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Australians. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
AglSlmlMilS. V ' 1 1 The Sydney 'Worker,' speaking of Australians, has the following trenchant remarks: — 'The average Australian boy is a cheeky brat, with a leaning towards larrikinism, a craving for cigarettes, and no ambition beyond the- cricket and football field. He regards his parents with contempt, takes it for granted that his mother mostly tilks nonsense or ^ j 'rot' when she talks to him — and he doesn't always hesitate to tell her so. The aveiage Australian youth is a weedy individual, with a weak, dirty, and contemptible vocabulary, and a crampel mind devoted to sport ; his god is a two-legged brute with unnatur ally developed muscles and no brains. The average Australian man has not been developed yet. Aud as for the city : The unions might be crushed, the labor cause abolished and every fat man get into Parliament, ard these things would be of less importance to the towny than the fact that Bill Some body sprained his blanky groin at foot ball last Saturday, and might...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Ethel Le Xeve, the heroine of the Crippen case, is to be married, and is going to skake the dust of England from, her feet. She resents the treatment she received in England, and in ono statement says: — 'I was a r_isguided girl, and did not deserve the sneers I got from the public and llic news papers. I stood faithfully by the man I loved, and it is news to me to know that this is a crime, ecu in law-abiding England.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
A Paper for the People. ipBiftlim! jjUcont ?- . ami Printed at Candelo, f Issued every SATURDAY ? Circulated throughout the s Southern Districts. ' itm ^ *? ^ ^ ^ ^ 4 *** * ^ 4 ^ K ^ 4 M Stands for no Party, but for Principles. q Aims to' be an educational force, a social bond, a' moral in fluence, an up-lifting power in the community. 1 Glaims to be clean, reliable, outspoken, useful, interesting, 1 up-to-date, and alive to the requirements c of its readers. F E The Subscription. to this Journal is -£1 pes aa&um, c e; re We give Great DISCOUNT for all gfU-O' ADVANCE PAYMENTS. Mi BS F0I1TEEM SHILLINGS, Willi §MT lilHS ill illress asl ws sill, put pa lie 'mm ' m twsivt miuis. „ , : WE CLAIM TO BE ABLE TO EXECUTE ALL CLASSES OF JOB-PRINTING UP TO METROPOLITAN STANDARD. ? Bill-heads, Memos, Tickets, Programmes, Posters, Dodgers, Receipt. Forms, Letter-heads, Visiting Cards, Circulars, etc., etc turned out qnic&ly, neatl5% and at the lowest cost. ; S Business Men.! ! ' C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
| 1| Read This- | To Our Readers: Wo would ask you to help us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep resentative newspaper by forwarding: at. your earliest convenience information that ! will he n: ; . u I ? ! i o interest. You will i Iiuf do much toward advertising your.partieu i Jar part of the electorate. Should you fail to secure your copy of the Ekcorr regularly, a complaint made to us will re ; suit in the matter receiving prompt inves tigation. - j To Coktributoks: 'Whilst we unhesitatingly j - throw our columns open to contributed , articles on any subject, we reserve the ? right to veto any contribution, or senteueo : of same which we consider libellous or! i seditious. Should a writer assume a xoji ! ! de PLUJtE, his real name must accouipany ;j ' his or her manuscript to insure publica- :i . tion. Manuscript must be legibly written j| and roach us not later than Wednesday jj of each week. jj 1' To Corf-espondexts: To facilitate expeaiti- ? oils printing v.'Oj request our ...
Individuality. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
IMivllifllitij. ? * ? The worth of a State, in the long run, is the worth of the individuals composing it. — J. S. Mill. # * # We put too much faith in systems aim iook too little to men. — B. Disraeli. * # * No laws, however stringent, can make tlie idle industrious, the thrift less provident, or the drunken sober. Such reforms can only be effected by means of individual action, economy, and self-denial ; by better habits, rather than by greater rights. — Smiles. * * # National progress is the sum of individual industry,' energy, aud up rightness, as national decay is of indi vidual idleness, selfishness, and vice. * # Even despotism does not produce its worst effects so long as individuality exists under it ; aud whatever crushes individuality is despotism, by whatever name it be called. -Mill. * * * Many are the lives of men unwritten which have nevertheless as powerfully influenced civilisation and progress as the more fortunate Great whose names are recorded iri biography. Even...
World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
WorM-Wide Gleanings. The Labor candidate won the Rock hanipton seat by 23 votes. The Queensland Premier x*ecently resigned this seat owing to ill-health. # -* =» It is stated that the Sydney butter trade — thanks to the assistance of the Commerce Act — had practically 'outed, margarine from competition. Manu facturers can still place margarine on the market, but they are not allowed to color it to resemble butter. # & # The well-known jumpers, Desmond, Radium and Waterloo tied at 6ft. 6in. after clearing 6ft. 3in. at the Warwick show (Q.) * * =» There is certainly more sense in the training of adults to defend the coun try, than in the training of school boys. But is thero any need or justification for compulsion in either case? Why should it be assumed that Australians, unlike the people of the old country, require to be dragooned into the service of their country ? * * *= Since 1900 the number of sheep in Western Australia has increased from 2,434,311 to 5,500,400. ?if ^ ^...
Medical Science and Alcohol. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Medico! science ni AkMel. A reader sends us the following inter esting Hipping from the British Medi cal Journal, which we are pleased to publish: — One of the most remarkable trans formations in medical practice in the last ten years has been the decline in the use of alcohol. The statistics of the large London hospitals, the Metro politan Asylums Board, and the Lon don County asylums are a most con vincing record of the fact that a great change has come over the practice and convictions of the medical officers of these institutions, who number among them — if not entirely composed of — the best elements of our profession, the best type of personal efficiency, and to whose opinions we look up with the greatest respect, and whose practice may be fairly taken as a standard representing that of the profession of tbe nation at large. In the London County asylums, while the patients and staff had gone up from the year 1885 to the year 1906 from 8,107 to 19,4-57- the wines and spirits ha...
Bega Races Results. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Bep Rices Results. Bega Autumn Raees eventuated on Friday of last week. The weather was favorable, and everything passed off svell. The gate takings amounted to 689 3s. The results were as follows : Trial Handicap. Lady Jake, 8.1, 1 The Scale, 8.7, 2 Sealark, 8.1, 3 Flying Handicap. Silver Progress, 7.7, 1 Brown Bird, 9.5, 2. Overlook, 8.13, 3 Hurdle Race. Dollar Bill, 10.10, 1 v Wobbigong, 9st. 2 Tadpole, 9.10, 3 Highweight Handicap. Espero, 8.11, 1 Jacobite, 8st., 2 Goldfinch, 9st., 3 Autujin Handicap. Elouera, 9.5, 1 Wood King 8.12 2 True Tile, 6.7, 3 Time Handicap Trot. Goldlock, 3 sees. beh. 1 Kathleen, ISsecs. beh., 2 . Rebel Jim, 3 sees beh., 3
Beeby and Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Beefty an Boon. When George Stephenson Beeby was a small boy it was his good fortune to learn the 'rudiments' at Crown-Street Sydney Superior Public School. He left there with much acquired know ledge a quarter of a century ago. To day he is the Minister for Public In struction, and in that capacity admin isters the department which controls the destiny of Crown-Streot. In the interim he has become a successful lawyer. Before that he aspired to be ing a successful school teacher. But thereby bangs the tale. It was not so difficult away back in the eighties to become a teacher as it is now, and when young Beeby cast aside his slate and the serfdom of scholarship he, at the tender age of 14, entered the public service as a pupil teacher. He had a class of about 60 boys, who bossed him when he did not boss them. Also- there was a certain Mr. Board, who was then the head master of the school, aud who also bossed young Beeby. Now Mr. Board. is Uuder-Secretai'y in the Department which has...
Want To See The Wheels Go Round. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Want To See The Wheels Go Round. A ? The above words are often given expressing to in Childhood days ; whether it is tlie wish to see the mechanism of a watch, j or oi more elaborate machinery, the curiosity of a child is the same, it is but the natural yearning for knowledge — the wanting to know the why and wherefore of things. This trait in our early days should be developed and encouraged, so that as the children grew up they may become observant and will be equipped by previous training to consider all things at their proper value. The gospel of cheapness can be overdone. An article is not necessarily cheap because it is low priced ; other facts have to be considered. The principal factor in Machinery, for in stance, being durabilitymach inery not likely to get out of order — the ability to obtain duplicate parts when required ; machinery supplied by reliable Pirms who have their reputat ion behind the goods . they sell, and who are always willing to give information when requi...
Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 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. Yv7ill some man or -woman take the matter in hand aud cause the silence to cease ? If no one else is doing it for your , district, will yen 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 tbe industries, etc. Write the names of persons very dis tinctly. Do not bother about grammar or spelling ; if is tlie editor's work to look after these tjifles. The barect skeleton is enough. Give information, but let criticism alone. j Write on one side of the paper only. Write your name in some corner; not foi printing, bnt to prove good faith.
CURRENT TOPICS. McG. at Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
CURRENT TOPICS. McG. at Court. The prospective scene of J. S. T. McGoweu sitting ' amoDgst the embroi' dery and mummerv of the King's court at Coronation time affords a fascinating subject for any imagination, especially if he deigns to j don the knee-breeches, buckled shoes' and brass buttons. The Premier is not a very pretty specimen even in an ordinary flogger, nor would we think he could manage by bubbling wit and winning ways to dim the spectacle he will create in the ridiculous 90 guinea court costume, and therefore he will staud out prominently indeed, like a moulting emu in a cage of canaries. But one can hardly imagine the erst while Boiler-maker Premier making himself so cheap, unless he is out 'merely for the purpose of advertising.' ' How are the mighty fallen 1' Men who have given a A New Boss, life's energies to pushing a cause and, they thought, with it themselves to a place of power in the political world, have reeently had their inflated chests ruthlessly pushed in ...
Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Spans friii lis Ml. True religion nourishes the roots of right-doing. ? # # # The hardest work certain folks do is telling how busy they are. \ # ' ? ?. * I It does not make a man brave to. lay his cowardice on his conscience * * * No amount of laundry in your religion can make up for a lack of love. # * # : You cannot keep your eyes oui your watch and your lieart ou your work. * * # 'There is a natural and divine law anterior and supei'ior to all human and cival law, by which every people has a right to live on the fruit of the soil on which they are born, and in which they are buried/' — Cardinal Manning. ^ ^ Tf? There is no special merit in casting bread on the waters with a hook in it. # # # It's no use looking for man's religion when it doesn't get into his looks. * * # In journeys, as in life it is a great deal easier to do down hill than up. + + + + # + + While thei'e is harmony there is happiness. * * * Leisure is sweet to thoso who have earned it, but burdensome to those wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Bega - Cooma Motor Service. v ? y v- — ^ i» ?» l» Leave Bega on Tuesdays & Fridays and will CALL AT CANDELO. CARS Return from Cooma on Wednesdays and Saturdays. isr- Return Journey must toe notified; at NEAREST BOOKING OFFICE beforehand, ggg 3g|£03lgOg|£C 3SB&SS8S SEA=SIDE EXCURSIONS— Special Reductions made according to the number of Passengers in party. SPECIAL TRIPS TO ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. = = = - - - Arrangements aiul quotes will be made on Application ri ? l?or full particulars apply MANN'S' HOTEL, CANDELO. , — m Queen's Hotel, * Willian Street, CANDSLO. JOHif 00LXJXTS, J unr.f - - - PROPRIETOR. - - - First Class Accommodation at a Moderate Tariff. - 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. I! ' II ? L_ ? ^ j - if . I 'I Want W ft cat !i of j * jj Ha...
Cleanliness. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Cleanliness. The following list of definitions of cleanliness is obtained from various sources : — 'A life preserver.' ' A personal index of character.' ' Beauty's handmaid.' ?' An expert house decorator.' ' A very complete medioine chest.' ' The best garb poverty can wear.' ' A good doctor of the hydropathic persuasion.' ' A ray of soul shining through the body.' ' The home of comfort, aud the comfort of home.' ' As virtue is to the soul so is clean liness to the body.' 'The outpost of health, which pre vents the invasion of its enemy — dis- ease.' One of Nature's best gifts.' 'The most welcome companion through life.'
Fight Between Editors. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Figm Between Editors. Mr Cornelius Murphy, editor of the Charleville Times (Liberal), and Mr. John Kilner, editor of the Charleville Guardian (Labor), decided to settle their political difference in a threeround boxing bout. The fight took place in a local hall, which was packed in every part. Partisanship ran high. The pair flew at each other ? from the jump, and when not ip clinches used their hands like flails. Mr. Murphy had the better of things when they re turned to thier corners. The Liberal champion began the second round by a charge which his opponent could not withstand. Mr. Kilner hung on to avoid punishment, aud was in a bad way. when the gong saved him. The third round saw the complete downfall of Labor and Mr. Kilner hung limp on the ropes. Only a punch was required for a knock-out, but before it could be delivered, the referee and the police in terfered, and called Mr. Murphy off. The fight ended in indescribable con fusion. — Exchange.
It Takes So Little. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
II If lies s® Utile. It takes so little to make us sad, Just a slighting word or doubting sneer, Just a scornful smile on,_.some lips held dear. And . our footsteps lag, though the goal seemed near, And we lose the courage and hope we had — So little it takes to make us sad. It takes so little to make us glad, Just a cheering clasp of a friendly hand ; Just a _ wcrd . from one who can understand, And we finish the task we long had planned ; And we lose the doubt and the fear we had — «- So it takes so little to make us glad. n.J : KMVv.:':r:f.-:/i;Y-rV . ?— M.H. :
Bishop Barlow's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 March 1911
lisfwp inflows Visit. The Right Rev. Dr. Barlow, Bishop of Goulburn, arrived on his visit to this portion of the diocese on Saturday last being the guest of Mr. C. T. Styles, of Kanoona. on that night, and on Sunday morning conducted a condrmation ser vice at the Kameruka Church, when a large number of candidates presented themselves, and, after the cexemony? the Bishop delivered an address. Iu the afternoon he preached at Tanta wanglo, and in the evening delivered a stirring address on ' Love ' at St. Peter's, Candelo. His Lordship's preaching always affords a rare treat of the very finest pul pit oratory, combined with a visible earnestness which makes his message almost irresistable, and on every occasion large congregations greeted him on Sunday |last. He is accompanied on his tour by Rev. Whittiugtou, who, with the Rev. N. W. Gardiner, ably assisted in the ser vices. Social Evening and Welcome. [ On Monday evening, in the local School of Arts, a social evening and welcome was g...