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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

f. And This. | j Subscribers to the Southekn Eecoed are j ^governed by the following j LAWS 'RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: i 1. Subscribers who do not give expres i ; notice to the contrary aro considered as wish-! | ing to continue their subscriptions. I : 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance j ? of their periodicals, the publisher may con-: tinue to send them until arrears are paid. 1 3; If subscribers refuse or neglect to take ' periodicals from the post office or other place! to which they are directed, they are held j responsible until they have settled their! bills and ordered the periodicals to bo dis- j continued. 4. If subscribers move toother 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 j; to take periodicals from the office or remov |: hig or leaving them uncalled for, is frijia ji faci evidence of intentional fraud. ! si I »i G. If subscribe...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Inter-District. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

[?] ? ^ ? From our Correspondents BOMBALA. The Pres'.)yteri3n Church is being pulled down and rebuilt on the ground recently purchased by the parishioners. ^Ssrvices will be held in the Methodist Church. A meeting of the trustees of the Bombala Town Common, was held last week to select a herdsman and general workman, there were twenty-two ap plications for the position. Mr. Allan Stewart was selected at 2ds per week. On Saturday afternoon last tho first cricket match of the season took place on the local ground between Bombala and Burnima Station. Bombala gained the day. They play on Saturday next agniust Maharatta Station. On Friday night, ISfch insfc., Rev. P. J. Moore will deliver a lecture illustrat ed by lime light, views entitled it trip through Europe. Messrs. P. Watson, and W. Elliott have both returned from Sydney, where they went under operations for ap pendicitis, they look splendid after their trying illness, aud are feeling tip top. The sad news reached Bombala on Frida...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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F.S.C. Rifle Association. SECOND DAY'S RESULTS. THE MANNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

F.8.C. Rifle - Association. Second Day's Results. The Manning. Eight shots at 600 yards, for all comers. s W. A. Kneen, £3 36 Lieut. Irwin, £2 35 J. Uuderhill, £1 35 Lieut, Otton, £1 35 T. Smith, £1 ? 35 E. J. Meaker, 10s 34 D. V. Hart, 10s 34 A. H. Ruarsr, 10s 34 . J. Greig, 10s 34 J. Heaiy, 10s ' .33. S. Morton, 10s . 33 T. J. Cnsack, 10s 33 A. L. Manning, 10s 32 S. Keir, 10s ' 32 G. Porter, 10s 32 J. A.. Baldwin, 10s 32 THE CHAPMAN. Eight shots at 800 yards, for all comers. J. A. Baldwin 37 J. Uuderhill and S. Keir divided second and third. Champion Aggregate. Aggregate scorers in the ' Maiming' aud 'Chapman' : J. A. Underbill, gold medal and £4 72 W. A. Kneen £3, 72 J. A. Baldwin, £2 «_ 69 S. Keir, £1 ? ' 69 E. J. Meaker, £1 69 Captain Geo. Porter put up in this series 63, annexing a przie of 10s. There were twenty prizes altogether. Open Teams Match. Pambula A 221 Bega A 212 Bega B 205 Central Tilba ? 200 Pambula B 192 Bega A.L.H. 191 Victoria won the match against South Africa...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Cabinet Ministers' Salaries. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

CilllliiMlilSlirS9 salaries. — ♦ — ♦: What is the salary of a Cabinet Minister?' is a question often heard. It is -i subject npon which nobody has any exact knowledge, except Ministers themselves. Tbe Ministers' Salaries Act, passed in 1908, provides for the annual appropriation of £11,040 for the purpose of paying salaries of 'Ministers of the Crown, being mem bers of the Executive.' The Act pro' vides that the Premier shall receive £500 per annum in addition to his salary as a Minister of the Crown ; that, the Attorney-General's salary shall be £1520 ; and that six members shall receive £1370 per annum. Under this arrangement members of the present Ministry will receive (nominally) the following amount : — Mr. McGowan (Premier and Trea surer) £1870 per annum. Mr. Holmau (Attorney-General and Minister for Justice), £1520. Mr. Neilson (Minister for Lauds) £1370. Mr. MacDonuell (Chief Secretary and Minister for Agriculture), £1370. Mr. Giiffith (Minister for Works) £1370. Mr. Beeby (...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

[?] Rev. Walk-den Blown will conduct services on Sunday at Run-agate 11.30, Wvudham o, aud Candelo 7.-15. * * * Brown, Sharpe, and Blacker held Fnccessfnl cattle sales locally on Thursday. Heifers with calves realised up io so. * =* * Owing to the late dispatch of our telegrams they hftd to be excluded this ?week from publication. « * * Tsnpeus are called for rebuilding the isolation ward at the Bega Hospital. * * * Of the 150 men immigrants who are to arrive at Albany by the s.s. Geelong not one is under oft Sin in height, all are country bred and only 25 are married. Their average age is 26. * * * Nominations for the Bega Summer Race meeting close on Thursday next. # * * The Falkuer mine at Pipeclay Creek, Pambula, formerly owned by Mr. H. Hangb, has chauged hands, the new proprietor being Mr. G- E. Heron. * * * Bega storekeepers are agitating for the extension of the Saturday Half ? Eolidav Act to that town. \ - The following market prices are quoted for the week :— Butter, 84s t...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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The Last Governor. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Tie lost Governor; — * — If our Labour members are faithful to their pledges, Lord Chelmsford will be the last State Governor imported from overseas. The position is purely a formal one, and it is absurd' to keep up a great residence for, and. pay abig salary to, a gentleman who has little to do, and. now we have a Governor General, doesn't even represent a sentiment. At one time, of course, pur Governors had great powers, but to day they are merely figureheads, with no duties that could not bs carried out without inconvenience^by the Chief Justice of the hour. Indeed, when our Chief Justices have been Acting Governors everything has gone along as if we had a Boyal Duke at Govern ment House with a Vice-regal commiss ion in his pocket. From a financial aspect alone it is highiv-desirable that we should have a change. We have no doubt any Chief Justice would be glad to undertake the additional duties, and do what little entertaining is really necessary, for another £1000 a year. The s...

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"All of You, Go Out." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

6i p. IT If fi.'{ T/.r '.Tf P* o, /PV-r. n 9 9 LmjOu youth:-; were on tliL-ir trial at the Quarter Sushions last week uooii a charge of assault, and the proseciitrix was giving evidence. All o/ a sudden there was a commotion in the back of the court, where si me women were seated. Complaint was maclo to Judge Isaekuoiife-o ' that somebody was making faces ac f 1 1 o wilnc-ss. 'Who makes ths complaints r' asked his Honor. 'I d--.' e:-:.j:ai:n:'d a young woman, corning forward, 'and I ask that the court s'mil he cleared, because several women sitting ne;u' nv: are casting awful slr.rs nrx.m Use Lriri, who is my ueice.' Ju;!^-,- JJInekltonse ex pressed surprise that women couhi sit in ;he enurcat ail when such eases were being heard Lie was as to uncled to see/ '?*?- the worn?:: there, and thought thrv -' would have left, long before. ''AH of you go out, that is thu better way,' ho remarked, and the women wont. His Honor said it was a marvel to him how the people could come into the co...

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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

[?] ? ♦ ? Mr. Austin Chapman forwards us departmental correspondence received by him, from which we print the fol lowing information : — ? As desired by the Rockton Progress Association (Mr. M. Flauuagau hon. secretary) the Bombala-Platts-Rockfcon twice weekly mail service will be in creased to three times a week, frequency to take effect from the 16t.h insfc. A letter from Mr. C. Solomon, hqir sec. to the Progress Association, Catli cart, relative to the desired removal of a telegraph pole at the entrance to the Recreation Reserve at that place, has been forwarded for attention to the Deputy Postmaster General, Syduey, who will furnish- a reply. Relative to the establishment of a Receiving office at Mount. Darragh Mr Chapman is in receipt of a copy of the time table to be observed in connection with the porterage of mails between that place and Cathcart as from the 1st inst., as'follows :-Leave Cathcart, Satur dav, 10 a.m ; arrive at Mount Darragh Saturday, 1 p.m ; leave Mount Darr...

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Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

[?] ? ^ ? The Flower Show and Sale of Work, under the auspices of the A. H. aud D. F. Association, eventuated on Wednes day aud Thursday last, and proved very successful indeed. The show was formally opened ou Wednesday after noon by Mr. E. A. Blomfield, who in doing so apologised for the unavoidable absence of the President. Everything in connection with the occasiou was in the best of order, showing that the Secretary, Mr. A. O. Manns, who was ably assisted by an energetic Committee of ladies comprising Mesdames W. J. Collins, H. P. Collins, J. T. Collins, J. F. Allen, J. Scarvel, J. Cochrane, and E. A. Blomfield. and many other willing workers, had laid themselves out to achieve their object and with good results. When one entered the hall from the droughty atmosphere and aspects of the outside, it seemed that after all there is but a step between parched looking hills and stunted growth and the good things of good times, for the interior view of the hall was such as to make us t...

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Current Sentiment. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Ciirreii! sentiment. From TATHRA. ? *-- ? . Since 'Continuance' was tho order I of last election, Tathra has conceived that, music hath power to intoxicate ths souses and elevate the sentiments beyond tbu vulgar instincts ot mundane anairb, hence, whenever an individual talks beverages, Professor T.R. lets go the phonograph's seraphic delights, leading the soul to ethereal regions where brooks of living water are calculated to quench the thirst for ever, banishing every criminal impulse from the first draught. Now, J.C.B. our worthy bouiface has gone one better in the employment of sweet harmony, as a sobering up factor, j hence, if we go through the procsss of regeneration at present rate, the choice stock on baud will have to be distribut ed around in lower regions, where music is at a discount, and climate dry. * * . * Like begetting lik», 'Our Jack' is established president of a '-purity club,' in view of eliminating the baser naateria 1 of everyday life ,no man in the society i...

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Things in firaaral. It is well to believe that their needs but a little more courag-;, more love, devotion to life, a little more eagerness, one day to fling open the portals-: of joy and tiuth. + + + 4- + + Charles Gregory, the well-known cricketer, died on Tuesday, aged o± * * * A double drowning fatality occurred at Cecil Plains station, 22. miles from Dalby on Monday. A boy named William Roeer was swimming in a lagoon and got into difficulties. A man named Sam Davis went to his assist ance, but both were drowned. * * * Three horses fell in ono event at Pilliga Races, tbejoc.keys being severely hurt. One, K. Cleve, of Coouamble, is not expected to recover. * *= * A lad named J. Trieze was injured when Chevelette fell in the Novice Handicap at Newcastle races on Satur day afternoon, and died without regaining consciousness. Jack Johnson has agreed to an offer from the Paris Wonderland of a mini mum sura of £4,000 for a match with either Joe Jeanett or Langfoi'd to fight to a finis...

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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Valedictory. Ox Friday evening last, about 20 local townsmen gathered at the Royal Hotel for the purpose of bidding farewell to Mr. Eric Groves, prior to his departure ror oyaney, wnere lie takes up a posi tion on the railway. Mr. T. Robert son occupied the chair, and. expressed his appreciation of their guest's many i good qualities, and regret at his depar ture. Mr. Robertson then presented Mr. Groves with an L. & Co. pipe and tobacco pouch on behalf of his many Caudelo friends, as a slight token of tlieir esteem and good-wishes. He then proposed the toast of their departing friend. Mr. L. Lazarus spoke in high terms of Mr. Groves, who had been in his employ for some time. He bad always found him reliable and honest, aud was very sorry he was about to leave them. He wished him all success. Mr. C. Bright said Mr. Groves was a young man who was a credit to the town, and he regretted his departure. He had been a live member of the Rifie Club, the Football Club, and the Fir6 |...

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Rafling at Bazaars. AN OFFICIAL WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

^^fiffliSB'1^ -'a*]' u$ '5?1 '7.11,413 ^-\- AN OFFICIAL WARNIXGK 'I found when I came here,' said the Attorney-General and Minister for Jnstice this weak ' a couple of cases awaiting my attention, in which very w.oithy people engaged in very worthy work wero concerned. In one case the f'/imiTiltioo rvf o lmcnifnl nnrl -in 4\l-ir* other case somu chinch people, had been running bazaars in which there were practices which were ah all events doubtful in law. 1 would there fore like the press to call attention to (lie fact that there is a law regulating these matters, which is embodied in the minute on 'the matter which I have had drafted, and to say that if puojilt: are so foolish as to disregard it they may find themselves subject to prosecution, if not to some worse consequence, such as the penalty of a fine.'' Tho minute which Mr. Ho! man lias had drafted is as follows : ' The Attorney-General has been informed of certain cases in which rafile.s. etc., have been held at bazaars and ...

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Quickness in Milking. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

[?] ? o ? The essential importance of speed in milking has been de monstrated over and over again by the ' L.K.G-.' Milking Ma chine, and fresh statistics are every day being produced, to add to the jnany proofs of the great value ol: speed to the milker. Since the introduction of the ' L.K.G-. ..' Milking Ma chine it has raised the average of eight cows per hour by hand milking to sixteen cows per hour by the machine. Under ordin ary conditions a cow is milked as clean with the 'L.K.G-.' Machine, and when worked by a smart operator, will be milked much cleaner than the average man with the hand. The ' L. K.G.' has undergone exhaus tive trials at the hands of hun= dreds of the best known prac tical dairymen and has been pronounced by them a splendid success. Those who have tried it pin their faith to it and they insist that it is sheer folly to ,ex periment with untried machines of doubtful merit. The ' L.K. G.' has stood the test of time and is everywhere proved an unqualified succ...

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Tilings ii Smr®!. ? 0 ? ; ? There is talk in France, at present, of a tax on cats. The belief that such a move is contemplated has been strengthened by the appearance in a Goveri meut official organ of a state monf hasprl on the authority of the United States Minister of Agriculture (who made a special aud elaborate investigation on the subject), that cats are responsible for the propagation of a number of diseases, such as diptheria and scarletina. ' That being so, why should not cats require a liceuse as dogs do? # * # If your baby is teething during the Summer months you must guard against dysentery and bowel complaints. Keep n bottle' of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and at the first unusual looseness of tbe bowels give n ajdose.* # . % # A young fellow was once very anxious to preach a sermon. He conveyed his wish to the parson, who agreed to let *hiin try. When ho got into the pulpit he said : — ' Dearly beloved brethren, dearly beloved brethre...

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Abuse by Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

ilM££- few MmIiM&tm An amusing case was tried at Arad, in Hungary, in which a M. Schwarz, a gramophone dealer, was sued for slander uttered by his instrument?. It was explained that M. Schwarz' slumbers had been disturbed by the singing of girls in a dressmaker's workshop which whs opposite his bedroom. He com plained to the manageress, but in- vain. One morning the girls were horrified to hear Jtbe most violent abuse and the strongest oaths of which the Hungarian language is capable, trumpeted at them from the mouth of a gramophone placed in M. .Schwarz's window on the other side of the court. Neighbours, of course, heard it, too, and the girls brought an action, against him, for damages. M. ' Schwarz declared in court that he had-*— Jgrr:r^~ been testing some new records he had bought, as there was a demand for 'swearing' records to amuse parties, j^, The jvdge, however, ordered the record, *^^ in question, to he played in court, aud j? as M. Schwarz's own voice was recog ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

G€Rerol News. A rprnj-ii-f of fi.p vofps in connecfinn 'witit -!.? W;:v.ii;_v i. t::ii ujition poll has ^^re; ]?-.'] i:- :\-.r nirjoriiy for redncfitm oei..,u: i:.Liv»sfJ I'fnm 1() to 54. «= * * - The Xr»v Z??.]--\i\d Honso of Re piv.M-iitaiivt-s lias passed the Liceusin-r Bill through Committee, reiaiuiiifj tho ihree-Kfflis to be suomitted with local no-license at the next poll. Both quest ions are to be decided on a three-fifths majority. The clause providing for i%ijstricting the emyloyment of barmaids was retained, and a new clause was added giving a modified form of local option to the Maoris. * « * Sir George Reid, lecturing to the Birmingham University .recently on 'Australia,' said' the Common weatii's progressive land tax would bring millions of fertile acres that were now locked up, iato cultivation. Sir George atao eulogised Australia's manufacturing, industrial, social, and political siatus, and maintained that she had doue more towards the settle ment of disputes by mea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Wiiiian Street, CANDELO. - - - PROPRIETOR. - - - First Class Accommodation at a Moderate Tariff. ? Best Brands of Liquors Kept in Stock. ? — Visitors to the district should write for Accommodation at this Hotel. Don't forget this popular old Hotel when MAKING YOUR PURCHASES. You cannot be better catered for elsewhere. !! IM II if ===r r -H Tou _ I j^M^m: | You : Want- ^tf^^S i ' '? Want » . m ^K flips * a set Good i m^^K0 1 . of Saddle. ? ? /^yysaB^ I Harness. ~ GO TO - ? 4.p_ — e ? «- ? ~ PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. . ' — ? IXC ? All the latest designs in Stationery, Toys, Books, School and Artists' Ee- , qUlS\eChoice 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 Journals, weekly and niontuly, always on hand. __^^j,jL-~^^.- ? ? i ? ? ? * ? — ^' AJ iUiU ( % II I AB, * W 44 i'Vr 4 1 ^ Will /J Leave Bega on Tuesdays & Frid...

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Nothing is Lost. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Nilillli ISltSf. :^ Notliir.jr v- lost ; thedr.-r- of il«w Which t.rf!u!i!fs on tiu: leaf of Rower Is but exhaied to fall anew In summer's iimi)-]i-r-:~nov,-er : Perchance, to si-.iiu- wiiniu \',\-\ bow That fronts tbe .«ii:i a! ?';'.'! of. day ; Perchance to Fp.'ii'k-lc in tl.i: flow Of fountains !'ar nwr.y. Nothing is lost: the iiniot :-:-etl By wild birds boiin* -r i-p.-f/.i-sliluw!; Finds something, suited r-- iis n«cd. Wherein 'tis .sown ;:???(} jiuw\- The language of some ;.--u.-e::o!d song. The perfume of some cherished flower Though gone, from outward sense, be long To memory s aftei-hour. So with our words, or harsh or kind, Uttered, they are not all forgot ; They have their influence on the mind, Pass on, but perish not. So with our deeds, for jjf-od or ill, They have tiieii power scarce under stood ; Then let ns use onr better w:'; 'To- make them rife vitb gooci !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Dye Caused Poisoned Foot. ???./ ? e ? INTENSE PAIN MADE HIM CONTINUALLY CRY. Mother's Gkatitude to Zam-Buk. M^s. Creese, of ]0 North St. Adelaide,' S.A. says: — 'My little son got some dye into a small wound in his right heel which became greatly inflamed. The ftot at last was so bad that he was com pelled to lay .up. The pain from the inflammation was so bad he was con iinnaliy crying. We tried several remedies, but nothing did him any good, and his foot was gradually getting worse instead of better. ' We heard of Zanj-Buk and pro cured a supply. .This excellent balm seemed to give him ease straight away, ior the pain ceasc-d under its soothing influence. We continued with Znm- &- Buk, and in a few days tl;£ inflamma-- ?? tion subsided and the angry conditions gradually disappeared and the foot llss^ assumed its normal proportions. He wap soon able to get about once again. Zam-Buk completely cured him in n wonderful manner. I cannct tell you ?* how thankful I felt for the b...

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