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

CANDELQ Political Labor League WM. F. RILET will address the ** League Members at MANN'S CANDELO HOTEL on THURSDAY NEXT at 8 p.m. Public cordially invited. J. J. GORMAN, Secretary Candelo P. L. League. INTERUNION rUUlbALL HAlt'ii. COBARGO D. U. UNION v. CANDELO D E. UNION. SATURDAY, 6th AUGUST. ( »n the Candelo Recreation Ground. Admission Is, Ladles 6d. . . . . . DANCE AT NIGHT. ,L. LAZARUS, Hon. Sec. Candelo A» EL & Do Fo Association,, ANNUAL NOMINATION MEETING fpHE ANNUAL NOMINATION MEETING 1 of OFFICERS in connection with the above Association will take place in the SCHOOL OF ARTS, CANDELO, on THURSDAY NEXT.^fch JULY, at 3 p.m. Business — -. ''' ' Nomination of President, 2 Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, and 22 Cotniuittcetnen, who retire but are eligible for re-electien. A.O.MANNS, Secretary. ASSiCiifteio A MEETING of LADIES will be held in A the SMALL HALL of the SCHOOL OF ARTS on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON NEXT, 27th inst.. at 2.30 p.m., to form a Ladies' Branch of the Candelo ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
William's Phychic Disturbances. A Story of Wireless Messages. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

[?] A Story of Wireless Messages By Robert Alston Stevenson. [The following amusing story from ' Scribuer's Magaziue ' is not an im possible one, since at Arncliffe, Sydney, a short time ago. Mr. J. H. T. Pike succeeded in capturing and interpreting the wireless messages of the Australian Squadron when they were in New Zealand waters. Absolute privacy in transmitting wireless messages has yet to be secured, which fact lends addi tional interest to ' William's Psychic Disturbances.' — Ed.] ' Well, did you ever ?' ejaculated William Walter Madison. 'I wish I Lad one ! You just pick words out of the air, don't yoa, like the magician picking coins out of nowhere ?' 'It's very simple,'' explained the wireless operator. ' All you need are a few wires and this little instrument.' 'Father,' asked William, 'may I have one?' ' Nonsense !' said Mr. Jarvis Madi son, banker, l'ailroad owner, millionaire, absent mindedly. The 'Celtic,' plunging into a foamy sea, three days out from New York, had ...

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

RELIGION M POLITICS. ? + ? Sectarianism and' bigotry are Q&\ not the creatious of the Christ of Calvary ; their history dates back to the genesis of things, to the days of Caiu and Abel — human sin and human righteousness. Their birth place was the warped, narrow brain of the first murderer, whose vision was not keen enough to see the Eternal Grod behind the forms and ceremonies of worship. The race of Cain has been perpetuated right down .the ages to modei'n times, and marks a track stained with blood. The unthinking call this bloody trail the footpriuts of religion, and charge the Almighty with the atrocities committed in His name. But ever and always, Sectarianism (a wolf in sheep's clothing and as distant from the ethics of Christianity as the east is from the west) has been the ' power behind the throne/' How ever, ' let the dead past bury its dead.' It is with the present we have to do, and it is our fault (and ours to suffer), if the bitter lessons of past centuries h...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

(To the Editor.) Sir, — I would ask you for a little space in your valuable paper for a few re marks. In glancing through the selected team to play the Cobargo Football Union-, I was a little surprised. I would like to ask tho3e who selected the team, why was R. Robiuson omitted? In my opinion, and in the opinion of hundreds of others, tiobinsou is the second best three-quarter man in the Caudelo Union — of course, all must admit that Maunder is the best. Then again, what is the matter with McNeil ? I am sure they must know that he is a better half-back than Ryan. Perhaps these players were not available for the match. If they were (and I believe they were) available, I would like the selection committee to say in what points of the game the other three quarter men ni'e better than Robinson ? If they dou't reply to this I will con clude that they don't know. — Tours, etc., A Local Sport.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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CURRENT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

[?] ? » ? 'I say great men are still admirable ; I say there is, at bot ' Strong Mail ' torn, nothing else ad Roosevelt. mirable.' Wheu Oarlyle gave expres sion to the sentiment of the above, the human heart was essentially the same as to-day. Probably the greatest seer of his age, it was -Cai-lyle's greatest de light to peer into the mysteries of hu manity, study the fastenings .and tex ture of the cables holding society's great anchors, and then, arranging his conclu sions, send them forth to be read and che.-ished. Human nature is the same from generation to generation, and we find it rendering its homage at the throne of the great in a remarkable manner in the whirl of the 20th cen tury. One of the most striking in stances of this is the case of Theodore Roosevelt, ex-President of the United States, and political 'strong man' oi the nations. 'The history of the world is the biography of its great men,' and the intellectual giants of the greatest Republic on the globe have contri...

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

[?] Although our columns are open for the ex pression of individual opinions, we do not hold ourselves responsible for the views expressed therein.

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

BEST FOR CROUP. . A child may go to bed at night in his usual health, except, porbaps for a cold, only to awaken a few hours later with a well developed attack of croup, and the reui .irj der of the night is spent by the anxiou ; par ents in trying to relieve his suffei-iug. winch is usually more or less experimental. A bottle of Chamberlain's Cougii Uein^cty iu the house will, save anxiety, espmisj an4 perhap-3 the life of the child. Whei thu medicine is given at thu ii.- -it iii'li.Mti.--i ,;i croup the attack may be avoM.M .in-! ?.-.?,! ? after the croupy unugh has appo u-D i r, ,v,,, prevent the attack. So.d --y ii.l ilj.t.o.-; w uiedicint).*

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

[?] ? e ? The inventor is a benefactor of the race and so is the man who puts the inven tion on the market in such a way as to be available to the greatest possible number of persons. The telephone has been described by the late Lord Kelvin as the greatest invention of the age, but to tlu Hon. Austin Chapman preemin ently belongs the gratitude of the Aus tralian people for the boon of having the 'phone placed within reach of every family in moderate circumstances. The hon. member and his deeds are being freely discussed in Parliament and press of late owing to the controversy raised regarding telephones. It caunot be disputed that Chapman was the first Postmaster-General to courageously deal with the telephone troubles. It was he who introduced the Toll Telephone system and made it workable. The country centres bene fitted greatly under his administration. He insisted on their needs being con sidered and initiated a system of usino trees, fences and light poles as line sup° ports. T...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. Candelo Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

[?] ? ^ ? Candelo Coursing Club. The Cup Meeting in connection with the local Coursing Club was run on the Plumpton at Kameruka on Wednesday, notwithstanding the nnfavoring weather which prevailed. . Owing to the .'ainy conditions, the committee on Tuesday ueciaea uo postpone iur a. wootv, uuu un apprising the neighbouring towns of their decision they were informed that in doiug so 'they clashed with another event, hence it was thought advisable to' carry out the arrangements first made. Wednesday, though very little rain fell, was cloudy and threatening, and con sequently there was a very meagre at tendance, a fair proportion of which were Bega enthusiasts. Ten dogs only competed, but they were of the first order, and some really good sport eventuated, Messrs. Beresford and Mur ray's crack, Bowen, coming out victor. Mr. G. Porter gave every satisfaction as judge, as did Mr. W. Oollins as slip per. The following are the results : — Gandelo Cup, A STAKE for an unlimited number of Dog...

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

iPPIfX-:;/ ' l'?^1ndPrci'ecte-J.: 1 V'v iPS^ Chapped hands and \^| . . 1^^^^^ chilblains are often a % i**' source of positive tor- ^ ture. The fingers and hands be- ^ come red, inflamed, -wollen, % cracked, and lilierlim,'. pariii-i:1;,r'v nliont \ the knucklfs and wnsis. hri-siu-rs with '?;; Zam-tluk will speedily re«r...r..- il.e Ii.ii.Ih S i to a sound, healthy =tate. V.m\\ link tS A will at once soot'ie and relieve Hie min £V ^j, fortify the raw flesh a.-ainst the .ut.a--ks fe- 'xS& of disease germs, and rapidly ln-al piin- H s Yi ful crai;Iis- No one need suffer frnni .^K ^ 1/6 NX cl'al'l'«I hands if they use Kani-link . ;ts lla7e vdKiiGGniFl'' P f ^i I pot- yj|F ^^ja£^^2T'Ii^M H

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

i Built on tJie experience gaisaedl $ I during 7O years of continuous ;' g manufacfturiragj, Lipp Pianos U are guaranteed to stand true IJ as a rocK in any; climate. I Their tone is Ibrijgnt and clear, 1 I and o^ tKat singing (quality I so greatly admired by all ; i musicians. I Their touch is light and I responsive, and their case I designs very handsome, : I We sell these Pianos on Easy I Terms, and Catalogue© are free I for the asKing. !; I If you have an old piano, we u 1 . will laKe it in part payment for I a new piano. Jm-:::.:.-.,;.,.-1:1::.:','.'::..-.',:.';.'.,:, ..?. ,'...'.?. ? .??-?. ? -s^^v^ -;ac ? 338 George Streets, «§-ydlir&ey. ? ? ? 112| I have pleasure in announcing that I have made special arrangements for Stocking a Large Quantity of the above and now offer them by the m SINGLE BOTTLE ML at the Low. Prices mentioned. PORTS. 2s 6d, 3s, 3s 6d, 4s and 4s 6d. SHERRIES, Pwepfc. 2s (3d and 3s; Dry, 3s 6d, 4* and 4s Gd. | CLARET (qnarts), 2s 6d and 3s 6d ; (pint...

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

fX v \ times require f 15 v-'j aStimulant, |&fcfjj nothing is klS'M purer or saferg^jj ? than fee gj&fr** it is £k.n P^fT^^S^ efiective M^^Sfe^ leaJth G Preservative. It is said that when Jeffries was knocked out many of the women pre sent left the stadium weeping bitterly. . It would be thought such ta weak pas time would be beneath spectators of a gladiatorial contest. . /

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

II -And This, ty I Scjrscribers to the Southern Record are ' governed by the following ? LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: i 1. Subscribers who do not give expres notice to the contrary are considered as -vish- ing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers older the discontinuance . of their periodicals, the publisher may con- , tinue to send them until arrears are paid. ' 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the post office or other place , to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills and ordered the periodicals to be dis continued. : i 4-. If subscribers move toother localities' without informing the publishers, and their j papers are sent to the former direction, the; subscribers are responsible. i 5. The courts have decided that ' refusing to take periodicals from the office or remov° ing or leaving them uncalled for, is pri.ua faci evidence of intentional fraud. G. If subscribers pay in advance for ai peri...

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

^ Read This- $ . To Our Eeadees: We would ask. you to help us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep resentative newspaper by forwarding at ? your earliest convenience information that ! will be of public iu terns t. You will thu* j do much toward advertising your particn- i ; Jar part of the electorate. Should ym i j fail to secure your copy of the Hecoki' i regularly, a complaint made to us will ru ! suit in the matter receiving prompt inves- j ? | tigatiou. To Contributors: Whilst we unhesitatingly throw our columns open to contributed I articles on any subject, we reserve tlir right to veto auy contribution, or sentence of same which we consider libellous or x | seditious. Should a writer assume a nosi y, de PLDirK, his real name must accompany I- ' his or hr»r manuscript to insure publica- f ' : tion. Manuscript must be legibly written i and reach us not later than Wedsnesday i \. of each week. i ! To Correspondents: To facilitate expediti | ous printing we^ request our numerou...

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Dr. Graham Bell. The Telephone Inventor. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

Dr. Graham Bell. ? ♦ ? The Telephone Inventor. Sydney has of late been honored by a visit from the world-famous Dr. Bell, scientist, philanthropist and benefactor of the race. The appended character sketch makes interesting reading: As he lounged back on the settee and filled his pipe preparatory to a hark back to the days when he was mounting the tirsb stepping-stone of scientific fame, an opportunity was given to study this great man. Though nearly 70 years of age aud his hair turned to a silvery whiteness, Dr. Graham Bell carries his massive frame with much of the vigor of. youth. 'Say!' he le marked, 'is the American team here? Because if they're playing football this afternoon, I must go and have a look at the boys.' Which remark may be ac cepted as an evidence that his spirit is much younger than his years. But it is his head-piece which commands at tention. Even a novice at phrenology would respect it as indicative of great mental power — such a head as you would expect in a ...

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

Nixed Items. Sir George Reid was badly silenced at home recently by an interjection. * In the course of one of liis deliverances be plaintively asked: — 'What would happen if I were to die ?' Back came the unexpected retort, ' The fat would ?' then be in the fire. * * # 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. Tt causes them to heal in a very short while. Sold by all dealers in medicine.* * * * An amusing story about Mr. lloosp. velfc has just become public after many years. Doing the honours at the White House to an English guest, the President regaled the latter with st.ories of his prowess during the Spanish American War. His son, Kermit, who had been listening atten . tively to the monologue, finally broke in with the anxious query: 'Say, poppa, couldn't you get anybody to help you lick the -Spaniards ?' .......

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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BIBBENLUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

bibbenlukeT Splendid rain has fallen during the last two days, and at time of writing it is still raining. About an inch has teen recorded up to the present. The -winter so far has been a very mild one, and quite a green shoot, is noticeable. Partners will be very busy now sowing erops. Prospects look bright for an early spring. The local lads journeyed to Nimity fteile on Saturday to try conclusions T*ith that team for Bombala Football Competition Cup, but were defeated by 8- to 6. Rumour says that a team of foot fJers from Candelo intend coming up a few weeks time, to take that little of a Cup. ? We are anxiously looking forward to the visit, as a good game is anticipated. ^Eibbenlnke and Bombala footballers 'fec'iiext Saturday on the local oval in, competition for the Bombala Competi tion's Cap. Also tte Rovers will meet *team from the Bombala Boys' Ath letic Club for the Goodman Cup. Mr. Chas. Jennings, who has been in Bombala for some time suffering from the effects of a bad le...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

? £AiUttAi§0 London, Thursday, A strike among the railway men in the north of England is extending _to all grades of railway workers. At Carlisle it has been decided to strike, aud if the strike is carried out on this line the connection betweee ths e^st srid west in North England will bs broksn. The ctrl 1:3 o\i the grand trunk line in. OaviF.a?, ;a causiue' Teat bardsb:':;. Gait-e zes eif-rTirig :n cs.rr. ^/'iicii e'& i It ' in etiilsc that- noa-umcaioia rivs f;rc.c.~£?iy is. king u'ie plr.cec of the t::si-; 'It::. Lzopi^z. .ias promic-'ja 'bo cere fully consider 'the pretests of- the Scottish bodies sgaiuat the alteration, of li'a Acosasicr- frsclcrifciec.

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

CATHCART. The weather has broken at last. Sice rain is falling here to-night (Monday), which is greatly needed in ihis district. It has been an exception allv dry winter on Monaro. Diphtheria is still lingering about Cathcart, there having been several cases lately. Dr. Welch has been kept Tery busy, but we are glad that so far ie has been able to check this t'erribte '*1-' disease. Mr. Charles Stewart Cathcart is seriously ill, suffering with pneumonia and a touch of bronchitis. We trust ihat before long he will be enjoying jjood health again. We are pleased to say that his sister, who has been ill for some time with a severe attack of ?bronchitis, is now able to leave her bed. Dr. Welch had to be called in to attend Miss Fulton last Thursday, who ire understand, is suffering from Theumatic fever. There is every hope cf her speedy recovery. Four deaths hare occurred in this 3ittle township within the last six ireeks. We are pleased to say that Mr. H. Thompson is improving. The last...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

[?] ? D ? Sydney, Friday. Eggs 15d to 16d ; butter, 108s to 122s; cheese, to8d; hens, 5s to 4s; roosters 3s to 5s; The House of Representatives de cided to send an address to the King endorsing the modified form of the Accession Oath as suggested by the British Prime Minister. Mr. Fisher said he hoped that not another King would be asked to subscribe to the oath in such objectionable form as it was presented to the late King. Mr. Wade,[referring to the passage of the Surplus Revenue Bill through the House of Representatives, declared that the Federal Government had taken up an attitude of discourtesy aud arro gance towards the Stales. Ninety-seven additional claims for injuries received in the ' Rickmond disaster have been lodged, making a total of 407. The Assembly-agreed to the acquisi tion by t|je Government of Tirppal Es tate, near Finlay, and Mjvharatta and Bibbenluke Estates, in the Cooma Bombala District. The Industrial Disputes Amendment Bill|and the Railways Loan Bill were ...

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