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

Dental Notice. MR. G. fTvERNON, DENTIST, o J&. ixr :d :hs l. o . Egg0 HOURS 9 a.m. to G p.m. [A Caed.1 J. M. CURTIS & CO., Solicitors, S,-e. (J. M. Ourfcis, Commissioner for Affidavits :, ; New South Wales and Victoria.) Eden and Oandelo May Be Consulted Daily. QBMISTON AND 0BMI8T0N DENTISTS, BEGA. MR. J. M. ORMISTON will visit the undermentioned places on the follow ing dates : — WOLUMLA (Scbafer's HoteH Jan. 12. PAMBULA (Robertson's Hotel) Jan. 13 to 16. EDEN' (Pike's Hotel) Jan. 17 to .20. ?-. TOWAMBA (McKee's Hotel) Jan. 21 to 23. ; ?-??-: .xy '- , WYNDHAM (Young's Hotel) Jan. 24, 25 aud 26. . ' CANDELO, (Collins' Queen's Hotel), Jan. 31 to Feb. 5. BEMBOKA (Mudie's Hotel) Feb. G and 7. T\ENTISTRY. Mr. E. S. HEAD!7, ? WILL. VISIT ? CANDELO on EVERY 3L0NBAY, And may be consulted at McGrade's Royal Hotel. ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS— no after ill effects. Expert professional attendance at less than city fees. INSURE WITH THE Australian Mutual fM insurance sqj.,...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

ATTACKED WHILE WORKING. 'While at my work one movnuicr, ] was attacked with severe griping pains in .the stomach,' writes Mr. David Howard, Sale, Vic. 'I tried Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and am pleased to say that it cured mo in a few miuutes. Sii.ce then I have had several ntUcks. an! have always used Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoe.i Retnedv wifh o-0od results.' Sold by all de,ii--rs in medi cines. BILIOUS ATTACKS CURED. Sufferers from bilious atlack.s r;i;onld read this remarkable letter from Mr. Donald Coutts, of Condah, Vic. ' L have been a continuous sufferer from headache and bilious vomiting attacks for 25 years. Dnring that time I have been treated by doctors, besides using all sorts of medicines that proved use' less. Being almost afraid I could revcr be cured, I tried Chamberlain's Tablets, and can assure you that they completely cured me, and I feel like a new man. I can conscientiously re commend them to. all who suffer from stomach aud liver t...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Radium: What Is It? [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

'lillliiii: wli! b it? ' C. A. H.K, in an article written to the Cobargo CnuONior.t:. makes the- follow ing references (o radium : — This wonderful substance, Radium, is one of the most recent discoveries in chernic;\l science ; it-hns never yet been isolated as a metal, it exists at present as a compound substance m the form of a chloride of bromide ; in that state it can never suffer any change, but re mains permanent, very different to any other compound substance in nature. It. obtained it name, ll Radium,' from its marvellous properties of radio ac tivity, giving out light' and heat for thousands of years, without losing its bulk, or in other words, combustion without destruction takes place, quite different from any other substance in nature, and it possesses many other properties, charging by its emanations I its of wood or glass with radio-activity. Radium, on account of . its rarity, is worth three thousand times its weight in apu re gold. There is but little radium in the ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

NEWS AND NOTES. On account of sickness in our staff, our readers -will pardon the curtailing of this issue. * * * Fou Sale A cottage with \ acre of ground, in the vicinity of Candelo. Apply to the Editor of this paper. A nugget of 210 ounces of pure gold ?was struck in a Ballarat mine on Monday. *. =* * A frexch medico, Dr. Icard, Acites no less theu fourty cases of people coming to life again in the morf.uary or on the dissecting table. Are we dead when we die ? * * #? Mr. -Gteorge Dark, well know here, is taking over Mr. Haiold McCarthy's blacksmithing business at Towamba. We wish the new propietor success in his venture. * « * At Hilton the ladies make rifle shoot ing a pastime. A ladies' rifle match lakes place there to-day. Over 28 inches of rain was registered at Bombala last year. XXX A farm of 100 acres at Alstonville was i-ecently passed in at £36 per acre. # * * A potato crop at Wagga has produced a return at the rate of £260 per acre. t t t It costs the Byron Bay Dairy Co...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Bombala Jockey Club. NOMINATIONS & HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

BOIHfeOlfl JH€M€i Oil. NOMINATIONS & HANDICAPS.. Opening Handicap— Stitch-in-Time 9.12 Espero 7.7, Zephyr 6 10, Ballyregan 6.10, Pearl Ash 6.7, Silver Progress 6.10 Trial Handicap— -Spliuterwood 9.5, Light Brigade 9.0, Senna Marine 8.0, Proso 7.10, Corrid (late Echo) 7.12 O.T.M. 7.5, Charlie 6.9, Illareed 6.7. Jockey Club Handicap — Priorwood 10.5, Stitch-in-Time 9.3, Wood King 8.9, Romance 7.8. Olive Green 7.5, Corrid 6.7. Town Plate— Priorwood 10.6, Stitch in-Time 9.4, Wood King 8.10, Romance 7.9, Olive Green 7.6, Senna Marie 6 9 Illareed 6.7. Shire Handicap— Light Brigade 9.5, Senna Marie 8.5, Corrie 8.3, J.O.K 7.10. Quidong 7.0, Illareed 6.7 Following are tho nominations for the other events: Highweight Handicap— Corrid, Light Brigade, Illareed, Quidong, Senna Marie, J.O.K. Federal Handicap— Prose, Lightwood Corrid, Charlie, Ilareed, Aladden, Senna Marie, O.T.M., J.O.K. Shorts Handicap — Stitch-in-Time, Corrid, Priorwood, Espero, Pearl Ash' Illaveed, Sglinterwcori, Zephy...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Oils Which Lubricate. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

Oils Which Lubricate. Since we took up the sale of Machinery Oils, this .'department of our buisness has advanced by leaps and bounds and we now pirjoy an excellent reputation for our machinery oils. W.& J's quality becoming quite ? a standard of excellence. We have regular shipments arriving from the Standard Coy, and the prices we pay are right and the quality ~is of the best, con sequently no other firm can give better value than we can, and we know that many Store keepers have other business brought to them simply because they stock our Machinery Oils. The 'Oils are the. magnet, which attracts other buisness. Gustoni crs when ordering oils,, who have not bought from us previously, will please say for what pur pose the oils are required, and we will- send the most sui table. : We allow special discounts to Storekeepers and Wholesale Buyres. We would most firmly impress upon all buyers of machinery oils that the lowest priced oil is not necessarily the cheapest, as if the ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

enact. ? « ? Candelo and Bega cricketers met on the local wicket on Saturday last, and Caudelo won by the big margin of an inniugs. and 60 runs. Bega batted with seven men only, while the local club played with a full team. W. Wren 14 aud G. Robinsou 24 in the first innings, and F. Kent 37 and C. Wren 11 in the second innings were the only visitors to reach double figures, while for Candelo the principal scorers were T. Pike 42, W. Collins 41, Rev. Brown 20, R. Tait 20 and W. McCarthy 12. The following are the details : — JJOJUH ? J.OU JL.11111LI ti°* W. Wren, c Pike'b Collins ? 14 H. Wren, b Collins ? 3 G. Robinson, b Collins ? 24 V. Tarlinton, b Pike ? ... 8 F. Kent, c Fitzell b Pike ... ... 0 C. Wren, b Collins ? 2 C. Frazer, not out ... ... ... ... 0 Sundries ? ., ... 8 Total ... ? ... ... 59 Bowling Analysis — W. Collins 4 for 18, T. Pike 2 for 10, Rev. Brown 0 for 11. CANDELO— 1st innings. Rev. Brown b Robinson ? 20 W. Collins stp Wren b Kent ... 41 T. Pike c H. Wren b C. Wren...

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

^ HI-, And: .This. -|:-:J i Subscribers to the Southeen Eecokd are governed by the following LAWS BEJLATING TO NEWSPAPERS: j 1. Subscribers who do not give exprea i notice to the contrary are considered as tvish- : 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, j 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take j 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. 6. If subscribers move toother localities! without informing the publishers, and their; papers are sent to the former direction, the i subscribers are responsible. i 5. The courts have decided that ' refusing ! to take periodicals from the office or remov- ! ing or leaving them uncalled for, is prims \ ii'Aci evidence of intentional fraud. I G. If subscribers pay i...

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

I Read This- I|\ To Ova Eeadees: ~\Ye would ask you to help us in the compilation of a, thoroughly rep resentative newspaper by forwarding al , ''' . your Oiii-liesfc convenience information (lint ! ???ill !«?- of public interest. You will (bus f: i'i. r.ii'f.h toward advertising your particu j! in- 1.1.1 rt of the electorate. ShouM you |! ::iil to secure your copy of the Bkcoud f| regularly, a complaint made to us will ro ll s^nlt in the matter receiving prompt inves i tigation. .?To Contributors: 'Whilst we unhesitatingly 1 throw our columns opeu to contributed , - jj articles on any subject, we reserve the : (I right to veto any contribution, or sentence ' of same which we con.sicter libellous or ; seditious. Should a writer assume a son j j de plume, his real name must accompany his or her manuscript to insure publica- j I tiou. Manuscript must be legibly written , j and reach us not later than Wednesday; j of each week. | ! ' ! I To CoKRF.sro5D3NTS: To facilitate expoditi- j I ...

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The Poor in Tokyo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 14 January 1911

|Tlie Piir ii Tokge. SoiiE envious details are given by a French writer ou Japan witli regard to lie provision madejfor poverty iu Tokyol. It appears that in that one city there are no less than 588 refuges, or homes for the poor. The guests of these places are loagea in irameuse ruouis, ai rates which vary according to the space aud luxury desired. The unit is 'one- mat' spac — about 3 feet by 6 feet. The rich among the poor take 'twe-ma't,' or even 'three-mat' space, and pay double or treble, within the category of yuxur they have chosen. There 'are five categories of luxury — the classes being determined mainly by the number and quality of the blankets allotted per head. The cheapest accommodation is 8 sen, that is between a fathing and a halfpenny per head ; the dearest stands at nearly a penny per head. Both the first and the fifth classes poor get a re duction for a stay of two nights^so that 'one's lodging need not be more than tow, ?''^'or three pence a weak, if one's tastes...

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

.«???? To Stand the Season. Z-g&W' ATBEGA, ??'£ EfK?. and to travel the surround ?_? r;V^fewl;':O| in' District. '*rt'BWTiie Pony Stallion, Dam MASCOT, Sire PICCANINY te' ? - tj H3 -. SSj ?' . P © S 2 S B ?X ??«' . ? ' a- H £ ^ »j 2 P t» --? s ? — 'I JL - as« g - ? I' n i s i - n - ' ' %- s° I. t K ? -p ? ? . J? §??? ?? ?§ p --; PICCANINNY II is a beautiful dark Bay with black points, standing 13.3* hands high of splendid conformation, with plenty of bone and muscle and has proved himself a sure foalgetter. Terms. s32. A reduction for two or more mares. C. JOHNSON, Proprietor. Tie Hew Palace Emporium. The Home of ... Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices The Lowest in the Land. Send for our ... 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. AHTHOHY HOBDEBH & SOMS, ONLY UHIYERSRL PROVIDERS, JJSK PSIi&CB EMPORIUM, BRIOKFIBIiD Hl&Ii, SYDNEY....

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911

Tttigs lit Geseral. George Shirley, of superphospute fnme, is dead. f t t Nearly 500 immigrants arrived from England by the steamer Mamari on Saturday night. + + + 4- 4- + A snow white snake with pink eyes, and measuring lo inches, was caught at Kangaroo Yalley recently. It will be sent to the Sydney Museum. t t t The Police Conrt statistics for 1910 show that there were 1953 convictions for drunkenness in Adelaide, an increase of 400 on the previous year, aud the largest record for the past 20 years. * # * An American syndicate is said to be hard at work in Sydney on a scheme to corner Australian meat. Reliable in formation goes to show that the Sydney wholesale meat trade is rapidly passing into the hands of (two or three individ uals. * -* * 'Two months hard labor,' quoth Gus Roe, P.M., to a perfect lady who had jabbed a constable in the face with her hat-pin. 'Every woman drawing a hat-pin and brought before the court will get a couple of months iu gaol.' Delectable items from t...

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The Dairy Cow. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911

Tie Dniry im. Tue Dairy cow, says the 'Sunday Times,' is sometimes referred to as a machine that, manufactures milk. This is practicallyjtrue, therefore she requires to receive the proper amount of food of good quality to enable her to yield largely. In a recent number of an American farmers' bulletin the body of an animal is referred to as being mechanically a very wonderful machine. It has a peculiar interest inasmuch as it is what au engineer calls a prime motor — that is, it moves itself and may sup ply the power to move other machines. There is, in fact, iu some respects, a very close likeness between the animal body and what are kuown as internal combustion motors — for example, those engines in which power is developed by burning liquid or gaseons fuel in the cylinder of the engine itself. Au engine of this class requires two things to operate it. First, sufficient repair material to keep its working parts in running order ; and, secondly, a supply of fuel in proportion to th...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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A Human Ostrich. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911

A HllME! ostrich. ? ff ? One thousand five hundred aud fifty one separate pieces of hardware and other indigestible substance were found in the stomach of SallieRoper, a negress, who died at the Missouri Hospital for the Insane. She has beeu there since 1903. Eatiug has been the womau's mania. Her .appetite was insatiable. She suffered no ill-effects for a long time. Then a pin worked its way into the lungs and caused her death. Dr. A. C. Pettijohu, superintendent of the hospital, vouches for the cor rectness of the' following inventory of the more than live pounds of 'in- solubles' taken from her stomach ' Four hundred and fifty three - nails, forty-two screws, nine bolts, five tea spoon handles, five thimbles, three salt shaker tops, one nail file, three pieces of steel two aud a quarter incher long, ten taps for 3-8 inch bolts, sixty-three buttons, one hundred aud five safety pins, one hundred aud fifteen hairpins, fifty-two carpet tacks, one hundred and thirty-six common pins, s...

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The Coronation. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911

The MroietiOH. Westminister Abbey will be closed at the middle of February pending a com plete internal transformation. There were 7000 present at King Edward's crowning, but this .number is nicely to De exceeded as iS.ing ueorge requires accommodation to be provided for the members of the House of Com mons, and ladies. Every member of the House of Lords will be entitled to two tickets. These demands must be satisfied before the foreign royalties arrive. Jljxtra accommodation will be secured by erecting galleries in the Edward Confessor's Chapel. Sir Frederick Bridge, the Abbey orgauist, will control the musical arrangements. The Queen will person ally select the Anthems. By invitation 500 members of the famous choirs will take part. Electric communication will be main tained with the gallery where State trumpeters will be stationed. The first noto will be a signal that will be trans mitted throughout the Empire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911

A Paper for the People. and Printed at Candelo. Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the *3 uu ine in uisincis. | . ^ Stands for no Party , hut forPrinciples. Panders to 110 class, clique, or corporation Lives and labours for Truth, for tlie best interests of tlie community, and for tlie highest ;. good of the people. Caters 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-lifting power in the community. Claims to beclean, reliable, ontspoken, 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. Tlie Subscription to this Journal ii -£1 . per asmum, HUT We give Great DISCOUNT for all , ADVANCE PAYMENTS. Send is FOUHTEEW SHILLINGS, wiiii par mm ant ...

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Congress and Kissing. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911

C®sifres§ ail lissisif. ' The practice of kissing is one, of course, that should be steadily discouraged.' said Sir Phillip Sydney Jones, when enumera ting at the Science Congress the other day the measures necessary to check the spread ol: J consumption. In this lie .was ! supported by another medical man,' and the expression of ap proval which the sentiment elicited indicated that severe science frowns coldly upon romance when it regards it as blocking the way of patho logical reform. Whether this pronouncement will bring the practice into sudden disfavor, however, is another question altogether. An interesting debate, in which several doctors took part, in reference to consumption ranged over a wide field. The sense of the meeting appeared to be decidedly in favor of the compulsory notification of con sumption cases, and various other remedial measures were suggested, including the estab lishment of dispensaries. The fact that sleeping in the open air is now practised so widely i...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Quotations from Books. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911

CMtofiMS front Books. Whenever you find a man talking rot you may be sure he is perfectly happy.' — 'Tinsel aud Gold' (by Dion, Clayton Calthrop). VJC '577 '51C 'It is only Love that keeps the whole pathetic mass together. Fine slender cords binding men and'womeu. The light in a woman's eyes, the smiles of children, the action men do from affect ion — these things keep the world alive. Nothing matters but that. The worst man loves somebody; the best mau loves everybody.' — 'Tinsel and Gold. # # # ' My morality is this — enjoy your self, pay your bills, help a lame dog sometimes, don't kick those who arc down. Play the game. Don't make your pleasure somebody else's slavery.' — 'The Bust of Rome' (Warwick Deeping). * * 'It's a fuuny thing this, isn't it, that if somebody mentions ' the hot water Cure as being good for rheumatism, dozens of worthy idiots, who haven't a trace of rheumatism will start drink ing hot water and pulling sauctimoui ous faces ovei it, as if their lives held no...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911

isle ¥#sr District Ihiwi. Concerning some parts of the district news comes bat seldom. This is no fault of tho editor, for lie has no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the places iu tho aren 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 silence to cease Y If no one else is doing it for vour district, will you try on these liues ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbor hood, such as weddings, deaths, acci dents, concerts, matters touching tlie 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 trifles. The bareit skeleton is enough. Give information, but Jet criticism alone. Write on one side of the paper only. Write your. name in some corner; not foi printing, but to prove good faith.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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The Holy City. A TOUCHING SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 21 January 1911

The Holy city. A TOUCHING SCENE. Thirty men and mere youths, blear eyed and beery-breaLhed, unkempt, unsbaveu, with hair dishevelled and clothes tattered aud torn, were lined up in the yard of a Sydney lock-up, ready to be taken into court in their turn. It was the usual morning medley of ' drunks and disorderlies.' Some were old and hardened ; others held their heads in shame. Just as the momentary disorder of attending the bringing up of the prison ers had quietened down, a strange and solemn thing happened. Clear and strong, from the cheerless vaults below, a voice rang out iu rich aud resonant melody: Last night I lay a-sleeping — There came a dream so fair, Last night ! It ' had been for this motley crowd a night of debauchery and drunken stupor. . The song was such a vivid contrast to the horrible fact, that not one of them failed to ex perience a sudden shock at the thoughts it suggested. I stood in old Jerusalem, Beside the temple there, ihe song went on. The magistrate paus...

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