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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Wcods' great Peppermenfc Cure, 1/6

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

MOTHER TROUBLED. ' At first my boy was attacked with a bad cold in the chest and throat, which threatened to be a bad case of Diphtheria,' writes Mrs. Burnham, William St., Lut wyche, Q. ' After trying several things without success I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and I must say -I certainly would have lost r-y boy if 1 had not used it, for he wa3 on the verge of diphtheria.' Sold by all dealers ia medicine, ?

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

EECOMMENDED WITH CONFIDENCE 'I hid a bad cold, hoarsenass. sore throat and wag very dry on the chest but after taking- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I wag greatly relieved,' writes Mr, Martin Don ohue, care of Messrs A, Wegener & Son, Woplloongabba, Sth. Brisbane R. 'After taking a dose great quantities of phlegm are discharged which gives great relief. After my experience I can recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with con fidence.' Sold by all dealers in medicines.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local & General [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

Local & General Remarkably mild weather — for June Drought in the west is beginning to pinch — people are beginning to pray. .Willie White, eldest s'ouipf Mr. W. H., lias been. on crutches during the week. In a very snnplo, manner he gave his aukle a m&ty sprain on Saturday night. ' Pa. what is a tip ? '~- ' A tip, my son, is a small sum of money which you give a man because you re afraid he won't like not being paid for something you. didn't ask him to do. ' A few days ago, Mrs. J. Dillon's little dot, Mary, received painful burns on the arms, through failing into the fire. Luckily she was rescued before being seriously injured, and is now practically over the experience. The Rising Star, G.U.O.O.F., iu Candelo, is making s.irae headway by the addition of a number of young ladies to its roll of membership. There is uo reason why Oddfellowship should not be more popular than it is among the young women of this com mnnity. We direct the attention of our readers to the...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

ALMOST BLIND. SPOTS BEFORE THE EYES CAUSED BY LIVER DISORDERS. 'Without Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills I don't know what would become of me.' Writes Mr. Tom Holt, of 55 Stanley St., Sydney, N.S.W. 'For a number of years J thave suffered with a sluggish Liver, which produced constipation to such an extent that sometimes I have gone for days without a movement of the bowels. Spots ap peared floating be m'^ '--- ;'c7 w' ''$F/ fore my eyes, and 'ilr. Ton Holt. } almost went From a photo. blind, and got SO bad that I went to the Hospital as an outdoor patient. They treated me for ffiv eyes, but with no result— in fact I' became worse. Someone tr.kl me that my blindness was due to liver trouble, and recommended Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills, which I began usiii'; with the most gratifying results. Iii a short time my sight was as cood as ever, and the spots which liad'becn floating in the air were gone, to my great relief. I was in such a condition that work was impossible, because I was sl...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

[?] A man droppel .Imi.l while barrack-' ingiita football match iu Sydney on Saturday. We notice W. Ft. Johnson down on tho wing among the Paikes ' Walla bies. ' Pnmbnla has taken a glove for a tilt lit' the Rodd ami Cheg Cup in Bega on Monday, 24th inst. (public holiday). Caudolo's' old-time wing forward, Jaak Scully, was among the country team against Sydney on Monday. „ The yarn' that Bibbenluke would combine with Cathcart to defend their bit of plate, was evidently only a yarn. News reaches us that the Bib. boys have n pure silver ornament of their very own. Any local enthusiast is cordially invited to make a name for himself by fitting the ' Caudelo Juuiors out with a 'bit of a cup' -of their very own. Junior football is just as im portantaud can be just aa interesting as the senior grade, iyid there is no dom t us to the local lads' capacity to hold/a Cup if somebody.'s game to give them one. Bega Gymus went to Eden on the King's Birrhday and walloped the locals by 13 to nil. ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Happy, though Married. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

? rfV ? ^ he Queen of Roumauia, whose pen name is Carmen bylva, believes that the happiness of every young wife is contained in the following code of rules: — Never begin a quarrel. Never forget that you are the wife of a man and not of a god. Do not worry over his weaknesses. Do not be always asking your hus band for money. ._ If you know your husband lias a big heart, don't forget that he also has a stomach. Look after tha.t well. From time to time, but not too often, allow your husband to have the last word. Read all the newspapers, not the mere sensational bits. Your husband will willingly discuss politics with you, aud the happenings of the day. Do not be vexing when he's 'down in the dumps.' Pay him a compliment now and again. He likes it. , Don't tiy to make him believe that Von don't make any mistakes. Be a comrade to your husband, and his friend and adviser if. he needs one. Above all, remember that he loved his mother before he loved you.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
School of Arts Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

S€hOOl Of MS MIML ? *. »\i''U'' hunl result -f the bazaar to re duce the debt on the Candelo School of Arts, a pielimiuary reporl of which appeared in onr last, turn, d out most urrsitifviiiar to all concerned. The at tendance on Friday night was much larger than on the opening night, and the proceedings wore animated. The winning numbers for the two Novelty special prizes were anuouueed and the holders fonnd to be Mrs. A. G. Moodie \ Bemboka) and Mrs. W. Hef feniiin (Buekejo). Thes*e prizes were a handsome. E. P. butter-dish and E.P. breakfast cruet respectively, and were awarded in addition to the ordinary prize to which each ticket-holder was entitled. Mr. Byrnes, per medium of his novelty table enterprise, reaped a profit, of £14. A ladies' nail-driving competition on Friday night was won by Miss Jessie Day. There being a considerable number of articles still in stock at the close of the secoud night's proceedings, the management wisely decided t(- open the bazaar again on -b.it...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
This—Our Wonderland. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

[?] 'rA, Him, aic no ffiiric-5 in Australia,' say i'io Know-alls: '' no fairy-tales aud no rcniar.ee.' No fairies? No fairy-tales? Why, every day iu this wonderful old-new coantry of ours is a fairy tale. Every, day,,, if' we will only look, life opens its picture-book of roWance for us, and we are occa sionally shown at ouv numerous Ex hibitions the big fiolonred frontispiece of Australia's wonder-tale. If you are one of those who doubt tho exis tence of romance in the.uew land, just go lound with open, seeing eyes. Look into that corner labelled Agri cultural Schools. There you will see rows and rows of bottles containing plaiu brown earth of varying hues. Nothing very romantic iu that ? Per haps not. But look round at the boxes of ruddy apples, the piles of luscious pears, the bank of melons and squashes of every gorgeous shade of greeu and gold aud orange; look at the sheeves of corn aud wheat, at the great piles of vegetables, and ask yourself if there is nothing wonderful iu t...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Candelo Commons Trust [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

[?] ^'iie regular monthly meeting of the above was held ou Monday night. There were present, Trustees J. Dillon, C. Johnson, L. Holzhauser, and Secre tary C. A. Green. Mr. J. Dillon was voted to the Chair.^ The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Au application for permission to poison rabbits on the Common was received from H. G. Hammond. Trustee Johnson proposed that the motion carried at the previous meeting grafting Messrs Holzhauser and Roberts the sole right to poison on the Common be rescinded, and that the Trustees grant them the pick of the paddocks. The motion was not seconded. On the motion of Trustees Johnson and Kolzhauser it was decided that Mr. Hammond's application stand over for one week, and the Secretary was instructed to interwiew Messrs Holzhauser and Roberts as to whether | they are willing to hand over the right t to poison in any of the paddocks to Mr. Hammond, it was further de cided that a special meeting be held on Monday night next to...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

The Modern Wat. — 'Will you allow me to ask you a question ?' interrupt, ed a man in the audience. 'Certainly, sir,' said the lecturer. 'You have given uu a lot of figures about immigration, increase of wealth, the growth of trusts and all that,' said the man. 'Let's see what you kuow about figures yourself. How do yon find t he greatest common divisor ?' Slowly and deliberately the orator took a glass of water. Then he pointed his finger right at the questioner. Lightning flashed from his eyes and he replied in a voice that made the gas jets quiver: 'Advertise for it, yon ignoramus! ' ' ?? The audience cheered and yelled, and stamped, and the wretched man who asked tiie question crawled out of the hall a wreck. ?

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

1 ^f^E have just opened a fine range of MEN'S, YOUTHS', OW aild BOYS' CLOTHING, suitable for the Cold j 61% Weather which is now in front of us. - - ? ? Imww«s nvirernATS made of Heavy Marrickville and English Tweeds— lined and nnlined. We are also | S^ a niceToTof CHESTERFIELD COATS of the same materials, all of which are marked at GOOD I VALUE PRICES. i MEN'S WINTER TWEED SUITS, from 3 to 7— in Dark Heavy Tweeds— lined and half-lined coats— side and cross pockets-22/6, 27/6, 35/ I . MEN'S BLACK AND NATY WORSTED SUITS— at 3O/-, 35/-, 37/6, 4O/-, 45/ I MEN'S TROUSERS-in heavy dark Tweeds-4/11, 5/6, 6/11, 7/6, 8/6 op to 15/6. ?? MEN'S FANCY WOOLLEN WINTER VESTS-1 1/6, 13/6 . ? ? WE keep a large stock of YOUTHS' and BOYS' CLOTHING in ATTRACTIVE PATTERNS in Winter Tweeds aud a full range in sizes. . B' « 4- « 4- «* Hi' -a -n- e« -ail rfl ° ur Suits to ^easure are n0 w wel1 kn0 wn f or UlGS uO JLvJL^I&bSIII '''Neatness of Fit and Money Value. ~WW® Can't 'too SiMTpassed. A £%WM$T...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PURPLE PATCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

PURPLE- PATCHES [FROM CUR HUNT LfTER.VTUKE ] When you get'to thinkiutj lliai you ?just idii1t live without borne luMiry — ijuil woi rying. it ycu die you won't need it, ;ii)(lyil' you get it yon^ won't die— so its jjonnri *o come Out '0 K. To troat men as it they were better than'thfy'are'is the surestavay to make them better. Tbe test is this: Which do you love best, Victory or Truth. We need each other — and by giving much, we will receive much. 'Thou shalt be sened thyselt by every sense ot service that thou renderest.' Only as we ascend spiritually shall we kill out the ape-and-tiger parfc of us. No man may stand alone and stand well in the sight of God and his fellowmen. ' He who lives iu soli tude is cither a wild beast or a god. ' We want the fertilising force, of friendship to develop what is best in us. The^ following 'Creed of the Toiler' is clipped from the Farm Journal: — For this day I will do my best to do everything just right; to be good and kind to every living thin...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

xxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxx i MiSSN.Msik.iHi I ^ WISHES the musical public to ^ ^ VV know that she is prepared „ X to teach music (Piano or Violin) ?£ ^- At Moderate Charges. ir X -.a ? -^r X will intending pupils please com- ~ -X- municate with the above at the ft ? X Royal Hotel, Candelo. -X- -? x x r xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Tho'ue Xo, 4 Surgery. No. 47 Residence Mr. MeKern, Mr. Dingle. Dental Surgeons, ''? JLvcklcuicl Street Begcv ._ MR. DTNGLE will visit CANDELO on 'Wednesday, March 1. Ma-.ch S. and oanh alternate 'Wednesday thereafter ___. ^nd may be consulted at Miller's' Royal ftffc»i 8. B. BMSH, B.D.S. (University of Sydney.) AND . HI. Ifl/4a-jBiftLL, ids. (University of Sydney). —LATE ORMISTON & BUSH DENTISTS, Beg-a. Mr. '\V. H. Marshall, B.D.S., will visit the undermentioned places on the following dates: — Oobargo— 'Wad. June otli to Sat. Jnne 8th. Central Tii.ba— Hon. June 10th to Wed. June 12th. Bebmagui— Thurs. June 13 to Safc. June 15. Wolumla— (Schafer's; Mon. June 1...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

A PAPER FOR THE_PKQPLE j To Our Readers.— 'Wo would ask you | to help us in the compilation or a i thoroughly representative newspaper by forwarding at your earliest con venience information that will be i of public interest. Send accounts of ! | public and social events in your j neighborhood, such as weddings, or j deaths, accident:1, matters touching 1 the industries, concerts, &c. In this ] way you will do much toward adver- : rising your particular part of the ; electorate. : Should you ' fail to secure your ; copy of the ' Eccord ' regularly, a ; complaint made to us will result j in prompt investigation of the matter Our numerous regular correspon dents- are ? requested to forward all : matter to- reach us before the day of ; - publication. The editor specially j desires that correspondents will i take an interest in having their ? locality mentioned in Ihe--' Record's ' : weekly budget of news. |, = AnVFRTISFRS* IXTFRFSTS ' ' ! nU I \A\ llOlillu I j IMlLulO i j To Ad...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

leCllOiKJOTICI, WM. KIXON begs to notify the general public that in future he will conduct hiR usual weekly sale \t Can delo on EVERY THURSDAY, at Manns' Yards, in lien of Mondays. 2-5-12.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

School of Arts, Gandelo. SATURDAYJUNE # WurrPii Fi^iiili sNTER ei 9flfl a caa a ?Baiaiii§§ tainers KING OF^VLL B^fl'LTRE SHOWS /ud J^nisoii'V: latu-fc 1912 fislytBKL ICIXiilASCOPE Making abs^Tutel yyth e best show travelling the Sfcatftjr 10,0$) feet of gems in ani mated art, inchi'jpug our Star Pictures: — The lag-hfc in the Window (An intensely dramatic Drama) The Lonsdale Operator (An A,B. Masterpiece) The Man to Beat Jaek; Johnson (A Comic Picture of the First Order) — ALSO— 'Tiro HiglaudLads.' 'Serving the Writ,' '?The Outbreak,' :; ' Foolshead fCiag of Robbers,' and a great number of other Dramatic, Comic, Scenic, and Educational Pictures. Doors Open 7. 30 - - Performance at 8 sharo. AUCTIONS. CANDELO. CA2STDELO. 5 SPRINGERS, ' 'I 10 Store COWS, ' j 15 Head PODDIES, 20 Head Mixed CATTLE. - On Satiuvlay, Still Jtme. .-:?./ At 1.30. At the Sale Yards, Caudelo. j ? BRO\ViST, SITAltPE & BLACKEE : Have received instructions to sell by Public Auction as above : .?? Fop Priva...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

1 — ? — PP?!/* FAMOUS* WIMmM , . BIBSJ V GROCERY- Wplisi ; ?\RQ^l t/QftESTflBLISriED (W^W^h '? - All aboard the through train! It lias never been known to . go over — but Invariably under all competitors' prices. If you're coming to Sydney set aboard this train, which takes all the short cuts to Economy Israel's Famous Grocery Prices If you cannot come yourself get our big Money-saving Cata logue, and pop your order In ? the Mail Van. We guarantee Satisfaction. I Here are some Under-tunnelled Prices for Pure Poods and Every-day Wants that will make freight for every Place in the State— and for you. % - I HERRINGS— tin doz. 1 Fresh, New Season's, 5d. 4/9 £ In Tomato Sauce, best | brands - - GlAA. 6/3 I Kippered - - 7d. 6/6 g OYSTERS— Kensett's 6d. 5/6 I SALMON--Scroll Brand 1/- 11/9 ?S Unicorn Brand, lib tins lOJ^d. 10/3 | LING HSH-6Hd. per lb. ; I by the fish - - 6d. . S SARDINES— 'i New Season's, l/lb. tin 4d. 3/9 8i - Superior, ^Ib. tin - 5Md. S/3 I BLOATER PASTE £ Morton's, 3oz. ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

Childhood's Mishaps. GRAZED KNEE DEVELOPED BLOOD-POISONING. ZAM-BUK TRIUMPHS AGAIN. Mrs. Ellen Stoker, of 26 Rapev St., Newtown, Sydney says : — ' About three years ago my son, Leonard, fell and badly grazed his knee. Dirt got into the wound and caused blood poisoning; inflammation set in and his leg was swelling to a great size. The pain was very bad, be could not ob tain any sleep, and would be crying almost all niglit. Walking was an impossibility, as be was unable to bend his knee owing to the excessive pain and stiffness. I was very much alarmed with his condition, and al though I tried a great many remedies not one of them gave the least benefit. After hearing of some cures by Zam-Buk, I obtained a supply and applied it to the wound. Zam-Buk pioved very soothing and cooling, and the first two or three applications took away most of the pain Soon the inflammation was reduced, swell ing went down and the sanpleuess re turned. As Zam-Buk was coutinned with all bad matter was draw...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Terrors of Bronchitis. COMPLETELY BANISHED BY PEPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 June 1912

The Terrors of Bronchitis. COMPLETELY BANISHED BY PEPS. How many people are there — not all of them old people — tied to their homes and afraid to take a breath of fresh' air outside lest the. clinging dampness of the atmosphere, or tho penetrating cold bring along another attack (f their old euemy, bronchitis. It is the ever present fe.«r of suffocat ion as well as the rackiug cough and breathing difficulty ur advanced stage of bronchitis. Maybe with every change in the weather the cough gets worsu, and the night is spent in sleep less tossing, until the debility caused by these symptoms brings the fear that the sufferer is never going to get any better. By the ingenuity of man, a splen did breatheable remedy capable of reaching the very seat of bronchitis has been discovered. Thesa silver wrapped Peps tablets, as they dissolve on the .tongue, give off certain medic inal fiirues that descend with the breath iuto the bronchial tubes aud luugs. All the chest is practically bathed in ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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