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

COUGH IF YOU WANT TO. But remember it is very annoying to those around you, and it is anything but polite when you can get so ready and aid as Chrmberlain's Cough Remedg. A single dose will relieve an ordinary cough. Very often three doses will cure an ordinary cold.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Only a Servant Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

Only a s@rv«t Girl. I know I'm only a servaut girl, And I'm not ashamed to say I belong to the ranks of those that toil For a living day by day. With willing feet I press along In the paths that I must tread, Proud that I have the strength and skill To earn my daily bread. I belong to the ' lower class ' That's a phrase we often meet — And there's some who sneer at a ser vant gill As they pass us in the street. They stare at us iu proud disdaiu, And there lips in scorn will curl, And oftimes we hear them say — ' She is only a servaut girl.' Only a servaut girl, thank God ! With willing hand3 and heart I'm able to earn my daily bread And in life's battles take my part. You could offer me no title 1 would be more proud to own, And I stand as high in the sight of God As the Queen upon her throne. Ye geutle folks, who pride yourselves Upon your wealth and birth, And look with scorn on those who have Naught else but li.uest worth, Your gentle birth we laugh to scorn, For we hold this as ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Southern Fruit Culture. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

§®utl@ri Frail Coltere. Mr. W H. Spinks, fruit inspector, has furnished to the Standard statistics as to the area of land visited by him under fruit culture in the Southern portion of his inspectoral district. Iu the estimate no account is taken of scattered areas aud gardens under | rood. Localities are grouped as follows : Bega, Kameruka, Brogo, Settlement, Cooper's Glen, Stoney Creek, Tathra, Wallagoot, Angiedale, Tarraganda, Doctor's Creek, Kanoona, Jellat Jellat, and Mtirrays Flat, — 302 acres. Wapengo, Tanja, Bunga and The Murrah, — 26i acres. | Quamnia, Cobargo, Breakfast Creek, Station Creek, Myrtle Creek, Dignam's Creek, Narira Creek, Wilgoa, — 44^ rcres. Candelo, Collinswood, Greeumount, Wolnmla, Chalk Hills, Tootbdaie, Tantawanglo, Millingandi, — 40^ acres. Pambula, Bald Hills, Upper Boggy Creek, Broadwater, Edeti, Lochiel, Greig's Flat, Nethercote, Kiab, Narj^ps, barba, Cudgerier— 79'r acres. Towamba. Pericoe. Bnrragate, Rocky Hall, Wyndham, Devil's Hole, — 4G£ acres. Bu...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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How to Propose. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

H®W f® prspss. ? :o: ? A young ladies' journal devoted three i pages to a 'How to Propose' article. Sheer waste of ink and paper (says an exchange). Sensible men don't re quire any of this nonsense. Just take a firm grip of the girl's band — or waist is better — and say : 'Maria, you know me pretty well by this time. I'm going to start house-keeping on my own account, and there's a vacancy in the establishment for a girl about your size.' The girl who wants a chap to go down on his knees and tell a lot of lies about love and afEectiou is no sort of use for lighting the fire at six in the morning and belting the steak into a tender condition.

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Jam and Strychnine for Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

jam ai snifciaiiM for RffllMiS. ? ? ❖ ? Mr. Frand K. Chisholm, of Kippalaw, late of Goulburn, who has been so suc cessful in destroying rabbits with jam aud strychnine, gives some useful infor mation as to the methods to adopt. He finds it better to take a small area aud poison it thoroughly thau to run a long trail round or across the paddock. In mixing the poison ho has found that the top of an ordinary cardboard match box full of crystals Ms sufficient when powdered to poison a 21b tin quince jam. If a potato squeezer is available it is a good plan to force the jam through it to take out the lumps. He thinks the best way to lay the jam is : get two pieces of wopd about 15in long, f -? ? \ _ 'J threequarters or an lucn wiue, uuu about one-eighth of an inch thick. When these are stuck into the jam, enough will adhere to either to make three or four baits. The method then to be pursued is :— Go ronud every burrow, turning up a scd Jabout as big as a man's two fists, aud scrape a bai...

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Caste Spirit Among Working Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

c®ste spirit M®i§ w®riii§ wm. The United States Presbyterians have appointed one of their number to super intend Christiau work amongst Indus trials. This superintendent of Social .Service, Mr. Steltze, gives curious testimony that the caste spirit exists among the higher class of working men. 'Tho journeyman frequently | treats his helper with the greatest con tempt. The mechanics in some trades consider themselves superior to those engaged in some others. Because some working men are privileged to wear white linen shirts while at their work, they despise the labourer whose toil compels him to wear one made of wool or cotton. The spirit of caste has also gone over to their wives. In a little Minnesota railroad J:own the wives of . the engineers, the firemen and the brakemen are formed into exclusive women's clubs. It is absolutely impos sible for the fireman's wife to join the club composed of the engineers' wives, and as for the brakeman's wife — she simply 'is'nt iu it.' If ever ...

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Poetry. Why It Costs a Lot to Live. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

1 Wl| II £§§!§ i M t® Live. There are too many actors to tore us, And stars who are hardly a shine; There are too many girls in the chorus | Subsisting on lobsters and wine. There are too many catered and waitered, Who call for the fizzy and dry ; Too few who are sowing, and hilling, aud hoeing, So living — well, living is high. There are too many thrummers and strummers Annoying the keys and the strings ; There are too many chauffeurs and loafers Who are riding in autumo-things. There a-'o too many schemers and dreamers, And ouly a few who produce ; Too many investing in golden-egg nesting, And few who are growing the goose There are too many preachers ajd teachers, Who work the south half of their faces ; There are too many tourists and jurists, Whose suits are concealed in their cases. There are too many lawyers and jawers Who demand, but cannot supply, Aud they serve a subpeeua upon a Mar tini, And wonder that living is high. Too many are looking for cooking, Too few are encoura...

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Compulsory Training. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

CMspDls®?! Traiiiiig. The Victorian Methodist Conference carried the following motion by the Rev. A. Madsen ? — 'That this conference, whilst not expressing any opinion upon the gene ral principles of the Federal Defence Act, strongly protests against t he pro vision for compulsory military training for boys as an infringement of the sacred lights of conscience, and res pectfully requests mm- a uuuouicmio clause be inserted exempting from such training youths who object, or whose parents aud guardians object, on con scientious grounds.' Mr. Madsen S3id the question at issue was the right of the State to override the rights of conscience. The present defence proposals were un-British, un just, unchristian, and against the tradi tions, practice, and sentiments of the British Empire and Christianity. (Dis sentinent voices : 'Question, question!') Rev. H. Wot rail opposed the motion heart and' soul. Compulsory traiuing would train a host of Australian youths who now loafed about street ...

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

1 1 It i iisit pMi 9? H Sffvi fill a Wife -j ? f .pjgipK i fiffK j If ( f' pi t&t* ,S % Frequent Throbbing Headaches. There's many Eilf/l ^3% f a cause- Men are ^not often headaches ; when Aey are it is generally clue to Biliousness or InrlJ.irestion. ^ But' women have headr.c lies ^i|| which seem peculiar to .their Jjvf-ISOj, se.Xj frequent throbbing f' ' ' J headaches. Does it not seem ' r \ that such headaches peculiar ?j ' f* .to women must be at opce re J lated to womanly disease? Women who suffer with dis '/ eases peculiar to the sex do p i)\ not realise the drain of vital strength and nerve force thev undergo as a consequence of disease. It is this that causes the headaches of sick women. 'About three years ago,' writes Mrs Leah Woods, 37 Humphrey-street South, Ballarat, V., 'I was seized with most vio lent pains in the back, severe headaches, and dizziness which came on periodically, and then became quite frequent; indeed, I was always ailing. Dr. Morse's Indian Root...

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Manners. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

Miners. 'We must be gentle, now we are gentleman.' — Shakespeare. * * * 'Manners are not idle, but the fruit Of noble nature and of loyal mind. ' — Tennyson. * * * 'A beautiful behaviour is better than a beautiful form ; it gives a higher pleasure and statues and pictures ; it is the finest ot the fine arts.' — Emerson. # * ? #? 'Manners are offen too much neglect ed; they are most important to men, no less than to women. . . . Life is too short to get over a bad manner ; besides manners are the shadows of virtues.' — The Rev. Sydney Smith. # * * Manner is one of the principal ex ternal graces of character. It is the ornament of action, and often makes the commonest offices beautiful by the way in which it performs them. It is a happy way of doing things, adorning even the smallest details of life, aud contributing to render it, as a whole, agreeable and pleasant. — Smiles. * # * ' Sir, a man has no more right to say an uncivil thing than to act one— 110 more right to say a rude thi...

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Duty—Truthf[?]ess. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

DM!S~Tni!MSl!KS§. 'How happy is he born and taught, That serveth not another's will ! Whoso armour is his honest thought, :And simple truth his utmost skill ! 'Whose passions not his masters are, Whose soul is still prepared for death; Untied unto the world by care Of public fame, or private breath. 'This man is freed from servile bands, Of hope to rise, or fear to fall : Lord of himself, though not of land ; And having nothing, yet hath all.' — Wottou. * * * 'His nay was nay without recall ; His yea was yea, and powerful all ; He gave his yea with careful heed, His thoughts and words were well agreed ; His word, his bond and seal.' — Inscription on Baron Stein's Tomb. # * «= Be and continue poor, young man, while others around you grow rich by fraud and disloyalty ; be without place or power while others beg their way upwards ; bear the pain of disappointed hopes while others gain the accom plishment of theirs by flattery ; forego the gracious pressure of the hand, for which others...

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

HEADACHFS. Like manylother human ailments, have been wrongly diagnosed and altogether misunder-. stood. Tho headache itself is not the things to treat, for the reason that it is simply a symptom and is .wholly .dependent on the'- action of other organs. Not infrequently the direct cause of headache is an inactive liver. :Jf you are troubled much with head aches, then try Chamberlain's tablets, the reliable,- tried and true liver medicine, that; S *ts that organ right One box is medicine for t he whole family and costs but Is 6d. : I ii Graver Mood. Mtoral and Religious, Philosophical, and Didactical. Church Services. Candelo District. Oa.tholio. jyj' ASS will be celebrated as under — MAECH. Ilth — Candelo 11. . .. J. J. GUNNING, P. P. Oil ?arch. o± England. KAMERTJKA PARISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be held a sun der— MARCH 5th — Kameruka 11 Candelo 7.45 (Right Rev. Dr. Barjow, Bishop of Goulburn.) 12. — Candelo 11 a,m. (H.C.), Bemboka 7.45. 19th. — Wolumla 11 (H.C.), Candelo 3, Kameruka...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

If the Federal Referendum proposals are carried, almost every shred of power at present exercised by the States will be transferred to the Com monwealth Government. Under such circumstances the State Parliament could easily be dispensed with.— -Gren- fell Orserver.

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

Ailments Peculiar to Women. ? :o: ? HEADACHES AND BILIOUS AT TACKS. Bile, Beaks, the Wife's Friend. Every woman should rely on Bile Beans as her safeguard against sickness aud ill health. 'For over ten years Bile Beans have been a constant companion iu my home,' says Mrs. E. Evans, of Marton St., Charters Towers, Q. 'I have never felt better iu my life than since my last boy was born, and during my confinement I took nothing but Bile Beans. Peroidical splitting head aches, together with acute bilious at tacks and constipatiou were a sonrce of great misery to me. Acting on the advice of a friend I commenced with Bile Beans, and the medicine put me right almost immediately. By continu ing with Bile Beans I improved so much and put on flesh, that my doctor and his wife both remarked on my altered appearance. I used - to walk about my room holding my head with the aching and throbbing, but now I can go about cheerfully and find a pleasure in my household duties. I take a dose of Bile Be...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Courage. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

[?] 'It is not but the tempest that doth show . .. -' -The ' seaman's cunning ; but the field that tries . The captain's courage ; and we come to know. Best what men are, in their worst jeopardies.' .' . — Daniel. * * » 'If thou canst plan a noble deed, And never flag till it succeed, Though in the strife thy heart shall bleed, Whatever obstacles control, Thine hour will come — goon, true soul! Thou'lt win the prize thou'lt reach the goal.' — C. Mackay. 'The heroic example of other days is in great part the source of the courage of each generation; and men walk up composedly to the most perilous enter prises, beckoned onwards by the shades of the brave that were.' — Helps. * * * ''That which we are, we are, One equal temper of heroic hearts, Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will To strive, to seek, to fiud, and not to 'yield.' — Tennyson.

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Companionship. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

ceipniMship. 'Keep good company, and you shall be of the number.' — Georbe Herbert. . * ? . * * 'For my own part, 1 shall be glad to learn of noble men.' — Shakespeare. * * * 'Examples preach to th' eye — care, then, mine .says, Not how you end, but how you spend your days.' , — Henry Martin. * * * 'He that means to be a good limner will be sure to draw after the most ex cellent copies, aud guide every stroke of his pencil by the better pattern that lays before him ; so he that desires that the table of his life may be fair will be careful to propose the best examples, and will. never be content till he equals or excels them.' — Owcu Feltham.

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Home Power. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

Home Power. iu the r ourse of a conversation with Madame Carapan, Napoleon Bonaparte remarked : ' The old systems of in struction seem to be nothing ; what is yet wanting in order that the people should be properly educated ?' ' Mothers,' replied Madame Campan. The reply struck the Emperor. ' Yes !' said he, ' here is a system of education in one word. Be it yonr care, then, to train up mothers who shall know how to educate their chil dren.' * * * The millstreams that turn the clappers of the world arise in solitary places. — Helps. * # * So build we up the being that we are ; Thus deeply drinking in the soul of things, We shall be wise perfore. — Wor-ds worth. * * # Lord ! with what care hast Thou begirt us round ! Parents first season us. Then school masters Deliver us to laws. They send us bound To rules of reason. — Herbert. * * * It is mainly in the home that the heart is opened, the habits aro formed, the intellect is awakened, and character moulded for good or for evil.' From...

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Character. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

Character. Character is moral order seen through the medium of an individual natnre. . Men of character are the conscience of the society to which, they belong. — Emerson.' 5JF ? ? ... ' Unless above himself he can Erect himself, how poor a thing is man ! — Daniel. * * * The prosperity of a -country depends, not on the abundance of its revenues, nor on the strength of its fortifications, nor on the beauty of its public build ings ; but it consists in the number of its cultivated citizens, in its men of education, enlightenment, and charac ter ; here are to be found its true interest, its chief strength, its real power. — Martin Luther. * * * Men of genuine excellence iu every station of life — men of industry, of integrity, of high principle, of sterling honesty of purpose — command the spontaneous homage of mankind. — Smiles.

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

FREE! — A simple herbal cure for Rheu matism or Kidney Trouble will be sent free to anyone on receipt of a stamped !addreased envelope — NURSE HARRIS. 219 ELIZA BETH STREET, SYDNEY. B0TI0S MRS. r7b. TAIT Begs to announce she has open ed AN UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE, CORNER OP PAMBULA AND WILLIAM STREETS, CANDELO, in premises known as the late GUARDIAN OFFICE. AFTERNOON TEA AND MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ALL CORRESPONDENCE STRICTLY ATTENDED TO. J. H0LZHAUSER, H0RSE=SH0EING A SPECIALTY. Ef§§T Workmanship left to the Public's Own Judgment. OUR GOOD VALUE TEAS. ? =33^^ ~T PURE and WHOLESOME and OE STANDARD VALUE T~' an(I packed in tins lib, 51b, 101b, and 201b weight, which. when opened is fresh and full flavoured. ?'IF5 If you are in the habit of sending to Sydney for your 6 I) Tea, we would ask to be given a trial order, as we are always e]^|lp- prepared to supply best value in Teas, as well as Sugar, MK which we are expected to at all times supply, regardless of \j profit. \f t Our Teas, if...

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Inter-District. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

Inter-District. From Gur Exchanges. South Wolumla Factory is making HHsix tons of butter per week. # # # The survey of the Cooma-Bombala Railway is finished at last. * * -* The Bega District School has farmed a debating club. * * * There are 48 paid-up members to the Bega Parents aud Citizen's Association. The Association shows a credit of £11 14s 8d. * * # Mr- F. G. Flower, formerly of Bem boka, was amongst the prizewinners in the Jersey and horse sections at the Bungalow Snow. * * * The Rev. W. Parkes, acting rector at Gundagai, has been appointed to the Pambula parish as locum tenens for 12 mouths. * , # * Constable Keogb, of Pambula, has been removed to Nimitybelle, and Constable Dunn, of the latter place, comes to Pambula. # # * The gate takings at the Bombala Show were about £4 better than last ^ year, and would have been better still but for the unsettled state of the weather. * * # Mumbulla Shire Couucil has directed its Engineer to superintend aud super vise more carefully ...

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