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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 June 1912
Correspondence. (To tho Editor.) Sir, — One has only to compare the first letters of your correspondent, Henry Lee, with the last two letters to satisfy himself that someone* has stepped into the breach and is no-v guiding his pen, or else something has happened to bring about the change that has come over the scene, because Henry Lee practically only makes the attempt in his letter in your issue of the 21st inst. of dealing with the question of the method adopted lo in crease the salaries of members of Parlia ment in comparison with the rural workers' efforts to increase theirs. Henry Lee seems sore that personal references have come into the correspondence, so am I ; but let anyone peruse the corres pondence aud see upon whose shoulders the blame lies of having introduced that element. ? Unfortunately for Henry Lee. he failed to comprehend the substance of my first letter, and he assumed that I applied an uncomplimentary epithet at the member for Durham, and forthwith he started t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 June 1912
FELT SICK AND DIZZY. - 'For two years I suffered from head ache, caused by liver disorder acd irregular ctiou of tho bowels,' writes Mrs. Jane ? ( Royes, Ravenswood, Q. '? A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets quickly relieved me . ; and after taking them regularly for a short ^ time my liver was in perfect order, and I i ? was no longer troubled with sick headache. Now if I feel a bit out of sorts I take a dose or two of Chamberlain's Tablets and am ? very soon myself again.' Sold by Leo. Delnrue, Raymond Terrace, J. F. Wade, Bullahdelah, and all dealers in medicines.
DISTRICT NEWS. THE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 June 1912
DISTRICT NEWS. (From our CorrenpowlaUt ) THE BRANCH. Ou Saturday last a very enjoyable afternoon was spent at ' Royslon,' The Branch. A tennis match bet'.veen Iiea therdene.^ind The Branch teams was the main attraction, but of course some people 'J;ere near enough lo say that ten; nis wa(i| .at the only attraction for a cer tain resident of I he Branch, and boxes . . of chocolates were and are being waged about the result. Altogether everyone enjoyed themselves at tennis and other '' things, and all went home liappy and contented. The Heatherdene players ' proved too strong for The Branch on the clay's play, aud won by 54 games to 36. The return match will be played 011 Saturday, July 6tli, when The Branch players aie going to try and defeat their opponents, if play can do it. On Saturday evening a meeting of The Branch District Progress Association was held in the local hall. It was deckled to send a deputation, consisting of Messrs. R. Goodsir, C. Goodyer, A. Flannery, ? ? and J,....
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 June 1912
: SYDNEY MARKETS Butter— Specially flavored brands 140s, other iniino brands 127s to 18J-?, second quality 110s to ? llHs per cwt. JTiiicurno Hay. — Local : Hunter River, prime old suuiuioi1 JC5, small bales, £~- 10s, now heavy and sweated X3 10s to -21 10s per tou. livoom Millot — Prime long hurl JZ'IS to £20, short and self working -£2(3 to J£2S, discolored and crooked .El 5 to JJ20 pur ton - ... Maize — Northern River 4s lid to 5s, inferior 5s 9d ; whito 4s lid, inferior 4s (id per bushel. Eggs — Suburban new-.luid Is Od to 13 lOd ; Nortliorn River Is 7d, Railway Is 8d, duck eggs . Is 8d to Is 9d per dozen . . ? Oaten Hay — Victorian, prirno JES lo J28 10s per ^ tou. p. Chaff — Victorian, wheaten, extra, choice green .£6 53; oaten, prime X6 53 to XG 10s, good £5 153 ' to -C6; Adelaide, now, wheaten; prime X(5 10s to JBG 15s ; Tasnianiau, straw chaff, wheaten ill. 10s, oaten £5 tOs: Ndw 'Zealand, oaten £fl 15s per ton. Cheese— I'rimo loaf Bid, good 7d to8d, Tonter iield Od, Kameru...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 June 1912
IN MEMORIAM APPS— In loving memory of my dear husband &nbsp; and our dear Father, Edmund Apps, who &nbsp; &nbsp; died June 24, 1904, aged 73 years. God saw that his footsteps faltered, He saw that his heart was weak ; He bade him rest for a season, The pathway had grown too steep. Inserted by his loving wife and family. DEATH. EKERT — On Sunday, 23rd June, at his parents' residence, Seaham, George Arthur, dearly beloved son of Mr and Mrs. Christian Ekert, aged 23 years and 5 months. At rest. The Raymond Terrace Examiner. FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912. &nbsp;
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 5 July 1912
SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter— Specially flavored brands 140s, other prime-brands 127s to 132?, second quality 110s to 116s per cwt. Lucerne Hay.— Local : Hunter River, prime old summer -E5 17s 6d. good brown EKeated to dS4 15s. Broom Millet— Prime long hurl .£27 to .£28, short and self working .£23 to £25, discolored and crooked £15 to £18 per ton Maize — Northern River 4s lid to 5s, inferior 5s 9d ; white 4s lid, inferior 4s 6d par bushel. Eprgs— Suburban new laid Is 6d to Is 8d ; Northern River Is 7d, Railway Is 8d, duck eggs Is 8d to Is 9d per dozen Oaten Hay— Victorian, prime £8 to £8 10s per ton. Chaff — Victorian, wheaten, extra choice creen £8 ; oaten, prime £6 5s to £6 10s, good £5 15s to £6; Adelaide, new, wheaton, prime £6 10s to £6 los ; Tasmanian, straw chaff, wheaten £4 10s, oaten £5 10s ; Ndw Zealand, oaten £6 15s par ton. Cheese— Prime loaf 83d, good 7d to 8d, . Tenter- field 9d, Kameruka 9d, Bodalla 8}d per lb. Beeswax — Prime clear Is 3d, dark Is to Is 2d per lb. Honey.— ...
Raymond Terrace School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 5 July 1912
Raymond Terrace Sohool of Arts. The annual general meeting of the members of the above institution was field on Tuesday night last. The President (Mr. A. S. Bridekirk) occupied the chair and there were about 35 members present. The chairman opened the meeting by calling upon the Secretary to read the minutes of the last general meeting. Tlie Secretary (Mr. C. H. Wall) read the report for the past 12 mouths as follows : — J^auicouuu ucuucuiuu) — xuc v-,uu]uihlcc have much pleasure iu being able to present the following report for the year just closed, and on being able to report a year of progress. You are all acquainted with the conditions of the Institution when the matter of its reopen ing was seriously entered upon 12 months ago last May, and the condition of the building at present presents a great con trast to it at that date. We began the year 1911-12 with a debit balance of ,£10 15s iod, and not r withstanding the amount that has had to be expended to place the building in a ...
Commercial. RAYMOND TERRACE MARKETS. E. WINDEYER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 5 July 1912
Commercial RAYMOND TERRACE MARK UTS. E. WlNDEYEIt's EEPOUT. Egr;s — Is 2d tn Is 3d per dozen. C-ablia'*e — Is to Is 6d per dozen. Cauliflowers — Is 6d to 4s por dozen Oranges — id to 5d. Poultry— Hens 2s 2d to 2s 7d, roosters 2s 3d to 3s 6d. Pigs — I sold for Miss McDermott C at 6s 3d, R Moxey. sow nnd litter j62 10s, S Foot, 2 at 24s, H Klkin 6 at 5s, H J Smith 3 at Ss 3d, C Mc Pherson 3 from 14s 6d to 21s 3d, M Osborne 3 from 13s 3d to 26s, S Osborne 2 at 13s 3d, D Lamb 3 at 8s. C McLeay 2 at 18s, W Snndomaifj 5 from 5s to 6s 3d, P O'Brien I at 6s.
Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 5 July 1912
Wedding. AGNEW— SUTTON— A pretty wedding was celebrated at St. John's Church, Ray. mond Terrace, on June lS)lh, when Alice, second daughter of Mr. and Mra. H. Sutton, of ' East View,' Raymond Terrace, was married to Alfrod, youngest son of the late Sergeant Agnew, of ' Burren-side,' New town. The church was prettily decorated by the girl friends of the bride. The cere mony was performed by lhe liev. Garbett. „.oo i,„ u. O.UD Ul.UO ..nr, I...MJT U J -IC. and wore a lovely gown of ivory satiu chnr ineuse, with overdress of ninon encrusted with pearls, the court traiu being suspended from the shoulders, and trimmed with pasBi mentierre edging ; she also wore an em broidered tulle veil over a coronet of bridal flowers. She carried a shower bouquet, which, with a diamond ring, were the gifts of the bridegroom. The bridesmaid, Miss Sutton (sister of the bride), wore cream pailette with ninon overdress, finished with silk fringe, and black picture hat with Lancer plume. Her posy of pink ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 5 July 1912
L, K. G. Milking Machines a ; Profitable Investmant. All doubts and misgivings aa to the merits nnd advantages of milking machines are things of the past and tniikiog machines are now looked upon as being an undoubfc^T success and highly desirable for all dairy!) men with sufficiently large herds to warrant the expense oE installing the machines, lhe tiuiid aud sceptical dairvtnen who usQd to say that tnilidng by machinery was (wt ' natural has long since lost his tune, he is watching the successful working of the L. K. G. Machines on his neighbour's property and intends to instill the machines himself at the earliest possible moment. We would like to point out that the fitting up 0f a dairy with L K.G. Machines would be the best investment a dairy farmer rouldl pessibly make and that being so, it is, un doubtsdly to his advantage to have the- plant erected t lint lie may rucewe the increased profits of his dairy without delay Any investment \vhich wilfpay for itself m about 12 mont...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 5 July 1912
,| Blankets. | 1 THE VERY BEST AUS1EALIAN BLANKETS, f +fj - AT ... J 20/- Per Pair. | | ALSO ALL WINTER GOODS f *|| At Prices to Suit Everybody. ' f | Li®. BELARUE, | I Semeyal Storekeeper, :'r'- J 'king- Street, K s | liAYMOND TEH RACE. | ^yilii^gi.!l«^iiTi^i!!^iiiBli^ifiiiii!^iiirilliii^ili8illi^iiiril^iiiiiiiiii^lliii^iiini!ii^iiil!li!i!|^iiill^jt SALE OH. - SALE OH. - SALE OH. PILGRIM'S GIGANTIC DRAPERY SALE STARTS THURSDAY. JULY 11. i : _ ' ? ? .'''i..','- ' '' -. v'!:- v ^ ; f C ^ ^ Complete Wreck in. Prices. STOFF SED. HUMAN SCIENCE OVERCOMES NAME'S EVES. -®\AROSINE. \%r A Scientifically Prepared and Compounded VEGETABLE r ' SPRAY Sl DISIHFBCTAHT. 60 Gallons for 30 Pence. Prepared arid Ready for TJse in 10 Seconds. 1* SAFE-!.' CLEAN'! .USEFUL! ' %'V AROSINE is the friend of the Yiticulturist, the Vigneron, the Farmer, the Gardener, and . ? s: all others who. turn Vegetation of all kind into .£ s. d. No Crop can be profitable unless it is healthy, be it fruit or vegetable. Iri...
Durham Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 5 July 1912
Durham Electorate. . , ? f- Mr. W. Brown, M.L.A., has forwarded us the following official correspondence for publication : Chief Secretary's Office, 4^ .Sydney, 28th June, 1912. '' Sir,— Adverting to the letter presented by you from Mr. Howard Bignell, Hon. Secretary to the Sealiam branch of the Farmers* « nr\ A ? ing that a policeman be sent there on Sundays aud holidays, I am directed to inform 3^011 that, as the result of enquiries made iu the matter, it is considered the existing police arrangements meet all re quirements. I have to add, however, that if it is considered desirable by the police authorities, a constable will be sent ' f to Sealiam on the occasion of excursion ' trips during the summer months.— I have, etc. , F. A. Coghlan, Under Secretary W. Brown, Esq., M.L.A., , , Parliament House.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 5 July 1912
LOCAL AND GHNSHa.Ii. Dentist T. G. King, Specialist in i Painless Dentistry, High-street, West i Maitland, will visit Raymond . Terrace every Thursday, and-, may be consulted I at rooms right opposite: the s Examiner Office. Hours, 9.30 a.m. till 4 p.m. Free Presbyterian Church.-^rDivin'e ner vice next Sabbath: — Eist Maitland ] 1 , -Raymond; Terrace -3; Mr. 11. Ai len.' -, Just arrived — Splendid assortment of Smokers' Requisites, including .Capsorl Latest Improved Pipes. P. Krohn. A new line of up-to-date aud .fashiou able Boots and Shoes has just been open id up by Mr. P. Kroi-in,' athhis ICing 1 street shop, and are only to l^e once seen 1 to ensure purchase. He also! lias a' lar&e | assortment of football and tenuis: boots aud shoes for the season. For Chronic Chest Complaints, ' ; ' AVoodsVGi'ea-t Peppermint -3uro^:i:ls t-il- ?- The music loving and concert j.-going public are requested lo uote bhat the Vial Concert advertised iu- last tissue, -. and postponed on- acco...