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A Reliable Milking Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

A Reliable Milking Machine. It is quite ancient history sinca dairy farmers first told us they wished we had a reliable milking raachiue ; such a machine has uow.bee'u im-tho market for several years, it is known as the famous L-K-G Milking Machine aud we have sold a large uumber. The popularity of the L-K-G is in ceasing by leaps and' bounds. . The L-K-G can be supplied with either single or double buckets whichever is preferred. Also, this famous mac hine can be supplied with an Auto matic 'Milk Release? thus doing away with the pails and conveying the milk direct from the cow to the Al fa-Laval Cream Separator aud so saving the time and trouble of carrying1 the cans of milk. The famous Thule Cups on the L-K-G Mi! king Machines are fitted with the Gillies Air Admission System which valuable invention is protected by stringent, patents and is therefore not possessed by any other milking machine. The L-K-G is tho gieatost labour saving appliance aud most profitable investment offere...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

COULD HARDLY BREATHE, 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was the means of curing my cold and bronchitis. I had pains and tightness in the chest until I could hardly breathe, I am a member of the Lodge, and got some medi cine,' writes air. T. Johnson, 243 ffarring ton St.. Hobart, Tas, ' but it had no effect. Tthen tried Chamberlain's Cough: Remedy and one bottle complete cured me.' Sold by all dealers in medicine.

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 — 8 June 1912

7?Fj&' ' The good cook welcomes ' Gdod^^ff W jlj Shot' Baking Powder, with. open. |j arms because she knows its use ''' j to be a safeguard to health, a surety for good cooking results, and a saver of time and money. Use it regularly in your home and you will have no difficulty j in making easily digested bread, delicious pastry, light, tasty scones, Get a tin from your grocer to-day. D- MITCHELL & CO., LTD., Proprietors, 153 Clarence St., Sydney. 3 I© ©^^^fe^-, ' The Cook's ^^CeSSd - Best Friend.' I F©STEP FREE ©N REQUEST. ANTHONY HORDERNS' Winter Fashion Book faithfully presents every phase of the prevailing Modes. The illustrations show the latest styles in Costumes, Coats, Reception Gowns, and dainty Evening iBmSBF Dresses, as well as smart and stylish Coats, Skirts and Blouses. ^^ The pages set apart for Millinery depict the newest creations for Maid or Matron, and there are many pages devo'ed to Children's Millinery. Write for a copy, posted free on request. I ...

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 — 8 June 1912

VELT SICK AND DIZZY. '?For two years I suffered from headache caused by -liver disorder and irregular action of the bowels,' writes Mrs. Jane Eoyes, Eavensvrood, Q. 'A few docesof; Chamberlains Tablets quickly rel eved me : and after taking them regularly for a a short time my liver was in perfect order, ' and I was no longer troubled with sick. . headache. Now if I feel a little bit out; of sorts I take a dose or two of Chamber lain's Tablets and am very soon myself1 again.'. Sold by all dealers in ainedi3ine. For Bronchial Conghs take Woods' Great Pepparmeut Cure, 1/b'.

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 — 8 June 1912

A little sigh, a watery eye, A cold, a cough, a sneeze, And by and by. a gallant try To get a little ease. 'T'8 simple, too, for me aud you To take a little ewer, And from it drink a draught orfwo Of Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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 — 8 June 1912

The initial meeting of the Pambula Pony Race Olub took place on Monday last. Following are the winners of the events of the day: — 14.1 Handi cap, W. Miller's Uno 9.0 ; lo.2H'cap, J. Minnakin's Bubbles 9.10; 14.2 H'cap, W. Bartley's Senani 9.0; 14.0 H'cap, J. Robinson's Lily Liddle 8.1 ; Novelty Race, W. Cole's Satin Flower 8-iyds. A good party of Candelo sports attended the meeting, and an enjoyable function is declared. After an investigation lasting for nearly six months, the Royal Com missiou appointed to enquire into the advisability of legalising the totalisa tor on racecourses in New South Wales has finished its hearing of evi dence. Dr. Wright, Anglican Primate, and Rev. P. J. Stephen, of the Ceutrai Methodist Mission, were the last wit nesses to be examined. Dr. Wright said : 'I condemn all forms of gamb ling, and I take it that the duty of every Government ia to make easy the accomplishment of good, aud to make it hard to do eril. The cure for gambling rests with the indiv...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

[?] The Light of Love : A match. First test won by Australia by an innings and 88 runs. The latest district landholder to report the completion of wire-netting his property is Mr. Charlie Bchuback. Mr. G. R. Phillips, of Eden, elected lo the vacant seat on Imlay Shire Conncil. Polling: Phillips 202, Mitchell 142. Oniy 363 votes were cast out of a total enrolment of over 700. D. S. K. Miller has been appointed' Governor of the new Commonwealth Bank at a salary of £4000 per annum. - Pambula Diorite syndicate milled in one month, and banked last week, about £290 worth of gold. The rabbit industry, according to a well-known Sydney firm's estimate, paid Australian's £006,000 last year, of which KS.W. took over two-t'airds. We're certainly making the best of a bad job ! Every person who is eligible to vote and does not put his name on the Federal roll will be liable to a fine of --10. The price risesjto£2 for second ..) .fence-. Messrs Balmain Bros.' car on Mon day conveyed eight passenge...

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 — 8 June 1912

- MAORI INTEE PETER ATTACKED. ?'I was attacked with and suffered con siderably from rheumatism in the knees,' writes Interpreter Sam Maiohii of 'VVai- mate North, N.Z., ' I got a bottle of Cham berlain's Pain Balm, rubbud it in freely, aud was-delightocl with the result. The pain soon went uwa.y aud I had the free uso of my ihnbs. Since then I have re commended it to {others and they have thanked ran for doiiiff so.'

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 — 8 June 1912

—AND ALL OTHER ARE TO BE FOUND IN ANY QUANTITY AND KIND AT Our Guinea Blanket ^a™™^ ^?gM^sav^^^ Before Purchasing Anywhere Else. [?] Miilinsrv und if taut Nis' Qja Cft*' eCli t£a H- ?j^t^i. Fbv I I AND' OUR The Home of Good Value and Assortment. -^ . ^ THE PEOPLE'S POPULAR BUTCHER, ^g Pambula Street, GANDELO. Only the Primest Bullocks and Sheep Slaughtered. mall Goods a Speciality. . . . Families waited on Daily. . . . Country Orders promptly attended to. Wmfmr WJ5 nave 110W opened up, and are show- I JOr ing a beautiful display of Winter * Goods. Ladies Costume Cloths, in all the latest shades. This is the weather that makes you feel as if you want a nice warm costume at' a reasonable figure. Come and inspect our Special Values. They are bound to interest you, for the value cannot I be beaten. ^^Jll Flannelettes and Flannels, CHILDREN'S . WOOLLEN I ' ? JERSEYS. \ Keep your Children Warm and Tidy. We have j a large range, in a variety of colors. ;? GrJC&SbtJ 3P£'iO'e HE&...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Tathrd [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

Tofhro ? — — v ? ? (From Our Correspondent.) Nuking last week, our Imperial de' monstratioiis experienced a defeated joy — 'With mirth in funereal, and with dirge in act, in equal scale weigh ing delight and dole — in that, having loyally met together in our new pub lic school as dutiful subjects ofKing George, we listened to many Empire Day speeches, under the presidency of the Mayor of Bega, Archdeacon Owen-Mell leading off with interest ing reminiscences of Court life, in which religious sentiment was coexis tent with loyalty to our King. Mr. Beattie senr., followed with a Stirling speech, when Mr. Oaks (most appropriate name for a British sub t-vuy VAjjwuuucu UJJUll LUC Ull.ULl Jack' and British tradition generally, — a really excellent speech, followed by a delightful address from Mr. W. Wren. A most appreciated address, written by the late Sir Henry Rawson, was read by Air. Jennings. After several youthful and maiden ly recitai:ons and songs, Mr. Jennings broke the 'Union Jack...

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AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS ABROAD. FIXTURES AND RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS ABROAD. FIXTURES AND RESULTS,' May G— Nott-:, Australia beaten by six wickets. May 9 — Northamptonshire. Australia mron by an innings an 64 runs, May 13— Essex. Australia won by an innings and 132 runs. May 16— Surrey. Australia won by seven wickets. May 20— M.C.C, Australia won by five frickets May 23— Oxford University. Australia won by ten wickets. May 27— South A'rica (first test). Ars tralia won by an innings aud 88 runs. May 30 — Warwickshire. Abandoned in the second innings on account of rain. Australia had 7 wickets in hand and only wanted 73 to win, June-3— Middlesex. June 6 — Cambridge University. June 10 — Yorkshire. June 13 — Lancashire. June 17— Surrey. June 20 — Somerset. June 24— England (test match.) June 27 — Essex. July 1— Yorkshire. July 4 — Lancashire, July 8— Scotland. July 11— Scotland. ? July 15— South Afrioa (test match). July 18 — Leicestershire. July 22— Hampshire. July 25— Sussex. July 29— England (test match). August 1— Derbyshire. A...

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Foreign Missions. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 June 1912

Foreip Missions. Sunday last, the Rev. Robt. Allan visited Candelo as the deputation of the Methodist Foreign Mission Society. He occupied the local pul pit on Sunday night, and ou Monday night gave a briet but interesting address upon the work of the mission movement in the islands of the sea. Owing to inclement weather the at tendance was small. The speaker re ferred particularly to Fiji, depicting the ruthless savagery aud cauuib.ilism which formerly prevailed there, and showing the contrast which had been effected under the influence of Chris tianity. Practically the whole island had been converted from tho cruellest cannibalism aud indifference to human life and its grand possibilities, into a peaceful, law-abiding Christian-living community. The speaker gave sever al examples of the regenerating power of Christianity among the natives.. The slory of King Tackenbau was a particularly striking instance. He was a young man of fine physique, intellectual countenance, and general k...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 June 1912

Football Motes. The Star wishes Candelo luck in their effort to reclaim the lost plate. Bibbenluke footballers defeated both Cathcart and Bomliala teams easily recently, but the challenge cups were not made available for these matches. Said that in order to ban the hefty Helmer variety of footballer the Bombala aud Cathcart Club's have fenced their Cups iu with a 13-stoue limit. Unless Cathcart decides to make some alteration iu the rules governing their Challenge Cup, the ornament is not likely to be anything more than an ornament. To expect teams to flock round aud battle for that bit of plate for whole seasons, winning it over and over, before beiug permitted to take it home, is rather too thick for modern rugby followers. Seems that Candelo's hope will have to pitch its tent on the enthusiasm of the local juuiors to build up the somewhat shattered interest in the grand old game locally. The boys are fixing the Chris Nolau Cup with a 1 remeudous gaze, and are making a hopeful plu...

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 — 15 June 1912

MOTHER TROUBLED. ' A fc first my boy was attacked with a bad cold in the chest and throat, which threatened to be a bad case of Diphtheria,' writes Mz-s. Buruham, William St., Lut wyche, Q. ' After trying several tilings without success I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and I must say I certainly would, have lost :: y boy if 1 had uot used it, ior he was on the vergo of diphtheria.' Sold by all dealers iu medicine,

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News & Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 June 1912

Mews & Notes. ? « ? The man who is ready to chnm up with anybedy is a champ. Kiah corn-crops are estimated to average over 80 bushels to the acre. Dollar Bill pulled off the hnrdle race at Warwick Farm ou Saturday, carrying 11.2. The Commonwealth Defence De partment has ordered four military aeroplanes from England. - The Steamship Bermagul, a new vessel for the Illawarra Steam Navi gation Co., has been launched at Troon, Scotland. Roy, the eldest son of Mr. J. W. De Costa, we arc pleased to report, is do ing well after a severe attack of pneumonia aud pleurisy. Mr. De Costa has had more than an ordinary share of trial of late. Messrs Brown, Sharpe and Blacker, auctioneers, had a good .sale at Can delo on Saturday. Heifers with I calves realised to £3 7s 6d ; light fat heifers £3 ; aged store cows £1. Bejihoka has established a Glee Club. This is just where Candelo could shine with sparkling success if the musical element would only unite in the formation of a live society t...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 June 1912

A Great Actor Writes. THOSE WHO SEEK HEALTH AND STRENGTH SHOULD ? READ WHAT THIS GREAT MEDICINE DOES FOR WEAK-NERVED PEOPLE Those who suffer from Amasmia or poor Blood, Weakness, Poor Appetite, Indigestion, Constipation, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Nerve Neuralgia, or Heart Palpitation, should read this. Persons who would like lo enjoy the best of health should read this letter, which eloquently speaks of the benefit derived from using Clements Tonic and those people who frequent the S theatre will remember the popular 1 actor, Mr. George S. Titheradge, | was not at all well when he arrived S from England. This culminated in a Q I severe attack of Appendicitis, with | | complications. On reaching con | valescence he was, with great I difficulty, induced to try Clements j Tonic, with the gratiying result that ' | he improved so much in health that | he was often taken for his own son. | Mr. Titheradge's letter speaks for j itself : — . || ' Dear Sirs, — I promised to j let you know w...

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Candelo School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 June 1912

£«B!ieI® SCI®®! ®S Arts. A Committee Meeting of the above was held on Tuesday evening last un der the presidency of Mr. J. ByrueS: There wero also present, Rev. Gar diner, Messrs Jaec'ock'e; Rollins; White, Tortice, Greig, Golden, and C. A. Green (Secretary). ~The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. £3 8s 7d was received as rent of hall for the technical classes. The Warren Family entertainers were granted the use of the hall for (.he eight of Juue 22. — It was decided to tender the thanks of the Committee, through the local press, to Mr. Caddy and members of the Kameruka Band, and all ladies and gentlemen who assisted in con nection with the recent bazaar. On the motion of Messrs Gardiner and Jaecocke the Candelo Agricul tural Society's bazaar committee was granted the hall for the 24th and 25th October, with the privilege of erecting stands and making other preparations on the previous Wednesday afternoon. It was decided, on th-3 motion of Messrs Jaecocke and...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 June 1912

Aged Lady TAKES A DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILL OCCASIONALLY. HER ONLY MEDICINE. 'Over two years ago,' writes Mrs. 'Ann Phoebe Hawkins, of 3S7 Dugan street, Kalgoorlie, W.A., 'Dr Morse's Indian Root l'ills cured tmc from Muscular Rheu matism. I was under several Kalgoorlie doc tors, who could do me no good, and spent one month in the hospital. 1 , was in despair when I C left the hospital as to know what to do. How u'a%kins. ever, I decided to try From a Photo Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and they not only cured me, hut made me feel a vigorous and healthy woman. It is over t\\ o years since they cured me, and I have been . in perfect health ever since. I hid eighty years old this month, and as energetic as many very young women. Your Pills I am constantly recommend ing, and all my friends marvel at my activeness. I take a Pill occasionally, which is my only medicine. I have been a resident of Kalgoorlie eleven years, and will be only too pleased to relate my experiences to ' anyone...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 June 1912

AUCTIONS. AUCTIONEER'S MICE ? « ? WM. RIXON begs to notify the general public that in future he will conduct his usual weekly sale \t- Can- delo on EVERY THURSDAY, at Manns' Yards, in lieu of Mondays. 2-5-12, BEMBOKA. BEMBOKA. i On Saturday, 22nd June, At Maunders Yards. At 2 o'clock sharp. 10 Head Forward Springing HEIFERS, 12 Store COWS, 20 Head Mixed CATTLE. Also 12 Young Pure-Bred Berkshire PIGS, to be sold separately . — WM. RIXON — Has received instructions to sell by Public Auction as above : ? (i ? ???? ; ! ? - ? 4. C . BEGA. BEGA. On Tuesday, 18th June. At the Sale yards, Bega. At 11.30 a.m. 30 PIGS, 100 Fat SHEEP. At 1.30. 5 Springing HEIFERS, 10 Store 'JOWSF' V^'^- ~ ? 20:IItj«|jjL A'L-X'iiJBii - ~ N — WM. RIXON — Has received instructions to. sell by Public Auction as above : CANDELO. CANDELO. UNRESERVED Clearance Sale — Of— Household Furniture On Saturday, 29th June. At the Boarding House. By order of Mr. G. H. Allen. Mr. Aden has decided to give up Board ing House. Ful...

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A Bride's Meanderings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 June 1912

h Brill's Mgfaimp. j^jOME ideal damsel, whose wedding day had just been fixed, gives the following interesting reasons Why I hope to be happy though married ' : Because I realise that the signing of the register will not transform us both into saints, and that Jim and I will each have just the same faults after as before marriage. Therefore I shall not start out expecting the impossible from him. Because I shall regard the honey moon as a prelude to and not as a sample of our life together. Because I know that the marriage certificate is nob a guarantee of per petual bbss, and I shall rely upon myself and i.ot upon the matrimonial estate to bring about the happiness I confidently expect and desire. Because I have mnde up ray mind to remember, when I aru in the dumps, oi Jiin is in the dumps — and each of us is certain occasionally to be dumpy -that this condition is nut the fault of marriage. Married or net, everybody is bound to get the blues sometimes. BeCjiise, although L look up...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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