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The Democrats. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Tlie Demerols. ? « ? The policy of tho Democratic Party was enunciated in the Randwick Town Hall on Tuesday night by the leader Mr. David Storey, M.L.A. Tho hall was crowded, and the meeting was of a sympathetic nature. Some of the people present, Mr. Storey said, would want to know why the Democratic Party was formed. Well, he would tell them. There was a necessity for such a party, because the Liberal Party had become too conservative, and the Labor Party had become too tyrannical. Democracy which was now new to them, meant the widest personal freedom, by which each man had the liberty and responsibility of shaping his own career. The mem bers of the democratic Party did not hold with the machine-made politics of either side of the other parties, and already there were signs of men wishful to rid themselves of both Labor and Liberal shackles, and anxious to join the party. If they were to have a free Par. liament, it was necessary to have a free people, with freedom of choice in s...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Vomiting And Headache. ? ♦ ? ' YEARS OF MISERY CAUSED BY INDIGESTION AND BILIOUSNESS. Bile Beans Bring Good Health. Ailing housewives will find a true friend in Si'e Beans. Mr. George Peters, Mackenzie Country. South Canterbury, N.Z., sa}'s : — ''For a number of years my wife suffered severely from biliousness aud indigest ion, accompanied by vomiting and sick headaches. At times she became so prostrated that she was unable to per form he.' household duties, and often found it impossible to retain food. About twelve months ago, acting on the advice of friends, she gave Bile Beaut a trial. She had previously tried various remedies without any good re sults, and 'obtaining no relief whatever until she look Bile Beaus. This splen did medicine soon banished the vomit ing and headache, aud in a short time completely cured the biliousness and indigestion. Now she enjoys good health. We have adopted Bile Beans as our family medicine, aud always keep a box handy. Should any in dication of b...

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Show Dates. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Sltow Dates. ? ? ? 9 ? FEBRUARY. Candelo 22 and 23. MARCH. Bega 1, 2 & 3. Braid wood 1 aud 2. Orbost (Vic.) 2. Bombala 8 and 2. Tilba Tilba 8 and 2. Delegate 15. Cobargo 15 and 16. Eden 16 aud 17. Bemboka 22 aud 23. APRIL. Cooma 5 aud 6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

1 Ml! he. found - - | 1 'A Drink to be 1 | §ra!eful for' i. I HEALTHFUL, p I llWIftW&TMG $ 1 ' S ? FOUL The old saying that ' Distance lends en chantment' was never more aptly to the point- than when applied to those people whose breath is laden with evil-smelling and offensive odours. Many persons ap pear most attractive at a distance, but ? xtj-, — i — . — r — r.-n.-cci produce a feel L,VEP- =» ingof pity and : F disgust when ?: ! 8 close to, be I (\ ! cause _ of the /i t condition of* I their _ breath. l;°r instance, it makes little difference how #W beautiful a Sir7;, * woman may be or how charm k'\ -v.--'' ;ng her man ner, if her wfifci. !';V V'v v*'..ji£ breath is foul ; her charm is A gone, and she ^ is at a disad vantage when ever she comes into contactwith other people. Foul breath in woman arouses in man a feeling of repugnance and the desire to get out of the company of such a woman as quickly as possible : and even women will avoid her. It is, therefore, importan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Pimples Developed into Festering Sores. ? « ? ? CHILD'S ARM COVERED WITH ITCHING INFLAMATION. A Mother's Gratitude to Zam-Buk. Mrs. J. Minton, residing at corner of Botany Rd. and King St., North Bot any, Sydney says: — 'Nasty sores broke out on the right arm of my little girl, Minnie. These sores first started as pimples, which broke and spread, and developed to large festered sores. The arm was swollen up enormously, and in a terrible state. The irritation from the itching aud iuflamation was dread ful. For three months we experiment ed with ordinary remedies, which did no good, then we commenced using Zam-Buk. The first few applications of this balm had a very soothing effect. The swelling and iuflamation gradually disappeared and all bad matter was drawn out of the sores. By persever ing with Zam-Buk all disease was banished and a new healthy skin ap peared over the once diseased area, Her father thought it would be a case for hospital treatment, bu+ thanks to the wonderful heal...

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Wreck at Green cape. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

[?] The scene of the memorable Lyee tuoon disaster of nearly a quarter of a century ago, was the fateful spot of another wreck on Monday. Mcllraifh and McLachern s (Melbourne line) steatnership New Guinea, of 2000 tons, bound from Melbourne to Sydney, w/.s enveioped in a fog, which, after ti::* vessel had safely passed Gabo Island, became so dense as to make it impos sible to see but a few yards from the ship. The result was that she crashed on the rocks fit noon. All hands took to the boats, and picked up shortly after by Allen's launch and takfeu to Eden. I he vessel carried 1500 tons of cargo. Foi a time she hung high and dry, Ai:d a nope was entertained that some cargo might be salved, of the vessel refloated, the sea being quite smooth.. Later news, however, told that only the bridge of the wrecked ship was visible,, the rest being under water. Shestruck very near the spot where the Lyee moou weut down.

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Eden Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Eden Pastures Pr®t« Siw Mrc ? ? — v ? At the monthly meeting of the above held on Tuesday, the following were present: — Messrs. T. Cochrane (cbair)r C. Parbery, D, Tarlinton, W. Hasling den, W. Hauscombe, Geo. Keys, T.J. Kelly, J. A. Gordon, C. O. Furness (stock inspector), F. Rowe (assistant rabbit inspector), and W. A. Zinge^ (secretary.) The Carcoar P. P. Board wrote asking for assistance in defraying cofit of a test case to compel tbe Railway Commissioners to destroy rabbits on the railway line between Carcoar and Cowra. It was decided not to co operate as there was no railway in the district. Wagga Board asked for co-operation in establishing a fund for offering a reward for the production of the most suitable non-inflammable rabbit poison. No action was taken in the matter. The Cobar Board asked for cooper ation in the following resolution : 'That in the opinion of this Board, thepoition of the P. P. Act relatingjlto branding be amended, aud that ear marking be compulsory and...

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Cathcart. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

calhcflrt. [B^rom our Correspondent]. Master Louis Gerathy left last Satur day for Sydney. He has received an appointment in the London Bank of Australia. The bazaar in aid of C. of E. Funds, was held on Wednesday, Sth iust., and was a 'great success financially. The sum of £41 was netted. This, speaks well for -the liberality of. Cathcart people. The adjourned meeting of farmers was held ttin the School of Arts on Wednesday afternoon, Sth inst., for the purpose of forming a branch of the F. aud S. Association. Mr. J. McCoy was elected President, and Mr. C. Solomon Secretary. 19 farmers joined the Association. Suppliers to the local factory were paid 8d per lb. nett for butter for last mouth. Manufacturing expenses amounted to Is |d per lb. There was a falling off of about 2000!bs. of butter for the month, as compared with previous months. The continued wet weather has ruined many of the hay crops. 15/2/'ll.

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

News and Notes. Owing to wet weather tbe fourth test match was postponed. % 3:- Entries close for Candelo Show at 8 p.m. to-day Saturday. # * * Mk. W. Frazer's fine race mare, Stich-iu-time, took first prize for best - blood mare at Mortiya show. # * * ...... Several light showers during the week. Rain is now a most common thing iu these parts. # # ^ The Magnet editor, Mr. Leo Sheehy, and Miss Florence O'Hare, of Curra ?wong, were married ou Tuesday. We wish the couple joy. # . * * Mr. 0. Bright has secured the. .right of the publican's booth at the Show nest week. # # * Candelo Show ou Wednesday and Thursday next. ife & Ashton's Circus and, the Archeij Dramatic Co. will perform ou Show nights. ? , ? * #?. * Mr. Percy Henwood, who has been drivings Kameruka teams for miauy years has taken his departure for Syd ney. BegvA J-C. will hold an autumn race . meeting the day after the annual show. * * * / The Towomba Race Meeting was postponed from 9th February to 9th March. Nomina...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Geieral News. An excited debate took place at the Labor Conference cn Saturday with regard to the method of selecting Labor Ministeries. Finally selection by Caucus was made the rule. * # # A wireless message has been received at San Francisco from the steamer Korea, when 4492 miles at sea. This is jlaimed as a world's record. * # * The stoppage of Indian labor in South Africa has resulted iu the doubling of the wages of Kaffirs, and 50 per cent increase in pay to coolies on Natal sugar plantations. =* * * The police stopped the fight between Gorrie aud Jennings at the Athletic Club, Melbourne, on Monday night, owing to the latter during the six rounds the contest lasted being simply a chapping block for the former, who was proclaimed the victor. There was a scene of great disorder at the Labor Conference on Monday night. Mr. J. C. Watson moved that the police be sent for, but his advice was not acted upon. m * =$ Forty children were stricken with ptomaine poisoning at Nowra aftei e...

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CURRENT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

CURRENT TOPICS. According to Mi. Inglia's (rabbit ex perl) setting of the Tinned Rabbit. case, tbe man who spends hundreds of pounds and tons of worry, thinking, poisoning, fumigating, and fencing the rabbit problem, is the balliesfc of bally fools. If Mr. Inglis is right (and we are not going to say he isn't, for if experience counts be ought to know whereof be speaks) we shouldn't worry over Brer Rabbit but rejoice over him, not fumigate but feed him, not poison but pet bim, not fence bim out but tin him in. But though this expert makes out more than a good case on paper, as will be seen by a report on this page, estimates have a very uasty habit of working out tail up in actual practice. Still we can see no reason why tbe pro posed rabbit factory should not exceed estimates. Judging by the enthusiastic support being accorded tbe movement everywhere that the project has been exhaustively explained, the people seem to be confident of its success. Skilfully managed, and blessed with...

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Holman's Attitude. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Hdlnsa's Attitile. ? a King O'Malley was asked the other day what he thought of the attitude of Mr. Hoi man the Attorney-General, regarding the referenda proposals. Mr. O'Malley, in reply, said Mr. Holman was as free as any other man' and if he felt like taking the stump ou it was at liberty to do so. 'The ouly thing about his action,' he said 'is that others in the front of the Labor move ment think it bad policy on Mr. Hol man's part.' . An iuterjcctor said : 'Mr. Holman is a traitor.' Mr. O'Malley: Mr. Eolman is a clever, conscientious man. The trouble with Mr. Holman is that lie suffers from an intellectual kink i nj the stomach. The fight to-day is between the rights of the people on one side, and the fright of property on the other.'

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Rabbit Canning. AN EXPERT SPEAKS AT CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

IPS Ml Ciiriig. AN EXPERT SPEAKS AT CANDELO. A fair number assembled at the Queen s Hotel ou Tuesday night to hear Mr. Robert Inglis, of Victoria, on tho ques tion of rabbit canning. Cr. Geo. Keys is accompanying aud introducing Mr. Inglis to tbe district, aud it is expected that the tour of these gentlemen will give the canning movement in southern districts the required impetus. The movement is not a new one, having been started about two years ago, but eventually falling to the ground, owing partly to the fact that the then pio- I moters were minus practical experience of tbe business. In this regard, how ever, Mr. Inglis is in a position to inspire confidence, being an expert invited over from Victoria by Mr. Hut chinson and Cr. Keys, who after ob taining information recently revived the matter. Mr. Inglis stated that he had been engaged in the business of rabbit canning for export for 25 years. He said that the Loudon market was open for almost unlimited quantities of this prod...

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Delegate. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Delegate. (From our Correspondent.) ?On Wednesday afternoon last, bavin' been invitori by Messrs. Goodman and Sous to visit their Sawmills at Hay den's Bog, and which has again been ?opened by tlu-ni. a party of about 20 gentlemen assembled in front of their risiuonce in readiness for the coach, ?which was to convey them to their :l srinatiou. The party arrived at the 'j!)! i:t about half .past three, and after rpo-i.Vn: ? some time looking at the Jhiereni workings of the machinery all adjourned to where Messrs. Goodman ami Sons had afternoon tea and cakes set out for the' occasion. After par talcing of the good things provided, the machinery was again set iu motion and watched with interest for some con siderable time. At about six o'clock a start was made for home, all being pleased with an enjoyable day's outing. Quite a mild seusatiou was caused on Sunday afternoon last through a run away pony aud sulky driven by Miss Deeney. It appears that while driving through the street, the...

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Imlay Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

[?] ? q ? I.ai lay Shire Council met at Eden ou Friday last. Preseut: Crs. Baddeley, Cochrane, Collins, Porter, Keys, and Alexauder. The president's allowance was fixed at £50 a year. Cr. Baddeley was unanimously re elected president for a further term. The new President returned thanks, and also welcomed the new Councillors, Messrs. Keys and Porter. It wis decided to inform the owners of motor cars that the number issued by the police would be inserted in the license issued to ply within tlie shire, but that the letter 'I' must be prefixed and properly painted on the cars. Notice of motion was given to move atjnext meeting that steps be taken to purchase a road makiug plant. Constable Loonies was appointed an inspector under the Cattle Slaughfcer mgj ana uiseasea iiuimais ana iueat Aot. The matter of a well at Merimbula is to be further inquired into. Repairs were directed to be effected to road froru Gulden's to South Wolum la factory. p]sti mates of income and expenditure were pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

J. HOLZHAUSER, » j | ® I H S CANDELO. HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY. tggT Workmanship left to the Public's Own Judgment. Business Men,! ! ' CAST 101 BREAD UPON THE WATERS' It will surely return to you. Display your NAME and your STOCK in an attractive advertisement in the pases of the SOUTHERN RECORD. 4* IT WILL FAY YOU. All advertisements set in the most effective style.] ALL RATES ARE REASONABLE , tllEADEB. ! Patronise the Printers who live in your ^ midst for the protection of your interests and the en hancement of the well-being of the town and district. THE SOUTHERN RECORD. ? ~»si i« alius i» ki# POR CASH. ALL Summer Drapery MUST BE CLEARED. Light and Coloured Prints, all of which will wash aud retain | their colors, reduced from 4s 9d doz to 3s lid doz. Light and Colored CAMBRICS, all good patterns, from 7s 6d to 6s 9d. Ditto, from 6s lid to 6s 3d. BISHOP LAWN, from 10/6 to 9/6, ditto, from 8/6 to 7/6. ROBE MUSLIN, reduced from 12s to 10s 6d. NANZOOK MUSLIN, reduced from 10s 6d to ...

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Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

[?] A'sojjewuat serious and exciting acci dent happened a few miles from Wyn dham on Sunday last. Front informa tion to hand, it seems that a travelling representative of Messrs Gardiner and Co., of Svdnev, driven in a four horse coach, met Mr. W. Davis, of Caflicart, en route to Fambula with his wife and family in a buggy, with a saddled pony tied behind. The flapping of the saddle frighted the horses of the coach, which suddenly swung I'ound, breaking the pole. The traveller sprang from the coach, but his driver kept the reins. The four-in-hand then bolted down the hill, passing the buggy so dangerously near that Mis Davis fainted and drop ped the baby she was holding, which was, happily, uninjured. A little further on the coach turned turtle, the horses getting bidly .mixed, and con siderably knocked about. The only injury to humans, however, was a pair of sprained ankles for the driver.

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Australia's Women. ARE THEY LIKE THIS ? [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

; Australia's women. ARE THEY LIKE THIS ? 'The Australiau -woman should head any list of Australia's precious pi;y ducts' (writes Beatrice Tracey in addressing English readers through the ibiFira: Magazine), 'even when that list is compiled by a commercially minded man. Sometimes one hears rash criticisms diiected against her frivolity, her nndomestic tendencies, her lack of gentlo womanliness, Such criticisms come as a rule from super ficial observers, foreigners at- that' whose standard of appraisement are based upon the prejudices formed in older countries. 'It is true that one cannot claim that Australian 'women possess quite that genius for orderly housekeeping 'which distinguishes a majority of English women; nor deny that they have a habit of pleasure seekiug that in England is counted a little undomestic. And though the Australian woman does not lack 'womanliness, her most affect ionate admirer could not describe her as being of the 'gentle' sort. But that is natural : new c...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

e®si«i News. ? $ ? On Saturday last Alick Wivkbant created a new world's swimming r^i'ord by swimmiug 100yds (breast strotf?-iu' 1 ifiiu 13 2-5 sees. # i« * It was stated at the inqnest regard--' ing the Turramurra explosion that Miv G. B. Edwards, M.H.R., loft properly worth between £G0,000 and £70,000. * # * A deputation of retired railway ser vants asked the Premier for a retiring allowance of a month's pay for eacli year of service. Mr. McGowen was sympathetic but made no promise. -S & Sf While a policeman was arresting a youth in Paris for pissing counterfeit coins, the youth shot his captor dead, and then committed suicide. * * * The will of Dr. Hawley Crippen — who was hanged for the murder of his wife — has been proved at £268, which is bequeathed to Miss Ethel Le Neve. & # & At Wyalong last week, John Wilson was fined for disposing of a horse by means of a game of chance, to wit, a raffle. ?* # # A. white fox was seen recently at Mittagong by some sh...

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Mixed Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

MlMfl items. ? V ? : ? Coloual Ryrie has been recommended for selection at the Liberal candidate for North Sydney by the local Electoral Council. Mr. E. M. Clark has decided his intention of contesting the North Sydney bye-election. * * v NO DOUBT ABOUT IT. There is no doubt about the curative properties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which is the best, safest and most reliable cough medicine you can take. For harsh, hard, chronic coughs it is a splendid cure. Easily taken, and it quickly relieves and cures the most obstinate cases. * * * Abnormal heat is being experienced thoughout Cape Colony, the temperature reaching 115 in the shade. Ostriches, animals, and bees are dying, and native children have succumbed. * * * HEADACHE. Headache is not an ailment — it is a symptom ; an indication of some con stitutonal derangement elsewhare, and it should be treated, not with a head ache care, but with Chamberlain's Tablets. Constipation, biliousness, trepid liver all cause sick headache, an...

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