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

WAS A COMPLETE CRIPPLE. Mr. Charles Lincoln of Richmond, Tas., was a complete cripple .with muscular rheumatism and could not get about. He started using Chamberlain's Pain Balm and after a few applications the pains were easier aud soon left him altogether. He is now well, is 52 years old, and earning his living as a general laborer. We hope that sufferers from rheumatism will not need further evidence in regard to thi3 liniment. 'Sold by all dealers in medicine.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Day's Sport for Candelo FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ON THE MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

Days Sport tor candelo FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ON THE MOVE. JL, .meeting of the united Friendly Societies of Candelo was held or. Saturday night last with the object of promoting a day's sport. There were present, Messrs Walter Collins, Jno. Coman, J. Kennedy, B. Wiley (Hiber nians), J. Corbett, L. Lazarus, C. Ryan and C. Greig (Oddfellows). On the motion of Messrs Corbett aud Greig, Mr. W. Coilius was voted to tne chair. Mr. C. Greig was appointed Secre tary, on the motion of Messrs Corbett and Coman. Mr. Coman moved, and . Mr. Ryan seconded, that a day's sport be held. — Decided upon. Proposed by Mr. Corbett, seconded by Mr. Coman, that the sports be held on the Showground. — Carried. On the motion of Messrs Corbett and Lazarus, the 11th September was fixed upor. as the date for the func tion. It was also resolved, on the motion of Messrs Lazarus and Keuredy, that a plain and fancy dress ball be held on the night of the sports. The Secretary was instructed, on the motion of Messrs Laza...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

Football. JL, he following teams will meet in Bega to-day : — Candelo Tigers. Back : L. Lazarus; three-quarters, F. Collins, W. Collins, E. Collins, A. Alexander ; five-eight, F.Thomas; half, R. Ellis ; Forwards, P. Comau, W. Wilton, j. Comnn, C. Ellis. W. Clarke, A. Hanlon, W. Johnson, W. Kineally. Emergency: J. Collins. Bega Gyms. Foley, Howard, Manion, Dickens, Collitt. Carrol, Ryan, Britten, Under bill, Moreiug, Boardmm, Byrnes, Tonkin, Walker, Rankin.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS ABROAD. FIXTURES AND RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 July 1912

AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS ABROAD. FIXTURES AND RESULTS. May G — Notts, Australia beaten by six wickets. May 9— Northamptonshire. Australia won by an innings an 64 runs, May 13 — Essex. Australia won by an innings and 132 runs. May 16— Surrey. Australia won hy seven wickets. May 20 — M.C.C, Australia won by five wickets May 23 — Oxford University. Australia won by ten wickets. May 27 — South Africa (first test). Aus tralia won by an innings and 88 runs, May 30 — Warwickshire. Abandoned in the second inninss on account of rain Australia had 7 wickets in hand and only wanted 73 to win, J une 3 — Middlesex. Abandoned through i rain, Australia having a big lead. I June 6— Cambridge University. Aban doned after the first innings. . Australia i 255, Cambridge all out 81. ' June 10 — Yorkshire. Abandoned, with Australia wanting 66 to win with 4 wicket* j in hand. June 13 — Lancashire. Australia lout by 24 runs. June 17 — Surrey. Australia defeated by 21 runs. Juue 20 — Somerset. Australia won b...

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

Some soak their feet in mustard baths, and some Swear by the potent liquor known as 'mm. Ah ! take but Woods' and let the others go. Straight to his Peppermint Cure all colds succumb. They say the plaster aud the poultice keep Their hold in many a home, still rooted deep, Such ancient remedies are not for us, Woods' Peppermint Cure is best, yet O ! how cheap!

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

[?] Bkvsx Saturday Candelo assailed the Bega Gyms for the recovery of the lost 'bit of a cnp.' They lined out with a good fifteen, counting man for man, having been substantially rein forced by recruits from the fragments of Bemboka's erstwhile squad of foot bailers. Bega, naturally, pitted tbe best available against them, and suc ceeded, atter a tight tussle, in main taining their right to tho booty which they gallantly wrested from this city a few weeks ago. Mr. Grassick man ipulated the whistle, and judging from tbe enthusiastic eulogy of the boys who were beaten, Bega should heart ily congrttulate itself upon the pos session of a 'referee of uncommon ability. The Candelo players say, 'Not a single toot of the whistle could be questioned,' and coming from a defeated team that slice of criticism stands as a monument to the referee. The game ended Bega 9, Candelo 4. It is estimated that 500 people wit nessed the match, and something over £8 was taken at the gate. Quite a crowd, inc...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Local & General [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

Local & General Bega Gymnasium Club has a mem bership of 160. Fine ! New advertiser in the Record — Mr. A. Spencer, dentist, Sylney. Will our advance subscribers please note that this month is the first in the quarter. ' Our advertisers' demand for extra space ctfrtails the news matter in this issue. Local storekeepers are cutting prices to the bone in their winter clear ence sales. See for yourself on anot her page. Mr. Gr. F. Verxon, dentist, is main taining his practice in Candelo by regular fortnightly visits. Mr. Vernon may be consulted at Manns' Hotel on the I8lh, 19th, and 20th July and every alternate week from Thursday to Saturday. Our local teacher, Mr. B. H. G. .Jea cocke, is organising a grand social for next Wednesday night in the local School of Arts. The effort has the worthy object of raising fuuds where- - with the school tenuis court will be re novated for the benefit of the school children and there is no doubt the pub lic will give it due support. W e are...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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THANKSGIVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

THANKSGIVING. Glorious weather, sound in health ; Business brisk, tho' tardy wealth ; Since competition rules the price Of everything thats' cheap and nice. Ozone-delight and vital vigor, Restoring brain, with graceful figure Romeo-Juliet sort of place, Love's delight at virtue pace.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

The nen is mightier than the sword, The rifle or (he gun, Ten thousand battles it has fought, Ten thousand battles won. But here's a mightier power still, A conqueror that's sure, It vauquishes our coughs and colds, It's Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. SUFFERED THREE YEARS. 'For three long years I suff ared contin ually from relaxed throat and cold on the chest,' writes Mr. J. R. Craig1. Jnr„ 407 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,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

' HOT withL^M Canaelo Coach & Buggy Factory. WHITE' AND HAMM0SD, Coachbuilders & General Blacksmiths. gLACKSAlIlHING NOTICE Wheelwright and G eneral Blacksmith, NEAR TRAFFIC BRIDGE, CANDELO Wheelwrighting and Blacksmithing iD their various branches carried on on the premises. Repairs neatly and promplty ex ecuted. HORSESHOE [NG a Speciality DISEASES THAT HAVE FATAL ENJDINGS. Neurasthenia and Other Nerve Ailments. A NATURAL BUT POTENT REMEDY. Neurasthenia is one of the most com mon of nerve disorders. It has the most certain yet painful symptoms, which pave the way for both mental and or ganic disease. It is a disease of the aervous system which requires careful, correct treatment and rest. To have vigorous health is, as Shake speare says, 'a consummation devoutly to be wished,' and as all great achieve- ' ments are only obtained by strict ad herence to the laws of nature, so, in the treatment of disease, healthy condi tions can only be resitored by rational and sanat...

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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

School of Arts. H'iie Committee of the above met on Tuesday uight, when there ware pres ent: Mr. J. Byrnvs (chair), Dr. Cand lish, Messrs Jeacocke, J. Golden, O. Tortice, C. Grieg, W. White, T. Rob ertson, and Secretai-y C. A. Green. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Accounts were passed for payment, including an amount of £15/18/8 be ing the c.st of skates in connection with the riuk recently opened. Messrs Candlish and R. E. Johnson were appointed auditors of the finan cial statement to be submitted at tbe annual meeting for 1912. The Secretaries of the Methodist Church fair were granted the hall for 27th and 28th November. Tbe organiser of the General Poor Relief Fund applied for the free use of the hall ou 19th An g. — It was decided that the hall be granted for the tariff fixed for purposes of this character. It was agreed to purchase an extra seven pair of skates which had been received. It waB decided to meet ou Monday night uext to receive the Ann...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Tathra. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

Tithri. (From Our Correspondent). ^he S. S. Merimbula from Sydney again stood off iu the stream on Tues day (2nd inst) aud landed her passen gers iu the boat. This meaus of dis embarking would not be so bad if the Navigation Department saw fit to erect a reasonable lauding stage; the present means of jeopardising life and limb is a disgrace to those in authority. The steamer returned from southern ports on Wednesday, and after manceuvre ing in the stream for several hours, tied up at 2-30 p. m. aDd discharged a big general cargo ; then taking in the usual consignments, she got away north at 7 o'clock. We regret to state that Mr. T. Bar ber, carrier, whibt rolling a 2 cwt coil of wire, ''per misadventure let it fill on his ankle, severely bruising it and fracturing a small bone of his leg. Mr J. C. Behl with characteristic dis patch di'ove the sufferer to Bega for medical aid. Apropos, in the hurry and scurry of discharging and taking in cargo, seldom a week passes without mishap to ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Methodist. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

Methodist. v fHE quarterly meeting of offiicers in connection with the Candelo-Pambula Methodist Circuit was held in the local Church on Monday night. There were preseut: Messrs J. Wilkinson (chair), L. Holzhauser, R. Ellis, E. Holzhauser, and R. E. Johnson. Mr. Wilkinson (superintendent of the Circuit) reported upon the general work of the Church during the quar ter. The -Sunday School work at Candelo was being creditably main tained by Miss Leplaw ; and a School would be opened at Pambula at au early date. A choir bad been formed at Bemboka with good promise, and a Christian Endeavour movement was being inaugurated in Candelo. The fiuaucial statement showed a small deficit, but it was pointed ont that the annual special effort would place the circuit in a satisfactory finan cial position. The fund for the pui'pose of recog nising the devoted service of Miss Isabel Bower, lormerly organist of Candelo Church, who has entered the nursing profession in Sydney, vas olosed, and it was d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

Winter Drapery IlAFFt *iave 110 w °Pene^ up» anc^ are s^ow' W% 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 figure. Come and inspect our Special Values. They are bound to interest you, for the value cannot be beaten. Blankets - and - Bugs, ^jPH! Flannelettes and Flannels, | Blousing and Golfings. I CHILDREN'S WOOLLEN JERSEYS. Keep your Children Warm and Tidy. We have a large range, in a variety of colors. Give us a Call. M. Lazarus and Sons Gfrrea/fc JPiricQ Reducers. To TRAVELLERS. — Jjk LL Persons desiring Special Travelling Accomodation # Jg&a throughout the Southern Districts should apply to — - * she. | ' Coach Proprietor, CANDELO. # ^ Comfortable Vehicles Provided, and the Best Horses on % 5 the Road. ^ ASK l^OEg. BRUNTON'S FLOUR SALE! m SALE! SALE I ROBERTSON & COLLINS ON THE WARPATH AGAIN. Ml O ' VU 'lia- UtJ VUI HJLP-WJF'-mi...

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The Alta-Laval is the Easiest Cream Separator to Keep Clean. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

The Alta- Laval is the Easiest Cream Separator to Keep Clean. ^he improved Alfa-Laval bowl is ex ceptionally easy to wash aud keep clean. The discs and bowl shell have no perforation, corrogatiou or tubes such as are found in the interior de vices of other separator bowls, and by flushing the Alfa-Laval with skim milk when the separating is fiuished, any cream remaining in the bowl is easily forced out. This is not true of any other separator, a considerable quantity of oream being retained in the bowl after each operation, which not only makes it difficult to clean but also means considerable loss. After flushing. the Alfa-Laval bowl the discs are removed and given a thorough rinsing, a washing rod for this- pur pose is supplied with each machine. This allows the disss to be separated without displacing them from their regular order, and to be washed prac tically as a single piece when they can be huug up to d»y until their use is again required. The aforegoing are some of the reas...

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F. & S. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

F. s s. &§s®d0ti®i. JL UK Candelo Branch- of the Farmers and Settlers' Association met on Saturday afternoon for the purpoie of discussing the business paper of the forthcoming Conferer.ce and in structing the delegates ('Messrs J. Britten and Geo. Alcock) with refer ence to matters most important to this end of the State. There were present, Messrs P. J. Heffercan (chair) Thos. Heffernan, A. Solomon, R. Scott, Jno. Ramsay, Geo. Porter, R. Wilson, G. Goward, J. A. Gordou, H. P. Col lins And Secretary Geo. Alcook, . The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The Secretary re id the motion from Candelo urging the Government to extend the railway to Twofold Bay. Mr. T. Heffernan pointed out that the stumbling block to progress in this direction was the absence of any definite survey of a probable route. The Bes»boka Railway League had the promise of this survey before a League was formed at Candelo, but though Candelo League , had since been constantly urging...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

I | im mmmm J A PAPER FOR 11 PEOPLE j wmmmK \ To Our Readers. — We would ask you to help us in the compilation of a thoroughly representative newspaper j 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. j Should you fail to secure your j copy of the ' Record ' regularly, a ! complaint made to us will l-esult in prompt investigation of the matter j Our numerous regular correspon dents are requested to forward all j matter to reach us before the day of publication. The editor specially desires that correspondents will take an interest in having their j locality mentioned in the ' Record's ' Ij weekly budget of news.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

W! BIUBY | ADVERTISERS' INTERESTS | mmmsK j To Advertisers. — All new adver-- | tisements will be received up till ft 12 a.m. on Friday of each week, In but alterations in standing advts. jh must reach us on or before each | Wednesday, otherwise they cannot ji be reset for the current issue. I Job Printing. — Business men and jf' the general public are reminded that | job printing of every description is | artistically and promptly executed | at this office, and we solicit a fair I comparison with the prices and work- | manship of metropolitan printers. .fe To Contributors. — 'Whilst we un- | hesitatingly throw our columns open | to contributed articles on any sub- ; j ject, we reserve ihe right to veto ;| i y contribution or sentence ol- a I j contribution which we consider to I j be libellous or seditious. Should a | writer assume a nom de plume, the !} real name of the writer must accom- ij pany the manuscript, not for pub- ij lication, but as an assurance of good faith to the ed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

WHEN. IN SYDNEY si 023 A. ESI 132 PITT ST.. (A few Doors InBga SYDNEY. from King St.) For High Class Quality jj At Moderate Fees. |j GRAND ANNUAL PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS ? Q ? BALL AND, CINDERELLA WILL BEHELD IN THE School^! Art^f Candelo, ls$^n$^IaC\'12. First-class Mu sic/ /- Supper. Bouble 7/6 - Single 5/» - ? Extra Lady, 2/6. L., F., and B. COLLINS, Joint Sees. p. Morrow* DAIRY ENGINEER, PLUMBER, and TINSMITH. Oaadelo and Sega. SATISFACTION guaranteed in all kinds of Lathe Work, Brazing, and fitting up of Machinery. TANKS, MILK VATS, CANS, etc., made to Order at shortest nofcicu, STANDARD OILS for all purposes, and MOTOR SPIRITS stocked. — Agent for— The Famous ALFA- LAVAL SEPERATOR and the L-K-G MILKING MACHINE, — also — The World-reaownecT B. & B, BICYCLES and 'TRIUMPH' MOTOR CYCLES, Duplicate Parts and Repairs a specialty. AUCTIONS. CANDELO. CANDELO. CHOICE LITTLE FARM. Known as 'Ellerslie,' Containing 147 acres Freehold Land. On Saturday, 13ih July. At Mann's Hotel, At...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

PICTUKE FRAMING, GLASS CUTTING ,Etc. E. EVANS FRUITERERS CONFECTIONER- CANDELO, Of-.NNOUNCES to the general public that ?jut* he is conducting an UP-TO-DATE PICTURE-FRAMING BUSINESS at_ his well-known premises nextRyan's Saddiery. First-class workmanship, and all orders promptly and tastefully executed. . A complete assortment of mouldings to select from. - _ GLASS - CUTTING A ^/PJCI/^TY. Glass cut to any size. iff S A varied stock of Con^c- tionery, Fruit, Etc. / - ^ 'Phone No, 4 Surgery. No. 47 Residence Mr. McKern, Mr. Dingle. Dental Surgeons, Avchlctncl Street Beget MR. DINGLE will visit CANDELO on Wednesday, July 3 and 1-7 and each alternate Wednesday thereafter ami may be consulted at Miller s Royal Hotel. R. B. BIISH, B.D.s. (University of Sydney.) AND W. H. MARSHALL, (University of Sydney). —LATE ORMISTON & BUSH— DENTISTS, Bega. Mr. AV. H. Marshall, B.D.S., will visit the undermentioned places on the following dates: — C0B*.RG0-W3d. June 5th to Sat. Jnnc i 8th. Centr...

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