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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

Could Not Keep Food Down. ? ♦ ? TERRIBLE BACK PAINS AND SICKNESS CAUSED BY SLUGGISH LIVER, Now Bright And Happy, Thanks To Bile Beans. 'For some time I was a martyr to that awful affliction liver complaint,' says Mrs. Jane Drew, of 36-j Fitzroy, Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne. 'The pains in my back -were so terrible that I was unable to stoop to pick up anything, and my kidneys were also affected. I could not keep any food down, and used to have frequent bouts of vomiting which made me very weak and quite unable to attend to my household duties. I felt run down and tit for nothing, and to make matters worse, at night I was not able to get any sleep. Yet duriug i the day fits of drowsiness would over take me, and I would fall off asleep should I sit down, my liver was so slugsish. 'Doctors' treatment and medicine did not have the desired effect, and I con tinned to suffer until Bile Beans were recommended to me. Acting on some friends' advice I commenced taking them. Soon after starting ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

cricfisl. Candelo cricketers journeyed to Bega on Saturday last and brought home a vei'y comfortable victory, having de feated the Bega Club by 68 runs. Candelo's score was 204, Walter Collins 66, Rev. Walkden Brown 42, and T. C\f* 1 ? i ? n -r-* | jtikq so, oeuig cuicc scorers, j^ega compiled 130, to which Simpsou 48, Muii-29, and H. Wren 24 were the highest contributers. The scoring was Tis under : CANDELO. Rev. Brown c Higgius b Wren ? 42 YY . Ooinns c Loates b Wren ? ? 66 T. Pike b MeVeity ? 26 E. Coll ins c and b Simpson ? ..... 9 J. Hogan b Simpson ? ? ? ? 0 O. Tortice b MeVeity ? ? ? ? 4 W. Henwood I.b.w. b MeVeity......... 15 T. Britten not out ? ? ? ? 4 W. Evans b Simpson ? 2 R. Bofinger b Bnteman .....15 Fitzell b S impsou ? ? ? 5 Sundries ? ? ........ 1 5 Total 20-1 -v Bowling: Simpson 4 for 46, Bato mau 1 for 49, MeVeity 3 for 52, Muir 0 for 36, H. Wren 2 for 6. BEGA. II. Wren b Bofinger ? 24 Simpson l.b.w. b Pike ? .-..4S u. .'.icveiry c h. Uoihns b Hogau ...18 Muir c T...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bombula. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

[?] (Prom our Gonespondent). A 3IEET]N'G of ladies will be held oil Wednesday afiemoou at. 3 o'clock for purpose of making aiuvingemeiits to carry out (he School of Arts Bazaar which will take place on the nights of the annual show. ? ' A annual meeting of the men's bi-si nc»!i of the Liberal and Reform Association will be held in tho School ~of Arts oa Thursday next, at 8 p.m. Ou Monday week last, at a special meeting of members of tho School of Arts Mr. A. E. Earle was elected Vice. President and Mr. C. Graham a member of the committee. A Labor social was held last Saturday night in the local hall, a great many turned up, and a very pleasant time was spent. The takings at the door amounted to between £ 7 aud £8. Mr. E. Foley is expected round, shortly with a theatrical Company, and will perform under Can\as. The annual Convent School concert takes place to-night, 13th inst., a bumper house is auticipatcd. A social will bo held immediately afterwards. A flower show and gift tree, i...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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South Australian State Farm. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

SratlMisirallir SMs Fffifii. South Australia's State dairy farm is about the best example of Departmental . enterprise in this connection to be found in Australia. The daiiymen oc casionally visit the institution, and being a progressive lot, they are greatly in fln .on it»i All ? ? ? 1 ? uucuucu huu tut; uujeui-iufcsuns tuer« to be found. At present there are 1200 acres under crop and fallow. There are more orders for pure-bred bulls iu hand than they can excute. Pigs form an attractive feature, housed in upto date pens and yards. At present there are zvv bead ot cattle oil the farm, 30 horses, 1,000 sheep, aud 150 pigs. Though the farm contaius 1,200 acres, there is only an area of one- third of this to provide for the lot, so that in tense culture is necessary. Tests of milking cows gave up to 4.6. per cent, fat, from cows which yielded 14 to 161bs. of butter per week, and one made up to 201 bs.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Education. THE NEW REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

EjMIIOiL THE NEW REGULATIONS. The essential features of the new regulations issued from the Education department ai-e that education is f ree ; liberal assistance is given to deserving boys ; the scholarships are open for competition from any primary school, nn hlin or private, although tbey are f ? ? - ' ' . - ' tenable only at State High Schools ; ' aud that certificates will be issued upon completion of the course, which it is hoped will be accepted as equivalant to the existing University public examina tions. ... ' THE STATE HtGII SCHOOLS. It-is provided that high schools may be established where they are warranted by the attendance of a sufficient num ber of pupils remaining at school long enough to complete a four years' course of secondary instruction. This implies attendance of boys from 13 to 17 years o? age. But although education is free the schools are open only to those pupils whose attainments warrant attendance at a secondary school, and to this end intending pupils ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

Ut iffiici privifs sue. QPLENDID DAIRY and AGRICULTURAL D FARM, 920 ae Freehold Laud. 400ae. alluvia! flat, balauce good ymzing land, 300 acres in artificial gras-es, 70:ic. now under maize, 20ac. oats, 4ac. lucerne, -iac. potatoes, 2 Homesteads, till necessary buiiil'.n^-i, and jards, large cheese factory. Subdivided into HO paddocks. Within 0 miles of port. Easy Terni3. For particulars apply YTiM. RIXON', Auctioneer. INSURE WITH THE Asstnllll lltlia Fill IlllFfflfflCS S£|., ill., PITT & KING STRESS, SYDNEY. Risks of FIRE, PERSONAL ACCIDENT, PLATE GLASS, &c„ covered at LOWEST RATE. G. HOWARD POPE, Manager. W. B. JOHN' SOX, Ag-out CANDELO. TO TRAVELLERS. ALL persons desiring special travelling ac commodation throughout the southern districts should apply to H. JOHNSON, ' Coach Proprietor, CandeZo. Comfortable vehicles and good horses are always in readiness. Specials run to anywhere on (he shortest notice. TRAVELLERS, REMEMBER !

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Sensible Shelter Belt. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

The Sensible Shelter Belt. The cows which are allowed to stand, uurugged, shivering in an unprotected paddock during a stormy day in winter are not likely to add much to the farmer's earnings. More than that, if she meets mnnv-davs like that she will soon be fit to be turned out'into the dry paddock. Not every farmer is in a position to provide shed accommo dation for the whole of his herd, but it would not cost much to get 'a supply of canvas rugs. A good plan is to start with a dozen, aud keep adding to the number. Animals so treated will soon repay the outlay with an increased yield. Those who are sceptic should prospect for proof. If there are men not in clined to go so far, why not plant a few shelter trees. Even iu the summer months we get cold days which cut the stock up perceptibly. If they had shelter trees there would be less damage done and less falliug off of the cream cans. Besides, the hot winds are trying. There are many kinds of trees which grow very quickly. Even th...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES ON THE DAIRY. Fads and Fancies. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

PW£S ON Til BABY. [From the Field.] Fads and Fancies. ! There are fashions in the dairy world as well as in regard to wearing apparel. That is, the taste for different breeds of dairy stock fluctuates. A decade ago the Avreshire was almost a rage. The bounie Scotch cattle became so populai that they threatened to practically dis place the other breeds. Later ou the Shorthorn climbed into favor, largely because its characteristics predominated in the Illawarra cattle. At the shows the Shorthorns easily out-numbered any other breed. Later on the Jerseys became exceedingly popular, especial'y in Queensland, where some splendid types were imporled by enthusiasts. Indeed, they are very much in favor there now, especially in localities which suit them. Figures prove that the Channel Island beauties have iuci'eased by fully 50 per cent as show stock, as compared with the Ayreshires. The newest fancy is in the direction of the Guernsey, and the demand is much more active for them than any o...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cows We Have Seen. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

Cows We Have Seen. Since those days when we first started to climb the hills to school aiul run down them with joy on our way' from school, we have been used to looking at and admiring dairy cows — ? we have been used and accustomed to see our neighbour's cows going to and from their pasture, and to express our opinions about the good cows so-and-so had. Some of us have seen a great number of cows during the past fifty years, aud after all there is one type of cow with which we have the deepest sympathy. She possesses special dairy points, tnat may be considered common to any dairy cow, no matter kow she was bred. She is of medium size; but ju other respects she appears to bo much larger made than the average cow. Her face is long, with a wide, strong, dark-coloured muzzle ; strong jaws, devoid of flesh, thin, broad, flat neck, covered with a very thin wrinkled skin, thin sloping shoulders, showing the bones ; little or no brisket, free from dew-lap, large girth, broad under neath, ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fancy Fat Yie ders. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

Fancy Fat Yie ders. It should always be kept iu view, like a flag on the top of a pole, that the percentage of fat is not the determining factor of a dairy cow's? value. The writer once met a dairy farmer who was ex ceedin'-lv proud of his herd, and all lie had to justify the opinion was that the average test was 5.4. It was a credi table test, of course, but the amount of fat is only one pebble on the lieaeli. An equally important feature, if not more important, is the weight of milk produced, because if is the quauity which swells the cheque. The value of herd-testinLr isenuallv ntonounced in displaying one ability as the other. For instance, a cow giving a thousand gallcus of four per cent, milk yields more fat than the oue prolneing 800 gall 0113 Of 4| per cent., and so on. It is tbe total fat produced in the year that tells the ta'e. It is only by having registered both the weight of miik and ti._ ? i-- ? ? c r„i. ii x ? ,i nit; jjtfiueu ui ictt mis coiiuir.;:?. uwu the farmer ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega Weights. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

Bep Weifliis. BEGA CUP of 110 sovs ; lj miles, j st lb Priorwood ... .... ?913- Elouera ... ... ... 9 5 Selah ... ... .... ????, 9. 0 C.H. . ... .... -? ... '85 Warsprinfc . ... ... .8 2 Lemonwood ... ... 8 0 Shooting ?Gallery (Air Gun) 7 12 Wood King .... ... 7 S Light Brigade ... ... 7 7 Gingal ... ... . 7 4 . Romance ... ... 6 11 Splinterwood .. ... 6 11 Ruby Black ... ... G 7 Olive Green ... 6 7 TOWN PLATE of 80 sovs. ; 1 mile 110 yds. Priorwood ... ... 10 0 Sennawood .;. ...- 9 10 Elouera ... ... ... 9 6 Selah ? 9 1 Stitch-in-Time ... ... S 10 Harley (late Kerlie) ... 8 3 Wirsprint ... . S 3 Lemonwood ... 8 1 Shooting Gallery (Air Gun) 7 13 Wood King ? : 7 9 Lucky Jack ... ... 7 8 Light Brigade ...' ... 7 8 Yellow Aster ... ... 7 5 Giugal ... ... 7 5 Romance ... ...? 6 12 Ruby Black ... ... G 8 Espero ... ... ... 6 J3 Olive Green ... ... 0 8

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

General News. A shearing match has been arranged between two experts at Clareville, for wagers amounting to £1000. =» * * Mr. Winston Churchill says the Liberals will be returned with full authority to carry Parliamentary Bills (?„ 4-1. „ rlM-i..rwi -i «= * Poor relief, amounting to £15, 000,000 was distributed last year by the Vatican. * * * . During November the Bullfinch Proprietary Mine treated 399 tons of ore for 5475 ozs of go'd. The Government intends to replace | the Industrial Disputes Act and Clerical Mi nimum Wage Act by an entirely new ! law. Wages Boai-ds in connection with the Arbitration Court will be retained, but will be made auxiliary courts in the case of any well-defined trade. The wage fixed outside will automatically come into force in Goy vernment establishments. * * ? «= Messrs. Blatchford aud Gruts', min ing experts, report in respect to the Chaffinch Mine states that five bags of or.e were deposited with the Bank by Greenaway which assayed 20 ozs of gold pe...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Christmas and Music. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

CiirisliBtas ntiiusic. 'Froji time immemorial it has been the custom to associate Christmas with Music. The festive season is always made bright by the addition, of the noblest aud most elevating of all the fine arts. ' ' Who has not heard that gi'eat Han-' del.ian. Master-piece^ 'Messiah' at Christmas tide and felt better for the elevating effect caused by such noble aud entertaining Music. From Art to Commei'ce seems a wide change but the two are very closely bound together. Take a stroll through the business centre of Sydney, the Shops are ablaze withlgoods beautifully displayed and both ornamental and useful presents for Wife, Children, or Friends piled up from floor to ceiling amid a radiance of electric light making a perfect kaleidoscope of color that outvies the rainbow. Strolling along George Street with perhaps our better half and ' kiddies,' intent on seeing the sights of well filled Shop windows crowded with presents, we ai-e attracted by PALING'S window display. One is ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

The RsiBiflii. The rainfull since our last issue has been registered as follows : — Candelo ... 73 j Bega . . 72 Bemboka . . . Ill Pambuia . . . 116 Eden ... 60 Cooma . . . 106 Nimitybelle . . . 130 Bombala . . . 50 Queanbeyan . . ; 108 Green Cape . . . 28 Michelago . . . 63 Towamba . . . 260

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

Geienl News. A petition bearing over 2,000 signa ture of landowners in Tasmania is being presented to tha Governor-General pray ing that assent be withe) d to the Federal Land Tax Bills on Con stitutional and other grounds. * * * A woman (Mrs. Ryan) took part in all the hunting aud jumpiug events with the men at the Pomona, Queens land, show. The lady rode astride over the big jumps. * * * Mutton is now being exported from Australia to Europe, America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific Islands. A Vic torian firm has just received an .order for 250,0001bs of various meats for the Islands. ?» * * Imports of free goods into the Com mom wealth have increased from £10,500,000 iu 1203 to £20,800,000 in 1909. In the same period imports of dutiable 'goods have increased from 26 millions 'sterling to 29 millions. j * * * i The Attorney-General has decided to release within a few da vs Margaret. Jackson who is undergoing, a sentence, of six years for ? malpractice. -The ?prisoner would be -duo for...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pambula Weights. PAMBULA CUP 1 1/4 miles [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

WSlpSS. PAMBULA CUP, 1^ miles st lb. Sennawood 9 , 9 Elouera 9 5 Stitch-iu-Time 8 9 Warsprint 8 1 Wood King ' 7 8 Light Brigade 7 7 Giugal - 7 4 Rustenberg 6 7 HURDLE RACE The King 10 9 Kendledale 9 5 Silkland 9 5 Zephyr 9 0 Orroroo 9 0 TOWN PLATE, 1 mile. Priorwood 10 0 Sennawood - 9 10 Elouera 9 6 Stitch-in-Time 8 10 Waispriut _ 8 2 Wood King 7 9 Light Brigade 7 8 Lucky Jack 7 S Gingal 7 5 Brown Bird 7 2 Splinterwood 6 12 Rustenberg 6 8 Espero 0 7

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Australian Youth. A TRUE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

18 M8fF§?i§31 ¥®i!!Ii. A TRUE STORY. Wno shall say that the Australian youth is decadcnt? A ? Waver! ey lad, not quite .18 years of ago, has proved con clusively that Foster Frazer's criticism . of the Australia'ifyonth was absolutely without foundation. A month ago the boy's .- father met with an., accident through failing off a .tram. To make matters worse the'mother fell-sick also, aud there was 10s a week. renfc to pay . and three helpless youngsters to pro vide for iu the family. There was no capital available in the house, but the boy, acting-solely on his own initiative, j got a friend to lend him a horse an van ! He. had seen an announcement in the' papers that old timber and things could be had for the carting away from a place that was being demolished iu George-street. 'Igot 7s lid for the first ,two loads,' said the boy. ' I pub that into buying a lot more stuff from the first lot of shops demolished in Oxford-street. I got it very cheaply, r,.,/! tUrv — ? ? u:t rm..... ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOVE OF HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

10VE I9ML By Gertie Joihisoji, Convent School Candelo. ' There's 110 place : like home ' is a frequently h^ard andy perfectly true saying, for is not- the very name home full of enchantment. Au eminent person once expi\essed bis idea of home in tue following words : it is tne magic circle within which the weary spirit finds refuge; it is the sacred asylum to which the cix'eworn heart retreats to find rest from the . toils and inquietudes of life.' Surely no better definition is needed. - Butjf home means such a lot to us- what is it that makes it the dearest spot on earth ? It is not the fine furniture, building, or site, for many of the happiest and best loved homes are humble cottages, so it must be the love which surrounds it. The love of homo is the parents love for each other, and for their children, and the child ? ? 1„,™ ? „.,^l P«,. flio,',. mother and father. 'Mothex1' is always the centre of this svouderful ' Home Love,' for it is she who makes things comfortable and sooth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

Iap Qussn s Motel- Hi ; WilllanJBtpeet, CANDELO. ' - ' PROPRIETOR. - - - First Class Accommodation at a Moderate Tariff. ewaoasew 1 i 1 1 un ,i nw '''' — Bast Braiids of liquors Kept in Stock. . ~ Visitors _o the district should write for Accommodation at this Hotel. ^Dra't^forget this popular old Hotel when MAKING YOUR ^UK^iiAbJib. You cannot be better catered for elsewhere. ? ? 1! - ? rn i! If ' - . _ — - . . If Want Want ffepH I m. a set Good of i Saddle. Harness. r p ' Wa if il £-'F\ ii — GO TO - - F. J. RYHNS'. - PRICE AN!* QUALITY GUARANTEED. ? -:x: ? ? All the latest designs in Stationery, Toys, Books, School and Artists' Re quisites. ? A Choice Assortment of Suitable Birthday Books and Presents, and many other lines to numerous to particularize. A cordial invitation is extended to all to call and inspect the above lines. ? The Latest Fashion Journals, weekly and monthly, always on hand. Bega - Coonia Motor Service. -£i ttTttlV tJk- & ^iUl+itllU 4 4 j *3 v=4 ^ J ii i-...

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Poetry. Friendship. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

[?] [?] | — ; ? » ? — ! Friendship needs no studied phrases, Polished face or winniug wiles; . Friendship de.als 110 lavish praises; I Friendship dous uo surface smiles ; Friendship follows nature's dic'iou, Shuns the blandishments of art, Boldlv severs triuh fr.) 11 fiction Speaks tho message of the heart. - Friendship favors 110 condition, Scorns a narrow minded creed, Lovingly fultili its mission, Be it. word or be it deed ; I1 riendship cheers tiie faint aud weary, Makes the timid spirit brave, Warns the erring, iights the dtenry. Smoothes ti.e passage to the grave. Fi iendship — pure, unselfish friendship — AU through life's allotted span, Nurtures, strengthens, widens, lengthens Man's affinity to man. ' ' Poverty overtakes him who s-rivs ' 'Tis too eohl, 'tis too hot, 'ti- too aud neglects his dai' y . w n k : but h who, perfo: mini* his nlanly duties l-L'. ks nui a sti-a.v for heat or c-.dd, his - happiness shall 1 ot decay

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