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QUEEN AS A WOMAN. PICTURE OF HER DAILY LIFE. HOME IDEALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

QUEEN AS A WOMAN. PICTURE OF HER DAILY LIFE. HOME IDEALS. 'The Queen of 'England' is the title of an article in the 'North American Review,' by Sir Clement Kinloch Cooke, M.P. From the time of her Majesty's birth until her marriage her life was just that of the fairly well-to-do Eng lish girl; hardly that of the modern English girl, perhaps, but nearer the old-fashioned ideal, the loss of which many parents deplore. This was her mother's plan: — 'A child,' she said, 'has quite enough to do to learn obedience and attend to her lessons and to grow without many parties and late hours which take the freshness of childhood away and the brightness and beauty from girlhood — and then children be come intolerable. There are too many grown-up children in the pres ent day.' The article tells how the Queen's many high qualities were developed — her interest in charity by the fre quent visits made in her mother's company to the poor around her Richmond home at White Lodge; her religious convict...

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A ROTHSCHILD MARRIAGE. CEREMONY IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

A ROTHSCHILD MARRIAGE. CEREMONY IN PARIS. At the Mairie of the Eighth Arron dissement took place to-day the civil marriage of M. Albert de Goldschmidt, son of Baron Max de Goldschmidt, and Mdlle. Myrinm de Rothschild, daughter of Baron Edmond de Rothschild (wired the Paris correspondent of the 'Daily Telegraph' on December 14). The cere mony was performed by Dr. Marechal, the Deputy Mayor, who, in the course of his address, said: — 'You are. Monsieur, about to take one of the pearls of your family to England. Fortunately, England is not far away, and you will cross and re-cross the Straits more than once to come and breathe the air of France, which she and her relations love with so much fer vor. and which you love, too. So many links, in fact, attach you tp Paris. where each of the Rothschilds his won the ut most affection, even among the working classes. Shall I mention Baronne James, y-our venerated grandmother, who has left so many lasting and sacred memo ries among all whom she...

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COUNTESS AND SON. KILLED BY TRAIN. CAR IN FRAGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

COUNTESS AND SON. KILLED BY TRAIN. CAR IN FRAGMENTS. The Comtesse Antoine de Nicolai an-1 her son, Comte Christian de Nicolai, with the driver of their motor-car, were killed iif a terrible level-crossing acci dent near Le Mans while driving home at night from the chateau of the Comte de Beaumont at Beauchamps (said 'Lloyd's News' on December 11). A wire from Paris on Sunday says the car had to travel thirty miles to reach their home, the historic cast'.e of Montfort-le-Rotrou, where the countess and her husband lived most of the year withjComte Roger de Nicolai. The car failed to clear the line, and was struck by the Paris express, which reduced the car to matchwood and scrap iron. When the train was at last pulled up the mutilated body of the comtesse was found lying In front of the engine above the buffers. The Comtesse de Nicolai, who is one of the De Vogue family, and her son, aged twenty-six, had spent the evening with the Comte de Beaumont, who is brother-in-law of the counte...

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Machine Milking. DENMARK EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Nocfeisse iling. DENMARK KX PE RT^IC-NTS, The following account of exit^Viinrf'Js with milking inachiues, c,-ridi7nre.! 1 1 9' N. O. Eofman — Banjr, of Copen'^i^eu during the seasons 1007-b, :«ay' be of interest to our readers: — Four uniform lots nf ]0 cows and four heifers each were used in the firev season's experiments, when two of t he- lots were milked by machine and tu'O' By hind during an experimental period of about o-k months. One of the liand milked lots was stripped by hand after having being machine- bilked, while this was not done with the other lot until after 42 days from the beginning of the period when it was deemed necessary to do so on account of the decrease in the milk yield of the cows. In the .second season's experiments four lots of 14 head each were formed, namely, two of aged cows, and two of heifers ; one of each of these was milked by hand, the other by machine. In this experiment the new Thnle t.eat cup was-used, which seemed to render it unnecessaay to...

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

lESSBSS'l'SS: Study your c::\i Interests Highest Current Market Rates Obtained for but!.:;:?, cheese, maize, pota TOES. EGG;'., BARK, etc., by FORWARDING ? TO ? Italia BroUins, Commission Agents, 352 & 361 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY Prompt Accouut Sales. Advances made if Required. BEST COLD CELLAR SPACE IN THE . TRADE. I j /LA C. K S M I '1 H I N G NOTICE ? Wm, McCarthy; 'Wheelwright and General Blacksmith, 'NEAR TRAFFIC BRIDGE, CANDELO '? -'Wheel wvighting and Blacksmithing id their various branches carried on on the premises. Repairs neatly and promplty ex ecuted. HORSESHOECNG a, Speciality \ Seed Potatoes. f. sTgoetz, I Produce and Seed Merchant, Carp Street, Bega, Can Supply Choice ' BrowneMj ' and '' Early Rosa ' Seed Potatoes (true to name) in any quantity. Prices on Application. Also note that lie is is still good on Agri cultural and Garden Seeds, and can supply Artificial Manures at Sydney Prices, plus freight and carriage only. Write To day or Ring Up Telephone No. 6. T...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

NEWS AND NOTES. Mr. Reed, C.P.S. at Eden, lias been promoted to the 2Tyngan Lands 001 e. * # =£ Simouides won the Welter, 6 fur longs, at Cooma last week with 9 8 an in 1.16. h' * * * Lord Dudley will retire iu June, and Lord Chelmsford will be appointed Acting Governor-General, ultimately to succeed as Governor-General. * # CSp '!-ong the Braidwood Cup weights Stitch-in-Time S.10, Morok 8.8, A\ a rs print 7.10. War Bee is top weight with 0.9. Each horse has 21 by more to carry in the Plate. J # * * During the hearing of a charge of I assaulting a constable at Oowra, tlie police magistrate commented on .the frequency with which licensed. victuall- ers went bail in such - cases, and said lie considered it would- be better if a .'top were put to the practice. all- over the State. * * * A Southend painter named Howard Sterge, who . was ''living in a state' of destitution, has suddenly inherited an estate of £18,000 through the death of an uncle near Auckland, Jfew -.Zealand. ? All liou...

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MRS. JULIA WARD HOWE'S RETROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

MRS JULIA WARD HOWE'S RETROSPECT. Of the prose utterances of the late Mrs Julia Ward Howe, two in par ticular (says the ' AVestminster Ga zette') deserve permanent record. One was her message to her friends on her 88th birthday. 'The a-nrM ' | wrote, grows better, and not worse; but it does not grow- better every where all the time.' Another notable saying was her defence of the interest she took in household duties. ' The experience of years has enabled me to blend domestic and literary pursuits not inharmoniously, and, far from railing at the common duties of life, I have learned to believe that such cares and responsibilites are a great support to women, and are able to counter-balance most advantageously the extravagance of a poetical tem perament.' This remark is obviously the more significant in view of Mrs Howe's earnest support of so many movements for enlarging the sphere t of women.

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POET-PRIMATE RESIGNS. ARCHBISHOP OF ARMAGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

POET-PRIMATE RESIGNS. ARCHBISHOP OF ARMAGH. Dr. Alexander, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, announced, in a letter read to the Bishops of the Church of Ireland on December 14, his resignation of his see, owing to ill r\pa 1th He was the youngest Bishop of Ire land when he was appointed to the See of Derry in 1867; indeed, he was 'spiri- tual father' to his own father, who held a prebendary's stall in the cathedral. He astonished the House of Lords by the eloquence with which he defended the Irish Church against disestablish ment, and it is interesting to remember that he is now the only su-vivor of the band of bishops which then represented the Irish Church in the Upper house. Hut it is as a poet tnat ne is most widely known (writes the 'Daily Ex press.') His classical training — he went from Tonbridge to Exeter and Brase nose — and his lifelong love of literature inspired him with many beautiful thoughts expressed in his books of verse. Even his sermons are poems. O...

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DON CARLOS' WILL. POLITICAL, DOCUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

DON CARLOS' WILL. POLITICAL DOCUMENT. Don Carlos, of Bourbon, Pretender to the Spanish throne, who died at Venice in July, last year, left a very detailed and comprehensive testament, the text of which is published to-day in the aicuco wiener aaguiaic (wired tne Vienna correspondent of the 'Daily Telegraph' on November 14). It contains many personal minutiae, and also forms a political legacy to his son, Don Jaime, now residing at Frohs dorf, near Vienna, and, in view of the existing conditions in Spain, this part of the will is of considerable interest, .and the supposition that Don Jaime re gards the present juncture as favorable for publishing the testament is not far fetched. Don Carlos thus addressed ? his eldest son : 'As my first-born son will be head of the family, he will understand that he ;has filial duties to fulfil to the memory of his father. He will be both the re presentative of my regal rights and the inheritor of those principles which T have ever maintained. For t...

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ALPINE SPORTS. THE GROWING VOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

ALPINE SPORTS. THE GROWING VOGUE. (By An Old Alpine Sportsman, in the 'Daily Mail.') It Is perfectly clear that general election has brought blessing to the Alps. The season in Switzerland has begun, and an early winter has brought ice and snow to excellent condition. Whatever damace it mav have done to English trade, the election has been aptly timed for Switzerland. After Christmas it would have meant disas ter; before, it will mean a record. And a record season is what we old Alpine sportsmen expect and welcome. This then, is to be the year of great est success for Alpine sport. The skat ing and curling rinks in many of the leading winter resorts nave been greatly enlarged since last season, and in some cases new rinks, especially new curling rinks, have been constructed. Fresh centres have been opened up, such as Murren, Saint Cergues, and Leukerbtid, and old ones have been im proved; and such is the present popu larity of winter sports that even the new and therefore untried wi...

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CRIES FOR FOOD. GARMENT WORKERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

CRIES FOR FOOD. GARMENT WORKERS' STRIKE. For some weeks a strike of large pro portions has been going on in Chicago among the garment workers, and almost every day the situation has been getting worse. There are now 41,000 strikers, 10,000 of whom arexwomen and girls, waging the greatest industrial battle that (has been fought in the Middle West in the past decade. Nearly 1,000 of the small tailoring houses are closed, (said 'Lloyd's News' on December 4), and of the large 'ready made' and 'made-to-order' houses none are working with more than five per cent, of their regular force. More than 100,000 wives, mothers, and their little children are in fear and despa;r in their mean, poverty-stricken homes, praying for the ultimate success of their tbread-winners. The situation lhas been made worse by the brutality of the Chicago police force, since numbers of the strikers are foreigners and the Chicago police as sociate foreigners with Anarchists. Ever since the Haymarket riots in Ch'cag...

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Bega Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Bep sttw. Bega had put on its choicest garb for the Show season this week. The appellation ' Beau ful Bega' suggests just now ? ? ? j._ ? j an appropriate a-uu. Ian uc» cription of the place, and to the visitor is not merely a fancy ' quack advertisement ' name. Bega is a beautiful place when it is touched up a bit by nature's cunning hand, and on Wednes I dav and Thursday last presented its best to the show crowds. Though the attendance was said to be not quite up to the mark as compared with other years, it was nevertheless good, I ? rrl-.T.i.crlo-ir onri especially UU xuuLauaj, aua generally speaking the effort may be said to have been a pronounced success. The spacious pavilion was well filled with the choice and various products of the fertile south, and a display of finer quality could only be desired by those with an insatiable appetite for rareties. Eruit and flowers and fine arts were to our eyes the gems of the show, there being an especially large and excellent exhibit of...

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

wetitiiBg. .A pretty wedding was cele brated in St. Peter's Cliurcli on Tuesday morning, when Mr John L. Holzhauser and Miss Jessie Griffiths were united in the bonds of matrimony. The Rev. N. W. Gardiner officiated. The bride entered the church on the arm of Mr. L. Holzhau ser, as the choir sang c£ The Voice That Breathed o'er Eden.' She was prettily at= tired in a gown of creamy fancy silk -striped- ninon over taffeta glace, padded hem of glacie silk, smartly finished with French knots, tabs and buttons, the bodice having a transparent yolk of silver sequin insertion finished with chiffon applique, sprays, silver and pearl drop trimmings. The sleeves were inlet with the same insertion and finished with tabs and buttons. She wore a handsome wreath and veil, richly em broidered with sprays and true lover's knots. She carried a pretty bouquet of asparagus fern, asters, and roses, being the gift of Mesdames Scarvell and E. A. Blomfield. The bride was attended by two brides maids, Miss...

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ROMANCE OF WIRELESS. FASCINATING ACCOUNT OF MYSTERIES. GIVEN IN THE HIGH COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

oOMANGE OF WIRELESS. FASCINATING ACCOUNT OF MYS TERIES. L GIVEN IN THE HIGH COURTS. One of the fascinating romances 01 rscience has been told in the Law Courts this week (said 'Lloyd's News' | 'on December 18, 1910). How messages to-day can be sent half-way round the globe without the Jnedlum of wires has been related by counsel, who had steeped himself in .this wondrous lore. Over the 'pews' 'Which the press usually occupy had \been erected a complex apparatus of coils and wires and switches — the in stallation by which messages will be ?received and transmitted during the progress of the case. From this complicated machinery a wire passes through a window to a receiving ap paratus on the roof of the building, ?where it can be seen from Carey street. The story told in court by Mr Ast bury, IC.C., was in three parts, each of which presented matter of enthralling Interest — scientific, historical, and me chanical — as relating to the patents. Mr Marconi and the Marconi Wireless Teleg...

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

FAREWELL TEA-MEETING £ CINCE1T — TO- RE Y. F. WALKDEN BROWN, —IN THE— School of Arts , - Ganclelo , —ON— - FRIDAY, 10th MARCH CFull Moonl. Tea on table 6 p.m. Concert 8 u-m. ' ADMISSION, Is 6d. j MISS L. BOWER, 1 Joint MISS B. HOLZHAUSER ) Sees. ASOCIAL EVENING - - - - AND WELCOME. — TO— RIGHT REV. DR. BARLOW Bishop of Goulburn. I — IK THE — SCHOOL OF ARTS, CANDELO :: ON :: MONDAY, 6th MARCH. TICKETS, ONE SHILLING. ATOTIOST SALES William Rixon. Candelo. Candeio. On Thursday, the 9th March. ? H At Manns' Yards at 2 o'clock sharp. WILLIAM EIXON has received instruc tions from Mrs. Juo. Keys to sell by pub lic auction, as above, 11 CHOICE GRADE JERSEY HEIFERS 2 years. 8 CHOICE GRADE JERSEY HEIFERS _. 1 year. . 40 HEAD MIXED CATTLE . — Also — 1 TON EATING POTATOES Newtown T Newtown ! UNRESERVED. Clearance Sale — of — Household Furnitnre and Effects, On Tuesday, 7t March, At 3 o'clock sharp, WILLIAM RIXON has received instruc tions from Mr. A. C. Attrill to sell by public auction as abov...

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EUROPEAN TRIP. WILD OVERLAND FLIGHT TO LISBON. DUE TO PORTER'S ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

EUROPEAN TRIP. WILD OVERLAND FLIGHT TO LISBON. DUE TO PORTER'S ERROR. A wild dash through France, Spain, and Portugal because a porter at Read ing had directed a traveller to the wrong train was the subject of a sin gular appeal in the Divisional Court on Wednesday (sa'd 'L'oyd's News' on De cember 11). The traveller, Mr A. H. Morris, claimed to make the journey free, and at the expense of the Great Western Railway Co. The appeal came from the Reading County Court. On the finding of the jury his Honor Judge Harington entered judgment against the Great Western Railway Co. in Mr Morris's action for damages. After direction to a wrong train, he arrived too late at Southampton to join a Mediterranean steamer, and went overland to catch it at Lisbon. This was in September of last year. Mr Morris, having arranged to take a Mediterranean trip, provided himself with a ticket at the Great Western Co.'s station at Stroud, Gloucester, for South ampton, where he was going to join the steamer. T...

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JURY'S CHARITY. CORONER'S ATTITUDE [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

JURY S CHARITY. CORONER'S ATTITUDE!. f There was a remarkable conflict of opinion between Coroner Westcott iand a jury at the Hackney Coroner's Court on Saturday (said '.Lloyd's News'1 on December 11). The inquest being concluded, the fore man said; The jury desire to be paid. The Coroner: You cannot vote for payment. You must individually make a declaration that you have lost. money and need recompense. After a little pause the foreman said, 'It is the unanimous wish o£ ttue jury to give the fees to the motWer.' The Coroner: Then I object,, and shall not pay you on such conditions. In the first place, you must not vote for it, and in the second, as I have already told you, it is intended for those that need it. The Foreman: I put it in !a business' light, and if it cost me £20 I, as al professional man, am going to take mine. I am in a position to know that the Council pay their officials very- well, and very often for doing very little. The Coroner: It stands toi reason if you tak...

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

TOWAMBA. (From our Correspondent.) The bridge work still forges ahead,   slowly of course, owing to the continued showery weather, which is a great impediment to painting operations, but at the same time, a great boon to the   district. The official opening of the bridge has been decided to eventuate on the 6th of next month, and with weat her permitting should be Towamba's   day out. Rabbit canning is still alive, and so are the rabbits! very much so. Mr.   Inglis, the travelling expert, gave a   very clear and comprehensive address to a small, but very interested body of citizens at the hall last night. Mr. Jno Hearnbready occupied the chair, and very keen attention was paid to the lecturer. Mr. W. Beasley asked what distance rabbits could be conveyed to the works. Mr. Ingles replied: 30 miles each way, which gives a diameter of 60 miles, and can be worked at that radius. Councillor Geo. Keys explained that rabbits c...

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

There are now 70, 4S1 old age pen sioners in force in the Commonwealth. The Russian garrison destroyed a Persian village ind killed the men and women with daggers, and outraged-a number of women. 50 innocent people killed. The Sec. P.M.G. acknowledges a letter from Mr. Austin Chapman, com plaining about a communication from T.P. Shelley, re proposed Telephone Line to Towamba and Eden, Via Kiah.  

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World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 4 March 1911

WerM-Wlte OKiHinfs. A man named McDonald, :,a defeated i candidate for West Maitland at the municipal election recently, took mat ters rather philosophically. In an advertisement to the ratepayei's he says hereby beg to tender my sincere thanks to all those who sup ported me. For those who could not see their way clear to do so, I have prayed for them deeply and sincerely. Forgive, oh Lord, forgive, for they know not what they do.' ^ Mr. Wade, opening State Liberal campaign against the referenda at Chats wood, expressed himself as per fecly convinced the proposal was fraught with injury to the people of Australia. The: only power left iu the State i£ the amendment were carried would be con trol of diseased meat, impare food, in decent literature, and burial grounds!' Dead bodies would be their special glorification, as the only living things they would be allowed to handle would be lunatics. Denmead and Mace, the Darlinghurst escapees, were each sentenced to live years for burglarie...

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