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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

A Bulletin scribe talks of the late Mr Dave Kiss thusly : — Died in Syd ney recently, Dave Kiss, an old Monaro bushman. Such claim to immortality as he possessed rested broad bas2d upon the hardness of his skull. It was ms pier sure to amaze tne simple bucolics of his district by breaking into fragments with his iron cranium a cheese placed in a bag. Occasion ally a local wit would substitute the cheese for a grindstone. It made no difference to David. Thei only suffer er was the owner of the grindstone. There was one circumstance that Dave's backers always feared would ultimately beat their champion if it could be brought to beat' on him, viz., the Liberal party's luck in having C. G. Wade as a leader.- How ever, iu the nature of things, no one could get it into the bag, and so ths old man remained undefeated to the end

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Proverbs About Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 July 1912

PrwerlsAkMt women. A,n obedient wife commands her hus band. A man's best fortune, or his worst, is a wife. Every man can tame a shrew but he that hath her. Ladies will sooner pardon want of sense than want of manners. Bare walls make gadding house wives. I Many blame the wife for their own thriftless life. Women laugh when they can, and weep when they will. Women grown bad are worse than men, because the corruption of the best turns to the worst. There's many a good wife that can't siii g and dance well. The society of ladies is a school of politeness. She that hath an ill husband shows it in her dress. Saith Solomon — 'A good wife's a good prize.' There is one good wife in the coun try, and every man thinks he hath j her.

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 — 13 July 1912

Aboard! I Ml aboard the through train! Bt haS never beeo ^wn to go over— but invariably under all y ' «||j? IPf f I \ Ik competitors' prices. If you're coming to Sydney get * FAMOys* )! Ifipl aboard this train, which takes . GROCERY ? 1 ^ all the short cuts to Economy— - , I POiCEsJjf , \ Israel's F amous Grocery Prices 1' 1 ^^^^^l^^rrTrTrnTTTri^TiM^ ffZsl i ' If you cannot come yourself 1 get ourhi£ Money-saving Cata WA' mm? I logueS/ and pop your order in ? the Mail Van. We guarantee ♦ Satisfaction. raccaaia'S8ig«3»i^^ ra Here are some Under-tunnelled Prices for Pure Foods and Every-day Wants that will make Freight for every Placc in the State — and for you. B 1 HERRINGS- tin doz. nf Fresh, New Seaeon's, 5d. 4^9 M In Tomato Sauce, best ^ brands * -? - 6Md. 6/3 Kippered - - 7d. 6/6 g OYSTERS— Ken*ott'« 6d. 5/6 S SALMON-Scroll Brand 1/- 11/9 El Unicorn Brand, lib tins 105^d. 10/3 I LING FISH — 65£d. per lb. ; by the fish - - 6d. SARDINES— New Season's, zA\h- tin 4d. 3/9 Superior, Ml...

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

CONSTIPATION CURED. ' ? ? A Grateful Man's Praise for Bile Beans. 3M|r. C. Mutkins, of Burton Street' North Sydney, Sydney, says: — 'I was tortured by indigestion with all its accompanying evils for a long time, tho whole root of the trouble being constipation. I suffered from severe pains iu the back and chest, and a sense of fulness which gave me a feel ing of suffocation which was intoler able, and reudered life hard, to bear. When laying down to vest at nightj flatulence would be so bad that I thought iny heart had stopped beat ing, and I had to sit up to obtain tem porary relief from this dreadful seu sation. When these attacks were on I was in misery, and often thought the end had come. My appetite disappeared, food having no ' attraction whatever for me. I became depresaed and very much run down in health. No matter what 1 took I could not get relief from ray trouble, and almost despaired of ever being well again. Being recom mended to try Bile Beans I; procured a supply and ...

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

'Seil Us Girls.' Jk,-j Ausl ralian -poet, 0. H. Gibson, who seems to know the bush nnd its 1 eeds, strikes this happy description of the capable girl wanted for the country home, and the git'I he im plores ihe 'emigration agencies to send to Australia . — So send us over the salt sea foam Some girls to sweep and scrub ; Girls to see that we don't come home Too late from the local pub. Girls to see that a bloke is fed Iu a regular kind of way, To smooth and pillow his weary head At the end of the long, long day. Girls to iron, and girls to cook, Who taven't got time to cry, Who'll give us a sympathetic look If we can't digest their pie. So don't be sending us useless things, As change for our gold acd pearls ; But send us a ton of wedding rings, Aud a hundred tons of girls.

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 — 13 July 1912

NOT FEELING TOO GOOD, ' I was not feeling too good for months, and being a sufferer from constipation I tried Chamberlain's Tablets and found them really splendid,' writes Mr. Arthur Bradbmy, Provision Merchant, |40 Smith Street, Collingwoed, Vic. ' 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 0,11 dealers in medicine. Study your own Interests. Highest Current Market Rates Obtained FOR BUTTER, CHEESE, MAIZE, POTA ... TOES, .EGGS, BAJJK, etc., by FORWARDING — TO — ?' lilltn If illiii.r Commission Agents, 352 & 361 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY Prompt Accouut Sales... . Advances made if Required BEST COLD CELLAE SPACE IN THE TRADE./

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

BREVITIES. A whale, which made the second for the season, was captured at Edeu on Monday morning. Master Roy Beilhitek, of Bombala, had the index finger of his right hand severed by the knives of a chaffcutter last week. Miss Ethel Easdown, formerly of JNarooma,'died in bydney last week, afc the'age of 27; : ' ? Mr. O. J. Armstrong, of tbe Bem boka district, has received promotion to the Humbula school, near Wagga. Last Saturday, Brown, Sharpe, and Blacker cleared a yarding of 80 head of cattle at good prices, at Candelo. FuLLy £1000 a month is being ma3e . by rabbit trappers in the Candelo district this winter. Mr. Jack McG-rade. of Delegate, has lately been to Sydney for treat ment by an eye specialist. Au ulcer was removed from one eye. Mr. Jack Grealy, second son of Mr., and Mrs. J. J. Grealey, Candalo dis trict, was to have been married on Tuesday last to Miss S. Wood, former ly a school-teacher in the Eden locality. At Friday's (5th) meeting of the. Shire Council, Cr.- Phillip...

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 — 13 July 1912

BftRGHIN TIME + a.* T&TjRFEkrsr -&& gox^TjJLN^9 _ Great cash. {Safe. 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 IVesh New Stock, therefore Clearing bales are a necessity. The cold weather has vet' to come, so this should prove a timely sale for all who require 'WINTER DRAPERY AT LOW CA.SH PRICES. MUBPHY & COLLINS. . NOTE THE .REDUCTIONS DRESS GOODS. : ' REDUCED from ~-tO 3d S d Assorted colours in Heavy .Dress Tweeds, mostly dark colours, 38in. to 40in. wide 1 0 yd 9 „ 1 6 1 8 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 7J- 1 5 Wool & Cotton Dress Tweeds assorted colours, 36in. . . 1 3* 1 0 Navy and Black...

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

if|^ Friend ' -- - 'Good Shot' Baking Powder hits ! the mark and lias a warin r corner in the cook's heart, because sh© finds it such a great kitchen aid, so reliable, so economical and so whole some. There ar@ other kinds, but 'Good Shot' is the powder that assures better results. Contains absolutely no dele terious ingredients. Used by all discriminating housewives. Every grocer stocks 'Good Shot' Baking Powder. Send for a tin off it right away. D. MITCHELL & CO., LTD. a ~ j—H MITHflNY H88DE8N3' K— ImninKf & ummt m umoei No 932.— 9ct. Goll Fancy Bar and Ho. 991. — Set. Gold Fancy j ' Circic Brooch, with Garnet in Brooch, with Heart Drop, Centre, 6/~. ^985.-90*. Gold Bar and Heart No. 971,-Bct. Gold and Heart I Floral Brooch. 5/-. PRICE LIST, ? Brooch, 4/9. j p0STASE extra, No. 990. — 9ct. Gold Bar and Circic I® Brooch, set Garnet Centre. 5/'~. No 994.— 9ct. Gold Bar and Heart Brooch, set with Gar - ? net Di op, 5/6. ? ? M j mmmMmmMmmmm 6?r73--^ I No. 983. — Set. (i...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 13 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 and soon left liim 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 this: liniment. ?-- Sold by all dealers in medicine Bronchitis is Deadly. ? ? 9 ? Deep-seated Chest Trouble Can Only be Removed by the Breatheable Peps Cure. ^here is probably no disease that accounts for such great mortality and at the same time is thought so little of until too late— because of its slow, in-: sidious progress — as is the case with' bronchitis. In youth or middle age a cough, though it may be the early herald of chronic bronchitis, passes almost entirely unuoiiced. Then a severe winter comes along, the cough becomes more and more troublesome, and we neve...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Sports [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 July 1912

Sports Meeting. A meeting of the local friendly societies was held on (he 11th instant in connection with tliepiojected day's sports to be held in September next on the C;itirielo Showground. Mr. Walter Collins presided. There were also present, Messrs Roger Heffernan, Jno. Hart, J. (Jorbett, L. Lazarus, C. Greig (Secretary). Mr. L Lazarus was appointed to ' act as Treasurer ; Messrs Heffernan and Greig were appointed Joint Sec retaries in connection with the sports; and Messrs Corbett and Hart were appointed Joint Sscretaries for the ball to be held at night. It v'as decided that a procession be held on the morning of the Sports, to start at 10 a.m. It was resolved that invitations be issued to Oddfellows' Lodges at Bega, Bemboka, Wolumfa, Wyndham, and Bombala, including Bega Manchester Unity, aud the Hibernian Lodges at. Bega and Cat.haart. g ^The dance Secretaries were deputed to arrange for music for the ball. It was decided that Mr. A. J. God frey ba asked to procure a tender f...

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The Cow and the School. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 July 1912

Tis€ Cow end ih€ School. ^hkue is, in the dairying districts, a. sort of tug-of- war between the cow and the school teacher. The ideal of the teacher is that the boy should do no thing but go to school ; the ideal of the dairyman is that he should help with the work of the farm ; bring the cows in, milk a certain number of them, scour cans, arid so forth. Much de pends on the meaning which is at tached to the term 'education.' The teacher looks at it from the traditional aud professional side, a view which in modern times has been deemed so in complete as to necessitate the establish ment of technical schools. MoNst dairy men would agree that education is that which trains the boy in the oc cupation by which he is to live, and that a reasonable i mount of work on the farm is technical education of tlm very highest value. The farmer be ing a practical man, thinks that a boy who has learned reading, writing, and arithmetic, and how to work, is the better educated than the one who has ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 July 1912

Lost Child, meeting a policemin: ' Please sir, have you seen a man wivout a little boy ? 'Cause, if you have, I'se that little boy !' A GLEAM of light on -a gentleman : ' ' Sadie, what is a gentleman Y' 'Please, ma'am, a gentleman's a man you don't know very well.' The Spoony Damsel : ' Yes, 'e took me to supper at a reg'lar swell coffee shop last uiglit.' ' They tell me 'e's real refiued ?' said the friend. ' My, rarver ! When 'e poured 'is coffee art into 'is saucer ter cool it, 'e 'didn't blow it like common people would, but fanned it with 'is 'at.' First Hilarious Individual : ' Shay, where do you live':1' Second Ditto : ' I dunno.' ' Same here. Let's go 'ome together.'

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Candelo's Needs. PROGRESS COMMITTEE AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 July 1912

CflMt'S NMS. PROGRESS COMMITTEE AT WORK. Candelo Progress Association met in the School of Arts ou Friday night last. There were present, Messrs B. A. Blomfield (chair), Mc Glyvni, F. W. Miller, 'W. White, J. Pike, J. Byrnes, and Secretary T. Robertson. The minutes of the previous meet nig were read and contirmed. The Shire Clerk wrote in reply to requisitions to the Council from the Association, intimating that the Coun cil had resolved (1) to take no action in the removal of the tree at the foot of William St„ but if it fell across the road it would be removed ; (2) that the gravelling near the Show ground be done ; (3) that the bouP~ ders be removed from the road uear Spindler's gate; (4) that the gravel ling at Norman's Hill be deferred; (5) that the Council could not alter its decision in turning down the pro posal of Mumbulla Shire to construct, a bridge over the Tantawanglo river at Kameruka. A discuSsiou ensued upon the great advantage to the district which would accrue from...

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Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 July 1912

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery. Jt is interesting and instructive both to those who sell and those who nse Cream Separators, that practically every cream separator that has ever been made is merely a copy or imita tion of some type of construction or iginally invented or developed by the Alfa-Laval Company, and of a type which has been discarded and aban doned or materially changed in the course of the Alfa-Laval progress and the utilization of later improvements. The following fine lines seem to ad miralty express the pre-emineut pos ition of the Alfa-Laval Cream Separa tor: — And they asked me how I did it, and I gave 'em the Scripture text, 'You keep your light so shining a Little iu front of the next.' They copied all they could follow, But they couldn't copy my mind, And I left ;ein sweating and stealing A decade and a half behind. — 'Kipling.' The sales of the Alfa-Laval Cream Separators are enormous aud their supremacy is not seriously challenged by any other cre...

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 — 20 July 1912

Winter Drapery 1\ A ¥ FT ^iave n0TV °Pene(i up, and are show Jt^ iug 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 - Rugs, ~/|j§l Flannelettes and Flannels, I Mousing and G-olfings. 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 ? Q-:r-3^its IIFg--3c5L-OLOO-rg. To TBAYBLLEHS. — dftp BU Hill uai w.i iihj tm w-iiu^w w o A EL Persons desiring Special Travelling Accomodation e®'^' throughout the Southern Districts should apply to — + m JOBDEVSOIV, 1 jr Coach Proprietor, CANDELO. -r Comfortable Vehicles Provided, and the Best Horses on % ' j! the Road. ^ ASK BRINTON'S FLOUR | SALE! m SALE! SHE! BOBERTSOH & COLLINS ON THE WARPATH AGAIN...

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Local & General [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 July 1912

Local & General Mr. A. Chajipxeys i3 at present away on a visit to Murwullumbah district. Tremendous sea at Tathra ou Tues day. A magnificeut spectacle. Mr. and Mrs J. Grealey returned from their honeymoon trip to Sydney on Saturday The recent R.C. ball in Bega netted £81. The gross proceeds amounted to £90 We direct attention to the Sports Programme published in another column. Me. ' Tacky ' Collins, boniface of the Queen's Hotel, has been suffering severely from bronchitis during t.lie week. Wt- are pleased to report that he is now inuo!: improved. Mu L. I Ioi./.hauski; met with an accident ibe other n:iy while butcher ing pigs. TIil* luiile slipped and in flicted a nasty «^as li on the kiiu-ikle of the left thumb. Ulojd poisoning en sued, and Mr. Holahauser had to seek medical attention. He lias had a pain ful weak of it, but prompt treatment forestalled any serious result. ^ Secretary A. O. Manns anuouueed at Thursday's meeting of the Agri cultural Society that he had GL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 July 1912

Oil, Woods, iu comfort and at ease. We laugh at pain ; ignore disease ; But when the cutting winter winds. Make throat feel raw, and red eyes blind, Your medicine send, no matter how, A ministering angel thou! No chest disorders I'll endure, While I can buy your Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Successful Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 July 1912

Successful Social !V social organised by Mr. jS. H. G. .leacocke, teacher of Candelo Public School, for the purpose of raising funds to renovate the school tenuis court, was taken up by Messrs W. Collins aud C. Ginns and a number of other williug helpers aud carried to a highly successful issue on Wednesday night. Over 30 couples attended, including quite a number from Bega, and also visitors from Numbugga aud Bemboka. . The proceeds amounted to £7 5s, aud if is expected that over £5 will be netted to carry out the ob ject oHrhe effort. The function was of a most pleasing character, and every one had au enjoyable time. Messrs W. White and C. Ryan were in charge of the doors, and Messrs C. Ginns and W. Collins capably officiated as M.'sC. The music was supplied by Miss Nellie Miller with her usual ability, while extras were contributed by Misses Dot Collins, Lil Tortice and Myra Ryan. The extraordinary feature of an overplus of lady dancers was in evidence, but noje of the girls were...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 July 1912

BARGAIN ' TIME' T ; MUR.PHY Sss COLLIKTS' cash pel/ 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 ]?resh New Stock, therefore Clearing Sales 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. MURPHY & COLLINS ~ NOTE THE REDUCTIONS : ~f DRESS GOODS. REDUCED from —to s d s d Assorted colours in Heavy Dress Tweeds, mostly dark colours, 38in. to 40in. wide 1 0 yd 9 „ ? ,16 13 Black and Navy Serges heavy weight and nearly all wool 1 U 14 Grey Dress Tweed, very ser viceable and a good cloth, 42in. wide ? 1 1 & 'W ool & Cotton Dress Tweeds ' assorted colours, 36in. . . 1 3A 1 0 Nxvy and Black Cicilian, a good lustrous cloth, 42...

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