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

Titfcrc. (From Our Correspondent!. iajECiPROCiTV in love, friondship, and business is beginning to thaw with an early Spring. Romeo and Juliet will soon be on the beach again, extracting the sweets of combine, whilst mater and pater will look on from a frater nal and business coign of vantage : book vour accommodation forthwith. Mi!. J. C. Beiil having sold the business of the Ocean View Hotel to Mrs Finch, a city lady, it may reason ably be conclusive that accommodation will be up to date. Madam takes possession I understand, this day week. Tim esteem we all have for Mr and Mrs Belli will travel with them in sincere desire for their prosperity, health, and happiness. If Jim shakes your hand, it means friendship, 'not a side show,' and to give emphasis to the fact, immortal William sentiment is in keeping — The friends thou hast, and their adop tion tried, Grapple them to thy heart with hoops of steel. Arriving from Sydney at o p.m. on Friday the S.S. Merimbula, having discharged a ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Farmers' Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

The Farmers' Polities. ? » ? HE lively discussion which ensued at last meeting of. Candelo Farmers' and Settlers' Association indicated an interesting dilemma as to the actual purport, of the political attitude taken up by the recent Conference of that body. The news has be.en spread abroad that the Conference '.tui-ned down the C mntry Party,' and allied itself with the Liberals— and there is apparently ample room to so interpret the political proceedings of the Con ference, inasmuch as a motion for the formation of an ''Independent Third Party' was rejected by the Conference. But, nevertheless, the report of the returned delegates puts somewhat of a different face on things. In the first place the articles of association dis tinctly affirm that the F.S.A. shall not ally itself to any party, organisation, or state — consequently there could be no alliance with the Liberal Party. And further, the delegates denounce the report that the Country Party was 'turned down,' as being due to...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

Tom.mt climbed up iu a tree after nests and eggs, Though mother often bade him not — lest he break his legs, Soon he started coming down with his pockets full, Waiting underneath for him, was an angry bull. Saw the bullock's cruel horn, didn't want his trousers torn, Stayed all night till early morn, by which time the bull was gone. Though he'd caught .jl frightful cold, .his judgment was mature, Quoth he, 'I'll soon get rid of that with Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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Herd-Testing. ASSOCIATION DECIDED UPON. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

? Bert-Testing. ASSOCIATION DECIDED UPON. J^T Saturday's nieetingof the Candelo Go-operative Dairy Company,- a pro posal for (he formation of a Herd Testing Association was brought up for diircussior, and considerable in t rest was manifested in the scheme. Tho Secretary, Mr. E. T. Boiler, sub mitted a suggested method of pro cerluie. drawn up by himself to suit local conditions, which provided that the membership fee be -:-s per annum ; that a fee of 2d per test bo charged cn all samples tested; that herds be tested monthly, at a time to suit the convenience of members; that the first sampling and weighing be car ried out by on officer appointed by the Association, and all subsequent sampling and weighing be entrusted to the members themselves, samples to be returned in bottles provided by the Association, together with records of weights and names or numbers of cows corre3ponding with the names or numbers of bottles, to.be tested at the fastory, the owner to be supplied with recor...

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Commons Trust. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

commons Trust. , , , t io, mi:i:tixg of the Commons Trus0 was held on Moi. day night when ther were present, Trustees A. P. Beresford (chair) L. llolzhauser, J. Dillon, C. Johnson, and Secre/avv C. A. Green. The application of the herdsman for an increase of 5/- a week was discus sed. Au rxnlanation was submitted to the effect that an error was made in the application. The desired in crease wa» 5/- a month. The Chairman was of opinion that the Trust could not grant any incriase out of the present state of the funds, and the matter should be left over until later. Mr. Dillon said he favoured a de cent wage, but if they p.iid a liiuh salary they would have to expect f.'ir closer attention to the common and tho interests of the Commoners. Mr. Holzhauser said he knew some who complained of missing stock from j the common had removed them. I On the motion of Messrs Dillon nnd | Johnson the matter was deferred t -? j next regular meeting. ! The matter of wire-neltiag 32 chains | between M...

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

WHOLE FAMILY STRICKEN DOWN. 'Influenza had my husband, self, and children all stricken down,' saya Mrs. Minnie Titter, Spring vale, near Wanganui, N.Z. 'We had tried several so-called cures but Chamberiain's Cough Eemedy was the means of putting .us right again. I would never think of being without a a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house now in case of emergency. | Sold by all dealers in medicine.

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Motive Power of Various Kinds. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

Motive Power of Various Kinds. ? A. ? ? ? L. Almost everybody engaged in rural pursuits requires motive power of some kind ; whether the plant be a steam engine and boiler or an oil engine is largely a matter of choice, but if wood and water aie plentiful a steam plaut is peneraily to be recom mended, as there is nothing to go wrong and everybody is more or less familiar with the properties of steam. Frequently the fuel costs little or nothing, as on many properties there is plenty of old fire wood, in fact properties- are improved by getting rid of this odd timber. Oil ergines of course are very reliable now as com pared with a few years ago, and where wood and water are scarce au oil engine has decided advantages. We have a large assortment of oil eugiuis both kerosene and benzine, in fact, the supplying cf motive power of all kinds is one of the leading lines in our business. Among the many purposes for which motive power is useful may be mentioned : To drive 'Alfa-L.ival'. Separ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

To the Editor. S|Iear Sir, — For several months, at frequeut iutorvals, the peace of the town has been disturbed by a poor, deluded, unfortunate oriental, whose ignorance is being cruelly exploited. Who is the offeuder ? To respectable people, it isn't the pleasantest sight in the world to see a fellow stagger ing along the street lugging ahorse and cart behind, neither is the hear ing of the brawling tones of the 'shikkered' one the sweetest mnsic Candelo can produce. To serve drink to one of this character, to say the least of it, is an act of meanness. Let me remind those concerned, or who should be concerned, that Jesus once uttered these terrible words — and he always meant what He said, — 'It must needs be that offences come but woe unto him by whom the offence cometh.' Trusting these lines will catch the eye of tbe interested and sincerely hoping that the necessary reform will be effected. Yours in the interest of peace, 'Wowser.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

AUCTIONS. BEMBOKA. BEMBOKA. MY NEXT SALE at Bemboka will be held At Maunders Yards. On Saturday, 14th September. igSp^Owners wishing to offer stock at the above sals kindly advise the auo tioneer early, — WM. BIXON — Auctioneer. BEGA. BEGA. On Saturday, 31st August. A t the Auction Rooms Unreserved Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE aiid Sundries. including Double Bedstaad and Mattress, 4 Single Bedsteads and Mattresses, Chairs, Safe, Tables, Camp Oven, Tubs, Buckets, Irons, Preserving Jars, Kettle, Saucepans, Washing Board, Sewing machine, and^Sundries. Child's Cot, Spring Streteher, Tubs, Shower Bath. Bamboo Tables, 12 Spirit Cask3 (large sizes), 12 Very Choice Muscovy Drakes; — Also — Prime Seed and Eating Potatoes, Thompson's Bacon. — WM. RIXON — Has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction as above. : Mogilla! Mogilla! GENUINE Clearance Sale of CHOICE SHORTHORN DAIRY COWS, DAIRY PLANT, PEDTGREE PIGS, BLOOD STOCK and SUNDRIES. On the Farm, Mogilla, On Monday, 16th September. At ...

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Our Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

Oup Open Column. [Our columns are freely open to public opinion on any question, but we desire it to be distinctly understood that the editor assumes no responsibilty for the opinions appearing under this heading, and the name of all correspondents must accompany all contributions to ensure their insertion, while we reserve the right to veto any part of a letter — Ed.]

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Local & General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

Locoe i Gmral. Stallion parade in Bega to-day. A Tourist Association is mooted in ?Eden. , . Mr. Eric Groves , has returned !o Candelo, and everybody hopes he has come to stay. Please note Wm. Rixon's attrac tive clearance sale on account c-f Messrs Alcock Bros., Mogilla. ? , The Candelo Methodist Orchestra figured conspicuously at au enjoyable entertainment held in connection with a sale of work at Bega on Wednesday night. She had a voice- like a siren, and when she sang ' Mid playsure- sar.d palaces, tho' heam a roam ; Be it averse oh wum bull there snow play sly comb,' there wasn't a dry eye in the room. Mr. J. Hyde, senr., o? Rocky Hall, ' who was recently bereft of his life partner, intends coming to reside with his son in Candelo district shortly. Said that Mr. Thos. Heffernan is a first-rate after-dinner speaker, and his oration at Mr: and Mrs. McGuin ness's farewell at Numbugga was an unusually thoughtful and apt discourse for such an occasion. A meeting of the Candelo Picni...

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Candelo Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

Cill@S® TaiiS £». v: ? ? ? .* 6 ''' '? '' JzL meeting was held in the School of Aits on Wednesday sfternoon for the purpose of forming a tenuis clnb. There were in attendance, Misses M. O'Connell, E. Morrow, M. Ryan, A. Morrow, and R. Collins, and Messrs E. H. G. Jeacocke, Dr. Candlish, J. Byrnes, T. Pike, C. Ginns, C. Ryan, L. Lazarus, will. Collins, and R. E. Johnson. Dr. Candlish was voted to the chair, and explained that apart from the benefit the school children were to derive from Mr. Jeacocke's efforts in renovating the court, it was thought desirable that a real live club be formed to utilise the advantages the conrt provided. Mr. jeacocke intimated that the court had been extended 12 feet, and he thought it would be ready for use in about a fortnight's time. He had sufficient fnnds in hand to Complete the work. He urged the formation a public club. The town would bene fit by the social advantages of a tennis club. It was decided, on the motion of Messrs Byrne's and Ginns, t...

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The Motor Transport Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

The Motop Transport Company. A well-attended genoral meeting of shareholders of the Candelo Co operative Dairy Co. on Tuesday unanimously decided to take shares in the proposed Compauy to establish a motor transport service to Eden. There were 19 suppliers present, and an aggregate of over 500 shares were applied for by the suppliers and the Company. The total aDDlication for shares in the Candelo district now exceeds 1,000, and if other localities to be served by the scheme respond reasonably the success- of the project is assured. Mr. Heerey, the promoter, attended the half-yearly meeting of share holders of West End Creamery on Saturday, and pat his proposal before them. It was decided to leave the matter in tho hands of the Directors, a special meeting of whom will be held at any early date to consider the question of supporting the pioposal. The Directors of Bemboka Dairy Co. have decided to convene an extra ordinary general meeting of share holders, at which they will recom me...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

jews w4 Notes. To prevent linen from turning yellow when stored away, wrap in dark bine paper. Mr. William Bramwell Booth, eld est son of the late General, has been appointed chief of thd Salvation Army. The German Emperor has sent a wreath in honor of 'General Booth's memory. An appalling cyclone effected much damage at Grenfell on Monday. The force of the thing may be imagined oy the fact that a man was blown through the window of a butcher's shop. Buildings went over like a pack of cards. A young man named Mullens, aged 19, son of Mrs. Mullens, of the Fed eral I Hotel, ^Nimitybelle, committed suicide at Dodd's' Hotel, Cooma, on Sunday night by drinking lysol. He ;hacTbeen drinking heavily. Girls ! Don't go untidy on tbe plea that everybody knows you. Don't oyer 'or under dress. Don't repeat 'gossip, even to interest a crowd. Don't believe that everybody else in world is happier than you are. And whatsoever ye would that men should do to yon, do ye even bo to them. On Satnrday las...

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Farewell Social at Numbugga. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

Farewell Social at ] Numbu^ga. A tremendous gathering of district people assembled at Numbugga on Wednesday night for the purpose of farewelling Mr. and Mrs. McGninness, who have been long resident of the locality, and now contemplate leaving the district. The widespread esteem in which they are held was marked by the occasion. The attendance was estimated at dUU people, Uandelo being well represented, and many were present from all parts of the district, including two motor loads from Bega. Mr. T. J. Bateman pre sided. Mr. McGuinness was pre sented with a travelling bag, and. Mrs. McGuinness .was the 'recipient of a handsome silver tea and coffee service. The presentations were made by Mr. W. Hauscombe. Highly eulogistic references were made of the many fine qualities which had given the guests the popular position they held throughout the community, the speakers being the Chairman, and Mr. Hanscombe, Mr. Thos. Heffernan (Candelo), Messrs. W. A. Smith and Cusack (Bega), and Mr. J. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

PjigsaB»WBaiB!fliaa8SBBi88aagasg«B«BB«»M8g«B«iM««a^^ || TIE 1EVD. JOHN HOSKING, D.D., | t| CoagregaUonal Minister, St. James CHurch, Fitzroy, \ I 1 ^p»BsaasBtM«e WRITES THIS EXCELLENT UNSOLICITED | | . ^ ^ ^ ^ TESTIMONY TO I I The following splendid tribute to this great nerve and brain tonic was I 5; received from the Re*. John Hosking, so well known as the officiating minister of the | I . Congregational Church, Fitzroy, Melbourne. Only the great benefit derived from | | H it* u«e, and the conviction that the public would obtain great benefit by this letter . fe | prompted the Rev. John Hosking to write. He is so well known as an earnest church 1 I worker, and respected by reason of his good work amongst his people, that any | ' C&J reference beyend that already received from the Australian press is unnecessary. 1 The letter hero published will therefore be read with interest and endorsed by thousands who have, I after being benefitetd, written in a similar manner: — 1 | T...

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Tantawanglo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

Tantawanglo. On Friday night last a real ding dong social eventuated in the Tauta wanglo hall in aid of the funds of the Church of England. The function was brightened with songs and other pleasing featnre-3, and the genera], programme provided reflected great credit upon the Secretaries, Messrs .bred Tapper and A. largett. About 40 couples attended, including visitors from Candelo, 'Cathcart, Bega and Bibbenluke. The proceeds amounted to about £8. The musie was supplied gratuitously by Misses M. Ryan, L. Tortice, E. Targett, M. Lowe, Miss Bulgaries, and Messrs Bulgaries, F. Bower, and Lowe. Rev. N. Gardner recited 'Murphy Shall not Sing To night,' and songs were rendered by Messrs F. Tapper and J. Heffernan, the items being much appreeiated, as was also a good step-daucing. exhibi tion by Messrs Lowe and F. Tapper. The visitors were thanked on behalf of the Tantawanglo people by Rev. Gardner, who said he hoped to be present at many another such gather ing, and complimented the orga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

Mill MBS, Li REGULAR MOTOR JEW®. MORUYA. CAE, leaves Bega Mid-day Thursdays, returning on Fridays. (This service connects with the Nowra Motor Service, and through passengers will arrive in Sydney at 6 o'clock Friday evening.) COOMA. CAK leaves BEGA 10 o'clock TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, returning WEDS, and SATURDAYS. BOMBALA. CAR leaves Cooma at 9.30 MONDAYS] and THURSDAYS, returning same day. KOSKIUSKO. DAILY SERVICE from COOMA,. running al ternate weeks. | i; For further particulars, apply A. O.MANNS, iSSSS. ; SADDLERY I - FANCY 0OOSS ! ? L fit . | ? You. ?-Want ; a ? m Good Saddle. j =| If ®You Want ' ^ a set of r Harness. i -m ' i — GO TO — * F- J. RYAN'S. - PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. ? :x: ? All the latest designs in Stationery, Toys, Books, '.School and Artists'lRe qaisites. 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. The Latest Fashion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

I The ILLAWARltA find SOUTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. ! Bars, Weather & other circumstance!: permitting : STEAMERS will LEAVE SYDNEY for BERMAGUI, TATHRA, MERIMBULA and EDEN on Mondays at 4- p.m. and Thurs days at 7 p.m. Leaving the above Ports for SYDNEY as follows — EDEN, at or about 7 a.m. von WEDNES DAYS and SATURDAYS. MERIMBULA, at or about 8 a.m. on WEDNESDAYS and SATU RDAYS. TATHRA, at or about Noon 'WEDNES DAYS and SATURDAYS.'* BERMAGUI, at or about 3 p.m. o.ti WED _ NESDAYS SATURDAYS. Subject to Alteration. D. J. M. SIM, General Manager

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

P- Morrow* DAIRY ENGINEER, PLUMBER, SLiid TINSMITH, Gaadels a&4 Bega. !-s SATISFACTION guaranteed ill all kinds Jt of Lathe Work, Brazing, and fitting up ' of Machinery. TANKS, MILK VATS, CANS, ctc., raado to Order at shortest notico, STAND AFD OILS for all purposes, and MO TOE SPIRITS stocked. — Agent for — The Famous ALFA-LAVAL SEPERATOR and the L-K-G MILKING MACHINE — also — The 'World-renowned B. & B, BICYCLES and 'TRIUMPH' MOTOR CYCLES, Duplicate Parts and Reimirs a specialty. 3 AIR Bressiag1. f» K MMMg. - SHARPE STREET CANDELO. COURTESY, CLEANLINESS, CIVILITY ARE THE WATCHWORDS j

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