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

' WS If 5®T f WHISK' INTERESTS) ; nms,' 1 To Advertisers. — All now adver- || I tisemcnts will be received up till 1 j 12 a.m. on Friday of each week, | j but alterations in standiug advts. i ! must reach us on or before each ji ; Wednesday, otherwise tlicy cannot j; : be reset for the current issue. if Job Printing. — Business men and $? | the general public are reminded that #? job printing of every description is t ! artistically and promptly executed jp j at this office, and we solicit a fair j ; comparison with the prices and work- | ! mansliip of metropolitan printers. j 1 To Contributors. — Whilst we un- j hesitatingly throw our columns open .(* to contributed articles on any sub- | ject, we reserve the right to veto j any contribution or sentence of a 5 contribution which we' consider to J be libellous or seditious. Should a ] ? writer assume a nom de plume, the \ j real name of the writer must accom- | ' pany the manuscript, not for pub- 3 j lication, but as an assurance of...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Children's Chest Complaints. Well=Known Doctor's Advice to Mothers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

? Children's Chest Complaints. Well=known Doctor's Advice to Mothers. |[n his well-kuown treatise on ' Coughs and Colds and the Correct Home Treatment, ' the late Dr. Gor don Stables pens a. timely warning about the ailments that affect chil dren^ chests, and then addresses a '' word-to mothers, ' which should be taken to heart. in everv-home.' After pointing out how quickly a cold may prove fatal, the Doctor proceeds: — ' Yon know, then, how susceptible a child is tc cold and that quickness in getting or giving , relief is most essential if you would avert a calamity . ' Do you know, also, that frequent colds, even though cured, lay the foundations of weakly constitutions, aud that consumption itself may be engendered later on if these colds are permitted to take care of themselves ? Do you know that you are crimin ally negligent if you neglect the very first symptoms of a cold settling 011 your chi.d's eh3sfc ? 'Do you know that in Peps — if a box is kept handy — you have an ever ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mixed Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

MM Items. ? ^ ? Thousands of women are killing themselves by worrying over what might happen. The most popular girl seems to be the one who can make a fellow think she thinks every thing he says is funny. COULD HARDLY BREATHE, 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was the means of curing ray cold aud bronchitis. I had pains and tightness in the chest until I could hardly breathe, I am a member of the Lodge, and got som^g medi cine,' writes Mr. T. Johnson, 243 Harring ton St.. Hobart, Tag, ' but it had no effect/ Itlien tried Ciiamberlain'Si Cough, Remedy and one bottle complete cured me.' Sold by all dealers in medicine. ' Father,' said the young hope, ' what is a suffragette ?' ' A suffragette, my boy, is a being who has ceased to be a lady and is no gentleman.' See the young man who has just been carefully kicked down the front steps by the angry pa of the dear girl he adores. ' I am glad the old duffer is not a cen-ti-pede,' he mur murs. He is an optimist. RECOMMENDED WITH CONFIDENCE ' I h...

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The Requirements of the Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

The Requirements of the Season. iHjVERY business man arranges to have his supplies available at such times as the demand is biggest for any parti cular class of goods. During slack periods the manufacturer overhauls his working plant and sees that every thing is in first-class order for when his busy season commences ; so the man on the laud should also see that his working plant aud tools of trade are kept iu good order and ready to do good work whenever required. The'dairy farmer should carefully take his 'Alfa-Laval' Separator apart and see if any new duplicates are required and examine carefully the running of the bowl, and if every thing is not in the best of order should vvritd to us without delay. Also all up-to-date diiry farmers who iutend installing L-K-G Milking machines during the coming season should at once arrange any additions and alterations required to their milk ing sheds and advise us as early as possible which size of plant will bo. required so that foundations ...

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

imlay Siiire. ? » ? IfoLLOwixG is. a summary of expendi ture of the Council of the above on roads, streets, bridges, and culverts, etc., during 1911, now published : — Maintenance and Repairs. Bega to Candelo £130 18 4 Toothdale to Tantawanglo 114 9 9 Candelo to Wyndham ... 175 12 5 Top Tantawanglo Mt. ... 115 1 1 Lower „ „ ... 109 17 5 Bega to Tathra ... ... 651 1 7 Wolumla to Bright's ... 154 13 4 Merimbula to Wolumla ... 282 19 .5 Big Jack Mountain ... 156 18 § Roan Horse to Wyndham 139 19 7 Pambula to Eden... ... 257 13 6 New Building to Wolumla Peak ... 130 13 2 Towamba to Wyndham ... 162 16 2 Pericoe to Rockton ... 86 13 9 Edeu to Towamba . ... 250 7 ,8 Eden tt- Timbillica ... 156 vI7 4 Low. Towamba t.o Tambulla211 15 0 Bondi to Shire Boundary 107 16 3 Kanoona Bridge ... ... 6 0 Othsr roads, etc. ... ... 22 6 1 Construction. Road through Tantawan glo Recreation reserve £11 0 0 Mt. Darragh to Yellow Water Hole' ... ... .308 13 1 Appr'ch Towamba Bridge 189 4 0 William-st., Caude...

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

tV * FAMOUS* W£lj®L IpallM- GROCERY ? Jj ^pllllll IrOU-^1 ESraBLlSHED ^iffl ftflNe All Aboard! All aboard the through train! It has never been known to go over — but invariably tinder all competitors' prices. If you're coming to Sydney get 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. ? ?*_ ? j|* Here are some Under-tunnelled Prices for Pure p HERRINGS — tin doz. Fresh, New Season's, 5d- 4/9 Iln Tomato Sauce, best brands ? - 6j£d. 6/3 Kippered ? - 7d. 6/6 OYSTERS — Kensett's 6d. 5/6 . SALMON — Scroll Brand 1/- 11/9 Unicorn Brand, lib tins 10^;d. 10/3 LING FISH— 6^d. per lb. ; by the fish - - 6d. SARDINES— New Season's, /^lb. tin 4d. 3/9 Superior, JSIb. tin - 5Md- 5/3 BLOATER PASTE— Morton's, 3oz. tins ? 2lAd- 2/3 m SUGAR— bag G C-S.R. Co's. I.C., - 15/1 g I, A. or I.W. Crystal, H ^er 701b. bag * - 15/4 I . ...

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

H'- ^ _ ? , ? - - ?. When you say to;your grocer, | ' I want the best bakir - ,jov/der3' j!| j you certainly mean ' Good Shot' f. | Baking Powder. Shun all sub- . j ..... i stitutes. |j - ,. / ! | ' - j Its perfect purity and quality ' | place 'Good Shot' Baking Powdier j \ in a cIslss above all others. It j j makes light, tasty scones, easily ; ' | digested bread, nice, flaky pastry, ! t &c. It cuts your cooking troubles J in half. Get a tin from -your grocer. D. MITCHELL & CO., LTD., Proprietors, 153 Clarence Street, Sydney. 5 'The Cook's Best Friend.' | ! BAHINCi|SpbWDER| . it ANTHONY HORDERNS' ; ; I GEM JUNIOR SAFETY RAZOR I ♦ ? ? ? ' -j- A & X THE BLADE is the first thing to consider in a Razor ; it does the shaving. The ^ A BLADES first made the FAME of the GEM JUNIOR. They are produced from the ^ a best RAZOR STEEL, temperad by a PROCESS that pives a KEEN, LASTING EDGE. & O The STEEL is so SUPERIOR, the TEMPER and EDGE so FIXE, that STROPPING $...

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

Sliire Rates. is one of the principles of local Government that the Sliires must collect the rates. It is mandatory ; no excuse can be accepted for nonpay ment. Still, many ratepayers keep putting off paying until a moie convenient time arises, and thus they get into arrears. The council is compelled to see that the ra'tes are collected, but they find that through un placed lieniency the unpaid rates have accumulated, and now amount to a substantial sum. The council realises that they must make an effort to compel those in arrears to pay their respective amounts, and, with this object in view, intend placing all amounts ow ing (which will include rates for 1912) in the hands of a solicitor for recovery,. Rate payers want money expended on the up=keep of roads and necessary works, still they do not carry out their part by paving their rates. We mere ly desire to show ratepayers ?? the position. If they do 'not pay, the council has no option but to compel them to do so. The council, f...

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

I^AVING made a Mrgc purchase of Flannelettes and Dress . Materials at much bel )W their usual prices, we wish to bring the value of these ; : goods before your — ISPECIAL' NOTICE Cflshnsre Finisl Hiiifitelle : These are smoothed=faced in small spots and striped on navy grounds— 6d per yard, worth 9d. Trlc®ielleHfflii®lefte: - ' Good heavy make in mottled grey, pink, and fawn — 8d yard, worth lOd. storm Flannelette: In mottled grey and fawn — 6d a yard. cre«M Flannelette : Spen Flannelette : Heavy make, 30 & 32 inch | In pretty stripes, 32 inch wide-6d and 7^d. ' wide. . -is* FlMiefeffe: Our own importation, guaranteed to wear, 32in. & 36in.' ? - | whlt°., i1.'.'':!. pretty .atiipes. — ' | - V Freitwillifliiiesslte: ' In appearance like all=wool French flannel, cosy & warm Exceiseiti Flannelette: Pretty stripes, soft shades, suitible for Gents' Pyjamas. fiosi BlensSnss: Dress Tweeds : In light & dark g ouuds. | JjOin. wide-1/2, worth 1/6 HERRINGBONE NA...

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Things General A MODEL DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

Things General A MODEL DAIRY. We've heard of cattle on modern dairy farms being -treated wilh a morning bath, and having their teeth biushed and horns polisin d, . aud all the rest of it, but (according to an American expert now on a lecturing tour) the crowuing glory of the new OrMICQfla r»f Lr-ir»rlnoeo ip f/-v l--/\ Pr\ n n rT n f a farm at Illinous, where the pro prietor, Mr. Frank Worth, has brought up a large family of calves on tbe higher education principle. They are really the aristocrats of the ccw tribe. Every one has its food served, up ii. bowls or large plates, and all weai a large bib to prevent the dinner from dribbling ou their velvet skin. Others are fed with a spoon. All are groomed night aud morning ; they hear the 'Star Spang led Banner' played by patient attend ants, and in response to the patriotic appeal deliver their milk in gallons. Mr. Roosevelt is said to have been in terested iu the model auimals ; but ho has not yet delivered a speech to them.

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

BREVITIES* A brick butter factory is oeii'.g es tablished on Kameruka Estate. Brown, Sharpe and Blacker report good vardings it Candelo on Saturday last. Pat cows sold at £4, light bul locks £6 6s, store cows £1 7s 6d, fat pigs £1 12s At the Cooma Licensing Court an appeal against the proposed transfer of a hotel license from Kiandra to Nimitybelle was upheld. It is understood (says an exchange) that the Public Works office at Cooma will be closed. All the officers have been shifted. An exchange states that at the con clusion of a leap year dance in a North Coast town the ladies escorted the gentlemen home, and adds that for up-to-datenes this performance will be hard to knock out. , The Minister for Works will not consent to a petit ion from the Bom bala people to have the Nimity belle — Bombala railway commenced at both ends. He considers this undesirable and unworkable. Word was received at Bombala last week from the Minister for Works to the effect that he would turn the first s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

The aviation contest to have taken place at Ascot on* Sat urday between Hart's biplane 'and Stone's monoplane, did not eventuate, although it was a beautiful day on terra firma, and about 30,000 people were present. After a short pre liminary flight, the airmen de= clared that a hurricane was blowing ' up-stairs,' and they were not for taking a ' suicide expedition.' The action of Judge Fitz hardinge in quashing the order of the Licensing Court for the transfer of a hotel license from Kiandra to premises formerly licensed at Nimitj^belle, but reduced by the Special Court in 190S, is_of more than pass ing interest. It is probably the first case of the kind in the country j and the Judge's ver dict indicates plainly that stroug evidence is required to secure additional licenses in a locality where the Special Court has determined the num ber of necessary hotels. 'While a girl was passing along a lane at Paddington the other morning she heard a baby crying and saw a chaff bag in the ya...

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

FELT SICK AXD DIZZY. '?For two years I suffered from headache caused by liver disorder and irregular action of the bowels,' writes Mrs.'jane Royes, Ravenswood, Q. 'A few do^es of Chamberlains Tablets quickly rel eved me and after taking them regularly for a a short time my liver was in perfect order, and I was no longer troubled with sick' headache. Now if I feel a little bit out of sorts I take a dose or two of Chamber lain's Tablets and am very soon myself again.', Sold by all dealers in medicine. Eight or nine women, assembled at luncheon, were discussing ailment's and operations as eight or nine, or one or two, or 60 or 70 women will. The talk ran through angina pectoris, torpid lively tuberculosis, and kindred happy topics. '1 thought,' commented ihe gnest of honour, ' that I had heen invited (o luncheon, and not to an organ re cital. '

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CURIOUS ESSAY ON MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

CURIOUS ESSAY ON MAN. Man is brought into the world with out his consent, aud leaves it decided ly against' his will. During his peregrinations on earth, his time is spent in one endless round of contra vine nnrl inichn^DPBfnnrliiiffc Tn in_ fancy, he i.? an angel ; in boyhood, a devil ; in manhood, anything' from a lizard up; iu 'duties, a veritable fool. If he raises a family, he is a chump; if he raises a cheque, a thief, and the law raises trouble for him. If a pool man, he is a bad manager, without sense; if rich, dishonest but consider ed smart. If he is in politics, he is a log roller, aud a crook ; out of politics you can place him as an undesirable citizen. If he goes to Church, he s a wowser ; if he stays away, he's a sin ner. If he gives to charities, he does it for trade ; if he does not, its because he's mean. If he does you for any thing, he's a shark ; if he doesn't, he's a mug. If he saves, he's a miser; if he spends, he's a spendthrift. If he meets with an accident,...

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THE MAN FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

THE MAN FOR AUSTRALIA. Rev. J. E. Watts-Ditchfield, a prom inent clergyman of the Old Country, now in Sydney on a tour of organisa tion in connect ion with the Church of England Mens' Society, said : — 'If guided aright what cannot, democracy do? If not guided aright, theu God help it.- I believe in the destiny of tlie British -race — that tiod has given the British nation an opportunity .that no other nation iu the world has ever possessed, and we are going to make the red route round the world what the Master would have it be — a Christianised territory. The man for Australia should be a man who will play his part in making the continent aud the Commonwealth Christian in reality as well as iu name — a man who will make his home a Christian home, and a man who really believes in his God. We want men who have suffic ient conscienco fogive six days' work for the wages received iu that time. (Applause.) It is character building we are after. Thd man for Australia must. Le real, must l...

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THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 June 1912

THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. The prizes for the Federal Capital Lave been awarded, though the adjud icators were divided in their opinions. The majority award the first prize of £1750 to an American, Mr. W. B. Griffin, of Chicago; the second prize, -P.7;\n . the third prize, of £500, to a French oxpet-fc. The Cabinet accepts the fi ,d ing of the majority aud Mr. O'Malley explains that he will 'arrange a plan which will combine the best features of all the designs.' What sort of a capital may emerge from such a pro cess is difficult to guess. Meanwhile f.he winning plan is being sharply criticised. It is picturesq le, says Life, but appears to be drawn in de fiance of Nature — in the shape of the actual contouis of the site. The chief railway site is apparently ii a tunnel ; a chain o.c circular lakes is provided, but some of t'nem can only be seen from a balloon, as they must be hewn out of a hill with a cliff of solid rock sixty fe-t high as a containing wall. The recreation oval is on a s...

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Ripe ! Yes, Overipe. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

[?] yffi a Acer writes us as follows from Grafton : — Mr. Editor, — It has been recently pointed out that under the redistribu tion of electoral boundaries the county of Cumberland (the city county) will return almost as many representatives to Parliament as the rest of the State, and that if the cresent drift cnntiniias the said county will eventually possess a majority represei tation. The ques tion is asked, ' Is the time ripe for the country to be better represented ?' The time is that ripe for the better representation of country interests in Parliament that it is nigh rotten, and will soon be too far gone. Will the appeal to the electors in the couutry electorates, to nominate and elect to Parliament-reliable democratic candi dates responsible to them alone for the preservation of country interests and the welfr re and universal develop ment of the State be upheld ? Will it be delayed until the case is hope less? P.P.. — The prevarication of tho metropolitan press, and its dam...

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Guild Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

. QiiM SftCfOiL A, HE annual social in connection with the Candelo Branch of the A.H.C. Guild was held on Wednesday ni^ht in the School of Ails. Tho attend ance was not as large as is usual at the gatherings of this society, about £6 being netted. The function, how ever, was thoroughly enjoyable for those who participated. The night was of an ideal dancing chai-acter, and the music and general appoint ments were completely satisfactory. The lady dancers were nicely attired, and a few visitors were noticeable from Bega and other p.irts of the dis trict. Messrs Walter and F. Collins capably carried out the duties of M.sC, and there was no lapse allowed in the enjoyment which prevailed. The music was supplied by Miss N. Miller (piano) and Mr. F. Meares (cornet), in their well-known pleasing manner. Mr. Wiley had charge of the door, and Messrs R. and J. Hef feruan, J. and Yv . Collins (secretary) were prominent in their endeavors to ' make things go.' The supper room was provided with a...

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Tathrd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

TathNL ? T ? (Prom Our Correspondent). ]|i,EAVY North East rolls surgirg on the beach. 290 points of rain duriug Sunday night and Monday morning. Messrs Oaks and Oaks steam drill penetrating our adamant. Oar new circulating library pene trating tho mind. Mr. Jeunings onr public ..school teacher is inculcating the spirit of floriculture ; the beautiful in nature being one of the first principles of refinement. Ye budding flowers, take care of the bloom. On dit Anglican services to be held here alternately with Methodist and Presbyterian ministry. Nearer my God lo Thee, nearer to Thee. Presumably Father Gunning will soon Ll fire a volley.' The Rev. gentleman has secured a building site here. Rumoured that a family resident is about retiring to Sydney — Central- isation to the tune of 'Home Sweet Home.' This media however is State policy. Grow rich in the country, and go to the city (N.S.W.) to spend it ; but on the same lines I wonder if heaven is centralised. Mr. James Cochrano's whi...

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Things General [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

[?] ^ONT''r wear out your welcome. It's hard to get another. Reported that some enterprising Ciitbcartiaus are contemplating reviv ing the eucalyptus oil industry ia that locality. A new kind of coursing is .booming at Wollougoug. It is worked with rats and fox terriers. This is evei. ahead of the suggestion made to a Bega paper to introduce the sport with rabbits and foxies. A new set of racing rules has been issued. One provision is that a Sec retary who permits a horse to start whose entrance fee has not jeen paid is liable to a fine not exceeding £50. So it is authoritatively said — we haven't seen the rules. W- H. Wood says the present Gov ernment is 'living on the breath of disgruntled Liberals and Indepen dents.' If any newspaper reporter ever had a word to say against General Booth of the Salvation Army, he must surely change his mind after perusing the following extract from a special prayer for reporters offered by the General on one occasion : — ' And now, dear Lord, bles...

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