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Some Ugly little Imps. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

$»« Ugly little lips. If you don't believe in fairies, and : the elves are not your friends, And you have 110 faith in brownies or in gnomes, Let me give you just a glimpse Of some ugly little IMPS. That invade to-day so many happy homes. IMPoliteness is an IMP whom every child should try to shun, And older people, too without a doubt IMPatience is another Who will cause your lots of bother 'Less you send him quickly to the right about. IMPertinence and IMPudence are naughty little twins, And, oh, it is astonishing to see The mischief that they do ! And, my dear, if I were you, Their comrade I would never, never be. One little IMP will sit astride a pen cil or a pen Whene'r there is a problem hard in view, And bis mouth 'way down And whine out with a frown : 'IMPossible, IMPossible to do !' IMPrudence and IMPenitence and IM Pulse are three more (Though the latter is not always under ban) ; And there are more, no doubt, Which are hovering about. To get us into mischief if they can. O...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Grandest Profession. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

- He fiMissf Profession. ? :o: ? ' There is no grander profes sion than that of farming. Surely man can cherish no better ambition than to make the paternal acres yield as they have never yielded before. The city man, cooped up in the dark and dismal canyons of the sky= scrapers, getting but fleeting glimpses of God's good sun shine now and then, can never reach the same conception of of the wondrous beauty and order of creation that the farmer can. Nature's great bosom is the one incomparable resting place for us all.' — New Youk Sun.

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 — 18 February 1911

In Graver Mood, IHoral and Religious, Philosophical, and Didactical. I Church Services. 1 Candelo District. I -Ja.th.olic. I IT ASS will be celebrated as under— 8 iM I JANUARY. | Sth — Candelo 11. ^ I J. J. GUNNING, P. P. 1 ? : ? ? ? jfe CJhtii'cTi o± EiisImikI H ? I KAMERUKA PARISH. 1 T\l VINE SERVICE will be held a a un | JL/ der — j Sth— Candelo, 8 (h.c) ; Kamerulf a, 11 (h,c) - l| 'Wolumla, 3; Candelo, 7.45 gj 12th— Bemboka, 11 (h.c) j Tantawanglo, o; || Candelo, 7.45. |j joth— Wolumla, 11 (k.c) ; Candelo, 3 ; Kam m eruka, 7.45. _ ; , „ a 20th— Tantawanglo, 11 (h.c) ; Bemboka, 3 ; Ifl Candelo, 7.45. m l-ttb, Tuesday — Niagara. 7.45 . if ] 5th — Mr. John Ramsey's, Wolumla 7.4d M N. W. GARDNER I Australasian ' MLetUoclist Church TvIVINE SERVICES will bo conducted as JL/ under — l^t Sunday — Candelo 7,45.. (Rev. J. Pen man) ; Burragate 11, Wyndham 3 Pambula 7.30. , o n 2nd Sunday — Pambula 11, Wolumla 3, Can delo 7.45. ,, „ 3rd Sunday-Burragate 11.30, Wyndham 3, Candelo 7.45. . 4th...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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A New Invention. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

h New iivsESli$s9. Mr. P. Clarke, o£ Truudle, has patented a device for avoiding railway collisions, which has been taken up by a wealthy syndicate. It is automatic, and so simple that success seems iu evitable, and the lucky inventor must quickly becomo a '.yealthy man. A.t present he is a journeyman bctclier employed by Mr. O. E. Ingram. The scheme is as follows : — Along the rail' at intervals, are fixed permanently pieces of steel of certain shape which the flange of the wheel press down* This pulls up a hook 01* something similar some distance behind and ahead. Should another train be ap proaching from either direction, this hook ^fitted with springs) engages an attachment under the engine which blows the whistle, shuts off the steam and puts on the brakes. Tho thing does not come into action unless two trains are running ou the same line within a quarter of a mile. The single train may pass over at top speed, and the mechanism automatically falls back into position again. It i...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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To Paris by Water. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

t# Ports i| woter. ' Pahis by long sea ' may one day be a practicable trip. Long since, nearly 100 years ago, it was proposed to join the capital to the water frontier by so j widening and deepening . the Seine that vessels of great tonnage might unload within hail of the Lovre. The pro posal is being taken up again — in part as a preventative of such floods as have recently been been damaging Paris and en dangering the prosperity of the great lower valley of the Seine. It is proposed to deepen the river bv some nine feet between Rouen and Paris ; from E-ouen to the sea the great river is already deep enough to float vessels of 3000 tons at the lowest tide. It is calculated that the cost of the entire work would be about ten million pounds. It is thought that this not very considerable sum, representing merely an annual interest of less than half a million sterling, would give vast return in the quickening of internal and external traffic and trade. There is some thought, too, of th...

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 — 18 February 1911

A. H. & D. F. Associa tion. 'JT'NTRIES for the above Society's Annual 1 J Show close with the Secretary on Feb, 18, at 8 p.ui. A. O. MANNS, Secretary. Tenders. TENDERS are invited for Splitting and Erecting J- mile of barbed wire fencing. For particulars apply J. M'Caffrey ''Clare- mont,' Candelo, Tenders to be sent to J. KEYS, Gowrie, Little Plain, Queensland. A. SL and D. F. A§= goeiatisia. SPECIAL PRIZF. of half-guinea given by MR. Gr. W. MOON for best damper, cooked in tlie ashes to be made with acid and soda. A. O. MANNS, Secretary, ?Show Nights ! Til® Ernest Arcfter DraiMic t coaeig C*. WILL APPEAR IN THE School of Arts, Cctnclelo, — ON— WEDNESLAY anil THURSDAY 22ml and 23rd instant., PRODUCING— j LATEST STANDARD PLAYS. Powerful Company . . . . . Popular Prices. New Millinery. k -®0 are showing the Y erv Latest NOVELTIES IN MIL= LINERY. Just Arrived this Yveelr. No two Creations alike. Select Choies for Com ing Show. Tlie iijIjAW AiiitA ami si? lit it COAST STE tOI N A...

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

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Pertinent Service Code. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

pgiUgfBt $rmm csie. Employees of the Monteleone Hotel, New Orleans, recently received with their pay- envel opes a new service code. The following are some . pertinent pars from it : — -£ The Hotel Monteleone is operated for the benefit and convenience of its guests. ' Without guests there could be no Hotel Monteleone. 'Never be perky, pungent, or fresh. The guests pay your salary as well as mine. He is vjiir immediate benefactor. ' A man may wear a red necktie, a green vest, and tan shoes, and still be a gentleman. ' The stranger in cowhide boots, broad-brim and rusty — black hat may be president of a railroad or a senator from over tlie ridge. p.- 'You cannot afford to be superior or sullen with any patron of this hotel. I said ~ so.'

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Queen Lucy Speaks. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Queen Lictf Speiks. A D.T. representative waited on Queen j Lucy, the well-known aboriginal of Yass, the other day for her opinion of Mr. Griffiths, change of tbe name of Barren Jack to Burriujuck. Lucy's reply was : — 'Aboriginal name of weir site is Goodradigbee, meaning water falling over rocks. Whoever called it Barren Jack or Burrinjuck not know what talking about ; names no 'boriginal. You tell your paper, sonny, that Queen Lucy travelled aloug river before any white people ever saw it, and tell them Queen Lucy says right name is Good radigbee. You white people always changing names of places aud say you know aboriginal names when you know nothing. It makes me real angry to hear our language mixed up like that, but you don't forget, tell Mr. Griffith thait Goodradigbee is tbe right name. Tell him that Lucy, Queen of Yass blacks, who lived for nearly four score years here, says so.' King Ned, who is Lucy's husband, nodded his bead solemnly. 'That's right, sonny, Lucy don't make...

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 — 18 February 1911

Esessssss Study your own Interests Kig-hest Current Market Rates Obtained FOR BUTTER,- CHEESE, MAIZE, POTA TOES, EGGS, BARE, etc., by FORWARDING — TO — Biilas Brothers, Commission Agents, 352 & 3G1 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY Prompt Aceoiuit Sales. Advances made if Required; BEST COLD CELLAR SPACE IN THE TRADE. 1 1 Qormn, Prize Saddle and Harness Maker, Sharp Street-, Candelo, [N thanking liis numerous customers for their past liberal patronage, begs to in timate that lie always has on hand A LARGE STOCK OF SADDLERY and EARNESS and all ra^uisites in connection frith the trada. Repairs neatly and promptly executed. Place your orders ivith him and he guarantees to give you satisfaction. pLA CKSMI'lHING NOTICE McCarthy, Wheelwright and General Blacksmith, NEAR TRAFFIC BRIDGE, CANDELO Wheel wrigli ting and Blaclcsmithing in their various branches carried on on the premises. Repairs neatly and promplty ex ecuted. HORSESHOE [NG a Speciality Seed Potatoes. F. sTgoetz, Produce and Seed Me...

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CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

CABLEGRAMS. Loudon, Thursday During a ? debate in the German Reichstag a socialist member accused the Krupp family of squeezing the whole district like a lemqn, and de clared that they made two and three quarter millions profit in three years: Mr. Asquith declares that if the govemiment succeeded in regard to the veto its first task would be the granting of homo rule to Ireland. He agreed that Scotland aud Wales suffered similarly, but Irelaud's need was para mount. Mi\ Redmond said tb:y admired and accepted Imperial supremacy which ought to put down any 'ksuppressoin of protestants.

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

Bega - Cooina Motor Service. +fj}ataim ffiarfj *? Leave Bega 011 Tuesdays & Fridays and will CALL AT CANDELO. CAHS Return from Coonia on Wednesdays and Saturdays. 'Scsr- Return Journey must toe notified* at NEAREST BOOKING OFFICE beforehand, .'itSSr-:' SEA=SIDE EXCURSIONS— special Reductions made according to th number of Passengers in party. SPECIAL TRIPS TO ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. = = = _ Arrangements and quotes will be made on Application n|| i?f,T fu]] particulars apply MANNS' HOTEL, CANDELO. ? ' Wiilian Street, G^ANDEijOo JOHl' 00LI:iSl,i5 Juar., - - - PROPRIETOR. ' ' ' First Class Accommodation ;it n Moderate Tariff. — — — - .Best Brands oi 3Liquors Kept in Stock. . Visitors to the district should write for Accommodation at this Hotel. Don't forget this popular old Hotel when MAKING YOUR PURCHASES. You cannot be better catered for elsewhere. - . il M li: ' ' ? V:,'';;V if ? ... t~ ' 'I3ZT. S . . 11 You ^ |! ? You Want SS I J Want Good ' I % C \ *pM of Saddle. | Harne...

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TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. Eggs lid to 12d ; Butter 80s to 90s; Cheese to 7|d ; Hens 2s 6d to 3s ; Roosters 2s to 4s. The Premier in a statement regard ing tbe attitude of the government to the referenda says tbey are all agreed that some extensiou to the Common wealth functions are necessary to meet present day requirements, bnt he con siders any amendments should bo made by another convention. Mr. Holman has abandoned active hostility to the referenda proposals, although his previously expressed opinions are unchanged. Arrangements for the Dreadnought farm are practically complete. The first batch of boys will leave for Eng land this month. I The Queensland Premier, after due consideration, considered it would not be advisable to borrow Federal money. ' The total cost of the Richmond rail way disaster in Victoria is not. expect ed to exceed £130,000. Serious bush fires are involving large damage in many parts of the North Island of New Zealand. i OtTQll ,1 lllrtllipf urnillr ers a...

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

-Things in s«r®L ? * ? A penalty of £20 attaches to defac ing or disfiguring a note issued by the Federal Treasury by writing, printing, stamping, or drawing anything thereon, or attaching an advertisment on a note. An orchardist lias beaten the sparrow in a novel way. .» He got some long strips of looking glass, lOin by 4in wide, bored a hole in the end, and hung them loosly on the limbs of the trees. The wind moves them round so as to flash the rays of the sun intermittently, and this alarms the birds. # # & 'Think of the humiliating position of an intellectual man like Mr. Holman,' remarked Mr. Bruce Smith, speaking ou the tyranny of the Labor unions. Mr Holman, he pointed out, had been told to fall into tlie line or go out. Theirs not to reason why, Theirs but to do or dio was the sentiment of the Labor Con ference. (Applause). The Labor Party, not content with tyrannising over non unionists, was now extending that tyranny to its most intellectual men. Mr. Edden, Ministe...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Make Your District Known. 9 Concerning some parts of the district news comes but seldom. This is no fault of the editor, for he has no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the places in the area of circulation. It is the fault of resi dents m the silent places. Will some man or 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 these lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbor hood, such as weddings, deaths, acci dents, concerts, matters touching the 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 tiifles. The barest skeleton is enough. Give information, but let criticism alone. Write on one side of the paper only. Write your name in some corner J not fox [printing, but to prove good faith. The heavy aud severe thunderstorms of the past few days have been most d...

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

j ^ And; .This,, j Subscribers to the Southern Kecoed arc j ^governed by the following | ! LAWS KELATIXG TO NEWSPAPERS: j 1. SuLscrilier.? v.-'no do not givo cxpr'S | notice to the conimry arc considered as u'i:-h- :j ? ing to continue their subscriptions. 5 ; 2. If subscribers cuier the discontinuance j ? of their periodicals, the publisher may con- j j linue to send them until arrears arc paid. j j 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take j ! periodicals from t!;e post office or other place j : to which they are directed, thev are held ; responsible uniil they have settled their, , Ijil.s and ordered the periodicals to be dis- : ? continued. || 4-. If subscribers move to other localities j without informing the publishers, and their J pa pers are sent to the former direction, the j subscribers are responsible. I ; 5. The courts have decided that ' refusing j: to take periodicals from the office or romo\° !, mg or leaving- them uncalled tor, is prima j faci evidence of intention...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

1| Read This- ij ________ j To Our Readers: ^Vo would ask you to help i us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep t resentative newspaper by forwarding at ! your earliest- convenience information that «| v.- ; 1 : he of public interest;. You will thus j; c'o umeh toward advertising your partiou j! lur part of the electorate. Should you |! ' fait to secure your copy of the Kkcord regularly, a complaint made te us will ro ll suit in the matter receiving prompt inves :[ t-ynfcion. ; i ! i . ?''.ikritrBUTOBS: Whilst wc unhesitatingly ; ! ti.;w our columns open to contributed »? . .t-.iles on any subject, wo reserve the : vvj ht to veto any contribution, or sentence j '?r r, tme which we consider libellous or j vonl iious. Should a writer assume a xoje | I k-j i LiniE, his real namo must accompany ; : his or her manuscript to insure publico.- j [j tion. Manuscript must be legibly written j || and reach.us not later than Wednesday j | of each week. j | To Correspondents: To facilitate esp...

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

HEADACHE. ) Headache is not an ailment — it is a symptom ; an indication of some con- 1 stitutonal derangement elsewhere, and it should be treated, not with a head- 3 aclie cure, but with Chamberlain's Tablets. Constipation, biliousness, ^ trepid liver all cause sick headache, and r are quickly cured by Chamberlain's n Tablets. _ !i £ 'W hilst a party was in pro- £ gress at the residence of the . - I Rev. Victor G. Bell, Methodist \ clergyman at Quirindi, some !l individuals smeared lioney all over the gate in front of the 1 house, and nailed a board across the gate, and fixed a wire over the top. Most of the party, j including several ladies, on leaving had their clothes spoilt. TEETHING DLARRHCEA. id' Teething diarhcea can bo relieved very quickly with Chamberlain's Colic, d- Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Their or is hardly any other ailment that pulls baby down so quickly, and you should not let it continue an hour, but get r Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarhcea Remedy. One ...

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

Mixed items. A visiting friend had just given a penny to each of the children in the family, and complimented them upon the vast wealth they had in their savings bank. ' Oh, yes,' chirped little Jessie. ' Every time we take our castor oil without crying mamma gives us a penny,' ' And what do you do with all the money ?' the visitor wanted to know. 'Mamma buys more castor oil with it.'

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Progress in the Dairy. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 February 1911

Progress in the Dairy. This is an age of progress and what was good enough, for our parents is not necessarily good enough for us, and everybody of a progressive mind is always on the lookout for anything which will do the work better than by hand, or which will lighten labour and shorten the hours of work and leave more time for recreation and rest. The first big step to let a little sunshine into the dairy man's lot was .the introduction of the ' Alfa-Laval ' Cream Separator which did away with all the drudgery of setting milk in the old fashioned pans. The milking of a large dairy herd by hand lias always been a trouble some ahd expensive matter which necessarily checked the size of the dairies, but with the introduction of the ' L-K-Gr ' Milking Machines the drudgery of milking is a thing of the past. There is greater comfort m ciomestic circies and the milking by machines is cleaner and quicker than milking by hand. On the large Estate in the New England district we installed s...

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