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TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

TELEGRAMS. Syduey, Friday. Eggs 12d to 13d; Butter, 70s to 86s ; Cheese to 7d Hens 2s 9d to 3s 3d ; Rooster3 2s to 4s. ?! Mr. Hughes opened the Labor Cam paign on Referendum in the Town Hall last night. He said Australia had bad teQ years expeiiencee of the Federal Constitution, and found it grieviously deficient in some vitally important particulars. He declared that the trade and commercial power given to the Federal Parliament would not in any way impair state rights, and would not be taking a stride towards unification. A motion was carried ^expressing ap proval of the proposals. j Mr. Deakin- opened the Opposition Campaign at Ballarat last night and indicated that the carrying of constitu tional amendation might mean the ushering in of a reign of despotism, meaning tho crushing of State sovereign ity. He declared that it was only by a true federal spirittbat effective develop ment of Australia could be ensured. The employees at the Great Gobar Mine have asked for an increase -o...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

C«M0 CMrslBg CIS®. THE Annual meeting of Members and intending Members of the above Club will be held . at Mauns' Hotel, MONDAY, 13th MARCH, at 3.30 p.m. Full attendance repuested. BUSINESS: To receive Treasurer's Balance Sheet ; Election of officers - and committee. The newly elected committee will fix dates for the season. C. A. GREEN, Hon Sec.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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A Gigantic Turnover. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

h Gifl8iticTBri«ver. What an enormous sum the dairying industry must be worth annually ts6 Australasia ? It would be almost im possible to secure data which could be regarded as accurate, for such a large proportion of the produce is- locally consumed. Tho figures relating to j export are easily secured, and these in i themselves are almost incredible. The Victorians calculate that they sent asvay last year butter worth 2^ millions sterling, but New Zealand goes half a million belter. New South Wales is right on to the tail of the southern State, while Queenslanders calculate their output at a round milliou. All this totted up sails very close to £10,000,006 annually for dairy produce sent abroad, most of which, of course goes to Tooley-sireet. But these figures do tiot full}' represent the value of the industry to Australasia. There is not only the butter consumed by the masses, but there are the supplies of whole milk aud cream aud cheese to be adJed. These articles make up our ch...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Markets. ? ? Butter: — Superfine 86s per cwt ; Sec onds 80s to 84s; Pastry 76s to 80s.' Cheese: — Prime Loaf 5bd per lb; Good Loaf 5d ; Prime Medium 5d to 5|d ; Good 4|d to 5d. Bacou : — Choice Sides 7d per lb ; Heavy Sides 6|d : Flitches light 7d to 7sd ; Heavy 6d to 7d ; Bacou Hams 8d; Double Cloth Hams lOd. Eggs New Laid Suburban Is 5d to Is 6d per doz ; Railways Is 6d ; Rivers Is to Is Id. Bladder Lard 6d per lb ; Bulk 5|d. ^ Farm Produce: — Potatoes £ to £7 10s per ton ; Onions £5 10 ; Lucerne £3 to £3 10s; Bran £4 10s; Pollard £4 15s; Prime Maize 2s lid per bus.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cathcart. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Citlcflrt. (From our Correspondent.) The regular monthly meeting of the School of Arts Committee was held on Saturday night. Accounts totalling £4 16s 3d were presented and passed for payment. An application from the Romany Bioscope Company for hire hire of hall was refused. The Oddfellows Ball is fixed for the 1 7th iust. From present indications] it promises to be a success. Mr. H. Kraanstuy ver is in the district canvassing for shaies in the proposed canning factory. He is not meeting with the success anticipated. A cattle sale is to be held here on Saturday. It is expected about 150 head will be yarded. The Federal Hotel is to be offered for sale at auction on 10th iust. Mr. Jonas, of Bombala, is the auctioneer. 2/3/11.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Fruit Culture in Bombala District. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Friit entire ii swmu - District. Mr. W. H. Spines, fruit inspector writes: — 1 have just concluded ail in spection tour of the Southern Monaro district. I found many fruit pest's existent in the localities visited, and there is great laxity in carrying into effect the regulations of the Fruit Pests Act for the suppression of diseases which are causing a deal of damage to fruit and trees alike. Four diseases which are prominent are codliu moth, woolly aphis, mussell, and San Jon scale' ] aud there appears to be no effort to eradicate or even keep them in check, notwithstanding the fact that they can be effectually treated. Around Bom bala and in the town, the codlin seems to have the sway, and it is there that the evil effects of this pest are most noticeable. Scarcely an apple or pear can be fouud free from its ravages, aud as a consequence I have found it uecesaiy toeuforce the regulations more I rigidly than has hitherto been the case. The ultimate result will be the destruc tion ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Mr. W. H. Spinks, fruit Inspector, says that Bcmbala can equal if not beat the world's lecord for the largest apple. He weighed one of the Lord Nelson variety, grown by Mr. Fred Moore, near Bombala, which turned tiie scales at 32o/.s., and it was perfectly sound and free from disease. 'A man without ambition is nothing better than a Jelly-fish ; but the abuse of ambition may deluge a nation with blood.' — Rev. R. J. Campbell. The Australian Jockey Club has de cided to add over £7000 to prize money j for this year. The Derby will be I increased to £5000.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ernest Bosch, F.S.M.C. SYDNEY'S LEADING OPTICIAN, MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Eriest Bosch, f.s.m.c. Sydney's Leading Optician, Martin Place, Sydney. Ernest Bosch's method of prescribing spectacles combines the following : — 1. A thorough examination of each eye separately. 2. Absolute- accuracy. 3. Special attention to the fit, comfort and appearance of the frames. 4. Lowest Sydney charges. Mr. Bosch's expert Representative ' visits Candelo regularly. His next visit will be at Manns' Hotel, on Tues | day, 4th April, (9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.)

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

COUG 31 IF YOU WANT TO But remember it is very annoyirig to those around you, and it is anything but polite when you can get ho ready an aid as Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. A single dose will relieve an ordinary cough. Very often three doses will cure au ordinary cough

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

News and Notes. Messrs Frank TV rightson aud 'Jimmy Schafer are reported to have struck it pretty rich at the Wolumla gold fields. # * * Mu. J. L. Gordox has purchased from the estate of tbe lato Peter Mof fitt, 224 acres of land at £4 6s per acre. TVm. Rixon was the auctioneer. * # * V. Asixtox and Skuthorp combined the £ circus aud buckjumpiug show in Bega ~ this week. The co-operation made a good performance. # # * | Oxe of the heaviest storms Candelo ' lias ever expei-ienced passed over the town on Saturday afternoon. 108 points fell in about 20 minutes. The streets were deluged for a time. A ^ ^ Two well-known -'strangers' in town this week—Messrs. W. Johnson aud George Whitehouse, who are on a short visit, the former from Belliugen and the latter from Alexandria. # # # Mk. W. Miller, the new proprietor of the Royal Hotel, took charge on Monday last. ' # # ^ Rev. Walkden Brown will preach for the last time in the local Methodist Church on Sunday the 12th instant, at 7.45. * # *...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

The Rev. Father Shaw, of Rand wick Wireless station, has offered to equip six wireless stations for the use of a relief expedition to New Guinea m search of the lost parly. The Minister for Defence believes that medical examination will reduce the number of boys enrolled to aboii', 100,0000. ?

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Sydneypho[?] Symptoms [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

S|llt|pilliil §§!pf@iH§ The Bulletin says : — Rents are going to be higher in Sydney very shortly. One reason is the dragging of the Federal Capital to Canberra, so that as much as possible of its trade may come to Syduey. Another is the limitation of the Federal port at Jervis Bay to a mere useless scrap of shore ending at high- water mark, so as to i force more trade to Sydney. Another is the rail way extension from Bromaderry to Jervis Bay, which has for its purpose the diversion to Sydne3r of some fur ther scraps of the trade which might otherwise find another outlet. Still another is the semi-circular deviation of tbe North Coast line to prevent it touching Port Stephens, lest a trading city should arise there instead of ? all the business being direct to Syduey. All these things will compress more and more of the population of N.S.W. iuto one narrow area. Put in the fewest possible words, this is the cause of the trouble: — Population : Sydney Hnd suburbs 4170 people per squar...

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

Do not go to the expense of calling in a doctor when you sprain your ankle. Bathe your foot ahd aulcle in water as hot as can be borne and rub in Chamberlain's Pam Balm freely, Repeat the rubbing several times and in two or three days yon will be able to get about and will be quite cured in less than a week.*1

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Grasshoppers or Brids. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

finassfttppfrs or' iris. The Mudgce Guardian says :— Grass hoppers or birds will be the question which will be agitating iu the minds of the men oh the land iu the Mudgee and many other districts of N.S.W. before mauy years haveepassed, uuless existiug methods are changed. The question is a serious oue, as each year many districts tell tales of woe and disaster wrought by the grasshopper. The wholesale destruction of our native birds accounts for it. The plain turkey, crow, emn, magpie, . bower bird, langhing jackass, and other insectivor ous birds, which at one time kept t-his pest in check, are fast disappearing, and the person on the I And, or, to vary this hackneyed phrase, we might, just at preser.t, refer to him as the indivi dual in the mud, iu endeavouring to reduce the rabbit pest, is blindly killing off, by poisoning, his best friends — the birds. Over and over again it has been proved that poisoning has been anything but effectual in re ducing the rabbit pest, and that wh...

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

A Paper for the People. :: ' ; ' ' -- ^ _ J ^.aiitkni Metanl = 1 anil s S' Printed atCandelo. sj Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the s Southern Districts. ?Stands for no Party, but forPrinciples. T Aims to be an educational force, a social bond, a moral in fluence, an up-lifting power in the community. K Claims to be clean, reliable, outspoken, useful, interesting, D up-to-date, and alive to the requirements c of its readers. R . . . ^ The SuTsscriptioa to this Journal is -51 - pes aimum, ey BUT^s^ We g'ive Great DISCOUNT for all ADVANCE PAYMENTS. S€na 115 FOURTEEN S1UINGS, win pur llflie ill ffliiresi i®i we will p®sl pii lie ? 'le€©rl' i®r Iweivt itfilis. WE CLAIM TO BE ABLE TO EXECUTE ALL CLASSES OF JOB-PRINTING UP TO METROPOLITAN STANDARD. Jiill— lienfls. Memos, Tickets, Programmes, Posters, Dodgers, Receip Forms, Letter-heads, Visiting- Cards, Circulars, etc., etc turned out quickly, neatly, nud at the lowest cost. ca Business MenJ ! 'CAST- 10E BREAD UPON fSi ...

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

??? ..i ?? !????! 'Aii i 111 i niiMirwr _ I . % Read.This- , fl |j To Our Readers: We would ask you to help jl us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep J| rosentative newspaper by forwavdiug at Is your earliest convenience information Hi at I will in' oi' public: interest. You will thus - do much toward advertising your particu lar part- of the electorate. Should you fail to secure your copy of the Record regularly, a complaint made to us will re sult in the matter receiving prompt inves tigation. i To Contributors.- Whilst wo unhesitatingly | throw our columns open to contributed articles on any subject, we reserve the ^rurht to veto any contribution, or sentence j r n ^ '✓*/ which wo consider libellous or I *1 1 Should a writer assume a xo.u j he Pi.^ME, his real name must accompany his or her manuscript to insure publica- j tiou. Manuscript must be legibly written 1 and reach us not later than Wednesday , of each week. , To Correspondents: To facilitate cxpediti- ; ous printing ...

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

THEOAT HABIIS. A cough, a hack in clearing1 the throat may become habits. They begin wsth a cold and keep coming automatically after the cold has finished. A slight exercise of the will and the use of Chamberlain's Oough Remedy will soon rid you of this constant annoyance Chamberlain's Cough Remedy lias a prompt specific action on the throat or air passages.

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

M ixN itens. Many members of the Federal Labor party who liave been chosen to attend the Coronatiou have decided to remain behind to help in referenda campaign. The population of N.S.W. at the end of December wan 1,690,310, an increase during the year of 44,872 — au increase made up by 29,342 births in excess of deaths, and a 15,530 excess ot arrivals over departures.

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Successful Milking by the L-K-G Machines. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Successful Milking by the L-K-G Machines. Unsolicited, we are continu= ally receiving expressions of appreciation from tlie many users of the L-K-G milking machines^ frequently, users of these machines when' writing to. us on other subjects, :will say ' 'You will be pleased to hear the milking machines are still giving' every satisfaction.' Sometimes the .writer will say : 'I would rather give up dairy ing altogether than he without the L-K-G milking-machines.' It is really surprising how well users are getting on with the milking machines, ; consider ing that many of them have never had anything to do with machinery previously. There is only an odd person occasionally who does not obtain complete success with the milking mach ines, and the fault will be found not in the machine themselves, but in the person's 'method of working. Of course, there are a few person's who never make a success of anything, but for tunately for the welfare of the State, they are in a very great minority....

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The Federal Experiment. HOW IT WORKS IN AUSTRALIA. A NEW ZEALAND VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

TktfMem ExpmsiML HOW IT WORKS IN AUSTRALIA.. A NEW ZEALAND VIEW. Sip. Robert Stout, Chief Justice of New Zealand, wrote as follows as far , back as 1904, aud his sentiments are especially interesting at this time: — ' To one at at a distance, the time of tbe Federal Parliament ueems too much taken up with matters that left to the State Parliaments. :S|||P there seems to be growing up in Aus tralia a- tendency to belittle the State aud tbe State institutions. No true Federal system can exist if the Stntes that compose it are belittled, or their domestic concerns interfered with. There is ever a danger of a Federal Government becoming unitary. The love of powei in man makes this desire to rule over all to be found amongst members of the Federal Parliament. Have not some papers put the question : ' Why have we six State Parliaments making laws— is not one enough ?' j As well ask why should couuties or I shires or cities or boroughs be clothed I with any legislative power. Could not two...

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