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The Gril Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

[?] The Chevaliers of St. George recently met in Moscow. In the gathering was a young lady, plainly dressed, bearing upon her breast, the military cross of St. George and the Russo-Japanese medal. The lady is Mdlle. Heina Wassillewna Kritzy. When she was 17 vt-ars' nlrl kIir was SO disfi'GKSfirl n w'hat she heard about the sufferings of the soldiers fighting for their country that she determined to flee from her father's house, and b}r some- means, not explained in the Paris contemporary to which we are indebted for the ..sfcpry,; she managed to get to Manchuria. ? She1 at first served as a nurse, but this mode of life did not snit her. She wished (o take part in the fighting. Mdlle. Heina Wassillewna Kritzky left the hospital where she was nursing the wounded iu Mauchuria, clipped her hair, and joined the ranks. At Poutilon, where thi Russian arms were successful, the young lady was wounded in the shoul der and legs. She was taken to the hospital at Tchesyabinsk, where, after some ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

Ailing Housewives. BILIOUSNESS AND HEADACHES ENDED. Bile Beaxs, Woman's True Fkiend. As a family medicine Bile Beans are unequalled, and a box should be in every medicine chest. 'I cannot speak too highly of Bile Beans as a general ?corrective,' says Mrs. M. Glanville, of Somerset St., Spreydeu, Christchurch, N.Z. 'About four years ago I was a martyr to biliousness and indigestion, and often had severe attacks or' head ache and dizziness, which caused me to neglect my domestic duties, and con siderably' impared my appetite. In search of relief I tried numerous re medies, which only resulted iu spending money without obtaining any benefit. Some friends then recommended Bile Beans, and I decided to give them a trial. I felt a decided improvement for the better u£t«r t had finished two boxes. After persevering with Bile Beans my appetite returned, the dizzi ness and headaches disappeared, and fiually the biliousness and indigestion ceased to trouble me. My health was restored, and I wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

Covered With Eczema. DISCHARGE SATURATED CLOTHES-ITCHING AND IRRI TATION WERE MADDENING. All Disease Banished By Zam-Buk. 'Five years ago I was attacked by fear ful eczema, which first broke out on my right leg,' says Mr. J. Bradley, of 299 Bridge Road, Richmond, Melbourne. 'It started in the form of a small spot and rapidly spread — notwithstanding all efforts to stop it — until the disease was all over my body. I could uot keep rny hands off the affected parts, and as I would tear away at them, they became raw. The itchiness and irrita tion were maddeniug and life became unbearable. The eczema discharged so much that I could uot sleep at night ; in fact, I was literally lying in water, for it simply poured from me. So soon as the bandages were put on. they would be immediately wringing wet. It was terrible what I suff -red, and I longed for my life to come to an end, for all the pleasure had gone-out of it,. 'While I was taking an internal remedy, a friend seeing my pitiable condi...

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Is the L-K-G Milking Machine a Success. ANSWER: YES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

Is the L-K-G Milking' Machine a Success.. ? ? ? ♦ ? ANSWER: YES. Mn. ? Jilalcolm MeKenzie, of Beau Bea, writes, Dec. 22nd : 'In- regard to the Milking machine Plant. It is .'working splendidly. Just an instance, comparing the machines with, hand milking, the first fortnight that I had the machines work inn' rforo ivin n riifp/avem/^o op All^c of butter in favour of the machines., compared with the previous fortnight's hand milk ing. We had the same cows, and taking the general rule, the coavs should have gone off slightly as it was just a dry spell at the time, and when a person takes into consideration that the cows were being broken into the machine, it speaks rather favourably for the mach ine. Mr. G. W. Robinson, Casino, writes, January 11th, 1911 : — ''The machines are still work ing very satisfactorily, and I am well pleased with them.' Mr. C. Ingram, of Crabbles' Creek', writes, 27th November, 1Q10- — 'I might say our milking plant is most satisfactory, and is working splendi...

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Candelo A.H. and De.F. Association. 27th ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

Cfliiflela a.h. sssiO.F. ASSOClfltiOII. ? V ? 27th ANNUAL SHOW. Officials President: Mr. J. A. Gordon, J.P. Vice-Presidents : Messrs. W. J. Collins and H. P. Collins. Hon. Treasurer : Mr. T. Robertson. Sec retary : Mr. A. 0. Manns. Com mittee : Messrs G. Porter, T. Heffernan, J. Britten, W. F. Coman, J.P., A. Champueys, J. McPaul, Gr. Goward, J. Scarvel, P. J. Heffernan, J. T. Collins, J.P., E. A. Bloomfield, J.P., C. Bright, A. P. Beresford, J. F. Allen, E. H. Alcock, A. T. Stiles, F. Collins, W P.nlKno -T rir.n-.nii ~R, Rp.ott. W. I. Irviu, G. F. Vernon. The Annual Exhibition of the, above Association was held on Wednesday and Thursday. The weather conditions vere delightfnl on each day, and, considered from all poiuts of view, making allowances for the difficulties and deficiencies which muat inevitably prevail after long and severe titaes of drought, the effort was quite satisfac tory. To those who judged the show by the beautiful and prosperous aspect of the district at this ti...

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Bega Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

isp J@£lr§ Clii. Following are the handicaps for Bega -Autuniu meeting to be held on 3rd March :— Trial Handicap, 6 fur.— Dollar Bill 9.8, Muzzle Loader, Tenibrah, Daphne, -'Kliugsor, Jacobean Dick Hawkins, Lady Kathleen, The Scale and Snood 8.7, each. Sealark, Flatiua and Lady . Jack 8.1 each. Flying Handicap, 6 fur. — Brown 9.5, Overlook 8.13, Olive Green 8.12, Gold finch 7.11, Espero 7.8, Silver Progress 7.7. Hurdle Race 2m 158 yards — Dollar Bill 10.10, The King 10.3, Tadpole (late Tory Boy) 9.10, Wobbigong and Zephyr 9.0. Highweight, 6 fur. — Brown Bird 10.7, Goldfinch 9.0, Kspfiro 8.11, Silver Progress 8.10, Zephyr 8.10, Romance 8.7, Jacobite, ISTarriga, Tenibrah, The Scale, Lady Jake and Sealark 8.0. Autumn Handicap, Ira 1.10 yds.— Elouera 9.5, Wood King 8.12, Brown Bird 8.4, Olive Green 7.11, Bspero, ' True Tile, Master I inlay (late lmlay) Dick Hawkins and Lady Jake 0.7. Trot 14 miles — Toronto and Kath leen 15 sees, bhd., Goldlock and Rebel Jim 3, Rebella and Socks scr. Th...

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

BilMffl. ? — ♦ — (From our Correspondent.) On show nights a grand ball and cindralla will be held in the school of arts iu aid of that institution. Rev. Norris P.P. of Coorua was iu town last week on a holiday as the guest is Mr. F. H. Dawson. On Tb.urs.day last Mr. O. Brien pur chased the publicans booth for the odd fellows sports for £11 the fruit stall was purchased by Mr. Eergenhan at An effort is on the move to organise the liberal electors in the Monaro electorate. At a meeting held recenlty for the Bombala Branch, of the politic/tl labor league Mr. A. BHllchambur.s offered a trophy of 10/0 for the member Kecnriug the most members and doing the best organising work during the next six months; a second prize of u/- was offered by Mr. W. Parebo. Mr. Moor Bros who were the lowest tenderers for the erection of the new school residence have received word from the works department tlmt, it is not intended to carry on the work just yet.

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

MiMi IMs. ? ♦ ? ?. Mr. Beeby has been admitted to the Bar. -^ * * * Tlie Camlelo and Cobargo coursing ci ;?.'«.»'' are to be invited to confer with a vi.Mv to arranging dates for the season, .so that meetings may be %ed satis factorily to dog owners. ? . *' * * Owing to the outbreak of pleuro li'-.e-muoi ia at Tauuathan (Vic.,) one d.;i;y farmer lost 70 cows out of a fine ?:-.r of 80. .i ? * * * - ,)i\\nes M. Gau!, 34, a compositor, Jua at Bairaain though driukiug Iysol by mistake for whisky. * * * - 'The whoU^soheme of tlie referenda is oue for obTaininq political goods by false pretences,' is how tho ''Daily Telegraph' sums up the Federal appeal to the people. *- « * The operations of the West End Factory for the half year, ended 81st TV — 1 C\ 7 A «!. — ? J il... t *7/r roi ti '*» JJCU., LO l\J, SUUWBU UlctL (U,-JO( IOS Of butter were made, which realised £3517 ?is lOd. Suppliers were' paid £2988 38s 5d. The Coy's, standard charge of manufacture (H per U-.) did not cover the real...

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

BflAeihiKe. — ^_ — [From our Correspondent*!. Our litttle township presents quite a picturelike spectacle with its green clad landscapes and flourishing crops of lucerne and potatoes, which, as a result of the recent rains, are now in their grandeur. The local progress association has again come to light, thfca^formatimi of which was decided upon on Saturday night, 11th inst. The following officers wore elected: J.-'resident, \V riEmerton; Vice-presideut, W Kelly; Se«y. H Bellchambers ; ti-easurer, C Binstadt. It was also decided that meetings be held on the third Saturday of each month. Saturday last being the third in the month a meeting was held. The attendance was not as good as was ex pected, but nevertheless, those present evidently left no stones unturned. The following requests were decided upon to be sent to the conncil for considera tion: (1) repairs to Bnrnima Street, which is now in a dangerous condition to the safety of pedestrians at night there are numerous wash-outs ...

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Mt. DARRAGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

Mt.DARRAGH. ? ^p. ? (From our Correspondent.) At the Progress Association meeting rules were discussed and adopted. The road question was also discussed' and the general opinion expressed was iu farour of a road into the Gandelo -i_H- L^*V UlCbLlUl', CIO XU It UULU piUUUU tl batter market for produce, as near the port, and give a quicker and cheaper outlet. It was decided to ask the Shire Council to concede to the request for ilie engineer to report on the grade. Of the two routes about which the council seemed mixed, the meeting preferred the Mattagana Bridge one, as it was almost as cheap to construct' was a belter grade, was already run by LTovernmcnt, and would serve settlers better. The council had written gov ernment for aid to make, a track along this route, but when asked for particu lars gave instructions to the engineer to send a plan of a' track from Scott's hat. The latter route was steeper and longer,' besides being- further from port. Settlers would like the council lo...

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

~~TOStni. (From our Correspondent.) After an eloquent eermon by the Rev. John Oalvert, full of spiritual inspira tion and human guidance, at our Metho dist Church on Wednesday evening, 5th inst., a meeting was held | to con vene suitable entertainment in raising balance of cash to pay for the fencing in of this sanctuary, with the result that Mr. Kable, our school master, volunteered to organise a concert, as per advertisement anon. It may be here mentioned fhafc Mr. Ivable is ever to the fore in lending his aid to any public benefaction, much to the ap preciation of innumerable friends. This undertaking being on the eve of our reverer.d pastor's departure, more than usual interest will doubtless be taken in the movement, in retrospect of the reverend gentleman bei:ig tlia founder of our social edifice, having manifested much zeal 'and practical energy in getting the good work nnder way. Hence, we shall always associate ?tlio Rev. John Calvert with the birth of^all that is best in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

Church Services. ^ Candelo District. CJa.th.olio. ftfASS will be celebrated as under — i\l FEBRUARY. 26th— Oandeio 11. J. J. GUNNING, P.P. Ulmi'ch ot England KAMESUKA PARISH. DIVIXE SERVICE will be held a sun der— 5th — Candelo, S (h.c) ; Kameruka, 11 (h,c) '? Wolumla, 3 ; Caudelo, 7.45 12th— JBeniboka, 11 (h.c); Taatawanglo, 3; Candelo, 7.45. -1 19th— Wolumla, 11 (k.c) ; Candelo, 3 ; Kani eruka, 7.45. 2Gth — Tantawauglo, 11 (h.c) ; Beinboka, 3 ; Candelo, 7-45. 14th, Tuesday — Niagara, 7.45 -.. loth — Mr. John Ramsey's, Wolumla 7.45 N. W. GARDNER A-ustralttsian JVEetHoilist Ofcuarch. DIVINE SERVICES will be, conducted as under — 1st Saaday— Caudelo 7,45.. (Rev. J. Pen man) ; .Bun-agate 11, Wyndham 3. Pambula 7.30. 2ud Sunday — Pambula 11, Wolumla 3, Can delo 7.4b. 3rd Sunday— Burragate 11.30, Wyndham 3, Candelo 7.45. 4th Sunday— Candelo 11, Pambnla 3.30. Eden 7.30. Rev. F. H. Walkden-Brown. Ires'byteria.iiJ '' Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.ni Candelo every second Sunday in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

I Is kepi on hand I j Helpful j I in I I KIDNEY® BLADDER] I TROUBLES. | H S Wf PiUli R~ h I Built O2H tSie experience g'ainedi ^ I d^rirag' 7O years of cosatimao^as § | mas&tifad&uring, Lipp Piaraos I | are giaararateecl to staracl true I | as a s*ocK ira an^ climate. I I I I TKeir tone is forig&t and clear, | I and ojp that singing quality | | so greatly admired h-y all | I musicians. I | Their touch is light and 1 § responsive, and their case | | designs very handsome. 1 i' § | We sell these Pianos on Easy „? | I Terms, and Catalogues are free I j? for the asKing. | k H I If you have an old piano, we pj I will taKe it in part payment £02° ! I a new piano. . | K-$ L . ^3 I r--».lw...,VM-.-7 »?.-„.??;?—, ? , LIMITED ?'- ? '-? ? -..?;?? I I 388 Georg'e St2*eetb9 iSycSusey. [I Go A. Greo.ii, Local Agent. ^ P p ' Good Shot ' Baking Powder will help you to keep the M\ housekeeping bills down, as it is more economical than . |pjj any other kind. And you will get s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

ASOCIAL EVENING - - ? - = AND WELCOME. — TO— EIGHT REV. DR. BARLOW Bishop of GouTbwrn. ? — IN THE — SCHOOL OF ARTS, CANDELO :: ON :: ? MONDAY, 6th MARCH. TICKETS, ONE SHILLING. Mr. H. Collins announces that he will be prepared to execute any order for piano tuning during the next four weeks. Tuning done in the latest German aud Danish methods * * * * - The Question- of tub Day.— Have- you been to Thomas and Co's Sale ; If you have not you have not been trne to your intrests. Never were Bargaii s worthier of c-loser attention, and with prove a Veritable Savings Bank, to you.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

? 1 Bega - Cooma motor Service, i Leave. Bega on Tuesdays & Fridays and will CALL AT CANDELO. CARS Return from Cooina on Wednesdays and Saturdays. «3r* Return Journey must be notified; at NEAREST BOOKING OFFICE beforehand, ?5^; -5ejC^s^; ::-5s5rC '^s^--: :-5SrC ii^sss s®-rc^^^: ss--c: a5£5:;a585£^ SEA=SIDE EXCURSIONS— Special Reductions made according to the number of Passengers in party, SPECIAL TRIPS TO ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. = = = - - - Arrangements and quotes will be made on Application __ For full particulars apply MANNS' HOTKT, (UNnrcr.O. ,ir- ? ... Willian Street, CANDELO. - - - PROPRIETOR. - - - First Class Accommodation at a Moderate Tariff. — — ? Best Brands of Liquors Kept in Stock. ? Visitors to the district should write for Accommodation at this Hotel. Don't forget this popular old Hotel when MAKING YOUR PURCHASES. You cannot be better catered for elsewhere. I ' ? . -.:.? i ... - . ? ? i ? If . ' -?-.:; -.- ^_^ f. ' ' ; 'H- - Want ; ' '? ACf^KA ' Want a. HI &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

^ Read This-. I jj '*- To Oua Readers: We would ask you to help us in the compilation of a, thoroughly rep resentative newspaper by forwarding at ' your earliest convenience information Hi at will be of public interest. You will thus do iunci: io\v:ml advertising' your particu lar part oi the electorate. Should you ! fail to secure your copy of the*RECORD j regularly, n- con; plaint made to us will ru ! suit in tie matte:1 receiving prompt inves i tigation. I To CoNTRTBUTOBsrVvhilst we unhesitatingly I throw our columns open to contributed » : articles on any subject, we reserve the ! right to veto any contribution, or senteuce of same which nrc consider libellous or ' seditious. Should a writer assume a son i dk plume, his real name must accompany I his or her manuscript to insure piihlica-i tiou. Manuscript must be legibly written : and reach us not later than 'Wednesday! of each week. I ? To Corrhsp.ondents: To facilitate exjiediti- j] ous printiug wo,- request our numerous ! cor...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

NEWS AND NOTES. The officials of St Andrew's Church of England will conduct a special effort in May next in aid of the church build ing fund. * * * Ashtox's Circus showed in Candelo on Show nights, and was favored with moderate patronage. It is a good little show and all who patronised were 4weH pleased. ?'?- **- #= Wi; acknowledge with thanks com plimentary tickets for a social evening and welcorn to be tendei'ed the Right Rev. Dr. Barlow, Bishop of Goulburn, in the School of Arts on Gth March * * .. # Please Note. — Brown, Sharpe, and Blacker, auctioneers, will sell this day, (Saturday) at two o'clock, 39 pigs, and 40 head mixed cattle as advertised on another page. « *- * The Record acknowledges receipt ef complimentary pass tickets to Bom bala, Bega, and Bemboka Shows, all of which will take place next month. * * * Our staff went to the show. Result —a day late and a blank page. We have had to omit telegrams and much other matter. * * # Amoxg the visitors at the Show were Mrs Jn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 February 1911

Dental Notice. MR. G. F. VERNGN, DENTIST, O -^- IKT 33 IES X- O - ggf HOURS 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. OBMISTON AND OBMISTON DENTISTS, BEGA. ?Mil. J. M. 0RM1ST0N will visit the undermentioned places on the follow iug dates : — WOLUMLA (Schafer's Hotels Feb 20 P-UIBULA (Robertson's Hotel) Feb. 21 till 24. EDEN (Pike's Hotel) Feb. 25 till 28. TOWAMBA (McKee's Hotel) March 1. 2 and- 3. ??? , WTNDHAM (Young's Hotel) March 4 to 7. . . . ROCKY HALL March 8 and 9. : CAT HO ART March 10 andll. CANDELO, (Collins' Queen's Hotel), 13 to 17. ' ? BEMBOKA (Mudie's Hotel) March 18 to 19. MR.MAERN9-MR.DINGLE9 DENTISTS, BEGA. ME. DINGLE will visit CANDELO periodically, aates to Tje announced, and may bo consulted at — ?tfltS. T AIT'S BOARDING HOUSE. Next Visit;, from 3rd to 6th March. THE I 'Southern Becord' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Let all the ends tliou aim'st at be thy country's thv God's, and truth's.' _SHAKESpEARE. . SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1911. 3 ?

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

TOWAMBA. (From our Correspondent.) The most popular remarks of the present day is, lovely weather ; yes ; every prospect of a splendid winter ;   and every one appears to be pleased with things in general. The Local Horse Races have been postponed indefinately and probably will not take place this year. The new bridge is nearly completed, and our worthy chairman of the Pro gress Committee can claim the honor of being the first to traverse the bridge   with heavy material per horse and cart. Though the bridge is not open to public traffic our citizen referred to (Mr. W. Bsasley) has drawn the metal across to complete the northern approach, and the residents have not over looked preparations for the official opening of the bridge; which is to take place in the form of an opening ceremony, banquet picnic, and ball at night, which with the present beautiful season should prove to be a gala day for Towamba, the date of the occasion has not been de finitely decid...

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CABLEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

CABLEGRAMS. The African Minister for Defence in outlining the Government defence pro posals said that Africa must assume her own defence. j i There is a growing sentiment in the West Indies favorable to ? union with Canada. Further secessions are probable' from the Canadian Government party in con sequence of the Reciprocity proposals. The Liberals are alarmed at the growth of auti-reciprocity feeling.

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