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The First Sod. NIMITY-BOMBALA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

The First Sod. NIMITY-BOMBALA RAILWAY. !he first sod of the Nimitybelle' Bonibala railway was turned on Sat urday by Mr. D. R. Hall, Solicitor General, who arrived by motor from Cooma, accompanied by Messrs. G. Miller, J. Miller, Henley, Crawford, and Minahan, Ms. L, A. and Farrar, M. L. C- They were met by a large crowd of residents. Mr Jardiue welcomed the' Minister on behalf of the residents, and said they were pleased to know that Mr. Hall was an old Nimitybelle bay, who by his own ability had risen to his present position. They felt that they initiated another step towards luiKing up with the Victorian trunk line, and getting a spur line to Eden, without which the district would not prosper as it should. He pointed out the uecessity of making the present tri weekly train service to Nimitybelle a daily one. Aid. N. F. Smith, Mayor of Bom bala, said that a few years would vin dicate the action of the Government in building this line. He prosented Mr. Hall with a silver trowel as ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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PARENTS STARTLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

PARENTS STARTLED. ' My wite and I were quite startled by Learing our little girl cough a real croupy cough,' writes R. A. Younpf. Cudal, N.S,W. ' I at once got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and gave it to her. In the morning there was no sign of croup and her cough rapidly left her.' Sold by all dealers in medicine. The governing committee of the Chris Nolan Football Challenge Cup dismissed the protest lodged by the Candelo Juniors against a League nlaver. aud have informed the locals that the only nfes of disqualification were contained in the rules governing the Cup, and any player with a per I m i t- ia f #-v nlotr i Tiie heavy seas last week washed ashore ou the Tathra beach many big blocks of butter, believed to be part of the cargo of the old s.s. Bega which sunk off Bunga Point four years ago. £5 was the proceeds of the social at Numbugga on the 17th. was itn enjoyable fuuetion, interspersed with vocal items by Messrs Dolye Br s. ofKameruka and L. McGregor, Bega. Mr....

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

REMNANTS 'LAST WEEK ©F SALE! B Greater IBurcjuifis to Finish Up! In consequence of the unpre 5Sl|fe cedented success of our Sale, which. W$l8ik will terminate the end of the present 4&^j||J ?K9 week, we have left over a lot of Remnants, which, with throw-outs . ffC and Oddments of. Drapery, will toe IBpp .*? wlUifSl cleared at HALF PRICE. ? ? i ? ? ? 1 ? COME EARLY, and come prepared ?#? . to SECURE-- BARGAINS. S|| ^ Me RCfi a ||§ IJE. ' 0U3? Pmeus | i W - Sac Suitsl \ for 703. I /A Vw X^v / ^ ^a-*e to Opc*er. ** 1 j n ^ / I For this reasonable price we give 1 / II - '/ '{ v you full Sydney Style; aye, and 1 j ijjL I Ik these suits are not one whit behind / vfwl f /'\ / London. ' j I lf\ I ikv / Well-dressed men! You've no j I Wklf & / aeod to pay five guineas for a suit. § V *V|I I |M / Th rise fill every requirement of \ \ f select dressers. ; \ u \ The high quality' material, the j ll\\ r\ clever, up-to-the-moment cutting, : /yx^rr V vl the faithful tailoring have...

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

r™°4 ANTHONY H01DEIIS' N— i fj * ^ ILik.-.'niTMJl,1,, ,- ?T^fiwB.^iYWi-iair.a-MHfr, ^ ^ ^ ^ a. i. uu ... . i.-n win. ..l i j . No. 991. — 9ct. Gold Fancy \^- Brooch, with Heart Drop, \ 5,6. - No. 9S5. — 9ct Gold Ear and Heart Floral Brooch, 5;~. ! No 990. — 9ct. Gold Bar and Circle : | Brooch, set Garnet Centre, 5,-. SNo. 9S8. — 9ct. . Bar and Bird Brooch, with Amethyst. Turquoise op (brnet Hrnn. 9/fi. Jet. Gold Brooch, set Pearls and Turquoise, 13/6. Send for Jewellery PRICE LIST, 1 Post Free oif~rcquest. POSTAGE EXTRA. 9ct. Gold Brooch, set Pen Is and Peri dots, 17.3. '2 9ct. Gol I Fancy Bar and -ire'e Brooch, with Garnet in 'ent.e, 6/-. 971.— 9ct, Gold and Heart Brooch, 4/9. No 994 — 9ct. Go'd Bar and Heart Brooch, set with Gar net Drop, 5/6. No. 97S.— 9ct. Go d Bar and Heart Brooch, 4/6. INTHONY HORDElRiM & SOPiS, ew Palace Emporium, BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY. 11 HI ! Very little of ' Good Shot ' Baking } Powder is required to secure I perfect results. It makes more i heal...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

, CONSCIENTIOUS Eye-Testing. W.R ERNEST BOSCH, li'.S. M.C., the well known Sydney Sight Specialist wishes to an nounce that his representative will attend for consultation on all eye troubles at Manns' Hotel, Candelo, Thursday, 1st Aug. 1912, and Railway Junction Hotel, W ol- umla, Monday, 5th Aug., 1912. The Sight expert who will visit this town in his name holds the highest legitimate diploma (F.S.M.C. London) and has had over 25 years experience both i:i Loudon and Australia. Those who suffer from headache, neural gia or kindred troubles, or even those who from curiosity would like an opinion on their eyes should avail themselves of this opportunity. Manns' Hotel, Candelo, oil THURSDAY, 1 AUG. 1912. Railway Junction Hotel, Wol umla, MONDAY, 5 AUG. 1912. Willi BROTHERS, 11 i REGULAR MOTOR SERVICES. *' MORUYA. CAE leaves Bega Mid-day Thursdays, returning . on Fridays. (This service connects with. the Nowra Motor Service, and through passengers will arrive in Sydney at 6 o'clock Fri...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

THOMAS & GO.'S i HALF-TEABLT . * 'j IS MO^OMJ' THE REDUCTIONS have been made SPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE in order to clear the balance of our Winter Stock. This Sale should be ? A DELIGHT TO ALL THRIFTY PEOPLE. ^ YOU'LL GET Sterling. Quality doods - — AT— 1 ?' - ' B iPEEIKDES I. SOLID REDUCTIONS IN MANCHESTER. S SALE. USUAijy s. d. s. d. 1 36inch White Calico ... ... ... 3 (5 d iz. -4 U do do do ... ... ... H 11 4 f t do do do' ... ... ... 4 11 (- 0 ^ TABLE DAMASK. s. d. . d. oOinch Unbleached Damask ... ... 9^ yd. 1 0 ; 58 „ do do ^ ... ^ ^ ? 60 „ do do ... 1 jp 1 6 j 60 „ Bleached Dnmask ... f ... 1 fi- 10' 72 ,, do do .../ ... 2 4. ATTRACTOVE BARGAINS IN SHgETI « 54in. Grey Twill Sheeting ... ... 9^d yard 1/- yd. 72 ,, Herringbone do ... ... 1/1 ,, 1/4 ,, 80 „ Mexican Twill_Sheeting ... 1/5 „ 1/8 „ 90 „ do do do ... 1/6 „- 1/10 „ 54in. White Tiyill ... ... ... 9d ?„ '-tld „ 54,, do do ... ... ... lid „ l/2„ 72 ,, do do ... ... ... 1/- _ j, 1/2 j, 72 „ do do ... ... 1/2 „ .1/4 „ ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Cost of Living. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

€®St M LiVllf. ^HE following facts, clipped from a I current English 'Scrap Book,' will challenge contradiction from even the oldest of old inhabitants: — If a man had a shilling in his poc ket in the days of the Plantagenets, for instance, be conld keep his family w_ell supplied for a week. With that amount or money ne couict smne as the butcher, bow-openly to the grocer, and look the rest of the world as squarely iu the face as did the villiage blacksmith. A sheep cost only a shilling. A cow was more expensive, but six shillings would bay the best to be found in the market. In the now far-distant fourteenth century j pasture aud arable lands wore ridic ulously cheap, a penny per acre for the former and sixpence per acre ror the latter being considered a fair an nual rental. Draught horses were a drag on the market at three shillings each, and oxen at four shillings and sixpence. In the days of the second Heury ten pounds would have equip ped a farm with three draught horses, half ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

Have your Dental Defects Remedied by . . . s PENTIOT a A. SPEWCEffi ggg 132 PITT STREET ^ SYDNEY. (A Pew Doors from King Street.) Moderate Fees. Best Work. European Capital. Furnished for attractive enterprises in all substantial lines of business. Railroads, Tractions, Water and Elcctric Powers, Irrigations, Timber, Mining Agricultural and Industrial. Bond, Debenture and Stoclc Issues Underwritten, Purchased or Sold. Properties purchased for European ex ploitation and investment. Financial Undertakings of all [sorts handled, Miscellaneous commissions, all orders of all characters accepted for execution in any European country. Correspondence enclosing full details at first writing invited. INTERNATIONAL BANKERS ALLIANCE. 48, Mark Lane, LondonEngland. »'Lnitj-rr,BPrafair«atJi'lwHigtiw&uagsxsKagcs3 For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermeut Cure, 1/6. Thermometrical. 'La Grip' ou fhe war path again, And the ladies have influenza ; If they lengthen a bit of its chain. W...

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News & Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

Hews & Motes.1! Bega Gymns defeated Pambula footballers by 19 to six on Saturday. The F.S.A. Conference turned down the Country Party proposal by 126 to 93. We guess there will be a Country Party all the same. Conference dele gates are not the only pebbles on the political beach. A lady representing a jeweller of Lismore at a recent fancy dress ball' wss deeknrl witl-i nvpv 000 wnrfli of jewels. Mr. Callaghan has killed thirty foxes in the vicinity of South Wolum la in a comparatively shore time. - We are informed that there are 19/ empty houses in the Wolumla locality. If that's fact the occupied part of the city must be hard to locate. ... Mrs. S. Holzhauser, formerly of Rocky Hall, was burned to death at her home, Rylstone, th rough her clothes^ catching 'fire when engaged in washing.

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

| . W! Bf ! ' | r ! To Advertisers. — All ntfw adver-- ; tisemcnts will be received up till j j 12 a.m. on FrMa-v of cach week, i ! but alterations in standing advts. i must reach us on or before each ; Wednesday, otherwise they ? cannot be reset for . the current issue. ; .Tub Printing. — Business men and ; the general public are reminded that job printing of every description is* artistically and promptly executed at- this office, and we solicit a fair , comparison with the prices and work- ; ; mansliip of metropolitan printers. To Contributors.— Whilst we un- ; ! hesitatingly throw our columns open j ; to contributed articles on any sub- ; ! ject, we reserve the right to veto ' I any contribution or sentence of a 1 contribution which we consider to ; be libellous or seditious. Should a | writer assume a nom de plume, the ! real name of the writer must accom- j pany the manuscript, not for pub lication, but as an assurance of good i faith to the editor. I

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

jj W2 PITBXiISS ' ' ] ,4 PAPER Fl) It III I PEOPLE ; ft ? ? ? ; ? ^5'rrass. To Our Readers.— 'Wo would ask you ; to lielp us in the compilation of a : thoroughly re^i e.e.'itative newspaper | by forwarding at your earliest con- j vcnience information that will he j o[ public interest. Send accounts of ! public and social events in your | neighborhood, such as weddings, or j deaths, accidents, matters touching j the industries, concerts, &c. In this ; way you will do much toward adver- j t-ising your particular part of the | electorate. Should you fail to secure your copy of the ' Record ' regularly, a ! complaint made to us will result ; in prompt investigation or the matter j Our numerous regular correspon- | dents are requested to forward all | matter to reach, us before the day of j publication. The ' editor specially j desires that correspondents will take an interest in having their j locality mentioned in the ' Record's ' j weekly budget of news. . |

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 July 1912

Eight Inches of Rain. ? j ^he biggest rainfall for some years was recorded I hrbnghout the district { during the week, commencing ou Sunday last. Up to 9 a. m. on Friday r Candelo registered 780 points, while the latest reports to hand from other t centres show: Pambula SCO, Bega ^ 976, Bemboka 1012, Woluinla 905, «: Wyndham 921, Bombala 189, Dele gate 225, Burragate 400, and general rj rains throughout Eden-Monaro. Floods were considerable, the Candelo river standing at high water mark at nightfall on Wednesday. The rains have been of a most favorable character, warm and comparatively 1 steady, and very small loss of stock or flood damages are calculated. As we go to press there are indications of a 1 clearing up. 1 ] AUCTIONEER'S MCE. j WM. RIXON begs to notify the j general public that in future he will j conduct his usnnl weekly sale xt Can- , delo on EVERY THURSDAY, at , Manns' Yards, in lien of Mondays. j AUCTIONS. j BEMBOKA. BEMBOKA. } MY NEXT SALE at Bemboka will f be held -...

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

' PICTURE FRAMING, GLASS CUniNG/Efc. FRUITERER & GONFEGTIOf^^N^Mf. J Of-.NNOUNCES to the geno)m pivMlcthat \ ?JlX' be is conducting an UPiTO-DASE) ) PICTURE-FRAMING- BUSINESS atf huf / well-known premises next Rj^au's SfculdleiTS. First-class (vorkmanshjp, and all ordery promptly and tastefully exec. utecU / A complete assortment of ZioiUdipgs to select from. GLASS - CUTTING A SPECIALTY. Glius cut to any size. A varied stock of high-class Confec tionery, Fruit, Etc. 'Phone No, 4 Surgery. No. 47 Residence Mr. McKern, Mr. Dingle. Dental Surgeons, jlveklcmd Street Bega MR. l- LNGLE will visit CANDELO on Wednesday, July 3 and 17 '^and eauh alternate Wednesday thereafter and uiav he consulted at Miller's Royal ? Hotel. ' 8. 1. SHSH, .b.d.s, (University of Sydney.) AND W. 1. MARSHALL, (University of Sydney). — LATE ORMISTON & BUSH DENTISTS, Bega. Mr. '\V. U. Marshall, B.D.S., will visit die undermentioned places on J I-.-; following dates: — Pam:bui..\ — T'ues. Aug. 6th to...

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

Local & General Conthactor Praser had effected big improvement by the gravelling of the road passing the Showground. Numerous regrets are expressed locally on account of the thinning of the fine belt of timber on Mr. Keys' property along the river. ? As a rule a man is either very sober or very drunk when be loves his enemies. Tiie State Parliament opened on Wednesday. The Governor's speech showed a surplus on last years opera tions. Fox skins have been recently sell ing in Sydney at up to £0/2 per dozen and picked rabbit skins to 2/6 per lb. Mr. Jack Swain, known to the cro vs round Caudelo, has taken over the Bemboka Advocate, for some time in the hands of Mr. J. J. Gorman. 'Jack' is a good fellow at his best, aud the Record wishes him well. Amongst recent visitors to Eden was Mr. J. F. Morton, some years ago a business man in Candelo, and who married the daughter of the late Mr.   John Keys. Mr. Morton now resides in Sydney.     'I'd...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Candelo School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

cisii#i§ §clg§ol ®f Arts. . ? O ? : ? ANNUAL MEETING 1?he Animal Meeting of Members of the local School of Arts was held on Wednesday night, ui.der the presid ency of Mr. J. Byrnes. There were also present: Messrs Jeacoclce, 0. Tortice (Treasurer), Geo. Porter, T. Pike, W. McCarthy, Ij. Lazarus, J. fio'deu. C. Greis, W. White, E. Evans, Ginns, Druitf, McDonald, Rev. N. Gardner, W. Collins, T. Robertson, McGlynn, D. Day, A. Tanner, R. ICHis, R. Johnson, and C. A. Green (Secre tary.) The minutes of the previous annual meeting were l'end, aud confirmed on the motiou_ of Messrs Porter and While. Committee's Report. The following report was then pre sented by the: 'Secretary on behalf of the Committee : — Ladies aud Gentlemen,- Your Secre tary has much pleasure in placing before you the Annual Report for the year ending 30th June, 1912. Your Committee are pleased to report to you an improvement both in the finance and membership of the Insti tution to that of the previous year, 1911. Dur...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

OUR BIG B_-/ i__ p^ v^ r~j.. .''???..„ J cr? 'r.'.'TfLJ A Drastic Clearance of Our Entire Stock. Prices Down to the very Depths. I \V/\V-/^^ wan* *° greafjly Reduce our Winter I Stocks, and the most effective way to do this is to REDUCE PRICES very considerably. We can promise you the BIGGEST BARGAINS OF THE YEAR. The- Sale offei'3 you the most desirable Mer gysp chandise at NEXT-TO-NOTHING PRICES. Great a/vp ? __:_J||l§lt Reductions in every Department. The BARGAINS £J^|l||IL-__ /^|Pp| are MANY and REAL. f|wP^ 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 tako advantage of our MONEY SAYING PRICES. GreatFrice 3=t.oc3.'p.oojrg. 'I Study your own Interests. t Highest Current Market Rates Obtained FOR BUTTER, CHEESE, MAIZE, POTA TOES, EGG!:1., BARK, etc., fcy FORWARDING ? TO ? Commission Agents, 352 & 361 SUSSEX-STREET, SYD?-*'Y ? m- Prompt Account Sales. Advance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

/ MORUYA. CAB. leaves Bega Mid-day Thursdays, returning on Fridays. (This service connects Avith the Nowra Motor Service, and through passengers will arrive in Sydney at 6 o'clock Friday evening.) COOMA. CAK leaves BEGA 10 o'clock TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, returning WEDS, and SATURDAYS. BOMBALA. CAR leaves Cooma at 9.30 MONDAYS] and THURSDAYS, returning same day. KQSK1USK0. DAILY SERVICE from COOMA, running al ternate weeks. . For further particulars, apply A. O.MANNS, JSS^r. ii W !i !! ? gfo ? -^L _ Saddle. ^S%3jj^ffSlr Harness. ii ? sis || II m II X - GO TO - -. F. J. RYAN'S. - ? -.t- — » — — «?-— ? TRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. All the latest designs in Stationery, Toys, Books, School and Artists' Re quisites. A Choice Assortment of Suitable Birthday Books and Presents, and many other lines to numerous to particularize. A cordial invitation is extended to all --' to call and inspect the above lines. The Latest Fashion Journals, weekly and monthly, always on hand. 'L-K-G' MILKING MACH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

WHOLE FAMILY STRICKEN DOWN. 'Influenza had my husband, self, and children all stricken down,' says Mrs. Minnie Titter, Springvale, near Wanganui, N.Z. 'We had tried several so-called cures but Chamberiain's Cough Remedy was the means of putting us right again. I would never think of being without a a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough. Remedy in the house now in case of emergency. Sold by all dealers in medicine. The Emperor of Japan is dead and the whole nation is plunged in grief. Towamba defeated Wyndha^i 'foot- ers' by 9 points to 3. Wolumla Progress Association has resolved to assist the Postmaster of that town to get a higher salary. Ev idently the interests of that Associa tion extend in every deserving direc tion. Mr. Ai,ex. Robinson, senr., has been appointed to Mr. Partridges' place as Secretary of t.he Stai of Wyudham. G. U. 0. 0. F. The Wyudham folk are practical citizens. A workiug bee, one after noon recently, palled off their coats and cleared the cemetery and scrubbed the...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

MAILS ARRIVE. ; SYDNEY, 8 a.m.. every day but Mon BEGA, 8 a.m. everyday. ; TANTOWANGLO, 12.30 Friday. CLARKSON'S CROSSING, 11.30 a.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. TOOTHDALE, noon Wed. and Sat. WYNDHAM, 10.55 a.m. Saturday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

? ? — ? -a :ssa; FRIGHTENED MOTHER. 'One day my little girl frightened me with an attack of coughing which I knew at once to be an attack of croup,' writes Mrs. E. E. Smith, 'Woyrallah,' Napier St., Ballarat, Vic. gI just ran for a bottle of Chamberlain'3 Cough Eemedy aud gave the child some with the result that she got relief at once and after the second dose all signs of croup disappeared.' Sold by all dealers in medicine. t _j

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