6s costs,' or 14 days' im prisonment. ' For 'language' William Barnett and John Freeburn - were fined 10s and 6s costs. ' J. Arkins was mulct in a similar penalty for behaving in an improper manner. ? Several defendants were before the court on various charges for breaches .relative ? , tto compulsory training, iwo were fined for not attending' drill, one for neglecting to notify change of address, and one for at tending parade without uniform. A prohibition order was issued against Albert Hawkins for twelve mouths. Two defendants were fined for failing to send their children to school the required number of days. Four failing to enrol four de...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OFF TO THE FRONT. CESSNOCK BOYS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

OFF TO THE FRONT. OESSNOOK BOYS ENTER TAINED. ?'- When it became known that a number o^QesBnook bjaya wrere in and /fnends preparatory to leaving Bydney with an Australian conting ent on the 10th inst., a number of members of the citizens' patriotic'' committee, and many others, felt the occasion waB one they could not let pass without some manifestation of the appreciation and admiration of our young townsmen's action in volunteering to fight to uphold the liberty of their country. Thus it came about that a large attendance of friends and well-wishes assembled at Attwater's Hotel last night to say adieu to the Cessnock soldiers and to wish them bon voyage and a safe return. Mr. Arthur Biggers occupied the chair, and after referring to the motives which caused the lads to profer to 'do or die,' proposed the loyal toast, which was disposed of with enthusiasm. Following are the boys who are leaving with the contingent : Brown Bros. (Tom and Frank) C. Knight T. Rowe — Galloway (Aberdar...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STREET-WATERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

STREET-WATERING. \ At the last meeting of the Cess hock Shire Council, a motion having for its object the semiring of a legal opinion from the Shires' Association, relative to this question, was turned down. by ft majority. of the council. The4' Eagle' has asked Mr. Jas. R. Scott, J.P., ex-shire clerk of Cessnock, for ? and expression of opinion upon the matter, and has pleasure in submitting same to readers : — ' The watering of streets is not a primary function of a shire coun cil, but a power which may be acquired. (Section 109, IV, of the L.G. Act, 1906-7-8 : ' The Watering of Streets.') The first question to be considered is, therefore : Has the shire council acquired the right to water streets ? At last meeting Cr. Morgan said the council hod acquired this power. Assuming that this statement is correct (and I believe it is, speaking from memory), a council is authorised to carry out a power duly conferred. It follows that work performed must be paid for. Where is the money com...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Cessnock Shire Council. - _J^ ? . ' V 4 TOLL OF RATEPAYERS. M! «_-_--_ ? »????' NOTICE is hereby given thai a POLL of 4K RATEPAYERS will be taken on SATtJK- Jm.. DAY, the FIRST DAY of MAY, 1915, as ¥$&:??' to whether the Shire Council of Cessnock W?^ will impose a rale of id. (One Penny) in tlie £ on the Unimproved Capital Value, for the ; purpose of Street Watering, in the following ?'? '... described area : ~ ? '': From Knilway-Stnlion in Vincent street, -j Ccssnock, to School of Arts Corner (both .; sides inclusive), and from Mount View ;, Road corner in Main street to Doyle street of Doyle's Estate (both sides oTllie ] street inclusive). Tlie Tolling Uoolli will lie hi (he. Council Cliitmbcrs, Ccssnpck, and tlie hours 'will be from 8 11.111. until 0p,ni. Signed, PEllGY CRAJ1PT0N, Ret mtiinfi Officer. ClouncilChiiinbers, .;?;.?. . b-4-is' a : :?''?'?'- ', ?:'-'.'.', -.:'-:.-.^fe-A..,-'-- ?-???? . ? 'i

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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News and Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

News and Notes ? ? » It is easier to live within your in come than it is to live without it. -.. , The prioe of a two pound loaf of bread at Brisbane has been increased to 5d. According to the Prime Minister the war is costing Australia £1,500,000 a month. The Cessnookites who put in the holidays at Sydney races paid well for the privilege. Reports from the seat of war show that the Allies are gradually advanc ing. The progress is slow, but sure. The Germans would now be glad to have back the shells tljgy'vfagfcSi ifpTSfrtBT uB&SsS ; T6oitJ^8niP^F historical buildings. V The Federal Government is offer ing £600 per year for a doctor to go to Pine Creek, and cannot get one to take the job on. The Doncaster Handicap was won by Garlin by a length and a half from Spurn, with Brattle third. The mile was covered in 1.39. The owner of Garlin, 'winner of the Doncaster, has handed the prize money to the Belgian Relief Fund. A good sport and a patriotic one. The new State abattoirs at...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

,; 'V-,. - ^iiotlonee^^LK/at^ & Genera/ ,*' j£- , - 'Loans negotitttefl at.,I»weat imp&blotafcfe^ ttoli't naies tins opportunity. ^ * iJiOwHsexsurt You* home kits ?''* ' y f, ~ *K?i x ^^WrtolTnlon-Bank / ^ commlssIoJ^f^P. $rAzU&tt * President -. W Hi fc M WOOBs, ^ 13 JUU*, / ^^BBSfaock^ranch J A NewtoS, Manager jr -? racujirry and satisfactokit interest I '* ar«i(heJSeaainB features of this Institution Deposit's received from 1/ 1 h. ~ fnterest pafflt&t 354 iper cent oh first fZOrt and 8 per ceafegn excess to £EO0 _ The Bank tab 080 UlUUTOKSB, and over 600 AOElTOIBjRV^ No agencies at f Sfcost offices. - Ktv — ^* » P8WB8ITS CpJUZANTEED BY TBS COVEBNMfeNT r, I iij I ? I 3% I I INTEREST ON By order of t{ie Commissioner* ob LXOKSb I I | FIRST Ig0t- | j H DAVIES Secretar5r I .TO «* ' ? - CESSNOCK HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management, The proprietor of llie-Cessnock Hotel desires to intimate thai patrons may rely upon every attention. The Cuisine, attendanc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

RSSIhe Best Pictures ? J ' Bf^Jlplfe^ ' only arc shown at the ? - I!!!! ?.'. CINEHA. -W HP .— ?&£&.,.. A First-class Programme '?%'%%*.?'?? ?..??. |k cf : ?-'.? Including a Laughable Keystone. H*K' ' K-r' : Only the best piottiMB esetued. IfflM Monks jnl Oil HR f s stm ^% mi™£ ??* Valuc BBpr- 1 Specials for the Holidays. The FIRM that SAVES YOU MONEY on Every . single Article. The New Shape ? BOATER with Narrow ? Band and New Tip, 4/3 NOBBY SHAPES in Hard Felt Hats, including the Conformus & Hedform, 8/11 to 10/6. Tailor-Made Trousers, equal to Tailor-made. Plain or Permanent Turnups, 10/6, 12,6, 14/6. Nice Designs in Men's FASHION SHIRTS bought at old Prices, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11. STETSON HATS still at the same old Price. All Shades. Price 25/-. Latest in NECK WEAR, only Leading Makes Stocked, 1/., 1/9, 2/6. TAILOR-MADE SUITS, Cut, Material, and Style the Best, 40/-, 50/, 60/. BOYS' SWEATERS, Wool Mixtures, 2/6. Beat this in the Trade if you can ! When Yon go el...

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Cessnock and District Public Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Cessnock and District Public Eisteddfod. 1 » i » A meeting of the above took place on Thursday night last, at the resi dence of Mr. Hennings. Those pre sent were : Messrs A. E. Kirk ^presi dent, in chair), Poulton, Quinn, Newton, Hennings, Chas. Thomas, J. Hughes-Jones, and A. T. Storey (joint secretary.) The minutes of the previous meet ing -were read and received on the notion of Messrs Quinn and New ton. Mr. Hennings moved, and Mr. Storey seconded, that the account at the Union Bank ha removed to the Government Savings Bank. — Car ried. ~ On the motion of Messrs Henn ings and .Quinn it was resolved that the acting tieasurer (Mr. J. A. New ton) and the joint secretary (Mr. A. T. Storey) prepare a statement of accounts to date for presentation at next meeting. - Mr. Quinn moved, and Mr. New ton seconded, that the secretary hand Mr. J. E. O'Neill (manager of Cess nock Dairy Co.) an open subscription list, and empower that gentleman to solicit membership and donations. — Carried. Mr....

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Ellaloiig. A new tennis court has been forined at Congewai. Since its formation moonlight tennis has become an en joyable passtime. Nutty is a champion with the rac kett by moonlight, although it is possible several will aspire to the championship honors next full moon. The Swift met with an accident last week. While exercising the horse fell and spoilt the look of its knees. Veterinary surgeons Gov ernor and Kelly have taken the horse in hand, and guarantee to niakeliim as good as new. Have-a-shandy has been turned oufc for a spell. This champion flyer is deserving of a rest after having won so much cash for his owner. Residents are looking for another exhibition spar by Sidney. He's the only old 'uu in the district who has ever been known to ' come back.' The farmers look very pleased of late. Probably the rain has some thing to do with it. One man was heard saying it was worth £500 to him. . Footracing is likely to start in the district shortly. Wire Whiskers, Popgun Joe, and A. ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

tkU Btak !? *pm te all dwN ot OENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS a* STANItTAY HOUSE, KINO SfREET.SYONEY . Gubtm, iTairtiHU*, KtlboDrm , Ad«Ukt«, IVrth. BobMt, BrijhMW.EookJuBnpton.TowairUltiBdLenai*, QAIt mritUiiijM ta»d» to, nfritafta dr»*n «n lortlrn piWM dbwk. foreign Wilt BtpitUtil ul erflte*^ %rtt« irfirwllt J»i«-i » »nr p»rt of W world. BUta nnotJiitd or tonr»rd«d,t«« WIlMttiB. B«ld»f «rf Eiohuiro Bntlnni ot «v*ry dworipUan truiuotnj within th« Oonaoa. wMtth; VnUMIIDMdMiwia ateeiut -3nrrmt*ec«mBtf op»«d. I»MrMtt-»ld m-^i*d dq-*tllK AdruiDHeikd*i^Mt*Pl-TOT*dM(nuiU*i. - , ? , ?.-.'?' :: vX SAVINGS JMNK OB»AIITIMNT IU.W. Brwtett 1MIIMI «6 (OMTLCKUaH «mHT (top «TMMn ?!), ?VDNKV; MtmU'-ftfi it-tSrSSoB; IntorMt mt *% km- annum. . M#MM« *r Withdrawal «Mtr bt md« rtii; Brand «r AftiiQr wlthtb th. OoommwmIO. 1AVBKIU. DMirSmim Vdwatv, »ifc DKHISOM MtUiSR, tMIM* ComulUtioni and Country^ Residents Terfing visited by FREE!! Appointment. LA. Joynton-Rolfe, ^^^an In now Besident in Cessnook, and may b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

§£???? :; ;'.?'? -?? ? . ' £ WIM4AM H. WARD, '',.'; ,: Pupil or Edward King, Newcastle. y - y . TEACHER OF ; PUno, Violin, Mwidoline and Theory. c/o Ligfatfoot's J.E. HENRY, (Late George Pring). Undertaker SI Cabinet Maker* Funerals Conducted in any 'put of the —District— -? New and Up-to-Date Plant and Famish ings. Prompt Attention, Reasonable Charges and Considerate Treatment to ?all. Orders may be given on myjiehalf to ? MR. PRING or at the 'THE DON' where my workshop is situated, or at my PRIVATE RESIDENCE, Regent Street 3 doors off Hill Street. ERN. EATON, PRACTICAL BOOT * SHOE MAKER. ' {Iriteof Co-operative.Stfir?, £eS5Dt-c» | ... dcsir^tosUtebe has Opw^^aaia*!! in , Iitohfield's Buildings, V1NCENT-STREET, CESSNOCK where he will be pleased to undertake all classes of {Boot and Shoe Repairs. soots and shoes made to order W. L Morris, BUILDER & CONTRACTOR HalTt Estate, Cewnock All Classes of Work Undertaken Estimates Given. Are you aware that ft. H. Shackleford Main Stre...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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SONG OF THE GRAPE PICKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

SONGO^IPBGBAPEJPJCKEE. 'TvVere merry in the ;reshtning morn, . among the serried. llntB, 4.'. Ere yet the wreathing mists of morn have fled, ?' k' ?.:'????? ?'???;? ...*?'? ' ',v.:; To pluck the berry bunches, (him the rustling yecdant vines— i,w/ . Berries purple, berries amber, gold and red. . ... .'. ? ? . ?????-.. '^GhoniBS^'T.-^'-'^r- With a lilt of merry music, ?'?-'.??;*.- Rippling runs oriaughter gay-i- - ? . With the joya of- glaa to-mprro-v, 1 ; 'VAlerging in the glad to-day.. iV,.. : There is no joy or sadness in the .won der spread around; . ...' ..?r- And youth It glad when near to Na ture's heart; ? ; No happier 16t for, boy or maid could '. ever yet be tound — . ? ;'? '?'?'?'?? What^v. wenrfer. ^hpn y^6 ^ughter ? '?'?'' ~t otiorus^^ ? ' . , We «nvy not the Day King, Avith his i chariot of fire;- ??' *- ' ' ' *? '?' '? -.KorhiB great big. steeds of dappled 1 grey and whiter . , , ,. - ^ And we *lp 'such nectar sweet that a T kfngmiglit well desire; A ohwlot bBare ue ba...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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People Say: [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

People Say: That not a single scratching has. been received in connection with' to-morrow's races. . That some treasures have been located in Lavender Creek — includ- ing a gasometer. That there is a new auctioneer in town — Mr. Hilton Guest. - That Mr. Pitt conducts an auction sale on Saturday and Monday. 1 That Mr. Fisher, hairdresser, has removed into large premises in Vincent street. That the Amphitheatre is adver tising splendid programmes of pictures. .... That the position at the front re mains unchanged. That the forthcoming hospital 'ball is occasioning?mucTt interests That the local hospital is usually full of patients. That straying stock is causing many complaints in town. That gardens are'outof the ques tion owing to their capabilities at gate opening. A grand euchre party and dance under the auspices ef the Girls' Patriotic Fund, will be held in Attwater's Hall, on Monday, April 19. The fixture promises to be all that is desired for a night's good en joyment. The ampit...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Sports and Art Union at Pokolbin. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

Sports and Art Union at Pokolbin. A gala day is set down for Empire Day (24th May), at Pokolbiu, which embraces a day's Bports and Art Union.. A liberal programtne has been7 drafted, which will meet the approval of one and all, bid and. young — wood-chop; tug-of-war, foot rating, bicycle events^ comical turn outs, eto. - The art union, fcha Yirizas of which make a grand total of £65 10s (10 per cent going to the Belgian Fund) 'includes a sulky. valued at £25 (shown at the ?? currenti Maitland Show), splendid7 combination sewing machine, drawing room suite, gratn mophone, set carvers, dinner set, box cutlery, and a tost of other articles too numerous to mention. An idea of the value of the prizes may be ob tained upon reference to the window of Messrs. Lane and Quinn, where most of the articles are on show. The object of this oolossal undertak ing is to renovate and brirg Pokolbin School of Arts up to an up-to-date footing. Among the committee who are straining every ingenuity are: M...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock, and its Natural Resources. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

Cessnock, and its Natural Resources. i i ? There are few towns situated as Cessnock is from a point of view in cluding natural resources. Given a season with normal conditions, the agricultural element is a large factor. With a season abnormal — that is when the season includes a good rainfall— the fecundity pf the pecu liarly-conditionod soil is a matter of more than passing surprise. The ag riculture embraced in the district in cludes^ dairying, fruit-growing and vegetables, and produce. The- latter includes samples of splendid corn... Touching the dairying during the last five years or thereabouts a decided . mnvAirAmanf. line Kaan «knnm «*t i^n quality of herds., While there is a sprinkling of -Sholthorti8,*fa«mnd El lalong and Con&ewai there are a lew herds,of fair $EseyB. ^ Wtaergrowing, while'p'rpbably thi larger of the two' industries, is also the most lucrative. It is not far :»ut;3!xr assert ihattas' compared with i^riculture wine grow ing returns per year twice as...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Welsh Patriotism. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

Welsh Patriotism. Now and again we catch a glimpse of how things are done over the way in matters pertaining to the war. In regard to this % contemporary in timates that Mr. T. S? Jones, of Lambtbn, well , known* throughout this district, has received word that eleven of his immediate relatives are at the front; also that 50,000 Glanmorganshire miners had enlisted to date. It is evident from this illus- . tration that the ? characteristic in tensity of feeling common 4o the Welsh nature runs 'along patriotic lines also. Improving. The friends of Mr. Jack Hill will be pleased -to learn that he is now well on the mend after his operation. Mr. Hill is still an inmate of the hospital, but he is rapidly gaining strength. --5- ???-??-? - 7 Additfonai Contributions. ?' ? Additional contributions to Oess nock and District Patriotic Fdnd are as follows! Win. NutteB (3rd:oon. Mbution) £l:ls| A. F. H. and F: Stephen (Pokolbin) £i; Caledonian Society, ner. Jaa. Dune (9th contri bution £1 12s 6d...

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A Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

; S3: '-?*?'-??;£'??'''?..;? ?';*. ? '-— *??'?- -.A ' : ?' ' much impressed witl* the -wonderful prospects . of the 'district. '* Tbe ex oellent properties of the OaledOmaa^ Coal Company tAbedare and TheT5x tended) were the subjeots of much eulr^Bticreferance/ particularly the facilities employed* to expedite ex port and theprojected imprbvements

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