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

Electoral Humors. \ ^N the cards of electoral registration a number of electors have seized on the column in which they should state their occupation, to' fill it with a! strange display of jokes.' One des cribed her occupation as 'husband hunting,' another as that of 'a spin ster, but still with hope,' aud another as 'slave to my husband ' ; .a fourth as 'sweetheart.' The- men's humor has risen to the following heights: ' TJmbrellarian,' ' ox conductor and builock driver,' 'pastoral student,' ' jtickeroo,' ' wood- jammer,''' and ' bull dodgerman.' A leading city man, with a singular lapse of dignity, returns his sex as ' buck-'

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
News & Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

News''& Motes, Mr Dingle visits Caudelo Wednesday 3rd July aua 17tbrJuly. . i - Milton publicans have put up the prices to 6d a drink all rtund. Some milking machines recently introduced in the Milton district are reported to be giving every satisfac tion. Don't Forget, bred in Pambula district-, is nominated for the Ascot Thousand, among 68 entries. Mr. Dave Wilson, formerly of this district, now growing rich up north, is on a visit to his brother Mr. W. A. Wilson, Bemboka. Nimitybellb residents are subscrib ing a money testimonial for their State member, Mr. Gas Miller, 'for his gieat services to the district.' Mr. Robert Critchley, has been appointed shipping agent at Tathra rrom the head office of the I. S. N. Co. Engineer Wade (brother to the Opposition leader), who is ( in charge of the Bnrriuju-:k works, declares that the bricks from the State works are the best be has ever pnfc into a job. ' Mtthomaxiac' is the name now given to chronic liars. Now for a vaccine that,...

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

M0THEE 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 Eemedy, 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 in medioino,

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

W€itei life. ? A ? _ Jeremy Taylor is the author of the following paragraph ou the advan tages of marraige . — ' Marriage has in it less of beauty, bat more of safety, than the single life ; it hath no more ease, but less danger; it is more merry and more sad; it is fuller of sorrows and fuller of joys ; ifc lies under more bur dens, but is supported by all the strengths of love and charity, and those burdens are delightful. Mar riage is the mother of the world, and preserves kingdoms, and fills cities and churches and Heaven itself. Celibacy, like the fly in the heart of the apple, dwells in perpetual sweet ness, but sits alone, and is confined and dies in singularity; but marriage, like the usefnl bee, builds a house and' gathers sweetness from every flower, and labors and unites into societies and republics, and sends out colonies, and feeds the world with delicacies, and exercises many virtues, and pro moteo the interest of mankind, and is that state of good to which is designed...

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

\fepgs^ 'The Cook's Best Friend.' ..! ' / TS&jS^ You can always be sure of getting your cake 'just i * right M when you use ' Good Shot n Baking Powder. Its regular use prevents cooking worries. Absolutely pure and always reliable. Get a tin , to-day. Accept no substitute. D. MITCHELL & CO.. LTD., Proprietor*, 153 Clwenc* St., Sydney. t j ; ?, i ? , ? , i,mw ? ?,M.^.-n- , . , for ... '^' ? w^°'m ? m-l i No. 891.— Set. Gold Fancy V| Brooch, with Heart Drop. N S/6. . '-, rr _ ,. . : \ 0»JLNo. 985.— 9ct. Gold Bar and Heart B@K^ Floral Brooch,- S/~. ?? ' No 990.— 9ct. Gold Bar and Circle ' Brooch, set Garnet Centre, 5,'-. '. iN'o. 938.— 3ct. u^. . Bar and Eiri K ooch, with Ameth-st Turquoise i or Oar,.ct Diop, S/6. let. Gold Brooch, set Pearls and Turquoise, 18/6. Send for Jewellery PRICE LIST, ' Post F.ee on request. POSTAGE EXTRA. 9c'. Gold Brooch, set Pea Is and Peri dots. 17 ii. o 9S2.— 9ct. Gold Fancy Bar and Circle Brooch, with Garntt in Centre, 6/-. No. 971.-9ct. ...

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

AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY. go obtain the best results from our labours it is absolutely necessary that our tools of trade should be the very best. It is not reasonable to suppose that we can excel in any vocation if we are handicapped in our work by inferior tools and instruments, or bv machinery which is not of the best. It is a most profound truth that the best is always the cheapest. There is great satisfaction in knowing that we have procured tho best equipment possible, as we are thereby encouraged to take greater interest in our work and the results should be doubly grat ifying to us, for when tbe machinery runs smoothly and no broak-down occurs the pleasure of working is increased by the profitableness of same. These are the reasons why the 'Alfa-Laval' Cream Separators and the 'L-K-G' Milking-machines bold such an affectionate place in the minds of all dairy farmers. Many a man has been helped to a position of prosperity and independence by means of these two famous pieces of da...

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

WAVING- made a large purchase of ®£ Flannelettes and Dress ^ Materials si muck below their usual -m 'prices, we wish to bring the value of these goods before your — ^^ 9 These are smoothed=faced in small spots and striped on navy grounds— 6d per yard, worth 9d. Tilconette f lomielcttc : Good heavy make in mottled grey, pink, and fawn — 8d yard, worth lOd. In mottled grey and fawn — 6d a yard. creum HaiiKlette : §p« Flannelette : Heavy make, 30 & 32 inch | In pretty stripes, 32 inch wide-6d and 7^d. wide. Our own importation, guaranteed to wear, 32in. & 36in. cream, white, and pretty stripes. Frentwilia Flannelette : In appearance like all = wool French flannel, cosy & warm Pretty stripes, soft shades, suitable for Gents' Pyjamas. GoitBlonsings: Dress Twe«l$: In light & dark g ounds. [ 40in. wide-1/2, worth 1/6 HERRINGBONE NAVY SERGE : | HERRINGBONE AMAZON: All wool, 42in., 2s, worth 2/9 | All wool, 2/3, worth 3/ 'Will not spot with rain. In navy, blac...

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

Postal Information. flvt AJ-'-'S are despatched from Cau jfjLT Jl delo as follows: SYDNEY, 5 p.m. every day but Sat BEGA, 5 p.m. every day. TANTOWANGLO, 9 a.m. Friday. CLARKSON'S CROSSING, 12.30 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. TOOTHDALE, 0 a.m. Wed. ;Ld fcmfci WYNDHAM, 11 a.m. Saturday. \

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

Light hearts are beating, young voices greeting, Young folks are jolly and brimming with fnn, But one is retreating, waits for no ~ greeting, Sadly he sneezes — his 'flu has begun! One will pursue him, whisper this to him Take my advice — and Woods' Pep perraiut Cure! Away with. your sorrow — 'flu gone to morrow,. Thousands have done so before I am sure.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 29 June 1912

MAILS ARRIVE. SYDNEY, 8 a.m. every day but Mon BKGA, 8 a.m. everyday. TANTOWANGLO, 12.30 Friday. ' CLARKSON'S CROSSING, 11.80 a.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. TOOTHDALE, noon Wed. and Sat WYNDHAM, 10.55 a.m. Saturday. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

Shire council. ^EQUislTJO.vs were, dealt with at the laat meeting of Imlay Shire Council as follows: — From Candelo Progress Association asking that fie Candelo-Bega road be 2ri'avelled opposite the Candelo Show ground, that portion of the road being in an unsatisfactory condition. — The Engineer was instructed by the Coun cil to report on the work and supply au estimate of the cost. From Candelo Progress Association, asking that the Candelo-Bega road be gravelled from the place where Con tractor Eraser's wo''k finished to the top of Norman's Hill. — Engiueer in structed to inspect ind report. From Candelo Progress Association, expressing regret that the Council had not laken up the suggestion of MumLulla Shire Council that a bridge he contructed over the Tantawanglo River, and stating that it was the in tention of the Association to make- an effort to have the rnaiu Cooma to Eden mail brought via that route, which would mean a 12 hours earlier delivery at Candelo. — On the motion o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

MM MM ffl. I M0RUYA. 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 Eridav evening.) COOMA. CAR leaves BEGA 10 o'clock TUESDAYS and ERIDAYS, returning WEDS, and SATURDAYS. B0MBALA. CAR leaves Cooma at 9.30 MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, returning ssCme day. K0SK1USK0. DAILY SERVICE from COOMA, running al ternate weeks. Eor further particulars, apply A.0. MANNS, HABBLBItY I - FA2T0Y G00DB ! il ' ii ? 11 ? ? J: If ~ ~ jf'. If Y°u ji You Want Jg l! Want a 111 felt . aset Good . I; of Saddle. jj Harness. ~i t? r - GO TO - - F. J. RYAN'S. - PIUCE AM) QUALITY GUARANTEED. All the latest designs in Stationery, Toys, Books, School and Artists' Re quisites. A Choice Assortment of Suitable Birthday Books and Presents, and many other lines to numerous to particularize. A cordial invitition is extended to all to call and inspect the above lines. The Latost Fashion Journals, weekly and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

SUFFERED THREE YEARS. 'For three long years I suffared contin ually from relaxed throat and cold on the chest,' writes Mr. J. R. Craig. Jnr„ 467 Nicholson Street,' North Carlton, Vic ?' I could not shake this cold off. I tried everything without getting any relief. A friend recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy and I am very thankful that he did for I cannot speak too highly of It, It gave me immediate relief and quickly cured me.' Sold by all dealers in medicine, WASTE PA**ER — Suitable for packing or parcelling purposes, FOR SA.LB AT THE 'RECORD' OEEICE

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

For Chronic Chest Compl&iutu, Wcods' great Peppermeut Cure, 1/6

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

Canuelo Coach & Factory. WHITE H AIQ i) HAMMOND, Coachbuilders & General Blacksmiths. ? . p L A C K S M [ '1 H I N G N O T I C E Wm. McCarthy, Wheelwright and General Blacksmith, NEAR TRAFFIC BRIDGE, CANDELO Wheel wrigli ting and Blacksmitliing iD their various branches carried on on the premises. Repairs neatly and prom pity ex ecuted. HORSESHOEING a Speciality ? ? Could not Eat Everything turned acid on her Stomach. Also suffered from Varicose Veins which ulcerated on account of a low condition of health. After the best Doctor's treatment failed Mrs. Cooper cured herself with Clements Tonic. People who are ill, with bad sleep, poor appetite, biliousness, sick head ache, sluggish liver, or anaemia, or poor blood, should read this letter, of this wonderful cure : 20 Franklin-street, Adelaide, 22/6/10. Clements Tftnic Limited. I am pleased to inform you of the great benefit received from Clements Tonic. I was a great sufferer from indigestion, ? so bad that everything...

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Tantawanglo Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

TCRlfWIIflt SOCiflS. 1 ^antawanglo is a live little com munity, and the folk there often ac complish things for the general good which. put centres of population* in a back seat. Especially do they excel when their efforts are aimed at a philanthropic object. Such was the social held ou Weduesday night in the old church building for the purpose of raising the necessary funds to erect a picket fence -md gate at their pretty little sanctuary 011 the hill. The effort was one of the most successful of the kind yet held in that building, both as rogards finance and general enjoyment. The proceeds amounted to £G, the atteudance numbering nearly 35 couples — the biggest dancing crowd ever assembled in the old building. The hall was tastefully decorated with ferns and greenery, for which pleasing feature Messrs Irviu, F. and J. Tapper were responsible. Visitors were present frora Candelo, Bemboka, Cathcart, aud Bibbenluke, and the Tantawahglo residents showed their appreciation of this wide...

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Purple Patches [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

Pirik Patcbes [FROM CURRENT LITERATURE,] ^hose who are intolerant become intolerable. A man may get a good start but he has to dynamite his way to the front by himself. , . A reputation once broken may pos sibly be repaired, but the world will always keep its eye on the place where the crack was. Git hat hopes make great people. To.be successful you must play the part. The man who is ever muttering to himself is talking to a fool. To sweep the kiteheu may be as surely a call of God as te found an empire or to rule a world. ' I would bo true for there are those who trust me. I would be pure for there are thoso who care.' No man can ever be great who is not willing that many should think little of him. Some brave men are like bull-dogs — they haven't sense enough to be afraid of anything. It's good business when a fellow has not much behind his forehead, to throw out his chest and attract attention to his shirt front. The man who defrauds makes holes in his owu pockets by which he los...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

Chief Secretary's Department, Sydney, 10th June, 1912. WHEREAS by the 11th section of the 'Fisheries Act. 1902,' as amended by the 8th section of the 'Fisheries (Amendment) Act, 1910' it is enacted (inter alia) that the Board of Fisheries for New South Wales may, by notice in the Gazette from .time to time, declare tnat any specifiedjffiidal oj^inland water or portion thereof Jpall . \M closed against the taking of gay naueSd species of fish by any specific^! mean^during any speci fied time in a|ly year/fProvided that the Board may, Jin lili# manneg® rescind or vary any Juch nffitice. An if whereas by the 'Fisheries (Miendmenpf Act, 1910.' the Board of Fis$jrie3 wasl^dissolved, and the powers, dutps, and authorities of the Board were /jested im the Minister, and the wojsis ' the JSioard' and 'such Board' whejSver appearing in the 'Fish- eries Act, jju2,' are {b be read as ''the Minister'^ Now, therefore, the Minister, in pursuaffce of the powers conferred by the said acts, does here...

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A Skating Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

k SMiiig iisaster. ^iie Coonabarabran Clarion tells how pride had a nasty fall : — She was a dainty, demure little _damsel, with a Grecian bend aud a' lot of talk, and the other night, when she tripped round to the skating rink and wit nessed several youug lady learners iu unladylike attitudes on the floor, she exclaimed : ' What a clumsy lot of girls ! I could do ever so much better than that.' ' Why don't you try ?' urged her friend. So she did. First one of her legs tried to part company with the other, her mouth opened, she clawed great chunks of air with both hands, cue wildly swinging hand 'catching a passing skater fair on the ' bugle,' and final 'y both legs shot jnto the air, and she landed with a sickening, thud, just closing her mouth in time to prevent her false teeth from falling: on1-' On the way home her friend was heard to remark something about a pity bustles were not in vogue.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

* BARGHIN TIME * -A-t £z .COLLIKTB' Great cash Sal®. Where One Pound Will Nearly Go as Far as Two. ? 'We are making sweeping reductions in the prices of our General Drapery, Clothing, Millinery, and Boots and Shoes, preparatory to Stocktaking. You will save money by buying at this sale. Modern business demands that each season should be commenced with a Fresh New Stock, therefore Clearing bales are a necessity. ^ The cold weather has yet to come, so this should prove a timely sale for all who require 'WINTER DRAPERY AT LOW CASH PRICES. o VT t txto MURPHY & COLLINS. NOTE THE REDUCTIONS : 7'! DRESS GOODS. i REDUCED from —to s d s d Assorted colours in Heavy Dress Tweeds, mostly dark colours. 38in. to 40in. wide 1 0 yd 9 ., „ 1 6 1 3 Black and Navy Serges heavy ( weight and nearly all wool 19 14 Grey Dress Tweed, very ser viceable and a good cloth, 42in. wide ... ??? 1 7» 1 5 Wool & Cotton Dress Tweeds assorted colours, 36iu. 1 3i 1 0 Navy and Black Cicilian, a good lus...

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