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CURRENT TOPICS. RABBIT DESTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

CURRENT TOPICS. RABBIT DESTRUCTION. We reprint on page 4 an extract from a report in the Molong Argus of a recent meeting of the local Council which unanimously adopted a motion viewing with alarm the great increase of insect life, and attributing same to the loss of insectivorous birds, which have been destroyed by rabbit poison ing. The article suggests a question which is well worth the timely and earnest consideration of all South Coasters. The reasoning of the bee keeper whose remarks are printed is unquestionably sound. He affirms that the bee industry is threatened with ex tinction owing to the ever-increasing army of insects invading the country and robbing the bees of the nectar of tree blossoms upon which they depend for raw material wherewith to manu facture honey. But the aviary is not the only victim of the poisoning cart. An alarming increase of the pumpkin beetle, grasshopper, and blowfly pests is attributable to the same cause, and it is safe to say that the fearful ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

TELEGRAMS. I Sydney, Friday. Markets. — Eggs 8d to 9^d ; butter to 90s ; cheese to 8d ; Hens 3s to 4s ; Roosters 2s 6d to 5s 6d. An unsuccessful attempt was made last night to wreck the Port Pirie Ex press at a poiut near Georgetown, two large boulders being placed 011 tue line. Black-trackers are endeavoring to trace the miscreants. A similar attempt was made at Daylesford, Victoria. A tragedy occurred at Manly yester day, when a young man named Matthew Duuniug, after quarrelling with his wife, fired a revolver at her, the bullet causing a gaping wound in her chest. A bystander named Thompson, a visi tor from Young, wrested the weapon from Dunning as he was about to fire a secoud time. Duuning then pulled j out a bottle containing prussic acid I from his pocket, and remarking, ' It's all right ; I'll be dead in a minute,' drauk the consents, collapsed, and died a few minutes after reaching the bos. pital. Although the woman is in a critical condition the doctors believe she will re...

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Things in Geieril. ? 9 ? ? ? Cardinal Moran has convened an im portant conference to meet on January 17 to discuss the educational question. It is believed that the attitude of the Labor Government to church schools will be reviewed at the conference. * m # The Minister for Lands stated at Yass that it was the intention of his de partment in the future to only allow throughly qualified land agents to be re gistered, and if they do not do their duty properly they may be struck off the re gistered roll. # * An outbreak of pleuro-pueumonia is reported in the Wagga district. A number of cattle in a mob of 700 Queenslanders, sold through the local yards, were found to be affected and immediately destroyed. About 2,000 head of the same cattle were sent to A 1 bury, and 50 had to be destroyed. # # * Thus Mr W. A. Blackstone, manager of the Sydney Telegraph Exchanger: 'Our experiences that girl telephonists work more satisfactorily than boys.' I* or that reason the boys are ueing gradually ...

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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

¥Mc!®r|. A very pleasing function took place in the local Methodist Church ou Wedues' day evening last, when a large unmber of friends assembled to bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. May, who leave Candelo to-day for Bega, where Mr. May will take up duty at the Post Office. The Rev. Walkden Brown oc cupied the chair at the occasion, which took the form of a social evening. The orchestra played selections, the choir rendered glees, Miss Bertha Holzhauser aud the Rev. Walkdtm Brown each sang a solo, and a quartette by Misses B. Holzhauser and M. Bower and Messrs May and E. Holzhauser made au enjoyable little musical pro gramme, after which tho chairman spoke at some length in the highest terms of eulogy of tho many good qual ities of the guest. He spoke of Mr. May as beiug a whole-hearted Christian, a man of integrity aud of convictions, to whom, after 13 years residence among them, none could lift a finger. That was the best he could say for any man. He was proud to have had Mr. May ...

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TRIED IT ON THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

TRIED IT ON THE HORSE. ' When driving from Tamwortii to Bowling Alley Point, one of my horses took bad with gripes aud got down kicking and sfruggling,' says Mr. Sam L. Pyrke of Bowling Alloy Point, N.S. W. ' TLoSi who passed me considered the horse would die. As I always carry Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for my own use iu case of emergency. I put a whole bottle of it in half a pint of water and gave it to tbe horse. In less than a quarter of an hour he was up an 1 started to feed. It s Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Di irrlu e i Ke-n^d*' that I hove to thank for saving iue a good horse.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

' ? ' ? ? ? - | And This. StTRScurnKKS to tin1 South :n:x V :g'overiied l.iy tiiu t'oiiouiiig LAWS EEliATIXG TO NEWfc i' VI' j i 1. Subicriijc'ia wlio (lo not gnc c j. notice to the contrary am consideiu.1 i ! ''n to con tin no (iu'ir suli-:i-n'j-tio] ; 2. If sul'scribi-:-:: outer !lio ? - |of their pcrio'iiv:!!.-:, the ptibl i, ?;-!. i ? finue to send them until an-oai-.; a i j 3. If sun ?ivril:'!--: rc-f i'.sr -or in v. i ?periodicals iy.,:], oiik-e l i ! to which tii'. v ;uv li iiv.-cte-'.i, f In -i : ; responsible until they have ? j bills ;unl ordered the periotliLaU ! couliuiic-u. : -I-. If subscribers more to olK-.i [i without informing the pubus!-cr- t : papeio are sent to I fie ; -j ? .iir, ^ L : subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided thai ' to take periodicals from the uliiee ? :ug or leaving (hem uncalled for a 'i ;fact evidence of intentional Iran ' (-. If subscribers pay ii n'lv\ o1 i ?- periodical, tliey are bound to give r-otic the publisher at the en...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

j f Read This- Ijj ||to Odb Readers: IVo would fisl; j'ou to !ielp ns in the compilation of a thoroughly rep resentative newspaper by forward i up: at your earliest convenience information that will be of public interest. You will thus do imioh toward advertising your particu lar part of the electorate. Should you j to secure your copy of Record :vm-!nny, a complaint made tu us will rc si'it in tlif matter receiving; jjroiijpfc inves tigation. To Contetbittoes: Whilst we unhesitatingly throw our columns open to contributed articles on any subject, we reserve the right to veto any contribution, or sentence of same which we consider libellous or ; seditious. Should a writer assume a son I dk plum.1:, his real name must accompany [: his or lier manuscript to insure publica- p t! tion. Manuscript must be legibly written ? ^ Ij and reach us not later than Wednesday j i of each weelr. i I To Coeekspondeni'S: To facilitate e:;pediti- | i ous printing- we. request our numerous: I correspond...

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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

isle Year llslric? Hlgfl. Concerning some-parts of the district news comes bat seldom. This is no fault of the editor,, for lie has in? . ir-irkciii-jiis. power' of knowing w'hat is . . of. ci relation. . it is r.h-?... fault of resi : dhnls iu the silent pluccs. 1 Wi'I some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease ? 'If no one else is doing it for your district, will you try on ih&se lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbor hood, such as weddings, deaths, acci dents, concerts, matters touching the industries, ere. Write the names of persons very dis tinctly. Do not bother about grammar or spelling ; it is the editor's, work to look after these trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. Give information, but let criticism alone. Write on one side of the paper only. Write your name in some corner; not foi printing, but to prove good faith.

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The Cost of War. APPALLING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

lite cost ©f war. APPALLING- FIGURES. Accorpjxg to a writer in the Quarterly Review, the loss to France - by the Fran co- Prussian war is circulated at 544,000,000 sterling,. while the victor's bid stood at the much more moderate, though still heavy, total of over 70,000 000 sterling. France, it is quite clear, lost the 544,000,000 utterly, and it is not certain that Germany gained any - thing concrete in return for tlio 70. The Japanese were out of pocket 203,000,000 by the successful - war 'with Russia, which, on its side, paid 300,000,000 to be defeated. It has been calculated that in the first six weeks of a war on the modern grand scale, Germany would have to provide 122,000,000 of cash on the head of all that has-been speut on armament. On the English side, the calculator arrives at the judgment that an entirely successful war would cost no less than 300,000,000 directly, and about T00, 000,000 more ' for the re-building of the fleet.' These figures, appalling as they are, do ...

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Household Accidents. ZAM-BUK, THE EVER-READY HEALER. ALWAYS KEEP A POT HANDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Household Accidents. ZAM-BUK, THE EVER-READY HEALER. Always Keep a Pot Handy. 'As a general all-round household healer I have proved Zam-Buk to be invaluable,' says Mrs. T. Gilbert, of Young Street, Unley, Adelaide. 'It is very soothing, and especially good for burns, scaulds, and all kinds of ulcerated' wounds ; while for cuts and ordinary abrasions, it quiCKly restored the skin to its ordinary and natural state. My little girl, Daphne, was very badly burnt on the left arm, which started to inflame and presented an angry appearance. We had to get medical attention, but this did not do much good as the wound continued in a bad state. It was extremely paiuful and we feared it might lead to a more complicated state. 'We decided to use Zam-Buk, and j applied ife-to the buru. This was very I cooling aud allayed the 'inflammation immediately. After using Zam-Buk for about a week tbe wound was com- j pletely healed and all trace of the in jury removed. 'My husband was troubled by boils 01...

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Bibbenluke. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

[?] [From our Correspondent]. The Rev. R. Cordiner preached, bis farewell sermon here on Christmas night, and his successor. Mr. Tolhurst, tendered his first visit to the township to-day. The weather during the past few weeks has been rather unsettled, frosts — cold snaps as they are termed — and wiudstorns being very prevalent. The annual sports aud ball in aid of the local athletic club eventuated on Monday last. The day turned out a suitable one for the occasion, and each eveut passed off without a hitch. Followiug are the results of the princi pie events : — Opening, Bicycle Handicap. Prizes : First £1 Is, secoud 103 6d. W. J. Elliott 1, N. Smith 2. Bibbenlnke Bicycle Handicap. First £3, 2nd J5s, 3rd 5s. F. Kenuedy 1, H. Elliot 2, Morrison 3rd. Half Mile Bicycle Race. Davis' Trophy valued 10s, secoud 5s. J. Oliver 1 V. Stewart 2. Foot Race. First £1, second 7s_6d, third 2s 6d. W. White 1, F. Thomas 2, W. Kellou 3. Horse Jumps. L. Gerathy 1st and 2nd. Steppiug 50 yds. P. J. Binst...

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Life Was Not Worth Living. TWELVE YEARS' GENERAL DEBILITY ENDED. ANOTHER LIRE SAVED BY BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Life Was Not Worth Living. i TWELVE YEARS' GENERAL ' . DEBILITY ENDED. Another Life Saved by Bile Beaks. ' : 'For many years I was always ill and ailing, 'fgays Mrs. E. W. Goodman, 279 Fitzgerald Street, Perth, W.A. 'This state of things -'was caused through a nervous breakdown. My system became run down, and I i. suffered greatly from severe attacks of indigestion ' aud biliousness, which would prostrate me for days. Work was impossible, I was unable to walk ; in fact, I could not even lift my head up from the pillow. Life 1 regarded as uot worth living, for severe attacks of vomiting would strain my system aud caused me great misery. 1 had a very bad time of if, and longed for death to bring me relief. Between the shoulders I had terrible pains, and used (o get a dreadful weight on the chest, just as if a brick had been placed under the heart, and I was frightened to breathe. For twelve years I suffered iu this way, and was altogether in a very bad state. All sorts of remedies whi...

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Cathcart. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

CiflCllt (From our Correspondent.) I The output of butter at the local factory for the mouth of December was 11, ISOlbs Two cyclists, whilst proceeding iu opposite directions, ou New Years eve, collided. Both riders escaped with a slight shaking, one of the machines was badly damaged. The regular monthly meating of the School of Arts committee was held ou Saturday night. Au application from the C. of E. bazaar committee for hire of hall on Anniversary Day was granted. A euchre tournament aud dance was held oil Monday night, about 30s was taken at the door. The' half-yearly meeting of the local branch G.U.O.O.F. was held iu the lodge room ou Monday night. The balance sheet, for the half-year, was read and adopted. The following officers were elected for the ensuing half-year: P.N.G. Bro. H. A. Gerathy N.G. Bro. G. Stewart, V.G. Bro. C' Miller, F.S. Bro. Batner, E.S. Bro, H. Gerathy, TreaSi Bro. Cole, Warden Bro. Robertson, I.G. Bro. C. Morton O.G. Bro. Whitly. 4/1/11.

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Milking By Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Milking By Machinery. The prejudice which at first existed against milking by machinery is rapidly being dis= pellecl and dairymen through out the state are now taking a keen interest in machine milk= ins-. The reason of this change of opinion is on account of the very satisfactory work per formed by the famous 'L-EL-G-' Milking 'Machines. We are now actually receiving more orders than we .. can supply promptly. Customers who in a doubtful mind ordered one 'L-K-G' machine just to see whether the machine would be successful or not, quickly found out that the machine had many ; advantages over hand milking and ordered one or two more machines, the saving of time by machine milking is so great and- besides it enables the dairy men to increase his herd ^ and consequently increase his . profits. The 'L-K-G' Milking Mach ine is worthy to rank alongside that other world famed machine of the dairy, of course Avre refer to the 'Alfa-Laval' Cream Separators and when a dairy farm is equipped '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

j ROMMCi PIAMOkS J I are famsms mtasical world for I £ linear piare tone, delightful tcmcin (Si great durability. Ik jf Tl \®y are built by experts of life~l©Bng| training, arad || II every iraclm of material wsed in. ifoeir consiansdticm is i I| of the very best quality obtainable. M 1 We g-uaranitee them to give satisfadtiora. | * Catalogue axid price list, shewing easy 4erms, fs-ee on application. I I Wo Ho PALING ®. CO., Ltd. I jU^ S38 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. f£ ^ ? Co A. Green, Local Agent. An Ex-Matron of the i Condobolm Hospital : j Praises the Great Remedy \ jl! ? Clements Tonic ? j ] 1 1 Many persons recommend this medicine p g | because they see the direct result of it in | 1 5 renewed strength in convalescent patients. [ j 1 1 Many others also rely upon it, and recom- | 1 1 mend it to sufferers because it is a good nerve i f S remedy. Here i= a testimony given by ? 1 Nurse Holland, late Acting-Matron of the I | Condobojin Hospital, New South Wales, j 1 5 She writes : — | '...

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Eden P.P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Edei p.p. BMrt. The Board met on Wednesday. Pre sent: Mrs T Cockraue (chairman), W. Haslingden, G. Keys. C. Parbery, T.J. Kelly, D. Tarlington, J.A. Gordon, W. Hanscombe, (Directors), Mr. C.O. Furness, Inspectors, Mr. Francis Rowe, assistant rabbit Inspector and Mr. W. A. Zingel, secaetary. The correspondence includes a letter from Yass Board, asking co-peration in having the Act amended with respect to the width, mesh, and gauge of wire netting by making it compulsory to fence the boundary of any property with 42 inch, 1£ mesh 17 to 18 gauge wire-netting before a certficate can be issued by the Board. By four votes to three it was decided to co operate, on the motion of Messrs Parbery and Kelly. The bank pass book showed a credit balance of £220 lis lOd. Two ac counts amounting to £5 10s 2d were passed for payment. Mr. Haslmgdon proposed that appli cation be made to have about 65 acres of land on the left side of the Meringlo Buckejo road, adjoining Curran's and Hayden's laud, conv...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

News and Notes, Pedigreed fox terriers for sale at Kameruka. * * * The gate -receipts for the Bega Races totalled £3? 5 8s Gd, 'jeing about £60 better than last year. ?* -* * Forty-eight Jersey lieifers went by Saturdays steamer from Tathva eu route for the Hunt er. * * * The deviation r ,,t the big hill on the Bemboka road is uearing the finis. It ?svill be a substai itial improvement. * * * Mrs. James, of Kameruka, we are sorry to learu, has been ill during the week. * * * Nice shov eers fell on Thursday even ing. It w as hoped that a good rain | was comin g but it stopped at — points. # * Mr. B ,ert. Wa«tbbs, formerly of Candelo, and late postmaster at Wyn dharn, v ?as married last week to Miss Robert iou, of Honeysuckle. Bert, and bride 1 eft for Sydney from Eden ou Sundr * . # * ? . Tr :e Eden Pastures Protection Board noti ties that all owners must send , iu a r( ;turn of their stock, and land.occu 'pie d, before the 10th instant. See ad.vt. : * * Shoalhayex 'Telegraph' says t...

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Bombala. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

BMMCL (From our Coriespondent). Trevanion Bros, iuteud running, their mill for gristiug this season. Nominations for the Bombala annual races close on the 6th of January. The races this year should prove a great, success as horses are expected from Orbost, Delegate, Bega, Nimitybelle, and Pambula, also a few in train locally. The Robert Vincent Dramatic Co. appeared here ou Saturday and Monday night last, they travel to Delegate on Tuesday, and return to play in Bom bala on Wednesday. The Bombala District Cricket Club will be very pleased to meet a visiting team from Bega on the 20th inst. They are putting in a strong team and expect a good day's sport. Mr. W. T. Lockery, formerly head teacher of the local Public School, is in town on a holiday. The Editor of the Bombala Times has just completed a vote recording machiue, for which he has applied for a patent. The machiue is di vised to simplify voting at Parlimeutary aud similar elections. It counts the votes as they are recorded, c...

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Delegate. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Delegate. (From our Correspondent). Racing here seems to have suffered a revival, and to-day Delegate presented quite a deserted appearance, almost everyone having journeyed to Bendoc to be present at the annual picnic races, which were being held there ; which proved to be one of the most successful meetings held at Bendoc for some years. The day was all that could ba desired, and a large crowd attended. Bendoc races might truly be called piciic races at auytime. The course on which they are held is an ideal one, being lined for a great part with shady trees, and each year large numbers of picnic parties' with their hampers, are to be seen tak ing advantage of the shade thus offered to spend the day in true picnic fashion. The Opening Handicap was won by R. Crawford's Myrtle. Only four horses started for the Bendoc Handicap which was won by A. Bartley's Charlie, this horse also annexing the Hurdle Race. The pony race was won by J. Cavangah's Boko, and the Forced Handicap^ by D. McK...

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Bega Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Bega ilium Races. ? a ? The Annual Racing Carnival of the Bega District Jockey Club was held on Monday aud Tuesday last under favor able conditions. The gate taking on the first day were £208 8s 9d, being £26 more than last year. Monday's results were as under : — Opening Handicap, of £35 ; 6 furlongs W. Eraser's ch m Stitch-in-Time, 9.6, (Clarke) ? 1 P. J. Tarlinton's Goldfinch, 7.2 (Higgins) _ ? ? 2 J. R. Rixon's Silver Progress, 6.7 car. 6.10 (Miller) ? 3 Other starter : H. Little's Light Bri gade, 7.0 (Field). Betting : 6 to 4 on Stitch-in-Time, 7 to 4 Goldfinch, 4 to 1 Light Brigade ana Oliver jrrogress. First Hurdle Race, of £40 ; 2 miles 158 yards. J. Smith's b g Dollar Bill, f 9.0 (Reed) ? ... 1 H. Clough's Prose, 10.6 (Flana gan) ? 2 ? Other starters : Wobbigong 9.2 car. 9-4 (Whitehall) Selimpian 10.13 (Collet) Betting : Evens Silimpian, 6 to 4 Prose, 4 to 1 others. Bega Cup, of £115 : ]£ miles. W. Rixon's bk m Ruby Black, 6.7 (Higgins) ? 1 L. O'Brien's Lemonwood, 8.0 (P. H...

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