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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Make Your District Known. 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 in 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 neighbors 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 trifles. The barebt skeleton is enough. Give information, but let criticism alone. Write on oue side of the paper only. Write your name in some corner; not for printing, but to prove good faith.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Batcheior Tax. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

A iatcSieltr Tax. Some controversy is taking place in the city papers on the hatchelordom evil. Numerous women are bemoaning their abject misfortune of being 'shelved,' while some bold men are doing their best to justify their single bliss. Some of the letters written are rather' amns iug aud interesting. For instance, one writer replies lo 'A New South Wales Girl,' and concludes with the following: — 'Woman, gains man's respect. Teach him you are his comforter and his helper; make him look to you as his guardian angel. Renounce your frivol ity and worship of dress. Show him ho cannot speak to you when a stranger. Don't smile on him unless you are acquainted with him. Do this and 'man, mere man,' will seek you and respect you as in the days of yore. After you have carried out your part then and not until then talk of imposing a tax on those you have helped to create, aiid make them pay heavy at that. Why should I be taxed because my poor old heart was not appealed to by a woman ? Gi...

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 — 4 March 1911

Dirt in Wound Caused Inflammat ion. BLOOD-POISON AVERTED AND INJURED HAND HEALED BY ZAMBUK. The tinest cut or scratch, if neglected, may develop into a bad festering sore or blood- poisoning. The timely use of Zam-Buk in such cases will avert serious complications and qnickly heal the wound. Mi\ J. Yaughan, of 14 Sorrie St:, Balmain, Spdney, says : — 'I sustained a severe knock on the back of my left hand, which took the skin off it. Some dirt got into the wound, causing my hand to to swell and inflammation to set in. The pain was terrible and it extended up my arm. Being rec ommended to try Zam-Buk I obtained a supply, and aiter bathing the wound applied this balm twice daily. In this way blood-poison was averted, the inflammation was allayed, and the pain arrestecJl After continuing with Zam-Buk the swelling was reduc ed and all traces of the injury dis appeared.' . Now my hand is well:'once again'. - ?' ' 'I have also used Zam-Buk success fully for boils, cuts and other, minor in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

_ __ FOE WOMEM ; , i : -'vr who some - * if times require i a Stimulant, nothing is fe ipurerorsEiferf|rs^ ^ than | it is £vn leffective ' Inaadih '^1 IP'r'sseT votive . 'j

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To-Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Tf-MB. With every rising of the sun, Think of your life as just begun ; Tl^e ,past has cancelled and burned deep. All yesterdays, then let them sleep ; Concern yourself with but to-day, Grasp it, and teach it to obey. Your will and plan since time began To-day has been the friend of man ; You and to-day, a soul sublime, I And the quiet heritage of time: j With God hims If to bind the twain Go forth, brave heart! attain ! attain !

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How to Manage a Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

HOW 10 liilte SMfflt. ? ? ? (By 'A Man Manager.') Men are like children ; they want man aging, although you must never let them dream that you think so. No child likes to be ordered about, no man will endure coercion. But managing ! it is au art so subtle, so elusive, that few women understand even the rudi ments of it. Sisters mine let us reason together. In every human being there is a spark of the Divine ; it is yours to fan that spark into a -flame— that is mauaging a man — it is to get the very best out of him there is to have, and not two women in ten can do it. Do we not all know cases where we, as on lookers, can see that the wife takes him 'the wrong way.' The pity of it! She loves him, but she cannot manage him, and continued friction is the result. That the fault lies with the woman is | apparent, for her daughter openly declares, 'I can get anything out of father ' .^.nd the mother knows that it is true, yet she does not pay heed to her ways. In all probability it never ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mizpah. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Mizpofi. [Contributed.) Go thou thy way aud 1 go mine, Apart, yet not afar; Only a thin veil hangs between ' The pathways where we are. And God keeps watch 'tween thee and m This is'ni'y prayer; - . I He looketh thy way, he'looketh mine, And keeps us near. I know not where . thy road may be, Or which way mine will be, If mine will lead : through' parching sands ? ? And thiue beside the sea ;. Yet God keeps wnrch 'tween thee and ? | me, : . .. . ... .... . , . . . . So never fear ; He holds thy hand, he claspoth mine. And keeps us near. I sigh sometimes to see thy face. But since this may not be, I'll leave thee to the care of Him ' ? Who cares for thee and. me.- 'If] 1 keep you both beneath my wings,' This comforts, dear ; . One wiug-oe'r thee, and oue oe'r ae, :So are we near. — Julia A. Baker.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tathra. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Tfflllira. ; (From our Correspondent.) Signs of tho times, as exemplified by Alex Thompson in an article appearing in the Southelx StAr of the iOth inst.j i under heading, 'Dolls and Dollars,' holds iu pause the ardour|of our match making proclivities, and though we have more dolls than dollars, matri monial quest of the latter must needs suplicate to the devil as registrar, for special license, to be on top of custom as urged in the great republic of America. Incompatibility of tempera ment, being, sufficient to unfasten the knot the devil has tied, or wishes to tie- the question arises in the conscientious mind, whose agent are we in advising Romeo and Juliett to splice the main brace of affection with such rotten legal material, so incompatible with 'whom God joins together, let no man put asunder?' It is lamentably evi dent that the old serpent, though crawling about on his belly is still in the shade of the old apple tree, watch ing for every opportunity to tsvine itself around...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What Grit Can Do. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

wisos $rit can I®. A VfUiTEU iu the Tam worth Obskrvbu 'pays a tribute to the energy aud grit I displayed by Mr. Donald McDonald, one of the pioneers of the Mani]la dis trict. . Nearly 40 years ago, Mr. Mc Donald's sole assets were represented by £25 in hard cash, a draught horse, aud a saddle hack. Thus equipped, he took up a selection of 100 acres, a por tion of his present possessions, built a habitation on it, and went in for con tract woik. Many a time he had breakfast by candle light, and by eight o'clock or earlier was at work six miles away. Every penny thus earned was devoted to adding to the laud he held, and a couple of years later he managed to put about two ot three acres under wheat. He kept adding to the cultiva tion as well as to the area of laud, as his means would permit, and to-dav he holds 3180 acres, nearly 2220 acres of which is freehold, and has 1120 actes under wheat. But in addition to that, five years ago he purchased about 3400 acres of land for which he p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Stabs in the Side. ? o ? AWFUL PAINS OF INDIGESTION AND CONSTIPATION. Bile Beans the Proved Remedy. 'We give further convincing testimony as to the splendid value of Bile Beans as a remedy for indigestion. Mrs. G. | England, of 1 Avon Place, off Haines St. North Melbourne, says : — 'I suffered terribly from indigestion. This awful complaint caused severe pains in the chest, that my life was made almost insupportable. In my left side I. would have short sharp pains like the slab from a knife, which would make me gasp. A lump would rise in my chest, causing acnte agony. My appetite dis appeared, I could not eat, and 1 bacame very thin. I was also a victim to dizzi ness, which upset me very much. Con stipation troubled me and caused me to be subject to most violent headaches. -The constipation made me so ill that I had at last to go to the hospital, but the various remedies they tried were of no use. On the advice of my mother I commenced taking Bile Beans, aud soon the pains ceased. A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

The Sec. P.M.G. Department advises The Hon. Austin Chapman as follows .- 1 beg to acknowledge letter of the 2-i^h ultimo, recently presented by you, from Mr. John Stolt, Hon. Sec. Progre-s Association, Yambnlla, N.S.W., further respecting the desired construction of a telephone line between Towamba and Eden, and to inform you the matter will receive attention. You will be again communicated with in due course.

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 — 4 March 1911

TfEADACHFS. Liko. many other ailments, have beua wrongly diagnosed and altogether misunder stood. The headache itself is not the thing to treat, for the reason that it is simply a symptom and is wholly dependent on the action of other organs. Xot infrequently the direct cause of headaehe is au inastive liver. If you are troubled much with head aches, then try Chamberlain's tablets, the reliable, tried and true liver medicine that sets that organ rigiit One box is medicine for the whole family and costs but Is 6d.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Bega - Cooma Motor Service. * gnhmrot Uwilti^ ®nrs *- Leave Bega on Tuesdays & Fridays and will CALL AT CANDELO. CAES Return from Cooma 011 Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return Journey must be notified: at NEAREST BOOKING OFFICE beforehand, SEA=SIDE EXCURSIONS— Special Reductions made according to the number or Passengers in party. SPECIAL TRIPS TO ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. = = = - - - Arrangements and quotes will be made on Application t | For full particulars apply MANNS' HOTEL, CANDELO- — m Queen's Hotel, B Willian Street, CANDELO. J0H1' SOLLSFS, Juar., - - - PROPRIETOR. - ' ' jfirst CIixss AccoiiiiiioiI-iiioii fit ji Modern ie Taiiff. Best Brands of Liquors 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. If You Want a Good Saddle. 11 ?ic a j | 11 ij II m 1' If ¥ou Want a set . of Harness. - F. J. RYANS'. ? ' ? ' otif 9 ? 1 ' PRI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

A GENERAL OTAGO TRAVELLER. 'For the last twenty years I have been travelling the Central Otago Gold Fields.' Writes Mr. George Mitchell, who represents Messrs. MacKorrs & Hazlett of Dunedin, 1ST. Z. 'Invariably every year I have been seized with an attack of what is always known here as the 'Gold Fields' Colic.' I have always used Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrahoea Remedy, and alter one or two dose3 the trouble has disappear ed. ' I iecommend it most strongly to those who suffer form this serious complaint.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Aa Australia©' s : Home. May at any time be in- - vaded by Sickncss. In the best regulated families the little ills of life will creep in. Sor.vj member of the family circle may occasionally suffer from Biliousness or Indigestion, and one or the other will from time to time exhibit the well-known symptoms of Con stipation. From these little _ troubles -will more serious complaints arise, .{'.ud UAH# should, therefore, not be neglected.- I ;i : slight hcadache, bad breath, and d is-, coloured tongue, are the index to a ordered stomach, ar.d the necessity of keeping a safe, sure, and reliable remedy in the house is apparent. Bv foilowin.tr such a course the more expensive mc:h( d of calling in a doctor will be ij ilte un necessary. That Dr. Morse's Tndbn ' Root Pills arc the very best 'fpnv.lv mc!i cine is vouched for by thousands of gnue ful men and women wlio have proved their wonderful corrective merits. Taken occasionally, Dr. Morse's Ind-an Root Pills are a great protection again...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

The Speaker of the House of Representatives has received no fewer than 116 applications for the advertised position of cataloguer to the Federal ^ Parliamentary Library.

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"The Demon Alcohol. VICTORIAN PREMIER OUTSPOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

'lie icisi AfciitM. VICTORIA 1ST PREMIER OUT SPOKEN. A- deputation from the Social Service Reform Bureau asked Mr. Murray to prohibit lhc sale_ of liquor to persons under 21 years of age: - Mr. Murray replied .that he would like to- make the age 90. He expressed an opinion in fayoi' of closing . the hotels at 6 in the evening: v The . deputafion also asked that tbe present barmaids should be permitted to be employed to serve intoxicating liquor iu hotels. 'The barmaid,' replied Mr. -.Murray 'is perhaps^to a larger extent that you gentlemen 'know, not being as familiar as I was at one time with bars, a great factor iu the manufacture of drunken ness. It is not driuk so much that attracts a young man as an attractive girl who smiles at him. . First lie takes some soft drink or light wine, but almost inevitably, just as a moth that flutters round a candle gets singed with the flame, the unfortunate young fellow gets singed with the demon of alcohol. We will have to carefully consider t...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

sparks front the Anvil. Gossip is disguised jealousy. The very name and appearance of a liappy ma-u breathe of good nature and help tlie rest of us to live. — R. L. Stevenson. » ' In=truction ends iu the schoolroom, but education only ,with life. A child is given to the universe to educate. ? — Robertson. Whoever will labour to get rid of self, to deny himself according- to the instruction of Christ, strikes at once, at tho root of every evil and finds the germ of all good. . # s= & Why will you keep caring for .what the world says ? Try to be no longer a-slave to it. You can have little idea of the comfort of freedom from it— it is bliss. ? — General Gordon; The Bread of Life is Love ; The Salt of Life is work; The Sweetness of Life, Poesy ; The Water of Life, Faith — Mrs. Jamieson. The contemplation of celestial things will make a man both speak aid think more sublimely and magnificently when he descends to human affairs. — Cicero. # ^ Give not- thy tongue too great a libe...

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 — 4 March 1911

In Graver Mood. Moral and Keligious, Philosophical, and Didactical. Church Services. Candelo District. Catholic. jy^ASS will be celebrated as under — MARCH. ? 1 1th — Candelo 11. J. J. GUNNING, P. P. , Uhurch oi HJn.gla.iad KAMERUKA PARISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be beld«.\un ? der— v \ : MARCH 4th — Kameruka 11 Candelo 7.45 (Right Rev. Dr. Barjow, Bishop of Goulburn.) N. W. GARDNER Acislr ala.siaii Methodist (Jhu.i*oh DIVINE SERVICES will be conducted 'as under — 1st Sunday — Tatawanglo 11. Bemboka 3. Candelo 7.45 2nd Sunday — Pambula 11, '\Volumla3, Can delo 7.45. 3rd Sunday — Burragate 11.30, /Wyndharu 3. Candelo 7.45. 4th Suuday — Candelo 11, Pambnla 3.30. Eden 7.30. Rev. F. H. Walkden-Brown. 3?r,es'byteriHia. Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m Candelo every second Sunday in each month at 3 p.m. Rev. S. BROWN.

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Harem Skirts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Ham Skirts. The newest fashion is not popular. - Several serious street conflicts have occurred in Madrid as the result of women appearing iu pnblic attired in thei new harem skirts. Many airests have been made. In one instance, a mob of about 3000 persons made a mis take aud attacked two aristocratic ladies, who were properly dressed. . . . A lady weariug a harem skirt almost caused a riot on Brooklyn Bridge, New York. Crowds followed her until she took refuge iu au underground station. In principle there is no real difference between the 'iiarem .skirt,' which is now creating outbursts of male indigna tion in tlie streets of Paris, Madrid, and Now York, and the 'divided skirt.' ' which, when introduced into England, under the appellation of 'bloomers,' evoked the furious opposition of tho respectable classes a good mauy years ago. It appears to be^uite clear that the time is not yet ripe — for the as sumption of male attire by women with the consent of the male population of any c...

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