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CURRENT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

CURRENT TOPICS. ? ? It would be difficult to over-estimate the tremendous ob Tlie Mono-rail, stacles which con front the civil engin eer. The uninitiated can scarcely com prehend the actual meaning of tunnels, loops, viaducts, trestle-bridges, cuttings and so forth. Even when we see these monuments of engineering skill and our eyes open in genuine wonder at the vast scale of the work, at the best we can have a poor conception of the her culean labor of mind and body, means and machinery, necessary for construc tion. A work on the feats of a civil engineer would prove interesting read ing and serve to confirm the almost omnipotent mastery of mind over mat ter. Europe, Asia, Africa, America and Australia would all furnish their quota of stories that would almost be romantic in their description of genius triumphant. The bridging of Niagara, the Suez Canal, the Zambesi sp*»n, the Zig-zag, the tunnelled Alps and the great Panama Canal all combine to tell the tale of human ingenuity in i...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry. Through Tears. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

[?] TlrHga Tetrs. An artist toiled over his pictures: He labored by night and by day. He struggled for glory and honour, Bat the world, it had nothing to say. His walls were ablaze with the splend ours We see in the beautiful skies ; Bat the world beheld only the colours That were made out of chemical dyes. Time sped. And he lived, loved and suffered ; He passed through the valley of grief. Again he toiled over his canvas, Since in labour alone was relief. It showed not the splendour of colours Of those of his earlier years, But the world ? the world bowed dow n before it, Because it was painted with tears. A poet was gifted with genias, And he sang, and he sang all the days. He wrote for the praise of the people, But the people accorded no praise. Oh, his songs were as blithe as the morning, As sweet as the music of birds ; But the world had no homage to offer, Because they were nothing but words. Time sped. And the poet through sorrow Because like bis suffering kind. Again he toil...

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The Labour Selection. MR. W. A. LLOYD AT CANDELO. POINTS OF HIS SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

The loftour S«m. ? ? v ? MR. W. A. LLOYD AT CANDELO. POINTS OF HIS SPEECH. On Monday night Mr. W. A.Lloyd, one of the candidates for selection to oppose Mr. Wood in the Labour interest at the forthcoming eleotions, delivered an ad-'^) dress from the Royal balcony. What ever his other qualifications might be for the position to which he aspire||||| Mr. Lloyd's oratorical ability is welllH known to be of the first order, and his address on Monday night was pithy and plain aud free from everything in the form of abuse. The chief points of his address were as follows : He did not intend dealing with the actual platform of his party, but with some of the many charges laid against the Party by its enemies. They were told that the Labour Party was an enemy of the home-life of our civilisation. It was even said that the marriage tie itself was in danger in the hands of a Labour power. It was an extraordinar charge, without a shadow of foundation. The nation's strength and greatness depended...

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Believers' Blessings. Delivered by Key. Win. Watts, Presbyterian, in Candelo on Sunday afternoon last. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

Believers' Blessings. Delivered by Rev. Wm. l\atts, Presbyterian, in Candelo on Sunday afternoon last. Text: Therefore, being justified by faith, we have peace with God, through our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom also we have access by faith into this grace wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God. — Romans v. 1, 2. The Epistle to the Romans is an un ique book even among that collection of unique books called the Bible. It deals with the whole problem of man's sin and salvation, enlivened and illuminated by swift flashes of imagination. Paul states the premises of his argument in the undenied and undeniable sin and consequent guilt of the whole human race, and demonstrates the impossibility of anyone being able to satisfy divine justice by later obedience. For, seeing that it is' the duty of all to render per fect obedience to the law, keeping the law after breaking it cannot in any way atone for the former breach. So, by the deeds of the law shall no flesh be justified...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

^ -And This. Subscribers to the Southern Record are governed by the following LAWS 'RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: 1. Subscribers who do not give expres notice to the contrary arc 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 j to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills and ordered the periodicals to bo dis continued. ?1. 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 prijia faci evidence of intentional fraud. G. If subscribers pay in advance for a ' periodical, they are bound ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

1 \ Read This- l§ To Otrft Readers: Wo would ask you to help us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep resentative newspaper by forwarding at your earliest convenience information that will bo of public interest. You will thus do much toward advertising your pnrticu i r part of the electorate. Should von fail to secure your copy of the Rkcohi) I rogulariv. a complaint made to us will re | suit- in the matter receiving prompt inves j tigation. ^ To Contributors: 'Whilst we unhesitatingly i throw our columns open to contributed articles on auv subject, we reserve the right to veto any contribution, or sentence of same which wo consider libellous or } seditious. Should a writer assume a soji «' de plume, his real name must accompany his or lipr manuscript to insure publica tion. Manuscript must be legibly written and reach us not later than Wedsnesday of each week. '! |To Correspondents: To facilitate expediti l| ous printing wo,, request, our numerous ? correspondents to forward :\1! ...

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The J[?]bbit of the For West. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

''W West. - i ? -- ? Here in Australia we are accustomed to many methods of exterminating rab bits. Poisoning, trapping, and the in troduction of disease has been attemp ted with various degrees of success. In America they have a plan of their own, ?which is worthy of consideration. The rabbit is no less a curse iu the Western States, especially in California, Colora do. Oregon, and Texas, than in our own Never-Never Country out west. ? What is known as the Jack Rabbit in America is really the native hare. It is divided into two species, distin guished by the colcur of the upper sur face of the animal's tail. The first, with a white tail, is the Prairie Hare. The second group comprises the black-tailed rabbits. Their habits differ -widely from those of the rabbit proper. They do not burrow for instance, but bring forth their young in 'forms' which are made beneath bushes, etc As five Jack Rabbits will, it°is esti mated, consume as much food as one sheep, the enormous ravages these c...

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

Tfisifs in General. Mr. Andrew Fisher's iucorae amounts to over £40 a week. * * * The Tweed Times says that if brains and ability count for anything Lloyd should get the job of scalping Mr Wood in October next. # # # In the debate on the Address in-Rep]y iu the Federal House, Mr. W. E. Johnson said that the only way to deal with trusts and combines is to establish absolute freedom of com petition. s * * =» A woman who wsnted to get rid of her baby, gave it to a young lady to mind at Strathfield station, while she left the railway carriage for a few minutes, but she did not return, and the little mite of humanity was taken to the Benevolent Asylum. * * # Dr. Camidge, Anglican Bishop of Bathurst, making leference to the pro posed alteration in the King's Acces sion Oath, said that all that was neces sary was that the King should make a solema declaration that he was a com municant member of the Chnrch of England, and that, as such, he reigned ; but all the words which in any way..^* c...

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The Old Man and Jim. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

lie 0M Mar fieii Jli. By Gertrude Norton. ^F- HE old farm was most wore out, Laud so pore it wouldn't sprout Peas, an' Jim he comes ter me, 'Guess I'll go ter town,' sez he, ' Git a job thar in a store — Farm won'l pay to work no more,' An' he went an' left his dad — ' i Only son the old man had. Twas the best, I reckon. Well, . —A He writ often for a spell. S&iPl After while I didn't hear From him more 'an once a year. Then he married — rich, it sed, In the papers that I read — Jim was pardner in the store; Then he didn't write no more. So, one day, I writ ter Jim, Said I guessed I'd visit him, An' I took my best clothes down, Breshed 'em up ter go ter town; But Jim writ ter me next day, Said he gnessed I'd better stay — Guessed I wouldn't like town life, An' — it might not please his wife. Well, I put my clothes away, 'Lowing I would haf ter stay. Couldn't help it if I died — Jest set down right thar an' cried. Sol didn't go ter town, But jest sorter settled down On the ol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

In Graver Mood Being a collection of articles Moral and Religious, Philosophical, and Scientific. Church Services. -Ja/tholie. fy|ASS -rill be celebrated as, under — ' JUNE. 17th— Candelo 11. J. J. GUNNING, P. P. Uhurch of KngUvnil KAMERUKA PARISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be held as un der — JULY. 3— Candelo 8 a.m. (H.C.) Katr.eruka 11, (H.C)., Wolumla 3, Candelo 7.30 p.m 10 — Bemboka 11 (H.C.), Tantawanglu 3, Candelo 7.30. 3 7 — Candelo 11. Wolumla 3, Kameruka 7. 30 2-i— Tantaivanglo 11 (H.C.), Bemboka 3, Candelo 7.30. 31— Niagara 11, Kameruka 3, Candelo 7.30. 20 — (Wednesday) Niagara 7,30. N. W. GARDNER. .A-ustrtilasiani ]Metlioriist Church DIVINE SERVICES will be conducted 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, Wyndliam 3, Candelo 7.30. Moonlight Services. Mogilla, Monday 10th: Tautawanglo, ? Tuesday 19th; Lochiel, Friday 22nd. Rev. F. H. Walkden-Brown. Iresljytei'ian. Bega every Su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

(estey organs] 1 ? J] Estey Orgasms as*© Ifcmilt by experts on tl*@ experience gained during f fcfoe ssian^afadttare of over osae tSiird of a million organs# Ev©ry inclta of il*e material *ased is tlie best obtainable, and all timber is specially air dried and seasoned for years. il Tbeir ton© is sweet, yet full, of and tbeir case designs exceedingly handsome. f We sell them at all prices Sroaaa J f filO. Catalogue and Price lL4st free on applications WE SELL ON EASY TERMS, j PALINGS, 83S George Street, Sydsaeye I ^IllES WW Sililfa w?© I have pleasure in announcing tliat I have made special arrangements for Stocking a Large Quantity of the above! Grand » (Shampion Prize Wines, and now offer them by the m SINGLE BOTTLE M, . at the Low Prices mentioned. PORTS, 2s 6d, 3s, 3s 6d, 4s and 4s 6d. SHERRIES, Sweet, £2s 6d and 3s; Dry, 3s 6d, 4s aud 4s 6 d. CLARET (quarts), 2s 6d and 3s 6d ; (pints), Is 6d and 2s. HOCK (quarts), 2s 6d and 3s 6d ; (pints), Is 6d and 2s. ? j MUSCAT (Green Leaf)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

£«M® liisril ad - - - - Reform Assdalion. A MEETING- of the above will be held at Collins' QUEEN'S HOTEL on WED NESDAY NIGHT, 20th instant at 8 p.m. All members and those interested are in vited to attend. R. J.McPAUL, Secretary. CANDELO SCHOOL ©F MIS. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the MEM BERS of the above .institution will be held on TUESDAY, 26th JULY, at 8 p.m . BUSINESS — To receive the Committee's Report and the Treasurer's Statement for the preceding year. Election of Officers. E. ALLEN, Secretary. IMPORTANT ! ! ! Public 3fetie§. HAVING taken over the control of the Blacksmitning' Business for merly conducted by MP. J. Cossey, J8 HOLSHAXJSEBj begs to announce that he is prepared to execute all order's at the shortest notice and in the most iiigh-clsss manner ; aud he solicits a fair share of public patronage. H0RSE=SH0EING A SPECIALTY. [§§!r Workmausliip left -to tlie Public's Own Judgment. - TIEEES - ANNUAL FAIR, In connection with the CANDELO METHODIST CHURCH - - WILL BE HELD ON ? ...

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Mixed Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

. Mixef litems. ? « ? Two cases of the receipt of unex pected sums of money by the Railway Commissiouers were recorded recently. This time it is the Treasury which has benefitted by the prickings of conscience to which two persons have been subject. The Department has received sums o £ 3 and 14s respectivelv, with intima tions that in one case it was restitution, and in the other conscieuce money. ?* . * * A minutes delay in treating'somc cases of croup — often the length of time takes to go for a doctor — frequently proves fatal. To save worry keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house, and at' the first indication of croup give the child a dose. Pleasant to take and always cures. Sold by all dealers in medicine.* * * * ' The omission of a punctuation mark often greatly alters the meaning of a sentence. A paper printed a report of a local tea-meeting, in which it was stated that 'Miss ? sang most beautifully, 'Oh, that I had the wings of a dove, that I might fly away ...

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One Million "Alla-Laval" Separators. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

Sepiiters. ? ❖ ? J ust think for a moment what this means ! One million 'Alt'a- Laval' Cream Separators have been sold to dairymen the wide world over. Think of the drud gery in the dairy of 25 years ago and contrast it with the cleanliness and quickness of the present ' Alfa-Laval ' Separat ors and the fact that the' larg est pattern hand-machine — the Alfa Regina — now separates 130 gallons per hour. Dairy ing, as now established in these States, would have been abso lutely impossible but for the 'Alfa-Laval' Cream Separat ors. Is it any wonder, there fore, that the dairyman speaks so affectionately of the ' Alfa Laval' Separator? The ma chine has become part of his ex istence, so to speak. The 'Alfa- Lrval ' Separator was ahead of all competitors 25 ' years ago, and it is further ahead of all competitors to-day than it had ever been during its distinguish ed career. The sales of the 'Alfa- Laval ' Machines vastly exceed those of all other makes com bined. The Agents in this State...

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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

EDEN. On Tuesday morniug one of the most j exciting whale chases ever witnessed here took place, which resulted in the capture of two fine humper whales. | The whales came in on Alonday night about midnight, pursued by the killers, j and their bellowing awoke a great number of residents. About 4 a.m. the whalers came across from the whaling station and shortly after daybreak made fast to one aud lanced the other loose. The whales were then in the northern bay, but they steered around the light-house into the inner bay, the killers working splendidly all the time. For several hours the chase went round the inner bay, presenting a splendid sight to the spectators stationed on the various headlands and to those following in motor launches. The whales then made a dash for the open sea, and, despite the efforts of the crew and the killers, succeeded in getting out. They were, however, eventually killed at ' Alowara,' about seven miles from here. The two whales are each about 50 feet in l...

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Inter-District. BIBBENLUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

[?] From Our Correspondents. BIBBENLUKE. ? ? The weather here during the past week has been somewhat severe. Gen erally cold, frosty mornings followed by keen winds. A team from the Bibbenluke foot ball club will go to Nimitybelle to play a team there on Saturday, July 16th, for the Bombala Competition Cup. Following are the players selected to represeut Bibbenluke. Full-back, A. Kelly ; three-quarters, (J. rJinstadt, O. Hansen, M. and S. Stewart ; five-eigth, F. Thomas, E. Helmers ; half, A. Toms; forwards, A. Helmers, H. and T. Cot terill, C. Robertson, L. Allan, W. Rutherford and V. Stewart. Emergen cies — H. Atkins and H. Thompson. A meeting of the members of the local Labor League was held in the School of Arts on Saturday night last at which the most of the members were present. Several platforms were taken by different members, on which they spoke for some time to the satisfaction of all present. The friends and relations of AIr. Lao. .Greer tendered him a farewell social in ...

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BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

BOMBALA. Next Saturday week, 23rd inst., Bombala and Bibbenluke teams will meet in their first match of the season for the Bombala Cup. The match will take place on Bibbenluke ground. A minstrel show is billed to take place in the School of Arts on Thurs day, 21st inst. The function is in aid of the funds of the Rifle Club and Band. 1 During the second part of the programme a three round fistic exhibi tion will be given by a couple of local champions. | Alessrs. Moore Bros, arrived iu town on Tuesday morning with a handsome new hearse, built to order for them by Whyman and Brooks, of Bega. Air. Chas. Jennings, who. has been confined to his bed for a conple of weeks with a bad leg, which he had hurt at football, will probably have to undergo an operation and have the wound opened. Dr. Welch, assisted by Dr. Pern, of Delegate, will perform the operation in such an event. The weather hasj taken a decidedly great change from big frosts and fine days to nice showery weather. The third ma...

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BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

BEMBOKA. A branch of the Liberal and Reform Association was formed last week with tho following officers : — President, Air. G. E. Ward; Vice-Presidents, Alessrs. Joseph Keys and Jonas Alcock ; Treas urer, Air. R. Moore ; Secretary, Air. F. D. Champneys. The committee con sists of Alessrs. D. Williams, A. Al., Jos. and J. J. Green, H. and Jas. Car penter, C. Jones, A. AIcNaught, Alex. Keys, H. J. Wilton, W. Alussared and H. Johnson. Air. Field explained sev eral matters in which the Association might assist Liberalism in the coming election. A £good deal of enthusiasm was shown, aud the 27 who became members at the meeting appear to mean business. The annual meeting of members of the School of Arts was held on Alon day night. The report shows that good progress has been made, aud the Insti tution is in a splendid financial condi tion. The members roll is rather low, but this seems to be the fashion iu many country towns. Officers were elected as follows : — President, Mr. W. C. Alle...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. Markets : Eggs 14d to 16d ; butter 108s to 122s ; cheese to 8d ; hens 3s to 4s ; roosters 3s to 5s. Demetrius Morfessi, a Greek, residing at Kilmore, Victoria, attacked his wife with an axe, inflicting two terrible wounds on her head, from which a por tion of her brains protruded. He then almost severed his own windpipe and inflicted cuts on his arms. Neither of the victims are expected to recover. It is understood that they frequently quai'relled. The Assembly has passed the Rail ways Loan Bill through Committee. The Bill authorises the Government to borrow £2,000,000, but the duplication scheme decided upon will cost 3| millions. The most urgent works will, therefore, be undertaken first. It is expected that these will be completed within twelve months. The loan will be raised locally. The Crown Lands Amendment Bill was read the first time last night. The Alinister explained that the object was to provide that capital values of home stead selections aud ...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

News and Notes.' A Progress Association lias been formed at Mt. Darragh, -vith the object of agitating for an outlet to- the settle ?jnent. * * * Mr. E. Byrne, inspector of schools for the Cooma district, has been removed to Sydney. Mr. S.'imuel Xiasker, ALA., takes bis place. * * * ^ Mrs. John Collins, senr., returned to B her home during the week, after an ex # tended holiday at her daagbtei-'s home, Cobargo. *. # * A Sydney young man named Tom kins, said to be a ' real ' politician, won the Labor selection for Aloruya easily, securing 235 votes to Air. J. J. Scha back's 35 and Air. B lodgement's one. # * * The first poll for the selection of a candidate to oppose Air. W. H. Wood in the Labor interest takes place to day. The hours of polling are from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. A ballot will be taken at each centre where a branch of the Labor League exists. # # * Tae Johnson-Jeffries fight afforded an opportunity of testing the efficiency of our cable aud telegraphic arrange ments. Forty min...

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