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The Essentials of Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

The Essentials of Business. ? Business consists of two essen tial elements— there must be a Seller and also a Buyer — each has an interest in the obher. It should be the aim of the seller to study the buyer in every possible manner; lie sliouicl only sell the buyer such, goods as he knows will give satisfac= tion and . be most suitable for his purpose. A satisfied cus tomer is the best advertisement possible, and therefore it has always been our aim to sell goods of the highest standard of merit, and to study our custom ers in every way, and the in crease in business with which we have been favoured from year to year is conclusive evi dence that our method of busi ness is endorsed and approved by our many thousands of customers ; in fact, between our customers and ourselves there is a bond of cordiality which is very gratifying to us, and our efforts shall be directed still further to developing the kindly feelings existing between our customers and ourselves. We are sole agents for...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

^ 'j -jg 1 j^' P ^jjjj jj^' j' ^Pjjjj j! Ii MR. JACK BLACKMORE, the Great Athlete and | j| Pugilist, owes his great !Poweir and Stamina to the^usei of ^ ^ ^ The Great Nerve and Blood Remedy. || NO . ALL I ATHLETE BUSINESS | SHOULD IBfjj, -p. m MEN j I BE m$Ti ifc SHOULD | I WITHOUT Ip, ljNr*^ m USE j I IT. a f it. | I ' AV S'm7j BLACKMORE. j 1 . ih I — ~ 8 p Every man desirous of being strong and robust should read this } ^ | letter, which was written from the historic Stadium, where Burns j g} 1 and Johnson met, and sworn before Mr. F. W. Fowler, J.P. Mr. . | Blackmore is positive he owes his great strength and health to the j ?/! | nerve and blood-strengthening properties of Clements Tonic. M 1 '3 | CLEMENTS TONIC, LTD. The Stadium, 24/9/09. § | My opinion of 'Clements Tonic' aa an invigorator for tho nerves, fl | for creating appetite and vital strength, is that it is unequalled. I ! ?I'i | speak from experience, for I have almost an unbeaten record, and several j §5 | times whil...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

TELEGRAMS. ? ♦ ? Sydney, Friday. Eggs 14d to 17d ; Butter, 7tis to 86s ; cheese, 7d : Hens, 2s 6d to 3s 3d ; Roosters 2s to 4s 6d. Sydney manufacturers state that 10,000 female machinists are required at the present time in factories in Syd ney. Employers are preparing statis tics to prove to the government the necessity for a vigorous immigration policy. The late Mrs. Hannah Neale left charitable bequests totalling nearly £50,000. The . Sydney Labour Council has decided not to admit representatives of the press to its meeting unless they ar8 members of the Writers and Artist's Union. The annual conference of the Aus tralian Natives Association opened at Warrambool yesterday. A motion in favor of 'urging the electors to vote 'Yes' at the referenda was defeated by an overwhelming majority. The deci sion created consternation among the unificationists. A glaring case of abase of the fur lough privilege of the Commonwealth public service has just come under the official notice of the a...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

News and Notes. | 'ilAKKTAGF.s will increase when vromeu | nake more of home.'-^-Dr. Madisou C. I'eters. jj * * * A marriage epidemic has assailed the jighting Ridge fields. The other day SJttq nr,i uOoo r-omn fhrnncrll thfi flood to |)e married at a hotel atWalget, the lev. Armstrong officiating. The jrides' trousseaux arrived in buckets. * * * Isimitybellk is reported to be over ively at this time. Humour hath it :hat even the guardians of the peace Jon't always agree. L)i- Wilbur (Jhai'.mas ana uuaries m. Alexander who conducted the great re ligious revival in the cepitals of Aus tralia last year, will return next year. % * # We understand that tho postponed debate in connection with tho Candelo Gordon Club will take place on Monday lli°ht * It is constantly refuted that the class legislation of Australian Governments is driving capital from the country. Whether it is or not is -to be proved. In the meantime the sunshine Harvester Co. has decided to build a factory, to cover 15 a...

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Bemboka Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

Bnkiki Show. The Bemboka Annual Show was held on Wednesday and Thursday under beautiful weather conditions aud was a rattling success. On the first day near about 500 people were in attendance. The ground presented a very lively picture at all times, there being no less than 7 side shows. The publican's booth was in the hands of Mr. A. Y. Mudie; Mrs. S. Wilton had charge of the luncheon ; and a fruit stall was held by Mr. J. Worland. There were good entries, and the officials are to be con gratulated on the general arrangements. The ring programme was attractive, And among the competitors were Mr. Charlie Collins' fine ponies, Great Scot and Silver, which added some more to his already long list of ribbons. Mr. J. T. Collins secured the prize for Jersey bull under 1 year! Messrs E. H. aud A. A. Alcock figured well as prize takers in the animal sections Among the vegetables, Mr. AT J. God frey was again successful with parsnips and carrots, and also secured the prize for dessert appl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLEGRAMS. Loudon, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday. Serious rioting has occurred at the Cambrian Combine Colliery in Wales. Strikers, including women, rolled great boulders into the mine. Tho police charged the mob with their batons, but were repulsed by a volley of stones Many persons were injured. Finally the mob was dislodged. The Mexican insurgents offer the captured festival troups the alternative of joining the insurgent ranks or being shot.

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 — 25 March 1911

A CENTRAL OTAGO TRAVELLER 'For the last twenty years I have been travelling the Central Otago Gold Fields.' Writes Mr. George Mitchell, who represents Messrs. MacKerrs & Hazlett of Dunedin, N. Z„ 'Invariably every year I have been seized with an attack of what is always known here as the 'Gold Fields' Colic.' I have always used Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrahoea Remedy, and after one or two doses the trouble has disappear ed. I recommend it most strou -!y to those who suffe;- from this complaint.'

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Humours Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

Huimrras items. ? o ? A clergymau once said to a prospec tive bride, 'It's a serious thing to get married,' and the girl i-eplied, 'Yes, but it's more serious not to get mar ried.' # # * 'I would sooner vote for the devil than give you my vote, said an elector to a caudidate. 'Well, if your candi date doesn't come to the poll, will you vote for me ?' was the reply. * * # A lady was puzzled over the woid 'ditto' in an account, and her husband went to the shop for an explanation. 'It means that I'm a fool and you're ditto,' he said to his wife on his re turn. * * # 'I am going to get married,' he said as he placed a hand as large as a Dutch cheese upon the counter, 'and I want a wedding cake.' 'It is customary nowadays, said the pretty confection er's assistant, 'to have the materials of the cake harmonise with the calling of the bridegroom. For a musician, now, we have an oat-cake ; for a news paper paragrapher, spice-cake ; a gard ener, a seed cake; and so ou. What is your calling, ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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INSULT TO INJURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

INSULT TO INJURY. A chemist awakened about one o'clock in the morning by a boy clamour ing at his shop-door. Opening his bed room window, lie s-aw a small boy, who was gesticulating wildly. 'What's the mailer r' inquired the chemist. 'i want a nenu'otth o' camphorated' chloroform lor V toothache,'' howled the lad. The chemist was not overjoyed when he found how small the order was for which ho had been so rudely awakened from his slumber; but, taking pity on the sulferer, he dressed himself and went downstairs to supply the much-desired relief. While measuring the drug, ho could not help doing a growl at the lad. 'It's like your cheek,' he observed, 'to wake me up at this time of tfie night for a paltry pennyworth of chloroform.' 'Oh, is'itr' said the boy, resentfully. 'Then | I'll' take my custom somewhere else. You can keep your chloroform. I won't have it now, for your inpudence.' Aud he didn't. He went off quite in dignantly, nursing his jaw, to wake up another chemist.

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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

Felerffli c#rre$p®ittnce. ? $ ? The P.M.G. advises the Hon. Austin Chapman as follows : — Regarding the application received from Messrs. R. P. Alexander, S. L. Smith, J. H. Hether ington, and other residents of Genoa, Mallacoota, and Wangrabelle, for an alteration in the time-table of the Eden Genoa mail service, so that the mails may leave Eden on Thursday instead of Saturday. L have to intimate that inquiry has been made, aud it is found that the present timetable is more satisfactory to the requirements of the settlers on the' £few South Wales side of the border, who receive and post the larger portion of the mail matter con veyed over the mail route under notice. It is regretted the request cannot, therefore, be acceded to. The Deputy P.M.G. acknowledges representations made by the Hon. Austin Chapman, re the necessity for increasing the allowances paid for carrying out the duties in connectr4^^^^ with a number of small post office's in ' the district ; also as regards improvin...

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DR. LUGAS' PAWPAW TREATMENT. Illustrating Dissolving Power. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

EiH. LUCAS' PAWPAW TBEATMENT. Illustrating {ts Dissolving Power. When a piece oi metal — or, in fact, any loreign subbtanco — remains embed ded in the tl.esii lor any time, it beconieB surrounded or cased up with hardened lissue, so that it cannot do further damage. A suhslance thus encysted m the iiesh will remain for a liletime, and i-w-wli.. ,U- K'ltli ,.n.- „VI-|. mil. (lb- Liu-Jin' Ointment) is incapable oi being removed except by the surgeon's kuiie. The fer ments ot the i'awpaw Apple have been successiully isolated and concentrated by Dr. Lucas in the iorm of an Oint ment and Pills, and such operations may ntosily be avoided, lheso lerments dissolve lileless Lissue, aud, applied to tne walls oi a cyst, wili dissolve them away and allow tho loreign substance to work out Irom the flesh. Mr. \V. T. KetLeringhani, ol Alice-street, 'Annei- ley,' furnishes an instance of the dis solving power of Dr. Lucas' I'awpaw Ointment. Says he, writing on July 2'Jth, 1D1U: 'While in the act of...

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Some Quotations from Literature. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

§@im t»!iii©i§ from litsraliFi - v 'The man (employee in a business establishment) who thinks ho owna 'his trade,' and threatens to walk out and take other employees and custom with him, is slated to have his dream come true. The Manager gives in — the en larged ego grows, aud some day the manager takes him at his word, and out he goes. For some weeks custom ers may bo embarrased, and trade delayed, but a month or two smooths things out, and he is forgotten absolute ly. The steamship plows right along. Our egotist gets a new job, only to do it all over again if he can. This kind of man seldom learns ; when he gets a job he soon begins to correspond with rival firms for a better one, with intent to take his 'good- will' along.' — Elbert Hubbard, in 'The Philistine.' * * * M. Yves Guyot, in the Contemporary Review, writes : — 'The referendum does so little for the political education of the people of Switzerland that in the Canton of Zurich it is necessary to inflict a fine of 50 cent...

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Round About. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

Reint At9Ht. (From Our Exchanges.) Dr. Marshall, Dr. Ritchie. and Messrs. J. J. Ritchie and J. J. Ormiston motored to Koscuisco in Dr. Marshall's car last Friday, the trip occupying hours. sfe * & Mr. G. H. Garnock, of Monaro, aud Miss Carruthers, daughter of the Rev. J. E. Carruthers, are to be married in at. Sydney this week. 3* & # | Work has been commenced on the Bermagui jetty, which is to be length ened 73 feet and considerably widened, at a cost of about £9,000. * * # The all-absorbing and debatable topic at Pambcla is the nomination of, a Coronation cadet. In all probability Cadet Thomas will be recommended. A case arising out of tbe Pambula pig poisioniug case is to be heard iu Sydney this month. M. Schrick is sueing J. Kelly for malicious prosecu tion, damages being put down at £1000. ^ On Wednesday of last week the whole of the Kiah farms were prac tically under water. Maize crops will be ruined. Pumpkins and corn stalks are strewn on the beaches of Twofol...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mt. Darragh. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

Mt. Darragh. (From Our Correspopdent). TfiE Progress Association met oc Mon day lot 1 1 . The Commonwealth Elec toral officer has refused a polling place for the district, as the electors may vote by post or go to Cathcart to record their vote. One. of the reasons for refusal was that there is a fairly good We wish there were ! Track, and paddocks through which it goes are well uigh impassible, especially in wet weather, as at present. Informa tion was sent to Bega regarding the Labor assistance offered iu erecting a telephone wire. The settlers are pre pared to assist by carrying the erection from here to the Yellow Water Hole. Indignation was felt that the £500 asked of the Govt, towards giving us an outlet would not be given, according to correspondence published in tho papers. Until the meeting knew what the council pi-oposed to do in the mat ter, nothing could be doue. All are unanimously awaiting for information declaring their policy. There has been an addition to tbe male po...

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[?]d. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

liiUili. (From our Correspondent.)? Since Thursday, the 0th inst.f the lightening fksb, boom of thunder, and continual showers of rain, to the gaSge of 5in., has been a sublime wonder £o the sight, awe to the ear^and gratitude1 to human anatomy as a whole ; and this morninsr 15th idem. # # * 'Once moie blue sky and scafie.ed clouds, Bright glimpses of the sun ; All happy smiling dairy crowds, This way begin to run : Sprinting thus in eager flutter, They pile our wharf with cheese and butter; Whilst bulls and cows, with podies lowing, Unite with pigs, to market going. ^ ^ # What wonder then, that we are happy in seeing everything else so, espoci.ally when having just recovered from show epidemic ; besides, since the closing of the post, telograpb, aud store accommodation at 0 p.m., our auditor ium is on the beach with Angelina. * * * Mick Corrigan, son of the Emerald ; Isle, is as true to time with our mail service as a jewelled watch that requires no regulating, hence, since motor t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 25 March 1911

FKiiE ! — A simple herbal cure for Rheu matism or Kidney Trouble will be sent free to anyone on receipt of a ''Limped laddressed envelope— NURSE 219 ELIZA BETH STREET, SY !-? 1\' y. v . NOTICE. MRS. R.G. TAIT QEGS TO ANNOUNCE SHE HAS OPEN D ED AN UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE, CORNER OF PAMBULA AND WILLIAM STREETS, CANDELO, iu premises known as the late GUARDIAN OFFICE. AFTERNOON TEA AMD MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ALL CORRESPONDENCE STRICTLY ATTENDED TO. J. H0LZHAUSER, jj jj 'candelo^ H0RSE=SH0EING A SPECIALTY. Workmanship left to the Public's Own Judgment. PRELIMINERY ANNOUNCEMENT! SHOW ROOM ATTRACTIONS. Hew Autaam and 'Winter Millinery. To arrive the first week in the coming month, all of which will be displayed in our Show Room. i The public know what to expect, and we can assure them that they will not be disappointed. Tfee Ms -re FishieiaMe mi Fiscicnatifig. if Millinery is not FflsliMflMe it is Ntwlere. SMART MILLINERY must necessarily be the creation of an expert and experienced Milline...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 June 1912

COM Iss ti€ IfflCl. STOOPING ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE. BILE BEANS THE WORKER'S FRIEND Mr. Arthur Benney, of 18 Hopkins Stieet, Richmond, Melbourne, says: — 'At oue time I was employed as a shunter on the railway, aud my work necessitated a lot of bending and stooping:'' Somehow I got cold in the back which effected my kidneys. Stooping then became almost impos sible, aud when bending it was awful to get straight up again. This would have to be doue gradually, for the pain was excruciating. Paius in the side like the stab of a knife tortured me, and many times I was ou the point of collapsing. At last my work became so much a torture that I had to give in aud lay up. ' A friend recommended me to take Bile Beans. He said they were a grand remedy for paius in the back and general debility. I purchased a supply aud started on a course. As I cotinued with Bile Beans the back ache ceased, the paius in my side were ended, and my strength [returned. I persevered with Bile Beans until I was free fr...

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AN ACTIVE CLERGYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 June 1912

AN ACTIVE CLERGYMAN. _ Rev. Canon Studds, whoby the bye has taken up land for settlement ou the mountain above Gosford, has been in charge of the Anglican Parish of Juuee for the past 30 years, and gives some interesting particulars of his work there during that long period. In the time stated, lie bad travelled 210,000 miles, preached 4500 sermons, made 20,000 parochial visits, baptised 1400 persons, built six churches aud two rectories, which cost (including laud and interest on debts incurred) about £10,000, and collected for work ing expenses of the parish £20,000. Besides this, there was a large amount of work, which the rector of a parish was always called on to do. He was consulted on all sorts of subjects, and the latest addition to his manifold duties was that of trying to find do mestic servants and laundresses, cap able and willing. All these duties, of course, were quite understood to be gratuitous. Though the work of the parish had been difficult and discour aging, yet ...

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HOUSEWORK AND BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 June 1912

HOUSEWORK AND BEAUTY. Two eminent' physiologists of America have flung a bomb, into cul tured Boston circles by their lectures to women on the subject' of physical beauty, the royal l-oad to which is by way of housework, they declare. They have given minute directions about the use and value of scrubbiusr, sweeping, running up and down stairs, mowing a lawn, and kneading bread, in all of which occupations a woman who aspires to true physical culture should engage. Above all things, women are advised to do domestic work with as little parley as possible. Excess 'o : talk, with its consequent waste of nervous energy, causes neur asthenia ; and these doctors positively demand that American women shonld work tnoie and talk less if they desire to keep physically and mentally fit.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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A UNIQUE PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 June 1912

A UNIQUE PERFORMANCE. An old resident of Tnllong named Shimmon, who has passed the allotted span of throe score and ten, has just completed what is probably, when con sidered in all its aspects, a unique performance for Australia. With his own hands, assisted by hardly any other tools than an axe, saw, and nammor, ne constructed from timoer principally obtained from the local forests a boat, weighing thi'ee tons. From the bush where it was built it was conveyed to the railway iu a wag gon, and despatched to Sydney to be fitted with machinery. It will be of 14 tons burthen, aud is to be used in trade between Sydney and Gosford. When Mr. Shi mmou was preparing to follow the craft of his owu^buildiug, the residents presented him with a purse of sovereigns. There is hardly likely in the whole history of the Commonwealth to have been another craft of such dimensions constructed a hundred miles inland from the waters it was intended for.

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