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AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS ABROAD. FIXTURES AND RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 June 1912

AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS ABROAD. FIXTURES AND RESULTS. May 6 — Notts, Australia beaten by six wickets. ? May 9 — Northamptonshire. Australia won by au innings an GI runs, May 13 — Essex. Australia won by an innings aud 132 runs. May 1G— Surrey. Australia won by seven wickets. May 20 — M.O.C, Australia won by five wickets. May 23 — Oxford University. Australia won by ten wickets. May 27 — South A'rica (first test). Aus tralia won by an innings and 88 runs, May 30 — Warwickshire. Abandoned in the second innings ou account of' rain. Australia had 7 wickets in hand and only wanted 73 to win, June 3 — Middlesex. Abandoned through rain, Australia having a big lead. June G — Cambridge University. Aban doned after the first innings. Australia 255, Cambridge all out 81. So far McCartney is in the unique posi tion of holding both bowliug and batting iu Liie .Australian team. June 10 — Yorkshire. June 13 — Lancashire. June 1.7 — Surrey. June 20 — Somerset. June 24 — England (test match.) ?Tune 27...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 June 1912

BREVITIES. Inhere is room in the smallest cottage for a happy couple. — German Proverb. ? ? Mr. F. Schafer has been transfei'red from Bermagui to Tathra as the I.S. N.Co.'s shipping agent. Masked burglaries continue to be as fashionable in Sydney as apendi citis. The Melbourne Argus published an unsigned leading article relating to the Werriwa elections, and under the new Flectoral Act will beactioned for the ofTei; ce. Mr. R. J. Goward, of Kiah, and Miss Dorron, of Maliacoota, are named as about to enter ' wedlock's peaceful and perfect repose,' The veterans of the hempen square, Larry Foley and Sandy Ross, have been matched to fight for £200 a side. The well-known Kiss Bros., for merly of Bemboka, have leased a farm and started operations in the Armidale district. Tiiij tension of the drought was brokeu by good rains at the beginning of the week in western parts. Jack Mum our, la, a hefty aboriginal on the coast, and formerly famed as a cricketer and athlete, has ascended to the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 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 c ise of Diphtheria, ' writes Mrs. liurnhani, William St., Lut wyche, Q. ' After trying several things without success I gavo him Chamberlain's Cough Komedy, and I must say I certainly would have lost :: y boy if 1 had not used -it, for he was on the verge of diphtheria.' Sold by all dealers iu medicine,

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News & Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

News & Motes, A hospital ball at Molong recently resulted in something like a record for a country town. The gross takings amounted to £186 15s, and £120 was netted. Pug Johnson says Tommy Burns was the hardest nut he ever had to crack, but he's too good for any man in the world. The Prime Minister's ma ternity benefil scheme, setting down a bonus of £5 each for all Australian babies, is^ a measure which' is not likely to receive much opposition from any quarter. In compliance with the pro= 1 clamation of the Government, setting last Sunday apart as 'adcy of thanksgiving' for the breaking of the drought, appropriate services were con ducted in churches throughout the State. The meeting of Directors of the Bega Creamery Co held on Saturday decided that a levy of 4d in the £ be made 011 suppliers for April for the fund to comoat the claims of the Rural Workers' Union. There was a livelv difference of opinion, and six votes were cast against the proposition. Some spoke strongly...

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Rules Governing Bibbenluke Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

Rules Governing Bibbenluke Cup. No. 1. — The Cup shall be open fo: competition between the holders and any properly organised Clnb within a radius of 40 miles. To be competed for under the latest N. S. W. Rugby rules. No 2. — No player r hall be allowed to compete for the Cup with more than one Club during one season and he must play with the club nearest his place of residence, and must be a bona fide resident for not less than one month prior to playing in a Cup match. No 3. — The holders of . the Cup must accept any challenge issued by any eligible Club and play within 14 days of receipt thereof or forfeit the Cap to the challengers. The last de feated clnb to be entitled to first match provided they issue a challenge within 3 days of their defeat. No.4. — All matches shall be played on Saturdays starting at 3 p. m. unless mutually agreed upon. No. 5. — The Cup to be competed for from loth June closing on Septem ber 1st, 1912, and for every successive year to commence from 15th M...

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Football Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

Football Motes P. Underhill has been elected Cap tain of the Bega Gymnasium Club. Listen, Oandelo ! The Budget says 'Sharkey' Rogers lias again de cided to line out with the Gyms. J.H.Parkinson is the Secretary of the Bibbenlnke Football Club. Bega Gyms are trying to promote a match for tbe end of the season against Cobargo Union, and propose to pick some players from Candelo footballers. Frank Zinged has pone. Tbe Gyms gave him a 'kick-off,' and presented him with an inscribed gold medal. , Bega Gyms are anxious to go any where up to 50 miles in search of jewellery. A football team at llden is per forming under the name of ' The Killers.' It is probable that the Pipeclay, Merimbula, aud Pambula players will combine into one team. The combined match against Cobargo Union is an excellent notion, but there should be a proviso that travelling members of the district team should ha~ e exes out of tbe gat.e money. The Bombala Challenge Cup has been presented by Messrs Lomas & Son...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

THOSE WHO SUFFER FROM WEAKNESS, SICK HEADACHE, LOSS OF SLEEP, POOR APPETITE, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, OR INDIGESTION, SHOULD READ MRS. MORLOCK'S LETTER WRITTEN TO CLEMENTS TONIC, AND HOW IT CURED HER For the relief of indigestion, and the creation g of good appetite, there is no equal to this reliable medicine. Women who suffer from 1 indigestion should read this document, as it is true and of value in every particular. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. 'For seven weeks in December, 1909, and in January, 1910, 1 was so ill I could only take biscuits and milk-food, my appetite was so bad. 'My husband, who is employed on | one of the A.U.S.N. steamers, run ning to the South Sea Islands, was 3 advised by one of the ship's officers | 1 1 to induce me to try Clements T onic. Ji Acting on the advice given, I did I ! so, and 1 am glad to say I am so | uioroughly cuieu that I can eat auj I thing, and am in splendid health. I cannot praise it too highly ; in my opinion it is a wonderful medicine, | wort...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

Gan-fe\p Pound. TMPOUNDjf) #Ca|aelo on the 18th X June, li/12, A'omidrBuckejo, by Vivin Brown — Black Jforse#white spots on back, shod, faint indjtstinJc brand near shoulder like 2. i If not released will be sold at this pound at noon on fee 11th July, 1212. H. G. HAMMOND, Poundkeeper. Postmaster Geneeal's Department fy M 17th June, 1912. TENDEKS h® received by the Deputy ^osJ©laa|gr General, Sydney, up to 2-30 p mJpnMxly 10th, 1912, for re pairs betweenjpfdearand Gabo Sands, and Green Cape/gland Junction, Eden-Gabo Sands line, j®? For further particulars see ''Common- wealth Gazette' or 15th June, 1912. C. E. Fbaser, Postmaster General. THE ANNUAL ' Guild, Jims, / — IN THE ? SCHOOL OF ARTS, Candelo. ' 3?irst= class Music - - - - Excellent Supper. TICKETS-DOUBLE 5/-; SINCLE 3/-. w. collins, lion. sec.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

Wood's Groat Peppermint Cnre For coughs and colds never fails 1/6.

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Local & General [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

Local & Genera! Warren's pictures in the School of Arts to-night. Mr. Wji. Rixox's sale of cattle on Thursday showed regular values. He holds his Bembokas ale to-day. Trndkrs are invited for telegraph lino vanoM'o in f lno iocnn uwv 1,010 ioouc. Don't forget the Annual Guild Social on Wednesday night in the Candelo School of Arts. Good music and suppei. Tickets 5s and 8s. Messrs F. and W. Davis, of Cath cart, have secured blocks of land on the Bibbenluke closer settlement area. At Pambula Mr. Henry Fanning and Miss Clarrj* Dowling were mar ried on Weduesday by Rev. G. Hirst. A gymnasium club has been formed at Wolumla and made a start with promising enthusiasm. While erecting a fence on some rocky ground on the property known as Kemp's, near Candelo, Mi. Gex O'Brien unearthed a human [skeleton one day this week. The Cooma Municipal Council sued the Methodist Church for rates and got a verdict for- half the amount claimed. Ben. Franklin used to say : — ' A bachelor is a non-d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

For Bronchial Coughs take Woods Great Peppermeut Cure, 1/6.

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Eden. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

Eden. (From Our Correspondent). §§ince the recent rains Eden has as sumed a real spring appearance, beautiful and green. On Tuesday night last the Warren Family showed some good pictures in thp. Rnhnnl nt A rta tn a Fair nii^iflnnn This is a good reliable show and worth seeing. Contractor Peterson is making good headway with his contract of widening the wharf. A grand ball will be held in the School of Arts on Friday night in aid of the newly-formed brass band. A second football fifteen has been picked, to be known as The Finbacko, to play a match against The. Killers, who played tho Bega Gymus on the 3rd instant, the losers to pay for tea. A whale was in the Northern Bay a few nights ago, aud we expect a chase at any time now. Weekly socials are being conducted by Messrs B. and J. Davidson and G. Strickland, and are well patronised.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

Comstock's Nerve I i and Bone Liniment Is a powerful penetrating preparation, which acts through the pores of the skin 011 the nerves, bone, and muscles. It possesses the marvellous properties of an immediate pain-killer, and is un equalled as a remedy for the pains and aches to which human beings are sub ject, and which only an external re medy can relieve. It overcomes all pains and aches by relieving the effect on the delicate nerves, causing the circulation of the blood to be fully maintained through the injured part. It is an invaluable remedy for sprains and for reducing all swellings, which under its influ ence become softened and disappear. Rheumatism, Sciatica, and Lumbago all yield to the powerful, penetrating and conquering properties of this Lini ment if used in connection with Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills according to directions. For Stiff Joints., Neuralgia, Lame Xiao'-:. Scale's. Burns, Contracted J* ;:se'« * and Pairi'jl Swellings it will be romi'S thai- C-ur. stock...

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Junior Football. CANDELO v. BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

Junior FMMl. CANDELO r. BEGA. (By Our Special Reporter.) 1'HH Candelo Juniors made auother bid for the Chris. Nolan Cup at Bega on Weduesday last, aud were defeated after a fairly good game by 8 to nil. Bega won the toss aud took advan tage of a good breeze blowing at the „i._ ..i. n ? ) _i „ i« : ? ? i ? t ? emu. vaiiUoiu hiuttuu un, unu some give and take play eventuated, Can delo players lagging considerably, not following on too well, aud at times leaving their man unmarked. Bega sent out at Candelo 25, and then again uear tteline, but gradually it was worked back up the field out of the point of danger. Bega backs got going nicely on several occasions, but were blocked by good tackling. Still attacking, Bega sent the ball over the line — and out of sight for a few minutes. Drop out for Candelo, and Bega returned out in Candelo 25. Loose play followed, a Candelo player tried to use the line — but the ball fell short and Hibburd secured and scored the first try Jfor Bega — an ins...

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A RIVER OF GOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

A RIYER OF GOD. There is a river of pearly flow — It runs to the ends of the world, I know ! Through strangest places of quivering woe It shines as it glimmers on. It charms the saint aud it charms the sage A ,1 nnnr.n n tro ?Ciiiu ulic puic 111 ncau, IU CI', Aud every ill it can soon assuage The suu e'er looked upon. It flows through shadowy brown aud gold November leafage of life grown old, Yet its tender - pearl hath a grace untold From its holy source, I ween. It flows amid roses, through H lied vales 'Mid briars and prickles and heathery dales ; Its mystic pureness nor yields nor fails. Whatever its eyes have seen. It stills the mourner, whose pallid face. Is soon agleam with diviner grace ; The toiler walks by its side a space Aud his life grows sweet to him ! Its waves pellucid shine ou as clear, Whate'er of gloom on its shores ; Who walks by it ever can bauish fear, Yea,' sin'g, --though the blue be dim ! From the mount of God serene it flows, Its shimmering ripple with cour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

j 0¥or«Coats . land MEM'S, YOUTHS', &BOTS' CLOTHING. I ^fE have just opened a fine range of MEN'S, YOUTHS', I 3VW and BOYS'' CLOTHING, suitable1 for the Cold | ciyl. Weather which is now in front of us. ?i ' '' ' - ' I i ? # ' S MEN'S OVERCOATS — made of Heavy Marrickville and English Tweeds — lined and unlined. We are also j showing a nice lot of CHESTERFIELD COATS of the same materials, all of which are marked at GOOD 1 VALUE PRICES. , : I ; MEN'S WINTER TWEED SUITS, from 3 to 7 — in Dark Heavy Tweeds — lined and half-lined coats — side and cross J j-ockets— 22/6, 27/6, 35/ ] MEN'S BLACK AND NAVY WORSTED SUITS— at 30/-, 35/-, 37/6, 40/-, 45/'- j MEN'S TROUSERS— in heavy dark Tweeds— 4/11, 5/6, 6/11, 7/6, 8/6 u.P.Jo 15/6. MEN'S FANCY WOOLLEN WINTER VESTS— 11/6 13/6 ?' - j WE keep a large stock of YOUTHS' and BOYS' CLOTHING iu ATTRACTIVE PATTERNS in Winter Tweeds i and a full range in sizes. . j : i ^1*11 *1 4* €$ 4* A 1WlT-aQ ^ur Suits to Measure are now well known for jf: ...

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PURPLE PATCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

PURPLE PATCHES [FROM CURRENT LITERATURE,] ^fiiERE isn't enough real bad luck in the Avorld altogether to ruin one real live man. The aim, if reached or not, makes great the life. There is no better ballast for keeping the mind steady on its keel and saving it from all risk and crankiness, than busi= ness. The highest service has ever been given, not to those who have clutched at a crown, but to those who have been willing to wear fetters. A day is not a day well spent unless you have tried to send a ray of sunshine into some clouded life. A v ia o'nnrl fnv heart and brain, and clears the mist from the eyes of faith. - Honesty is the best policy but he who acts on that prin ciple can hardly be called an honest man. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

xxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxx fxSPEClAL NOTICE.*! 1 x MissN. Miller, tiH: £ v TI7ISHES the musical public to v it know that she is prepared „ to teach music (Piano or Violin) ^ At Moderate Charges. ^ X Will intending pupils please com- ^ municate with the above at the X Royal Hotel, Candelo. X X X XXXXX XXXXXXXXXX xxxxx — 'Phone No, -i Surgery. No. 47 .Residence Mr. McKern, Mr. Dingle. Dental Surgeons, jLvcklcvncl Street Begco M. DINGLE will visit CANDELO on Wednesday, March 1. ^ Match 8. and each alternate Wednesday thereafter and may be consulted at Miller's Royal Hotel. R. B, BUSH, b.d.s. (University of Sydney.) AND W. H. MARSHALL, (University of Sydney). —LATE ORMISTON & BUSH— DENTISTS, Bega. Mr. W. H. Marshall, B.D.S., will visit the undermentioned places on the following dates: — Cobargo — Wad. June 5th to Sat. Jnne 8th. CenteaI) Tii.ba — ilon. June 10th to Wed. June 12th. Bebiiagui — Thurs. June 13 to Sat. June lo. Wolumla — (Schafer's) Mon. June 17. Merimbula — Tues. June I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

wi msmsm PAPER FOR TB E PMPH MBmvss, ; To Our Readers. — AVe would ask you i to lielp us in tlie compilation of a : thoroughly representative newspaper by forwarding at your earliest con venience information that will be of public interest. Send accounts of public and social events in your neighborhood, such as weddings, or deaths, accidents, matters touching the industries, concerts, &c. In this way you will do much toward adver tising your particular part of the electorate. Should you fail to secure your copy of the ' .Record ' -regularly, a complaint made to us will result in prompt investigation of the matter j Our numerous regular correspon- | dents are requested to forward all i matter to reach us before the day of j publication. The editor specially desires that correspondents will take an interest in having their j locality mentioned in the ' Record's weekly budget of news. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

[?] SCHOOL OF ARTS, CANDELO. Saturday,' 22m jiim, WILL AG A IX AI'PICAR the Kins of All Picture Shows and Edison's 1912 Model Kinetascope, Making absolutely the best show travelling the States. 10,000 feet f-i' gems in ani mated art, including the Star Pictures ; — DON SELANA (A Four-footed Pest,) WAS HE A COWARD? (An A.B. Masterpiece.) THE MAN TO BEAT JOHNSON (A Comic of the first order). ' Serving the Writ,' ' Doctor Cupid;' 'The Tale of a Hat,' 'Circle B Ranch,' and a great number of other Dramatic, Scenic, Comic, and Educational Pictures. DOORS OPEN 7.30. PERFORMANCE AT 8. Fop Private Lease. SPLENDID POSITION. Choice Residence known as 'Gordon Villa' BEGA STREET, Containing 10 Rooms, Kitchen and Pantry Good Stacles and surroundings. — Apply — WS. RIXON — Auctioneer. AUCTIONS. AUCTIONEER'S MCE, WM. RIXON begs to notify the general public that in future he will conduct his usual weekly sale 't Cau delo on EVERY THURSDAY, at Manns' Yards, in lieu of Mondays. 2-5-12. BEMBOKA. BEMBOK...

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