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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

MarSsls. W. H. Wheatley, of Goulburn, re ports : — Fat Sheep— Good supply forward, mostly shorn, which sold at late rates. Best weights 8s to 9s, best ewes 7s to 8s 6d, others from 5s Gd, suckers 5s 6d to 8s 6d. Store Sheep— Good yardings which sold at improved rates. Wethers, 6 aud 8 tooths, 6s lid to 8s, 2 and 4 tooths, 5s 6d to Gs 6d, ewes 4s lid to 6s, aged from 2s 6d, lambs 4s 6d to 6s. Fat Cattle — Full supply of fat cattle which sold readily at improved values. Best bullocks £7 10s to £8 5s, others from £6 10s ; best cows £6 15s to £7 10s, others from £4 10s, light heifers £3 5s to £4. Store Cattle — Good yarding, mostly heifers, which sold readily at improved rates. No bullocks or steers forward. Forward conditioned cows £2 15s to £3, 2 and 3 years heifers £2 5s to £2 15s poddies 21s to 30s, springers £4 to £5.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

Mml £®rr®sp®iiaii£e. * The Deputy Postmaster General advises the Hon. Austin Chapman as follows : — With reference to previous corres-^'' pondence relative to the question of establishing telephonic communication between Delegate and Merimbula in connection with which representations were made through you'by Mr. Samuel Robertson, Secretary to the Progtcss A-sociatior, Delegate, I have the liouor to inform you that the Deputy Post' master General, Sydney, now advises that the Cathcart-Candelo line, which was necessary to link up the existing ordinary aud condenser systems between Delegate and Merimbula has been com pleted aud that the District Fitter, who was instructed to over-haul the service on the 36th ultimo, reports the service is working satisfactory. ' ^ * * .« The Postmaster General acknowledges representations from the Hon. Austin ? w-' ' ' Chapman regarding semi official and allowance post offices in Eden-Monaro and the necessity for increasing some of. the payments made o...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

VtiM-WMe Steifflisp. Kidman, lite cattle kin^, sold a stat ion i' Queensland the other day. The holding contained 5,OUO square miles 3,300,000 acres ! is- * -3 A tabulation of the no-license voting _i ? n.„-- a n «.lio 51iO\VS LllUi. iliiu -v I 1C atUUU icuiu uii IL--- list of electorates, its i-ecord of 110 . license votes being 48.2 per cent. Til 1907 the percentage was 62.3. ? Then it stood at the head of the electorates in its vole for Do-license. * # s A number of black gins, who were working iu a potato field in the vicinity of Grafton, struck work for . more pay. Such is the force of example: * . * * vV Sir James Graham asserts that the infantile mortality rate in Sydney has, during the past few years, been reduced 50 per cent, as a result of strict super vision over the milk supply. =s * # It wns Paddy M'Garry, M.P., who told a crowd that was advocating a vigorous immigration policy 'Xe had better settle the young men and ; young women on the land, and in their spare time th...

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CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday. ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

? CABLEGRAMS. Loudon, Thursday. ELECTIONS. The British elections are drawing to a cloae. The Ministerialists have a majority of 77, with 89 seats yet to be decided. Mr. Asquith declares that but for plural voting the counties would have returned 30 or 40 more Liberals. He also denies an accusation by Mr. Balfour that the Government had.- kept Home Rule in the background. ; WORKHOUSE FIGHT. A free fight took place between the officials and inmates of of the work house in Surrey, owing to the latter l'efasiug porridge and demanding bread and butter.

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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

lift® fur District lit®!!. Concerning some parts of the district news comes but seldom. This is no fault of the editor, for lie has no. miraculous power of knowing what i.s^ happening in all the places in the area of circulation. It is the fault of resi dents in the silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the sjlence to cease? . - ' If no one else is doing it for your district, will you try on these lines ? Send accounts of public, and social events in yonr . township or neighbor hood, such as weddings, deaths, acci dents, concerts, matters touching the industries, ^etc. Write'the. names of persons very dis tinctly. ; . Do not bother about grammar or spelling ; it is the editor's work to look after these t-iifles. The barest skeleton is enough. Give information, tut let criticism alone. ^Write on'onejside of the paper only. Write [yonr name in some corner; not for printing, ®but to prove good faith. Sir Samuel M'Caughey of North Gauko, Narrandera, has...

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Killing off our Birds. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

Silliisf ®if §ir Birfe The more beautiful a bird is the more likely it is to be killed for stuffed col lections or to ornament the hats of women without consciences. If there were no laws protecting beautiful or useful birds, *he odds are there would ^.c ik., ? ? ? ? i_ _ i ? l _ i uc icw ui bueiQ leiL iu tiuy maauiiea country, in a very little while. United action is, however, being taken by Great Britain and her colonies and de pendencies. Certain birds are pro tected, and it is illegal to kill or sell them, or to export them, living or dead. A good many of these protected birds are killed through mere carelessness or ignorance. It is recognised that to make the protective laws effective people must be taught, in city aud country, to m derstaud the real value of onr native birds. South Australia has made a good beginning. Her In telligence Department has issued a bird book, which will enable anyone to recognise at least some of those birds which are protected all the year round. A...

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TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. MARKEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. MARKEST. Eggs, Is to Is 3 doz. Butter, 82s to 94s cwt. Cheese, to 8|d lb. Hens, 3s 6d to 4s. Roosters, 3s to 6s Gd. r*TTr*r -r/~* trrAT»Trn nAm*TmmT?Tl I rUJCSLilU YVUrtlVO UUiU-iyU-J. J..EJC;. In the Assembly last night Messrs J. Storey, Doualdson, Scobie, and Burgess, M's.L.A., were elected to the Public Works committee. ELECTORAL REFORM. The new Electoral Bill in tho New South Wales Parliament has been passed into Committee. CATHOLICS AND EDUCATION. Cardinal Moran says that Roman Catholics are determined to obtain' jus tice with regard to their primary schools. The: Roman Catholic' Bishop of Goulburu declared that the new bursal y proposals of the Government are an insult to the intelligence of the Catholic [ body and to every school outside the infidel monopoly of the State Govern' | rnent. ? ? THE WIDOW OF O'S. It has been decided to ask Parliament to grant, an annuity to the widow : of the late E. W. O'Snllivau. : ADELAIDE STRIKE. The Adelaide driver...

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A Horrible Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

A fiorrini® Trap% The people didn't merely look at Professor Branefog — th y started. He knew he was absent-minded at times, aud he wondered whether he had rubbed his face with boot-polish instead of cold cream after shaving or whether he had forgotten to change h'is dressiug-gown for his frock-coat. But a kindly policeman put things right. 'Are you aware, sir, that you are carrying a joint of beef in your arms ?' he asked. 'Goodness me !' said the professor. 'I knew something was wrong. My wife told me to put her Sunday hat on the bed, to place this roast in the oven, and to take the baby and the dog for a walk. 'You've not put the baby in the oven, surely,' said the law's guardian. 'I put something in it,' said Brane fog. 'but 1 dont know whether it was the baby or the dog.' With bated breath they hurried to the professor's house. Here, on the bed, lay the baby and the dog; but it was just as bad for Branefog. It was his wife's Sunday hat that was iu the oven !

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The Office Boy's "Boss" [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

lis ®HIC€ iif'5 '!§§§' When things go easy, he jsst sauuters round At ten o'clock or so ; then reads his mail. Dictates some half-dozen letters to the girl, Tosses us each a wo:d, or maybe two, Looks at the papers, lights a good cigar, 'Phones to a friend, and then goes oud to lunch. And I go homo and say to maw — ''Gee whizz ! X LU UUirw. J. Vr IftU J. V» -tb L li L . But my, when things go wrong ' May be a .~l ri he, ' Or prices down, or some bank goes and busts, — - Then ain't he Johnny-on-the-spot at eight ! Then ho .ion't take no time to read the news, Nor eat. no lunch, but keeps us all a i-ump. Then he shoots letters at the girl til! sue Gets fiustery red spots on her checks ; am! makes Even old Chief Clerk hustle; you know him, That rat one, with sort of double chi,-.. And me- -why, I'm greased lightning when he calls. And when night comes, then lie looks kind er pale Aud anxious like, and yet so full of fight, I get a sort of aching in my throat Like something choked me, wh...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Bibbenluke. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

. liweilifte. ? * ? (From our Coriespondent). Thunderstorms have been very pre valent during the past week or two, accompanied by severe lightening. The township will present somewhat a dull appearance for a short period now, as shearing is generally termed our busiest time. Rehearsals are again being held in the Station Hall under the supervision of Miss Wildash, in the preparation for a coucert in aid of the Sunday School to be held in January. The squatters' pests, the rabbits, are exceedingly numerous on the surround ing farms at present, even to the extent that aged residents speak of not knowing ot sucn numoers. It is with deep sympathy for Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Binstadt and family, that I report the death of tlieir eldest dacghter Emily, who passed away on Saturday evening last. Deceased who was suffering from that dreaded diphtheria, was under treatment in the Bombala Hospital for about a period of about three weeks. On returning homo a fortnight or so ago good progress was mad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

A Paper for the People . Smith ere llccOT'd ami Ma'rH'iiir, j Printed at Candelo. » Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the ; Southern Districts. x Stands for no Tarty, but. for Principles. Panders to no class, clique, or corporation Lives and .labours for Truth, for the best interests of the ; community, and for the highest good of the people, aters 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-lifc'ting 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 ii earns. The Subscription to tMi Jomm&l is -£1 ' pes annum, 33'U' Great DISCOUNT 'for all SS!^^' ADVANCE PAYMENTS. MM M...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

News and Notes. The Sisters of St. Joseph left for Sydney yesterday on their annual holi day. # * * We are pleased to report that Master Victor Hefferuan is speedily recovering from his. recent injuries. The Sisters and pupils of St. Joseph's Convent celebrated the breaking-up of ? the school for the Xmas holidays with a picuic on the Show-ground ou Tues day. * * # '? Telegrams have been received from' Southern Cross reporting a ' general strike.' upon the Bullfinch field, the miners demauding an increase in -wages. It is however, officially stated that work upon the Great Finch claim has not been affected, as all the pro specting there is being carried out by contract. ?» -s * A Mn. Donald Knox has recently been commenting severely on the faulty vocabulary of the average-- Australian politician. He declared that in the . _ ? . ? ? 1 ? ? i,„m, receuc puny uuui Jjaiuco urtM frequently used words with systematic contempt for their meaning, ' merely to throw a veil of sentiment over, s...

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CURRENT TOPICS. Advantages of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

CURRENT TOPICS. Advantages of Australia. No country in the world has the advantages for dairymen which Australia has to offer. It is a big thing to say. But it is said by men who have travelled in other lauds, and know exactly what they are talking about. One of the latest testimonials is from Mr. Mills (Mills and Sparrow, of Lon don), -who told a meeting of Victorian farmers recently that Australians hardly appreciated the enormous natural ad vantages they enjoyed over competitors. All of the butter-producing countries north of the equator are obliged to stall and hand-feed their cows during six months of the year. Against those oonditions, the Australian can feed so much more cheaply, and if it ever came to a matter of the survival of the fittest the Australian nmst wiu. The trouble about the dairymen of this country — it might have been added, by Mr. Mills — is that they take the country to be too liberal, and their refusal to gro;v sufii cieut feed leads to disaster so frequent ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

NoticBo I HEREBY beg to notify that, there has beea running on my property for the past 18 mouths a Jersey Heifer, unhranded and without mart, which, if not claimed on or before the 24th inst. aud agistment paid together with the cost of this advertisement, will bo sold. W. B7:TG LIT, Candelo. Ail Stair Piotxass. WILL be shown in CANDELO evary M0N~ DAY NIGHT, commencing next MON DAY, 19th, and every MONDAY after wards, in SCHOOL of ARTS. Change of Programme every Week The Latest and most up-fca-date Films pro. curable. Refined, instructive, educating and amusing, 'With incidental M i'ic. W. M. BOARD-VAN, Proprietor. ? , The IHawarra & South Coast [ Steam Navigation Co. Ltd. [ CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS TO AKD FROM \ THE SOUTH COAST DISTRICTS. Special Notice to Passengers, Tourists, & Others. EXCURSION TICKETS (Saloon Return) at the undermentioned rates will be r issued by this Comnany. commencing on s WEDNESDAY. 1-iTii DECEMBER, ; 1910, and expiring on THURSDAY, 19tli w- J...

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Progress in the Dairy. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

Progress in the Dairy. We supply Curd Mills to be worked both by hand and power. Improved Cheese Presses fitted with buffer springs, 'We also SUiViHV Vi'W svmerinr Tp!p_ Li. t * ? 1 ? scopie Cheese Hoops; being machine made they are neces sarily accurate and the cheese always comes irom the press in perfect shape. We supply Seamless Cheese Bandage in 7 'and 13- }.' We recently im= ported some very superior Curd Cutting Knives, the best we have se?n for a long time. We have a very tine assortment of Cream Cans and will be pleased to send particulars along to any body interested. Special Weighing Machines on the central system for all dairy purposes. Tinned steel Yats of superior quality. Ikbcock Milk Testers in stock from 2 bottle size upwards. We carry ' ' ~ an immense stock of Glassware of all kinds for use in connec tion with Babeoek Testers; to large buyers we quote special rates. Churns add Butter workers of thoroughly seasoned, timber and best workmanship made to order in any s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

„ Read Covered With Mattering Disease. ZAM-BUK TO TtlE RESCUE. --My 'little girl, Lilliau,' says Mrs. Arthur : 3Toisytli, of Raudol ph {Street, Thebarton, Adelaide, S. A., ' injured her knee, which became very inflamed, and developed into a ruuning sore. She suffered very much from the intens* pain aud at last became so bad she was not ablo to get about. For six -months the child was in an awful state. During this period we tried everything'''* we could think of, but nothing did it the slightest good. 'A friend gave me some' Zam-Buk to.:try, as she was sure it would do Lillian good. A short time after com mehcing.with Zam-Buk the inflamma tion subsided and the- edges of the wound drew together, and new healthy skin began to grow over the damaged area. After persevering with Zam- _ Buk the wound was completely healed, and the child able to gfct about again. ' On another occasion a bad attack of eczema broke out on Lillian's head, which proved obstinate. The disease made its appearanc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

\\ i And This. I ;i — _ S | \ SanscitiEERs to the Southern Kecord are ^governed by the following j LAWS EELATING- TO XEWSPAPF/RS: j i 1. Subscribers who do not give exrres : ; notice to the cont rary are considered as iviah- ' i ing to continue their subscripliuu.s. j .. I 2. If subscribers oider the discontinuance , ! of their periodicals, the publisher may con- i I tinue to send them until arrears are paid. ; 3; If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the postofiice orother piact: to which- they are directed, thev are held responsible until they have settled their j bills and ordered the periodicals to be di-- ! continued. | _?!?. If subscribers move toother localities I without informing the publishers, and their, papers are sent to the former direction, the ? .subscribers are responsible. ! 5- The courts have decided that ' refusing jjto take periodicals from the office or reitiov j.nig or leaving them uncalled for, is priju j; i-'aci ovidenca of intentional fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

^ Read This- | To Our Readers: Wo would aslc you to help us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep- i l'osentative newspaper by forwarding at your earliest- convenience information Hint wi!i be of public in terns t. i'ou will thus [; do in nth toward advertising your jwrtien ji lar part et (he electorate. Should you | fail to secure your copy of the Rkcord 1; regularly, a complaint made ta us will ; j suit in the in;.* tor receiving prompt invus !| tigation. i! To Costeibutoks: Whilst we unhesitatingly j throw our columns open to contributed ij articles on any subject, we reserve.! the j right to veto any contribution, or sentence ! of same which we consider libellous or j seditious. Should a writer assume a son j Bo plume, his real name must accompany I] his or her manuscript to insure pnblica || lion. Manuscript must be legibly written I oiui reach us not later than Wednesday I of each week. ? To Correspondents: To facilitate expediti ! ous printing we^ request our liumerpu; j ! c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. Ik you were able to live just right all the time there would be little need for medicine, less need for doctors. But . some little thing is corstantly coming along tc put us out of balance — expo- sure, change of diet or drinking water, irregular meals are little things that will at times upsec the best of us. Nothing particular the matter, but wo don't feel good. At such times the wise among us will take a few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets with certain knowledge that they will put us right, ' right away.* -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

To Stand the Season. ? AT BEGA, r^lv and to travel the surround inj? District. The Pony Stallion, PISGAIJIHNYII. Dam MASCOT. Sire PICCA.XINY g & f * t§ g' 3 ^ . 3 ' t Z $ I 1- a I ? ~ . B X. . . c. .v Ci ?— ^ ? 2 = a : :? a 3'. ... := 13 '2 ? . -.3 p ?? ; S . . O 2 ? a ? ? a ? . .. . ct- . ?? '.pi o :~''-p = ; ^ '3 -5 - ? ? nj :? .' p1 o~ 2 ? - ? :n -?— £. ^ ? . .. ''g - ; ' P ^ I - ! PICCANINNY II is a beautiful dark Bay with black points, standing 13.3 V hands high of spi sndid conformation, with plenty of bone and muscle and has proved, himself a sure foalgetter. Terms £2. A reduction for two or more mares. C. JOHNSON, Proprietor. The He® Palace Emporium, The Home of. . . Antho&y Horderrts' Famous Low Prices The Lowest in the Land. Send for our ... LATEST llliii PI81IS® PISIWU! Posted Free on Application. It illustrates the smartest creations of the Season, and will solve the problem of economically conforming to the pre vailing modes. msm HORDES!! t SONS, CiiliY ...

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