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A GREAT WOMAN. Sermon to Women, preached during Missions held in Various centres. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

A GREAT WOMAN. — ? -v- ? Sermon to Women, preached during Missions held in Various centres. ? — \j By Evangelist Johnson. Test : Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price is far above rubies.— Prov. xxsi, 10. 'TU said that man is God's masterpiece, and in a collective sense it is true, but in an individual sense he is not, -woman is. I can imagine that when God ' spake and it was done,' it was a marvellous day in history, it ?was the beginning of history! When God's work of buildinglwas finished, the founda tions laid, the pillars built, the starry roof completed, the water laid on, the lighting atmaratus perfect, the sraiden blooming, the I birds and beasts in their places, and the I streams teeming 'with fish — a wonderful I palace that only the mind of God could con j ceive and the hand of the Almighty execute, He commenced the greatest work of all, man. He took the dust of the earth, the basest material for the highest honor, and ?with mighty fingers materialised His thought,...

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 — 30 July 1910

1 I Gandelo Hote! Candelo. Uiiaep New Management. BEGS to inform the general public that he has taken over the Candelo Hotel, lately onducted by Mi's. Frazer, and trusts that h'epatrona'ge of the Travelling and General 'ublic will be extended to him. His best ifforts will lie put forward to maintain the tandard of the Hotel, and only the VERY iEST LIQUORS will be kept in stock. Beers and Stouts sold in their own purity ,nd perfection. When you require a Genuine Stimulant, ome to MANNS'. The Commercial Show Room is both apacious and convenient. First-class Table. Good Stable Ac commodation. HiT Tariff Reason able. PEOPLE'S HAIRDRESSING- SALOON Hairdresser and Tobacconist SHARP STREET, CANDELO. All' kinds of Cigarettes and Tobacconist's 3oods always .cept in stock. ?or Bronchial Cougli3 take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Is 6d. ANTHONY !; HORDERNS' ?^i&: winfGP K» Book I /Of, \ ^ W^s b Presents aU that \gj[W ^^®R is nffWP ^ tne r ^f J| World of Dress. ?rSil tlfl ? I '*Mr \—J Wr...

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 — 30 July 1910

Jfesti* tSIriiiiHi k (Spa ♦ \ /; Desire to express their sincere and heartfelt -f' 5^ appreciation for the spontaneous and kindly ?*?-, Z expressions of sympathy tendered them in the k'& * loss of their Business Premises by Fire on the s*? * * night of the 26th inst. |^ The loss will be a heavy one, but will be |U greatly minimised by the Splendid Save of the ^-, Iron Safes containing the Books, Monies, and %' ' Documents of the Firm. This excellent Ser- |f^ vice, performed by the Fire Brigade, under W'* Captain Whyman, assisted by willing friends, l&v- is worthy of the Highest Praise and Sincerest W^ Appreciation. &&& The Police Force, under Sub-Inspector Me- W**' Cabe, also rendered Willing Help and Ready $tt\- Assistance. . W? r To their Fellow Storekeepers who have so h-- generously placed their Stocks at disposal ) ^ sincere thanks are tendered. Such magnani- *' mous treatment meets with the Firm's most 'x grateful acknowledgment. [lJr To...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Some New Proverbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

Some Um Proverbs. American of course : — Mother can't flare up an' leave like a hired girl Lots o' fellows take their hat off in ait elevator that think a woman's place is ic th' kitchen. If prosperity will jist return u« questions will be asked. Yon won't meet any autos in Hi' straight an' narrow path. A friend that haiii'Liii'iieed is a friend indeed. Opportunity only knocks once, an' then we're generally in the back part d* the house. . '???'' Men get old before they know it but women don't.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

Tiiigs in MeiL I.v reply to a question Mr. Tntlor stated that he had no power under the Customs Act to prohibit the importa tion of the fight pictures. * # # Sir Georgp. Reid says that Great Britain, the United States, and Aus trailia have all the land they need. The trouble is the other natioDS haven't. * * * The Gundagai Independent says that np on the Northern Rivers recently, a football match was played on a Sunday afternoon, and the Hue umpires were a policeman and a parson. ... ? CHILBLAINS. . There is no preparation manufactured that ; will soothe and heal chilblains as Chamber- '? lains Pain Balm will do. When this lini- : ment is applied it soon allays the itch and : prevents the chilblain breaking. It causes them to heal in a very short while. Sold by all dealers in medicine.* ) * # * A Liverpool tailor Recently hung ia a conspicuous place in his shop a sign which read, ' Man is made of dust. . \ Dust settles. Are you a man ?' * # * k ; * Poo'R neglected Candelo ! no foot ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

[?] ? ^ Sydney, Friday. Eggs Is Id, butter 100 to 128, cheese to 8d, hens 3s to 4s 6d, roosters 3s to os. The House of Representatives carried through all stages a Bill for -the appro priation of £3,500,000 to create a Trust Fund for old age pensions. Mr. Fisher explained that the Bill would relieve Parliament pf the necessity of troubling about old age pensions for about two years. Mr. Fuller proposed that a monu ment representative of the Six States be erected in the Federal Capital area. The Naval Loan Reprisal Bill passed through Committee. Fisher announced that his Govern ment would carry out the Naval policy of the Labor Party. The Council agreed to purchase 26,000 acres near Bombala for closer settlement. A proposal for the abolition of State Governorship 'was submitted to the Victorian Assembly and received with' favor.

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 — 30 July 1910

VT?i 0 - 1 -? iDliiiiiilOMS ^ Suffered for Years. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills Besicred her to Health. . ^ - s Mrs. Martha Simmons, S Cove-'-»;.'#! . Balmain, Sydney, tells how she was uit.igi for years, subject to bilious attacks, periodi cal headaches, and constipation from her school days to womanhood. 'Dr. Morse's. Indian Root Pills were,' she states, 'tit salvation of her life.' Read what she -ays : 'i:ln my teens I suffered very bad*? from Bilious Attacks. My blood war very poor, my whole system became coiii nletely run down, and on many occasiorc? 1 was so weak that I had to be supnonoS home by my schoolmates. As I piew older I did not seem to over come my weakness.- , ^t^^f^s and I was in this staa ^._^.(.j^^-a health for a los-c ? P -~° '^S^S time. Periodical hea£ Q\.-'..d'w'~' ^& aches, bilious attack?,, ?{jl:- f and constipation wess W/ 'PC- ii^\) my constant ailments. Wj c-t- I' - y i g-aye many mcdiciiiss \^ „» j a fair trial, but I t&£ \ ^Ja I not rece...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Jack's Explanation. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

JiCR'S ExpIOldflOH. ? « ? With many a hitch of his trousers and pulls at his forelock- iu respectful salute to Justice, Jack Collins, able sea- ! man, was navigated np to the courtroom railing by a policeman, on a charge of cruelty to animals. 'He had a paving stone tied to the the tail of the horse he was riding, yonr 3 worship,' said the officer who had j arrested him. ?'What was that for?' sternly asked the magistrate. ' 'Well, Admiral, that wasn't no cruelty ' to animals, as this officer says, at all,' blurted out Jack. 'I hired that bonny craft outside fora short crnise ashore. ; Soon after getting nnder way I found the blooming old packet wonldn't steer a little bit. She was all down by the j head, and tacked about the street when ? the wind was fair astern. Try as I ; would I couldn't get steady steerage way on her, and she drifted to windward just as often as she did to leeward. Then thinks I, she's too light by the stem, as her heels were constantly lifting and racing just ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Imiay Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

liiilni Shire council. — _$ — _ Imlay Shire Council met at Eden on Friday pf last week, all membe.-s of the Council being present. It was decided to inform the Depart ment of Works that the presdiit prem ises occupied by the Council were not suitable for use as a drill hall. The clerk and valuer were appointed collectors of lists for preparation of electoral roll. The Council decided to offer no ob jection to the post-master at Tathra having a half holiday on Thursday afternoons, this being the wish of the local residents. The engineer was instructed to ar range for the following works to be carried out : Draining bad places in road near the Yambulla hotel ; carrying out formation of road Towamba to Burragate on the graded line through Mr. G. Martin's property ; improvement to bad places on Rockton Road, near Kimber's Clearing, in Monaro Street, Pambula, along the eastern boundary of public school premises ; to improve approach to Wolumla school ; to have a stone crossing put in Sha...

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 — 30 July 1910

ADVICE TO YOUNG MOTHERS. Most moth era realise the great danger from croup, but many do not know that an .attack may be prevented by proper treat ment as soon as the first symptoms appear. ? The first indication of croup is hoarseness, i followed by a rough cough. Give Chamber- : Iain's Cough Remedy according to the ' printed directions at once, or even after the croupy cough appears and it will prevent the '] attack. It is, in fact, a certain cure for | croup. Sold by all dealers in medicine*. j

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

EDEN. ? v ? On Friday night the auunal ball in connection with the School of Arts was held, but was not the success of previous years, although those who attended seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves. The attendance numbered about 35 couples. A Cinderella was to have been held on Saturday night, but owing to the night being wet it was postponed, until Mmirlsiv nip-lit- wlifin there was a ''ood' crowd present. Just before the dancing commenced at the ball on Friday night, there was a cry of ' Rush, Oh ! A whale in the bay.' This resulted in a large number rushing away, some to board the wliAling launch, and others to the head lauds close by, eager to catch a glimpse of the chase. The lauuch started in pursuit of the whale, towing the whale boat, but after crossing the outer bay and following the whale about a milt) along the coast they met the killers coming back, having abandoned their task of trying to hold the monster of the deep. On Sunday morning the whalers captured a hump-bac...

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 — 30 July 1910

A Paper for the People. v**^ BIIiBhIhm Si v a X i LI I it ? ...___,.s^-^' Printed at Can delo. Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. Stands for no Party, out forPrinciples. Panders to no class, clique, or corporation. Lives and labours for Truth, for the best interests of the community, and for the highest good of the people. Caters for all tastes and temperaments and times, and has Representatives in all important centres in the Electorate. Aims to be an educational force, a social bond, a moral in fluence, an 'up-lifting power in the community. Claims to be clean, reliable, outspoken,- useful, interesting, up-to-date, and alive to the requirements of its readers. Hopes and strives to be worthy of the patronage of every home within reach of its influence and the benefits it bestows. ' Expects to receive all the supportit earns. The Subscription to this Journal is -£1 pes? annum, ^^jgs» We give Great DISCOUNT for all fllpiS* * ADVANCE PAYMENTS.. S...

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 — 30 July 1910

I -And This. i Subscribers ro the Southern1 Ilf.cof.d are ; governed by the following j LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: ! 1. Subscribers who do not irivo pxp-o*? ?| notice to the con tr:i ry an. considered as tt i.-.h- ii ing to continue their subscriptions. ij 2. If subscribers ouior the discontinuance |j of their periodicals, rhe publisher may '-on-: tinue to send them until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the post office or other place to which they are directed, they are h.-M ' responsible until they have settled tlvir bills and ordered the periodicals to be dis-; continued. ' i 4. If subscribers move toother localities! without informing the publishers, and their: pupers are sent to the former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that ' refusing ' to take periodicals from the office or reuiov= ?!ng or leaving their, uncalled for, is pbluaJ paci evidence of intentional fraud. 6. If subscribers pay in a...

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 — 30 July 1910

-| Read This- I ! To Our Readers: We would aslc you to help | us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep-j I resentative newspaper by forwarding at : your Pfirliest o mi vrnonoe information that will be of |)'il'lie interest. You will thus r'o much tnwtin! tiflvertisins your pnrticu la i- p:ut oi the electorate. . Should you fail to secure your copy of the Record rojrularly, a r-oinpluint made to us will re i suit in theniattiT receiving prompt inves ! fixation. ,,.. j To CoNTKiBDTOBf1: Whilst we unhesitatingly I throw our columns open to contributed I articles on any subject, we reserve the I riirht to veto any contribution, or sentence of snnie which we consider libellous or . i seditious. Should a writer assume a nom de plume, his real name must accompany his or her manuscript to insure piihlica- ; lion. Manuscript must He lep-i'ily written ? i and reach us not later than Wedsnesday ! of each week. : ; | To Cokeespondents: To facilitate expediti- ; ? ous printing we., request, oar...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

1 iiJl5r /Ml^^llll fll^lliy^M IRRIGATING PLANTS A SPECIALITY. _ I i ^Slllif I ^^li^^sll ijii^$n PkW MARINE. STATIONARY. HOISTING. 1 I iltik eft®/ It Hr lln^ \ 'fl 2-WHEEL ENGLISH PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES. 1 130-Gallon. L K Q ^^#?rl' :J1| MILK and CREAM CANS, and all kinds of VATS 1 | Alfa-Laval Cream Separator Milking Maohinei /&wfe?&!j --OctJUIj, of Heavy Material and Superior Finish. || j ? . ''''m';:1'1' Importers of High-Class Machinery Oils. § ?MARSH' Steam Pumps for all purposes. ?DELPHIIf Water Filters. Bkqihm Bwiees_ ^ £ZZ^b*w~m~. p^.™^, 1 ! 'ROW Feed-Water Heaters. 'KINGDON' Steam Launch Machinery. milk and Crbam Coolers, Babcock Milk Testers. 1 'I IIHI1PH It. ifiCIEPPJCIfflil B0ILERMAKERS- DAIRY and 1 | If A U yii 111 yllwtlSl©IJSlp refrigerating engineers. I j r ' 342, 344 & 346 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY. I ^PiP^l BE WISE! Your Grocery Bill willbe much Less if i^yy^^s- you give your Orders to ISRAEL. .™./H~rn-w jje Will give you Quantity and Quality. NTE...

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Theodore Roosevelt. A Character Sketch. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

ncMore Roosevglf. ? V ? ,rA Character Sketch. The ' man of the lionr,' ex-President Roosevelt, stands in :ui unique position amongst t be world's «rf-at. His word counts as law to millions His post reads like a romance ; bis present is pregnant with power ; bis futu'-e — unknown. He stands as the sirliiter of war and oonflict, leader of nations, statesman amongst statesmen, and prophet of bis people. Loved, admired and trusted above all living men, let us hope that no thoughtless word or deed shall ever mar bis brilliant record. The man has been sketched, photo graphed, caricatured in a thousand postures a thousand times. This is a pen picture of him on his feet, pouring ont through the channel of oratory the thoughts of bis massive brain. The occasion was a dinner given him by the editors of London whilst on his visit to England :— The turbulent, strong-speaking, big doing enemy of trusts and destroyer of wild beasts looks a tough proposition. He is a shorter man than one would sup...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BENEFITS OF THE 'L.K.G.' MILKING MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

THE BENEFITS OF THE 'L.K.G.' MILKING MACHINES. ? a ? The benefits derived on dairy farms from installing the 'L.K G. ' Milking Machines are now being acknowledged far and wide. The following experience of prominent men in the Com nunity are very valuable : — Mr. Thos. James, Shell harbour, says: 'I am glad to say ; the machines are working well and giving satisfaction and really doing the work better than I expected.' ( Mr. L. H. Hilder, Mullum bimby, says :'-You have my full permission to invite all dairy farmers around here to inspect my plant and I shall be only too glad to explain everything to them. I would never go back to the old style of hand milking. The little 'L.K.G' is the diff erence between drudgery and pleasure.' Mr J. J. Gray, Palmers Island, says: — ' I am doing nicely with the machines and these last two days have milked forty cows morning and evening by myself in two hours and one and three quarter hours respectively.' Prices and full particulars from the Sole Age...

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BIBBENLUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

BIBBENLUKE. The local footballers won their first double of the season on Saturday last. The Bombaba Boys Athletic Club was defeated by the Rovers by 32 to nil, and the seniors defeated the Born bala seniors by 3 to nil. The latter game was one of the best experienced on the local ground for a long time. Soon after the commencement the locals were unfortunate enough to lose their captain, Helmers, who collided Avith Murphy and sustained a nasty gash in the forehead. This loss told somewhat on the local team. After this and un til half time some give and take play was exchanged and twice the locals were within a kick of scoring but failed only by hard luck. The second half seemed somewhat similar to the first, but concluded with the locals victorious by 3 to nil. From a scrum the local lads got moving and some splendid passing from Thomas to Han sen to Stewart, and from the latter to S. Stewart, who after a bit of a sprint landed a good try in the corner. To this Thomas failed to add...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
William's Psychic Disturbances. A Story of Wireless Messages. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

? ^7 Dv\ (C**- %*r f* ^ i&5- V-^ -*^i Hfrl$ tf® /T% gc* A Story of Wireless Messages. By Robert Alston Stevenson. .= ! see— Aunt Jane. 'She's on the sea. She's coming here.' 'Your Aunt Jane!' Mrs. Madison, regained her composure. 'Your Aunt Jane is in Europe.' No reply came from tire coucb. Stiff and motionless, William lay unre sponsive. 'William!' Mrs. Madison shook him vigorously. 'What is this non sense about your Aunt Jane?' Ko answer. .. 'William!' Mrs. Madison grew alarmed. ? . 'What's the matter, mother?'— lan- guid surprise was in the boy's voice— 'was I asleep?' 'What did you mean when you spoke about your Aunt Jane?' 'What about Aunt Jane?'; 'You said you saw her.' 'Did I— then I must have fallen into a trance.' 'You did nothing of the sort,' 'Didn'tl?' this disappointedly. 'You must go to bed instantly.' 'All right,'1 said William, and with meek resignation he rose from the couch and obeyed his mother's com mand. Several times during the even ing she tiptoed up t...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Inter-District. DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

OO-^O^-@-O-^0-M--iKK-^^3--«K» Fpom Our Correspondents. DELEGATE. The resumption of the Bibbenluke and i Maharatta Estates for closer Settle ment has been approved of by the As sembly. Bibbeulnke at £3 15s and Maharatta at £4 10s per acre. The Prospector's Claim at Mfc. Ben doc has been sold at a very satisfactory figure to an Omeo syndicate. The examination for a telegraph messenger (between the age of 13 and 15 years) for the local post office is to be held on August 6th. The subjects will be arithmetic, spelling and hand writing. Nominations close on Aug ust 4th. Delegate and Nimitybelle football teams met in a competition match on the local ground to-day, Nimitybelle winning by 4 points to nil. Delegate kicked off and soon had Nimitybelle defending, but it was not long before the ball was brought back close to the Delegate goal, when after a couple of scrums, T. Morau, with a clever kick, sent the ball well between the posts, thus placing Niinityballe 4 points in + Vio lonrl nftl...

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