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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

[?] Sydney, Friday. ? Eggs 8§d to 9d : Butter 88s to 100s ; Cheese to 7|d ; hens 3s to 4s ; Roosters-. 3s to 4s. The Minister for education states that continuation and trades schools will shortly be inaugurated and techni cal schools largely extended. A very large increase in the number of bursaries and scholarships is contem plated as soon as fuuds will permit. It is estimated that the first yeai-'s loss on universal penny'postage in the Commonwealth will amount to £400, 000. Clerymen condemn the Chief Secre tary's minute in regard to Sunday trading iu fruits and vegetables as being bad in principle. Mr. Wade declares that Mr. McDonald's action is the third shock, the'State has received since Mr. McGowen 's advent to power, and. he ! adds that it will now be an easy step to open Hotels on Sundays. The Minister for Customs has said that if he could get- the members of the Ministry with hiro he would introduce Butter Trade legistrations this session. The Victorian Treasurer, in refe...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega Spring Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Beg® spniaf Races. The Beta Spring Meeting held on Wednesday last was very successful, a large number attending, though not equal to last year iu this respect. Some good racing took place, the result of the various events being as follow : Trial Handicap, of £15, 6 furlongs. D. C. Wren's br m Woo Jlass, 8.12 I ? ? ? ? ? ? ...(Hibburd) 1 B. Sharpe's ch m True Tile, 9.0 ? ? ? ? ? ..(0. Sharpe) 2 H. J. Wilton's b g Transfer, 8.12 ? ? ? ? ,(C. Clarke) S Other starter:; F. Donaldson's Jacob Allen, 8.5 (Gfalli). November Handicap, 25 sovs, 1 mile 110 yards. W. Hibburd's Seiiuawood, 9.4, in cluding 31bs penalty (Hibburd) ' 1 G. H. Alcock's Selah 9.5 (Flanagan) 2 T.S. RamSey'sElouera, 9.1 (Miller) 3 Hurdle Race, of 25 sovs, about 2 miles 158 yards W. Rixon 's br m R-nby Black (late Novelty) 9.0 (C. Clarke) ? 1 A. McNaught's The King, 9.0 ? ? ? ? ? (Flanagan) 2 E. G. Black's Wobbigong 9.9. (M. ? ? ? Ryan) 3 Other starters : F. Edward's Silkland, 10.7 (G. Edwarnds, iuu.) Flying Handica p, 20 ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cup Meeting Results. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Cup Meeting Sessiifs. Cup Hurdle Race — Kabibin- okka 1, King's Ransom 2, Black Native 3. Railway Handicap — Broad- sword 1, Little Lad 2, McCul lock 3. Nursery Handicap — Wollerina 1, Sauskrit 2, Takipono 3. Melbourne Cup — Comedy King won by half a neck from Trafalgar, who beat Apple Pie by two lengths. Pendil fourth Time 3.27£. Winner 8 to 1. Cup Steeplechase. — Acute Angle 1, Stately 2, Player 3. THURSDAY. HuRDLES-Wolloomooloo, Min ato, King's Ramson. Winner 5 to 1. Mimosa Stakes — Wollerina, Piastre, Caligor. Winner 6 to. 4. Linlithgow Stakes— Beverage Aborigine, Flavinius.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Candelo A. H. and D. F. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Cartel* L H. hi D. f. Association. ? «, ? The Committee of the Agricultural Society met on Thursday afternoon under the presidency of Mr. J. A. Gor-' don. Correspondence from the Chief Secre tary's office was deferred for discussion of Q fntm.o UU .V mumo 1UCCI.1UK. Iu completing the revision of the schedule, rule 31, providing, that ho late entries will be accepted after 10 o'clock on the firat morning of the show, was struck out. The Home Milking Competition was expunged. A milking competition will be held on the ground, the prizes for which will be £3, £2, and £1. Mr. G. Porter donated £1 Is towards the prize in lieu of the Society's prize. A note will be appended to Section 14, Fancy Work, to the effect that no exhibit that has taken two prizes at previous shows of the Society will be allowed to compete. ? The time limit for the lodging of protests, Rule 12, was fixed at 8 p.m? on the second day of the Show, instead of 3 p.m. Quotes will be obtained for printing the schedule.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

HEART ALMOST STOPPED BEATIITG. ? » ? AWFUL SUFFERING CAUSED BY BILIOUSNESS AND INDIGESTION Bile Beans The Married Womens Friend. Mrs. J. Day, 122 Lord St., Burnley^ Melboarne, says : — 'Severe attacks of biliousness and indigestion made me very miserable. These bouts brought on an accnmation of wind, which would press up agains my heart and almost stop it beating. The pain was * 'scarcely breathe. Between the shoulders I would also have terrible pain, like the thrust of a knife. At times the biliousness would be so distressing that I would be pro strated for days, my system being racked by vomiting and straining, giving me a very bad time indeed. Of all the many remedies I took in my endeavour to get relief, none were suc cessful until I commenced taking Bile Beans. This splendid medicin soon made a grand change for the better. After a coui'se of Bile Beans the in digestion and biliousness were ended, and those painful attacks are things of the past. Bile Beans cured me com' pletely...

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Public Picnic at Tantawanglo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

PiiMc Picnic it Tisils woaoio. The picnic in aid of the Tantawanglo Church of England building fund was held on the recreation ground on Saturday last: Heavy rain fell in the morning, and it \vas thought that the event would have to be postponed, but about 9 o'clock the weather cleared, and the promoters decided ' to continue. Thoro was a good attendance, although the rain ho doubt prevented many from being present. The Tantawanglo folk had everything in readiness for the visitors. Tables had been erected and nrnved to be a -rreak nnn venienep. find comfort to all, while the Misses Targets James, and Solomon attended to the wants of everybody. Mesdames Grant and Tapper presided over the Fancy Stall, aud appeared to do a good busi ness. The soft drink and sweet stall iu (charge of Mesdames A'cock and J. Britten was in great demand, and did a thrivinsr trade.' Mr. E. I-T. Alcock -..ran a shooting gallery, where prizes Were shot for in a fair aud impartial manner, to the satisfaction o...

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MOTIVE POWER ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

MOTIVE *-0WER OK THE FARM. The internal combustion, or Oil Engines as it is generally termed, is most favourable re garded by the progressive farm er as it makes liim practically independent of hired labour. In less time than one minute a boy or girl can set the engine jumg anii mo Live power is mmediately available for such general purposes as chaffcutting, vood-sawing, pumping water, iream. separating, or driving a nilking plant. 'When purchasing an oil engine the farmer should select in engine of simple design, itrong in construction, having :ew wearing parts and such vearing parts should be easily iccessible so that any part can )e replaced quickly by the iarmer himself. The 'Stand- ird' Oil Engine fully bears out ;his description and is the most successful and reliable oil en gine now in general use both for narine and stationary purposes. Che Australian Agents for the ivonderful 'Standard' Oil en gines are Messrs. 'Waugh & Fosephnson, 342-847 Sussex St., Sydney, Agents...

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Press Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

; Press £©is!OTce. The 12th annual conference of the Country Press Association, held on Wednesday aud Thursday of last week in the Y.M.C.A Hall, Sydney last week, proved a most interesting occasion.' About 250 representatives of country newspapers were in attendance. The Conference began to sit at 10 a.m. on each day and continued until 6 during which time questions of vital importance to country newspapers were discussed, chief among which were postal and telegraphic facilities, in. connection with which the DePuty rostmaster General was present during the discussion, to whom representations were made which, we hope, will lead to better conditions for the delivery of newspapers and - the receiving. of tele graphic information' in country districts' Another matter which engaged the conference for a number of hours was that of printer's wages boards. In this regard the conference decided to con sent to the clause for preference to unionists providing that members: of the uuiou formed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

There is no place in the world where there are more sudden and extreme changes in temperature than in Australia. We often experience a climate of three different seasons in one day, and the result is that numbers of people contract a cold in the stomach and bowels, which causes great pain and suffering. There is nothing that will relieve this suffering so quickly as Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This is the best medicine in the world to cure bowel complaint in all forms. It is ft sure cure for Diarrhoea, Dysentery and Colic and has never been known to fail. Sold by all dealers in medioinea-*

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Ladies' Liberal Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

levies' liberal Ass«cia lieii. The members of the Ladies' Liberal Association hold their last meeting for the jear on Wednesday afternoon. The business of the League was done, an/1 fli/a maiYiUAvcliin vnl 1 Wfl5 VP-Si 11 of fifty two members, which was -co11' sidered most, satisfactory. A letter was. read from the Hon. W. H. Wood, wherein lie expressed his 'gratitude to the Candelo Ladies for their untiring, energy in the recent elections. He said that their activity and sacrifice .were an example to any league, and ne knew he had to thank the ladies' for his return in Candelo. Duriug the afternoon Mrs. J. Collins was presented with a silver revolving butter dish, iu recognition of iher kindness in allowing tho league the use of her private room for their meetings; The President, Mrs. Ramsay-Sharps, in presentation, and then at her kind invitation, the members present partook of afternoon tea, which was daintly and tastefully provided by Mrs. Collins. Before the meeting closed, it w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

A Paper for the People . ^Biitltmt Hetord ami ^torfe^n Printed at Candelo. Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. Stands for no Party , ~but forPrinciples. Panders to 110 class, clique, or corporation. Lives and labours for Truth, for the best interests of the community, and for the highest good of the people. ater s for all tastes and temperaments and times, and has Representatives in all important centres in the Electorate. Aims to be an educational force, a social bond, a moral in fluence, an up-lifting power in the community. ___ laims to be clean, reliable, outspoken, useful, interesting, up-to-date, and alive to the requirements of its readers. Hopes and strives to be worthy of the patronage of every home within reach of its influence and the benefits it bestows. Expects to receive all the support it earns . The Subscription to this Journal is £1 per annum, BTJT^s We give Great DISCOUNT for all IS^I? ADVANCE PAYMENTS. Sena us fourteen shillin...

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BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

BEMBOKA. A farewell social tendered to Mr. and Mrs. P. Kinneally and family on Tuesday night was attended by a big crowd, all no doubt, sorry to lose such worthy people. During the evening a very handsome silver tea service was presented to the guests as a souvenir of their residence in Bemboka district. Mr. G. E. Wa-'d made the presentation in a speech fitting the occasiou, and he was ably supported by Messrs. W. Cullen, M. J. Condon, and J. Hogau (Mogilla). Mr. Kinneally showed himself an orator of no mean order in his responding speech. Dancing was ' kept going till about 2 a.m., and all seemed to enjoy themselves thoroughly. Vocal items were rendered during the function by Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong (duet), Misses I. Mudie and M. Maunder (duet), Miss Condon and Miss Maude Condon (solos). Miss Minnie Gorman gave a very clever display of fancy dancing. Mr. W. A. Wilson's farms 'were offered at auction on Saturday last by Mr. Rixon, but did not find a buyer. Certainly there is not too ...

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THE SUPPRESSION OF CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

THE SUPPRESSION OF CRIME. fHE announcement by the new Attorney-General that measures are to be taken which will allow of greater certainty in the detection and punishment P.vimA Via wolonifvior! Ivjt all properly-minded citizens. 3? or a number of centuries society has been looking to the severity of the punishment, and not to its certainty, as a deter rent. In the middle ages, as we know, all sorts of diabolical tortures were inflicted on those who were caught killing any of the game in the King's forests. Yet from what we can read this was an exceptionally com mon crime. There are many people alive to-day who can remember the heavy penalties inflicted at the beginning of last century upon poachers in Eng land. Yet at the time poach ing was a very common offence indeed. Readers of the memoirs of the eminent lawyers of England — such men for ex ample as Sir Henry Hawkins — will remember that on their first introduction to the law men and women were hanged for what would not be calle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

' Y. ; YYY'!' ij — Aiiu iiiis. ^ i ,! SuRSCRrnions to the Souther;-,' Record are' governed by the following j j LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: ! 1. Subscribers who do not give extirps ; - notice to the contrary are considered as .vinh- ; ! ing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers oxlcr the discontinuance ! of their periodicals, the publisher may con- ; tinue to send tlieui uniil arrears are paid. I 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take ! | periodicals from the post office orothac.plai.v ' | to which they are directed, they are held' j; responsible until they have settled their' jj bills and ordered the periodicals to be did-' j. continued. | I' 4. If subscribers move toother localities: F without informing the publishers, and their i j: papers are sent to the former direction, the' |l subscribers are responsible. j jj 5. The courts have decided that '' refusing j j: to take periodicals from the office or reinov- ! ji'.ug or leaving them uncalled for, is prima i (!f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

? ui ? III 18*1 ,? P.,1 I.J. JILJU III I I, j | 8 Read This- 1 ! f t; » b |j To Ou.r Readers: We would ask you to help ' |] us in the compilation of a. thoroughly rcp -f _ resentative newspaper by forwarding at »j your earliest convenience information that ?! will Jio of puHii* u»teiw?fc.' Yon wjli fhiis -? (1.-. toward advertising your particu (' : ?- ' tho vlectoraK*. ' ShouM you t- i'-i! f-» nuftsi-o your copy of the JJbcoro r, v-'-_'u'..\i'iy. :i -;o ;; plaint, umle to us wili ro il in the m^Her receiving prompt iuves ' tj iiLvation. . . jj To Contributors: Whilst we unhesitatingly . jj throw our. coin-sins open to contributed k] articles on any subject, we reserve the ri-jht to veto any contribution, or sentence jj of same which we consider libellous or |j seditious. Should a writer assume a xo:,i fi D£ PLujts, his real name must accompany »i his or h.°r manuscript to insure publica tion. Manuscript must be legibly written Si r.iid reach us not later than Wednesday | of each we...

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Talking Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

TfllhlHi PKtires. Mr. Thomas Edison lias perfected auother remarkable invention accord ing to the New York correspondent of the Observer. At that great laboratory of his in New Jersey he described 20 months ago the progress of experiments which he was then making to produce a combination of the cinematograph and phonogroph, by which moving ~ pictures woald be made to talk. He said the problem wss one of the most difficult he had ever tried to solve, simple though it seemed. Now he claims to have solved it, and to a speci ally invited audience he gave a demon stration of the new invention. One of the pictures shown on the screen was that of a lecturer who described the ' kinetophone ' as a talking picture machine. There was no flaw in the illusion. A frock-coated individual was then shown on the screen, who seemed to be a real being. He threw C'-'ui' iron ball on the floor, and there was an accompanying crash. He dropped a plate, and heard ii smash. He also pounded the table with a m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

To Producers. ? BAIBI &FI&S P80BUCE I HAVE much pleasure in informing you that I have commenced business on my own account as a DAIRY and FARM PRO DUCE SALESMAN, and have secured those spacious and suitable stores at 141 Sussex Street, Sydney, lately occupied by Messrs, R. Hall and Sons My lengthy experience (over 15 years) with Messrs. Denham Bros., and thorough knowledge of the market, together with a cordial connection with both City and Country Buyers, places me in the best posi- ^ tion possible to protect your interests, I will personally attend to all the more important details, consequently Producere . consigning to me can depend upon obtaining 1 the BEST and QUICKEST RESULTS. Advances made against consignments when required. Butter shipped to home market on owners' | account, and full value advanced. Account sales promptly rendered. j I may say that my success already far [ eurpasses anticipations. Looking forward to an opportunity of f ioing business for you...

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Inter-District. PAMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Inter-District. ? «. ? [From our Correspondents]. PAMBULA. A send off was given Mr. aud Mrs. Gr. Sherwin aud family at Merimbula last Friday night-, as they are giving over the Merimbula Hotel, and leaving the district. Miss Tier arrived by boat last week, and took charge -of the business on Wednesday. We had a nice downpour of rain last Friday night and Saturday, which was very much needed. Farming is in full swing here now most of the crops are up and looking well, especially the experimental plot on the flat, and we have every prospect of a good season. The annual C. of E. Flower Show takes place on Friday and Saturday nights, and promises to be a great success. It is reported we ai'e to have about five weddings about Christmas time. Mr. Ashworth has removed into the new residence attached to the school. Constable Jennings has received notice of his removal to Towamba, and will leave this week. Mr. J. McKenzie's launch arrived last week, and he is having a new engine installed. D...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

News and Notes. Dr. 11am sw Sharpe requires the services of a smart boy. # * * 3-]lla Caspers, the Gouibourn singer -who went Home to stay at the Royal Academy, has become engaged to Mr. Bradley, an eminent electrician, who, it is stated, will settlo £1,000 a year on his bride. * * Tin- Rev. S. Brown, who has been called to the Presbyterian charge of the Bega District is expected to arrive in about three weeks. ' * * * Messrs. Hill, Clark and Co. report large yarding of pigs at their last week's sales, some from the Sonth Coast realising £3 4s 6d per head. A 4- 4- ' ' The Rev. is. W- Gardner will con duct divine service next Sunday as follows: Candelo, 8 a.m.; Kameruka, 11 : Wolumla, 3 p.m ; Candelo. /.o0. ? t t ? + It is evident to all (proved by the experience of the past week, for infor mation regarding which apply to the southern delegates to the Press Confer ence), that the I.S.N. Co. cannot main tain a satisfactory passenger service between Sydney and the South with one boat. ...

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Worthless Possessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

W®r!Iii€SS PSSISsSlSIS. While England and Germany' Laving simultaneously caught each other spying, have both to refrain from self-righteous in - dignation, they are not without indirect methods of pulling one another s hair. One or Grer many's political reviews pub lishes a list of the more recent -exhibitions of greed and perfidy on the part of Britain. It is pointed out that she is already grabbing the Antarctic, aud that when the North Pole was reached the question of ownership was at once nervously raised in the British Parliament. There are facts, and the German critic should be able to smile at them. England has annexed several tract's near the North and South Pole which have only a map value ; they will never be worth the material of the flags that were used to claim them. Much of British Africa is useless except for graves, though the British are more fortunate in their African possessions than any other people have been in theirs. It is not generally known that Prance owns ...

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