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Marriage Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

mrriop Statistics. Australia's youngest widower is only 17 years of age, while two men of 19 are divorced. The youngest married woman is 14 years of age, while widows include one of 15 years, two of 16 years, and three of eighteen years. One girl of 18 yeais is divorcea. l wenty-seven married men are centeuariaus, while only eight single men are more than 100 years old, which speaks well for matrimony, and appears to give the lie to the old i gibe that married life is not longer than single life, but only seems longer to those who have tried it. The point is emphasised by the statistics of women, as out of 29 centenarians only two are single. The married -persons in Australia at the census in April, last year, wore 1,469,622, and the unmarried 2,783,363. In the ten years preceding that census the mar ried people increased by 337,363, and the unmarried by 318,580. Within the same period the divorced persons gi'ew in number from 2375 to 4500.

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 — 6 July 1912

Preliminary ^ : # Mm Announcement U ?©?oeeooooooooecooooooGO®®®®0®00®0000®®0®*00000000000 THIS IS BARGAIN NEWS-THAT I T.TIUSjJ.'S i ^)(3LlT(^(SlBFi ' I Iff ' ' V- -F3 Ml MM [ifcEL [ — COMMENCES. I This Day Week, j j JULY 13, j As Usual it Means | [! A DELIGHTFUL TIME I |0i a THRIFTY PEClgLE. Reserve voir Buying For lis FEAST ®F BARGAINS. 'LTEMm&GO. The, Busy Z tor WJ 'ifj VLJ vw r LL Persons desiring Special Travelling Accomodation r throughout the Southern Districts should apply to — p as. | r Coach Proprietor, CANDELO. ^ k C©infortahle Yeliicles Provided, and the Best Horses on f p the Road. J Dirmpery | . I lAfK have now opened up, and are sliow | MS ing a beautiful display ' of Winter | Goods. Ladies Costume Cloths, in all the latest - \ | shades. | This is the weather that makes you feel as if | you want a nice warm costume at a reasonable 1 figure. - | Come and inspect our Special Values. They 1 are bound to interest you, for the value cannot ?_ be beaten. T- &...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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30 YEARS OF FAITHFUL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

30 YEARS OF FAITHFUL SERVICE. of us recognise and appreciate faithful seivice whether it be service rendered by the Statesman aud the Soldier to t lie Empire, or whether it be in the humbler sphere of civic and private life, we are always willing to testify and acknowledge in generous terms the faithful labours and high sense of duty set before us. in com mercial circles as well as in all other S| heres of usefulness we always ad mire and appreciate faithful service Tt is thus with the 'Alfa-Laval' Cream Separator : for 30 years it has proved itself to be a mver failing friend of I he dairyman, it has been his friend earning profits aud lessen ing his labours when frequently the clouds were very black, and it is therefore natural, in fact, only to be «1AI£„ r ? I' IMUI/ LUC /V 1 I tl~ JJaY cl 1 bUUUlU enjoy such a unique sffeetion and regard in the minds of people enga-ged in dairying. The sales to date of the 'Alfa-Laval' Separators considerably exceeds one and a quarter million an...

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

FRIENDS' ADVICE PROVED GOOD. ''My son Robert had colds and croup and my daughter Nellie bronchitis, caus ing me considerable worry,' says Mrs E. Clelaud, 'Aetonia,' Bruce Street, Stan more, N. S. W. ''Mrs Robinson, of Church Street, Parramatta, told me to try Cham berlains Cough Remedy — said she sirore by it and would not be without it. One large bottle completely cured them. Now that I know the merits of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 1' do not worry about tak ing my children to a doctor.' Sold by all dealers in medicine.

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Candelo Common Trust. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

cqiMo common Trust UK regular monthly meeting of the U.-mdi-io Commons Trust w„s held on Monday night last. There were present, Trustees J. Dillon (chair), C Johnson, A. 0. Maims, L. Holz hauser, P. Beresford, and Secretary O. A. (jreen. The miuutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. New accounts amounting lo £5 7s were passed for payment, on the motion of Messrs Manns aud Johnson. Mr. Carpenter wrote notifying the Trust that he intended wire netting his propertj' on the commou boundary fpr half the cost of which the Trust would be responsible. —The letter was received and held over to be dealt with at nt xt meeting. Rabbiters' reports were presented. Messrs Roherts and Holzhauser re ported having killed 425 rabbits in No. 3 paddock from June 10th to3)tl\ Messrs Hammond and Holzhauser reported having killed 035 in No. 1 paddock in the same period. I he Chairman pointed out that rab' its were particularly plentiful in No. 3 paddock, in fact there were enough there to e...

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

I ' wi BTWBT ] .MfMli-S' INTERESTSI I HiSHSiS. To Advertisers.— All new adver- f tisements will be received up till ;g. 12 a.m. on Friday of each week, but alterations in standing advts. |- must reach us on or before each J: AYednesday, otherwise they cannot Jr! be reset for the current issue. Job Printing;. — Business men and the general public are reminded that : j job printing of every description is j artistically and promptly executed ! at this office, and we solicit a fair ; comparison with the prices andwork | manship of metropolitan printers. | | To Contributors. — Whilst we un i hesitatingly throw our columns open j ! to contributed articles on any sub-., i | joet, we reserve the- right to veto ; i any contribution or- sentence of a | | contribution which we „ consider to j be libellous or se'dilious. . Should a ! | writer assume a 110111 de plume, the I real name of the writer must accom- j pany the manuscript, not for pub- I lication, but as an assurance of good faith to ...

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

WI WWBMBM 'i AMKRFORTHK P10PLE ; ' Ksaicas, To Our Renders. — Wo would ask you to help us in the compilation of a thoroughly representative newspajjer by forwarding at your earliest con- | venience information that will be i of public interest. Send accounts of j public and social events in your i neighborhood, such as weddings, or deaths, accidents, matters touching j the industries, concerts, &c. In this | way you will do much toward adver- j iising your particular part of the electorate. ! Should you fail to secure your, copy of the ' Record ' regularly, a | complaint made lo us will result in prompt investigation of the matter' Our numerous regular corrcspon- j dents are requested to forward all j matter to reach us before the day of : publication. The editor specially j desires that correspondents will j take an interest in having their j locality mentioned in the ' Record's ' j weekly budget of news. j

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Local & General [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

Local & General Butter 140s in Sydney ; maize 5s. Farmer's and Settler's meet this afternoon. Sixty couples attended the annual R.O: Ball in Bega. Mr. ancl Mrs. T. Rixon are leaving Tathra to reside 111 Sydney. Cooma blacksmiths have iucreased shoeing oharges. Light horses' shoes to 6s a set. Kameruka Estate employs a special ist in rabbit slaughtering, and it is 6aid that he ' can kill 'em.' A couple of chaps have a veritable gold-mine in the privilege of picking up the dead, for which, we understand, they pay only a small royalty. On Monday next, at Bemhoka, Mr. W111. Rixou will ulitsr by auction an attractive schedule of blocd horses, farming implements, machinery, dairy utensils, furniture, etc , on account of Mr. W. A. Wilson. See advt. The following aie the Candelo Junior Footballers selected to play for the Chris Nolan Clip in Bega next Wednesday : — Back, W. Holzhauser ; f, C. Ryan, E. Shooks, E. Holzhauser, J. Tapper ; §, C. Power ; 5. C. Mit chell ; forwards, D. Da...

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

PICTURE FRAMING, GLASS CUTTING \ Etc. E. EVANS FRUITERER & CONFECTIONER, CANDELO, ?V- N NO U N G the sane nil public that ?M; he is cipiiting/ui UP-TO-DATE inCTURE-FRAmNGpUSINESS at his well-known prejmp»^rext^a^sSaddlery First-class and/aili orders ] promptly aj^tastei^illy gSecuysfl. A. complete asaprtmeab of^iouldings to select from, ff ' GLASS - CUTTING A ^SPECIALTY. Glass cut to any size. A Taried stock of high-class Confec tionery, Fruit, Etc. 'Phone No, 4 Surgery. No. 47 Residence Mr. MeKern, Mr. Dingle. Dental Surgeons, Avcldancl Street Beget . MR. DINGLE will visit CANDELO on Wednesday, July 3 and 17 and each alternate 'Wednesday thereafter and may be consulted at Miller's Royal 1. B. BUSH, b.d.s. (University of Sydney.) AND IV. H. MARSHALL, (University of Sydney). —LATE ORMISTON & BUSH— DENTISTS, Bega. 3Ir. IV. H- Marshall, B.D.S., will visit the undermentioned places on the following dates: — CbBARGo — Wad. June 5th to Sat. Jnne 8th Central Tilba. — iton. ...

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

NOT FEELING TOO GOOD. ' I was not feeliug too good for months, and being a sufferer from constipation 1 tried Chamberlain's Tablets and found them really splendid,' writes Mr. Arthur Bradbmy, Provision Merchant, 140 Smith Street, Collingwoed, Yic. ' They certainly made me feel good after I had taken a few doses. Chamberlain's Tablets are the best medicine I have ever used. I often take a dose and would not be without them.' Sold by all dealers in medicine.

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

DAILY MISHAPS. Stocking Dye Caused Blood Poisoning. Awful Wound Healed by Zam-Buk. HI^RS. Alice Winchester, of 87 Reser voir Street, Surry. Hills, Sydney, says : 'While hurrying to answer the door, my dress caught in a board, which fell on my ankle a: id broke the stein. Mme aye rrom my siocKing entered the injury and started blood poisoning. My foot became inflamed and the pain was agonising, becoming so bad that I could not sleep at night, aud my general health was affected. I had a fearful foot, for I could not get about to do anything, aud became most miserable. After hearing of some excellent cures by Zam-Buk, I purchased a supply and began treating the injury with it. In a short time I was glad to 6nd Zam-Buk was asserting its soothing influence, for all iufkmation and pain were allayed and bad matter withdrawnjfrora the wound. I per severed with Zam-Buk until my foot was completely better and every trace of blood-poison had vanished. We are never without a supply of Zam Buk i...

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Racing Rules. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

Racing Rules. 'j£ he following rules may be included in the new set of racing regulations which have beeu adopted by the lead ing clubs . — I. No jockey, when steadying his horse at a critical moment in the straight, shall create between hi3 left aud right haud pull a greater differ ence than a force of 27001bs., other wise the horse is apt to notice the difference and to twerve into a bad position behind the leaders. 2. When weighing out, no jockey may engage a friend to hide under the scales, and tip the balance with a cord. This is magnificent, bat it is not sport. 3. It shall be illegal to aay ' You are on a tenner ' to a jockey who rides in front of you and will not let you through. 4. The ' Dead March ' shall be played by the band when an owner looks pleased because his horse stirted favorite and lost. 5. ' Dead heat ' shall not be con strued to mean a horse starting in a sweat after a dope. 6. When 12 outsiders win in suc cession the bell shall be rung three times — the warni...

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

HAVE YOU ANY LUNG TROUBLE? Peps the Safe and Effective Remedy for Coughs, Colds and Bronchitis. Jl^r this time of the year a really safe 'and handy household medicine for throat aud chest ailments is a necess ity in every home. Cough', colds, s~ore throats, bron chitis, and kindred evils are too com mon, but much serious mischief can be avoided by the prompt use of Peps, the new breathable medicine which goes straight to the lungs, aud gives the mother a safe and effective means of ensuring that her children can brave the cold weather without dan ger to their delicate chests. There is no minor ailment that pulls the general 'health down iike frequent cold?, which if neglected or wrongly treated, too often lay the seeds to consumption. By keeping Peps always handy in the home and giving them to the children whenever a cough or cold threatens, or hoarse- . ness indicates soreness in the throat, the danger will be averted. Peps contain no opium or harmful drugs, but the great feature t...

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 — 6 July 1912

r 'IE'? feg^w» famous -^1 ffixmM, \ GROCERY- J§ ^p3pM \TOSCES ? ? ? ? ? — . ? % . All Aboard: All ? aboard the through train ! It has never been known to go over — but invariably under 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. H 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. H I HERRINGS— tin doz. I Fresh, New Season's, 5d. 4/9 I In Tomato Sauce, best brands - 6*2d. 6/3 Kippered - - 7d. 6/6 OYSTERS — Kensett's 6d. 5/6 SALMON-Scroll Brand 1/- 11/9 Unicorn Brand, lib tins 105^d. 10/3 LING FISH— 6Md. per lb. ; a by the fish - - 6d. I SARDINES— j New Season's, \£\ b. tin 4d. 3/9 i Superior, ^lb. tin - 5^d« 5/3 | BLOATER PASTE 1 Morton's, 3oz. tins ? 2/4d'* 2/3 y SUG...

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

Every cook likes to ^et good |jT!aasS,3S^ results and that's winy every ?jA\\\ cook should use 'Good Shot' Baking Powder. It can be de pended upon at all times. 'Good Shot' makes dainty and easily digested scones, cakes and biscuits, light pie - crusts, and wholesome pud dings. Excellent ' The Cook's also for bread. Best Friend.' Absolutely pure, always reliable, ./©V and most economi- © ®\ cal in use. Your grocer sells' 'Good Shot' Baking ^ Powder. Get a tin ^LA to-day. D. MITCHELL & CO., LTD. BAM r^^^pWDER r«r| ANTHONY HORDERHS' f~~: ❖ ^ ' I -- | CM JUNIOR SAFETY RSZ9B j A ^ THE BLADE is the first thing to consider in a Razor ; it does the shaving. The ^ fo BLADES first made the FAME of the GEM JUNIOR. Tl:ev arc produced from the ^ I best liAZOlt STKKL, tempered bv a PKOCKSS that Fives a KKKN, LASTLNG EDGE. 0 ^ The STEEL is so SL PEK10U, the TEMPER and EDGE so FINE, that STROPPING ' ^ S makes them as (NOD AS EVER. - ♦ A feature of ti e -GEM JUNIOR is the NEW BAH, which SMO...

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

Things General! The I. S.N. Co. have purchased the steamer Uralla from the Alleu-Tavlor Company, and propose to change its name to The Tilba. The Rev. G. Logan has resigned from the Presbyterian charge of Cooma and West Monaro. The Rev. B. Brown of Bega hns been appointed Interim Moderator of Session. Mr. Jos Keys, now resident at Liv erpool, is transporting a consignment of pure bred Jerseys from bis Clyde Bank estate, Bemboka, to the far corth. They were to have been trucked at Cooma at the end of this week. The price paid for rabbits delivered at all stations on the Cooma line is per pair. The gas went out at the R. C. Ball at Pambula last week, at which 50 couples attended. The darkness caused confusion. Master C. W. Gaunson, of Cathcart, has received an appointment to the Bank of Australasia at Parkes. He left last week to take up the position. A recent ball and Cinderella in aid of the Holy Cross Convent at Cooma netted the sum of £134. The Hon. D. R. Hall, solicitor gen eral,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

^HK almost unanimous decision of the Oandelo Farmers and Settlers' Association to plump at the Confer enca for the formation of a new political party, to be distinct from the parties which now hold the two ends of Government, is an open expression that in this centre, as evory where, there is a strong underlying current of popular dissatisfaction with the performances and promises of the actors in the political drama' of the dt.y. It has ever been fairly clear to us that the active political opinion of our time is largely of of the anti variety. Electors' are veiy generally divided into anti-Liberals and anti Labor enthusiasts, but when it comes to an examination of the positive side of the popular mind in political matters it will be found that the average man in the street or on the farm has not auy overmastering affec tion for the fellow who gets his vote at election time, though he grows enthusiastic in bis absolute lack of love for the other fellow. Besides ostensible dissatisf...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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News & Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

News & Notes. There are now 400 Farmers and Settlers' Associations in tbe country. It is said that love gives more pleasure thau any otber kind of amuse ment. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods Great Peppermeut Cure, 1/G. If girls cultivated their dispositions as assiduously as they do their com plexions there would be few old bactelors. Mr. Alfred Rya^, of Spring Plain, Cooma, took the championship prize for ram in the Farmers' Section at the Sydney Shevp Show this week. Mi ss Anne Morgan*, daughter of Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan, has formed a club aud employed a staff of Japanese ji'u-jitsu experts to give instructions to New York working girls. The Minister for Works' action in I ordering the dismissal 0'f the men employed on the Botany . sewerage who are not satisfied with 9s a day, fairly clearly indicates that Mr. Griffiths is a man who will stick at a fair thiug and let the unions go hang. Magnet's Wolumla scribe says: The new landlady is daily expected to take over the hotel...

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

Ml Dorrop. (From Our Correspondent.) Mr. Flower had a hurried call to the north last week, ;uid he left with out delay. It is understoo 1 that his ' mother has not beer. well. Messrs Knox are still buaily en gaged cutting down mint and other seedlings and suckers on Mr Flowers holding. The rains have hindered the work. The dairymen supplying cream to the Cathcart factory from this place have ceased sending their quota for a time. The cows wilj do bettei by having a short rest before they come in again. The settlers are waiting for a visit of the new engineer for the shire, to look at the grade to Cai.delo. Last week we had a slight fall of snow which, however, soon disappear ed. The rains of the last 10 days have been very unusual at this time of the vear — that is, the direction from which they have come, the North. To show the mildness of the season flowers are still blooming here, iu cluding carnations, chrysanthemums, phlox, snapdragons, wall-flower, pausies, etc.

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

New Unionism. are in receipt of a copy of the report of the annual conference of the new industrial organisation known as the^Independent Workers' Federation, also a copy of the Gazette, the official organ of the movement, printed in Melbourne. So far this organisation ouly numbers 5,000 members, aud in N.b.W. it has attracted only scant attention, but it is a movement with striking possibilities, aud, therefore, interesting. Here is an abbreviation of its con stitution : — (1). The peaceful settle ment of all Labor problems. (2). Op position to sfci'ikes, lockouts, picketing and boycotting. (3). Recognition of the identity of interest between em ployer aud employee. (4). Advance ment of members' education. (5). To securing just return in wages for labor given. (G). Assisting mem bers in difficulties. (7). Recognition of principle of Brotherhood beweeu mau and man. (8). To securing em ployment for members. The fighting platform of the organi : satiou reads : — (1). Equal- oppor tuni...

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