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A New Firm. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

k New Fin. V As will be noticed by advertisement in this issue, Messrs W. I. Brown, R. Sharp, and O. H. Blacker, have started business in this district as auctioneers, valuators and general commission agents. This firm should meet with big success, each member having a Iire loug experience of the district. Mr. W. I. Brown's reputation as a salesman is too well-known in this district to need comment. He has frequently, been mentioned as the best salesman out of Sydney. Mr. R. Sharpe for many years conducted a very large auctioneer ing business in Bega and Candelo, besides having a great experience of the markets of the Commonwealth. His reputation as a judge of stock is such that his services have always been in demand for shows throughout the State. . Mr. O. H. Blacker has lived in the distinct all his life, and has been oue of the largest dealers and graziers in this district.*

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The Fell Reaper. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

[?] On Tuesday evening Candelo and district lost one of its oldest residents in the person of Mrs. Fitzpatrick, seur., who died suddenly at the age of 83 years. Mrs. Fitzpatrick had been ailing for a considerable time but her death was unexpected, bhe was a native or Australia, being born near Moss Vale. For the past 15 years she has been a resident of Caudelo, and for many years previous to that she lived with her husband on Kameruka Estate, and later in Bega ; so she was a very old district identity indeed. The deceased leaves 'a large family of stalwart sons and daughters, five sons and seven daughters, and a very large number of grandchildren. Her life was a useful one, and engaged in 'much of the real pioneering of the country. The funeral took place on Thursday, the Rev. N. W. Gardiner officiating at the graveside. The funeral arrangements were in the hands of Mr. J. Ryan. The Record extends its sympathy for the bereaved.

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

News and Notes. Mr. E. G. Ward is still improving, and hopes soon to be ont for a drive. # # # Latest report from Mr. Goldberg is [f that liis little child is progressing; well. # # # The Bega Town Clerk will receive tenders nr- till Tuesday next for 500 ? 'yards of 2-in metal. ?v * * # The football^js'-rw«iial ne^ iQ ^he School of Arls on Wednesday night ?was fairly well attended and all enjoyed SSk themselves immensely. IP * * * SKATING- will take place in the Agricultural Hall on 'Wednesday night - of next week. — G. P. Vernon promot er.* # * * By advertisement in this issne a lady's brown Marmot fur has been lost. The finder is requested to return same to Mrs. F. J. Ryan. * # # Hox. W. H. Wood will address the electors in trie scnooi or .arrs on iuou day next, at 8 p.m. 'Nough said. A crowd is a certainty. * * * The writs will he issued 30 days be fore the election, so that those who don't get their names on the roll within the uext ten days will lose their vote. * * * By the co...

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The Pure Food Act. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

The Pure Food Act. To the Editor. Sir,— The far reaching character of the above Act does not appear to Ue gener al ly recognised. Many people ima»ufie that the manufacturer is aloue liaWe for breaches of the drastic provisions of the Act and Regulations, but some recent prosecntions show that the innocent ^so tar as intent is concerned) vendor is liable equally with the real offender against public health. ^ Country storekeepers may be offering-^ for sale well known brauds of good's which yet render them liable to heavy penalties, and even the neglect to exhibit certain regulations will leave them open to a penalty not exceeding £20. Every person who deals in foods of any kind intended for human consump tion should make himself acquainted with the law, and thus prevent unpleasant surprises. Yours etc. H. C. BRIERLEY, F. C. P. A.

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday. The award of the Hague Interna tional Tribunal with regard to the New Foundland Fisheries is a substantial victory for Great Britain and settles a long-standing cause of friction between England and America. Great rains have fallen throughout the central and northern parts of Austria and many districts are inun dated. 250 houses have collapsed, rail ways are submerged, and bridges de stroyed. Great floods are occurring in Japan. The cities of Osaka and Kobe are thx^eatened with destruction, as the river banks are collapsing.

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

TELEGRAMS. Sydney. Friday. Eggs, to 9J ; Butter, 97s to 109s ; Cheese, to 8d ; Hens, 3d 9d to 4s 6d ; Roosters, 4s to 6s. Mr. Wade, speaking at Cootamundra, condemned in the strongest possible term, the campaigu of dirt and abuse which was benig waged around Sydney in connection with the elections. A member of a deputation introduced to Mr. ^Fisher in respect to the Land Tax, declares that the latter's demeanor gave them the impression that he re garded the members of the deputation as a pack of fools. The steamer Lymeric, en l'oute from Calcutta to Newcastle, grounded near Hannibal Island off the Queensland coast on the 3rd inst. Efforts to refloat the vessel were unsuccessful, but she is in no immediate danger. Since 1901 the cost of Government in N.S.W. has fallen from £4 6s 7d per capita to £3 11s 4^. At the annual session of the Australian Protestant Defence Association in Mel bourne, the Rev. Henry Gaiuford, of South Australia, stated that notices were posted in the porches of...

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Austin Chapman on the Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

Atisfisi citapiaii^i fue The Federal Capital matter is again euga»in£ public and Parliamentary attention. When the question was last before Parliament, onr Federal Member the Hon. Austin Chapman, made a very strenuous speech (which was said to be the Lest he ever delivered in Pailia meut). Unfortunately he collapsed shortly afterwards, and has Le;n practically invalided since. The speech he made then occupied many pages of 'Hansard' and the following is a copy of his peroration describing what he believed the future Capital City wonld be. He said : — At all events 1 wish as tar as L am personally concerned to absolutely deny the statement that I am interested in the selection of Dalgety. As a matter of fact, all my interests are centred round Canberra. The selection of that site would pat money iuto my own pocket and thousands of pounds into the pockets of ray relatives. That Heine- so. honorable members mav imagine how deeply I feel the insinua tion that I am directly interested in...

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

Tltiiip ii General. The State elections are to take place on Friday, 14th October. ' , # * # A couple of years ago a property at Guunedah was Dought for £2500, and the other day it was sold for £16,000. Cardinal Morau will be 80 years of age next Friday. * * * . Crippen declares that Ethel Le Neve knew nothing of the nmrder. * * * In commemoration of the annexation o£ Korea to Japan, the Japanese have released 1000 prisoners in Korea. * * # Tlio Sydney Labor Council has appointed a deputation to wait on the Premier to ask that election day be granted as a public holiday. * # * At Harvard aerial meeting, Boston,. 44 machines were in the air simul taneously. One aviator experienced a fall but was uninjured. * # # The compulsory Saturday half ' holiday will take effect as from Saturday, October 22. * * * The education authorities at Chicago have decided that Japauese and Chinese children are eligible to attend white schools. * # # Among widely-approved South African suggestions for a s...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

£OIT€SpOSIfll53l€€. Our columns are open to the public for expressions of opinion on any question of interest, but we do not necessarily id^uify ourselves with the opinions of correspondents.- Ed. RECORD.

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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

[?] ? e ? Tug Hon. Austin Chapman sends us copies of Departmental correspondence directed to him from which we take the following information : — The communication from Mr. M. Flanagan, Rockton, asking for in creased frequency or service on the Bornbala-Rockton mail service, is under consideration and Mr. Chapman will receive a further communication res peetiug it as soon as a decision is ar riyed at. Mr. J. Scott's (Secretary Yambulla Progress Association) application for more direct telephonic communication between Yambulla and Fdeu, is being considered. An application from the Secretary of the Mount Darragh (via Cathcart) Settlers' Progress Association (Mr. J. Chisholm) for the esiablishmenl of a Receiviug Office at Mount Darragb, and a weekly mail service between that place aud Cathcart, is under considera tion aud further communication will be sent. Mr. T. P. Shelley's application for telephonic communication between Towamba and Eden via Kiah is also beiug considered. ?With ref...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE APPROACH OF SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

THE APPROACH -OF SPRING. 'With the near approach of Spring all ... dairy farmers -.are recommended to carefully ex amine there Cream Separators and refit their machines with the necessary new duplicate \ pa)?ts. Also,fif the bowl requires' re balancing or any other repairs, we can lend a bowl to: enable the bowl in the machine to be sent to us for repair. 'We respectfully ask our numerous customers not to wait until the last minute before having there separators overhauled, and so avoid any delay on our part which may possibly occur, if -everything^ is left over until our busy, season sets in. 'We have duplicate parts in stock for every '?' Alf a-Laval ' separator ever sold by us, even if the machine has been in jise twenty years or more. The question of being able to obtain duplicate parts does not receive the consideration it should. Many people have bought odd outside makes of Cream Separ ators and when duplicate parts are needed it has not been pos sible to obtain them and conse...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Queen Victoria and Women's Rights. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

aura victoria tssia Women's .tipis. — « — — Just now, when the question of Woman Suffrage is uppermost in England, it is interesting to recall the attitude of the late Queen Victoria towards the subject 40 years ago. Although herself an il lustration of the capacity of women to engage in public affairs, she was em phatically not in favor of what used to De generally termed in those days 'Women's Rights.' It was in 1870 that the appearance of a certain aristo cratic young matron, who had then made her first platform political ap pearance, drew forth the following pro test from the Queen : ' The Queen is most anxious to enlist everyone who can speak or write to join in checking this mad, wicked folly of ' Women's Rights,' with all its attendant horrors, upon which her poor feeble sex is bent, forgetting every sense of womanly feeling aud proprietry. Lady ? ought to get a ' good whipping.' It is a subject that makes the Queen so furious that she cannot contain herself.' What would Quee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Option Campaign. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

[?] ...... y ? Wk havehad local option in New South Wales since the passing of the Liquor (Amendment) Act in 1905. The only vote taken so far was on September 10, 1907. The poll is held at every State general election, unless that takes place within 18 months from the date of the last one. The next vote will be held this year. Both sides say they are confideut, but both are getting ready for a vigorous campaign. And both say they have nothing to do with party politics. Three issues are raised by the Act : A man (or woman) may vote for contiunance, or redaction, or no-license. The votes are counted for each elector ate, not for the State. In any electorate if continuance is ? carried there will be no change. The number of licenses will continue the same. They cannot be increased except by application on the ground of increase in population. If reduction is carried, a special . court, consisting of a judge and two chairmen of licensing benches, will decide what bars are to be closed. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

Baby Covered with Eczema. ? * ? DELIRIOUS WITH PAIN— . MOTHER DISTRACTED. Another Striking Zam-Buk Cure. Mrs. Annie Seidel, Buckingham Street, Redfern, Sydney, says: — When my little daughter, now seven, was two years of age, a nasty rash broke out on her, which developed into dry, scaly eczema. The disease first started at the back of her shoulder, and soon spread over the whole of her body. She soon was in an awful state, and the irritation and itch ing seemed to send her out of her mind. One night she scratched herself until she- became delirious with the agonising pain and burning sensation. ''This state of things con tinned for folly five months, dariDg which time she was under doctors' treatment. No amount of attention or prescribing, how ever, did the least good, but seemed to aggravate the trouble, and she became terribly cross. The child's crying fits, which nothing could soothe, were dis tracting. 'At last I obtained a supply of Zam Bnk and commenced using.it. In Ies3 than...

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Mixed Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

MiMfl items. ? o ? . When crippen, the alleged wife mur derer, was arrested, the following note, addressed to Miss Le Neve, vas found in his pocket : 'I cannot stand any longer the horror through which I have gone every night. I have made up my mind to jump overboard. My money has run out. I know I rave spoiled your life, but I hope that some day you will forgive me.' * * * LET IT BE KNOWN. The widest publicity should be given to the fact that summer diarrhoea and dysen tery can be cured by the judicious use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It never fails. When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take, which is important when the niedicino must be given to small children. Sold by all dealers in medicine.* # * * The Liberal party has been rooting in the political graveyard for candi dates, and there is a great rattling of rusty bones and bursting open of coffins. The political dead, however, take a lot of resurrecting, and Labor smiles when it read...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

PROMINENT i NURSES RECOMMEND CLEMENTS ' TONIC TO ANAEMIC NERVE-WRECKED WOMEN If there is one place where c good nerve and Jtrength-recuperating medicine is required it is in the tick loom. After any severe attacks of illness, a patient requires a reliable medicine to assist in regaining strength and health. Nurse Jamieson also declares that to be her experience of the use of Clements Tonic. She writes from Macleay-street, Potts Point, Sydney, N.S.Wales. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD.: 'I have. had considerable study of wasting diseases and convalescent cases after severe attacks of fever, diphtheria, accidents, nervous break down (through business worries), insomnia or intemperance. I have often seen the direct result of Clem ents Tonic in many instances, and have found marked improvement re sulting in the restoration of nerve force, healthy appetites and perfect rest. Clements Tonic is undoubtedly a medicine the convalescent invalid may use with benefit, as well as the man or woman who may be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

Itching Piles. ? ? ? A MINER'S SPLENDID CURE BY BILE BEANS. 'Through working in wet mines I contracted that agonising complaint, itching piles;' says Mr. D. Jones, of Baker Street, Casino, N.S.W. 'The intense irritating aud itching caused me to suffer acutely, and deprived me of many hours of rest. This complaint had a terrible effect on my general health, and soon I was induced to an awful state. I tried first one thing and. then another, but nothing gave me any relief. I was sick of experimenting with useless remedies. Acting on the advice of a friend I purchased a supply of Bile Beans and commenced taking them. This splendid remedy soon gave me ease. The irritation and itching became less severe, aud by continuing with Bile Beans I soon got rid of the awfnl piles. It is twelve months ago since Bile Beans cured me, and there has been no signs of the piles returning, and I am perfectly satisfied that the cure is per manent. I always keep a supply of Bile Beaus on hand.' Bile Beans ...

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Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

? ?* ? Mr. B. R. Wish ccnclndes a ieetnre on ?'The First Ten Years of Federation' a; follows:— 'The greatest benefit we have received from union is the en largement of our mental horizon. Oar lives are wider; our ideals higher; and onr opportunities many times greater luttii ui lue oiu provincial davs. The inspiring ideal of Australia is slowly but surely takiug the place of a paro chial patriotism. We fought hard to win union ; the duty is yonrs to main tain aud strengthen what we gave you. All I would urge is that when the time comes for you to vote on any referen dum the inclination of your mind should bn towards Australia, and that in any matter of doubt you should place Australia first. New South Wales is a great State. Sydney is a great city. But Australia is greater than both. You can never do justice even to your patriotism for your native State, until [ j you begin to think in continents. I shall be well content if the simple nar- *' rative I have tried to tell, without orn...

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The Liberal Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

Tie UMral Poilq. ? ? * If the Liberal Party are returned to power, they set ont the following as their programme: — ? Liberal and vigorous administration to promote settlement on the soil, by — (1) Providing railway facilities for, and throwing open, the large areas of Crown lands in the Pillaga and Hill ston-Lake Cndgellico-Wyalong dis tricts. ._--- (2) Resuming and snbdividing large estates; (3) Encouraging the private snbdivis- d ion of large estates under Govern ment closer settlement conditions. (4) Financing gronp settlements on privately purchased holdings. (5) Maintaining the stringent provis ions against the re-aggregation of estates established by the Liberal Government. (6) Asserting the principle of freehold tenure in land, with reasonable safe guards agaiust abuses. (7) Extending the usefulness of the Department of Agriculture on its educational side — in regard to the analysis of soils, the testing of man ures, the identification and eradica tion of pests, the establis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

. SPEAK HIGHLY OF IT. Everyone speak3 well of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy after using it, and its beafe friends are people who have used it for yeara. They have found that it can always be de pended upon, and while they may occas ionally try other remedies that they see advertised,or that are' 'recommended to them by friends, they are almost ce..-tain to return, to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and. acknowledge it to be. the best and ?in.Ktre- - liable medicine they have ev»r used' for coughs, colds, and croup. Sold by all deal ers in medicine.*

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