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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

WANTED. ? o ? : ? WANTED a hand for store work and delivery. Apply — MURPHY & COLLINS, Public. Meeting. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the School of Arts, Candelo, on THURSDAY AFTERNOON, 5th SEP TEMBER (immediately after the Show Committee meeting), for the purpose of discussing the advisability of procuring a more suitable site and establishing a Cottage Hospital in Candelo. T. ROBERTSON. Secretary Progress Association.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

Religious Notices. (Ja.th.olic. Jj^JASS will be celebrated as under — Candelo, every second Sunday at 11. J. J. GUNNING. P. P. Ohurcli oi England KAMERUKA PARISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be held as au der— SEPTEMBER. 1st — Candele 8, Kameruka 11, Wolumla 3, Candelo 7.30 Rev. N. W. GARDNER. A.ustra.la.sian JVIethodist (Jhuroh DIVINE SERVICES will be conductedas under — 1st — Bemboka 11, Candelo 7.30. J. WILKINSON. Pres b-yteriun. Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Candelo every 2nd Sunday in each month, at 5 p.m. f Rev. S. BROWN. R. B. BASH, b.d.s. (University of Sydney.) AND W. H. MARSHALL. g&l (University of Sydney). ' —LATE ORMISTON & BUSH— DENTISTS, Beg-a. Mr. W. H. Marshall, B.D.S., will visit the undermentioned places on the following dates: — ^ Pambula — Tues. Aug. 6th to Sat. Aug. 10. Eden — (Pike's Hotel) Mon. Aug. 12 to Sat.. Aug. 17. Towauba. — Mon. Aug 19 to Wed. Aug 21. Wyndhah — Thurs, Aug. 22 to Sat. Aug 24. Rocky Hall — Mon, Aug 26 to Tues. Aug 27 ...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

Brevities. One death per day from diphtheria in Sydney during the past month. -A fox hunter up Gundagai way sold £74 worth of skins in 13 weeks. Estmated that there are 800,000 dairy cows in New South Wales. Pambula boast3 a crop of 30 brand new babies in seven weeks. Australia has more places of pub- { lie worship in proportion to popula tion than any other country. But it also has more politicians and more taxes. The most attentive man to business we ever heard of was he who wrote on his store door : ' Gone to get married ; back in fifteen' minutes.' Prop. Morrisey, of snake fame* claims to have been snake-bitten 400 times, and never yet cut a bit out of his hide. ' Tour finger print, please,' is the novel demar.d now being made by some New York banks of all ladies and gents wanting cheques cashed:

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Sundry Siftings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

suMry striiRfs. ' Eat sparrows ; when broiled, boned, buttered, and served on toast, they are as fine as quail.' This is the latest advice of the U.S.A. Govern ment to reduce the cost of living. Thos a reptile reporter : — The Par liamentary circus has opened for an otner Drier season m oyaney. £ixcei lent patronage is accorded the show, and the clowns and dummies arouse great enthusiaam. Proceedings at a Moree church one Sunday night recently were consider ably enlivened by a gent in the back seat who brought his refreshments with him. He apparently expected that the discourse would be pretty dry, for as soon as the sermon started he had a nip, and every time the par son sheeted home some good argument j he had another nip, every now and ! then interjecting a subdued but fer vent ' Hear, hear !' A negro workman on the railroad ; eacb week presented a check and drew his wages, and one day as he put his money in a greasy wallet the , banker said : ' Look here, Mose ; why don't you le...

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Purple Patches [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

' ptirpl® Psicfe J [FROM , CURRENT .LITERATURE,] 4'Hj1?. deeds, ., not birth, that, .make /rrienioW.' — Bobby BurHS. i ,i ? Violence is ever the confession of weakness ; gentlenesa is the unfailing sign of noble; power. . How ilight. the touches are that kiss, The music- from the chords of life ! Hell is nothing but selfishness on fire. ; You cannot tell much about a man's banking account in . hea,ven by hi? ability to coin pious, phrases. In many instances a . person who holds his -own tongue holds a good deal. ' A; man's talk-is like a cannon ball-,-7- - it's, power depends on the powder.: that's behind it. '? No: person is well brought up till he 'knows how to take care of himself ; and no child is well governed that is governed from the outside. — Beecher. Coerced innocence is like an im prisoned lark, — open the door, and it is off forever. — -Haliburton. The highest goodness must have no hedge round it, must need no hedge, standing secure in its own sublime quality and strengt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

I. f FOR , ~ I ^sbbS^ The Cook's Best Friend.' 'Good Shot ' Baking Powder.Mts^., tfie mark and has. sl- '-waE*fn' ^ ? corner in the 'cook9® hearty--'-/ because sh© finds it such a v.) great kitchen . aid, so reliable,^ so. economical'. ' sind '00 ? -whole* some. There ar© other kmds^ but ' Good Shot is the powder „ : that assures better result®. Contains - absolutely:, no dele® terious ingredients. Used by all- - discriminating housewives. 1 -? / 1 r - - Evesy grocer stocks 'Good Shot' Baking Powder- Send1 for a tih '; of, It right away. . j ©. MITCHELL & CO.. LTD. 8 ' Proprietors, S1'1'1' ? ? ? ? nil ? ? ? ? w.n.M.iii,miMiii.a.in«| ANTHONY H0KDEE1S5 || ^ 8 i ii for THE f I GEM JUNIOR SAFETY RAZOR I THE BLADE is the first thing to consider in a- Razor ; it does the shaving-. The A ?X BLADES first made the FAME of the GEM JUNIOR. They are produced from the 'X best RAZOR STEEL, tempered by a PROCESS that gives a KEEN, LASTING EDGE. 6 The STEEL is so SUPERIOR, the TEMPER and ED...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

Heyth'^i?eeiy.jby ; -PileS.' '? - Was too Weak to Walk. A Splendid Cure by Bile Beans. * husband for five years was a martyr to bleeding piles,' says . Mrs. Lily. Thompson, of 271 Swan Street, Easfc Richmond, Melbourne. 'The pain he endured during this long period was excruciating, and he was very much weakened by the continued loss of blood. At one time he was laid up for fourteen days, being[ un able to walk he was so weak. This terrible ailment got so bad that he was unable to walk or sit down. He was in a fearful state, the Abnormal swellings caused hi'm much misery, and his health completely broke down. Every description of remedy did he try, but could not obtain any relief. However, he was persuaded to com mence, taking Bile Beans, , which we , were, delighted .to find soon gave . him ease/, Bile Be&us soon put the digest ive organs. in. a he'althystat3;and .'freed . the system of its clogged condition and congested matter. He continued with Bile Beans until the piles ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

. . u ... . .- Plate and Bridge. Work are a Specialty ofi * DENTIST ' A; SPlSftCEK S32 PI1T ST., S¥©NE¥ {1! ??? * t& Few Dock's from ElnflSt.) !! The latest Qethsds. i Lomst Cbtrges. . j STOPPED HOURS OF MISERY. ' Tlie excruciating pains of rheumatism , have caused me many hours of misery,' says Mrs.' Jane Pierce, 1340 Sturt St., Ballarat, Yic. ''.It' seemed as though I would never get relief, then I -started to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. . The first 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. When you see a chap enjoying himself telling yon a story, never tell him that you have heard that story before.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

Ghastly Result of a Fall. ' — ? ' Pace Disfigured by Ulcers. Marvellous Healing by Zam Buk. .. I IHCrs. Ethol Flaherty, of 117 Melville Street, Hobart, Tasmania, says : — 'My two little children, Annie and Ethel, have both derived great benefit from Zam-Buk. Annie had a nasty sore on her forehead, the result of a fall. She kept scratching this and eventually poisoned it, for the wound started to fester and spread, then blood-poison set in, and broke out on her body and head. She made this worse by always rubbing and scratching it. Her fore head and nose were awful sights, and, the ulcers. having attacked them, near ly all the flesh was eaten away from her liose and the bone almost exposed, leaving it a ghastly sight. Various ointments were prescribed by a medi cal attendant, but not one of them did her aDy good ; instead she continued , to get worse. At last I decided to give Zam-Buk a trial, and the immediate results were most satisfactory. After only a few applications, the diseas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

Direct giroiaa. t,Ta.& J^Ea.m'Q-S'SjCfc'o.sreirs. OUR HOME INDENTS „ Consisting of Prints, Cambrics, Muslins, and Dress-.Gt.oods . To Be Opened, in: a Few Dayg. THERE 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, Crum & Co., with whose name each piecei is Btamped. The patterns are charming, aiid the colours as fast as a rock. A JjjP GORGEOUS ASSORTMENT of New Millinery,?# prominent feature of which. is its Cheapnesss compared to previous seasons. * LADIES', MAIDS', AND CHILDREN'S STRAW SHAPES r ! S -^aaasaa in great variety. -\t: 7 / 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 ejcperience and excellent taste, is now prepared to take orders for Summer Millinery, and to advise customers as to what is Smart and Fashionable. jjfnmt tire...

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Cricket Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

£ricMRWH|. An enthusiastic meeting of cricketers was held at the School of Arts on Monday night for the purpose of form ing a local Club. There were pressnt : Messrs. Lowe (chair), Dr. Candlish, T. Robertson, L. Lazarus, R. Ellis, W. Collins, W. McCarthy, C. Greig, C. Ginns, 0. Ryan, T. Pike, E. H. Jea cocke, and R. Johnson. Mr. W . Uolhns acted as Secretary pro tem. On the motion of Dr. Candlish and Mr. Pike, it' was resolved to take over the assets and liabilities of the old club and that a new club be formed. The following officers were elected : i Patrons — Hon. Austin Chapman j and Hon. W. H. Wc°d- ' President — Dr. Candlish. Vice-Presidents — Messrs. W. J. Col lins, E. A. Bloomfield, Rev. N. Gard-.' ner, T. Thomas, anil A. Champneys. Secretary — Mr. E. H. G. Jeacocke. Treasurer — Mr. T. Pike. Selection Committee — Dr. Cand lish, Messrs. T. Pike and W. Collins. Committee — All financial members, with a quorum of seven. Captain — Mr. T. Pike. Vice-Captain — Dr. Candlish. Umpire ...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 31 August 1912

. mm ni mtcs. .Sign of an early spring — sit on the Bathurst bnrrs in the vicinity. ? Locat, rabbits are having a tremen dous slap at Fisher's bonus. The last 'White Hope' — that Brudder Johnson will retire. Mr. Wm- Rixon sold good ? yardings of cattle for satis actory prices at his Bemboka sale last Saturday. Wanted ! ' A correspondent to this paper from Wyndham, Cathcart and Wolumla. Live ones preferred — we have dead ones. The staff of the Candelo bakery has undergone some change. Messrs A. Holzh&user and J. Collins have entered the employ of Mr. * F: Zingel, Bega, and Mr. de Cluet, of Sydney, and Mr. F. Thomas have been engaged here. There was a good turn out to the cticket practice on Saturday, which is a good augury for the season. It was casually observed by a speaker at the meeting on Monday night that the the breath of revival is largely due to Dr. Candlish. It was good'to seo our hamlet stop work and turu out to haul a motorcar full of ladies ont of, the sands of t...

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BREVITIES. SNOW fell at Eden last week. HE who hesitates is bossed. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 September 1912

BREVITIES. Snow fell at Eden last week. He who hesitates is bossed. Men solve riddles; women guess them. A Frencti aviator the other day flew 110 miles in 64 minutes. _ No man has ever risen in the world by jumping at conclusions. Many a husband argues that where ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to confess. Rabbits still numerous. Over £100 paid for pelts locally last Saturday at reduced prices. ?What needs more philosophy than taking things as they come ? Parting with things as they go. The House of Representatives has passed the second reading of a Bill imposing supertax on estates of £30,000. Madajie Me lp. a has accepted an en gagement for a six months' tour of America next year, for which she is to receive £40,000.

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P. P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 September 1912

P. P. lurl. he legular monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday. There were present, Messrs T. Cochrane (chair), J. A. Gordou, G. Keys, W. Haslingden, D. Tarlinton, and C. Parbery. R. Booth's application for wire netting on time payment was en dorsed ; an application for two miles of wire-netting on terms from Mrs. T. Welsh was approved ; and an ap plication from A. P. Beare was de ferred pending the application being lodged in order. It was decided to inform the Kame ruka Estate that their netting fences will be inspected before the end of the year, and an allowance of half rates will be made for areas certifi cated rabbit proof at time of next assessment. The I.S.N. Co. agreed to give the reductiou of 5 per cent iu freight on 5-tous or more wire netting shipped to the Board, even if composed of small lots. — The Department will be asked to assist in making up five-ton lots. Mr. J. T. Collins wrote asking whether he was entitled to half rates on last year's assessment for p...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 September 1912

News im Notes. . ? 9 ? Rev. T. S. -Crawford, M.L.A., has been admitted to the Bar of New South Wales. Good cattle yardings were cleared locally on Saturday last by Auctioneers Brown, Sharpe aud Blacker at fall late rates. One evening last week an enjoyable euchre party eventuated in aid of the Toothdale School teianis court. The prizes were won by Mrs. S. Hans combe and Mr. A. Perry. A fairly good financial result was achieved. Bega District Jockey Club has de cided on the followiug racing fixtures : — Spring Meeting, 30th October ; Summer Meeting, 4th December ; Annual Meeting, 1st aud 2nd January. A new stock brand for using on the forehead of animals, and thus not de preciating the hides, has been patented. A deraonstrrtion was given at Hawkesbury Agricultural College, and turned out satisfactory. It is said that unbranded hides will show a remarkable increase in value. Mr. Joseph Groves, well-known in Bombala district, and brother to Mr. Jas. Groves of this town, is reported to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 September 1912

? sASil, The IL LA WAR liA and SOUTH | ' COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. | Bars, Weather & other circumstances permitting STEAMERS will LEAVE SYDNEY for 1 BERMAGTTI, 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 SATURDAY'S. j MERIMBULA, at or about 8 a.m. on WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAY'S. j TATHRA, at 'or about Noon WEDNES- j DAYS and SATURDAYS. BERMAGTTI, at or about 3 p.m. on WED- I NESDAYS SATURDAYS. Subject to Alteration. D. J. M. SIM, General Manager ?

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Sports Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 September 1912

Sports Meeting. 2j[ he Committee in connection with' the Friendly Societies' Sports and Ball to be held on Wednesday next ?met on Wednesday night, when there were present Messrs Waltei Collins (chair), C. Ryan, L. Lazarus, J. Cor bett, R. Ellis, J. Coman, J. Hart, ^aud Secretury C. Greig. Mr. E. A. Tarlinton wrote regret ting his inability to fulfil his appoint ment as horse judge, as he had to go to Sydney aud would be unable to tiLieuu. The President of Bega Hospital, in reply to representations made by the Committee, intimated that no alteration could be made iu the date of the Hospital Ball. On the motion of Messrs Corbett and Coman, Mr. Geo. Porter was ap pointed judge of the horse events. On the motion of Messrs Corbett and Comau, Mesdames H. P., W. J., and J. T. Collius, aud Misses Morrow, Bertha Holzhauser, and I. Ellis were apointed to the management of the luncheon, and Mrs. T. Heffernan to the charge of the door. Mr. Corbett reported that Mr. A. J. Godfrey was unable to t...

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Local & General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 September 1912

local & Geaerdl. All HAir, ! — to the School of Arts! Dramatic Company. M. Lazarus and Sous notify that their store will be closed on Thursday next, opening on Friday as usual. DENTAL NOTICE.— Mr. G. P. Vernon, Dentist, bega, visits Candelo regularly ?every fortnight, and may be consulted at ? ' Manns' Hotel. Next visit — September 12, 13 and 14.* Mr. R. Glenn, who has been for many year? a popular carrier between -Candelo and Tathra, aud who has Served this township well in that cap? city, contemplates relinquishing -the business very shortly. Strong westerly blowing as we go. to press. Peruse the interesting list of auction sales on this page. The Gandelo School of Arts benefits by about £5/14 from the efforts of the Bemboka Kookaburras. A Committee meeting of the Can delo Picnic Race Club will bo held on Monday night. Tiie date for the pro posed race meeting has been fixe! for 6th November. The time is now ripe when all canines which have put in six months or more yelping...

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Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 September 1912

Shire council ^he Imlay Shire Council met at Eden on Friday, all the members being present. The meeting was the first held in llie new council chambers. Mr. Jacobson, representing a whal ing syndicate, with works at Durban, asked if ti.e Council would offer any objee'eiors to the granting of a site for a station on Quarantine Bay reserve at Eden. It was decided to suggest that the Syndicate take over the present whal ing station or obtain a site adjacent thereto. Instructions were given for the council chambers to be insured for £450, and the furniture for £50. The sanitary inspector was directed to report on the condition of all butchers' shops in the Shire. The engineer was instructed to at tend to the following : — Repairs to road from cross roads to Tantawanglo River. One Mile Creek Bridge, Pericoe, Folland and gang to lift and put in position. Repairs to Towamba Street at Sfcnrt. Repairs to crossing at Timbilica Creek, road Yambula to Wangrabelle. Lochiel Back Creek road, have ...

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Wednesday's Sports. OPENING HANDICAP STARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 7 September 1912

WNiesiai's spon§. OPENING HANDICAP STARTS. Scratch — S. Sharpe. 0. T. Wilton' Phil Collins, E. Bright, Wm. Frazer, W- Beresford, J. Collins jur., W. Miller, A. Power, R. Beasley. 2yds — S. Wheeler. 4yds — F. Collins. Gyds— E. Hammond, J. Tapper. 7yds — F. Thomas, E. Collins, M. Coffey, W. Wheatley. 8yds — Denniug, Bert Collius, E. Groves, W. Clarke, Alex Robinson. 9yds — T. Wheatley, C. Collins. 10yds — W . Bower,- W. McCarthy, W. Holzhauser, H. Wiles, A. Grant, L. Bateiaan, H. Thurbon, W. Hackett W. Schick, Arty Robinson, R. Ellis. llyds — F. Meares, C. Ginnsj C. Ryan, C. Nutland, Percy Collins, W Hammond, G. Plumb, J. Wheatley, S. Butler, R. Smith, R. Wilton, J. Hef fernan, H. Peck, Capt. Collins, R. Jchnson, Thos. Gleun, W. Riley, A. Speuce, C. Fairman, A. Hanlou, J. Hart, W. Parsons, H. Boiler.

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