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

, cnrrcHt sentiment. ? V [Contributed from Tathra]. Toce Jeader on pugilism of the 16th inst. marches 'in the front ranks of onr civilization, and, maintaining such a standard of ethics, should soon become a general in the army of the world. Your departure from vanity fair in publishing divine disconrseis commend ed as a move in the right direction ? hence, with God's armour on, your type will move mountains. As ex pressed by an appreciative brother, 'The recording angel has made coven ants with you to steer your readers along the steep and thorny road to heaven, since the general run of our school-masters, dally too much in the primrose path, there being no system of religious instruction in our State schools, a most lamentable fact that leaves the trend of developing senti ment, to emotional sensation, a la Johnson-Jeffries degeneration. Unusually cold here lately, and some times imagination defines icebergs on the horizon ; in any case, we saw a persistent whale chase the other d...

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

H KM HI HP ? EH H $ Ei??§ W ^ S^i Hi EH |f -OF— ? U | At the ' Big Store.' 1 HI SECTION I.— Starting on Wednes., July 20. For 7 days only. Hj eg BIG BARGAINS in Manchester Goods, Ladies Costumes, IS U Jackets, Furs, and Remnants. m H SECTION II.— Starti.ig on Wednes., July 27. For 7 days only. §| m BIG BARGAINS in Men's and Boys' Mercery, Clothing p H and Hats. H §§ SECTION III.— Starting Wednes , August 3. For 7 days only. f| H BIG BARGAINS in the Dress Goods, Fancy and Mil* la1 linery Departments. || f [£§§*' Goods at Sale Prices only for the 7 days allotted to each Section. ||| This is necessary to enable us to successfully handle our Extensive Stock. nga ? Price Lists Published Weekly in all Local Newspapers. |1 8' ***^£meral Merchants o^^^^z^ B [Always the Same]. ;'We lead, others follow— a long way after.' Have retained the confidence of the Candelo public for several fears past. ? Their first customers are still their customers — a fact -which speaks for their ability and gen...

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

EDEN. At the skating rink on Saturday right the final of the half-mile handicap was run off and resulted in a win for S. D. Petrie, the prize was a gold medal. The rink is being conducted iu a splen did manuer by the promoter, Mr. Leo. M. Sbeehy, and judging by the large attendance every evening it is a good speculation. On Saturday night at the polling of the local Labor League for the selection of candidates, the voting was as follows. Messrs. D. D'Arcy 8, F. Riley 8, Lloyd 6, Webster 4.|Ryau 1, McTernan 1, Bridgment 0. A great crowd made the trip per G. Davidson's motor launch across the bay on Sunday, to view the four whales re cently captured. Those who had never been there before seemed 'very thank ful when the whistle blew to make the return trip. The smell of the whale takes a long time to get use to. Good fall of rain here since Monday and the sea has been very rough. Dur ing the heavy sea and wind on Tuesday, ?night the dredge 'Neptune' which was at anchor in the bay, drag...

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Inter-District. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

[?] [From our Correspondents]. B0MBALA. ? o ? Last Saturday, the 16th inst., a foot ball match took place, between the Waratahs and Cathcart juniors on the local oval. The game resulted in a win for the latter by six to nil. Bombala and Bibbeuluke footballers meet at Bibbenluke on Saturday, 23rd inst., this will be the fifth match for the competition cup. So far the local team is leading in points. The boys are al] excitement and mean to put up a big fight to secure the cup. During the same afternoon Nimity belle team will visit Delegate to com pete for the cup. The Nimitybelle boys will return to Bombala the same after noon aud willjbe entertained at a social held in the School of Arts. The minstrels have been very ener getically practising for the concert to morrow night, aud they are looking forward to a bumper house. The members of the Liberal and Re form Association, held a meeting last evening (Tuesday). The minutes of the last meeting were rehearsed a-jJ it was decided to uni...

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

RAINFALL The whole of the South Coast bene fitted by the recent rains. Caudelo was not so favored as some centres, still we are thankful. The following returns have been received : Pts. Candelo ... ... 119 'Bega ? 205 Bateman's Bay... ... 141 Moruya ... ... 120 - Bodalla ? ....,.,„.-..-..... 250L. Cooma ' ... ... 44 Pambula ? 172 Cobargo - . _..?..-?-,» ... .224 Bombala ? 80 Delegate ... ' ... 30 Tathra ... ... 155 Burragate ... ... 71 . Wyndam ... ...' 109 Towamba ... ... 50 Toothdale ... ... 139 Nimitybelle ... ... 145 Braidwood ... ... 209 Bemboka ? 128 Tanja ... ... 275 Candelo's fall for the month was 121 points.

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

ifflWAY SlASio ? 0 ? Yet again the world has been shocked by a fearful railway catastrophe. On Monday morning the traiu from El sternwick, (Vi''.}, rushing out of a thick fog, dashed into another just moving from the Richmond station. Niue passengers killed and 400 injured was the price paid as this last 'toll o2 the line.' The main facts are familiar to our readers. Following are a few harrowing details: — At the end of the Brighton train was a' sight which caused even strong men to faint, and the doctors and nurses who arrived later to shudder with horror. In the guard's van nine people were, alive prior to the accident. At least four of them were killed out right. INDISCRIBABLE TORMENTS. Others escaped with fearful injuries. Brains and blood were scattered on all sides, splashing the platforms and pour ing through the splintered woodwork on the permanent way. In the com partment next to the guard's van mang led bodies, wedged in with bars, or crushed down to the floor with smashe...

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

-. vlf u u £d|9v§B«a%-Ilv^» Although our columns are open for the ex pression of individual opinions, we do not hold ourselves responsible for the views expressed therein.

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

[?] The Hon, Austin Chapman has presen ted and urged for favorable attention a request from Mr. C. Solomon, Esq., on behalf of Cathcart Progress Associa tion, for the establishment of a direct communication between Cathcart aud Eden. The present Minister for Customs is in favour of the humanitarian Chapman cornsack. ' v The hon. member for Eden-Monaro had presented to the Hon. King O'Malley Minister' for Home Affairs, a resolution passed by Gingera Labor League (Queanbeyan district) asking that the question of the Federal Capital. ^ be referred to the people by a referenv^ dum. Austin Chapman has called attention to the statement made by the Chief Secy., for the N. S. Wales (tbe Hon. W. H. Wood) that Twofold Bay is the proper place for the Federal Port, and his'public promise that if the question is re-opened now it will have his sup port. Eden-Monaro's representative has asked that in view of the State mem ber's statement which reflects the opinion of a very large number of the peo...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Have the Blind a Sixth Sense? The Sense of Distance. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

tinw tits Blind a Sixth The Sense of Distance. It has long been known that some blind persons can move about in places that areentirely strange to them with a remarkable degree of certainty, and without coming into collision with any large object. Half a century ago Spallanzani discovered that bats can steer clear of obstacles in total dark ness. In order to make sure that the sense of sight was not employed, he blinded some bats, and found that they flew about as confidently and safely as before. This experiment proved that warning of the presence of objects is received through some part of the surface of the body other than the eyes. In the case of blind Tpersons, it was thought at one time that this warning was given by sound waves reflected by the objects, but this theory is disproved by a simple experiment. When a blind man's ears are stopped completely the sense of dis tance remains, although it is greatly diminished, ibis shows that the sense of distance is not identical with...

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

[?] IMy IVIV \-M*1*W IWW t--m^t— - »-— ? iUKssus. '\VicWhatn su'd Co. inform ds j -!-:ifc ihe ii«le of .Section 1, .i' *lifJ'' y.pr.rwr- Snip of Winter Stock, has seen extended to July 31st. # * * Damp ferfc are a son ice of many ills. Dry feet may be assured by wearing Murphy nnd Oolli'js' 8s lid boots.* * # ' * Mn. G. F. Veroou, Caudelo's dentist,. Ik Vill visit Wolumla on Monday next, @|-'i5lh inst.. and may be consalted at ' Schafer's Hotel. * * * Messes. J. W. Gray and Co. report the city markets iu a fair condition. Superfine butter reached to 122s. cheese to 6|d, cheddar Is eprss to Is 6d, pota toes to £8 per ton, co--n 2s lOd a bushel, -lucerne to £5 per ton. * * * The annual nomination meeting of the Cande'o A., H., and D. F. Associa tion is advertised to take place next Thursday at 3 p.m. As a departnre from the jreneral role the whole of the present officers vet ire, though eligible for re-election. * * * The second of a series of social even ings tinder the auspices ofi ...

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

[?] ? o ? ' Mistkb, do you lend money here ?' asked an earnest young voice at the office door. The lawyer turned away from his desk, confronted a clear-eyed poorly-dressed lad of twelve years, and studied him keenly for a minute. ' Sometimes we do, on good security,' he said, gravely. The little fellow ex plained that he had a chance, 'to buy out a boy that's crying papers.' He had half the money required, but needed to borrow the other shilling. ' What security can you offer ?' asked the lawyer. The boy's brown hand sought his pocket, and drew out a paper care fully folded in a bit of calico. It was a cheaply printed pledge against the use of intoxicating liquors and tobacco. As respectfully as if it had been the deed to a farm the lawyer examined it, accepted it, and handed over the re quired sum. ' A friend who had watched the transaction with silent amusement laughed as the young borrower departed. ' Tou think I know nothing about him ?' smiled the lawyer. ' I know thai he came ...

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The Shire Council and Roads (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

The Shire Council and Roads ? « ? (To the Editor.) Sir, — It was with some interest I read a report of a recent meetiug' of the Eden Liberal League, at which Mr. W. J. Mooihead was chairman, and deliv ered a lengthy address. Inter alia, he naturally referred to Mr. Woods' at tention to the requirements of the dis trict in regard to wharfs and roads, and he mentioned tout he nad a letter trom Mr. Wood, stating that as soon as ar rangements - O'lld be made with Mr. James TCgan for the resumption of land for road at Rixon's Hill, Rockton, Mr. Wood would get sufficient money to conshuct the road. The speaker further volunteered the information that the reason why the Government would not give a grant for the road was because they did not. want to have too many mountain roads, but that when he represented the matter in a proper way to Mi\ Wood, the result was satis factory. A few things issue from this state ment of Mr. Moorhead. First the Gov- . ernruent is against too many mountain, ro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Man and the Habit. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

Til! Mil ill the HoMt. ? 4 ? There was a man who had a habit. The habit was a pleasant, amusing creature, who, when the man's soul was weary within him, would sing or cheer him with lively chat. It was small, of the figure of a manikin, an inch or two high ; and if the man grew tired of its tricks he would take the little creature in his hand and put it away in a small box, and resume his toil. Now, the life of the man grew more sombre, and he took the manikin oftener from its resting-place and bade it amuse him. And at length so pleas ant was the company of the habit that the man no longer banished it to its casket, but placed it in his bosom. The warmth of the man's bosom fostered the little creature, so that it grew larger ; but still the man did not find it irksome to have the habit in his bosom. But the manikin continued to grow till its height was doubled, and each day- being often exercised to please its master, its strength increased and it be came more daring, coming out no...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

[?] ? _$ ? What the world is in need of is not Victoria Crosses but hearts on which to pin them. — Champness. * * * An hour of plain dealing does more for the salvation of the world than years of, duplicity. - -Wagner. * * # Let us cultivate silence. All that we retrench in noize we gain in power. —Ibid. * * * 'God's greatness flows round our incompleteness. Round our restlessness, His rest.' —Mrs. Browning. * * * Religion is Renunciation. : — Goethe. He who prayeth for another is heard for himself. — Jewish Proverb. * # * Sir, my great concern is not whether God is on our side ; my great concern is to be on God's side, for God is always right. — Lincoln. * # * ' Rise if the Past detains you, Her sunshine and storms forget ; No chains so nu worthy to hold you As those of a vain regret.' — Adelaide Proctor. * * * A pleasant and cheerful mind some times grows upon anj old and worn out body, like mistletoe upon a dead tree. # # * Those who reprove us kindly are more valuable than frien...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Inter-District. DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 23 July 1910

IF JL. *W^k ? l ? a From our Correspondents. ^y . DELEGATE. The competition football match pfriyed by teams representing: Delegate and Bombala on the latters ground on Saturday last resulted in a win for yombala by 13 points to nil. After tlieir win on the previous Saturday, when they defeated the invincible Bib faenluke team, our boys felt confident of ^jfekVing a better account of themselves, ®but almost at the last moment the team was considerably weakened by the loss through illness of three of their best players. I am glad to be able to roport ihat they are all well again and looking forwai-d to the next match, which will also be a competition match, to be ? played on the local ground on Saturday against Nirnitybelle. I have just re ceived word that Blbbenluke has been defeated in their match to-day with iNimitybelle, so look to your laurels nest Saturday, boys! On Wednesday last Mr. Dickenson, an old resident of Delegate River, narrowly escaped death from poisoning, laving tak...

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

We want your Attention, Advice and Help. ?|6K'E purpose establishing in the columns of The Southern effi Recoed a 'Young People's Corner,' for the benefit of Children in the Schools throughout the Electorate. WE believe there is much undeveloped talent in the possession of our Boys and Girls which by judicious encouragement they could be induced to exercise to their own, and eventually their country's good. 'With your hearty co-operation we believe the Press can be made a most effective means of giving the necessary encourage ment, and hence approach you. OUR PLAN, briefly and roughly outlined, is as follows : — That before the end of July every Principal of a School who is sufficiently interested to become identified with the move ment, forward to this office a list of Twelve Subjects suit able for Children to deal with in an Essay. That a Committee of five, consisting of three teachers, a citizen, and a member of The Recoud staff, select from the said Lists weekly subjects for com...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Candelo School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

Ciiitto Self §1 ©f Arts. ANNUAL .MEETING. On Tuesday night last the annual meeting of members of the above in stitution was held. 'There were in attendance: Messrs G. Porter (chair). J. 'Byrnes, R. W. Fitzell, E. Evans, W. Collins. McDonnell, W. Thomson, F. J. Ryan; L. Lazarus, W. Milliner, E. J. Cornell, I. Lazarus, E. Groves, T. Pike and Secretary E. Allen. COMMITTEE'S RGl'O'HT. After the minutes of the previous aunual meeting were read and adopted the Secretary read the following report : . Ladies. and Gentleman, — Your Com mittee, who have held office during the past 12 months, have striven .during that time to place tho institution on a sounder financial basis, and claim to have done so to some extent. The Committee recognised' that there were some important matters that also ru quired their attention, such as providing more seating accommodation for the hall, stage furniture, etc., but regret their inability: to have these improve ments carried out, through having insufficient...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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The Southern Port. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

The Southern Port. ? ^ ? (To the Editor.) Dear Sir, — I have to congratulate yon on the production of the Southern Re cord, as successor to our old friend the Candelo Guardian. Taste and discrim ination are shown in the general ar rangement, and each.item is attractively and clearly indicated. Tour efforts in producing a newspaper giving local aud general news should lai'gely appeal to the reading public, and I trust will be amply rewarded. From the heading I have given this letter you will see that I mainly write about thes subject of the Southern port. Iu your second issue you dealt 'with this matter in your ' Curreut Topics -; columns. You stand aloof from ad vocacy of any route by which the South ern Port may be opened, and relegate the decision to ' men who know.' No one should object to sink any selfish or personal ends in advocating a route. At the same time if any one or more routes are recognised generally, as likely to serve the largely preponderat ing majority of the popu...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

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

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Modern Social Evils. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

Modern Social Evils. - /— — « — The Dean of Newcastle, who is fast becoming famous for his social and political activity, recently made some striking references to the duty of women to their homes and to the State. In the course of an address the Dean said : 'It is not too much to say that the strength and stability of the nation depends on the home life of the nartion. It is the home life of our country that has made our country great. Not by big battalions, but by her home life, has England won her Imperial power. It is the motherhood of England that has made England what she is to-day. Motherhood is the greatest and most beautiful thiug on God's earth. It saved the world. It gave to the world the world's Redeemer. Yet we have to-day women who deny themselves' the greatest blessing that God has given to ?women — the privilege of holding a little child in her arms- -who deny themselves the greatest gift to man kind — the gift of children. Just as mothei's of England have made the E...

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