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

HI tfflVvj f ?'?'j i'fc'-l j-'.-:! l ] E m ? ? ^ERcHANT^M*rs::*ftss^ AND AT o''§SB-gA PEN MAN^ ^ ® Brahfast Men I Of Pure Feeds J HIGHLAND OATMEAL, 61b ROLLED OATS, 51b bags . . 1/1 IU FARINE, 51b bags ... .. 1/2 H UNCLE TOBY'S EOLLED OATS ? 1/6 H GRAPE NUTS ? lOd Hi GRANOLA, lib packets . . 7id ps GRANOLA, 4!b bags ? 2/3 ^ All of the Best Brands. 1 5 ss®e Specialties §J' For LADIES and MISSES. H| Remarkable Value. Strong GLACE SHOES, patent front (raj and cap, low heels, 6/6 and 7/6. GLACE LACE SHOES, patent front, smart round toe, 8/6. H WELTED LACE SHOES, patent front and cap, medium toe, 10/6 fll DERBY WELTED SHOES, paten ™ front and back, 12/6. 1 i m m ra in m mi hp 3 Pm fsvm sip HI Hi El w ^ GEHFftAL ^ ' &ZSL ' ' BESA. i DO m WANT I American Wicker PERAMBULA- |l| TORS, reversible hood, Rubbor Tyers, 50s. _ Table MANGLES, light and con- H veniont, 42s. Bentall's No. 1 CORN CRACKERS, gg Travelling TRUNKS, oak graine, 111 with strong locks, 4/-, 7/6, 9/6, §Hj 10/6, 11/9. ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. Bega Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

Sporting. ? « ? i Bega Coursing- Club. Ahout 400 people attended the Cup Meeting of the resuscitated Bega Club an Wednesday last. A good number of dogs competed, representatives being present from Candelo, Dry River, Co bargo aud Wolumla. A fine days sport resulted. Following are the courses: — BEGA CUP — for an unlimited number of dogs and bitches of all ages, at £1 Is ench, and trophy (presented by Air. W. W. Wren, President.) Winner £10 and President's trophy, runner up £3 10s, two dogs at £1 2s 6d each. Pairs. Dark Rosaleen beat T.K. Araluen beat Black Bolter. McDougall beat Zetz Spa. Dame Dignity beat Arrah Wanna. Red Monty beat Elevation. La Veille beat Loggerhead. Footprint beat Black Morn. Duena ran a bye. First Ties. Araluen beat Dark Rosaleen. Dame Dignity beat AlcDougall. i La Veille beat Red Monty. Footprint beat JJuena. Second Ties. Aralnen beat Dame Dignity. La Veille ran a bye. Final. Air. P. Kirby's Aralnen beat AIr. C. Bright's La Veille. A SWEEPSTAKE of 10s 6d each...

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

TM!ftall. By far the most exciting, and at times the most skilful match played on the local ground this season, took place on Saturday last, when tho Pambula and Candelo Juniors met to once more try conclusions. PHy started early, com paratively speaking, and for once the spectators had the pleasure of seeing a match end in broad daylight. The teams were apparently evenly matched, and from the word ' go ' each seemed bent on establishing its superiority. The fierce ruck work characteristic of Junior matches was much indulged in, and rather primitive methods of tack ling occasionally adopted, but thesa were relieved by many pieces of really brilliant play. At such times the lads proved their knowledge of the finer points of the game aud an ability to put them into practice that was really an eye-opener to the onlookers. And that the latter appreciated the display was proved by the prolonged aud excited applause. Several screamingly funny incidents took place, and doubtless they serve...

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

CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday, Nine Australians and two New Zea landers are entitled to compete in the second stage of the King's prize. A terrible tragedy, recalling features of. the Deeming case, has been brought to light in Lpddon. The battered re mains of a woman named Creppen were found unde.- the flagstones of the coal cellar of a house. The police are in quiring for the whereabouts of de ceased's husband, who quitted the house recently.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW NAPOLEON'S MARSHALS DIED. [CONCLUDED.] How Ney Died. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

HOW NAPOLEON'S MAR SHALS ill®. [COXCIib'DED.'] How Ney Died. Ney was coufiued in the Luxembourg Palace, and tlie Comte de Roche chonart, as Commandant de Place in Paris, was charged with his custody receiving most minute instructions as to his security and complete isolation from the rest of the world. Three persons only were to be allowed ad mittance to him — his wife, bis notary, and his confessor. Rochechouarfc was essentially a chivalrous gentleman, one of the old French noblesse, who, during Napoleon's reign, had served in the Russian army aud bad gained a liigh reputation as a soldier of courage and ability. The duty of a gaoler was to him in the highest degree distasteful and painful, and he carried it out with the utmost sympathy and consideration for the unfortunate prisoner, though, as a soldier, he took care that no precau tion for his safe keeping was neglected. When he entered Ney's roem in order to read to him the letter containing the instructions as to the several pe...

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 — 16 July 1910

Press Nttkes. ? $ ? We have to thank the district Press for the following references, bind and unkind, wise and otherwise : — New Newspaper. — We have received the first copy of the 'Southern Record,' which takes the place of the ' Candelo Guardian.' The issue before us is a creau co au connected wicn it, ana we take this opportunity of congratulating the proprietors, Johnson Bros. , on the excellent quality of the production. — Twofold Bay Magnet. The ' Southern Record,' which is built upon the embers of the now de funct ' Candelo Guardian,' is a well written, newsy paper, and a credit to the district. It's editor has struck good logic in its pages. — Eden Observer. The 'Candelo Guardian' — and it was a decent sheet — -has passed oat and is replaced by the ' Southern Record,' the first copy of which reached ns last Sat urday. It is a right up-to-date journal well got np, newsy and in every way creditable to South Coast journalism. Politically it is ' Independent,' which, in these d...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

Keep Peps Always Handy. A BOON FOR ALL CLASSES AND AT ALL AGES. You cannot treat a cold too soon, and experience proves that the Peps method is the perfectly natural, safe and cer tain way of curing and brushing aside all complications. Don't go out in bad weather without a few Peps inlyour pocket, and so have them handy when an attack of sneezing gives warning of a .fresh cold. Don't start on a train journey or a ride across open country without a box of Peps. The risk of a chill through the cold wind or dampness is very dang erous, while the ever-present draughts in a train make your chest and lungs particularly susceptible. Don't forget to keep a box of Peps at your bedside, and the nasty cough which keeps you awake at night will be promptly got rid of. The significant morning cough, which so often speaks of deep-seated lung trouble, is best treated with the pure volatile essences in Peps. Don't fail to keep Peps always handy in the nurse.ry or children's room. These wonderful li...

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 — 16 July 1910

For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, W oods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d, ? ? * * # CHILBLAINS. There is no preparation manufactured that will soothe and heal chilblains as Chamber lains Pain Balm will do. When this lini ment is applied it soon allays the itch and prevents the chilblain breaking. It causes them to heal in a very short while. Sold by all dealers in medicine,* Doctors gave up case as Incur= able. ? « ? ? ASTOUNDING AND COMPLETE CURE OF PILES BY BILE BEANS. Mrs. Annie Beedree, of 6 Brunswick Street, Auckland, N.Z., says : — ' My husband suffered terribly from itching piles for four years. During that time lie tried every so-called remedy, but not from one did he derive any relief what ever. The pain was so intense that he could not obtain a proper night's rest. For four months he was inmate of the Melbourne Hospital, but though he was carefully attended to there, the doctors were unable to do him any good, aud finally he was discharged as incurable. No less than six...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Business Maxims. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

Business Maxims. — «, — During oar extended business career we have always striven to supply goods of the very best quality. This is the way our business has been built up and this is the policy we intend to pursue in the future. We en deavour to so conduct our busi ness that no customer can con sider he had ever just cause for complaint and same was not rectified by us. We believe our method ol doing business is appreciated by our many thous ands of customers. We men tion a few of the best known lines we sell : We award the place of honor to the world re nowned '? Alfa-Laval ' Cream Separators, without which dairy ing would never have made such wonderful progress ; next we will mention the ' L.K.G.' Milking Machines which in a few years will be installed in ? all dairies milking over 20 cows ; then there is the famous 'Standard' Marine Oil En gines which, are used by Public Bodies and Siiipping Companies throughout Australia, and the 'Standard' Stationary Engines are getting just a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Price of Political Sweets. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

? Hie Price -'of Politico! — -► — . The Melbourne Punch, in its comments ,\^j on the new Federal Parliament, refers in terse terms to the 'broken' men who now grnee the House, causing one . to remember when gazing np with envy and admiration at the lofty heigh-^,1 within reach of the strong and brave and brainy men in the political arena, that there often has to be paid a ghastly price for the privilege and pleasure and|/^-i|a power and honor of a successful pnblic '-&r career. Punch says: — ' The vacant place on the front Treas ury bench is dumbly eloquent of Mr. Frazer's breakdown. With a sudden snap nature gave way, and, instead of being in the thick of the fray, as ho ex pected, and where he would be worth a dozen ordinary i*ankers, he has had to post off. quietly to Thursday Island to do the rest, cure.' ' Mr. Austin Chapman is back after over a year's absence, but it is not the Austin Chapman of old, the skilful Whip, the forceful engineer, the Minis ter palpitating wi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Saints of Old. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

me stints ©I oifl. ? 0 ? ? In a sermon on ' The Communion of Saints,' Cardinal Manning once said : 'Their life was once homely and commonplace. While on earth they were not arrayed in white raiment, but in apparel like other men, un marked and plain, worn and stained by time and trial. Their day ran out as ours. Morning and noon and night came and went to-themas to us. Their life, too, was as lonely and sad as yours. Little, fretful circumstances- and dis turbing charges wasted away their hours as yours. Many a time their ' feet were almost gone,' their ' treadings had well-nigh slipped.' They had their professions and business, their works and trades, their cares and burdens ; they were fathers, mothers, masters, servants, rich or poor, learned or unlettered, even as you ; their life was in the sheltered home, or in the glare of the noon-day world ; they lived either free from hard cares and toils, or worn down with labours and anxiety. There is nothing in your life that was not in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What Might be Done. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

Wh@! lip! 18 S§ll€. ? o — What might be done if men were wise — What glorious deeds, my suffering brother, Would they unite In Love and right, And cease their scorn for one another ? Oppression's hearb might be imbued With kindling drops of loving kind ness, And Knowledge pour, From shore to shore, Light on the eyes of mental blindness. The meanest wretch that ever trod, The deepest sunk in guilt and soi*row, Might stand erect In self-respect, , And share the teeming world tomor row. What might be done ? This might be done, And more than this, my suffering brother, More than the tongue E'er said or sang, If men were wise and loved each other. — Maokaj.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Play the Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

Piny the Game. — $ — Lads, whatever you may do, Play the game. Though your triumphs may be few, Rather lose than not be true ; Though the rules may worry you, Play the game. Lads, wherever you may go, Play the game. Let your friends and comrades know That to cheat is base and low, Scorn to strike a coward blow — Play the game. I If you win or if you lose, Play the game. Never mind a scratch or bruise Or a tumble, but refuse Sneaking trick and paltry ruse — ? Play the game. Football, cricket, bat or ball Play the game. Though you stand or though you fall, Life has one emphatic call, One great rule surpasses all — Play the game. So in years of toil and care, Play the game. Let you deeds be true and fair, Honest, fearless, straight and square, Never mind a lose, but dare Play the game. A. Salmon in the Boys' Own Paper.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"OFF-SIDE." Sermon to Footballers. Delivered by Rev. F. Walkden-Brown, in the Methodist Church, on Sunday evening last. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

'OFF-SIDE.' . ? v ? Sermon to Footballers. Delivered by Kev. F. Walkclen Browii, in the Methodist Church, on Sunday evening last Before commencing the sermon I would like to express my great pleasure at seeing so many young men and foot ballers present. I make no se cret of the fact that I like the game. Like most other lads the sporting fever came on me duririg my school-days, and football is one of the games I have not ceased to follow. One wants to be very careful now they couch their terms if they denounce football. The mother ?who is fearful for her son when he takes up with football may have the assurance that while he is spending hoars training he is not in the public house. Nor is he on the racecourse tvnen the Saturday game of football comes round. It is the skilful man and not so much the man of great animal strength, who shines as a footballer. The football field is more than a place to gain renown and a shallow popular ity. There a resourceful, self-restrained, manly cha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

Church Services. Os.ith.olic 1M'ASS will be celebrated as under— JUNE. 23rd— Beinboha 11. J. J. GUNNING, P. P. Ohuvcli of England KAMERTJKA PAEISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be held as un der — JULY. 3— Candelo 8 a.m. (H.C.) Kanieruka 11, (H C) 'Woltimla 3, Candelo 7.30 p.ni 10— Bemboka 11 (H.C), Tantawanglo 3, Candelo 7.30. , .. 17— Candelo 11, 'WolunilaS, Kanieruka 7-30 24-Tantawans|lo 11 (H.C), Bemboka 3, Candelo 7.30. 31 ? Niagara 11, Kameruka 3, Candelo i.du. 20— (Wednesday) Niagara 7,30. N. W. GABDNEE. Australasian Methodist Oh.nrc.lx 'TvIVINE SERVICES will be conducted as \J under — JULY. 3— Tantawanglo 11, Bemboka 2.30, Can delo 7.30. 10— Pambula 11, Soutli Wolumla 3.30, Candelo 7.30. Fi7_Burragate ll.:JO, 'Wyndham 3, Candelo 7.30. , Eev. F. H. 'Walkden-Beown. I EresToyterian. Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. Sutheeland Brown.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The "Court Chambers" of the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

®f fl€ £§llilW€iI!il. ? «. ? To Little William Morris Hughes in his 'Case for Labor' in the D. T., wo owe the appended picture of our Federal parliamentary 'pretties': — 'As I looked rouud the crowded Senate I felt powerfully stirred. The Chamber is almost gorgeous; the scar let, cushioned benches, the fluted pillars, the shining alabaster walls, and the gieat glass chandelier har.ging boldly from the painted dome, glittering with the reflected glories of the electric lights, make it an appropriate setting for the brilliant ceremony that attends the opening of a new Parliament. Overflowing the galleries, blocking the passage-ways, clinging to the pillars with desperate grasp, the citizens of the Commonwealth, in best hat and frock, had rolled up to welcome the new Par liament and cheer it on its legislative way. Fashion stood enthroned iu every place of vantage. The very best of Melbourne were there. As the vice vegal party took up its position, and Governor-General seated himself i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

[?] i y^^ I 130-Gallon. | Alfa-Laval Cream, Separator L. K. G. Milking Maohino. -flS'i-%-i-i :,,SsS!*$3sHh piaiiti Vertical Cross Tube Boiler. p , tt [IRRIGATING PLANTS A SPECIALITY. MARINE. STATIONARY. HOISTING. STATIONARY and PORTABLE. 2-WHEEL ENGLISH PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES. builders of REFRIGERATING MACHINES. MILK and CREAM CANS, and all kinds of VATS of Heavy Material and Superior Finish. Importers of High-Class Machinery Oils. I 'MARSH' Steam Pumps for all purposes. 'DELPHIN' Water Filters. ._ ? n ? — _ I t ? — ? ? Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Churns, Butter-Workers, Pasteurizers, I :R0W Feed-Water Heaters. 'KINGDON1 Steam Launch Machinery. milk and Cream Coolers, Babcock Milk Testers. s wniiny u id'QEPHQfUM b°ilermakers' Mm m& I WHUuH Q£ iJUCIOI Bly}y!3\]j refrigerating engineers. k 342, 344 Sc 346 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY. ?^|Sl|ff^1 BE WISE ! Your Grocery Bill will be much Less if -^sjs^^s. you give your Orders to ISRAEL. *?*«./«„ rn*«. ||e \yiu give you Quantity and Qualit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

Sluggish Liver and Splitting Headaches. ? ? ♦ ? BILE BEANS THE HOUSEWIFE'S FRIEND. Mrs. J. C. Wilson, of Broad Street, off Bamford Street, Woolston, N.Z., says: — 'For years I was affected with a slug gish liver. At times I was completely prostrated so that I was unable to at tend to my ordinary household duties. I would have severe attacks of bilious ness, accompanied with splitting head aches which would make me feel aw fully dizzy, sick and ill. I was also a victim to costiveness, and in time my general health gave way altogether and I was reduced to a physical wreck. I consulted medical men, and tried many medicines, but without gaining any relief whatever. One day when I vas awfully ill a friend persuaded me to ti-sfc Bile Beans in my case. I did so and after the first few doses began to feel I was on the load to recovery. I con tinued with Bile Beans; and the at tacks of dizziness, sickness and head aches, gradually ceased. Soon all traces of costiveness disappeared and I was ...

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 — 23 July 1910

A Paper for the People. jgmitttem Iletant and iiAr* ? \ ? \j i» ^^^^^^^-^-^^^^ ? r 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 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 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. Tke Subscription to tMs Journal is cSl pes? annum, ^^ggp5* We give Great DISCOUNT for all ,8p™» ADVANCE PAYMENTS...

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