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Seven Youthful Deserters. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Sevei YouthM Desert ers. A story of a determined attempt by seven lads to escape from the Melbourne training ship John Murray iu the early hours of Sunday morning last has just been disclosed. The attempted escape took place shortly after 1 a.m. The watchman had his back turned to the companion-way for a few minutes, when the seven boys clambered stealthily along the boom and dropped silently to the ship's motor-boat, bobbing astern. It was the work of a moment to un fasten the painter and two pair of hands gave a ' shove off' towards Port Melbourne Pier. All their efforts to coax the motor into action, however, were futile, and as a last resource the midnight navigators ripped up the boards formiug the floor af the small craft and hoisted them for'ard in their arms as sails. Suddenly lights began to flicker about the deck of the John Murray, and by the sounis that reached them across the water the deserters knew their departure had been dis covered. On board the training ship no ti...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bega Annual Races. SECOND DAY'S RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Bega Annua: Races. SECOND DAY'S RESULTS. S.:coxi) HuRDr.G Race, of £40 ; 2£ miles Smith's b g Dollar Bill, 10.2 (Reed) ? ... 1 E. Gr. Black's Wobbigoug, 9.2, car. 9.6 (Oollett) ? ... 2 G. Edward's b g Silkland, 9.4 (C. Clarke) ? 3 Prose, 10.5, also started. Belting : (5 to 4 Dollar Bill, 2 to 1 'Wobbigong, 4 to 1 Prose and Silkland. Highweight Handicap, of £30 ; G fur longs. J. It. Rixon's Silver Progress, 8.0 (Kulni) ? ... 1 M. Shan ley's Lady Ursula, S.7 (Gr. Reed) ... ... ..; ... ... 2 W. Ralph's Maurine, 8.G. (Field) Other starters: Overlook, Espero, Soma. ' Betting: Evens Maurine, 6 to 4 Overlook, 4 to 1* Espero, G to 1 Silver Progress, 8 to 1 other1?. * Town Plate, of £80 ; 1 mile 110 yds. ]Sf. C. Eeclestou's Woodkiug, 7.9 (Field) ? ... ....... 1 J. C. Ryan's b h Lucky Jack, 8.5, (Whitehall) ? ... ... 2 L. O'Brien's Lemouwood, 8.1 (P. H. Kuhn) ? .,. ... 3 Other starters : Seur.awood, Stitch in-Time, Selah, Harley, Warsprint, Shooting Gallery, Ruby Black. Betting : 2 to 1 Harle...

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The Brilliant Hughes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Tie BrlliSflal ffliisiss. Not so many years ago (says a Mel bourne paper) William Morris Hughgs ? ? ? ? tl .o-iinUa,.- iji Sufl'xw ? W ^ - precarious living as a meuder of things That was not his trade, of course. He had been well educated in Wales and London, and ought to have been a school teacher. But the early part of his life is a hard luck story. Fortune treated him badly. He learned what it was to be poor, friendless, and hungry. He was a red revolutionary in those days. He hated society for the burdens it put upon him. He knew he had brains, but society had no use for them, and he was forced to make use of a certain ? mechanical skill to keep himself and his family alive, idle mended umbrellas, violins, pots, and pans, shoes, anything. Ee also ran a newspaper for a while, but it. was a fierce revolutionary paper and found a grave in a crimiual libel prosecution. To appreciate the extra ordinary ability of the man, it is neces sary to recall these things. It is neces sary to ...

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Memories. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Memories. ' Let us forget the things that vexed aud tried us. The worrying thiugs that caused our souls to fret: The hopes that, cherished long, were still denied us Let us forget.' Let us forget the little slights that pained us, The greater wrongs that rankle. some- limes yet; The pride with which some lofty one disdained us Let us forget. Let tis forget our brother's fault aud failing, The yielding to temptation that beset, That be perchance, though griefs be unavailing. Cannot forget But blessings manifold, past all deserving, Lvind words and helpful deeds, a count less throng, The fault, o'ercome, the rectitude unswerving, Let us remember long. The sacrifice of love, the generous giving, j When friends were few, the. hand-clasp wai'm aud strong, The fragiance of each life of holy living. Let us remember long. Whatever things were good and true and gracious, Whate'er of right has tmiM-phed over wrong, What, love of God or man has rendered precious, Let us remember 1 -ng.

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Free Laborers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Fne L«Nrers. The Daily Telegraph publishes a speech made by the President of an English organisation of 750,000 work men, the object of which organisation is to fight agaiust trades-unionism and for the independence of labor. Here is an extract of the President's speech : — 'As a working man he looked with the greatest apprebeusion at the insane attempts to dominate and control .industries on behalf of a small minor aty of the working classes who labelled themselves trade unionists and social ists. He objected to tying himself down to drudgery for life by belonging to a trade union, thus putting himself upon an equal footing with incompe tent workmen, careless for the future. (Cheers.) There were plenty of good workmen, stuck fast in trade unions, absolutely committing industrial sui cide bv helping to keep the happygo lucky tribe of incompetents. (Cheers.) .Non-unionists were under a political cloud, while tho blatant, loud-voiced, tall-talking socialist demagogue was courted, con ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

General Nets, ? a In Northern Siberia the grouncf is frozen to a depth of 600 ft * # # Three rabbiters iu the Queanbeyai2 district earned £57 in three weeks. * =* * Heavy rains have fallen in North Queensland. 12 inches fell at Cairns in 24 hours. * * =* The Minister for Defence is prepar ing for 85,000 senior cadets this year. The number is expected to exceed 100,000 by the middle of 1913. ! The two smallest boys riding in Euglaud are M. Davis and R. Stokes, aud the combined weight of these mid gets would be little over 7st. ^ ^ -f? In six years the Tasmaniau Govern ment has received £243,820 as revenue from Tattersall's Consultations. # # # For the fortnight before Christmas the Bullfinch Proprietary Mine treated 265 tons of ore gold worth £14,400. * ?* # Potato rot is caused by a minute parasite which is so small that a colony numbering 200 individuals can live in a space smaller than a pin's head. * * * In connection with the surfing disaster at Moonee, near Woolgoolga when four...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

8000 tailors at Vienna have struck ?work. * * * At Murwiilumbah all the hotel keepers have hospital boxes, aud are enforcing a rule that anyone using cuss words in the bai-, telling tinted tales with sulphuric trimmings, must eon ? ' as a fine varying sums up to Is. 1'IJB ? ' ? ^ * * * ~ The country from Rocky Hall to Wyndham is in a bad state, feed being very scarce. In fact, dairymen have nothing but starvation and ruination staring them iu the face, unless I'aiu falls shortly. In addition to this, rabbits can be seen in thousands, and nothing whatever seems to be done to try- and cope with the pest. This, no doubt, is accountable, to a great extent, for the shortage of feed. — Bombala 'Herald.' * * * A sensational development has oc curred in connection with the finding of the dead body of Archibald Steane 1 in the public gardens at Fitzroy, Mel bourne. A young man, Percy Finch, ^'informed the police that late on New Tear's Eve he was walking through the gardens with two females,...

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A Famous Children's Judge. HOW HE TALKS TO THE BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

a'fmois children's.. Judge. HOW HE TALKS TO THE BOYS. Juih-.e Lixdsey, of Denver', Colorado, is a unique and world- famous juvenile judge, aud bis Juvenile Court is said to be one of tbe most interesting sigbis of America. According to ' R.N.' in the D.T., in tbis court there is no formality It is not a court iu tbe ordinary mean. ing of tbe term. It is a room in which tbe judge sits and talks in a kindly way to the boys— beguiling them to tell tbe truth about.their delinquencies, pointing out iu a gentle but firm 'way that it is a foolish thing for them to do such things, using now and again a little street slang to enlist their interest, aud putting them ou their honor not to repent their misdeeds. Several boys were brought up for stealing water-melons, loitering in the street at night, going into saloons, etc. They stood round tbe table, and the judge questioned them and talked iu a friendly way to them. ' Now, boys^ come along ; we'll straighten this matter up. What have you bee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 January 1911

H0TIC1 MRS. R. 8. TAIT; PEGS TO ANNOUNCE SHE HAS OPEN D ED A N UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE, CORNER OF PAMBULA AND WILLIAM STREETS, CANDELO, in premises known as the late GUARDIAN OFFICE. «ST AFTERNOON TEA AND MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ALL CORRESPONDENCE STRICTLY ATTENDED TO. UK Candelo Coach & Buggy Factory. white' ^ ABD HAMMOND, Coachbuilders & General Blacksmiths. THE LEADING BOOTMAKER. W. Schick, (Next door to Gi'oves' Boarding House.) Ladies' and Gents' Boots made in the highest style of the art. ALL REPAIRS EXECUTED NEATLY AND QUICKLY. Priees Moderate. . . . . . Good Workmanship Notice. TO TRESPASSERS. ' ANY PERSON or CATTLE found TRES PASSING ou MR. W. J. COLLINS' PROPERTY at 'RIVERVIEW' without permission will be dealt with according to law to the furthest extremes, without respect of persons ; no excuse taken. M. P. HART, Manager. IMPORTANT 1 1 1 Public Notice. HAVING taken over the control of the Blaeksmit ning Business for merly conducted by Mr. J. Cossey, J. H0L3E...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

Sparks* from M Anvil. — «. — Whatever glory yon lose in the eyes of men you will find again with God. — S.Phillip Neri. * * * Do what thou ought, and come what come cau. ? — Ancient Proverb. * * #?-.-? He that loves not others lives un blest. : ??:_? — -Home. * * '*. - ?':?' ?-';..?- He is not good who is not greatly good. —Shakespeare.. * '???* ?' - '* ? ' - ..- Life without a cross is _the heaviest cross of all. .-' ?- — Sebastian. * '* '??? * Undertake some labour, that the devil may find thee always occupied. —Jerome. * * * .What signifies wishing and hoping ? for better times ? Wo may make these times better if we bestir ourselves. — Ben. Franklin. * * * !Tis beauty that.doth oft make women proud : Tis virtue that doth make them most admired. « *? « ' You must learn to deal with odd aad even iu life as well as in figures. —Eliot. ?» * * Impossible is a word only to be fouud iu the dictionary of fools. — Kapoleon. Be sure that uo man was ever dis contented with the world who did...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

THIS TIME OF THE YEAR. '' This is the time of tlio year when you catch cold the easiest. Take homo a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and be prepared to sfop auy cough or cold at once. Every boftle is 2tiar.:n- t teed to_ give resn Its/ Sold by all dcn!--:-.s. ' iu medicines.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

BEGA! ? BEGA! Leaving1 the District. UNRESERVED Household Furniture, BUGGY, SULKY, HARNESS, : BUGGY HORSE, and NUMEROUS .SUNDRIES, ~ ' On account MR, S. H. PEA.RCE. On Saturday, January 28, - On the Promises, Carp St., Bega, j At 2 o'clock. ' | 'rTfl! JJAM RIXON has received instruc- * VV tions from Mr. S. H. Pearce to sell by jj public auction us above. the whole of hid c Superior Household, furniture, J Comprising — £ PARLOR— Pailing's Upright Grand Piano C 'Victor.' Piano S tool, One Wicker Saite, ^ Spring Rocker, Oval Table, Draught ^ Board and Table, Gipsy Tablo, Stere scope, 'Whatnot, Mats, Lamp, Pictures, S Ornaments, Linoleum. :: Is DINING ROOM— Sideooard, Large Dining Table, Book Case. Overmantel, Couch, a Fender aud Irons, Child's Chair, 12 p Austrian Chairs.l 2 Clocks, 4 Large Oil q Paintings, 4 Large Pictures, Hanging Lamp, Coi'nice Polo aud Curtains, Vases and Ornaments, Sewing Machine, Cruets, ° Lamps. £ NO. I BEDROOM— Double Bedstead aud u Wu-e Mattress, Washstand and...

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Vale 1910: A Retrospect. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

vole 1910: A Retrospect. Ix his acticle to the D.T. the Hoa. W. M. Hughes -writes as follows : — 'The old year dies, the new is born. We are all a little older, some a little saddei', some a little happier, a few of us wiser, others more foolish than we were twelve months ago. The Old World has moved during the year of grace 1910 as it has from the beginning, and none of us are at its close quite as we were, physically, intellectually, morally, when it opened. Some have gone backwards, some look with bolder, saner, clearer eyes upon life in its multiform phases ; others with outlook warped and cramped by passing time, inexorable faith, or fickle purpose, cower, brooding and fearful of the future. 'We cannot call the dying yeai back to life, nor can all our tears blot out one word the Moving Finger has traced in the Dust of Time. What has happened has happened, and there's an end to it. And much has happened. The year whose sands are now almost rnn out has been a most eventful one. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

Operation Averted By Zam-Buk. ? « ? AGONISING PILES COMPLETELY CURED. 'For some time I suffered severely from piles, which were extremely pain ful,' says Mr. Thomas, of Dale Street, Port Adelaide, S.A. 'I became run down in health, and my appetite dis appeared completely. The worry and pain I suffered was unbearable. I had an awful time and through that I had an internal growt'h. I consulted a doctor who advised the use of the knife for the removal of the piles, but to this I strongly objected. He then prescribed an ointment, but it did not do me the least good. I adopted the use of many other remedies but they did not give me auy relief w ha tever. 'An old lady friend of mine who has been cured of eczema by Zam-Buk gave me a supply to try. I used this and then purchased a further supply and soon found, after the continued ap plications of this wonderful balm, that I was getting great ease and relief. The swelling and the congested state became less and less, until they dis appeared...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

General Debility in Men. ? + ? BILE BEANS, A GRAND MEDICINE WHICH KEEPS THE LIVER IN ORDER. Mr. George Ganfc, of Fisher Street, Clifton, Q., says : — 'A while ago I was feeling very bad iuileed. Everything seemnd to be swimming before mjr eyes, followed by a splitting headache. 1 felt altogether unlit for buisness. not wishing to talk to anybody. While conversing with a traveller in my shop, he remarked that I looked 'out-of sorts,' and advised me to try Bilo Beans, at the same time handing me a few. 'I at once took a dose which had such a beneficial effect that I continued with Bile Beans. Soon the headaches ceased ajd all other symptoms of biliousness disappeai'ed. Since Bile Beans cured me I have felt quite well. They are indeed a splendid medicine.' When the liver is sluggish the whole system is upset, causing headaches, constipation, and biliousness. Now Bile Beans stir up the liver to healthy action, purify the blood, strengthen the digestive orgaus, and banish the cause of th...

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Child Labour in Europe. THE REGULAR AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

* ? 6 ? THE REGULAR AGE. ? o ? In Australia the regular age of factory employment for children is placed at 14 years, though children of 12 and 13 may be employed if such employment does not interfere with school, is not detrimental to health, and does not exceed eight hours a day. Below 12 years no regular industrial employment is permitted. In Belgium child-labour is permitted at 12 years, althoagh between 12 and 1G the conditions of work ara inn eh re stricted. In France industrial employ HieEt may begin at 13, although if school requirements are satisfied and a physician's certificate be secured em ploy- uient may begin at 12. Iu Germany the law permits child - labor to begin at 14, although work not exceeding six hours per day may begin at 13,1 if the required school attendance has been completed. Iu Italy the law fixes ths age at which industrial work may begin at 12 years. In Switzerland the federal law prohibits the factory employment of children under 14, but for dangerous ...

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Cathcart. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

filffiCiiit ? ♦ ? (From our Correspondent). An old identity in the person of Mrs. Lusau Standen passed away on Friday morniiDg, 6th inst., at the advanced age of 83 years. Her remains were interred in the C. of E. cemetery on Sunday afternoon. Harvesting is in full swing. The early crops are turning out well. Mr. Stanley Stewart left, via Tathra, last Friday en rouie for Queensland. His brother Gordon also intends to try his luck in the'northern State, and will take his departure next week. Suppliers at the local factory were paid 8fd per 1b nett for butter fat last month. Working expenses were lfd per 1b. Mr. Perry delivered an address, in the School of Arts, in the interest of the F. aud S. Association, on Monday afternoon. Owing to farmers being busy harvesting and the' uncertainty of the time of starting the meetiug, only a few person ; put in an appearance. Mr Drnmmond, who is accompanying Mr* reny, also spoke a rew words urging land owners to join the Association for their mut...

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Humour. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

[?] Coroner: Why are you so positive the deceased was accident ly killed? perhaps it was a case of suicide. Colonel Bourbon : You seem to forget, sab, that a quaht bottle fall of liquor — full I repeat, sah — was found in his overcoat pocket, sah — 'Chicago News.1' * * * Lord Erskine answered writers of begging letters thus : — on, — x ieei mncn nonorea py your application to me, and I beg to sub scribe'— -here the reader had to turn over the leaf 'myself your very obedient servant.' * * # Sir Francis Macuaghteu tells a story of a certain lawyer who was a candidate for municipal honors recently. While out canvassing he knocked at a cottage door, which was opened by a woman. 'Is your husband iu, Mrs. Blank ?' inquired the lawyer. 'No Sir,' was the reply, 'but I know what you want. My husband is sure to vote for you because you got him off for stealing that ham last week.' 'No, no ; alleged stealing of the ham,' corrected the lawyer. 'Alleged, be blowed !' was the woman's smiling answ...

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Delegate. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

Delegate. (From our Correspondent.) On Tuesday night, the Robert Vincent Dramatic Company appeared in the School of Arts staging the popular drama 'A Woman's Revenge,' and were greeted with a big house, and, judging by the frequent applause, the audience appeared thoroughly satisfied with the performance. The Company ranks as one of the best that has ever visited Delegate, and well worth patronage wherever they may go. During the evening Mr. Robert Vincent sang the popular song 'Yip I Addy' and was loudly applauded throughout the item. Mr. Vincent announced that he would probably visit Delegate in about a fort night's time. While working in a mine at Delegate River, last Saturday, Mr. M. Hutchin son met with a rather serious accident which rendered him, for a time, uncon scious. It appears that Mr. Hutchinson was working in the mine, wifh a mate, when a quantity of earth from the top of the shaft fell in on him, inflicting a nasty gash in the head aud also bruising him severely. For...

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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

WaM ¥§ir District ? ? — Concerning some parts of the district '* news comes but seldom. This is uc fault of the editor, for he has no .$ miraculous power of knowing what is happening in nil the places in the, area of circulation. It is the fault of resi dents in the silfist places. Will some manor woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease ? _ If no one else is doing it for your district, will you try on those lines? Send accounts of public find social events in year township Or neighbor hood, such as ?????eddings, deaths, acci «Vi-(s. emif'tr's, matters touching the intiust rics. err. YvnU- the names of persons very dis tinct lv. Dei not bother about gram mar or spelling ; it is the editor's 'work to 'look after these tiiiios. The barest skclttoif8' is enough. Give information, but let criticism iilonp. Write on one side of the paper onlv. Write your name in some corner: not. jot printing, but to prove cood faith'.

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