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The Colonel on the Ranch. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Tie £®fnel m tie Ranch. Col. Theodore Roosevelt is a humour ist. When confronted by the stock growers at Denver he told some storie8 of his life upon the plains which were from the top shelf. He said it struck him as a little strange one day to be on a cow ranch in the centre cf 10,000 cows and still be using condensed milk to mitigate his coffee. He talked this matter over with his foreman, aud after a good deal of thought, the foreman spoke about a blue-roan cow which he opined would surely be a good milk animal under right conditions. That's nob what cows are for, ont on the range, but this blue-roan, he thought, did actually secrete real milk. ' So we de-ci-dod,' said the Colonel » with his sharp, inciuive utterance, ' to go and get that bine-roan cow. We took along three of our best men with the lariat. After a most strenuous day we located that blus-roan cow and held her in location with four ropes. This was at sunup. ' Shortly afterwards sha was on her back in a large swamp, ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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A POLICE-COURT ROMEO. Continued from Page 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911

\ POLICE-COURT SOME®. Continued from Page G. Aud Davis suddenly turned and pointed at Amelia Joyce, whose face flamed to the hue of the fiery flowers nti her wonderful hat. Astonishment is the only word to express the state into which the spectators were thrown. This testimony from Tom Davis waa so different from anything they had expected that they didn't know what to think, what to say, but could only stare at. him in befogged amassment. The magistrate was interested, touched, amused. He said : ' Go on, Davis ; Miss Joyce is worthy of all you say of her.' The prisouer turned, after directing a look at the girl's downcast face. 'Well, judge, it happened one day that Biil Joyce had his kid out in a new baby-carriage, kind of showing it and the kid off together along the street. It was a Sunday, and me father liad me out, too. I was about four years old. 'Melia was two, and not able to walk much. I was a pretty tough kid, I guess I \can't deny that, and always running away andjgettin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911

A Paper for the People. jaflUtlU'l'l! ifc'tOrtl aiul ^tetis^r. \ Printed at Candelo. Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. Stands for 7 10 Pcorty, but for Principles. Panders to no class, clique, or corporation .. Lives and labours for Truth, for the best interests of tlie community, and for the highest good of the people. - Caters for all tastes 'and temperaments and times, and lias . Representatives in all important centres in the Electorate. Aims to be an educational force, a social bond, a moral in fluence, an up-lifting power in the community. Claims to be clean, reliable, outspoken, useful, interesting, up-to-date, ancl alive to the requirements of its readers. Hopes and strives to be worthy of the patronage of every home within reach of its influence and the benefits it bestows. Expects to receive all the support it earns. Tlie Subscription to tins Journal is -£1 pes? aaaum, We give Great DISCOUNT for all ADVANCE PAYMENTS. send us fourteen ...

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BEGA v. COOMA. Cooma, first innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911

BEGA v. COOMA. Cooma, first innings. Dr. Cowlishaw, c sub, b Warren ... 4 Wilson, b Garrett ... ... .... 13 W. Curtis, b Garrett ... ... 9 E. Goodwin, b Warren ... ... 4 C. Dawson, c Collins, b Garrett ... 2 F. Shoobert, st W. Wren, b Warren 0 R. W. McAlpine, Ibw, Warren ... 0 S. Goodwin, b Garrett ... ... 0 J. McLennan, not out ... ... 0 B. Broadhead, b Garrett ... ... 1 Ferarie, absent ... ... ... 0 Sundried ... ... ... 4 37 Bowling — Garrett 5 for 20, Warren 4 for 13. Bega, first innings. Gan.ett, c Wallis, b Goodwin ... 60 W. Wren, Cowlishaw, b Goodwin... 20 W. Collins, b McLennan ... ... 17 Robinson, b Goodwin ... ... 7 H. Wren, b Goodwin ... ... 3 Tarlinton, b McLennan ... ... 5 E. Collins, b McLennan ... ... 2 R. Warren, not out ... ... ... 14 C. Wren, b McLennan ... ... 5 McKay, c Dawson, b McLennan ... 24 Sundries ... ... ... 13 170 Bowling — McAlpine 0 for 27, Broad head 0 for 16, E. Goodwin 4 for 62, Dr. Cowlishaw 0 for 25, McLennan 5 for 14, Dawson 0 for 7. Cooma, second...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911

? J pi I \ 1 * tM ' i § )1prjN M ^ Jk fep 1 J% 1 .. 'ft fjfsi - J„ Ja liflials Prize Saddie and Harness Maker, Sharp Street, Candelo, iX thanking his numerous customers for their past liberal patronage, bogs to in timate that he always has on hand -A LARGE STOCK OF SADDLERY and HA R-N ESS and ail requisites in ccnnDctic: with the trade. Repairs neatly and promptly executed. Place your orders with him and he guarantees to give you satisfaction. pLA CKSMIiHINGr NOTICE ypH i|^is g) Wheel wriglit and G eneral Blacksmith, NEAR TRAFFIC BRIDGE, CANDELO Whcelwrighting and Blacksmithing id their various branches carried on on th premises. Eepairs neatly and promplty ex ecuted. HORSESHOEING a Speciality 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, Kameruka. ft pn f fi isff ezi 4a W ? O KGS TO ANNOUNCE SHE HAS OPEN' O ED AN UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE, CORNER OF PAMBULA AND WILLIAM...

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Thinp in General. I ? ^ ? ? ? , :CS0i39 16s 2d is the successful I tenderer's figure for improvements to I Ik' magni wharf. j ^'esssis. Richai'dson and Wrench held n auction sale at Lithgow last Saturday j of ten business sites, portion of the I Ksk'oank Estate subdivision. Two brought £11 a foot — £GG0 ; one brought 10 guineas a foot — £315; and the re mainder were reserved for private ue iSigotiatiou. '? 3 * * a Irish blight is still spreading through the- potato-growing areas, Vic., but many important centres are still unaffected, and it' is hoped that by spraying they will be saved from losses iy blight. Thirty-four districts have now been quarantined, new additions to the list being Tallangatta and Oolougnlac, where the inspectoi-s have found blight in the crops. t -k =& During last week's heavy raius, one of Petersen and Gjerstrnp's motor cars had a pretty rough trip from Bega to Cooma. That popular driver, 'Charlie' t Ayers, says that at one place the water on the roa...

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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Markets. Butter : — Superfine 90s per cwt ; Sec onds 80s to 84s ; Pastry 7(3s to 80s. Cheese: — Primo Loaf Gd to 6|d per lb ; Good Loaf 5|d to 6d ; Victorian Prime Large Gd ; Second quality 44d to 5§d. Bacon : — Choice Sides 7^d per lb ; Heavy Sides Gid to 7 d ; Flitches light 7d to 7|d ; Heavy Gd to 7d ; Bacon Hams 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 Gd per lb; Bulk Gd ; Q.M.E. Dripping -5d. Farm Produce : — New Potatoes £7 to £8 per ton ; Onions £4 10s to £6 10s ; Lucerne £3 to £3 10s ; Bran £4 10s ; Pollard £4 10s ; Prime Maize 3s per bus.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Tsilnislifieiwc A lunatic at Vienna swallowed J.* spoons weighing 2flbs. An opera ion was performed and the spoons were axtracted. The man is recovering. # * * Three negroes, one charged with murder, one with assault, and the third inenifi n cf ti white srirl. were taken uut of gaol by a mob at Shelbyville, 1 Kentucky, and lynched. * * * A special correspondent of a Sydney daily says farms on the Clarence, which ^ were originally purchased for £-- per ^ acre, are now worth from £40 to £50 ( an acre. * * . . Mr. C. Johnson, jnr., was riding across a flooded creek at Eurobodalla i on Friday, when his mount was washed off his feet. In making for the bank 1 the horse became entangled in some wire on the culvert approach and was drowned. Mr. Johnson had a narrow escape from a similar fate. * * Mr. Hoi man states thit he will urge the people not to accept the ameudment of the Federal Constitution that will enable the Commonwealth gradually to absorb the most important of tho State's legis...

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Towamba. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911

TOWAMBA (From our Correspondent.) My last to you consisted of rainy topics. The rain continued well into this week, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday being beautifully fine. Saturday evening in clined to be showery. Upwards of 11 inches of rain were registered in all. With the approaching shire election we have in our midst some of the pros pective candidates. Councillor Alex ander of C. riding, Imlay Shire, addressed a fair audience in the local hall last night, and in a short but com prehensive, speech explained what the Couucil has been doing, which appeared to me, and, I think, to most fair minded citizens, that the Councillor in question is a non-talkative but a practical man. Mr. Geo. Keys and Mr. Jas. Morgan, who are both contesting the riding as candidates, each in turn addressed the rate-payers, and were received with quite an amount of enthusiasm. Preparations for the coming races are in evidence. We see some local steeds looking fit and fine. The races take place on February...

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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Feferal Correspondence. The Postmaster-General advises the Hon. Austin Chapman as follows : — I have to intimate that a communi cation has been received at this office from Messrs R. P. Alexander, A. J. Alexander, H. H. Alexander, S. L. Smith, J. H. Hetherington, and other residents of (jenoa, Mallacota and Wangreabelle, forwarding a petition, objecting to the suggested alteration in the Time-table of the Eden-Genoa Mail Service. The matter will receive consideration and a further letter will be addressed to you when a decision has been arrived at. With reference to previous corres- pondence regarding your desire to be advised of the result of the call for tenders for certain mail services in New South Wales. I beg to inform you approval has been given for the accept- ance of the tender of Henry G. Hammond, of Candelo, at £61 per annum, for a once weekly service be- tween Cathcart, Tantawanglo and   Candelo for one year from the 1st instant. The Deputy Postmaster-Geneia...

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Women on the Land [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Wonei on the LaM 'Can a woman go on the land on her own ?' is a qaestion is that often quite hotly debated — at any rate iu town. We talk about it, bat don't do it. However, two Englishwomen have made a good start up Glen Innes way by working a small farm without any assistance except such as they can hiro by the day. Miss Brace and Miss Alcock, two well-born aud welleducat ed women, are the experimenters. They have been over a year in the district now, and lately had a public welcome at the township on their return from a short trip to England. They say they are perfectly satisfied with their venture so far as it has gone. Also, they are never tired of extolling New Sonth Wales, and when they were iu England they did much honorary advertising, (which, after all, is the best kind of advertising) by telling all their friends what a splendid country is Australia. These two ladies come from 'the Shires,' from a fox-hunting, hard ridiiig set, aud judging by results they are just, the sc...

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Never Trouble Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Never Trouble Trouble. It's best not to worry when troubles begin — Why make such a burden of sorrow? It's woe, to be sure, if the spirit gives in. And the clouds may have gone by to morrow. Face trouble as tho it were only a joke Or, at worst, but a beautiful riddle. Don't meet it as tho' you were going to croak, With a face that's as long as a fiddle! It's best not to worry, whatever yonr load. For worry won't help yon to bear it. Just laugh and be merry, and sorrow ' be blowed !' You'll feel all the better, I'll swear it ! There's always the comfort, whatever your care, To know that it might have been greater ; So think of it all as a trifling affair, That won't be in evidence later. It's best not to worry, whatever your grief ; The world will be lighter and brighter. We've all got our troubles, and worry's a thief That steals all the pluclc from a fighter. Have nothing to do with a rascal like that, But smile in your moments of sorrow; And pleasure will sit where the sorrow has ...

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Apparent Failure. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Apparent Failure. Remember Christ upon the Cross ; did he not seem to fail ? Never yet was great success but it commenced in failure. Smoke is first, and then the flame, and chaos before cosmos ; Night preceded day : it is written, the evening and the morning; Seeds lie long in darkness aud their flowering is not yet ; Only strive, only deserve, and fear not | thou a failure ; Courage and constancy be thine, and thine shall be success. — Martin Tupper.

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The Heights. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Tfte Heights. ? ♦ ? I cried, 'Dear Angel, lead me to the Heights, And spur me to the top.' The Angels answered, 'Stop, And set thy house in order; make it fair For absent ones, who may be speediug there; Then will we talk of heights.' j I put my house in order. 'jSTow lead on !' The Angels said, 'Not yet ; The garden is beset By thorns and tares: go weed it, so .all those Who come to gaze may find the unvesed rose ; Then will we journey on.' I weeded well my garden. 'All is done The Angel shook his head. ' A beggar stands,' be said, 'Outside thy gates ; till thou hast given heed Aud soothed his sorrow, and supplied his need, Say not that all is done.' The beggar left me singing ; Now at List — At last the path is clear.' 'Nay, there is one draws near Who seeks, like thee, the difficult high way : He lacks the courage ; cheer him thro' the day, Then will we cry, ' At last.' ' I helped my weaker brother. ' Now the heights — . Oh, guide me, Angel, Guide !' The Presence at my side, With...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

' Spurns from tfce Anvil. ^ Act! be merciful and gentle, honest : force thyself to abound in little ser vices ; try to do good to others ; be irne to the duty that thou kuowest. , That must be right, whatever else is uncertain. — F. W. Robertson. J w « ?«. ' Everything good is ou the highway. The great gifts are not by analysis. : — Emerson. ! 45= ® - * The plant grows in the mist and I under clouds as truly as tinder sun i shine. So does the heavenly principle J 'within. j — Cbanning. 4. * # In order to love mankind, expect but ^ little from them. I — Lord Lytton. S * * % Yes, here in this poor liampei'ed ^ Actual wherein thou even now standest, 1c here or nowhere is thy ideal. J\ — Carlyle. s * * * ^ Oar whole life is bat a day repeated. ~ —Bishop Hall. TJ? -ff - The deep rivers pay a larger tribute i : to the sea than shallow brooks, and yet i empty themselves with less noise, si — W. Seeker. I seek no thorns, and I catch the J email joys. If the door is low I stoop down. If I ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Insect Bite Caused Poisoned Foot. ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURB BY ZAM-BUK AFTER HOSPITAL TREATMENT FAILED. The grave danger of neglecting insect bites illustrated by the case of Mr. W. J. McGee, of 236 Wright St., Adelaide. S.A., who says: — 'I suffered agony from a poisoned foot. I think the trouble was first caused by an insect bite between the toes, which became inflamed and worked up to the instep, then developed into a very big abscess. Treating the wound with various ap plications, I did not get any benefit, so I weni, to the hospital. There they poulticed my foot for eight days, and during the whole of ihis time I could not get any sleep as the pain was so terrible. I could not even put my foot to the floor without it going black, and I had to lie up, not being able to move. The ti'eatment here did not bring the desired effect, nor, in fact, did any~ of the other treatments I eventually tried. I even had leeches put to the affected part, but they did not do any good. 'One day I car...

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House-Building. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

House-Bulling. A writer in an exchange, re f erring to the difficulty of ob taining comfortable houses, says ' there should be a fortune waiting for the enterprising city builder who will break away from the conventional, stupid plan, and, after con sulting some practical house keeping woman, build cottagcs with wide verandahs, airy rooms and plenty of cupboards. Sun v-., shine, fresh air, and a saving of ^labor are the three essentials to 'the happiness and health of the modern family ; but they are just the three tilings which the ' average builder refuses to give us. It is time women took a hand in the matter.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

A Paper for the People . ? ami Printed at Candelo. Issued every SATURDAY ? Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. Stands for no Party, bict forPrinciples. Panders to no class, clique, or corporation Lives and labours for Truth, for the best interests of the community, and for the highest good of the people. Caters for all tastes and temperaments and times, and has Representatives in all important centres in the Electorate. Aims to be. an educational force, a social bond,-, a moral in fluence, an up-lifting power in the community. Claims to be clean, reliable, outspoken, useful, interesting, up-to-date, and alive to the requirements of its readers. Hopes and strives to be worthy of the patronage : of every home within reach of its influence and thej benefits it bestows. Expects to receive all the support it earns. The Subscription to this Journal is -£1 per annum, kTTT We give Great DISCOUNT for ail fir™® ? ADVANCE PAYMENTS. 5 ? ? ? ? _ SCfll IIS FOURTEEN SilLUNffiS, Will piF ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Glorious© I RONISCH PIANOS 1 - J are famous s»ig£lfo.t tSfcs?©usg£lfe©*afc tl^e musical wo2*lo3 fos6 1 ? M tfaeis* pure tosae» sSellgl^tful to«cl^ great dtaralbility. ^ ITS^ey are Ibtsilt fey experts of life-lortg 'traiE&ir&gj, as^«2 M H every iHaclta of material lasesS irs. tS^eis* cos^striadtioEi is . H i\ of tl^e very feest quality obftaiEialsie. M | We gitaarajatee tlaem to give satisfadtiora. i I Catalogue aiad price list, sS^swing easy terms, free on application. j - I Wo Ho PALING CO., Ltd. S S3S GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. C/A. Green, Local Ag-ent.

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Electricity V. Chloroform [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Eleclricit! v. Chloroform Electricity is talked of in 'Prance as likely to replace chloroform and the other anaes thetics at present employed in surgery. In a memorable ex perience, Avhich was not with out heroism, Proressor JLedue, of Nantes, stretched on' the operating table, applied two electrodes to his head and his feet, and one of his pupils al lowed an electric current to pass slowly through his body. Little by little the doctor be came insensible. The first ex perience of ' the electric sleep ' was not repeated. But partial insensibility has been tried in the case of a young Austrian who entered the Hospital of St. Prancis, New York. The patient w;is suffering from in i ury to a foot and a hand, com plicated with gangrene, and the - doctors decided to amputate four fingers and two toes. The well-knoAvn woman doctor, Miss Biobinovitch, proposed to try electricity to produce insensi bility in the limbs, and this was .accepted. - The electrodes were first fixed on the right foo...

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