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The Grim Reaper. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

The Grim Reaper. 1 liHiis. Jas. Tanner, snr., whose con dition was reported critical in our last issue, passed away at about 6 p.m. on Monday, at the age of 70 years. Tho deceased lady, who was a native of Letter Kenny, county Donagoa, Ire laud, came to Australia as a vouna woruai., and has resided in this district for -50 years. She was a lady of fiue qualities, and the intimacy with which long residence has brought her, her husband, and her family to the people of the community has but served to add to the sum of the respect and esteem in which they are held, and Mrs. Tanner's death causes widespread regret and sorrow. For three or four years her health had been indifferent, but heart failure was the ultimate cause of her death. She leaves her aged life partner and a grown up family of three daughters (Mrs. E. Jamieson, Buckejo, Mrs. E Hammond, and Miss Grace Tanner, Caudelo) and five sons to mourn her, and for whom general sympathy is expressed locrtlly. The funeral took place on...

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 — 24 August 1912

European 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, Purehabed or Sold. Properties purchased for European ex ploitation wid 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, Maek Lane, LondonEngland. WASTE PAPER, suitable for pack ing or parcelling purposes, FOR SALE at the ' RECORD ' OFFICE. 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. R. E. Smith, '-'.'VVoyrallah,' Napier St., Ballarat, Vic. '-I just ran for a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and gave the child some with the res...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Skating Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

Skating- Carnival. 2'he plain and fancy dress skating carnival in connection with the Can delo School of Arts rink was held on Thursday night, and proved a highly j successful function. A verv large crowd assembled, seating accomnioda- j tion for all spectators being out of the question, while the skating area was ove.'-crowded.- The gross takings am -unted to £6/1/9, and it is expected that about £4/4 will be netted. The fancy dresses were not numerous, but were generally well got up. Miss Nellie Miller, representing a ''Ranch Girl', who was awarded the lady's prize, was most appropriately dressed, and assumed the character becomingly, Mr. Stanley Worlaud, who secured first prize for geut's fancy dress, was particularly well rigged out as a Mur rumbidge Whaler. Other fancy dresses were — Miss Maude Smith — 'Fisher Girl.' Miss Myra Ryau — 'Colleen Bawn' Miss Olive Smith — 'Red Riding Hood.' Valisha Ryau — 'Japanese Girl' Beryl Miller — 'Little Red Ridiug Hood.' Les. Ryau — 'French C...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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MAILS ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

MAI1.S ARlUVtt SYDNEY, 8 a.m. every day butbMon BEGA, 8 a.m. every day. TANTOW ANGLO, -12.30 Friday. CLARKSON'S . GROSSING; 11.30. a.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. TOOTHDALE, noon Wed. and Sat. WYNDHAM, 10.55 a.m. Saturday.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

GBjIOSSBT a A GENERAL MEETING- of players and XI. all interested in the formation of a local Cricket Club is convened for NEXT MONDAY NIGHT at 8 o'clock, to be held iD the Candelo School of Arts. A large attendance is earnestly re quested. -Dr. CANDLJSH ) W. COLLINS - Conveners. , T. PIKE ) — THE— CANDELO CO-OPERATIVE - - DAIRY COY,, LTD. Notice to Shareholders. Notice is hereby given that an EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of Shareholdets will be held at the Company's Office, Clarkson's Cross ing, on TUESDAY, the 27th INSTANT, at 2.30 in the afternoon. —Business— To discuss the advisability of the Company taking Shares in the proposed Motor Transport Company. Convened by resolution at General Meeting E. T. BOLLER, Secretary. CONCERT & DANCE IN AID OF OSS. Jfsephs cravat — Will be bald insthe — School of Arts , Ccuidelo, — ON — WEDNESDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER. AUCTIONEER'S NOTICE. WM. RIXON' begs to notify the general public that in future lie will conduct his usurtl weekly sale -t ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

Postal Information. .... '{ft/Tr AILS are despatched from Cau ifiyj. delo as folio ws: '3 ? ' ' SYDNEY, 5 p.m. every day but Sa BEGA, -5 'p-.-rQ. ? every day. '' .v T ANTOW A NGrLO, ' 9 n.m. Friday. : CLARKSON^S CROSSING,- 12.30 p.m. Tuesday, Thui'dday, Saturday. TOOTHDAEE, 0 a:m. Wed. and- Sat WYNDHAM, 11 a.m. .Saturday. ?

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

THANKS. MR. JAMES TANNER AND FAMILY desire to sincerely thank their many friends and all who bo kindly assisted, and especially Dr. Candlish, for their many acts of kindness during their recent sad bereavement.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

In a church — wild horses w.iuld not drag from us where — the following unique method of courtship was tried J with suocess. Whether the parties rehearsed the proceedings deponent knoweth not, but they had evidently both received a thorough biblical train ing, which by tho wsy, came in handy. He politely handed his fair young neighbour a Bible, open, with a pin stuck in the following text: 2nd. Epistle of St. John, 5th verse — 'And now I beseech thee, lady, not as though I wrote a new commandment unto thee but that which we had from the beginning, that we love one another.' She retnrned it with the following: 2nd chapter ot Ruth, 10th verse : 'Then she fell on her face and bowed herself to the ground, aud said unto him, Why have I found grace in thine eyes, that thon should take notice of me, seeing I am a stranger.' He returned the book pointing to the 3rd John, 13-14: 'Having many things to write nnto you, T. won'd not write with pap^r ind ink ; but I trust to come unto you and sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

IB SMIi 111* A I Direct from. tHe iMIo.fiLi^fsbO-fc'o.iroars. OUR HOME INDENTS Consisting ol! Prints. Cambrics, Muslins; and Dress-Goods '\-ii ' ? To Be Opened in a Few Days. !f|gjgg T FIBRE is a treat in store for'those who want SUMMER DRESS-GOODS AND MILLINERY. ^ Our PRINTS and CAMBRICS exceed anything yet shown in Candelo for variety and value, ** ' coming from the famous Manufacturers, Crura & Co., with whose name each piece is stamped. The patterns are charming, and the colours as fast as a rock. BSILL1MEB7 ?/ GORGEOUS ASSORTMENT of New Millinery, a prominent .feature of Avhicli is its Cheapriesss compared to previous seasons. I? LADIES', MAIDS', AND CHILDREN'S STRAW SHAPES f i in great variety. v* ^ . WE shall be displaying these goods in our Show Room in a few days, and our Milliner, Miss Underwood, who is a lady of city . experience and' excellent taste, is now prepared to take orders for Summer Millinery, and to advise customers, as to what is t- Smart and Fashionab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

TfllR ? iT'jP HF^Jf )| of Young, and Old | When the Groceries arrive from I. Israel it is a time 1 of delight. Mothers proudly show their husbands the Vv^' *\» | savings they effect by ordering direct. The youngsters h ? * OVO'OV. \ | love the work of helping to unpack; and when the A' | goods come to the dinner table there is unstinted I praise about the goodness and freshness of everything, M | from the sipping of the Morning Tea to the supping ^-\ I | of the Evening Cocoa. ^ j Our Complete Catalogue is the 1 J Key to the situation. It's Free! HI / I Have you got It? Why not...? , % The Tea that j i I pleases the keen j I morning palate. | 1 I. ISRAEL'S Pura Golden Tip Tea, j I direct from tha Sonny Gardens of i I Ceylon. Sydnay'a Be«t Value. ] ] | '? | I ' ? ' I BONAZA' f I Tin. of tt l(k ' | VALUE .. I/- 12 lb.. II/i- | | ? ? ? j 1 STRONG & '0 /% Tins of |S / j | SUPERB.. i/J 12 lbs. WJ ] SNEV!I/6KSI/- j A Pane! ©f Special Prices for this Ado As these are 'Advertising Sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

ii : ~ ? MrMk-. | The I L h A WARRA and SOUTH | C0A8T STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Bars, Weather & other circumstances permitting f STEAMERS will LEAVE SYDNEY for I 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- DAY'S and SA'L'URDAYS. MERIMBULA, at or about 8 a.m. on WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS. TATHRA, at or about Noon 'WEDNES- i DAYS and SATURDAY'S. BERMAGUI, at or about 3 p.m. on 'WED- NESDAYS SATURDAYS. Subject to Alteration. D. J. M. SIM, General Manager

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

P. Morrow, DAIRY ENGINEER, PLUMBER, and TINSMITH. Gaadelo and Sega. SATISFACTION guaranteed in all kinds of Lathe 'Work, Brazing, and fitting up of Machinery. TANKS, MILK VATS, CANS. etc., oade to Order at shortest uotico, STANDARD OILS for all purposes, and MOTOR SPIRITS stocked. — Ag'ent for — The Famous ALFA-LAVAL SEPERATOR and the L-IC-G MILKING MACHINE — also — The World-re:iowned B. & 15, H10Y0LES and ?'TRIUMPH' MOTOR CYCLES, Duplicate Parts and Repairs a specialty. lIAIR Dressing. f, i, miasis. S 11 ARTE STREET ( ANJ)ELO. COURTESY, CLEANLINESS, CIVILITY ARE Til E \V ATCHW O R DS

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

News M4 Mfes. Butter loGs in Sydney. Dead meat dear the world ever. Mr. Mort Mudie is now in charge of our Bemboka contemporary. General Bootii is deed. ' A prince hath gone out of Israel !' Mr. O. G. Tortice is absent on holi day in the city. Kameruka Estate, nnder its present conditions, is exempt from the cheese makers award just proclaimed. The tune of the Record sounds like life in Candelo— and even neighbour ing newspapers draw largely on our hamlet for happenings. Nearly £20 was netted by the R.C. ball at Wyudham on Wednesday night. £!?!? was taken at the door. Mr. ' Ranny Bright, Candelo's oue-timo star footballer and popular sport, is at present on a visit to the district. He now represents Foggitt, Jones and Co., commission agents, Sydney. Miss Mahel Bkowx, aged 36, died suddenlv at Canbelego o*: Saturday. Miss Brown was sister to Rev. F. Walkdeu Brown, and some of our readers will remember that she visited Candelo during Mr. Brown's term here. Price of meat, in Sydney fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

Religious Notices. (Jatholics. jy^ASS will be celebrated as under — Oandelo, every second Sunday at II. J. J.GUNNlNG. P. P. (Jliurcsh ol Kn:;lanil KAMERUKA PARISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be held as nu ? der— AUGUST. 25th — Tantawauglo 11, Kiuneruka . 3, Candelo 7.30 'Week-night Services. . 27th — Niagara 7.30 1. Ke!v. N. W. GAKDNER. A.usitra.la.sla.n Methodist U' liU'oii DIVINE SERVICES will be con.luctedivS under— - 25th— Pambula 11, Boggy Creek 2.30 Candelo 7.30. J. WILKINSON. JPresbvtenitn. Candelo every 2nd Sunday in each month, at 3 p.m. Rev. S. BROWN. R. B, BUSH, b.d.s, (University of Sydney.) AND W. H. MARSHALL. Lot (University of ^ydney). .—LATE ORMISTON & BUSH— DENTISTS, Bega. ^ Mr. IV. H. Marshall, B.D.S., will visit the undermentioned places on'the following dates: — Pambula. — Tue3. Aug. 6th to Sat. Aug. 10. EDEiTr^-(Pilre's Hotel) Mon. Aug. 12 to Sat Aug. 17. Towamba — Mon. Aug 19 to 'Wed. Aug 21. 'Wyndhau— Thurs. Aug. 22 to Sat. Aug 24. Rocky Hall— Mon , Aug 2G to...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

COULDN'T SHAKE IT OFF. j '?I was a long sufferer from severe colds . -n the chest, in fact was never free from hem, until I tried Chamberlain's Cough Jemedy,' 3ays Edwaad P. Craig, 467 Nic lolson Street, North Carlton, Yictrria, ?Tn my opiniou there is no more valuable ?emedy known and I recommend it to sveryone with colds or chest complaint.' -old by all dealers in medicine. years of Indigestion and Headaches. Skin Became Yellow. — Tongue was Eurred.- — Another Sydney Cure by Bile Beans. MIJrs. R- Pascoe,- of 26 Campbell St., Sydney, says : 'For manyyears fright ful attacks of indigestion, .accompanied by dreadful hea.daches caused me in tense suffering. Pains between the shoulders and chest made me gasp for breatb, and often I would be prostrated for days together. Tiieseawful bilious attacks brought on fits of retching which were dreadful while they lasted. My liver was out of order, causing a feeliug of lassitude which was accom panied by a nauseating taste in my mouth, aud a fu...

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 — 24 August 1912

pirple Pilcles [FROM CURRENT LITERATURE,] thou would'st be happy, learn to piease. We suffer most from the ills that never happen. Abstinence from low pleasures is the only means of meriting or of obtaining the higher. To be forever with those we love would be immortality enough. It is by loving, as well as living, that one learns. The real value of religion can only be known by living it. Some friends shine out like stars in winter nights, and make the very darkness beautiful. It is more godlike to love one little child, purely and unselfishly, than to have a heart filled with a a thousand vast vague aspirations. There's nothing half so catching as joy, nothing so inimitable and sur prising as steady sustained gladness. It is easy to speak rhetorically of adversity, but it takes a hero to bear it. If the day looks kinder gloomy, ; An' your chance is kinder slim, . If the situation's puzzliu', An' the prospects awful grim, An' perplexities keep pressin' Till all hope is nearly gone,...

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 — 24 August 1912

Even^^^^^ikes to get good ?ass®^ results and. that's why every cook should use 'tlood Shot ' Baking Powder. It can be de pended upon at all times. 'Good Shot' makes dainty and easily digested scones, cakes and biscuits, light pie - crusts, and wholesome pud dings. Excellent « The Cook-s also for bread. Best Friend.' Absolutely pure, always reliable, and most economi- ^--^0 ®\ cal in use. Your grocer sells 'Good Shot' Baking j^pSr^^ Powder. Get a tin to-day. D. MITCHELL & CO., LTD. 153 Clarence . BAKlN-^^^-WreR ^ (Selling^ Agents only) ^ | Fat Stock, Wool & Butchers' Produce | FURRED And \ S8€IMS9 CALVES I 4 Exp@rt Handling, Best Prices, Quick Returns 1 Victor Pianos* iaa«sssaaa«»fe^^ Victor Pianos are manufac tured for us and embody our half century's experience. They are grand wear registers, and we specially recommend them where worK is heavy — they will last a lifetime. Every Victor Piano is sold fully guaranteed. We sell on easy terms, and catalogues - are free f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

OUR BIG IBID - mfSWTEm ? S jIlLIS ^ IS Rftr'SSF d-W« ooooooceoooo#oooo«oocooeooo.ooooo#o«eoeeeeoooo800oooo A Drastic Clearance of Our Entire Stock. Prices Down to the very Depths. For 3 Weeks Only. Gc^Jv^E w»nt greatly Reduce our Winter Stocks, and the most effective way to do | this is to REDUCE PRICES very considerably. We can promise you the BIGGEbT BARGAINS | OF THE YEAR. : gale offers you the most desirable Mer- ; chandise at NEXT-TO-NOTHING PRICES. Great ; y ^^^^IPPPI j Reductions in every Department. The BARGAINS ; are MANY and REAL. j | SPECIAL REDUCTIONS in Gents' Tweed ; i Overcoats, Oilskins, Horse Rugs, .'Buggy and Iravel ! ? ling Rugs, and Blankets. | BE AMONG THE ^ IS!-] ONF-S and - join the' j j crowds that will take advai tige- of our M0NE\ SAVING PRICES. . .. ? ? i M. Lazarus and Sons CS-ircesbfL jPsriG© IFjogaxa-oeirs.. Ik THE PEOPLE'S POPULAR BUTCHER, ^ William Street, CANDELO Only the Primest Bullocks ancl Sheep Slaughtered.. Small Goods a Speciality. . . . Famil...

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Co-operative Dairy Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

c«-eper«tive Miry C®. ^he half-yearly meeting of share holders in the Candelo Co-operative Dairy Coy. was held at the company's office on Saturday afternoon last, when there were present : Messrs Thos. Heffernan (president), E. H. Filmer (managing director), E. T. Boiler (manager and secretary), J. Britten and W. J. Coraau (directors), J. Al cock, A. Target t, Geo. Alcock, W. A. Grant, R. Ball, A. Solomon, H. P. Collins, I. Mayes, J. R. Boiler and W. Reilly. The Chairman read the Directors' report and balance sheet for the half year: The report intimated that, considering the droughty conditions which prevailed for four mouths, the period was successful. Daring the half-year 108,089 lbs. of butter were manufactured, as against 141,905 lbs. for the corresponding period of last year, being the smallest output for the autumn period for eight years, with the exception of 1910, when the out put was 91,1251bs. The average price paid for first-grade butter was 12.89 pence per lb. Of the to...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 August 1912

Rusty Nail Caused Blood-Poisoning'. — — ? -' — 1 ? Doctor' Wanted to Amputate Hand. — Wound Healed and Limb Saved by Zam-Buk. '1 iKn. W. Sweet, of 22-5, Murray St., JtLobart, Tasmania, says: — While working in the store, I scratched my htiid with a rusty nail, and'in a short time the injury festered and became inflamed. My hand swelled up to three tirr.es its ordiuary size, and the iiflamati n spread light up my arm to the shoulder. . I 'was seriously alarmed and went to a doctor, who treated me in many ways with lotions, ointments, and other applications, but nothing eased the dreadful pain. The fgeny became so intense that I could not get rest cither day or night. The doctor then decided to call the knife into operation, and he opened the hand in two places to get away the accumu lation of matter and reduce /he swell ing. Instead ot this operation being beneficial, it proved the reverse, for my hand became worse. Then the [ doctor said the only hope was to take oil my hand, but I ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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