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The Survival of The Fittest. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

The Survival of The Fittest. The sentiments conveyed in tlie above heading seem liarsli and severe, but when these sentiments are analysed and dis cussed they are capable of a much more liberal construction. It certainly is to the advantage and benefit of all mankind ' that each of us should strive to excel, because, as we benefit ourselves, we certainly at the same time must benefit our fellow men. In whatever sphere of life our lot is cast it is necessary for everyone who is desirous of succeeding to put forward his best efforts, or else he will be left behind ; and it is therefore right and proper — in fact good — ? for the community that j?irnis, well as individuals, should put forward their best efforts to develop the industries of the State. Our business Policy is Fixed and Definite — viz., — 'that everything that we supply shall be of the very best ; whether it be a Steam Engine and Boiler, an oil Engine,, an 'Alfa-Laval' Cream Separator, or an LKGr Milking= machine. Waugh &a...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

I WORLD WOITP SEWING j I 1 RENOWNED W HI 1 MACHINES j j ARE BROUGHT WITHIN REACH OF EVERY PURSE BY J gfgr ANTHONY HORDERNS' J Jgf FAMOUS' LOW FRIGES. jfagjflL , ? There is no better machine than the fight-running 1 WHITE, which combines simplicity, Quality and economy, with faithful construction and elegant finish. The WHITE 's renowned for its easy sewing qualities — it will turn out more and better sewing with less labor than many other I in \ machine— for its fine mechanical adjustment, for its II Incomparable labor-saving devices, ancr for Its modern attachments. Unfinished work may b8 removed and re FUPflMfU placed at will. Write far Illustrated Price List. Posted a Free on request. No. 2,iv— WHITE TREADLE SEWING MA I CHINE (as illustrated), with Vibrating Shut- , tic Movement, Oak or Walnut Woodwork, I Cabinet Front ; Drop Head, with Automatic I.ift; 4 Drawers; Nickel-platcd lHy Wheel, — ---- ------i-— Complete, with the King Steel Set of Packing for the Country, 2s. Gd. Extra...

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

iT^rrn I Norland Nursing I ? ? ? ? 1 P. ^ | Applications by Employers oomo § | by ovory mail* g Borland Trained Horses ; taka charge of Children from two 1 | weeks to 8 yearg. | h Appointments range from £40 to £60 | ® la New Zealand, Tasmania, Queans- | % land, Victoria, ana N.S.W. Also trav- g s elling appointments. Next term ba- | § ginfl February 6. Apply for desoriptiTe | 't pamphlet to the Foundress, | 1 ? ? — SYBIEY ? ? | I Korland Inshtule, j 5 Laoor Forth Street, WOOLLSSIfi. | THE ©ISSiCET 10011! Beoretariea of Country Cricket Cluba, and Orioketers generally requiring Goods for the Crioket Seaaoa, bkj r&qucstod to ooasalt, cither varbaSy er by lotte, VICTOR THUMPER AHD CO., Tbs Export Sports Depot & Mercery, 31? George St., mmmY. 'THE WALTER BENTUEY COLLEGE' ELOCUTION AND DRAMATIC ART. 169 Phillip St., SYDNEY. Under the Patronage of His Excellency Lord Chelmsford. Principal ... Mr. WALTER BENTLEY Associated with ... Mr. DOUGtAS ANCELON Lady Principal ... Mis...

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

Announcement Extraordinary. GIGANTIC ? JfRACTlS. School of Arts, Candelo, SATttMt. IUC1 FOLEY'S (LATE CIRCUS PROPRIETOR) WILD WEST INDIAN, MEXICAN COW HOY Moving Piotos. ALL PICTURES ILLUSTRATED TO THE AUDIENCE WILL APPEAR, SHOWING— The treatment of Indians towards Whites. The Spaniard's plot to murder a Ranch Owner. The Fight between Outlaws and Cowboys. The tender hearted Cowboy, 'who sacrifices his life to save father aud. daughter. The Indian Tracker. Tho mean Gentleman who will paper his own house to save expenss. Uncle pays a visit to his nephew. Vather could not find lodgings. The unlucky Motor Driver. A visit to China. A visit to Holland. The Wedding Bells (Drama), very pathetic. Little Angels of Luck, who pleaa for their Father's Eights, (very pathetic drama.) A grand production of Exciting, Pathetic, with alt the latest Comedy and Laughing Pictures. Pictures to amuse all. Tiie above will appeap at— BEMBOKA, Thursday, 23rd. WOLUMAA, Friday, 24th. CANDELO, Saturday, 25th. PA...

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

-3. EAMLE HEMMANN, Limited, 16 0'Connell Street, SYDNEY. A|S0 ADEfAI£gkoo5BO™NE' Estate Managers, Company Secretaries, Trustees, Attorneys-under-Power, Colliery Proprietors (quotations for prompt delivery, high-class coals). Inventions and sound propositions carefully considered, and, if entertained, handled expertly and desirably. Sound industrial investments available Country Estates for Sub-division and Sale advantageously arranged for. Every matter and interest receive closest attention. B. J. McDOUGALL. Secretary. ™E S€OTS COLLEGE, ''*** fiMjl ROSE BAY, SYDNEY. flv''' Princ1pal: Rev. A. ASH WORTH ASPINALL, B.A, fi Thorough Training by Staff of University IpjOf fll Graduates. Chemistry Laboratory. *r**~' Tl ™j ** J Special class forthose going on the Land )[ U li] B Cf I Physical Culture, Gymnasium, Tennis, &li ill Ij* S | i Cricket, Football, Sea Swimming. Tj^g Ten Acres of Playing Fields. Boys of all denomination! received. Prospectus on Application. | Particulars may ...

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THE PURCHASE OF A MOTOR CAR [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

THE PURCHASE OF A MOTOH There is an absurd idea amongst country people that those motor cars which gain so much favour in the cit.v are quite unsuitable for use in the country. This idea is quite an error, as the ' city man always gets a car for -touring in the country. Now, without any doubt, the most popular in Sydney is the Renault, and it is gaining a greater favour in the country now that ever it had in the city, and throughout the State there are probably more Renaults being sold amongst stock and station agents, doc tors, and others than any other make, and that this car is giving satisfaction is 3xplained by the fact that where they have once been introduced others have always followed. A special fea ture of this make of car is the addition of a special colonial model which has a good ground clearance, and the axles, springs, wheels, and brakes have been specially strengthened.

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

THE PAWPAW APPLE. Was It the Forbidden Fruit of the Garden ot Eden? Its Remarkable Healing Properties. That the Pawpaw Apple is really the forbidden l'ruit of the vJarden ot ill ilea is more than likely. All Biblical evi dence points to X'aradise as having been situated in a tropical, or at least a sub-tropical, climate, where the Paw paw Appio would luxuriate, but where the ordinary apple would not grow at ail. ii is is indeed tho apple which liivo was tempted to taste, one can al most lorgive her the transgression, tor the medicinal properties 01 ihe Pawpaw Apple, as brought into practical ut-« Oy Dr. Lucas, constitute one of tho moot important contnuutions xo meuicai science ol modern days. 'Ihe ferments of tho Pawpaw possess the singular property of dissolving away dead or dis eased tissue, while at the same time leaving livuig ilesh totally unharmed. Dr. T. P. Lucas, who, by the way, is a member of the Royal College of bur geons and a Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicia...

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SUNSHINE—The World's Best Harvester. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 18 March 1911

SUNSHINE— Tll€ WfFiCS IfSl lirWiStfF. At Georgc-strcot 'West, a magnificent branch establishment of Mr. H. V. M 'Kay's Sunshine Harvester Works has been opened. This marks a dis tinct epoch in the progress of New South Wales of one of Australia's greatest industries — ail industry that has contributed in a very large measure to the prosperity of the Common THE SUNSHINE HARVESTER WORKS, SUNSHINE, VICTORIA. wealth. We congratulate Mr. H. V. M'Kay on the expansion of his opera tions, and contribute a word of appre ciation, to the praise already overflow ing, concerning the splendid enterprise that lias built up this immense manu facturing concern to its present great dimensions. Although from his enormous factory at Sunshine, Victoria, Mr. H. V. M'Kay turns out almost every descrip tion of agricultural implement, his name will always be chiefly identified with that of his far-famed Sunshine Harvester, which lias made good its claim 'to be successfully' used wher ever grain ripens on th...

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

TOWAMBA (From our Correspondent.) Monday, the 6th instant, was ushered in with a beautiful clear' athmosphere, which as the day wore on became al most unpleasantly hot. This was the day set upon for the official opening of the new Towamba bridge, and I think it must have come as a specialty, for one could not ask for a better. Just before 12 o'clock the Houorables Austin Chapman and W. H. Wood and visiting party arrived per motor car; and, a few minutes later, another party arriv ed per car, including Dr. Clonstou and Rev. Father Kenny. After a hurried reception, the visiting parties and a large crowd of people adjourned to the bridge. The chairman of the Bridge Committee, Councillor Alexander, be gan the proceedings by briefly explain ing the purpose of the gathering, and left the rest to the Hon. W. H. Wood, who in a short but well-directed speech declared the bridge open, subject to the final inspection being satisfactory, which takes place this week. The motor parties then drove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

THROAT HABITS. A coucfh, a hack in clearing the throas may become habits. They begin with a cold and keep coming ausomatically after the cold has finished. A slight exercise of the will-, and the uee of Ohamberlain's Cough Re medy will soon ri 1 you of this constant an noyance. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a prompt specific action on the throat tr air pas3rges, 'My good woman,' said the clergy man to the sorely tried woman, you eve- try heaping coals of fire '^|§§ your husband's head ?' 'No, yonr riverence, bntOi've thrown a lighted lamp at him once or twice.' HEADACHFS, Like many other human ailments, have been 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. Not infrequently the direct cause of headache is an inaetive liver. If you are troubled much with head aches, then try Chamberlain's tablets, the reliable, tried and true liver medi...

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FATTENING LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

FATTENING LAMBS. Tho finishing off of his lambs for ex port is ono of the most important items in the Australian lamb raiser's year. He must have his lambs 'prime' with out being too heavy, and to ensure this the feed he provides for them must be of the most nutritious kind, and at the same time he must see to it that they ars enabled to make the best use of 'it. If affected by ticks or lice, they will not thrive, but to rid them of these posts is easy; a bath in Quibell's Liquid Dip (non-poisonous) will cleanse them thoroughly without giving them a check in any way — a danger which is always present if tender lambs are dipped in a poisonous preparation. All lambs intended for export should be dipped in Quibell's Liquid when taken from their mothers, and flock masters would be astonished at the improvement made in the ewea them selves if they are given a bath at the same time.

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SYDNEY INVESTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

SYDNEY INVESTMENTS. 1'astoralists, business men, and otnurs in tho country desirous of vary ing their investments by securing most ..JLraUie ami prolitahio Sydney pro ues, should make inquiries into the c.io by auction by Messrs. Kaino and ^iji'ne, at their rooms, S(i i'itt-strect, '.jjuiicy, on lUarch 16. Under instruc ti. .as irom tho Commercial .building and iiiiestment Company, Ltd., they will 6u0:nit valuable lantls and buildings of uie Uayswatcr Estate, Double Bay, in x / lots. Theso comprise: — (1) The lioyal Hotel, Double .bay; (2; a ter race of three houses, 1 renting New iSouth llead-road; (3 to 6) lour build ing sites, fronting Ocean-street; (i to oj. adjoining, 'Bays water Houses,' with extensive irontages; ('?!) 'ivnellerpore,' splendid house at corner ol Ocean and juolt streets; (1U) 'Tressilyan,' lino house and frontage to Holt-street; (11) ? \\ oodbridge,' modern residence, de tached, facing llolt-street; (12) 'Anor- iey' and 'bhireclilfo,' spacious and desirable res...

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Sydney's premier nursing SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

SYDNEY'S PREMIER NURSING - SCHOOL. In Lower Forth-st., out on the healthy heights of Woollahra, amidst pictur esque surroundings, and connected with the city by an excellent tram service, is the Sydney Norland Institute, where educated women are trained in tho art of Norland nursing. This Institute is the onl^ one of its kind in Australia, ana its importance, irom a social view point, was well attested at its inaugur ation, nearly two years ago, when there were present, in addition to her Excel lency Lady Dudley (who performed the opening ceremony), nearly a thousand loading members of society, including prominent members of the medical pro fession. Founded by Mrs. Greig-Smith, the wife of a well-known Sydney medi cal man, this institution has been suc cessful from the commencement, while the high standard acquired by its nur ses is evidenced from tho fact that Lady Dudley, somo time ago, requisitioned alio for attendance on licr daughter (tho Hon. Patricia Ward) during tho resi den...

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WHEN HE STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

WHEN HE STARTED. An elderly man, who had been work ing for a city firm for forty-two years, was called one morning into his master's private office. 'I'm awfully sorry, Mr. Holdcn,' said his employer, 'but we've decided to re duce our staff, so your services will not bo required after next wecic. The old fellow seemed to bo consider ably astonished. 'Surely there's some mistake, sir!' lie exclaimed. 'Why, when I started I was told tlie jolj was regular!'

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THE TOBACCO TYRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

THE TOBACCO TYRANT. When tho tobacco habit grips you so firmly that you would sooner have your pipe than a square meal ; when you begin to realiso that your nicotinepoi soned system protests through an en feebled heart, a disordered liver, and other serious symptoms, including a lessening of tho power of your vital functions ? WllCtl UlUSU i;uuuiuiuii3 mi'''' upon you, it's surely time to drop tho pipe, cigar, and cigarette! But it's mighty hard to drop smoking. Without the help of medical science it is prac tically impossible. llenco tho popu larity of tho specific which is tho sub ject of an advertisement appearing else where on this page. When you read this advertisement, oven if you do not at once write for the cure, by all means get the proprietor to post you his booklet, which makes out a strong case for leaving tobacco severely alone. But for tho smoking habit, tens of thousands of men who aro to-day lan guid and miserable would bo fit and well.

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Prayer of a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

Pr«icr oi i iors®. ? ? o ? To thee, my master, I offer my prayer ; feed me ; give me water to drink ; care for me. When the day's work is done, provide me with shelter, a clean dry bed, and a stall wide enough for me to lie down in comfort. Talk to me ! Your voice often means as much to me as the reins. Pet me; sometimes, that I may serve you the more gladly and learn to love you. Do not jerk the reins, and do not whip me when going up hill. Never strike me, beat or kick me when I do not understand what you mean, but give me a chance to understand you. Watch me, aud if I fail to do your bidding, see if something is not wrong with my harness or my feet. Examine my teeth when Ido not eat. 1 may have an ulcerated tooth, aud that you know, is very painful. Do not tie my head in an unnatural position, or take away my best defence against flies or mosquitoes by cutting off my tail. And, finally, oh, my master, when my useful strength is gonet do not turn mo out to starve or freeze, or sel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

Bega - Cooma Motor Service. *8almaiii gwrtlmps' (jfars* Jjeave Bega on Tuesdays & Fridays and will CALL AT CANDELO. ^ CARS Return from Cooma on Wednesdays and Saturdays. ts' Return Journey must toe notified; at NEAREST BOOKING OFFICE beforehand, SEA=SIDE EXCURSIONS— Special Reductions made according to the number of Passengers in party. SPECIAL TRIPS TO ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. = = = - - - Arrangements and quotes will be made 011 Application r |B For full particulars apply MANNS' HOTEL, nATMT-TCT-n ? m m Queen's Hotel* m' Willian Street9 GANDELO. 3Qim 00LLI2TB, Juar., ... 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. -11 ill 1 ? if _ if You jjpgp§j||^, _ You i ' ^ant Saddle. j Harness. ' I ¥tk 11 ' - GO TO - - F. J. RYANS'. - ? ...

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A FAVOURITE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

A FAVOURITE OFFICE. The New Zealand Insurance Coy. has always been in high favour in this State, and the facts and figures dis closed by the report and balance-sheet for the past year more than ever jus tify the popularity of and confidence +liic! rrrnnf A n st.rnln sinn ill lUj/UOGll 111 ? ? ? ? ? -- stitution. Last year was practically the jubilee year of the Company, and the comparison of the net prenuum revenue is interesting — 1860, £3766; 1910, £605 509. Tho comparison af forded by . the past 15 years shows tho solid growth: — Funds in Proportion to Premiums. Funds. Premiums. IS!)5 ... £267,317 £4-19.551 IBS per ccnt. 1900 ... 3-12,036 4S1.485 Ml 1905 ... 425.991 - B-10.986 150 1909 ... 608.283 755,019 124 1910 ... 605.509 784.107 129 The slight shrinkage in the total pre mium is due to the new policy of closer inspection of marine business. During the past five years, the assets of the Company have increased from £510,841 to £920,683, and the investments have been varied with...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

sparks irai the Aivil. ' I slept and dreamt that life was Beauty ; I woke, aud found that life was Duty.' * * *? ? Duty ! wondrous thought, that workest neither by fond insinuation, flattery, nor by any threat, but merely by holding up thy naked law in the soul, and so extorting for thyself always reverence, if not always obed ience ; before whom all appetites are dumb however secretly they rebel ! — Kant. * * # Even Power itself hath not one-half the might of Gentleness. — Hunt. * * # Temper is nine-tenths of Christianity. — Bishop Wilson. * * * Heaven is a temper, not a place. — Dr. Chalmers. * * # A noble heart doth teach a virtuous scorn — To scorn to owe a duty overlong, To scorn to be for benefits forborne, To scorn to lie, to scorn to do a wrong, To scorn to bear an injury in mind, To scorn a freeborn heart slave- like to bind * * * He that cennot withal keep his mind to himself, cannot practise any con siderable thing whatsoever.' — Carlyle. * * * A man's being in a good or ...

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CURRENT TOPICS. Anti-War. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

CURRENT TOPICS. Anti-War. The suggestion of an Anglo-American arbitration treaty, recently urged by President Taft of the U.S.A., and which has been sympathetically received in Britain, points towards a brighter era that is yet to come, but may be very near, for our own great Empire and all mankind. It would seem that the Englsh-speaking peoples of the world are awakening to the true responsibilities of a dominant power, md will unite in inculcating peace among the nations and abolishing the gruesome tragedy of war as an arbiter of national differences. All peoples would be blessed thereby, and t'lis Great Empire would save itself, from the enormous national waste of building up armaments in order to maintain a militant position above all others, and causing its fibre to writhe nnder the tension of an intolerable burden of taxation, which must surely undermine its constitution and break down its own strength. Arbitration in settling national difficulties is the hope of all who deplo...

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