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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

fflriti POWDER^ TARS REPUTATiOn | . rpE3[i=-] m Is 'Q- m (sj 1c=d|i ? =v | tM&Mimiy IIPmCImS p= I Three Weeb Sale (] 11 ^ — »r ? — ? T-TT- -1 I 0 ? ? o ? ? FS0M ? ? | GEKUDJE ? . TO . . Monday, I seductions Saturday, | . July 29, J mEm-* Aug. 17, | I DEPARTMENT fl y ? ? 1912 ? ? 1^^^^ ? - - i9i2 . . Thousands of Bargains are set out m the SALE LIST. Write for a copy posted free LUJ on request, and reap the Full Measure of n Economy that can only be obtained through | Mliill BQIDillS' [J f FAMOUS SALE PItlCES 1 1 ANTEOI-IY HORDERN & SONS, 1 0NMw? PALICE1 S' BncMield Hill, Sydney. . j~| B (Selling Agents only) | I Fat Stock, Wool & Butchers5 Produce j I FURRED And SKINS, |^1 CALVES ^^Expert Hand I i ng, Best Pr ices, Qu icfc Returns ^ 'The Cook's Bes^FHend.' You can always be sure of getting your cake 'just right ' when you use ' Good Shot' Baking Powder. Its regular use prevents cooking worries. Absolutely pure and always reliable. Get a tin to-day. Accept no ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

'WASTE PAPER, suitable for pack ing or parcelling purposes, FOE SALE at the ' EECORD ' OFFICE.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Stock Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

stock Miri. J&iT the monthly meeting of- the Eden P.P. Board 011 Tuesday theie were present, Messrs T. Cochrane (chair), J. A. Gordon, T. J. Kelly, G. Keys, W. Haslingder, W. J. Iianscombe, 0. Parbery, the Inspector, and the Sec retary. Rabbit proof certificates were ap plied for by Messrs J. T. Collins, F. Spindler, Jas. Carpenter, and A. Robinson. Certificates 'vvere granted to Messrs J. T. OcTlins, D. W. Halt, A. Robin son, Geo. Hartp- and Mrs. Ellen Britten. It was reported that ,a deputation from the Board bad waited on Mr. Sim, manager of the I.S.N. Co., and requested a reduction in tho freight on wire netting. The company had intimated that they had decided to allow five per cent off the present charges for lots of five tons or more. — It was decided to apply to the com pany to allow the 5 per cent reduction on all orderB through the Board. The Lands Department wrote re the non-supply of wire-netting. — The Board carried the resolution: 'That, the action of the Lands ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

Ere conquering Woods appeared 01. earth, And made hi/cure of matchless worth, Groat ills oppressed us from our birth,, Our mise ies were great. But now ther.e ills none ueed endure, For we have Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure To heal our colds, 'tis always sntv, Before it is too late. SPTn psiipi - - . t*' j|j ^ * uni ww V 1(111 I 1 1ft fell 1 m j ' jij ? - 1 ^ S m IP fel Sill 1S1 H . . H * n mm ill jpl fgigl §81 M 1 IN ,11 H 1 1 H H Li 1)1 La# THOMAS & C0/S RECORD BARGAIN SALE - Will ©©ntlnue For . , OM M WEEK EXTRA lillcsilin Will fee Thrown Out in ' ~ MEM'S AMD WOMEN'S BOOTS A SHOES » SPECIAL CLEARANCE. 'CEEB^LPBSX AMU IKT THE DISTRICT. TJHO/WAS & The Busy Storekeepers, Candelo- *

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

News M Notes, i ? ^ ? Oddfellows' annual ball at Wclum la cu the 21st idstatil. Coonamble Shire Council wants to sell its roadmaking plant, it having proved a failure. Thirty workmen employed by the Barraba Shire Council struck for higher wages, and were dismissed. Things can't be too gay out Bem boka way. Reported that one dairy farmer has skinned 60 out of 80 cows, aud that another has skinned 90. A euchre- tournament was recently played At Cathcart, the successful players being Mrs. J. O'Reilly and Mr. T. Moran. Mr. Charlie McCarthy was ad mitted to the Bega Hospital on Mon day, suffering, we understand, prin- 1 cipally ' feom a nervous complaint, j We hope he gains a speedy and complete recovery. The marriage of Miss K. Wood, Bega, with Mr. W. H. Balmain, has been arranged to take place on Sep tember 4 next, Sat Bega. The infant son of 'the Rev. Hirst j and Mrs Hiist, of Pambula, died on Friday last and was buried in the Eden Cemetery on Saturday after noon. Rev. N. Gardner offi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

BEMBOKA. BEMBOKA. MY NEXT SALE at Bemboka will be held At Maunders Yards. On Saturday 24th Augurt, Elgp^Owners wishing to offer stock at the above sals kindly advise the auc tioneer early, — WM. EIXON — Auctioneer. BEGA. BEGA. On Tuesday 13tli August. At the Central Saleyards. At 11.30 a.m. 30 PIGS, At 1.45. 12 Choice SPRINGERS, 5 Store COWS, 20 Head Mixed CATTLE, — WM. RIXON — Has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction as above : BEGA. BEGA. On Saturday 10th August. At tho Auction Blooms At 2 o'clock sharp. 2 Tons Eating and Seed Potatoes. including the following varieties. SATISFACTION : the best cropper in district. CARMEN'S : excellent seed or eating. UP-TO-DATE : prime seed or table pot ato, BROWNELLS a splcnaid sample. — Also — ' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Comprising- - Sideboard, 2 Dining Tables, Doubie Bed stead, Spring Mattress, 2 Overmantles, 6 Ohairs, Stove, Child's Cot, Child's Chair, First-class Dresser, Dinner Set, Tubs, 2 Bamboo Tables, Boiler, Saucepans, Frying Pa...

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A.H. & D.F. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

A.H. £ l.F. ASStCifltiM. C£fHE best meeting for nine years !' was the ^secretary's description of the annual meeting of the Candelo A.H. and D.F. Association held on Thurs day afternobr., when there were in attendance, Measrs H. P. Collins (chair), J. Byrnes (treasurer), A. Champneys, W. Miller, J. J. Mc Caffrey, T. Lucas, Thos. Heffernau, P. J. Heffernan, J. T. Collins, H. Golden, C. Bright, W. J. Collins, J. Britten, J. A. Gordon, W. J. Irvin, Geo. Porter, J. Scarvell, E. A. Blom field, Walter Collins, J. Coman, T. Robertson, J. F. Allen, E. H. Jea cocke, Dr. Candlish, R. E. Johnson, and Secretary A. O. Manns. The minutes of the previous annual meeting were read and confirmed. Annual Hi; pouts The Secretary read the Committee's Annual Report, and the Treasurer presented the Balance Sheet aid his finance report. (These will be pub lished in our next issue). The President moved the adoption of the reports, which he considered showed a very satisfactory state of affairs. ' Mr. Champn...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

'I HAVE NEVER FOUND THE EQUAL OF THIS MEDICINE.' h Well-known Writer g Writes About His Cure. I . | A REMEDY WHICH REPAIRS THE | LOSS OP TISSUE AFTER FEVER. 1 ? i After a severe attack of typhoid or 1 tropical fever the constitution takes a § long time to recover from the blow dealt | by the disease. All vital organs are | weakened, the springs of life have been 6a sapped, energy is lessened, the blood stream is poor, the nervous system shattered, and life has to be granted a new lease. Nature must be assisted in her battle to regain health. And there is one great blood purifier and nerve strengthener which always has a sooth ing, healthful effect upon the weakened constitution, which should be . In every sick room, Australian home, and travel ler's kit. This letter is from the pen of the well-known cosmopolitan journalist, se rial writer, and traveller, Mr. H. F. WICKHAM. who is also representative of tho Union S.S. Co,'s pictorial maga tini'. the 'R d Funnel,' and written to the C...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

Obituary. ^his community was shocked at the latter end of last week by the sad news of the death, at Coraki, of Mrs. Thos. Gates, who left Candelo with her husband some two years ago to reside up north. A few weeks ago Mrs. Gates gave birth to fine twin boys, weighing an aggregate of 28 pounds, supervening upon which came her untimely death. She leaves a husband and five children, including the motherless babes. During a long residence in Candelo Mrs Gates, who was a comparatively youug woman, endeared herself to all with whom she came in contact, and genuine sorrow has been spread- abroad by the sad event, and the deepest sympathy is expressed for the bereft husband, who is widely esteemed in the district, and his children. It is believed that Mr. Gates will return to Candelo, where his mother still resides.

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Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

Shfre council. J j£mlay Shire Council mot at Bdeu 011 Friday last. The full Council was present. The Council decided to offer uo ob jection to the proposed granting of a site for night soil depot on the per maneut. common for use of Bega Hospital. Notices were directed to be sent to occupiers of butchers shops that same must be brought up to and maintained according to the requirements of the ordinances. Tho shire engineer was appointed sanitary inspector and inspector of noxious weeds at a salary of £1 a month to take effect from the 1st instant. The following matters were also dealt with : — Request for repairs to Mt. Darragh road. — Staff too busily engaged on the main road at present. Dangerous tree in William Street, Candelo. — Permission granted to local residents to remove as requested. Approach to Kiah River and im pi'ovement to culvert at foot of Roan Horse Hill, South -Pambula. — Refer- red to the shire engineer. J. W. Comau's request for outlet — Referre 1 to the engineer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

t_©5 fSVM- TO MEASURE. til ' S ^llllllll' IF YOU WANT A WELL-TAILORED SUIT come to lEJgs. 1 A well-tailored suit will enhance the appearance of the wearer— and this in itself means ranch, for a — 9WAB.T APPEARANCE C0T71TTS A LOT WE impart to you a smart appearance by onr Smart Fitting Suit. They are made to onr orders by Expert Cutters— this is why we are so successful in giving fits that satisfy. These suits ore Pricefi f»i £2 ios ipwarfls. And the fit of the £2/10 suit is just as perfect as that^in the more expensive suit, but the finish is not so elaborate. ? ? ? I II I II I I I I ? ????????....nimii. Onr Long Experience, in this Branch of Our Business gives us Expert Knowledge , and this is why ive NEVER FAIL in turning tSI out Suits that Give Satisfaction. TROUSERS TO ORDER FROM 12s 6d UPWARDS.^®— i SQ 5 v- % - i & y ^ Ofsf, p -n §* -D o 0- i w % p # s m~ f p3 # o J et* ihfe S . :A ill £ ? a* n rf cn O P P 3 a ' O o ^BSlO S3 t*- —4\== -© i 0 i EL | j: . 2) ct ? H ® 2 § ...

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The Cinderella. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

Tfe€ CiMertilfl. ^ he Cinderella on Friday night last, was a splendid success, and a grand finale to the annual B.C. effort. The hall was crowded, but hardly up to j point of the previous year, when it will be remembered there was a tremendous Cinderella gathering. Nothing above last Friday's result, however, could be wished for, and a most enjoyable occasion eventuated. The numerous workers aud officials, whom we enumerated in last issue, were again in attendance in force, and exerted themselves for the pleasuro of | all, and all were pleased.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

STOPPED HOURS OF MISERY. ' The excruciating pains of rheumatism have caused me many hours of misery,' says Mrs. Jane Pierce, 1340 Sturt St., Ballarat, Vic. ? It seemed as though I would never get relief, then I started to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The first bottle showed tlin merits of the Balm. Now I apply hot fomentations and have the Balm well rubbed iu at the first ap pearance of paiu and it wards off what used to be days of misery for me.' Sold by all dealers in medicine.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

FRIGHTENED MOTHER. 'One day my little girl frightened me with an attack of coughing which I knew at once to be an attack of croup,' writes Mrs. R. E. Smith, 'Woyrallali,' Napier St., Ballarat, Vic. '-I just ran for a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and gave the child some with the result that she got relief at oncc and after the second dose all signs of croup disappeared.' Sold by all dealers in medicine. INSURE WITH THE Aisiraliin MitMl Fire Hsinice Sep., Sit, PITT & KING STREFiS, SYDNEY. Risks of FIRE, PERSONAL ACCIDENT, PL, ATE GLASS, LIVE STOTK, &c., covered at LOWEST RATE. R. E. JOHNSON, Agent CANDELO ^ OUR BIG 9MU3D - WIWTBB ^ /A If 75' A Drastic Clearance of Our Entire Stock. Prices Down to the very Depths. For 3 Weeks Only. ^fTsr^K^E want to greatly Reduce our Winter Stocks, and the most effective way to do ; this is to REDUCE PRICES very considerably. We can promise you the BIGGEST BARGAINS OF THE YEAR. | The Salo offers you the most desirable Mer- j _ ...

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Commons Trust. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 August 1912

(????as Trist. i in; regular monthly n.eeting of the Candelo Commons Trust was held at the School of Arts ou Monday night. There were present, Trustees P. A. Beresford (chair), L. Holzhauser, C. Johnson, and Secretary C. A. Green. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. C. Holzhauser, ranger, applied for auiucrease of 5s per week in his al lowance, owing to the high price of .hurse-feed and shoeing. The amount asked for would double the present allowance. The applicant said that in the e^ent of the Trustees not being able to grant an increase they were at liberty to call tenders for a new herds man. On the motion of Messrs Holz hauser and Johnson, it was decided that a special meeting be held on the 19th instant, at which the herdsman's application be dealt with. The Secretary drew attention to complications arising out of the monthly registration arrangement, and suggested that the public be notified iu the columns of the Rkcord that all stock mu:t be register...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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STOPPED HOURS OF MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

STOPPED HOURS OF MISERY. ' The excruciating pains ot rheumatism have caused me many hours of misery,' says Mrs. Jano Pierce, 1310 Sturt St., Ballarat, Vic. ' It seemed as though I would never get relief, then I started to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The first - bottle showed the merits of the Balm. Now I apply hot fomentatious and have the Balm well rubbed in at the first ap pearance of pain and it wards off what used to be days of misery for me.' Sold by all dealers in medicine. ? 'Pro Bono Pubuco' to the I^ditov: ' Meat lias been risen to an exhorbi tant price locally. The townspeople should make a point of being sure of the justification of this f&rticular move. ? [ attended the cattle sale on Saturday last, and 'found good em ditioned stock selling at quite moder ate prices. Not fat, ce'-tainly — but the meat' is not fat. Hoging yon will find space for this deduction.' ?Jack Johnson, the world's pug, when asked if he did not think he did not think he had demolished the ...

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Notes and Notions. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

Notes and Motions. The I. S. N. Co. have decided to make Jervis Bay a port of call. Parody for the times: Mary Lad a little 'amb — 'twas but a plate cr so, — but meat had riz to such a rste the bill quite broke her beau. Though mostly mild, he got quite riled, aud said, ltBy devil-dam! And, till the meat comes down a peg, cut tut the little lamb.'

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Hospital Opinions. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

Hospital oppis. At the conclusion of the Annual Meeiiug of Candelo Agricultural Society last week, Mr- T Robertson, Secretary Progress Committee, brought forward the question of a Cottage Hospital for Candelo. The Progress Association thought, tlie time had arrived when the town need ed and could support a Cottage Hos pital of its own. They had a site but it was deemed unsuitable, and it was proposed to exchange it for another. The Progress Committee had decide! upon a public meeting in connection with the matter, and his object in mentioning it there was merely to pick upon a suitable date. Mr. Blomfield (President of the Prnnrppcii (^nmmittfiel added that Mr. Wood had given them to understand that there would be i.o difficulty in procuring a suitable site. He thought it was time they made a move for the. establishment of a Hospital. Mr. H. P. Collins, as a Trustee of the Hospital site, said he would not place auy obstacle in the way of ex changing the site aud he believed all the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

Messrs Thos. Heffernan and John Pike have been gazetted trustees of the recreation ground at.Tantawanglo, area 222 acres, in lien of Mrs W. F. Ooman (deceased) and P. Heffernan (resigned). I Brown, Sharpe and Blacker report large yardings at Candelo on Saturday, every line being cleared. Fat Bull ocks £7, fat cows £4/17/6 to £5/6, store cows £1/7 to £2, yonng stores IS months £2/3/6, 15 mouths old Jersey heifers £2/6, poddy jersey heifers £[, Jersey springers and Jer seys with calves £4 1, to £5 7 6 Other lines were cleared ac full market rates. Prior to the marriage last week of Mi.ss Birdie Comnn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jno Coman of Bembokn, she was accorded a pleasing compliment in the form cf a linen tea, at which a number of Candelo friends were present. A musical programme and daucitig made it an enjoyable function, and there were numerous linen gifts. Messrs D. J. Heery, W.0- Allen. F. Collins, and W. Brown spoke in high terms of Miss Coman's good qualities, and wished her a...

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