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Rabbit Poison Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

RaMrit PoIsm Recipes. 1 J&i. A. Ciiami'Xky?, !Mannprer of Krtmeru ka, gives district farmers tho following recipes, with the hope f hat they will be found useful: — Phosphorus. — Two sticks of phos phorous, broken into small pieces, dis solved in about half a pickle bottle of '? carbon to stand ever night, and can§|| used next day — or one tin of Little Dri^ (phosphorus preparation) or Slayo, added to 3s gallons of water, ] pint gold-en syrup, molasses or honey, and 201bs of pollard. Mix well. Some times a bottle of strychnine fgroind fine to powder) in the place of phos phorus'(only- add about 2 pints of molasses - ri si - a tl of one) givis good results. Hun the cart so that the fur rows will lie sibont 10 chains -ipart, with one cross every now and pgain. .Just after rain is the best time to score. For p aces where the ran can not be used, r.se pellets of pollard, mixed as before mentioned, cut with a ' circulai knife info pieces the size of a pea (dust with dry pollard t...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sports Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

Sports Meeting. ^iik Committee! in connection with the forthcoming sports met. on Tues day night. There were present : Messrs W. Collins (chair), L. Lazarus, C. Ryan, J. Corbetf, J.-Hart, J. Coman, It. Jill I i.--, Ii. B. Ideifernen, J. Kennedy, and C. Greig. : v-. ! I Two tenders were: reeeived For th« right of rlie fruit-stall at the Sports, and bot h being for the s.irne amouut (l*2/6)r a ballot was t.-ikeh ,:nd Mr. C. A. Green was' the successful tender er. - The following appointments were made, subject to their acceptance : — Judges of Foot-running — Dr. Cand lish and Mr. H. P, Collins. Starter — Mr. J. T. Collins. Judges of Horse Events— Messrs E. A. Tarliuton. md A. AJcock. Gatekeepers — Messrs W.-' White and II. G. Hammond. Scouts — Messrs P. Wiley and L. Holzhauser. It was resolved to have a hot dinner on the ground and the ladies will be asked to provide. The Secretaries were authorised to procure 1 cwt of potatoes. The control of the various depart ments were allotted as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

COULDN'T SHAKE IT OFF. ' I was a long sufferer from severe colds on the chest, in fact was never free from them, until I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, ' says Edwaad P. Craig, 4-67 Nic holson Street, North Carlton, Victoria, 'In my opinion there is no more vahiable remedy known and I recommend it to everyone vvitli colds or chest complaint.' Sold by all dealers in medicine.

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"Alfa-Laval" Cream Separators. Their Great Simplicity. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

ScAlfa-Laval' Cream Separators. Their Great Simplicity. &LFA-L AVAii Cream Separators exce' all other separators not only in the thoroughness of separation, ease of running, and durability but also in simplicity. When replacing duplicate parts no fitting or adjusting is required as in most other machines, the dupli cate parts are so carefully and accur ately made that they cannot help go ing together alright. The 'Alfa- Lav'al' bowl is entirely taken to pieces in cleaning and the whole bowl is washed thorough!}' in a couple of minutes. Why, then, in the name of common sense should anybody who has use for a cream separator buy other than an Alfa-Laval ? Dairymen who have made the mistake of buying other makes of cream separator should discard the use uf same as quickly as possible, aud buy a modern 'Alfa- Laval' machine. As far as cream separators are concerned all dairymen can safely pin their faith to the uni versally respected and time honoured Alfa-Laval Separator, It wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

The rose is read, the violets I lue, Her nose is of a ruddy hue ; Puffed are her eyes, aud her poor head Is heavy as a lunrjj of lead. A score of handkerchiefs she uses Tries mustard plasters, but abuses The knowledge that she can procure Relief in Woods' Great Peppermint Cnro.

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Farmers' & Settlers'. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

Farmers' $ settlers'. ^ mtjkting of the Candslo F. and S. Association was held on Saturday afternoon, when there were present: Mr. P. ,T. Heffernan (chair), T. Glenn, J. F. Allen, R. Wilson, Geo. Porter, H. P. Collins, A. Solomcn, J. T. Col lins,' W. J. Irvin, W. A. Grant, T. Heffernan, F. Tapper, and Secretary Geo. Alcock. The miuntes of the previons meet ing were read and confirmed. Mr. Alcock, a delegate to the F.S.A. Conference, in a verbal report on its deliberations drew attention to the fact that the Conference had been en tirely misrepresented to the public as to its political attitude. There was no 'turning dowu' of the Country Party, and there was no alliance with the Liberal Party as reported. There was not a dozen men at the Confer ence who favored an alliance with the Liberals, and the Executive had now no power to ally themselves with any party, but political action was left en tirely to the various branches, which were free to run a country party can didate if they de...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

OUR BIG TE/g-jrjra = WIW'K'EIS | ' ciiw. A Drastic Clearance of Our Entire Stock. Prices Down to the very Depths. For 3 Weeks Only. . | ? -§T\57?S^E Tiint to greatly Reduce our Winter j ? Stocks, and the lliost effective way to do 1 this is to REDUCE PRICES very considerably. ? : . We can promise you the BIGGEST BARGAINS OF THE YEAR. The Sale offers you the, most desirable Mer- I 2 i chaudise at NEXT-T0-N0THING PRICES; Great , \ Eductions in every .Department.- The BARGAINS ? | ^'are MANY and REAL:: ;/' V - | ; SPECIAL REDUCTIONS in Gents' Tweed .' Overcoats, Oilskins, Horse Rugs, Buggy and Travel | ' ling Rugs, and Blankets. ,, - I BE AMONG THE WIS.3 ONES arid, join the j crowds that will take advantage of our MONEY SAVING PRICES. | M. Lazarus and Sons - FLeducerSo P. Beresfcird,^ ^ THE PEOPLE'S POPULAR BUTCHER, ^ ® William Street, CANDELO * Only the Primest Bullocks and Sheep Slaughtered. Small Goods.a Speciality. . . . Families waited on Daily. . . . Country Orders promptly atten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

Mil KIIK, IB. REGULAR MOTOR SERVICES. MORUYA. CAll leaves Bega Mid-day Tji uusdays, returning 011 Fridays. (This service connects with the INowra Motoi- Service, and through passengers will arrive in Sydney at (- o'clock Friday evening.) COOMA. ' CAK leaves BEGA 10 o'clock TUESDAYS and ' FRIDAYS, returning WEDS, and SATURDAYS. BOMBALA. CAll leaves Cooma at 9.30 MONDAYS., and THURSDAYS, returning same day. KOSKIUSKO. DAILY SERVICE from COOMA, running al ternate weeks. Eor further particulars, apply A. O.MANNS, iSSS' SADDLERY ! - FANCY GOODS ! ii . 'm _ii-_ - if r ?? lf Saddle. |j | Harness. I' m = fj !; ? i! - GO TO - n W _ . - F. J. RYAN'S. ? PRICE ANI) QUALITY GUAR ANTEED. ? :x: ? All the latest designs in Stntionovy, Toys, Books, School and Artists' Re- quisites. A Choice Assortment of Suitable Birthday Books and Presents, and many other lines to numerous to particularize. A cordial invitation is extended to all to call and ''nspect the above lines. ' The Latest Fashion journals, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

Bovs Terrible Burns Healed. ? « ? Matteiy Sores on Girl's Arm Cured. A Mother's praises for Zam Buk. Mrs. M. Bowman, of 23, Roberfcs'ou bfcreet, East ? Perth, W. A., says: — 'My little girl Dolly had small pim ples form on her arm which gradually merged together, ultimately forming a mass of watery sores. The irrit ation was great and made her very cross; she used to keep me awake at night through trying to get the ban dage off to get at the affected surface. Matter oozed out continually and sat urated the bandages, and the way she suffered was most distressing to wit ness. 'Hearing the splendid cures by Zam Buk, I secured some aud applied it to the diseased area night and morning. The first few applications eased the irritation and withdrew all bad mat ter. The inflammation soon subsided, and the watery condition was not near so bad. Zam-Buk was applied reg ularly until all rawness disappeared, leaving the surface soft, clear and healthy. Since it was cured by Zam Buk thers has not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

jeXCELLEfJOE & EOONOiTgM BROOCHES. I No. 991. — 9ct. Gold Fancy Brooch, with Hu:i Drop. \ 5,6. 0 INn. 9S5.- 9ct G -ld Ear and Heart Floral L.io--.h, 6,-. j No 990.— 9cf. ' rid Bar a»-d Circ'c . j Brooc i, s-.-t Cornet Centre. 5,-. ? - . ^ t^T — ?' 1 - ? ' ? No. 95^ 9c',\. --a.r and Rirl B ooch, w.i.i t iic i »-__. st I urvjuoi or Uar .tt U.vip. U,(i. 'ct. Gold Brooch, set Wearls and 'J urquoise. i„/6. Stni for Jewellery PRICE LliT, Pest F ee en nqu st j POSTAIE EXlliA. llSP' 9c ? Go -1 iirooch set l*e » is and Peri d .its. 17 fc-. ~'9C*- Goli Fancy Bar and Circ c Brooch, with Garnet in Centre, 6;-. No 5-9l — °c. Go!d Bar and | Heait Brooch, set with Gar - | j net LLup, J/6. I i- N*o 97H.— 9ct. Go d Bar and Heart Brooch, 4,6. [ANTHONY HOR0SON & SONS, j New Palace t'/o».'nn Sf?iOKFiELO HILL. SYDNEY, j | B^K!M6 POWDER] |40YWK5 REPUT/WI | 1 ' (Selling Agents only) 1 I Fat Stock, Wool & Butchers8 Produc® I 1 FURRED And 1 I SKINS, r^IWlO CALVES I I Expert Handling'...

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

News in Nttes. The only trouble that the sunny tempered girl bas is the outcome of her popularity. Two trappers at Gunning consigned 80 fox skins to Syduey, for which they received £40. The fellow who does a good turn and then brags about it is like the cow that gives a big bucket of milk and then kicks it over. - Mr. Weld Wren son of Mr. W. W. Wren, of Tarragauda, was married in Syduey the other day to Miss Lucy Garrett, of Hunters Hill. A Parisian gent, has invented a lady's dress that can be made in half an hour. Now he is looking for a lady that will wear it for half a rain ute. Wyndham correspondent, to the 'Voice' thusly: — I nearly forgot to ask whether your cooking receipts, published iu Inst issue, are intended for a human being or an emu, as I think the cup cake would want| the digestion power of the emu. 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, 'Woyrallah,' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

JgEGA A., P., and II. SOCIETY. Major Sanderson, M R.C.V.S., of the Stock Branch of the Department of Agriculture, will be u attendance at the Bega Showground, for the purpose of ex amining Stallions for the Government Cer lificate, on SATURDAY, 31st AUGUST, at 10 a.m. Owners will please note that only Certificated Stallions are eligiole to com pete at Agricultural Shows. At 7. 30 on the same evening, at Besa School of Arts, Major Sanderson will de liver a Lecture on 'The Tieatment of Wounds and Colic in Horses.' W. A. ZINGEL, Sucre tary. CANDELO Dressmaking & Millinery Classes THE next term of the CANDELO Dress making and Millinery Classes will be gin on TUESDAY, 20Tn AUGUST, when intending students are requestsd to enrol. These classes meet in the SCHOOL OF ARTS on Tuesdays from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m and from 2 to 4 p. m. The fees, which are payable in advance, are 15/ per term for one lesson a week and 25/- per term for two lessons a week in either subject. Farther particular...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

P. Morrow,! DAIRY ENGINEER, PLUMBER, and TINSMITH. Candelo and, Bega. SATISFACTION guaranteed in ail kinds of Lathe Work, Brazing, -and fitting up ' Machinery. ] TANKS, MILK VATS, CANS, etc., nade j to Order at shortest uotica, I l| STANDARD OILS for all purposes, and ! MOTOR SPIRITS stocked. j — Agent for— The Famous ALFA-LAVAL SEPERATOR ! and the L-K-G MILKING MACHINE — also — The World-re.i owned H. & B, BICYCLES and -'TRIUMPH' MOTOR CYCLES, Duplicate Parts and Repairs a specialty. iiAIP. Dressiag. j ' f , 2, -iaiAHS, SHARPE STREM1 CANDELO. COURTESY, CLEANLINESS, CIVILITY ! | ARE THE WATCHWORDS It cmarelt services. [ j^/JASS will be celebrated as under — Candelo, every second Sunday at 11. .). J.GUNNlNG. P. P. CJiiurciH --J Ensland KAMERUKA PARISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be held as nn der— AUGUST. 18th — Woluuila 3, Candulo 7 30 25th — Tantawanglo II, Kauierulca 3, Candelo 7.30 Week-night Services.. 23rd— Mr. J. Ramsay's 7.30 27th — Niagara 7.30 Rev. N. W. GARDNER. Aus) J iY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

.Qf'#fT'.Q;T 0 MEASURE. j||f J||r ^SSggffiPr O'WOOWS'd'S'C'OOOOOOO v3^/l\ IF YOU WANT A W KLL-TAILORKD ;SU1T' / i rr. us. \ i,. |[) A well-tailored suit will enhance the appearance of the -. n. Ji J weaver — and this in itself means much, for a — \/3- W SMART APPEAHATOE COUNTS A LOT \ . WE impart to you a smart appearance by our Smart Fitting Suit. \ I They are made to our Orders by Expert Cutters — this is why we ? J\ are so successful in giving fits that satisfy. , Jf , j These Suits are Priced from £2 10s Upwards. I And the fit of the £2/10 suit is just as perfect as that^in the more - I expensive snit, but the finish is not so elaborate. ' ?' ll i A Our Long Experience in this BranclfofOiir f§\- W-- Business gives us ExpevkxKnowleclge, -mM m this is why UwNEVE'R FAIL in turning Z -M out Suits that Give Satisfaction. TROUSERS TO ORDER FROM 12s 6d UPWARDS.^®*— ||| ' ||p w i 5Q * % 5 3 t 3 $ Of? ffco' j .rt. £ G g. ^ 1 CP !-D ® Cf- i at t c+ t $ $ S i i— 5 © iM 13 fVVWWVW it ; - 1 ...

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Local & General [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 August 1912

Local & General Mksshs Mdrphy & Collins wants a store innd. Wkdnesday, llt.li September, has been jzmnted a public holiday in Can delo, uii account of the Sports. Miss Grace Phillips ha^ been a p^- pointbd librarian and Secretary of Be^a School of Arts. Miss Bertha Holzhauser left on Wednesday for a short visit to the city. Mkssrs Eric aud Dolph Groves took their ilrparture for Sydney on Mon day. . Mrs James Stewart, a very old aud respected resident of Cathcart, died on Wednesday The management of the School of Arts Skating Rink announce in another column an attractive event for next. Thursday night, iu the form of a skating carnival. The public have beeu looking forward to 'the carnival,' aud a notable occasion is anticipated. Messrs A.O. Manns, T. Robertson, and W. BYaser are_away up the coast, on the trail, we understand of the latter's race mare, Stitch-in-time. Local farmers are turning the sod at high ptessure just now. Godspeed the plcugh ! 1 Mr. Charlie McCa...

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WOLUMLA FAVORABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

WOLUMLA FAVORABLE. On Wednesday afternoon a special meeting of the Directors of Wolumla Sou^h Co-operative Co. was held for the purpose of hearing Mr.' Heerey 's motor transport proposal. Mr. Heerey was present and explained his project, and the Directors unanimous ly exnressed their annrovnl. A reso lution was passed calling an extra ordinary ge.ieral meeting of the share holders for Saturday, 31st, to consider the advisability of purchasing shares in the proposed Company, the Direc tors agreeing to recommend to the meeting that a block of shares be secured. Mr. Heerey will attend the half yearly meeting of the West Eud .Fac tory this afternoon. He reports very encouraging applications for shares wherever he has been.

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Motor Transport. A COMPANY MOOTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

Motor Transport. A COMPANY MOOTED. Jsj the conclusion of the ordinary business of the meeting of Candelo Co-operative Dairy Co. on Saturday, (be Chairman (Mr. Tlios. Heffernan) introduced Mr. J. C. Heerey, who was present with the object of form ing a company to establish a motor trauspoit service to, the port of Eden, and wished to put his project before the meeting. Mr. Heerey said lie had met many of those present, thongh a comparative stranger in the district. The idea with which he was now engaging himself wrs suggested to him some few weeks ago by n conversion with their Chairman, who had spoken to him concerning the many difficulties they had to meet by reason of unsatis factory means of transport, and finally he conceived the idea of motor transport. He had observed the operation of motor companies in other countries, and found they worked ad mirably. He had given due thought to the prospects of motor transport here, and was now prepared to form a Company if he could get. th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

INSUl-K WITH THE Msfralii® Mutual Fire lnsirffip.ee §cif., IM., PITT it 1C I X 1 i ST'tliES, SYDNEY. K. E. JOi'3 NHON, Agent CANDELO I THE E Rev. J. HQSKING I Minister of the j I GONGREGATI0NAL I I I MISSION CHURCH, . I Fitzroy, Melbourne. 3 || Sends his opinion of j| I ..pi _.j m ' ??? .i- -?''-J 'I was recommended to I try Clements Tonic. I I was completely run down, suffered from nervous I prostration, with insomnia | and severe headaches. I j had spent much money on I medicines to no purpose. j ! ' One bottle put me right t ; and was worth its weight in \ gold. ji ! 'I recommend this medi cine strongly. ( Signed) JOHN HOSKING.' The Rev. J. HOSKING, D.D., is known as an earnest church worker, and his testimony to CLEMENTSTONIC was sent for the good it might do. This 'medicine is certain in its effects on run- I down or irritated nerves, and quickly relieves Biliousness, Weakness, Loss of | Sleep, Poor Appetite, Constipation and Indigestion. ALL CHEMISTS ar.d | STORES SELL IT, p L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

When You Drink a. medicine said £v bevei'age s-.t the ssane time you Exre consurn j ing WO? PF'S ' | ^ ' | its action on the sect* ei- j | ive - organs is Evt on.ee i | stimulative e-. emotive j The Standard Family Medicine Throughout Australasia Dr. -Morse's Indian Root Pills are a household re medy, ;md the antidote for all general ailments. in thousands of homes the little amber bottio is the sole? medicine -7- - -- chest, for whatever the coni]-laint, the mm bowels must be kept lijlisfil free, and the pro cess by which the Blood is purified 'iff D? yf\A must be stimulated ?& v»nRSf'o il to throw off the poi L, W* CS j sons in t])e ^loo.l, ti DIRECTIONS | j which is the cause ti Si™?™ I j disease, and Br m«u piu cmouru ;j! many a sc-rious ill Pi- 'IT/jiT™' ?' ness 1-la.v 1)0 pre Pi hki nhi-.r. If 1 1 1 .*? „m,,„ nnn* J-l vented by the tnne || INDIAN ROOT I ly_ use of titese . pii | n |'i Pills, cliecking the |l ] (j disease in its pri ifi ? ? __j| ]b) mary stage. Dr. -£sd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

Bill ME, 1111. REGULAR MCTCH SEE7ICE1 MORUYA. CAR. leaves Bega Mid-day Thursdays, returning on Embays. (This service connects with the Nowra Motor Service, and through passengers will arrive in Sydney at 6 o'clock Eridav evening.) COOMA. CAli leaves BEGA 10 o'clock TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, returning WEDS, and SATURDAYS. BOMBALA. CAll leaves Cooma at 9.30 MONDAYS_, and THURSDAYS, returning same day. KOSKIUSKO. DAILY SERVICE from COOMA, running al ternate weeks. Eor further particulars, apply A.Q.MANNS, IgSSS.. SADDLEEY ! - FANCY GOODS ! _!? ___Ji ? li if , ^ I If a ^ ^ a se^ Saddle. ! Harness. ™ !? m li - GO TO - -- F. J. RYHN'S. - - --»► — ? price an d Quality g uakanteed. — ? :x; ? All the latest designs in Stationery, Toys, Books, School and Artists'iRe quisites. £-^5 A Choice Assortment of Suitable Birthday Books and Presents, and many other lines to numerous to particularize. A cordial invitation is extended to all to call and inspect the above lines. j- : ' ? ^ 3jai/iv; _ The Late...

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