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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

correspondence. Our columns arc 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.

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Tathra. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Toiiirn. (From our Correspondent). The promising overtures of nature has put us in good chorus, and we speak o£ the coming show as an act of benefici ent providence, that is, those who are righteous enough to credit God with anything that bounds the environment of humanity. Our cattle are sleek, owners more than usually assertive as citizens of the world, whilst business generally, will give very little disco™* for cash, sincc it isn't asked for. i|||j| Families from all parts of the disi^^^ have fraternised with us on vacation, a la Bohemea, and the only thing +hat mars our serenity, is the fact that they are packing up their traps to return their several ways, to the tune of 'Auld lang Syne.' Two propitious souls have come to the rescue in fencing in our Methodist Church ; and though the gates will always be opened to thirsty souls seeking the 'living water,' thoseheavily laden with the world's iniquity will be doubly' welcome by ithe spirit we are trying to foster. Messrs. James ...

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Tilings ii General. ? ? It is officially announced that Sir John Michael Fuller, M.P. for the Westbury Division of Wiltshire, has been appointed Governor of Victoria, in place of Sir Thomas Gib3ouCar michael. * * * Mr. H. Simpson, principal clerk^ of the Home Office, attributes the steady increase of criminality during the past decade in England and Wales to the growth of compassion for crim inals, the mitigation of prison discipline and the relaxation of public sentiment regardingcrime, which is too frequently regarded ao the outcome of the revolt of the poor against the rich. # * * Mr. David Storey, M.L. A., leader of the Democratic Party in the State Parliament, will deliver an .address in the Randwick Town-Hall on .Wedues pay evening, February ]4, the subject being 'The Policy of the Paity, and Why it was Formed,' and the Federal Referenda. # # # After six sessions of the Labor Con ference not a single plank had been added to the platform, nor any taken away. + + + + + + Owing t...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

NEWS AN® NOTES. ? « ? Only two days of next Bega Show. * * * Ashtox's Circus will appear ia Can delo on Show nights. * * * Pambula. Show next week — Wed- nesday. * * * Mr. Johx Keys invites tenders for splitting and erecting half-mile of barbed wire netting. % % & Mrs. John Keys and her danghter _ JTria '''11 pay a visit to Oaudelo shortly, ; all the way from their new in Queensland. * -*? * There will be an agricultural show iu the district every week now to the end of March. # * * Bisnoi' Barlow, of Goalburn., will pay his annual visit to this portion of his diocese during March. # # # Bega Council has decided to help maintain a town band should a suitable one be formed. * =s * bOME big landholders, including Kameruka aud Jellat Jellat Estates, were fined £1 and costs at the Bega Court for not 'fully and continuously' killing rabbits. ? * * From present appearances Candelo Show, which takes place ou 22nd and 23rd instant, is going to be 'all right,' and the town will be li...

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The Gathering-Place. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

TS€ fiffiiMng-PIflCS. Li fe chajges ail our tnonghts of heaven j At first we think of streets of gold, Of gates of pearl and dazzling light, Of shining wings and robes o'f white, And things all strange to mortal sight. hut in the afterward of years It is a more familiar ulace — '10me I111l3iu't by signs or tears, ieie waiteth many a well-known face, With passing mouths it comes more near. . j It grows more real day by day; °t strange or cold, but very dsar — 1 he glad homeland not far away, Yhei'e none are sick, or poor, or louo, I lie place where wo shall find our own. AlJas we think of all we knew, Whom they have met to part no more nJ ' jouglug hearts desire home, too, With all the strife and trouble oe'r. 1 — Robert Browning. Bombala Jockey Club lost over £10 ; ' on its annual races.

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Moruya Races Results. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Morilli luces Results. FIKKHlAyr Opening Handicap. — Goldfinch 1, Bracadale 2. Only two startere. Winner 2 to 1 on. Hack Race. — Reviver 1, Wee Clyde 2, Prose 3. Evens the winner. Cup. — Stitch-in-Time, 8-9, 1 ; War sprint, 7-12, 2 ; Hostility, 6-7, 3. Won from start to finish. Time 2.14. Evens Stitch-in-Time. Trial. — True Tile 1, Cameua 2. The winner 2 to 1. Members' Handicap.— Reviver 1, Dollar Bill 2, Romance 3. Evens the winner. SECOND DAY. Hurdles. — Padoga 1, Dollar Bill 2, Silkland 3. Won by a head. The winner 3 to 1, Dollar Bill 2 to 1 on. Hacks. — Camena 1. Goldfinch 2, Wee Clyde 3. Plate. — Warspint, 7.13, 1 ; Stitch in-Time, 8.10, 2. Only two starters. Odds on the winner. Publicans' Purse. — True Tile 1, Hos tility 2, Reviver 3. 2 to 1 the winner.

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CURRENT TOPICS. Pestilence that Walketh in Darkness. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

CURRENT TOPICS. Pestilence that Walketli in Darkness. Histoeiaks are telling us in awesome sentences that the human race, especi allv the Chinese por tion of it, is at this time menaced by the greatest horror of modern or ancient times. History contains no authentic record of anything nearly approaching in virulence the awful plague that ia wasting the northern provinces of China with irresistable fury. Medical skill seems powei'less to even slightly check its ravages. The task of the doctors is rendered doubly hai'd by the ignorance and fatalism of the populace, who, by refusing to comply with instructions for disinfection and isolation help the pestileutial foe and hinder those who would befriend them. Consequently uncounted thousands are infected and millions are walking in the shadow of death. Ninety per cent of the cases prove fatal, and the bodies are so nu merous that the authorities are burning them in wells with the help of petro leum without any effort to identify them. Th...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

General News. ? ? ^ ? . j Queensland's Premier, Kidston, de scribes the referenda proposals as 'Ringbarking the Constitution.' San Francisco has been fiually select ed as the site of the Panama Celebrat ion Exposition. Is the hobble-skirt doomed ? Wis consin legislators say that it must go, and offer the fearful alternative of Turkish trousers. ^ No honest toil can be degrading. It is the gross habits, aud the gross com panionships associated with it, that alone renders it degrading. It is only the moi-al dirt that sticks. * * The London County Council will supply 9,500,000 meals to school children during the current year, at an increased c'ost of a farthing each. * * * A Judge in a recent divorce describ ed the hobble skirt as 'a pair of trousers with one leg.' * * 'I think that the proposal to have a native-born Governor is *he highest compliment you can pay to the office.' Sir Thomas. Gibson-Carrnichael, Governor of Victoria. A popular event at varity sports just now is a race fo...

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Penny Postage. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Prang postage. ? 0 ? There is shortly to be penny postage between Australia and th United King , dom. Negotiations were recently I opened up with the British authorities and Governments of the other do minions fhat they should accept Aus tralian letters bearing a penuy stamp, on condition that then letters at a simi- I lar rate should be delivered here. The British Government has accepted the proposal. It is hoped by the Federal Government that the various dominions will join in the arrangement, so that when penny postage is proclaimed throughout Australia at the beginning of May, it shall apply also, not only to Great Britain, but as well to at least Canada, New Zealand and South Africa Mr. Fisher hopes to make penny pos tage applicable to all the British de pendencies as well as the three great dominions. Including the application of the penny rate to the Commonwealth the total loss for the first year is esti mated roughly at between £400,000 and half a million. With the growth of...

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An Australian Aeroplane. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

AnAusMiiiiAereplme. ? :o: ? A unique event — the christening of an aeroplane — took place at Outtrim, Victoria receutly. Mr. C. W. Rogers, electrician to the Outtrim H. and B1 company, is the originator of the ideas embodied iu this plane, which differs: materially from most other aeroplane. With Mr. Rogers is associated Mr. C. C. Howell, the chief engineer of the company who has undertaken to con strict the plane. The machine will have a total ele vating surface of from 700 to 750 square feet of cauvas propelled by an engine of lo to 20 horse power. The two front planes measuie 40 feet across. Immediately behind these are two aux iliary planes, and it is here that the original ideas of inventors ai'e found. The chief aim of these auxiliary planes is to prevent the machine from capsiz ing in variable winds. The tail of the machine is GO feet in length, and at the end is a double rudder. Along this are placed wind boxes, which trap the wind aud guide it ou to tho rudders iu such a ma...

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Floods in the North. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Flttfs fit tie North. ? » As a result of the heavy monsooual rains in Queensland the rivers are over flowing their banks everywhere, all the lowlying territory is inundated, traffic almost completely blocked, and much damage done. At Brishane all train services have been suspended on some lines. The water last Sunday was 10ft over Haughton Bridge, and still rising. Rockhampton registered 8in. in one day. Many parts of the town are under water, in some . streets being several feet deep. As a consequence of the fearful 8iu. fall the river rose very sud denly covering all the wharves 6xcept two. Railway lines are blocked in all directions, the western and southern lines especially. Extensive washaways are reported. The mail and train pas sengers are being boated across Roope's Bridge at their own risk. Prom 9 a.m till 4 p.m. on Saturday last 9in. fell at Gladstone. The concrete work of the lower reservoir broke away for some 45ft and the rush of water was terrific. At Gympie the flood ...

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"Hotels Noted Not Close." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

'MOMS RteflMtf Close.' At the last meeting of tlie Licensed Victuallers Association in Sydney con sideration was given to a letter trom the association's solicitors (Met-srs. Shipway and Berne) stating that in their opinion theie were very great doubts as to whether hotels wilii licenses in existence (although ordered to close) can now be closed in those electorates wherein a reduction vote was recorded by the local option poll cf 1007, and wherein at the 1910 local option poll a vote for continuance of all 'existing' licenses was i-ecorded. The associaiton had obtained the opinions of eminent counsel on the matter, who stated that iiutlieir opinion these hotels need not close. Acting, on these opinions tho com mittee unanimously] decided on the suggestion of the president, Mr. J. B. Sutton, that the association should do evertbing possible iu the interests of the hotelkeepsrs affected, and that they be communicated with on the matter afe once.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

p ANTHONY HORDERNS' | 20 Days Sale | | First Day: Big Bargains Last Day: f, § Friday, in @y@py Saturday, 1 f Jan. 27,1911 Department. Feb, 18, 1911 | jg Send for Sale Catalogue, posted free on application, 19 I and reap the full benefit of If ANTHONY HORDERNS' FAMOUS SALE PRICES. I . J ANTHONY HORDERN & SONS, i M ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, H 9 MEW PALAGE EMPORIUM, BRICKFIELD HILL, | ? SYDNEY. ? ? ,—JL fL^P UlU y*ji -T~ HOLZHAUSER, B | t % til B \ wmk* \ i T '4uLl t CANDELO. HORSE=SHOEING A SPECIALTY. @SP 'Workmanship left to the Public's Own Judgment. For Sale. PEDIGREED FOX TERRIER PUPS at ONE GUINEA eacb. Apply to — GEO. DENT, Kameruk*,. Candelo Coach & Buggy Factory. white' #? AEJD HAMMOND, Coachbuiiders & General Blacksmiths. j JfOTICS MRS. b7b. TA1T degs to announce she has open D ED AN UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE, CORNER OF PAMBULA AND 'WILLIAM STREETS, CANDELO, in premises' known as the late GUARDIAN OFFICE. AFTERNOON TEA AND MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ALL CORRE...

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Finger Prints. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Finger Prills. ? e ? A recf.xt decisiou at tho Highgate Police Court, London, caused conster nation among the criminal invcstiga» tion departments of the world. Identi fication by means of finger-prints has ' been regarded in these establishments as infallible, since, it is claimed, no two persons have the lines ou any or their fingers alike, aud the great majority of judges aud magistrates H| have, for tho most part, accepted the ffll evideuce of finger-prints as conclusive. J|| Iu this case a man was charged with |f§ being a suspected person, and the ' prosecution expected a conviction on ||| the evidence of certain finger marks, ||| but the accused produced papers to p| show that at the time the offence was ||f| committed he was in the army, and |§| nowhere near the locality. Sir Alfred Reynolds, who was ou the Bench, dis- §p charged him, remarking that never gg befo.'e had he known the finger-print g§ system to fail. However, the Police $S§ Department of New South Wales was reas...

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Honoring the Dead. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 February 1911

Storing me Deri. As yet no monument stands over the grave of Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan, but if enthusiesm has any marketable value there should be one soon, judging by a meeting held in the Oddfellows' Temple, Sydney, the other night. The eost of the monument is variously esti mated at from £300 to £1000. Of the sum required £100 is already in hand, aud a movement was set afoot to raise the balance. Several speakers warmly eulogised the deceased 'politician, and one or two remarkad on the miserable grant made to Mrs. O'Sullivan by the Government. A peculiar note was struck by one speaker when it was sug gested that the time was an opportune ore for the healing of the breach in the Labor ranks, by the divided parties meeting on common ground to com memorate the life of their mutual friend. Others were of the opinion that such a question should not be in troduced, as it was inevitable that everyone would have the interests of the movement at heart regardless of their political views. As Mr...

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Tfeii§s in @eaer«l. It is claimed by General Booth, ou behalf of tbe Salvation Army, that it now preaches in 32 different languages. It is officially stated that there were 216,091 cases of cholera in Russia during 1910. 101,102 terminated fatally. In the House of Commons, Mr. Asquith declared that Imperial prefer ence was one of tbe greatest political impostures of modern times. ' Poor Mr. Moonabout is very absent minded, isn't he?' 'Yes, his latest freak was to lose his pocket book, aud look for it among tbe 'p's''' in the die tionary.' Mr. Beeby assures employers that, there is no law in existence in New South Wales compelling them to take out accident insurance policies for em ployees. Over 100 delegates to the Political Labor Conference were nominated for tbe 30 positions as executive committee men. Eighteen parliamentarians were elected. The following were olected as £T.S.W. delegates to the Inter-State Labor Conference: — Messrs J. C. Watson, J. S. T. McGowen, H.-Lamond, A. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

A Paper for the People . Soiifhcnr jlccaril ami Printed at Candelo. Issued every SATURDAY ? Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. ~ ^ ^ 1 1**^ a ^ 4 A ^ ^ 4 ^ ^ Stands for no Party, but for Principles. Panders to no class, clique, or corporation Lives and labours for Truth, for tlie best interests of the community, and for the highest good of the people. Oaters 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 j within reach of its influence and the benefits it bestows. ? Expects to receive all the support it earns. ? Tie Subscription to this Journal is -£1 pes auaum, We give Great DISCOUNT forlall ADVANCE PAYMENTS. SMI IS F0...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Sparks from lie Aivii. Kindness is the music of good will to men ; and on this harp the smallest fingers may play Heaven's sweetest tunes on earth. *- * * It is easy to be amiable when we can have our own way at the same time, but to give up one's own will in order to please others is more difficult, aud is a' crucial test of our motives. — 0. P. Hiller. * * * The tragedy of Calvary was the greatest heart-throb of love the world has ever felt. It was the heart of div inity beating in the bosom of humanity, and that so passionately that the strain was too great and it burst asunder. Jesus Christ spelt out the longforgct ten word ' love ' with a strange now spelling- -s-a-c-r-i-f-i-c-e — and wrote it across the whole span of time in letters of blood. — Brother Mike. * * * A beautiful eye makes silence elo quent, a kind eye makes contradiction an assent, an enraged eye makes beauty defox-med. — Addison. * # * What are heavy? sea-sand and sor row. What are brief ? to-day and tomor row. ...

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Senator. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Senator. ? 9 ? Bill's in Senate ; got tbar same E's got ter every blame Thing he's aimed at ever since He clim up a ten foot fence When he wa'nt no bigger much Than the knobs his toes could clutch. ? ?(Kuobs we never see till Bill Had lit over the big hill With Bob Barnes's new prize dime.) Seemed like, someows, every time Bill got thar. Bill was rotten dull at school ; Never knowed -one kind o' rule F'm another*. But I'm blamed At the last, when them was named Thet had passed — ef Bill wan't thar ! Either nigged, or made it squar With the teacher. No one knew How it happened — but 'twas true Bill got thar ! Be'n the same in everything ; Not a girl but what would fling Any other fellar high If Bill chanced to sot his eye Her direction ; had a way O' jes' braggin' night and day Till he'd sorter make a girl Think the sun and stars and worl' All spun roun' fer him, an' when Two of us was courtiii' Jen' — Bill got thar ! When Bill started in the race. Fer to set in tbe same place Where ...

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MEMORIAL SERVICE. Mr. H. Gates. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

MEMORIAL SERVICE. Mr. H. Gates. I Ox Sunday night in tbe Metbodist. Church a service was held in memory of Mr. Henry Gates, who was a member aud official in the church. Bey. P. Walden Brown spoke of the godly in fluences that surrounded the boyhood of the deceased! After long wandering from God he at length found peace in some mission services held in Candelo about eight years ago by Mr. Robert - SOU. Tbe preacher said : ' During the H last two years, as his minister, I had Hi been with him a lot and through the I weariness aud pain there was a calm trust and sweet patience. He never murmured nor complained. His blessed Master was an ever-present reality to him, and when the end came it was not death. ' God's finger touched him and lie slept.' He died iu that same tri umphant confidence in God that had 11 characterised the last years of his life. H Pointing one day to a text he said : 11 s Those words express all I feel.' I j wish to base my remarks on that text H to-night. ' I have...

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