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

7 ============== ?% MORUYA. CAR leaves Bega Mid-day Thursdays, returning on Fridays. (This service connects with the Nowra Motor Service, and through passengers will arrive in Sydney at 6 o'clock Friday evening.) COOMA. OAK leaves BEGA 10 o'clock TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, returning WEDS, and SATURDAYS. BOMBALA. CAR leaves Cooma at 9.30 MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, returning same day. KOSKIUSKO. DAILY SERVICE from COOMA, running al ternate weeks. For further particulars, apply A.0. MANNS, i°SSi Up-to-date Barber, SHARPE STREET CANDEL0. COURTESY, CLEANLINESS, CIVILITY AEE THE WATCHWORDS European Capital. Furnished for attractive enterprises in all substantial lines of business. Railroads, Tractions, Water and Electric Powers, Irrigations, Timber, Mining Agricultural and Industrial. Bond, Debenture and Stock Issues Underwritten, Purchased or Sold. Properties purchased for European ex ploitation o,nd investment. Financial Undertakings of all sorts handled, Miscellaneous commissions, all ordei-3 o...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

FOOfUdll. The Patron of Candelo Club, 'Dr. Candlish, has sent in a voluntary donation of £1 Is to the funds. The ex-boniface of the Cathcart hotel, Mr. J. Schubert, is the donor of the Cathcait Challenge Cup, which is said to be a perfect 'dazzler.' Candelo Junior Footballers have lodged another clialleuge for the Chi is Nolan Cup to play on the 10th July. Bega wiil be flooded with football next month from this end. What a tremendous joke it would be if Cau delo happened to pull off. the 'hat- trick !' A meeting of the Caudeio Juniors was held iu the School of Arts on Saturday uighf. There were present, Messrs J. Corbett (chair), R. Ellis, E. Holzhauser, P. Baldwin, C. Ryan, P. Grame, L. Lazarus, W. Fairman, R. Shooks, O. Tortice. The Chairman pointed out that be had been requested to bring up for discussion thj advisability of having a Secretary iu town. It was cou tsideivd that if no objeotion was offered l-y the present Secretary (Mr. Fairman), with whose services the Club was we...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

Hot with lewcm For Chronic Chesfc Complaints, Wcods' great Pepperment Cure, 1/6

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

Will ISb heM iu the — OLD CH'U#C^UILDING, at WEDNKIAY NEXT, afeojULY, Proceed/ to go towards erecting1 a picket fence and gate on the Tantawanglo Church Grounds. TICKETS Double 3/- ; Single 2/-. Extra Lady 1/-. K. Lowe ) Joint J./rApPERJ Sees. PICTURE FRAMING, GLASS PUTTING, Etc. fruitei3F&3ei[^i|ner, cande^ «3C?NNQ|BNCEpto t$5 genital public that ?Mi W»s coJauctJTg aiSSUP-TO-DATE ITCTimE-KSA.Jj^&«BO#S'ESS at his well-knownJprenjfses u^t^an's.Saddlery. First-clj|s worktnanss^p, and all orders prouipthland tastefully executed. A cogfplete assortment of mouldings to select from. GLASS - CUTTING A SPECIALTY. Glaaa cut to any size. A varied stock of high-class Confec tionery, Fruit, Etc. Candelo Pound. TMPOUNDlWa^'andelo on the 26th _L Jnne, 19]J, frojf Sai||?y Dreek paddock, by Jas. Henpood^Roiw^ ;:ud white bull, ends off gm-nsJf bi-iuMed like CP over triangle near rwiip, ffm 2 reversed near ribs. If not rweasely will be sold at this pound at ucoaftm the IS h Jui\, 1912...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

asm: for | B' $ * .... i ? ; X * I & I, — ri( — O a4 ?n © O buuDm-iutli 3 CD [?] ««_ ? s i ?? ? ? „ ? ? ? — - I f ^ \ CAN' DO FOR miM kill j J*^^^;} Mrs. Nieton, who gives this testimony to | ^|11§ ^is splendid nerve and blood medicine, 1 ||£ ^||» called in person when on a visit to Sydney | Jti to tell the proprietors of her great recovery | * t/ i to health and strength. Surely there is no | j. J greater recovery on record, for at one time | ~5^^ ~J§ she was so ill, she never expected to be able | /^-^fi^fe^ to walk about again. She was run down in | . ^_,_ , . -J&p- 'i nerves, almost strengthless, in fact, an in- | ^'XT^ ^* ^'r^f%\ valid in every sense of the word, yet here 1 *.P^ J^~£'\ b h« le«er- s,he is a stron§ healthy % ? il_i_i5- '=5 v /^r woman now, trjahks to Clements Tonic. | ^_'i ^ t\k'r ^^ rir S^Le writes frornyier home, 1 32 Liverpool | mrs. minnie nieton. Street, Hobart, Npvember, 2 1 , 1 9 1 0. | CLEMENTS TOR|IC LTD. ^% | '1 write to tell you in my ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

r COMMENCES TO-DAY. :„. TtfE PUBLIC KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT, $' i 111 REDUCTIONS 1 PIE c am -'---. ???-......?-,- A:fS-PlW^ foi- the 'Flanders' and the E.M.F, American Automo J&IMlXl X O biles, 20 and 30, £305 and £405 . Teums Cash « A TST\T 'Si'©8??* ? „ 1? AT^TJ'V frftnTI^ t I __l___,jc ? jl; -?? if ??-? ^'~^~T~ ' - Yo!J. . Saddle. ?=*-*** ndrns^. « I! m li . ? - GO TO - ? ? *.p» — ? — — «?» ? ! PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. : All the latest designs in Stationery, Toys, Books/ School and Artists' Ee qUiSi]eChoice Assortment of Suitable Birthday Books and Presents, ami many others to numerous to particularize. A cordial invitation is. emended to all r t0C^^S&ht^S weekly and^monthly, alw^s on hand. gj ? Our Famous i A VWil\ / *5~Made to °rdep- ** § / 1 1 ^V // ' /fl§^ -^or fc'lis reasonable price we give /?~; ii. -/ , JL/5^? you ftl11 sydnev Sfcvle'- aye- ^nd / Wv %? \ .^^Ci these suits are not one whit behind I M. M * wJ' S Well-dressed men ! You've no \ F\Pi H i ^\ ? Q...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Football Enthusiasm. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

fOOtlMH ESlfilllSiiSle 'Football Guide, sir?', said Hie street vendor to the bnrly man who was hurrying to the match. 'No,' replied the latter.1 .: - ' A.1I the new photos of .player! and — ' ' No, I tell yer.' .:. ..;.- 'Past records,- frxttrves, and — ' 'Get oat!' ? ''?' ?'? Information- worth a quid—' Out shot: the budy oi e-s left and the next sfnoment - ? tYe youth was sitting in the-gutter. Slowly he rose, smiled sadly, held up,a football guide, and continued, ?' No, but puttin' all jokiu' o' one side, mister, d'yev want a football guide ?'

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Leaderettes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

^Qadgz?@&t.gSo . ^ he spots on the sun don't worry the fashionable mother so much as the freckles on the daughter. Slow horses and fast women have been the smash of many a fair average quality man. The business man who said he had no use for a newspaper is now looking for a job, and finds he is so far behind the times that no one has any use for him. ' Just, as most fevers 'arise from de fective sanitary conditions, so do most crimes arise from defective social con ditions. '?; The milk business should always be a good business. Milk is the cheapest and best food on earth, and never gets out of fashion. ' If the strike is not honorably settled we will drape the East JEnd with crane and piny fhe Dead March when the King visirs ;he South Albert Docks.'— Ben. Tillett in England. To the man or woiuiu who takes it sei'iously, nil life is a continuous demand. The more you ponr^ out, the more you can take in ; the higher you think, the wider the vision,' the greater the struggle, t...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

— ^a mv&j //fa COUGHS & COLDS. BTSfftK^S DeFORE starting , out in Ml*!-® '-'wet or cold weather, take ^^^^T one or two Peps tablets 'Jgfy/W from their silver wrappers, and , wdy let them slowly dissolve in the ',. «*^ mouth. A powerful medicine will § then come from the tablets in the : I form of fumes which you breathe 1 through the throat into the luugs : I In. this easy. and pleasant way not ; I only is the foul and germ-laden at- : 1 mosphere filtered as you breathe it I in, but every part of the throat and - I bronchial tubes is soothed, streng ? |, thened, and made to successfully : S resist the microbes that spread i? coughs, colds, sore throat, influ- .. \ enza, bronchitis. Breatheable Peps \ keep the cold out and stop infection. ;' For Children's Hacking Coiiph at. Night, Woods' Great Pepper men t Cnre, 1/6. ' ; S W@M GAUHOT MFF@e$fl$ , ft ja) to be careless, Whoever you may be and however great your success. Taxes and J^« *\3( charges of. all kinds are grea...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Farmers and Settlers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

Formers mi s$ifi®rs. ^he Candelo branch of the Farmers and Settlers Assosiation held a meet ing on Saturday afternoon. Mr. P. J. Heffernan presided. There were also present, Messrs Pairman, E. H. Alcock, W. J. Collins, T. Glenn, J. Tapper, H. P. Collins, J. F. Allen, Jno. Ramsay, W. A. Grant, R. Heffernau, J.Britten, Wilson, Scott, Stan Collins, and Secretary Geo. Alcock. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Accounts amounting to £1 6s were passed for payment on the motion of Messrs H. P. Collins and E. Alcock. The Secretary presented an acknow ledgment from the Central Associa tion of capitation fees for 21 members from this branch. The Secretary in timated that he had now a roll of 22 paid up members. The business paper for the Annual Coufei'ence to commence on the 15th Jnly was also received, and the Secre tary read from it two motions from the C&ndelo branch. One, moved by Mr. H. P. Collins, urges amendments to the Dairies Supervision Act, and th...

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

; I yfi^i^Sj ,' 13121 i Sl^l^Kfcfe^^ ' ' ''^ft' s^o®2'^ ti*e through train! inr ^^^^^l^^3lsl!lBBu3^J ' ?'** ^as siever fc-e®si known.to go 1 1 1 1 rafl ^^^^^ j^P^^m »TO ? over— tint Invariably under all U eW^WW ? ^iflMr^^^mt lllk ;! ^competitors' prices. ; ^JMEtJI^/L-Ss. f/^%Q&&i^-§2z§£^Wi 'Pi V/s» t ? *-. ?? ^^^W' / I' *?$ TWTF? you're coming to Sydney get. :§iS£i fef * FAMOUS* UflMl^B- , aboard this train, which takes' ? III! I M , \ ' GROCERY ? |i tliliilll a^ ^ne s^1OK't cuts to Economy — IP^Sjfc ^\ PRICES ??'Mi ^j^^^^S Israel's Famous Grocery Prices i-^T \ P^l^ I If you cannot come yourself PiSh- ®^vSS Off! llc£ ! ^et ourbig Money-saving Cata l^° ¥LHMM$1'M- WW I log^e, ato& POP your order in '?^^^^S^f^MP^^*^ the Mai! Van. We guarantee ^^^??y^^\-'^;:}/;ypt^- : Satisfaction. I Here are some Under-tunnelled Prices for Pure.FoQds.and Every-day Wants that will mak'e Freight for every Place in the State— and for you. g ? i HERRINGS— tin doz. : | Fresh, New Sea...

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

1 Wl if Ul¥ j : .1IWFDTK1 'iKu VTi'DTOT'1 iMJUIillV.lii ?Mtala. ; To Advertisers.— All new adver \ tisements will be received up till 12 a.m. on Friday of each week, but alterations in standing advts. must reach us on or before each Wednesday, otherwise they cannot be reset for the current issue. i Job Printing.— Business men and the general public are reminded that job printing of every description is artistically and promptly executed | at this office, and we solicit a fair j comparison with the prices and work manship of metropolitan printers. To Contributors. — Whilst we un ? hesitatingly throw our columns open j to contributed articles on any sub ject, we reserve the right to- veto - any contribution or sentence of a i contribution which we consider to | be libellous or seditious. Should a writer assume a nom de plume, the real name of the writer must accom- ? pany the manuscript, not for pub- ! lication, but as an assurance of good i faith to the editor. j

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE j %s& w}-- Tf * a ^ jut ^r :? To Our Readers. — 'We would ask yon ; to help us in the compilation of a ? thoroughly reprcenlative newspaper | by forwarding at your earliest con- j venience information that will be of public interest. Send accounts of j 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- i tisiug your particular part of the ! electorate. J Should you fail to secure your \ copy of the '.Record' .regularly, a complaint made to us will result j in prompt investigation of the matter j 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 iii the -'Record's ' weekly budget of news.

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

? $ ? Stock on Candelo Commons must be registered by noon on Wednesday. Attention is directed to Mr. E. Evane' picture-framing anuouaeement in our business columns. Showers in the middle of the week added several points to Sunday's ser viceable rainfall. A good spring is expected. Warren Picture Show had a good house locally on Saturday night, and the crowd were well satisfied. Note the particulars of Messrs Brown, Sharpe and Blacker's big furniture sale on account of Mr. G. H.Allen. The sale takes place at 2 p.m. to-day. Mr. Jas. Fergcson, formerly store keeper at Caudelo, and well-knowu to our reader?, died in Syduey recently. Mr W. Rixon cleared a good yard ing of cattle at Bemboka on Saturday at good values, also fat pigs sold to £2 8s and slips 5/. An exchange reports an effort be ing made to organise the Shire Coun cil employees of Imlay, Eurobodalla, and Murabulla Shires into a union. Messrs Brown, Sharpe, and Black er cleared good yardingsac Saturdays Candelo sale. Heifers w...

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 — 29 June 1912

xxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxx I^PICIiLMCllI i MissN.Milk,tiH; I ?v- I IRISHES the musical public to -£ :± T V know that she is prepared „. ?^ to teach music (Piano or Violin) ?*»; ^ At Moderate Charges. „ X -'- X will intending pupils please com- „ -* ? municate with the above at the ^ X Royal Hotel, Candelo. X X X xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxxxx 'Phone No, 4 Surgery. No. 47 Residence Mr. McKern, Mr. Dingle. Dental Surgeons, Avoldcbiul btreet Bega MR. DINGLE will visit CANDELO oa Wednesday, July 3 and 17 and each alternate Wednesday thereafter and may be consulted at Miller's Koyal Hotel. it B, BBSH, BD.S. (University of Sydney.) AND WII MBSI^IISIi B.D.S. _. It MAKaBIALL, ld.s. (University of Sydney). —LATE OEMISTON & BUSH DENTISTS, Bega. Mr. W. H. Marshall, B.D.S., will visit the undermentioned places on the following dates: — Cobargo— Wsd. June 5th to Sat. Jnne 8th Csntral TiiiBA. — Jion. JunelOth to Wed June 12th. BiEiiAGUi— Thurs. June 13 to Sat. June 15. Woluiila— (Schafer's) Mon. June...

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

MAORI INTERPETKR ATTACKED. ?' I was attacked withrand suffered con siderably from'rheunlatism itx the knees,' writes Interpreter Sam Maioha of 'Wai- mate North.N.Z:, 'I got a bottle of Cham berlain's Pain Balm, rubbad'it in freely, and was delighted with the -'? result. The pain soon wenfuway aad I had the free use of my iimbs. Since then I have re commended it to others and they have thanked me for doing so.' :

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Honest Talk on Dishonest Tests. LEGISLATION PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

ll%WM Tilft Hi iisiii^sl Testsv LEGISLATION PROPOSED. ]M,R. J. L- Treble, Minister for Agri culture, spoke in pungent terms at the Butter Factory Managers' Con ference, last week, upon what he called a pernicious practice which had grown up in the factories -in the direction of jitifair testing of cream. As samples of numerous complaints he had received, one dairyman showed that his factory had : consistently re turned him a lower test for hia cream than it gave, amounting in some in stances to as much as 8 per cent., aud the majority of these had been recti fied when it was known that he was .check'sampliug. 'Iir another instance the instructor had graded seven out of ten churnings of cream ? as' second class ; still the factory .'bad only paid tbe second-class rate for the equiva lent of one churning. In these cases when the instructor weilf into -the dairy of the supplier of second-grade to detect the cause, he waa: met with the statement that the cream 'was graded first-class at...

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

RECOMMENDED WITH CONFIDENCE 'I had a bad cold, hoarseness- sore throat , mii was very dry on the chest bufc after :alj ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I was greatly relieved,' writes Mr, Martin Don )hue, care of Messrs A, Wegener & Son, Woolloongabba,^Sth. Brisbane E. 'After taking a dose great quantities of phlegm ire discharged which gives great relief, ifter my experience I can recommend Dhamberlain's Cough Remedy with con Bdence.' Sold by all dealers in medicines ITCHING PILES ENDED, ? « ? Was Sick of Experimenting with. Useless Remedies. Another Victory for Bile Beans. J^ll sufferers hom thrit terrible com plaint piles should profit by the ex periei.ee of Mr. D. Jones, of Barker Street, Casino, N. S. W., who says: — Tbiough working in wet tniues I con tracted that agonising complaint itch ing piles. The intense irritation and itching caused mo to suffer acutely, and deprived mo of many hours of rest. This ccmplaiui had a terrible effect on my general health and soon I wa...

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PURPLE PATCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

PURPLE PAICBEI [FEOM CURRENT LITERATURE,] ggKiLLis stronger than strength. Consequences are unpitying. A man must stand erect — not be kept erect .by otheis. It is good to fight, but a masterly retreat is in itself a victory. Thr crutch of time accomplishes more than the club of Hercules. The world ofteuer rewards the ap pearance of merit than merit itself. Many a man is not on speaking terms with his conscience. S.COEN to sell reverence to win the laughter of fools. Earth holds no more precious truth than this— God cares. All high places have their pre cipices. The. test of faith lies in our being eble.to fail without disappointment. If all our prayers were answered the tangle would be appalling. What's done we partly may compute, We know not what's resisted. Prejudices are like knots in the glass in our window ; they alter the. shape of everything we choose to Iook; at through them ; they make straight things crooked, and everything indis tinct. -?- ?? ? Popular government is not ...

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

Cold Weaflier Skin Troubles. ? , ? . . . ? ?* ? — : ' ?' The Perils of Blood-Poisoning : from Cracked Hands. Zam-Buk Heals Sores and Strengthens the Skin. H|rs. H. Cameron, of 1^9 Gwynne Street, South Richmond, Melbourne, says: — 'My hasl-and is a presser and suffered severely from cracked hands which is caused by placing them in cold water and then having to use hot irons. During the winter he suffered ve'ry badly indeed. The dye and dirt got into the cracks and along with the cold caused him great agony. He tried all kinds of remedies, but nothing gave him permanent relief. It was after reading about Zam-Buk that be sent for a supply, which worked such wonders that he deter m'iued to persevere until lie' was com pletely cured. In a short time Zarn #uk had healed t-p the cracks and strengthened his s.dn, for since that time he has not been troubled at all with his hands. .'..'.'' My little girl: sustained a severe burn on the leg, by' coming in con tact with a red hot stove. Her le...

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