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Scotch Dairy Critics. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911
§»t£i ifflirj critics. Mr. Morrison, one of the dairy experts of the Scotch Commission, which recently toured the Commonwealth, says. that Queensland was the home of very primitive dairies, New South Wales was a little more advanced, while lasmama was ahead of all the other States so far as he had journeyed. Taking the industry as a whole, and comparing Australia with Denmark and Holland and other European countries, he remarked, 'Out here you have not grasped the rudimentry principles of scientific dairying. Bad farming is one of the most common features of Australian agriculture. There are millions of acres of land suited for settlement, aud your people don'fc know how to use it, even in settled areas, and on the best land farms are not worked to a tithe of their capacities. It is very largely a question of labour, but you are not going the right way to get laborers, and you have not solved the problem of keeping them when they get here. Instead of having work for them all the yea...
Murder in the Milk Can. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911
Mirier ii tie Mill €§ii ? 0 ? The Sunday Times gives some startling pronouncements of 'men who know ' iu connection with the milk question. 'There is no doubt,' remarks Dr. Seed, 'that some cases of tuberculosis result from di'inking milk from tuber culosis cows. In some experiments recently conducted a selected number of healthy young pigs were fed on milk which was known to be tubercular, and was not boiled ; a second family of healthy pigs was fed on the same milk after it had been boiled. AU those pigs fed on the unboiled milk became tubercular and died, and those which wei-e fed on the same milk after boil ing lived aud remained healthy, and no doubt in due course furnished excellent bacon. Unfortunately many children in this State have been fed on unboiled tubercular milk, and have had the same sad fate as the little pigs, who came to an untimely end as martyrs to science.' So much for tubercular milk. Now for the adulterated article. ' A few 1 months ago,' writes Mr. Rowley, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911
WANTED. WANTED a family of SIX MILKERS, on Shares or Wages, Apply — RECORD OFFICE. For Sale. PEDIGREED FOX TERRIER PUPS at ONE GUINEA each. Apply to— GEO. DENT, . Kameruksb. NOTICE. MRS. R7G. TAIT Begs to announce she has open ed AN UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE, CORNER OF PAMBULA AND WILLIAM STREETS, CANDELO, in premises known, as the late GUARDIAN OFFICE. m* AFTERNOON TEA AND MEALS AJ ALL HOURS. ALL CORRESPONDENCE STRICTLY ATTENDED TO. THE LEADING BOOTMAKER. Wo Schick* (Next door to Groves' Boarding House.) Ladies' and Gents' Boots made in the highest style of the art. ALL REPAIRS EXECUTED NEaTLY AND QUICKLY'. Priees Moderate. . . . . . Good Workmanship IMPORTANT / / / PuMie Notice. HAYING taken over the control of the j Blaelcsmitaing1 Business for merly conducted by Mr. J. Cossey, J. HQLSHAtJSBE begs to announce that lie is prepared to execute all orders at the shortest notice and in the most liigh-clsss manner ; and he solicits a fair share of public patronage. H0RSE=SH0EING A SPEC...
Tathra Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911
Tffltlr® Races. Following are the nominations : Flying Handicap, 7 furlongs— Sennawood, Overlook, Elouera, Muzzle — Loader, Espero. Local Race, G furlongs — Play Belle, Daphne, Willow May (lane Mabel), Sir Wood, Flatina, Libel Lee, H. Evans, Peculator. Hurdle Race, 2 mile — Sennawood, Elouera, The Kiug, Willow May (late Mabel), Espero, Wobbigong, Dollar Bill, Silkland, Priorvvood. Auniversary Handicap, 1 mile Senna wood, Elouera, Overlook. High weight Handicap, 6 furlongs — Silver Progress, Wobbigong, Espero, Daphne, Seuani, Muzzle Loader, . Jaco bite, Flatina. Trot, 1| mile — Siege Gun, Ringdove, Kathleen, Peeping Tom, Pretoiia, Rebel Reel, Melba, The Little Rebel.
Tathra. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911
Tathra. v ? [From our Correspondent]. *''5TVter five days cooling off, since the Uth inst., the s.s. Merimbula came alongside at 0 o'clock this morning, having experienced the flood. We had more regard for her thau ' Noah's Ark.' Discharging a big general . ..i. ? Oi~., cargo, tne steamer got away ouum au ] (5730: * # * Mick Corrigan scored a win along the road. Mick sleeps with one eye open. * * * Bligh's motor lorry was alive and to the front of teams. Verily, we are making rapid strides in the beginning of 1911. * # # Being cooped up in small compass *T for the better part of a week, christian endeavour was to the fore, and we can ^ all ping now ' We shall meet on the beautiful Shore,' if not, on the roof of Australia. Put a score, of people of varied social rank on a raft for three days, and they' will swear eternal friendship until again spoilt by custom. We all broke our money box open on the 1st. The money died, but like good sports, await resurrection. Our creditors call us ...
Mortality Amongst Birds. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911
Mortality Miifsi iirts. ? 0 ? In view of the attention which the ques tion of mortality in bird life is attract ing iu many parts of the State, and the fact that it is one of importance to every part of the State, j,the following remarks by H.M.S. in the 'Austra- i „ * ? ' c *7ii. r ? ? ? *u T_ _ ? j liisrdu ut /i-ii ounua.ry, win uo reau with some interest : — , The destruction of bird life in the inland districts of New South Wales has in recent years been enormous. One may travel miles through the settled country without seeing any of the birds which were at one time most conspicuous in the forests. It has been taken for granted that the whole sale annihilation of the insectivorous species has been due to the indiscrimin ate distribution of poison baits intended for rabbits. No doubti the baits have accounted for many a good friend to man, but it is certain that the removal of the trees from large areas is, to an extent, also responsible. The wisdom of taking out every tree on th...
Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911
MarWs. 31 Tiie following prices are quoted from Sydney for the week : — Butter : — Superfine 90s per cwt ; Seconds 80s to 84s; Pastry 76s to 80s. Cheese: — Prime Loaf 6d to 65 per lb; Good Loaf 5|d to 6d ; Victorian Prime Large 6 d ; Second quality 4|d to 5^d. l^acon: — Choice Sides 7|d per lb; Heavy sides 6|d to 7d ; Flitches light 7d to 7|d ; Heavy 6d to 7d; Bacoa Ham3 lOd ; Double Cloth Hams Is. Eggs : — New Laid Suburban Is 3d to Is 4d per doz.; Railways lOd to Is ; Rivers 9d to 9§d. Bladder Lard 6d per lb ; Bulk Gd Q.M.E. Dripping 5d. Farm Produce: — New Potatoes £7 to £8 per ton ; Onions £4 10s to £5 10s; Lucerne £3 to £3 10s; Bran £4 10s ; Pollard £4 10s ; Prime Maize 3s per bns.
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911
NEWS AND NOTE S. ? v Mr. R. McPacl, Kyogle, has installed milking machines ou bis dairy. * * * A blacksmithins: business, shop, and tools is to let at Wolumla. * * * An English army captain won £200, 000 in a fortnight at Monte Carlo. * ?* # Wji Rixon reports ; fat lambs 10/G, low conditioned aged working bullocks £3/17/6. * * * The Lord mayor of London is al lowed £10,000 per year. * * * 'Killed, 3804; injured, 82,374,' is ? the terrible lecord of railway accidents in the United States in the year ending* June 1910. * * * Seven years ago a Pennsylvania farmer bought a yonng cow for £9. Since then she lias raised seven calves, and a few weeks ago was sold for beef! She weighed 1, 6901b. and brought £21. # & Lang is to fight Sam Laugford for a parse of 3500 sovs. at London Olympia on February 15, and Petty Officer Curran on January 18. * * * A Paris paper understands that tho Pope will shortly authorise the crema tion of the remains of Roman Catholics under certain conditions...
The Gullible Public. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911
The Gullible PuMic. ? « ? Two boulevardiers of Paris tell how they proved the gullibility of the public. They bet a friend 1,000 frances that by inserting three advertisements of three lines each iu the course of a week me) yyuuiu reueive vuu iictuua VYituuub giving any explanation or making any promise to the senders. On a Saturday the following adver tisement appeared : ('Intel igent persons will send 5 francs to such au address.' On the Wednesday the insertion ran : 'Last possible day is Sunday. Send your 5 francs then or refusal.' The third on the following Saturday was: ''All 5 francs posted after to-morrow will be inexorably refused,' By the Sunday morning seventy seven postal orders for 4s each had come in, and the next morning eighty two more arrived. The gullible public Lad sent in not 500 frances, but 795 frances in a week. Having proved their point and won their bet, the two boulevardiers naturally returned the postal orders to the ingenuous senderis.
Fish. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911
Fisfe. Duiuxg Austin Chapman's regime as Minister for Trade and Customs the fishirg industry [received a great filip by the appointment of Mr. Dannevig as the first Australian director of fisbei'iesj and the startiug of trawling 'with the Commonwealth trawler The Endeavour. Mr. Dannevig has made a number of exploratory trips since and his report is a most valuable one, demonstrating 'what could be done in the way of sup plying cheap fish to Australia. A syndicate has been formed in Melbourne to carry out fishing on the lines sug gested by Mr. Dannevig. In 1909 Australians imported 1,700,000 lbs of dried, smoked and tinned bsh, so tliere is plenty of room for Commercial enter prize here. Mr. Austin Chapman states that Mr. Dannevig's exploration shows that there is an excellent field for ocean trawling particularly along the South Coast. Last Tuesday's Melbourne 'Age' states, 'As to what might be done at Eden, Mr. Dannevig has made an estimate that should be tempting enough to any one...
Towamba. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911
TOWAMBA. (From our Correspondent.) The most prominent occurrence in our midst this week is the splendid down fall of rain, which we were beginning to need, although we have had a fair season ; from Thursday morning to this morning, Saturday, we've had 940 points, and it's still raining. The river is flooded, but not enough to interfere with the new bridge under construction, though there's a culvert washed out near the factory on the Towamba to Eden road. Some slight damage to maize crops through the rain and wind, causing it to fall to the ground. The local blacksmithing and wheel right businesss has changed hands once more, Mr. G. J. Dark being the present proprietor, and having procured the service of one of Candelo's best trades men (Mr. Charles McCarthy), we hope to see the business prosper. 14-/] /'ll.
Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911
Sparks from t&e Anvil. Hie who comes up to his own idea of greatness must always have had a very low standard of it in his mind. a # * Satan always rocks the cradle when we sleep at our devotions. S ' * . *? ????.? : By making fin errand to God for others, I have gotten something for. myself. ? - — Rutherford. * * * ? Life is not empty; the germ of endless joy or of endless misery is in it, * * * People seldom improve when they have no better model than themselves to copy from. The lighthouse that trembles in the j tempest, stands because it trembles. — Rev. Dr. W. L. Watkinson. * * ? 'Were I as tall to reach the pole, Or grasp the ocean in my span, I must be measured by my soul. The minds the standard of the man. — Dr. Watts. * £ % If you have not gifts of gold to bestow, donate gems of kind words. * * * We build our own ladders to climb to the sky. ?'' — Ella Wheeler Wilcox. ?3^ ^ A little act of kindness may be a big lump of mat'erial towards building our mansions in the ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911
The 'Globe' says Britain has heard more about Australia siuce the arrival of Sir George Reitl than ever before. * -» * Au extraordinary cricket match was played between Wellington and Orange 12 players aside. The former compiled 248. O range was tben disposed of for three ruus, of which one was i bye. Cooney took 6 wickets for 1 run, and Aarons 5 for 1. Tlie Lord Mayor of Melbourne has stated that he had taken action to have the streets clean ed of all people begging', whet her they Avere blind or could see, whether halt or could walk. Under the present laws, he added, every man and woman could obtain a pension from the Federal Government, and it would apply to the majority of mendicants on the streets of Melbourne. Mendicants were an intolerable nuisance. There is something startling in the thought that Napoleon's pet tortoise who is old enough to have been stroked by !Dr. Johnson and John Wesley, has survived to make his bow to the Duke of Connaught after nearly a century and a th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911
Public Heating. A PUBLIC MEETING- will bo held in the SCHOOL OF ARTS, ?CANDELO, on TUESDAY next (31st inst.) at 7.30, for the purpose of discussing tlie matter of forniius' a GYMNASIUM & DEBATING SOCIETY in Candelo. A large attendance is requested. EEV. N. W. GARDINER, MR. T. ROBERTSON, Conveners. CANDELO LIBERAL & REFORM ASSOCIATION. THE Annual Meeting of the abova Associa tion will be held at the QUEEN'S HOTEL on WEDNESDAY EVENING next at S o'clock p.m. BUSINESS — Election of Officers, Adop tion of Report and Balance S'lieet. And transact any other business in accordance with the constitution. A large attendance is requested. J. BRITTEN, Secretary. Public Thasks, I HEREBY beg to express my sincere thanks to tho HON. AUSTIN CHAP MAN for his successful exertions on behalf of MRS. M'CAFFERY, by obtaining free aid for her . in the SYDNEY HOSPITAL during her recent ilhiess. MRS. M'CAFF ERY and I are most deeply grateful, as this is the second time we have received gratu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911
ATTACKED WHILE WORKING. ' While at my work one morniDg, I was attacked with severe griping pains in the stomach,' writes Mr. David Howard, Sale, Vic. 'I tried Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and am pleased to say that it cured me in a few minutes, Sii.cc then I have had several attacks, and have always used Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy with good resultB.' Sold by all dealers in medi cines.
Moruga Handicaps. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911
M@sip liiiicips. Opening — Elouera 9.6, Stitcliin Time 9.7, Selah 9.3, Merviel 9.0, War sprint 8.8, Brown Bird 8.7, Goldfinch 7.2, Bracadale (late Belmont) 6.7. Moruya Cup. — Merei 9.8, Jibe 9.6, Hulbrook 9.1, Elouen 8.11, Stitch111 Time 8.9, Selah 8.7, Rhoebus 8.4, Merveil8 4, Outbreak 8.0, Warsprint 7.12, Ruby Black 7.7, Yellow Aster 7.3, Olive Green 7.1, Pagoda 7.1, Romance 6.13, Hostility 6.7. Hurdle Race. — Dollar Bill 10.12, Phrixus 10.0, Prose 9.12, Pagoda 9.10, Yellow Aster 9.10, Sil'klaud .'.4, Rustenberg 9.8, Wee Clyde (late Merriwee) 9.0. * Town Plate. — Merei 9.9, Jibe 9.7, Hulbrook 9.2, Elouera 8.12, Stitchin Time 8.10, Selah 8.b, Rhoebus 8.5. Meiveil 8.5, Outbreak S.l, Warsprint 7.13, Ruby Black 7.8. Yellow Aster 7.4, Olive Green 7.2, Romance 7.0, Hostility 69, Bracadale 6 7.