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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

Postal Information. ijl/Tr AILS are despatched from Cau Jtlm delo as follows: SYDNEY, 5 p.m.. every day but Sa BEGA, 5 p.m. every day. TANTOWANGLO, 9 a.m. Friday. CLARKSON'S CROSSING, 12.30 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. TOOTHDALB, 9 a.m. Wed. and Sat WYNDHAM, 11 a.m.- Saturday.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

ine boh. ? e ? J; he big feature of the week is the grand pluin aud fancy dress R. C. Ball aud Cinderella which opened in the School of Arts on Thursday night. The | weather conditions were ideal, the arraugements were complete, aud the ball was splendid in every respect. The proceeds amoutited to about £20. The hall was nicely decorated, to the credit of Miss N. Miller, the energetic Secretaries Misses F., L. and B. Col lins, anti Messrs R. Hardcastle and E. Collins. The music was supplied by the talentedJtrioMr. F. Bower (piano), Miss R. Bower (violin), and Mr. T. Lucas (clarionette). Extras were contributed by Misses L Bateman, L Tortice, A Mauuder, I Heffernan aud Dot Collins. Messrs R. Hef fernan and Walter Collins, rs M.'sC, kept the proceedings at the highest pitch of pleasurable activity until far into the morning. Rev. Father Gun ning was present, and with Messrs H. P. Collins and J. Pike did good work nt the door. Passing from the ball room to the supper room onr repre sen...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Purple Patches [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

Purple Patches [FROM CUEEENT LTTERATUEE,] JjpREACHiNG speaks to man : prayer speaks to God. — Dr. Chapman. I'd rather be a wowser than a waster, any day. — A tramway man at the mission. You should take temptation as a compliment — there's something in you the devil would have and he's taking the opportunity to try and get it.— Dr. Chapman. Take God's promises andcash them and you'll not go down. You say 'You don't know my surroundings.' No, but I know my Saviour. You say '' You don't know how weak I am,' No,=bub I know how strong God is. — ?Dr. Chapman. As we stand by the seashore and watch the huge waves- come in, we retreat, thinking, we will be over whelmed; soon, however, they flow back. So with the waves of trouble in the world ;-they threaten us, but a ?firm resistance makes them break at our feet. ? -; - ' ' Anyone can carry his burden, how ever heavy, till nightfall. Anyone can do his work, however ' hard, for one day. Anyone can live sweetly, patiently, ''lovingly, purely, ...

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

CANDELO A J. i DoF. A§S®£iiti§IL ANNUAL MEETINGS MEMBERS TtHE ANNUAL MEETING of MEMBERS 1 AND INTENDING MEMBERS of the above Association will be held in the SCHOOL OF ARTS, TJANDELO, on THURSDAY, 8th AUGUST, at 3.30 p m. BUSINESS ? To receive the Annual Report and Balance Sheet ; to ej£oti»*a. President, 2 Vice Presidents^H'ou.j Treasurer, and 22 CoinmittccuTcu. / The toIlowiugj^mTemeu have been nominated to^Oithe various offices : — PREsy*f^-— Mr. ILEsss^oTffns. Vic^Pui-:sii)EXT^s'Messrs W. J. Col lins. Geo. i'orj^ffr. J. Heffernan, J. F. Allen,-j!JirA. GyjaUui aud Thos. HefferiiH*u. -/''^ j Treasurer:— Sir. J.JSyrnes. Committee :— Mes|^[e-07*:PiDrter, T. Heffernau, J. B^reii, A. Oharapneys, J. Scarvel^ F^*Heffernau, J. T. Col lins, E. A. Btomfield, C. Bright, A. P. Beresford, J. F. Allen, A. T. Styles, F. Collins, J. Comau, W. Collins, W. T. Irvin, Geo. Alcock, W. Miller, T. Robertson, H. Golden, W. J. Collins, J. A. Gordon, Dr. Oaudlish, E. H. G. Jeacocke' W.' Riley, R. E. Johnso...

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 — 3 August 1912

STOPPED HOUES QP MISERY. ??'The excruciating pains of. rheumatism have caused me many hours of misery,' aays Mrs. Jane Pierce, 1340 Sturt St., Ballarat, 'Vic. 'It seemed, as though I ?would never get relief, then I started to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The firat: bottle showed the merits 'of the Balm.' Now I apply hot fomentations and have the Balm well rubbed in at the first ap pearance of pain and it wards off what used to be days of misery for' me.' Sold by all dealers in medicine. 2O Years Piles Ended ? 0 ? Terrible Bad Leg Cured. Husband and 'Wife. Grateful 'to Zam-Buk. JsHrs. James JoneB, of 41 Hai'ringfcon Street, Miller's Point, Sydney, says : 'For 20 years my husband wis a martyr to al! the pains and tortures of blind and bleeding piles. The miseries caused by this terrible com plaint are hardly describable. The inflammation and itching were some thing awful, and he could get neither sleep nor rest, day or night. During these long years he tried a greatnum ber of remedies...

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 — 3 August 1912

2Kf WWl£^^'1^M?W® ^f!#- iHT In consequence of the unppe- i^^'ii Jcrv'|.,- eedented success of our Sale, which '^Jpk\t\ ,SCx will terminate the end of the present i^fi^^i- : . '* f^P' ? week, we have left over a lot of jteHg. pjif. Remnants, which, with throw-outs \0Sm . VZ I 't and Oddments of Drapery, will foe l|gpi |f|pi| cleared at HALF PRICE. ii^S_ Bjft|i|r I |! I \fi Vast ^3 &9I3QK1%7 WiK* '/\ yW\\ I ** Made to Order, &* / il ^x, // I /^yl§k For this reasonable price we give I 'I ^ / \ v//^ y°u *ul1 S7dney Style ; aye, and l~ ~~\fls' ' ' ' '&? ~ K ^\ClT these suits are not one whit behind / am f '/i\ / ^S London. .'. I J K i[ »£'« / Well-dressed men ! You've no I ^a Ifl p' |W ^/ aeed to pay five guineas for a suit. \ y^ if M # -r Those fill every, .requirement of _ \ ^l t |wtSi*^ select dressers. '*? ^^ \v iii '\ The high quality material, the J^^^^. i'.'» r* clever, up-to-the-moment cutting, / %j: j * *~l the faithful tailoring have made / M Ii Kneen's ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Rhyme for " Record " Readers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

Rhyme fop ' Record ' Readers. If you have a bit of news, send it in ; Or ft joke that will amuse, send it in ; . A story that is true, An incident that's new, We want to hear from you. Send it in ! Never mind about your style : send it in ! If it's only worth your while — send it in — Of the garden that you raise, Of the berries that amaze, Of a section you would praise, send it in. Of some patient labor done — send it in ; O'f a fallen brother won, send it in ; Of a master who can teach Truth beyond the average reach , Of a noble, glowing speech — 3end it in. Will your story make us laugh ? Send it in ! Send along a photograph. Send it in ! When out fishing send a note Of the things you catch afloat, Or the good times in the boat. Send, it in.

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

tl Tho ILLAWARRA and SOUTH | C0AST8TEAM NAYKUTIOX j ! COMPANY, LIMITED. i I Bars, Weather & other circumstance.1: i : permitting ? : STEAMERS will LEAVE SYDNEY for l : BERMAGUI, TATHRA, MERIMBULA ; | and EDEN on : Mondays at 4- p.m. and Thurs days at 7 p.m. Leaving the above Ports for SYDNEY as follows — : EDEN, at or about 7 a.m. on WEDNES ' DAYS and SATURDAYS. ; MERIMBULA, at or about S a.m. on WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS. f PITHRA, at or about Noon WEDNES ! DAYS and SATURDAYS. i BERMAGUI, at or about 3 p.m. on WED | NESDAYS SATURDAYS. I Subject to Alteration. ! D. J. M. SIM, General Manager , i

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

in- JVlOITOWt i DAIRY ENGINEER, PLUMBER, and TIN3MITH, Candelo. and B@ga. SATISFACTION yuanuitGed in all kinds of Lathe Wock.Bvaxinfr, and fitting up ? j of Machinery. j TANKS, MILK VATS, CANS, etc., nude ? *: to Order at shortest notice, STANDARD OILS for all purposes, and :{ MOTOR SPIRITS stocked. ? . — Agent for — j The Famous ALFA-LAVAL SEPERATOR I and the L-K-U- MILKING MACHINE. ! — also — ' The World-re .owned B. & B, BICYCLES a.ud ?'TRIUMFH' MOTOR CYCLES, ! Duplicate Parts aud Repairs a specialty. -1!.- ciKtt- ds/i ©©Siiij^ ? I SHARPfi STREET ()AM)ELO. COURTESY, CLEANLINESS, CIVILITY ' ,\KE THE WATCHWORDS !

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Local & General [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

Local & General — * — The Annual Meeting of the Candelo A. H. and D. F. Association will be held on Thursday afternoon next. Mr. 'Tom' Pike returned to Can delo during the week, after a four monfhs holiday in the city. Rev. N. G-akdxbr has resumed his duties, having quite recovered from his recent illness. The -Friendly Societies' Sports Committee will meet on Monday evening. As we'go to press there seems to be grave '?doots' about Uie Candelo Bega football match coming off this afternoon. Ox Sunday next the service in the Methodist Church will be held at 11 a. m. There will be no eveuing.service. A late repoit states that Mr. E. J. Morrison has been in an unconscious uouditiur-for niue days, and ..his con dition is considered practically hope less. A LARGE specimen of dead whale was washed up on the rocks at Eden by the recent heavy seas, and it is averred that the affluvia arising from the carcase was thick five miles away. There's money in skates these days.. The Bega Sch...

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

i f* ffi i^ i-sj ::1 P fij J n f A WK!,€©I€E | 1 C1IIEST | [ IN THE IIOM1 J r ? *s^ n 1 FAMILY I ?fig ?prww'H m WWn . 1 1 Mkttjjj PICTURE FRAMING, * GLASS CUTTING ,Etc. FRUITERER ^ CONFECTIONER, GANDELO, Of-.NNOUNCKS-to the general public that ?for he is conducting an UP-TO-DATE PICTURE-FRAMING BUSINESS at his well-kuown promises next Ryan's Saddlery First-class workmanship, and all orders promptly and tastefully executed. A complete assortment of mouldings to select fiviiu. GLASS - CUTTING A SPECIALTY. ?Glass cut to any size. A varied stock of high-class Confec tionery, Fruit, Etc. R. B, B1ISH, B.D.s. (University of Sydney.) AND WEI BflAS)&lflJllI B.D.S. . BL- IMOil/ilL, l .D.S. (University of Sydney). —LATE OKMISTON & BUSH— DENTISTS, Bega. Mr. W. H. Marshall, B.D.S., will visit tue undermentioned places on the following dates: — Paubula— Tues. Aug. Gth to Sat; A ug. 10. Eden— (Pike's Hotel) Mou. Aug. Vi to Sat Aug. 17. Toytajiba— Mon. Aug 19 to AYed. kv.4 21. ' Wys...

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

SHRdry* Sittings. - ? ? & — ^0 cut warm bread or Ciilce evenly, heat the knife-blade. Don't talk ' baby talk ' to the child just learning to talk. Smile is the longest five-lettered word iu the English language: — be- cause it extends a mile after the i'e moval of the first letter. One half-penny is the cost of pro ducing a Bank of England £5 . note. We wouldu't mind having'a few built at that price. ' ' ' 'In your sermon this morning you spoke of a baby aa 'a new wave on the ocean of life.' 'Quite so; a poetical figure.' , 'Don't yon think 'a fresh squall would have hit Il.e mark better.' The Bishop of Liverpool, speaking at a recent YYesleyan Conference in El gland, hopeil the time would soon come when all churches would be one again. He said : '? Union would not be a compromise for the sake of peace, but a comprehension for the sake of truth.' He purchased Woods' Peppermint Cure, No more he coughs, His face is wreathed in smiles of joy, Once more he feels himself a boy, H...

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

Eupopean Capital. Furnished for attractive enterprises in all substantial lines of business. Railroads, Tractions, Water and Electric Powers, Irrigations, Timber, Mining Agricultural and Industrial. ' Bond, Debenture and Stock Issues Underwritten, Purchased or Sold. Properties purchased for European ex ploitation ^nd 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. f by the use o! ihlngs which expert \ \ ence has proved to be valuable and $ ff helpful to humanity. All are liable, \ \ in a greater or lesser degree, to the ff g same troubles, and even the strong- \ \ est person will suffer occasionally / / from ailments due to an irregular \ \ action o£ the digestive organs, ff g 'Whenever you arc troubled with 1 \ sick headache— biliousness— c...

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 — 3 August 1912

A BLA.CKSM1-TH.S OPINION. '?For severe colds, which gave ine rack ing pains in the chest I used Chamberlains Cough Eemedy with the best results. It ends these colds in little or no time and I do not think there is a better' remedy on the market,' says Mr. John McGrade, 154 Young Street, Annandale, N. S. W. 'I give Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy to my boy and girl for colds and croup and can say that it is an excellent remedy for children.' Sold by all-dealers in medieine.. Sc THE PEOPLE'S POPULAR BUTCHER, # William Street, CANDELO , Only the Primest Bullocks and Sheep Slaughtered. , SmalLGoods a Speciality. . . ; Families waited ;on Daily. '? v . .. Country Orders promptly attended to. - i . ? ' -— ? _ 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 ^ : ... solid reductions ? in Manchester. SALE. USUAL. , . : s. (I. ? s.--(l. 36iuch White Calico ? ..i o (5 d »z. ...

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

? A ? A prominent writer says: Probably the next great war will begin, not on earth, but several thousand feet in the air. In packing fruit for export at an orchard at Harcourt (Vic), a young man wrapped an apple in a note to the effect that he wanted an English girl for a wife. The note was discov ered when the fruit was unpacked in England, and it is said the young chap has receivsd 103 applications for the honor. Everything passes through too many hands. There are two many useless middlemen, all paying rent, wages, and taxation, and passing the charges od to the consumers. Eliminate half of them and rednce the cost o£ dis tribution and at the same time add to the number of actual producers.— T. A. Edison. Lord and Lady Chelmsford believe' in 'one days rest in seven.' They had occasion to stay over Sunday at a country town recently, and the Society folk of the hamlet made 'elaborate preparations to give them a high time on the Sabbath, leaving the invitation till all was ready — 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 — 3 August 1912

| 'When the Groceries arrive from I. Israel it is a time ^\?' * ?©VQ r\l ?' | of delight. Mothers proudly show their husbands the Vv?* 'O''\' *Va | savings they effect by ordering direct. The youngsters b^K' zk^'*\'ek | love the work of helping to unpack; and when the fcj^S^I'0 'JS? I goods come to the dinner table there is unstinted ^P^^l^^^ ^ praise about the goodness and freshness of everything, i[l \ f' | from the sipping of the Morning Tea to the supping ^\ \ \ I of the Evening Cocoa. ^jfer3?^ ______ I Our Complete Catalogue is the ^ /^H(5^^mI j Key to the situation. It's Free! S2S^ M | Pty/ 1 H a v e you got it? Why not. * r^-^-^™-™—^™. ? § ? : ? ' H The Tea that I pleases the keen p| morning palate. I I. ISRAEL'S Pure Golden Tip Tea, | direct from the Sunny Gardent of | Ceylon. Sydney's Best Value, eg 3 I BONAZA -B / Tins of | -S If. | VALUE .. I/- 12 Ibi. 11/© i STRONG & 'fl /% Tins of fl M I n SUPERB.. M/J 12 lbs. H^i/~ i SYDNEY'S f /£. Tins of f 7 / pj BEST.. .. B/...

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

p22 '^ When you say to your grocer, -... ^ 'I want the best baking powder,' you certainly mean 'Good Shot' ' Baking Powder. Shun all sub stitutes, j Its perfect purity and quality place 'Good Shot' Baking Powder in a class above all others. It i makes light, tasty scones, easily digested bread, nice, flaky pastry, «§cc It cuts your cooking troubles in half. Get a tin from your grocer. D. MITCHELL & CO., LTD., Proprietors, 153 Clarence Street, Sydney. 5 ^.^ ''*iu The Cook 's f~ ? i'CZP| [o] |t ZIP) ' )| [o] lCZ=?l) ? -^ \° ° \ ? ' FJOT ? ? j GENUINE - ? TO - ?? \ Monday, j deductions Saturday, U |«ly ?Q I m EVERY a™ yj IJJI IN I DEPARTMENT U ]\j . . 1912 . . J ? ? . . 1912 . . U ]\ Thousands of Bargains are set out m the ?4] SALE LIST, Write for a copy posted free M ]o| - on request, and reap the Full Measure of In] i Economy that can only be obtained through 'jo ? ' 0 I mm wpiot * sows I ; ij ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, 7!ti»bfiplri- Hill -?vd«PV TO ? j new palace emporium, wi...

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As Reliable as Steam and Frequently more convenient. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

As Reliable as Steam and Frequently more convenient. ? ? ♦ ? 4 he advantages of the 'Sta .dard' Oil Engines are very apparent. Their merits are so pronounced and so uni versally acclaimed that there ia little necessity for ns to dilate on the many good points of these famous engines. Ihere are many hundreds of users of standard' engines extolling their S«oa qualities far and wide. Probab ly the first features which impresses the person forcibly on looking at the [standard ' engine for the first time, is the great simplicity and strength or all the working parts. The merest novice can see these engines are built by a firm who thorojghly understand tneir business and who know how to build an engine capable of standing up to contirned hard work— and then the engiue is so easy to operate, every nut and bolt is so easily accessible that it is no wonder the engine is such a favourite with the pnblic. The en gine Is extremely economical on fnel aud just at preseat wl-en benzine anJ naphtha...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOMACH WORMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

STOMACH . w6RMS. Stomncli AVonns :iro undoubtedly tiie most invidious kind of all. 'J'iiey in hadit the stomach ;ind inflict great havoc upon tlioir victim. They deprive the victim of half tno 'nutriment he consumes, and when tho 'stomach is empty gnaw the sides of t.o stomach, causing such terrible sensations as to often cause faintness. 'Aperient medi cines have no eiicct upon them, for when any purgative is ' taken they fasten themselves to the walls' of tno stomach by a groove running dcnyii their side. The only method of dis lodging Stomach Worms is to starve the svstem and take Comstock's '?Dead 'Shot' Worm Pellets. The worms are weakened by the want of food, and are induced to take what ovor is taken into the stomach. Corn stock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets contain the properties which sicken and disable the worirs, and a dose of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills will clear them out of the system. Mrs. L. Jonikait, of Tairua, New Zealand, writes:—'! am still giving Comstock's 'Dead...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Watch Your Child's Chest. Peps Banish Colds and Keep the Lungs Healthy. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 August 1912

Wateh Your Child's Chest. Peps Banish Colds and Keep ., the Lungs Healthy. i|F mothers would only take care of their children's lungs and chests by treating in a sensible manner the coughs aud colds to which children are so liable, there would be infinitely ess suffering from lung trouble in later life. Instead of coddling the youngsters up with unnecessai'y wraps and clothing, and dosine them with common cough mixtures, cheap loz enges and concoctions loaded with opium, laudanum, aud other harmful drugs, mothers should keep a supply of the breatheable Peps tablets handy, imd' night and morning during the damp and. chilly weather give the little ones a tablet each to suck. In the caseof infant's aud tiny tots, half a tablet even, crushed to a powder and placed on the tongue will prove very beneficial. The Peps treatment is not only unique, but the tablets are so entirely free from dangerous drugs that they can be given to the youngest and most delicate child with absolute safety. Wh...

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