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Australasian Methodist Church [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

.A-ustralasian. lYEetliodxsfc Cixux-oli DIVINE SERVICES will be conducted as under — DECEMBER.. 11th— Pambula 11, Wyndham 3, Candelo 7.45. 18th— Burragate 11.00, Wyndham 3, Can ? delo 7.46. 25th — Candelo 11, Pambula 3.30, Eden 7.30. Rev. P. H. Walkden-Brow n.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church of England KAMERUKA PARISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

o± England KAMERUKA PARISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be held as un der — DECEMBER. ?1— Candelo 8 a.m. (H.C) ; Kameruka llji.nv (H.C.) 'Wolumia 3 p.m. ; Candelo v.30. 11— Bemboka 11 h.cj Tantawanglo . 3; Candelo 7.30. 11 'Wednesday — Diagna, 7.45 ? Candelo, 11 h.c. ; 'Wolumia, 3 ; Kameruka, j 7.15. Cheistjias Day. 25 ? Cannelo, 8; Kameruka, 11; Bemboka 3 ; Tantawanglo 7.30. N.W.GARDNER

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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In Graver Mood. Articles Moral and Religious, Philosophical, and Didactical. Church Services. Candelo District. Catholic. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

In Graver Mood® Articles Moral and Religious, Philosophical, and ' Didactical. Church Services. Candelo District. Catholic. rTASS will be celebrated as under DECEMBER. 25 tli Candelo H J j enlB, r p

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

; '' S!;i0OXL). DAY. ? .:;n ? 'Second Hurdle-Bace, 2j 'tniles 43 ; yds — Prose, PollariBfll,- 'Si 1 id'and,'' '~Keiidl j-, dale, Wobbigong, :Tlie- Kiiijj, Si li mpiafi,' O.T.M., Yellow Aster, L^inohwnoU. . » . High height Handicap,- 5 .'fU'rlbligs— . Rnf.teu uu rg, Lady U rsuhi', Goii] Ii n.ch,. - Hostility, Silver Pi-ogress; ' Warspi'ihf, i Bal'yrogan, Jacobifei Overlook; 1 Lucky :JaCk'v -''-Light- 'Brigade'. :'BtWu' Bird, .?Man fine, The Mohican, Or;'oT:;o', Soma. Espero. . : ?Nurser'y-'-Handicap, - — Ganesa, Woodwork, Satinliiil; Vt'iihnv [Green.: -? , : ? '- ?J' District Handicap, (j furlongs— Lridy Jnke«. Tralis feiv :Hosti li ty. Woud ' K'i air,'' U'enibrah, ZephyiVTlie S.eaie, Overlook, Iceblink,; -Buby; -Black, 1 Ofiye Green; Baffia, Sealark, MuzzJe Loader. : : Ti m'e Haudica p_ Trol ,aboufc raiies — Numhugga, Sal rMariii,r Preedoiu, Machine .'vGun, Kathleen; ' Ringdove, .Gold lock, :Tbe~ Little - Rebel, - Sbcks, P-.cbel : Jim, Togo; itebel- ;B,-' Peeping Tom, Siege Gun. -v'...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bega Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

[?] The following nominations were re ceived ou Tuesday highf for the annual races : — '' ' ... Opening- Ku.iidicap, . : G- 'farlengs — Stitch-in-Time, Lady -Jake, Goldfinch, Ba 1 ly l'ogaii, , ; , .Silver::: P i'ag ross, »%en tiii wood, Light Brigade-; Mau-ribe,. --ISspero. Trial , jiandicap, G furlongs*-1 Lady' Ursula, Hostility, AY:00d iKin^y ^ 'Zephyr, The .Scale (late The. Deiiti.st); O verlook, Gingal, Iceblink, Lucky !\.Tae fci ?? Baby Blfick-, Maurine, . T.heyiLohiciin; ' Olive Green, Baflia,- M.uzale: Loader, Soma. ., ,First;Hujiidle:iiacff, 2 ?miies .yd.4?-- -1 Prose, DolIaT Bill, Kendledale,' Wobbi gong,.; The ; .King, .: Saliinpiaiij -i ' O.T.'M. (iate O.'i1.), {yellow: Aster;. , jFoaL... States, ?fur!6iigs--Ganesa,; Woodwork, Sat.iu bill,- : Wil lo \v~ 'Geeeu. *~Flying Welter, 7 furlongs — Giugal, ; Stjtcli-in-Ti ia.e, ;Bostenhurg, -.?G'I(i(inoh;;| Hostality, Wood King.-.Taf'.f^iite.yHarley. j Lucky .Jack, Bro.whBird,. Yeilovi- Aster; a Olive Green, Selaric, Kspero. ; -...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

ASHTON'S ©IR613S. Oandele, Ttarsday, Deeem'bgr 20. ' ENTIRELY REORGANISED. 30 PSH.FOR.MER.S SO. Including THE ASHT^N EAMILY 8 in number ; also Miss Ethel Ashton, .Australia's champion trapeze artist & wire -walker. 50 HORSES AND PONIES 50. PERFORMING DOGS & MONKEYS and A HOST OF OTHER TALENT. J. ASHTON, Proprietor ; D, LEONI, Eepresentative. Notice. TO TRESPASSERS. i \ NT PERSOITDr CATTLE found TBES /i PASSING on MR. W. J. COLLINS' PROPERTY at 'RL'VICRVIEW' without permission will he dealt with according' to law to the furthest extremes, without respect persons ; no excuse t.iken. M.P.HART. Manager. Office of Inspector of Schools, Bega, 16th December, 1910. 'TVENDERS are invited for the carrying out JL of repairs, etc., in connection with the Public School, CANDSLO. Plana an.'. Specifications may be seen and tender form obtained at the Public School, Ail. tender, i'or works above jB25 must be accompanies by a deposit, in accordance with the con ditions on back of teu...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Humour. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

Humour. i . ? ^ ? Mother: 'You naughty boy! You have beeu fighting. ' Little Son : 'No mother.' — 'How did your clothes get torn aud your face scratched ?' — ' I was trying to keep a bad boy from hurting a good little boy.' — ' That was noble. Who was the good little boy ?' 'Me.' A gentleman who was seated behind a negro in a Main-street car in Memphis (U.S.A.) vouches for this story : — All the seats were taken when a neatly-dressed young negresa, evidently a lady's maid, entered the car. The negro rose with a polite bow and olfered her his seat. ' I hate to deprive you, sah,' she said, as she took it. 'Doan' mention it, mis,' l'eplied the swarthy Chesterfield : ' it ain't no de pravity.' They had reached the outer portals of the front door, and were there going through the process of parting, very lingeringly, ' When I say good night to you this evening,' gurgled Mr. Youngslow, ' do you think it would be proper for me to place one reverent kiss upon you fair hand ?' 'Well,' she si...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agricultural Association [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

[?] Thuksdav afternoon's, meeting :o'f^ the: iCandelq A..H; ,and, ,.D.F^, Association was . welli attend, ed; 'Mivs Ji A.;! Gordon .'-pre-' , siding.1'-' ?' ' ;° ' '.i,.';, Miiniles ^te'read' anifl ^a^opit'ea and accounts passed , for payment., /, ; Jcidges,.antl stevyards-wej-e appojnted: It ; was decided I'not'J. tb.i accept . th e ? tender of the Methodist: Ch'H-rch for. the'j luncheon'- booths,1 the dffer-'of:fhe ladies' ..to provi.d-e luhcBeon'at the animal show ..show being accepted' with thanks. It -vas decided- to build; a.v publican's booth oiJ.',the shd vyigrou rid,- ithe -position1 of which will ? -be reported 'on \by - the Committee; ' l' '?* . ' ', y.' The ; 'foilowing.,' gen.Uemeu. ^yere ,ap pointpd as, a.grqunjl.cbnlmittee.:. iJLessrs ?J- A Gordon, H. P. CoUins,:G.'. Porter,' ?J: F. Allen,- P.' BeresFord; VA:' C-liMm:p' neys.

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A REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

A REMINDER, Of what does a bad taste in the suouth remind yo.u ? It indicates that, your stomach is in a bad condition aud will remind you that there is nothing so gooc'i for such disorders as Chamber lain s Tablets. They cleanse and in vigorate the stomach and regulate the bowels.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tantawanglo Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

[?] T^e, picnic, . giv;ei- by t h e . T aotawa nglo ? folk took;' place : 'on Wednesday/of last: ; week, ;,^nd' was 'well attended. Visitors; beiug.jn;eseiit from;,all th;e. sarr^u.udiiig. ceii tees, ' arid some ? from; ;'far fiwiiy1 MoriarO. '' 'The' ' Hon.'' 'Specs'. Messrs., Sofornon and Britten,:) had everything., in readiness- tor tlie visi to'rs,- and' ^''jhost0 enjoyable ti'me' was speut. ^'xiie \y'ii;nVers.. of .the several. ieye,nts ..a,r1e.(,fis-. folio \ys-;:-rn : Throwing .. cticketi; s ?? ifet oni f»,:: ' A.^-: Targett ;:'Steppihg' '100' yat'ls A.V.Tar'- gett ; All-comevs. .handicap ;P,:; .Heirer-; nan ; Needle race F. Tapper ; Ladies' Nail driving:competitidn Mrs. Targett, — CONTOIBUTED.' ' . '? , ., ; ?? ..ii... \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

A Paper for the People. Sftuttmii Alecor.il ? mid ^terfegr, i ? ? ? V f Printed at Candelo. : Issued every SATURDAY ? Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. an i it* ^ in* i ** « * Stands for no Party , lut forPrinciples. - Panders to no class, clique, or corporation Lives and labours for Truth, for the best interests of the community, and for tlie 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 Asocial bond, a moral in fluence, an up-lifting power in the community. laims to beclean, 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 tMs Journal is cSX peg. aaaum, BUT^s^ We give Great DISCOUNT for all ADVANCE PAY...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

[?] On' Thursday night' last' there was a large' attendance afe'the School o£ Arts', the occasiou being 'the annual coiicert ! given by the scholars' attending the; ;EdetvCohve'ntSchool. '' The ptogratn'me :was a lengthy 'one, arid the way iu Avhich each child performed its part goes : to ?'show tha giveat patience of the Sisters' in ; preparing for ?'? tho concbrti The tableaux Were' :spleudid ' sights, and' 'were loudly applauded^' 'Miss KnoWsley very nicely rendered' thtr sotig ''What would you take for me'papaj,f'and' was prfesented with 'bouquets. ' Fdllbwing is the programme : i Piauo solo, 'Husareuitt,' Miss C. Smith, A.L.C.M ; song (chorus) 'Flower Gathers,' seuio.' girls; song (solo) 'What would you take for me .papa,' Miss Amy Knowsley ; action song, 'See how the men row,' junior boys ; song, ''Close to the threshold,' Miss Beatrice Hayes, A.L.C.M. j Drama, 'Carpels,' characters, Housekeeper 'Miss Doris atrangwidge,' Housemaid, 'Miss Annie Scanes,' Cook 'Master Bart Carrag...

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CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

CHRISTMAS. - S^OMEONE has written of 'the pathless haste of time.' The recurring festivals of Christmas are like milestones on the path of lifo, past which we' hurry to our final goal. It seems but a short time since we were celebrating the previous anniversary of that world's greatest event, of which an inspired penman wrote : ' The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light. . . For unto us a child is born, unto ss a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonder ful, Counsellor, . Prince of Peace.' Time has flown so quickly that the old saying ' Christmas comes but once a year ' is repeated maybe to remind us that a whole twelve months has beeD wiped off the time-sheet. And yet it has been a twelve-months of many great events. The man who has done so much to advance the Christmas message of ' Peace on earth and good will to man ' as to earn the immortal title of Edward the Peacemaker, has gone, but in his going Shakesp...

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PAMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

PAMBULA. Mrs. Jas. Hogan aud family1 h'aVe been spending a holiday with her relatives here. She - leaves ' for her 'liotfib 'at Tamworth again on Saturday. T Mr. Sam Turner left by the Wakatipu, last' Tlinrsday.for a.holidayrin.the; city.. On tiie 2,'i.th Nov, at the ; Methodist Church, Whangarei, Zew Zealand, Mr. Joseph W. George, late of Pambula, was married }o Miss Winifred W. J. Hutcbings, of Mairt6wii,j Whangarei. The Rev. R. Elliott ^vas .the officiating ..clergyman.: ? A very large crowd was present at, the School Concert given' by the Public School' children iu the School of; Arts last' Friday night. The performance; was'very much'appreciated. The affair, weis got up ou very short notice, ai.d -v'as a great credit to the children. A son 'of 'Mr. Al. Haigh met, vvith a nasty accident last Sunday afternoon.. He was riding a youug horse round the racecourse, when it shied, . throwing the rider near a fence, and knocking a rail dovrri on' to his face, breaking his ja\y in three ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

Things in General Since 1900 Germany has boi rowed £140,000,000. * * * Over 2000 motor cars are now registered in N.S.W. * * * ffm. Rixon reports a highly suc cessful sale at Mogilla on Thursday on account ot JVlr. Win. Wilson, ]ur. There was a good attendance of buyers. Cows sold up to £5 17s 6d, dry cows £3 3s, sows with litters £4- 6s, slips 13s 6d, slips 13s 6d, light horses to £8. Farming implements, dairy plant and furniture all sold at satisfactory prices. * * * The Earl of Harrowby, at present on a visit to Australia, is much stuck with the possibilities of the country. The conditions appeared to be much more favorable for English farmers' sons or sons of country gentlemen than those of Canada, but he thought it would be good policy to build railways ahead of population. People would never be encouraged to come unless they were given proper means of transit. 'There was a feeling in England, he added, ' that English capital is not welcome in Australia, and something should be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

~ ? t ? ? 1 y i| And This. % | *,| SCRSCBIBEES to tin; SoUTHEF.N* RECORD arc ' ^governed by the following ! | LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: I 1. Subscribers who do not give exp?^ i i notice to the contrary are considered a.-, ,vi»L j ing to continue their subscriptions. ;j | 2. If subscribers order the discontiunaucc j j of their periodicals, tlie publisher may con- j tinue to send them until arrears are paid. 4 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect ro t;i ke j periodicals from the post office or other place 1 to which they are directed, they are held ,] responsible until they have settled their j bills and ordered the periodicals to bo dis-j continued. j 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 j ;; to take periodicals from the office or remov- ! i! ing or leaving them uncalled for, is prima ! !; 1'ACi evidence of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

I f| Read This t: To Our Readers: We would ask you to help ji us in the compilation of .a thoroughly rep i| rosea tative newspaper by forwarding afe; (I your earliest don venieace information that j ij Vi'i' be ei' public interest. Vou will ? i:\:s fj d-.'. n:;u-5. ccwsml advertising your partiou- j t :--r ;? -'-l vt tlsc electorate. Should you ! | -ui5 to ssnure your copy of the Itacoita ? t lvr.ulariv, eomnlainfc made to us will rn- 5 | .sn!t in the matter receiving prompt iiiveo- j i titration. : L l E j o Contributors: Whilst we unhesitatingly | [ throw our columns open to contributed! ' j articles on any subject, we reserve the j t right to veto any contribution, or sentence | or' same which we consider libellous or ! seditious. Should a writer assume a no.m j db plums, his real name must accompany | his or her manuscript to insure publica tion. Manuscript must; be legibly written and reach us not later than Wednesday of each week. i To Correspondents: To facilitate expediti ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. If you were able to live just right all the time there would be little need for medicine, less need for doctors. But soma little thing is cocstantly coming along to put us out of balance — expo- sure, change of diet or drinking water, irregular meals are little things that will at times upseo the best of us. ' Nothing particular the matter, but we 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.* i v To Stand tlie Season. - ^ ? at BEGA, ? y ]?&?*' ^nd to travel the surround -- District. The Pour Stallion, PICOAHIHHY II.. Dam MASCOT, Sire PICO ANINY ; ^ - tJ -3 £ & . p o m £ 3 a a c vs ?. s* ? g ?: i-3 ?? 2 . . P ^ - , a ' ? t - i 3s* I . Q 5T- ~ ? ? /d 3 JU 3 ? o ' , s-'' ; ? 3 -H . . ^ . © _ 31? ^ Pi ? ? ?.H& . ^ \ . S : . P p ? . PICCANINNy II is a beautiful dark Bay with black points, standing 13.3i hands high of splandid c...

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Correspondence. Our columns are open to the public for expressions of opinion on any question of interest, but we do no necessarily identify ourselves with the opinion of correspondents.—Ed. RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

c®rrespoitece. j Onr columus are open to the public for expressions of opinion on any question of interest, but we do no necessarily identify ourselves with the opinion of correspondents.— Ed. RECORD. P. AND S. BRANCH AT PAMBULA . Tr- f.lifi Tiiflitov. Dear Sir,— It is refreshing to see the 'dry bones' of local interests, move into some„semblauce of life, and it is to be hoped that the flesh and vigor of vitality will distinguish the fresh effort this time by the farmers of the Pambula district. I had almost given np hope of sepino- the South Coast neonle take their place in line with other parts of the State to represent and advocate atten tion to their needs, for without const ant and persistent support among the clamour of other voices, the South Coast will continue to be left where it has been almost throughout its history — without attention and without redress. The farmers have made a good start. Let them keep it up. The interests of the whole community are bound up wiih the p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 December 1910

p»LA CKSMI1HING NOTICE Wm. McCarthy, Wheelwright and General Blacksmith, NEAR TRAFFIC BRIDGE, CANDELO Wheelwrighting and Blacksmitliing in their various branches carried on on the premises. Repairs neatly and promplty ex scuted. HORSESHOEING a Speciality INSURE WITH THE Msfrilin IHM Fire insurance Sep., ill, PITT & KING STRESS, SYDNEY. Risks of FIRE, PERSONAL ACCIDENT, PLATE GLASS, &c., covered at LOWEST RATE. G. HOWARD POPE, Manager; :W. ££. JOHNSON,', Agent CANDELO. j|~yi€^or ^PiagioSo I Victoar lj?ia.ia©s are mantsfac- I 1 ttasredi for nas audi embody ©mr j i half cesattary's experience. j j They are g'raradl wear resisters, | aimcl we specially recommend S 4Si©2b$. where worSi Is heavy — they will last a lifetime. I ? ; ? ? ? ? -r—TT-, rrr, j IE-very Victor Piano is sold fully 'We sell ©au. easy terxsas, and catalogues are free for the | i asKirsg, j[ We H0 PALING -a Co, 333 George 115 Go ureezij Local Agent. — ? ? ? ~ ? SYDNEY AUCTION SALES. ? 1I1I1I| Jill I Hi!...

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