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Liberty. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

[?] ? — * ? An extract from a speech of Eugene V. Dibbs on ' Liberty ':—' It does not matter that the Creator has sown with stars the fields of ether and decked the earth with countless beauties for man's enjoyment. It does not matter that air and ocean teem with the wonders of innumerable forms of life to challenge man's admiration aud investigation. It does not matter that nature spreads forth all her scenes of beauty and gladness and pours forth the melodies of her myriad-tongued voices for man's delectation. If Liberty is ostracised and exiled, man is a slave, and the world rolls in space and whirls around the sun a gilded prison, a domed dungeon, and though painted iu all the enchanting hues that infinite art could command, it mnst still stand forth a blotch amidst the shining spheres of the sidereal heavens ; and tbose who cull from the vocabularies of nations, living or dead, their flashing phrases with which to apostrophize liberty, are engaged in perpetuating bke most stupe...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

Spurts from fie Anilil. A ? I ? I The world has moved so far that ifc is no longer necessary to believe that one nation can rise only by thrusting down another. — Roosevelt. * * # The Max that Can, — A somewhat brainy gentleman named Emerson — Ralph Waldo, to wit— onco wrote: — 'If a man can write a better book, preach a better sermon, or make a bet ter mousetrap than his neighbor, though he build his house in the woods, the world will make a beaten path to his door.' * * * A pound of pluck is worth a ton of luck. If there is ono thing upon this earth that mankind love and admire, it ii a brave man — it is the man who dares to look the devil in the face and tell him he is a devil. — Pres. Garfield. * . * * Happiness is not the chief end of life character is — Build it well whate'er you do, Build it straight and strong and true, Build it clear and high and broad, Build it for the eye of God. Character is human nature in its best form. The conscience of society, the light of a communi...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ambition. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

Ambition. — ♦ — He who ascends to mountain tops shall find The loftiest peaks most; wrapt in clouds and snow ; ? He who surpasses or subdues man kind Must look down on the hate of those below. — Byron. Some conceited wights, who study party politics more than philosophy or ethics, call all the laudable desires of the bumuu heart ambition, aiming to strip the monster of its deformity, that they may use it as the livery of heaven to serve the devil in. The former are based ou philanthrophy, the latter on selfishness. Lexicographers define ambition to be an earnest desire of power, honour, preferment, pride. The honour that is awarded to power is of doabtful grandeur, aud the power which is acquired by ambition is held by a slender tenure, a mere rope of sand. Its hero often receives the applause of the multitude one day, and its execrations the next. The summit of vain ambition is often the depth of misery. Based on a sandy foundation it falls before the blasts of envy and the tornado...

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The White Slave Traffic in America. A GLIMPSE INTO HELL! [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

TSie wnitc sioye Tronic In America. — v — A GLIMPSE INTO HELL ! A kecknt isssie of the 'Australian Star' contained the following: — The world has been horrified by the trial just ended in New York, and the glimpse it has given into a world of organised vine. The ' white slave trade' in the United States is real and is of great scale, of measureless cruelty. A work just published. 'The War on the White Slave Trade,' by Ernest A. Bell, says the Outlook, is terible read ing. So is the report from the Immi gra.tion Commission to the Senate on the same subject. But these are ter rible facts of American life which these publications tell, and ignorance of them is no preservation of innocence. It is an invitation to disaster worse than death. Whether there is a personal devil in another sphere influencing ns in this we do not undertake to say ; but that there are devils living in America, male and female, is unquestioned fact. Influenced partly by lust, partly by greed of gain, partly by m...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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can You? [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

€GBI YOO? Can you put the spider's web back in place that once has been swept away? Can you put the apple again on the bow that fell at your feet to-day? Can you put a lily cup back on the stem, and'cause it to live and grow? Can you mend the butterflys wing that yon crushed with a hasty blow? Can you put the bloom again on the grape and the grape again on the vine? Can you put the dewdrops back on the flowers and make them sparkle and shine? Can you put the kernel back in the nnt, or the broken egg in the shell? Can you put the honey back in the comb and cover with wax each cell? You must think my questions trifling, dear; let me ask another one; Can a hasty word ever be unsaid, or a deed unkind uudone? Mr. F. W. Cooneybeer, Sonth Aus tralian Minister for Education, says the State shonld provide the whole cost of education from kindergarten to the university.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Our Member. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

[?] In an interesting critique of Mr. W. H. Wood the Catholic Press says : — Chief Secretary Wood is certainly a fighting man whose prejudices are hardened by opposition. Like most men who do not attract friends or ac quaintances, and live within themselves, his natural moroseness quickly flames into anger ; and when Wood is angry his speech is bitter. He is persistent, too, and in the Cabinet we cannot imag ine him abandoning his own prejudices withouta battle royal. If Wade had a single doubt, if he lacked complete con fidence in himself or his plans, Wood would wear him down for a certainty. He certainly wore him down over the Newcastle strike. Anybody who knows Wood could see his hand in the whole business. It is Wade, however, who is getting all the abuse. Despise Wood or not, you cannot help admiring his lonely and successful struggle up the political ladder. He has been anything but popular in the house itself. He was a rustic in a short-sleeved coafc when Bega first elected ...

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Poetry. Ecce Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

[?] Ecce hmo ! 'O Thou that comest past the stars And past the utmost bound that bars Us from ungnessed infiuity. What hast Thou seen along the road, What marvels vast Thy pathway strewed, The long, lone path to Calvary?' 'I saw the Sower down his brown fields striding Fling wide the frnitful grain. I saw the foxes in the old tombs hiding, By white towns veiled in rain.' 'But this we that are men may see — Did no great Voices speak with Thee A-jonrneying to Jerusalem? Thou that hast walked with Life and . Death In lands forbid to moral breath, What secrets are unloosed of them? 'I heard what games the children's feefc were winging There in your markets met, I heard the price two tiny birds were bringing — That I remember yet.' 'Nay, Lord, but show some wonder done, Now, or in times ere times begun, That flashes forth Thy Deity ; Light with a look a new made world, Or stay the swift hours onward whirled, Till we forget Gethsemane.' '*I knew, I knew ere Eden's rose was blowing, Prick ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

\-x*:~J^~^FVrl YOU 3 *^ £ CHILD'S CHEST TROUBLES £ | TV' 7 HOOPING COUGH. sore I v W throat, croup, bronchitis, and even I; ?j pleurisy and pneumonia, are kept E | at bay by the timely use of those novel K | breathe-able Tablets, Peps. The medicinal S I fumes which are given off as a Peps tablet i | dissolves in the mouth are inhaled directly p | down the throat and into the lungs, where k i- liquid medicines cannot reach. Peps not | 1 only quickly end a cough and keep the g I throat clear of phlegm, but they soothe and § | fortify the delicate membrane which lines | i the air-tubes from throat to lungs, and des- g | troy the disease germs which attack the § I weak spots in the throat and chest. When- | I ever there is any tendency to cough, or to | p hoarseness, or soreness of the throat, give | § your child a Peps tablet. 1/6&3 -perbox * I Perhaps it is s&ot c©iw©E&iei&t for yo*a ta pay cash for | I a Plasao. I. I That fact nxeesS laot stop yots fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

Retching and Pains in the Head. ' I Often Thought My Head Would Burst.' A Miner's Health Restored ,\y Bilk Beans. V^ ' Mr. F. Paulin, a miner and pros/T a living at King's Plains, near I* ^ J N.S.W., says:— 'For about h^ months I was in the grip of bi* Wjf^ s -? and indigestion. I often tho:j,,**.^\^. head would burst, so severe i? ,.& v agonising pains which afflicted t-J?^.^ ^ frequent fits of retching wofj-^^ \ pains shooting from my heaV'i^f ' f'1 terrible throbbing. I could no/ a* ^ food without experiencing nasft i- ^ \ ^ fortable feelings and pains in V- -* My appetite completely failed/ i\~-H'-.*' '*? I became thoronghly miserablj ^i * n t , suited a doctor, and tried %^ ''i^^ called remedies, but in vain. I\j1'-.- - '* commended by a friend to i%~^-^ '?n Beans, and to make snre I would 3^^, \ * his recommendation ho bought a1! i^' \ of Bile Beans, and I started on tuv ^ ^ I gained great relief from the very nV \ t dose, and after continuing the course t b was soon c...

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The Quest of Life. Delivered in St. Peter's Church, Candelo, on Sunday evening last,, by the Kev. Norman W. Gardiner. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

The Quest of Life. __ ? A Delivered in St. Peter's Church, Candelo, on Sunday evening last,, by the Iiev. Norman YV. Gardiner. Text: He that would love life, let him seek peace and pursue it. — 1st Peter iv, 10. Our day is a day of analysis. 'We want to know the why and the wherefore of every thing. In almost every department of life a searching quest is being pursued, and one of the foremost is life itself. We seek an answer to the old wide question 'Is life worth living?' — seek it with a brighter and a steadier light than our forefathers. The question includes our life as separate indi viduals, as men and women forming a so ciety, a village, a district, a nation, a world. Life is carefully tabulated in a credit and debit system headed in the columns 'Evil and Good,' certain things and cir cumstances making it to some a failure, and to others a success. A host of remedies are .offered to us as cures for lifes manifold ills. Can they be remedied? Manifold agencies are at work to gi...

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The Passenger Airship. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

[?] The successful maiden flight of the pas senger airship Zeppelin VII, when she averaged a speed of over 30 miles an hour for 300 miles, according to recent cables, is one of the latest feats of aerial navigation. An equally long voyage had already been made, but this one marks public recognition of the safety of that method of locomotion. Curi ously, it fulfils the prediction of another ' flying man,' for only a few years ago Sautos-Dumout elaborately explained in au English review the trips which he would presently take his friends in a lighter-fchan-air-ship consisting of a balloon, a motor, and a passenger car. Although Santos-Dumout, like many another piouier, has been outdone in competitive progress, his description broadly fits the typical Zeppelin air ship, which has a cigar-shaped combi nation, of small balloons containing hy drogen aud enclosed in a stiff alur minum framework; engines driving fore and |aft screws ; a passenger car between the two engine-cars ; and fixed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

A Paper for the People. ^ rtiltlt ixY\\ ^ l*lWfl ami gjArirtfe-qr/ C^^:^^^^^£=3-£^v^- ? -r-^- s~ ? £^= ? £=H= ? ^.^A-^w- ? c^v^f-1 Printed at Candelo. Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. Stands for no Party, hut 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. Caters for all tastes 4&£ncl Itemperaments 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. Claims 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. yV ? WV ' VW ^V~~-~VW ? WV VW^ VW WV wv -w-w-w »w» » -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

Being a collection of articles Moral and Beligious, Philosophical, and Scientific. Church Services. | OHtholio. \ J ASS will be celebrated as under — .11 JUNE. 2Gth— Bemboka 11. J. J. GUNNING, P.P. CJliuvoli of TCnsilarul KAMEEUKA. PARISH. D I VIVE SERVICE will be held as un der — JULY. 3— Candelo 8 a.m. (H.C.) Kamernlca 11, (H.C)., Wohimla 3, Candelo 7.30 p.na 10— Betuboka 11 (H.C), Tantawanglu 3. Candelo 7.30. 17 — Candelo 11. Wolumla3, Kameruka 7-30 24— Tantawansrlo 11 (H.C), Bemboka 3, Candelo 7.30. 31— Niagara 11. Kameruka 3, Candelo 7.30. 20— (Wednesday) Niagara 7,30. N. W. GARDNER. Australasian jYTetHocliest Uh.ia.roh. DIVINE SERVICES will be conducW as under — JULY. 3— Tantawanglo 11, Bemboka 2.30, Can delo 7.30. 10— Pambula 11, South Wolumla 3.30, Candelo 7.30. 17 — Burragate 11.30, 'Wyndhaui 3, Candelo 7.30. Rev. F. H. Walkden-Brown. T'resT-.vterian.. Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. Sutherland Brown.

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The Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

«? There are doubtless many who will hear of the passing of the Guardian from the stage of publicity with genuine and deep regret. We wonld be surprised if it were otherwise. Humankind is intensely human, »nd the strongest ties of society are those of the heart. When the whithering hand of Death touches our home tkere is a sharp pang as we experience the snapping of still another earth tie in the passing of a loved one. The Guardian, in a very real sense, has been a social bond ; it has entered into the lives of its readers, learned their needs, shared their sor rows and joys, advocated their wants, and bound home to home and life to life in no uncertain way. When its editor and proprietor called it the Candelo Guardian, it was no misnomer, as its record testifies. Truly it has been the faithful guardian of the interests of the community. It would be strange, then, if there were no feelings of regret at its- demise. Yet change and decay and death are the natural marks of time. Men a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

A Grand HIGH CLASS CONCERT WILL BE HELD IN THE SCHOOL OF ARTS, — ON— MONDAY NIGHT, 4th JULY, at 8 p.m. In aid of the Methodist Chureh. Mr. Parker Reeve, the Brilliant Violinist, and Professor Allert, the Clever Elocutionist, will con tribute most of the programme. | TICKETS 2s. and Is. j TjlOE SALE.— PIANO (Victor No. II.) al JC most equal to new ; also ESTEY OR GAN, in good order. Apply I MRS. A. H. SCHUBACK, | Candelo. ? Candelo. LEAVING THE DISTRICT. — OK — Horses, Cattle Vehicles, Har ness, Household Furniture and Sundries. On account A. H. Schuback. On an Early Date. WM. RIXON, Auctioneer. For Quick Private Sale. ON VERY EASY TERMS. Choice Dairy Farm, Known as CLAREMONT, 'Within one mile of the town of Candelo. For particulars, apply WILLIAM RIXON, Auctioneer. BEGA I BEGA! 20 PIGS, 100 MIXED CATTLE, iioani of 10 GOOD WORKING BUL LOCKS complete, first class leaders and polers. On Tuesday, 5th July. At the Bega 'Saleyards. TT7ILLIAM RIXON has received instruc »¥ tions from the ow...

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CURRENT TOPICS. Parliament Meets. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

[?] Parliament Meets. As we have briefly stated in our local columns, the Feder al Parliament was » iummoned to meet yesterday for tho dispatch of divers urgent and impor tant affairs. The general public is awaiting with more than ordinary interest the development of the Federal Government's policy, and the first session will give it a fair idea of the way ' the cat is going to jump.' There are wise-acres who have already mapped out the new Government's track, but it is just possible they are doomed to disappointment. Experience has taught us the fallacy of the saying 'if you see shells you can guess eggs.' We have never yet had a fair 'chance to judge the ability of a Labor adminis tration to govern the country, and we are half expecting that the Socialistic cry will ' peter out,' when words give place to works. Surely we can give the representatives of a numerous and intelligent class in our land credit for a fair amount of commonsense The men in power, for the most part, are men ...

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BIBBENLUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

BIBBENLUKE. On Wednesday night last a few light showers fell. About 16 points were registered, but since then some severe frosts have been witnessed which have thus hindered the showers from im proving the appearance of our little townshiD. A meeting of the newly formed branch of the Political Labor League was held on June 18th, nearly all the members being present. Great interest is taken in the movement here and about forty membera have already been enrolled. This branch promises to be come a strong Labor centre, and the selected labor candidate will be assured of strong support from this League. E. Helmers was elected president, H. Bellchambers and A. Home vicepresi dents, P. J. Binstadt treasurer, and L. Thomas secretary. The local lads held a meeting on Wednesday night last to consider what action could be taken concerning the cup donated by Mr. Goodman, of Bom bala, for competition by the iuniors of the locality. , It was decided at the meeting that a club be formed and be cal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

i| .-And This. ^ Subscribers to the Southern Eecord arc governed by the following - LAWS 'RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: - 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wish ing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may con tinue to send them until arrears are paid. 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 dis continued. 4. If subscribers move to other localities without informing the publishers, and their papers are sent to the former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that ' refusing to take periodicals from the office or remov° ing or leaving them uncalled for, is peima faci evidence of intentional fraud. 6. If subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

;f 'Eead-This-; § ?' ? To. Oor Readers: We would ask you to help us iii' cim compilation ot u thoroughly iep reseu'.a'.ive newspapov. l-y fonvardiug at vour uiU'iiost couvKuieu'ceiuloi'uiatiou that will be of public ? interest,' ?? You will thus | '. do lunch toward aiivertisiag your particu lar part oi the Meet orate. .Should you fail to secure -your, copy of the Kecord regularly,. a compiaiut made to us will re sult in the matter receiving prompt inves tigatiou. '.?'?'. To. Co^TEiBOTORS: Whilst we unhesitatingly '.throw our columns open to contributed articles on auy subject, we reserve the . ' - riijht to veto auy contribution, or sentence ?' of same which wo consider libellous or seditious. Sliould a writer assume a nom de plume, his real liame must accompany ' his or he r manuscript to insure publica tion. Manuscript- must be legibly written aud reach us not later than Wedsnesday of each week. To CoREEsroNDnNTS: To facilitate expediti ous printing we; 'request; our numerous cor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

Hands Covered With Eczema. ORDINARY TREATMENT PROVES USELESS. Five Tears' Misery Ended by Zam-Buk. ' For five years I suffered with eczema on both my hands,' says Mrs. S. A. Moore, of Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, Q. 'I found it most inconvenient to be thus afflicted, especially on washing days, when the soap and soda used to cause me great suffering. The soreness and itching irritation became so un bearable at last that I had to engage a -girl to do my housework. I cousulted a chemist, but his treatment did me no good. I also went to a doctor, who prescribed nedicine and ointments, and, although I followed his instructions conscientiously, my hands still remained bad. My mother advised me to try ' Zam-Buk, and happening to read where ' a lady had been cared of a bad case of eczema by Zam-Buk, I made up my niind to test this balm. The relief I derived from the first few applications ?was very comforting, and after three ?weeks' treatment with Zam-Buk my hands were practically free from...

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