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"L.K.G." Milking Machines. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

'LLG.' NilKiig Mfl „ clsiites. -l ? The popularity and useful ness' of these wonderful aids to modern dairying is becoming recognised far and wide and we are receiving orders daily. Other Milking Machines claim to be as good and: as reliable as the 'L-K-Gr', but dairymen are asked to be very careful in the choice or such an imporant matter as installing Milking Machines, and to make all possible enquiries before ord ering, when we are sure the 'L- K-G' will always be favoured. Unfortunately some people, led by extravagant advertisements, have installed Milking Ma chines of other makes and have bitterly deplored the fact, and these other makes of Milking Machines are in several in stances not being used, as the results were not satisfactory. In a few years the 'L-K-GT Milking Machines will be as well known to dairymen as the 'Alfa-Laval' Separators are and the tiresome task of hand milking in large dairies will be a thing of the past. As we will be rushed with orders during the comin...

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 — 24 September 1910

I A Paper for the People. and 3MtoM»4r* I Printed atCandelo. Issued every SATURDAY ? Circulated throughout the 1 Southern Districts. 8 Stands for no Tarty, out forPrinciples. I Panders to no class, clique, or corporation. 9 Lives and labours for Truth, for the best interests of the 9 community, and for the highest 1 good of the people. I Caters for all tastes and temperaments and times, and has I Representatives in all important centres 1 in the Electorate. I I Aims to be an educational force, a social bond, a moral in 1 fluence, an up-lifting power in the 1 community. § Claims to be clean, reliable, outspoken, useful, interesting, I up-to-date, and alive to the requirements I of its readers. I 1 Hopes and strives to be worthy of the patronage of every home I within reach of its influence and the I benefits it bestows. I Expects to receive all the support it earns. § ? I Tke SuTssenption to this Journal is «£! ;j per annum, zmi^SSp* We ^ive Gpeat DISCOUNT ^op all } Jg/ffmB ADVANCE P...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. The new defence Act will come into operation ou January 1st. The traiu ing of cadets will probably commence ou July 1st. Maize 2s 7d to 2s 8d ; butter 100s to 109s; eggs 9d, hens 3s to 5s; roosters 3s to 6s ; ducks 3s 6d to 4s Gd ; cheese to8d. The South Australian Budget has disclosed the record surplus of £472, 755. Practically every line of revenue showed a substantial increase. A fire occurred in the dwelling of G. Griffen of Newtown, Vic, thd result being the total destruction of the pre mises. The mother, who was partly overcome by smoke and heat, heroic ally entered the bed room and dragged out her five children, two of which, aged 13 and 1-i respectively, sustained serious burns, while Mrs. Griifen was also badly injured. An elder lad, who had endeavoured to escape, was found lying in a semi conscious condition on the floor, while his two brothers* were huddled together on the bed, dazed by the smoke. The Senate accepted the House of Representative...

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About Immigrants. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

AM iiiigraits. . ? ^ ? The 108 young women -who arrived in West Australia from London recently by the Orient liner Osterley, under the' Government's . immigration scheme. Lave all been found situations as domestics at from los a week upwards. Writing of these immigrants, the London Daily Mail says : ' They were all very bright and very cheerful. * There is no room for us in England; ' ?was the general -cry. 'There is no chance of marriage for us, because our sweethearts cannot earn enough in Freetrade England to keep us.' The girls came from all parts of the United Kingdom, but chiefly from Scotland. They have had no definite positions offered them, but most of them will accept places as domestic servants immediately upon their arrival. 'Scores of mistresses will be awaiting the ship at Freemantle, ' said the Western Aus tralian Government agent rvho was look ing after the comfort of the emigrants, 'and any girl who wishes to become a domestic servant will receive excellent ?wages a...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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"OFFICIAL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

'OFFICIAL' MURIER. ? A ? The Docker's Union at Havre voted for the death of the ' blackleg ' who was killed by the coal-heavers. — Last week's Cable from London. fvA ^ ^k the ugliness of unionistic ^dn- tyranny stands unveiled in the fair company of British liberty and justice. Gradually, as it has meted out to them increased prestage and power and freedom, the Great Charta has been prostituted by a section of the very beings to whom it has given deliver ance. * # # Way back along the ages, when Sovereignty was the badge of felonious tyranny, when the great toiling masses strnggled languidly in obscnre remote ness, ' their hearts cheerless, their diet thin; untanght, uncomforted, unfed;' 'when for them their was no -era of hope in this world— and hardly any in the other world, except it be hope in the gloomy rest of Death ; when all who were not shielded by the plush cover ing of honor made up a dumb genera tion, their voice in the world's affairs nothing but an inarticulate cry of ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Annual Methodist Fair. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

..Anofli Metiiodist Fair. The annual fair in connection with the Mothodist Church was held on Wednes day and Thursday last, and, alrhongh the attendance on the first night was somewhat meagre, the effort summed up proved a fairly successful one, re turning to the management as a reward for their efforts something like £45. The stalls were nicely arranged ia various parts of the hall and were filled with an abnudant stock of usefn! goods, markiug the energy that had heeu displayed by the willing workers. The ' Kameruka band was in attendance and with selections by the orchestra of the Methodist Church the evenings were pleasantly interspersed with good music. The stall holders were as folllows :- -Fancy Goods (' Victory ') : Misses L. Bower, P. Loebel, and Oiive Smith. Produce: Mesdames Ellis and H. Guthrey. Drinks (' Estelle ') : Miss Lottie Guthrey and Miss Alien. Jumble Stall: Misses Beatrice Holz hauser and M. A. Bower. Sweets: Mrs R. Trtit, Misses Bertha Holzhauser and Maude Smi...

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CURRENT TOPICS. Mud-Slingers [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

[?] Mud-Sliiigers The forthcoming election bids fair to outrival any of its predecessors in the noble art (?) of vilification, or in '. street parlance of ' mud-slinging.' Politics from time immemorial have been a rather grimy quantity, but the 20th century seems to have bred a particularly ' muddy ' class of political champions. It is a rare thing to listen to a political address free from the taint of the gutter. In fact the majority of M's. P. and prospective l-eps. seem to con sider that they have been specially called from the wilderness and set upon a pedestal for the express purpose of showing to the whole wide world the other fellows rottenness ; and that in language neither choice nor chaste, moderate nor charitable. A thousand pities that this should be so ! It serves no noblepurpose, rather low down and disastrous in its character and results, and prejudices every fair-minded elector against the side that descends to such miserable tactics. But then we forget it is votes ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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"The Deaf Reporter." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

'The Deaf Reporter.' — ? _a ? To the Editor. Dear Sir, — A few weeks ago the Southern Record wasted its space crowing about its independent policy ; but, as election day draws nearer, we find it trj'ing to lower its carcase on what it considers ' the safe side of the fence.' The misleading insinuation that the Cooma-Bombala railway is iu tne £-ega electorate is as plain to the Record as it is to Mr. VV. H. Wood. Why make capital out of lies ? Furthermore the smoothing over you gave Mr. Wood's utterances regarding hindoo settlement and pie-bald Aus tralia may seem alright as far as your knowledge goes. But, what about a par from 'The Farmer and Settier ' the rag which supports the- Wade Push? At the last meeting of the Casino District Council of Farmers ' and Settlers Association the following motion was carried: 'That the Go v' ernment be asked to resume the selec tions that have been successfully balloted for by Hindoos and Asiatics, and confirmed to them, as they are a source of u...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

? $ ? The Melbourne Argus of Saturday states : — -First, Dalgety was chosen. Even that simple statement of historical fact will arouse a storm of dissent ; nevertheless, Dalgety was chosen, and the choice was a tribute half to the Snowy River, and half to the almost superhuman powers of Mr. Austin Chapman's persuasive Parliamentary ' whipping. ' Were the invincible member for Eden-Monaro in his old health, Parliament might choose Dalgety once more, for it is a land of streams, and snow, and trout, and bracing mountain air, aud a friend wi' a flask ; but somebody's personal joy in a visit to Dalgety has nothing to do with the matter. A new Parliament stalked noisily into the Spring Street premises, and Dalgety just settling itself comfortably into the statutes received notice that it was to be kicked out of doors. Theu came the wild fight that nobody could check, with the war cry ' Canberra ! Canberra !' resounding through New South WaW At the moment when Canberra seemed about to per...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Local Government. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

Local Government. ?V ? A ? To the Editor. Sir, — Having had pretentions to be coming a landholder, during.^the last three or four years, I have naturally taken an interest in land j [settlement, and legislation affecting such. This has led me to observe the working of a piece of legislation receutly introduced in this State, and^ which is known as Local Government. Seeing that quite a large number of landholders agitated for legislation of this kind, it never fails to remind me of a little incident which occurred in my own sphere of action ou lone, occasion. In procuring the services of a youth to assist me in my work, one . stipulation between us was, that in addition to wages I should also keep him in clothes. This arrange ment worked successfully, and without much extra expense to me annually he always presented a respectable exterior. My astonishment was therefore great, when one day he approached me with another proposal. It was to the effect that he would prefer to keep ^himse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

Leg Covered With Festering Sores. ZAM-BUK CURES AFTER HOSPITAL TREATMENT FAILED: Mrs. Maria Sandstrom, 4 Sherbrook Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney, says: — 'My husband, when suffering from varicose veins, accidentally knocked his leg, which soon after broke out in different places. These wounds de veloped into spreading, festering sores, to the number of 21. From the knee down to the ankle was covered with this horrible diseased condition, and the leg swelled up to the size of a bucket. The pain was unbearable, and the in flammation increased, so that he was unable to go to work. The injury be came so bad that he was completely in capacitated, and had to take to his bc-i. He underwent treatment at the. bosni{j|/ where they prescribed a lotion ; bnMrF was as if he had used water, for this lotion had not the least beuefical effect on his leg. ''Some friends then recommended Zam-Buk, so a supply was procured. The first thing noticed after using Zam Buk was that all inflammation was drawn ...

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The Negro in the U.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

Tii€ Negro, ii ne U.S.A. Professor Kelly Miller, Howard Uui versity, Wasbingtou, in an article to Nineteenth Century, points out that the negro in America, however black he is painted, is still not merely a man but often a very high type of man, thongb not yet developed to his own best and highest possibility. The Professor speaks of the negro as *' being now considered the man of over-^_ soul, as Emerson would say, by reasonT^g of his marvellous emotional character istic,' aud to show how important is the part that this emotional race must play in Jshaping the America of the future, he says that one in nine of the American people is a black, which is a good deal, but they make one in six of the wage-earners, and constitutes a political and social factor which cannot be ignored without national peril. The negro is ' inextricably interwoven ih the national, industrial, and economic fabric ; he speaks the same language, conducts the same modes of activity, reads the same literature, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

[' _| -AntTTiiis; |-'^| Subscribers to the Southern Eejoiid are i; jgoverned by the following :i I LAWS 'RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: I : 1. Subscribers who do not give expros j notice fco the contrary are considered as \vish- i : ing to continue their subscriptions. jj I 2. If subscribers older the discontinuance | '? of their periodicals, the publisher may con- J itinue to send them until arrears are paid, t 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take ?!? periodicals from the post office or other place -: to which they are directed, they are held \ ! responsible until they have settled their \ ? bills and ordered the periodicals to be di.5-:;] ' continued. jl ! 4. If subscribers move to other localities \ without informing the publishers, and their papers are sent to the former direction, the subscribers are responsible. . j 5. The courts have decided that ' refusing ' I to take periodicals from the office or removal I ing or leaving them uncalled for, is prijia , j paci evidence of in...

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 — 24 September 1910

! 1 Read This- i '! I » -{ ~ ~ ~ .~ '?.'''' ' £ jTo Our Headers: 'We would ask you to help f j us in'' the compilation of a thoroughly rep- | ; resentative newspaper by forwarding at I j! ynnv parHontoor.vfi'.iionop information that } |i wiil he nf pu':-!ii- interest. You will thus j ? j ?1-.---'!i«ii toward, Mcli'er(isi5-y your pnrticii- i |; '.-,{.:? ji:i.Vt of t-lns cleaiorato. Should you s ij f.Ail to secure your copy of the Record | [; ro?u!arly, a doihplaiut made to us will re- | *: stilt in the matter receiving1 prompt iuves- j ?- it ' Contributors: Whilst we unhesitatingly .. -- 'r- throw our' columns open to contributed :i articles on any subject, we reserve the j I right to veto any contribution, or sentence j of same which wo consider libellous or j seditious. Should a writer assume a som - i de plume, his real name must accompany j his or her manuscript to insure publica- -i tion. Manuscript must be legibly written I and reach us not later than Wednesday of each week. To...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

^pl|P 'f \! BE WISE Your Grocery Bill will be rauch| Less if s^&pe^ss. you give your Orders to ISRAEL. wuuimme**. He Will give you Quantity and Quality. NOTE MY REDUCTION IN FLOUR. Sugar— C.SJt. Co's. I.C., 14s 3d per 70lb bag. LA. or I.W., 14s 6d per 701b bag. Queensland, soft pure white, 14/1 per 701b bag. Tea. — Israel's Golden Tip Ceylon, direct from the growers. Hill grown Ceylon Is per lb, or 121b caddy for 11s ; Spec ial Prize Golden Tip Ceylon, 1/3 per lb, or 121b caddy for 14s ; Exhibition Golden Tip Ceylon, 1/6 per lb, or 121b caddy for 17s. FlOUP. — The Flour you want is the best, and that is what I will quote. I do not sell a second rate Flour. Gillespie's or Brunton's Patent Roller, in 501b bags, lls per 100 lbs; in 1501b sacks, per lOOlbs, 10s 6d. . . Kerosene. — Snowflake, 150 test, 7s 6d per case; Silverlight, 150 test, 7s 3d per case of 2 tins. Baiting PowdeP.— Good Luck Brand, finest on the marker, 8£d per lb., or 121bs for 8s. Eooster Brand, lOd per lb., o...

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World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

worM-WMe Gleanings. — ♦ — It is a little ridiculous that while the English nation boosts its tongue to be ?universal many of its coins do not bcai' one ^ord of English, though frequ ently two alien languages adorn them. The Queen's shilling of 1891 comes haphazard from a person s pocket. One side is inscribed in Latin, the other in French. No English. * * * Never hesitate about giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to children. It contains no narcotic of any description and can be given with confidence. As a quick cure for coughs and colds to which children are susceptible, it is unsurpassed. Sold by all dealers in medicine.* * # * The subjoined item appeared in a French newspaper : ' There was found in the river this morning the body of a soldier cut to pieces and sewed up in a sack. The circumstances seem to preclude any suspicion of suicide.' r ? ?* # * Lloyd George pointed out the other ? day that in the last 20 years the national expenditure of Great Britain . and vIreland had incr...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

?22 WINCHESTER RIFLES, 1902 Models, 20s. CARTRIDGES— '22 Long Smokeless, 9-1 box. ?22 „ Black Powder, 8d box. 12-guage Black Powder, 1/9 box. 12 „ Smokeless, 2/6 box. Dairy Bass BROOMS, l/ll and 2/11. Dairy SCRUB BRUSHES, 6d,9d, Is, 1/6, 1/11. ?.???..-.?? PLOW LINES, 1/11. „ CHAINS, 3/9 per pair. Steel Jump RABBIT TRAPS, 10s 6d doz. „ Spring „ „ 7/11 ,, ' . Methylated Spirit LAMPS and STANDS, 1/6 each. A Beautiful Assortment of the Latest Desigas in ELECTRO PLATED WARE for Prcseuts. DAIRY BUCKETS, Tin and Galvanised, 1/3 to 2/G. Sheep SHEERS, Sheep DIP, and TATTOO OIL. FENCING WIRE and WIRE NETTING in all guages, sizes and widths at Special Quotations. All SHEPHERD'S New GARDEN and FLOWER SEEDS. Files, Bolts, Augur Bits, Bits, Braces, Axes and Carpenter's Tools. The New CARBORUNDUM SHARPENING STONES. Mixed Paints, Calcimine, Paint Brushes. 'GALVAMT,' the New Plating Liquid. The Greatest Metal . . . Renovator Invented. ... TEMPORARY PREMISES : Pearce's Buildings, Church Street. MILLI...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

forr£§ii$9BdlPft£$ Our columns are open to the public for expressions of opinion on any ciuestion of interest, but we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinion of correspondents.— Ed. RECORD.

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Inter-District. TATHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

Til t. ATs.Tii ef v*i tf»£ 61 ? From our Correspondent. TATHRA. At Tathra Brickyards ou the 13th insfc., afc 7.30 p.m., Mi-. F. E. Riley ex pounded upon the numerous advant |^^^?ds °f Labor'd co-operation in compre ^^nensive -words to an attentive audience of between forty and fifty electors, several of whom were ladies. xour correspondent having intro daced oar candidate, the commendable platforms of industry were eloquently presente 1 in commou sense appare', calculated to resist the wear and tear of saa.e us-age. Avoiding depreciative remarks re his opponent, Mr. Riley, brought an interesting and well con ducted meeting to a cloFe. An Afterma: h — ' Dad, what is the difference between a Minister's state, and a State Minister?' 'Well my son, if (he Minister represents a Divine career, he conscientiously works for the Crown of Heave i ; if, on the other hand, he is a Minister of Mundane af fairs, his conscience will stretch for auy crown attainable and instead of a harp, play the f...

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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

EDEN. A very painfnl accident befell Mr. Harry Peisley, of Salt Water Creek, on Monday. Mr. Peisley was making a raawl with an axe, when the block of wood slipped, and the axe fell .on his left arm severing arteries and cutting to the bone. Luckily, Mr. Legge was working a few hundred yards away and heard the injured man's cry for help. He was soon to his aid and applied ligatures to stop the loss of blood. Ow ing to the loss of blood the unfortunate man fainted away. Mr. Legge, after rendering aid, hurried to Eden, 3 miles away and wired Dr. Cloustou, Pam bnla. When the doctor arrived he found it necessary to insert eleven stitches. On Monday night Mr. Clarke spoke here in support of the Labour cause. The Annual Convent Ball will be held on Friday night, when it is ex pected there will be a large crowd pre sent. ??- The dredge which has been here for some time is making slow progress with her work, owing to several break downs occurring, but the water on the eastern side of the wha...

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