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Tathra Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

Tatlra Rices. The Tathra annual race meeting, which was postponed from the 26th January, took place on the Bega course on Wednesday. Following are the results : FLYING HANDICAP, 6 furlongs. J. Spence junr.'s Brown Bird 8.3, 1 ! B. bharpe's True Tile 7.0, 2 Other starters : Espero, 7.4 oar. 7.5, Overlook, 7.7. ! Betting : 5 to 2 Brown Bird, 2 to 1 Espero, 3 to 1 True Tile and Overlook. LOCAL HANDICAP, 6 furlongs, E. Connelly's Daphne, 2.5, 1 J. Thompson's Peculator 8.2, 2 J. Monck's Willow May 8.12, 3 Betting : 2 to 1 on Daphne, 2. to 1 j Willow May, 3 to 1 Peculator. HURDLE RACE, 2m. 158yds.— E. G. Black's Wobbigong, 9.2 1 G. Edward's Silkland 9.4, 2 T. Donohue's Priorwood, 11.4, 3 Betting : 6 to 4 on Priorwood, 6 to 4 Wobbigong, 5 to 1 Silkland. HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP, 6 fur longs. j C. Wynne's Dollar Bill 9.10, 1 A. McPhee's Espero 10.0, 2 W. Hibburd's Jacobite 9.0, 3 Other 'starter's : Wobbigong I 8.13, Tenibrah 9.2, Sealai'k 8.4, Muzzle Loader 8.9, Snood 8,0. Betting : 6 to 4 Dolla...

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

LADIES k CHILDREN ro&riag ? . , from ANY OOMPLAINT «, will receive most successful treatment from Irs. JOVGE, Lad} Herbalist, ©/© P. PHRKES, (Established 49 Tsars) 20 Q,V- &3orkoto, Qaorga-at., Sydnoy, @onsalt or Write. HALL'S MHGWETI© CORN Remedy. Prlodi Bottles, 1/-. Postage Free. a. fergbsohEll, -Eggs. {LADY ATTBHDAHT). DafBacT and Laboratory i — 1 03c Liverpool Gt-i QYDHBV (botwaea Pitt and GcorSc Bts.) 'THE WALTER BENTIEY COLLEGE' ELOCUTION AND* DRAMATIC ART. 169 Phillip St., SYDNEY. Under the Patronaje of His Exccllency Lord Chelmsford. Principal ... Mr. WALTER BENTLEY Associated with ... Mr. DOUGLAS ANCELON Lady Principal ... Miss STELLA CHAPMAN. Elocution Taught Thoroughly. ' Students Trained for the Stage. ^_^^_WEITB^JFOB^PABHCULAES^^^ YOU ABE GOING TO SYDHE7. In that case be sure to CONSULT ME. GEO. GUNTEM, METAPHYSICIAN, etc., SSI Elizabeth-street, Sydney. Referred to in the Sydney Press as : ' A WONDERFUL MAN IN SYDNEY.' i *?hose cures of ASTHMA. CAT-AKRH...

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

£1,000 _ PRIZES £1,000 Value ^ FIRST ( Value ?£500 f GREAT PRIZE I .£500 Op Twolue Months' Trip Round the World and £100 fop ONE PERSON or Eight Months fop Two. NOTE. — The Committee, having paid- full value for the work of art, is^prepared to find a Purchaser for same at the advertised amount if the winner so desires, also for the Second and Third Prizes. Second : Value .£100. 'Third : Value £50. ^.uuy/ uiuer rrizes, totalling jC/,ooo. Eight Hours' Great Art Union. 55th Year — Oldest and Most Popular — 55th Year. Proceeds in Aid of the Hospitals and Public Chapities of Austpalia. Prizes will be delivered to winners free of al' charges. A list of winning numbers will be posted to any person sending an addressed envelope to the repre sentative: with stamp unafpixbd. Buy from your Local Agent on or before 29th April, or send Postal Note, P.O.O., or stamps with exchange added, direct to the representative, 231 Flinders-lane, Melbourne, at once for tickets, and secure a chance in this G...

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AN INTERESTING SUBDIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

AN INTERESTING SUBDIVISION. It is but four brief years since 130 farmers participated in tlie subdivisional sale of Myall Creek Estate, with which the name -of Mr. Ashton, then Minis ter for Lands, remains pleasantly asso ciated; already their brightest antici pations have been realised, and they now represent 130 owners of 130 com fortable, independent, wealth-producing homes. The enterprising land-seelcer has but to visit Myall Creek to see these results with his own eyes. He can be shown farms which have re turned 20 bags of corn to the acre! He can be shown farms from which 40 bushels of wheat per acre have been averaged right through, and if he pos sesses a mind for dairy-farming, for which Myall soil is specially adapted, he ? can learn facts that will make his teeth water. On one dairy farm, for one month, 68 cows netted £77 lis. 6d., while an adjoining farmer made £21 5s. 3d. from 17 cows for the same period ! Better still, he can be shown a herd of 30 cows that returned £35...

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

Send a 'SOVEREIGN' to us for this i Watch. It will provo your best IN- j VESTMENT for the year. A Ruby Jewelled, adjusted Lever, made specially to stand hard wear. Guaranteed 20 years. Post Free. Write for Illus trated Free Catalogue. j BRUSE & W^LSH, Practical Watchmaker-, and Jewellers I I 5°m pe'ri;e St'' | i N®ma» Nbsi® j W Si ?B — — — — — — — — — — ^ | Applications by Employoro oomo | | by Qvory mail* I I Horland Trained Nurses I vl .v | tska oharge of Children from two [| | weeks to 8 years. | ! Appointments range from £40 to £60 | | in Now Zealand, Tasmania, Queen*. | I land, Yiotoria, and N.S.W. Also tray- | | ailing appointments. Next term be- k | gina February 6. Apply for desoriptivo | | pamphlet to the Foundress, | | ? SYDHB? ? j I Norland Institute, 1 I 6 I Lonor Forth Straot, WOOLLflHEA. | SPSAK €UEE© COKNE© WEEF. 14/- per 100 Ibe. SUTTON FOREST M EAT Co. 781 George St., SYDNEY. Write for Price List — Post Free on reauest.

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Ernest Bosch, F.S.M.C. SYDNEY'S LEADING OPTICIAN, MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

Ernest loscis, 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.)

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Delegate. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

Delegate. [From our Correspondent]. The cricket match played on the local ground on Saturday last, between Bombala and Delegate teams, resulted in a win for Delegate by 3 runs. Bom bala team consisted of only eight men, and as Delegate was unable to muster more than a full team, it looks as if a lot of the cricket enthusiasm [of former years had died out. Quite a number of Delegateites ex press their intention of being present at Bombala show next Wednesday and Thursday, which, by all accounts pro mises to be very successful. One of the severest storms experi enced in these parts for a considerable number of years, occurred ont Curro wong and Tombong way last Monday, when about 2| inches of rain fell in about 25 minutes, flooding the creeks and carrying all before them, portions of wire-netting and other fences, in some instances, being carried along for miles. Luckily, no loss of stock is reported. The Secretary Mr. Lamb, and com mittee of the Delegate P. and A. Society are working...

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Candelo School of Arts. AN APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

CflMeto sckMi ?( Arts. AN APPEAL. The above institution is in a bad way financially, and an appeal is to ba made to the general public for assistance. For many years this institution has struggled on poorly supported by the public as members. At the present time the list of financial members standing at less than tweuty. Con sidering the advantages offered, Buch as the excellent library and reading room^ where the latest papers and periodicals may be perused, together with the small subscription, 2s 6d per quarter, the public of the town and district have riot done their duty in keeping Buch an institution alive. The work of the committee has been arduous, a debt of over £400 remains to be paid. Extensive repairs are needed, and new furniture required^ Yet how is the committee to provide j these items ? On several occasions, the committee has given away to other bodies in the matter of holding a bazaar or flower show, and what has been the recompense ? No support from those who rece...

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Visit of the State Governor to Bega. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

Visit ?( the state Gov ernor t* Beiii. The Town Clerk is in receipt of a communication from the Private Secre tary to the State Governor, Lord Chelmsford, intimating that his Ex- j cellency will visit Bega on Monday, March 27th, and would be pleased to meet as many of the citizens as pos sible. Present arrangements are that his Excellency will reach Bega from Eden at I p.m., and will later on go to Kamernka, where he is to stay the night. The Council, at its regular meeting last evening, was to consider the matter, and no doubt proper steps will be taken for the reception of the distinguished visitor. — Star.

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CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday. Lord Kitchner will command the troops in connection with the Coronat ion. It is officially aunounced that the mobilisation of the America Army on the Mexican border is solely for manouvreing purposes, and will include one-third of the whole of the American Army and several battleships.

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TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. Eggs 14d to lid ; buttter 70s to 86s; cheese to 7d ; heirs 2s 6d to 3s 3d ; roosters 2s to 4s. Irish blight has appeared through out the Crookwell district. The losses to potato growers in the Goulburn dis trict, including Crookwell and Taralgai are estimated at £150,000. A deputation from every branch of the postal service interviewed the Post master General last night. They., de clared that every branch was seething with discontent and urged that the recommendations of the postal com mission be adopted, but the Minister declined to discuss this point. The men now threaten to take the extreme course, and warned the Minister that they represented 40,000 votes, which would probably be cast in opposition to the referenda proposals unless their grievances were redressed. A dreadful murder occurred at North Melbourne last night, when a man named William Smith' cut the throat of his three-year-old daughter almost from ear to ear. It appears that Smith and his w...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

'You are the greatest inventor in the world,' exclaimed a newspaper man to Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone. 'Oh, no, my friend, I'ta not,' said the Professor, ' I've never been a reporter.'

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

Do not go to the expense oi calling in a doctor when yon sprain your ankle. Bathe your foot alid ankle in water as hot as can. be borne and rub in Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely, Eepeafc the rubbing several times and in two or three days you will be able to get about and will be quite cured in lesstha n a week.*

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Back from Canada. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

iici from £«!«. The Kalgoorlie Sun says: — Blew into Kalgoorlie town the other day, Billy Simmonds, from the other side of tbe world. Billy is an old time mulga engine man, who has spent the last twelve months on the borders of Alaska aud British Columbia, and having ' friz hard,' has returned to thaw. Being observant, his views are interest ing. ' I don't like the Canadian,' he said, 'but I rather like tbe Yank. He is game and patriotic. He has every thing of the biggest, and never even plays for less than the championship o£ the world. . He bars the Canadian at baseoall only. He still carries a gun and uses it, precisely as he did in the pages of Bret flarte, but not quite so often. In Vancouver I saw three shots fired at a man ; two went through a deal door, the other bullet found its billet. No one seemed astonished ; it appeared to be quite au ordinary con cern. . . Englishmen are hated like^ poison in British Columbia, and I can only account for the fact by stating that [Gener...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

There are 72,000 union members and 21', 000 league members ir. the Labor movement in this State.

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The Batchelor Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

[?] Tjie daily papers are still being deluged witli a perennial spring of argument on the question of men and marriage aud a batchelor tax. One w rirer begins by qnoting Eve's excuse, 'The snake tempted me and I did eat.' Then he continues: 'The snake tempted the woman ; the woman ate the fruit- : and now poor man has to pay the dressmaker's bills. Gone are the days when dresses grew on fig trees. Then the bachelor was not. lie is a more modern institution. It is undoubtedly the dressmakers' bills that frighten the batchelor. Look around. In China and Papua, where the I women's finery is cheap, there are no batchelors. Iu those countries women are valued. A father can sell his daughters there. Here he jumps at tlie chance to give them away.' A ' Country-bumpkin Spinster ' declares: ' How can women expect to ~ be respected by the opposite sex when they wear such hideous garb as is worn at the present time — such as hobble skirts, high-heeled shoes, and erect-form corsets. All these t...

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

TlfltOAT HABITS. A cough, a hack in clearing the throat may become habits. They begin wsth a cold and keep coining automatically after the cold has finished . A slight exercise of the w ill and the use of Chamberlain's Cough Eeniedy will soon rid yon of this constant annoyance Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy has a prompt specific action on the throat or air passages.

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911

News and Notes. The referenda proposals have scarcely ' entered the minds of Candelo folk yet. Some are wondering, however, whether ?ws are going to have any platform speaking on the subject, and, if so, by ?whom and when. ?* * * m A sum of £1,800 is pnt on the Esti mates by the Public Works Depart ment for alterations to the Eden light house. * * * On the strength of his recent luck Mr. Jack Gorman is now visiting Queensland friends. ^ # * * Wyndham is losing a valued resident in the person of Mrs Thos. Waterson, who joins her husband at Mullnmbimby. j The residents and the Anglican choir , members presented her with a gold brooch and a silver teapot respectively. * * * Wm. Rixon advertises an attractive clearance sale in another column en account of Mr. Thomas Grates, who contemplates leaving the district. The stationing committee of the Methodist Conference has appointed Rev. F. J. Curwood, of DubboNarro mine, to the charge of the Bega Circuit for next term. Rev. John Calvert wil...

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CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday. The Morning Post declares that Britain is dependent upon Japan's tolerance in the Pacific, and the anti Japanese immigration policy of Aus tralasia and Canada creates au: anta gonism which is only quiescent owing to au old Japanese alliance, and the position is full of explosive elements After a fire at Nashville, the Tennes see wall collapsed, and '30 negro work men were buried. 12 bodies were recovered. The Berlin Press has suspicions of Britain's sincerity - regarding disarma ment. President Taft w.ill probably submit to the Congress a proposal for an ' unlimited arbitration- treaty with Great Britain. _ ? 1 ? The Redfern Anglican Sunday School of which Mr. J. S. T. McGoweu has been superintendedt ^.of for 24 years — during which time, as private member, Opposition leader, a^jid Premier, he has been a regular attendant on Sunday mornings — recently presented him with a farewell address prior to his departure for the Coronation.

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TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. Eggs 14d to 18d ; butter 76s to 86s ; cheese to 7d ; hens 2s 6d to 3s 3d ; roosters 2s to 4s 6d. The potato blight is rapidly spread ing over New South Wales. Losses to growers will be enormous. Only one or two districts have escaped infection. The loss in the Oberon district aloue is estimated at £20,000. The South African cricketers de feated Broken Hill by an innings and 279 runs. _ . Victor Jacobson died last night in the Sydney hospital from the x'esults of a blow received iu a friendly spar. Tbo Premier of West Australia de clares that the carrying of the referen dum will bring disaster to his State. Contractors complain that the Gov ernment's day labor system is being used to coerce men into joining the unions. TTinrUos ilrp.ls vps that Holman. by his 'owl-like atttitude,' was hin dering the referenda more than le would Ly any speech he (Holman) could make. An address on the referenda by Judge Higgius has caused considerable sur prise, the opinion b...

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