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A.H. & D.F. Association. NOMINATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 July 1912

4.99. £ D.F.ASStCifliill. NOMINATION MEETING. fiiE annual nomination meeting of the Candelo A.H. and D.F. Associa tion was held on Thursda'y afternoon under the presidency of Mr. H. P. Collins. There; were also present, Messrs W. J. and~J. T. Collins, Geo. Porter, G. F. Vernon, Chas. Bright, H. Golden, P. J. Hoffernan, Walter Collins, Dr. Candlish and Secretary A. O. Matins. — The minutes of the previous meet ing were adopted. The following nominations were received for the various offices to be allotted by ballot at next annual meet ing to be held in August : — President . — Mr. H. P. Collins (re elected unopposed). Vice-President : — Messrs W. J. Col lins. Geo. Porter, P. J. Heffernan, J. F. Allen, J. A. Gordon and Thos. Heffernan. Two to be elected. Treasurer: — Mr. J. Byrnes (re elected unopposed). 1 Committee : — Messrs G. Porter, T. Heffernan, J. Britten, A. Champneys, J. Scarvel, P. J. Heffernan, .T. T. Col I lins, E. A. Blomfield, C. Bright, A. P. Beresford, J. F. Allen, A. ...

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

'Neuralgia Nearly Drove Me Mad.' Biliousness and Headaches Added to Misery. — A Married Woman's Cure by Bile Beans. Mrs. A. Powell, of 8G Stephen St., Uamperdown, Sydney, says: 'Awful attacks of biliousness used to prostrate me fo? days together. Distressing fits of retching would strain the whole of my system, and terrible headaches added to my misery. Intense pains would shoot across from temple to temple. I also suffered from neural gia, which nearly drove me mad. For a long time I experimented with or dinary l'emedies, but did not obtain any benefit whatever. At last I was persuaded to try Bile Beans, as a friend of mine had been restored to health by this splendid family' medicine. She gar. e me a few to try. As I obtained so much bene fit from these I purchased a supply. I could hardly realise the great relief I obtained frotn the first few doses of Bile Beans. The bilious attacks be came less-. severe, gradually ending, and the headaches and shooting puius ceased.. After a co...

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

Sad Death. @N Monday last Candelo was pro foundly moved in sympathy for Mr. and Mrs. E. H. G. Jeacocke, of the local public school, whose little 34 year old boy, James Wil.iam, passed away at about 8 a.m. The sad incid ent came as a shock to the commun ity. It was known that the lad was surrenug with an attected throat tor some days previously, but he was mu lling about ou Friday, and the malady had given no cause for anxiety until Sunday last, when serious develop ments became apparent, and Dr. Cand lish was sent for. The child was found to be in the dread grip of diph theria. On Monday morning, about six o'clock, Drs. Marshall and Cand lish met in consultation and an oper ation was performed, but with out avail, p.nd the bounie boy, who was beloved by all, succumbed shortly afterwards. The funeral took place at about 5 p. m. the same day, Mr. F. J. Ryan carrying out all arrangements. The little coffin was borne to the cemetery by a numbei of boys of the school, and many joined iu ...

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

li) The good cook welcomes 'Good ® Shot' Baking Powder with open arms because she knows its use to be a safeguard to health, a surety for good cooking results, and a saver of time and money. Use it regularly in your home and you will have no difficulty in making easily digested bread, delicious pastry, light, tasty scones, &c. Get a tin from your grocer to-day. D. MITCHELL & CO.t LTD., Proprietors, 153 Clarence St., Sydney. 3 ' The Cook's Best Friend.' t*~*~ AHTHOHY HOM7]---: I GEM JUNIOR 'SAFETY RAZOR j ❖ & a ^ I THE BLADE is the first thing to consider in a Razor ; it does the shaving. The A a, BLADES first made the FAME of the GEM JUNIOR. They are produced from the A A best RAZOR STEEL, tempers! by a PROCESS that Rives a KKEN, LASTINO EDGE. A -J- The STEEL is so S'.M'KRIOli. the TEMPER and EDGE so FINE, that STROPPING -J- ^ makes them as GOOD AS EVER. ^ ? $ A feature of the GEM JUNIOR is the NEW BAR; which SMOOTHES out the £ X CREASES of the SKIN, raises t...

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

Purple Pitches ? 0 ? [FROM CURRENT LITERATURE,] jJEjiEAVEN is for those who think upon it. — Joubert. Schools fit us for the university rather than for the world. — Locke. God is in our conscience but not in our gropings. When we argue we walk alone, and without Hun — Jou- bert. Agaixst Nature no man can assert a right, but- in a state of society destitu tion at once wears the garb of a wrong inflicted on a particular class. — Hegal. Children' sweeten labour; but they make misfortune more bitter. — Bacon. Let men, as most men do, rate themselves at the highest value they can, yet their true value is - no more than it is esteemed by . others. The value of all things contracted for is measured by the appetite of the con tractors. — Hobbes. How dull it is to pause, to make an end, to rest unburnished ; not to shine in use — as though to breathe were life ! — Homer. The end of war is peace, the end of business leisure, the end of things necessary ard useful is things fair and noble. — A...

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

Mews -& Motes. Lilt. Dave Wjluams, of Bemboka, is moving out to settle in the district of Mudgee. Mr. S. W. Bute, Tilba districts big gest dairy farmer, is installing mill ing machines. Miss Harriet Wood, sister of Hon. W. H., died iu Sydney at the latter end of last week. Ereuz-ing fi-osts latsly have be6n making their impression ou district stock. A few farmers even report slight losses. - Sou i:\vitkru in the vicinity of 200 quid It^ts were poui-ed into the pros perous pockets of Candelo rubbiters last week end. Pambula Jockey Club are making substantial additions to the saddling paddock. , The Mac.net says : It is reported that Mr. Jack Swain is-likely to take over the Bemboka Advocate. First sod of/the Nimit/-Bombala railway will be turned to-day by Sol icitor-General D. R. Hall. On the return journey from Bega last week, Billy Rogers got a fall off his bike, and the drag full of junior footballers passed over his arra. Billy is noted for his hickory characteristics so ...

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

wi mwmm I * A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE 1 ESTOES, | To Our Readers. — 'Wo would ask you j to help us in the compilation of a ji thoroughly representative newspaper by forwarding at your earliest con- j venience information that will be of public interest. Send accounts of I public and sovjial events in your j . neighborhood, such as weddings, or , deaths, accidents, matters touching ! the industries, concerts, &c. In this ! way you will do much toward adver- I tising your particular part of the j electorate. Should you fail to secure your i copy of the ' Record ' regularly, a ! complaint made to us will result I in prompt investigation of the matter ; Our numerous regular correspon- ; dents are requested io forward all : matter to reach us before the day of i publication. The editor specially i desires that' correspondents will ; take an interest in having their I locality mentioned in the ' Record's ' | weekly budget of news. ?

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

Wl- Sf HOT I: MTBTISMS' INTBiSTSi 'Ijmasss. j To Advertisers. — All ntfw adver-- j tisements will be received up till 12 a.m. on Friday of each week, but alterations in standing advts.. must reach us on or before each 'Wednesday, otherwise they cannot J be reset l'or the current issue. i ' Job Printing. — Business men and j the general public are reminded that ; job printing of every description is j ' artistically and promptly executed j at this office, and we solicit a fair j comparison with the prices and work- 1 manship of metropolitan printers. To Contributors. — Whilst we un- ! hesitatingly throw our columns open i | to contributed articles on any sub- | j jec.t, we reserve the right to veto | ; any contribution or sentence of a | ; contribution which we consider to j| be libellous or .seditious. Should a jj writer assume a nom de plume, the II real name of the writer must accom pany the manuscript, not for pub- j lication, but as an assurance of good J faith to the editor. I<...

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

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' :: TO BE HELD » On Candeld Showground / ? — jr—ON ? 1. Opeiiin^ Han^ieap— Entry l /-, Acceptance 1/-; .Prizes, 1st 403, 2nd 15sr' 3rd 5s. / 2. Friendly SQ^ieties'.Handicap — Entry 1/-; ^rize, Trophy. 3. Pony Maiden Hunt— Entry l /'- ; Prize 10s, / 4. Horses iJlaiden Hunt— Entry 1/- ; Prize 10s. 5. Flag Ifaee, Entry 1 /- ; Prize 10s. 6. Musical Chairs on Bicycles. Entry jod ; Prize 10s. 7. Ladies' Foot Race, Entry 6d ; Prize 10s. 8. Throwing- at Wicket, Entry Gd, Prize 10s. 9. Kicking Football, Entry 6d, Prize 5s. 10. Boys' Race, under 16 years, Entry Gd, Prize Trophy. 11. Beheading the Turk, Entry Gd, Prize 10?. 12. Stepping 100 Yards, Entry l /-, Prize 10s. C. GREIG } Joint R, B. HEFFERNAN ) Sees. School of Arts. THE ANNCA1/ MEETING of members of the Candelo Scljtol of Arts w:ll be held on TUB'S DAY yiii'jht, JULY' 24th 1912 at 8 p.m. / / Business: Election? of Connnittee ^/Receiving Bal ance Sliest, vfind Secretary and Treas urer's repofts. Aqfl anv other busi ...

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

PICTURE FRAMING, -GLASS CUTTING ,Etc. E. EVANS FRU lTERER &amp; CONFEGTIONER. CANDELO, mN BOUNCES to the general public that he is conducting an UP-TO-DATE PICTURE-FRAMING BUSINESS at his vell-kuown premises next Ryan's Saddlery. First-class workmanship, and all orders promptly and tastefully executed. A complete assortment of mouldings to se-cct from. gOj3S - CUTTING A SPECIALTY. Gla^jjaf to any size. A. /nrjp.d stock of high-class Confec— tion^rfrt'ruit, Etc. 'Phone No, 4 Surgery. No. -±7 Residence Mr. McKern, Mr. Dingle? Dental Surgeons, Avoklcnicl Street Beg a MR. DINGLE will visit CANDELO on 'Wednesday, July 3 and 17 and each alternate Wednesday thereafter and may be consulted at Miller's Royal Hotel. it. B. BUSH, b.d.s, (University of Sydney.) W. H. MARSHALL (University of Sydney). —LATE ORMISTON &amp; BUSH DENTISTS, Bega. Mr. W. H. Marshall, B.D.S., will visit the undermentioned places un the following dates : — Gobargo— Wad. June otli to Sat. Jnne 8th. CENT'tAL Tilba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

OUR BIG MID WINTER SALE ? is w-»'mr our. A Drastic Clearance of Our Entire Stock. Prices Down to the very Depths. For 3 Weeks Only. want to greatly Keduce our Winter Stocks, an-^ the most effective way to do this is to REDUCE PRICES very considerably. We can promise you the BIGGEST BARGAINS j .OF THE YEAR.- I The Sale offers, you the most desirable Mer- j cliandise at NEXT-TO-NO'1'HING PRICES. Great j ^_^g|^gPp§ Reductions in every Department. The BARGAINS j — are MANY and REAL. ~ | SPECIAL REDUCTIONS in Gents' Tweed Overcoats, Oilskins, Horse Rugs, Buggy and Travel ling Rugs, and Blankets. BE AMONG THE WISE ONES and join the . crowds that will take advantage of our MONEY- j SAYING PRICES. ! M. Lazarus and Sons G-sreo/fc lE^irlco Kieca.'o.oejrs. fmnirm mm i.i.n r.i. .iw.i 111 .1. n -i--, .twt vimn'mm...... I For Eleven Years Pastor I ! . I | of the Wooloongabba Congregational Church, Brisbane, and | Principal of the Theological School founded therewith, the | i Revd. John Williams, ...

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Purple Patches [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

pirple Pfltclts [FROM CURRENT LITERATURE,] SpATiENCE and hustle should make a winning team. Tiieke are two kinds of ambition — one soars and the other crawls. There is nothing innocent or good that dies and is forgotten, Let us hold to that taith, or none. Truly great men are broad-minded and large-hearted. Small minds are self-assertive and cannot brook con tradiction. Evert man has a paradise around him until he sins aud the angel of an accusing conscience drives him from his Eden. — Longfellow. It's good to have money and the things that money can buy, but it is good, too, to check up once in a while and make sure you haven't lost the things that money can't buy. So long as we love we serve. So long as we are loved by others I would say we are indispensible. No man is useless while he has a friend. — R. L.' Stevenson. No'jhixg is high because it is in a high place ; and nothing is low be cause it is ia a low one. This is the lesson which may be read, alike in the bright track of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

He wouldn't take Woods' Peppermint Cure, And so he coughed. ? ; He coughed until his face was red ; He coughed until he' was half dead ; Id is throat wis sore, His voice was soft, And still he coughed, and coughed and coughed, For waut of Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure. A Nurse's Praise. 'I Have Used Bile Beans for Years. M[rs. O'Si'llivan, of 11 Victoria St., Petone, Wellington, N.Z., says: — I am a professional linrse, and in the course of my- duties I frequently use Bile lieaus amongst my patients, wun excellent results. I suffered for a long time from Lijionsness and its many distressing symptoms. Al though I tried many so-called remedies I did not derive any benefit from any one of tbem. I commenced a course of Bile Beans, and am pleased to say that after taking them for only a shorfc time the biliousness was euded and I was completely cured. I have also obtained great relief from Bile Beans when suffering from j neuralgia- Bile Beans refresh and invigorate and tone np the syste...

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SNIPS AND SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

SNIPS AND S£ttPS. The more promises a man makes the more he doesn't keep. A girls kisses are like pickles in a bottle — the first is hard to get, but the rest come easy. When a bachelor islanded by a leap year girl he can imagine how a fish out of water feels. A man rises in. his own estimation when be settles down, and in the es timation of his creditors when he settles up. To cleanse gilt frames wipe softly with a sponge damped with spirits of I wine or oil of turpentiner and allow to dry of themselves. j When making przserves three tea spoonsful of glycerine to every pound of fruit will keep the sugar from for meutiug aud stop all danger of crystal lising. After a cake has beeu baked, if it sticks to the bottom of the pan, turn the pan upside down and press close to it a very wet cloth. This will bring the cake out quickly. When making marmalade or jam, cut rounds of tissue paper the size of the jars. Soak each separately iu vinegar, and lay close over the top of the preserve. Th...

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The Alfa-Laval Cream Separator. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

The Alfa-Laval Cream Separator. fHB aoove world famous Cream Sep arators are everywhere recognised by expeiienced Heads of Agricultural Colleges, Butter Factory Managers, and by Dairymen and Farmers, and even by makers of would be compet ing machines as being the World's Standard in Cream Separators, for efficiency, durability, and simplicity. The split wing tubular shaft feeding is owned and patented by the Alf^ Laval Company, and cannot be used in any other machine. It delivers the whole milk beyond the cream wall thus avoiding the lemixing of the whole milk and cream and gives the Alfa-Laval bowl a much larger capac ity than any other bowl of similar size. It also produces a very smooth thick cream, a most desirable feature as every dairyman knows. These are the reasons why every dairyman sooner or later purchases an Alfa Laval machine. Dairymen are some times misled by ' extravagant claims of superiority put forward by other makes of -jeparators, aud therefore sometimes quite in...

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Tathra. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

Tftlra. (Prom Our Correspondent). ^iie beginning of last week was ushered iu by a tidal wave breaking over the cutting road arnnnd the Point, sweeping away a big portion of the protecting stone wall, rushing with rapid force down the road to the store in volume of several feet (about 5). swamping the top- and bottom floors m a manner'uever before experienced, carrying in its flood some of Messrs Uaics and Oaks loose girders, iron gates, and great stone boulders 'of several cwt; nearly swamping Mr. T. Howards' waggonette -and horse into the sea ; and covering the whole sur face of the wharf with stones, mud, and a variety of debris about a foot deep. This flooding was predicted by several who knew the road cutting to go through a natural water way that ages of rough seas had worn ; and it may be added that a repetition of'such result is more than probable. Nature having reminded us what small potatoes we are when He lifts His hand to reprove, as a sort of pro pitiation we planted shr...

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Local & General [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

Local &amp; G-eneral A Young Men's Club has been form ed at Eden. Note advt. in this issue announcing a three-weeks sale at the Sydney Palace Emporium. Candelo is uniquely pretty when a flood tear-: throuuh its centre. The ' big bend '' at the north end is ever n scenic gem, but when the flood waters swirl under, the towering ;l scrub ' it is n peerless beauty spot. The Farmers and riettlprs' Confer ence adopted the: following motion from Nimilybelle.:^. '* That minors over ths age of Tt5 years and under 21 years be allowed' to hold annual, special, or settlement lease from the Crown not exceeding a living area, inclusive of all land held by the ap plicant.' Mr. G. F. Vernon, dentist, is main taining his -practice in 'Candelo by regular fortnightly visits. Mr. Vernon may be consulted at Manns' Hotel on the Isl, 2nd, and 3rd August and every alternate week from Thursday to Saturday. Owing to the particular ' wetness which prevailed on Wednesday night, the annual meeting of the Ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

SUFFERED THREE YEARS. 'For three long years I suffered contin ually from relaxed throat and cold on the chest,' writes Mr. J. R. Craig. Jnr„ 4G7 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 1 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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The Road Plant. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

Tie RMl Plait. At last meeting of Imlay Shii° Council a report was tabled at the in stance of Cr. Cochrane, showing the expenses in working the road plaut anil quarry from 23rd October, 1911, 'o 30th Tune, 1912. The figures are: Travelling expenses paid in connec tion with inspection of plant and de livery : C. Bedford £36/2/10, Lewin £(-. Total cost of plant purchased to d.-ite, £1909/3/4 ; original cost £1887 10/. Insunince Sydney to Tathra, £6/12/6. Freight and cartage from Newcastle to. Tathra, £98/19/5. Payments to Murphy in connection with stone quarried and paying him off, £310. Survey fee ^£2/13/. Making quarry road, £24/19/1. Working expenses : Stores £39/S/9, wages £429/6/4, repairs £4/2/11, cartage, £2/13. Herbert's wages for six months ending April, £52/14/10 ; Follaud in December £3. Total amount charged by Engineer direct to Tathra road, £€31/5/10.

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