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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

Boys Will Be Boys. ? — : ? « ? ZAMBUK INDISPENSIBLE IN ? THE HOME. Every mother should alivays keep handy a pot of Zam-Buk; for the little ones at play are al ways gettiuginto wars. Knocks, cuts, bumps aud bruises are every-day troubles where children are, and the immediate application of Zam Buk would prevent serious complication arising aud give ease and comfort to the little victim. Mrs. H. Goodwin, Prince Street, Graf ton, N.S.W. says.— 'Zam-Buk Is my home first-aid, and I always keep a sup ply handy. A few months ago my little, boy, Cecil, who is only six years of age, had his left foot scalded very badly while I was making tea. The wound developed into a nasty proud sore and caused the child terrible pain. He was unable to walkabout, and I had to keep him away from school. I dressed his foot with Zam-Buk, which gave him immediate ease, and continuing to useZarn-Buk for a few days, the little chap was quite cured and back to school again. My husband suffers from the results of ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Peps Reach Both Throat and Lungs. ALWAYS KEEP A BOX IN THE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

Peps Reach Both Throat and Lungs. ? ♦ ? ALWAYS KEEP A BOX IN :THE HOME. Tn our climate, with its sudden changes of temperatnre at nightfall, it is im possible to, feel secure f1-om illness, especially if. you have a- weak chest. That tender feeling and soreness at the back of the mouth, that stiffness over the chest, that racking cough of bronchitis, aud that pain in the region of the lungs — all these are clanger signals that it is time to, take Peps if grave lung- and ,chest disease is to be averted. Peps entirely supersede the ordinary methods of swallowing drug-laden mix tures into the stomach to treat throat and chest complaints. These evils can only be removed' by a remedy that is ' breathed,' as Peps are, and not swallow-: ed. because Nature provides that only air shall pass through the respiratory tract to the lungs, whereas liquid medicine has to pass into the stomach. ?,. \ Divest a Peps tablet of its preserving silver wrapper and place it in the mouth. As the tablet disso...

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Liberal Reform Association. Ladies' Branch Formed. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

[?] Ladies' Branch Formed. Although the notice convening the meeting was short there was a large attendance of ladies at the School of Arts on Wednesday afternoon, when Mr. W. Boot, Bega, addressed the meeting in the interests of the Liberal and Reform Association. Dr. Ramsay Sharp presided, and, amid a great deal of enthusiasm, it was resolved to form a ladies' branch of the Association. Mr. Boot said he believed he had been put down to give an address, but he did not journey out for that pui pose, but to try and organise a Ladies' branch of the Liberal Association. He was pleasant ly surprised to sec so many ladies pre sent, and, he took it, they were al1 _good Liberals. He had heard that it would be vather a hard task to open up a Liberal League in Candelo, because it was such a hot-bed of Labor sym pathisers, but he hoped to hear, very shortly, what a hot-bed of Liberalism if. was. TTr Rnid t.hfiv were late in the field, so there was no time to be lost. The trouble with the ladi...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

[?] Maukets. — Messrs. J. \V. Gray am] [ Co. report butter up to 124s, cheese to f)id, bacon, choice to 7J, hams Od, eggs, to Is Ga, potatoes to £8 per ton, lu cerne to £5, maize to 2s lod a bushel. y The city butter buyers are rejecting everytking but the best. Over-vipe cream is not wanted at any price. This is attributed to the slackness of Inter State demand. Marvellous Bargains in. Winter Drapery, prior to Stocktaking, at Mur phy and Collins,. ?:- There is likely to be a pile of trouble over the resumption of Mahratta Es tate. The Advisory Board quotes £3 10s an acre for it, but the owners de mand £4- 10s. ' . * * ' * Mr. Pkitchard, Hagon and Go's en ergetic agent, is round on his periodical canvassing tour, and expects to strike Candelo next Tuesday. — See advfc. * * # . Mr. Kxeen, secietary of the Bega Rifle Club, has been granted an honor arium of £10 10s, in recognition of his services to the club. The rules forbid the employment of a paid secretary, hence the gift. * * ?* ...

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FIRE! FIRE! DESTRUCTION OF THE "BIG STORE." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

FIRE J ORE J ? 0 ? DESTRUCTION OF THE ' BIG STORE.' A big conflagration occurred on Tuesday night, when Bega was deprived of one of its finest buildings and most thriving business centres, occupied and con trolled by Messrs. Wickham and Co. The fire was first discovered about 10 o'clock, by Miss Sexton, of the Bank Hotel, and like magic the news spread and a great crowd collected. The Fire Brigade worked like Trojans, but it was soon apparent nothing could be done to save the main building, which was com pletely gutted with its valuable cou tents. The recent heavy rains and the calmness of the night alone saved the town from a calamity such as overtook Murwillumbah some months back. The damage is estimated at about £10,000, stock £6000 and building £4000. The latter, owned by R. W. Hughes, of Sydney, was insnred for £3000, but Messrs. Wickham, althongh their stock was partly covered by insurance, are heavy losers. The safes stood the or deal well and preserved all the books and docu...

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Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

coming ciiin. — ^ A meeting of the Candelo Coursing Club was held at the Candelo Hotel on Monday night, there being present, Mr. W. J. Collins (chair), Messrs J. Coman, C. Bright, A. O. Manns, A. P. Beresford and the Secretary (Mr. C. A. Green.) Correspondence was read and received. The sum of £1 12s was donated to trophy. Various accounts were passed for payment. The resig nation of Mr. A. H. Schuback was ac cepted with regret, reference being made to the good word done for the Club by Mr.J Schuback. It was decided to call a full meeting of the Committee for the following Thursday to consider the matter of running another stake this season. The Clnb is still willing to buy hares at 10s a pair. The adjourned meeting took place on Thursday afternoon as araanged, when it was decided to run another meeting on the 17th August, to consist of the the following: Maiden Stake, for dogs and bitches that have not won more than £2 this season, at 21s each. Sip ling Stakes, four dogs and four b...

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CURRENT TOPICS. "Kissing the Book." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

CURRENT TOPICS. ' Kissing the Book.' The old custom of ' Kissing the Book ' by witnesses has beeu passed out of English Courts,. and Perth, ''W. A'., and Hobart, Tas., have followed the example set us and -last week entered upon a new departure in their method of administering the oath in law courts. But this reform i-« coming nearer home stiM. It has,' been debated in our own Legislative Assembly, and it would seem that Kissing the Book will be abolished in New Smith Wales with very little dissent. While there arc perhaps, many ceremonies attd forms in existence which it would be} inadvis able to cast aside, though appearing ridiculous in themselves to the twentieth century mind, we agree that1 it is right time the practice under notice .was abolished. There is no rational reason why such a practice should continue, while the simple fact that it is regarded by many as objectionable and insanitary and that it is out of keeping wilh the prosaic methods of present-day civiliza tion a....

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THE TOP RUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

THE TOP RUNG. ? ♦ ? 4¥?HE man who neglects to develop £J\_ his natural talents robs himself his neighbor, his conn try and his God, and must inevitably suffer. This state ment may seem to some of our readers ' hewing rather close to the line,' as our American cousins say, but a little thought will confirm, its truth. What Sunday School child has not heard the Master Teacher's great parable of the talents, and the unbendingly merciless denunciation of the ' loafer.' the man ?who knowingly hid that which should have been used and developed to the uttermost ? This parable is but the expression of natural law in universal operation. Neglected law brings its punishment just as surely as infringed law, and sius of omission just as surely as sins of commission. Every man and woman sent into the world is en dowed with certain ability, and capacity to do certain things better than others. This is God's law of genius trying to find scope for operation in the ranks of mankind. This talent can ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

Articles Moral and Seli^ious, Philosophical, and Didactical. Church Services. | C-utliolio. Rf ASS «'ill be celebrated as under — ill .????'??.'? JUNE. 30th— Candelo 111 '( '?'. J . J. GU-KNING,-' P. P. Church, of Biaglmxd. KAMEBUKA PARISH. DIVIXE SERVICE will be held as uii der — : .?'???' JULY. 3— Candelo S a.m. (H.C.) Kair.eruka 11, (H.C)., Wolumla 3, Candelo 7.30 p.m 10— Bemboka 11 (H.C), Tantawanglo 3, Candelo 7.30. 17— Candelo 11, Wolumla3, Kameruka 7-30 24— Tantawanprlo 11 (H.C), Bemboka 3, Candelo 7.30. ,,',-?,„ 31 — Niagara 11, Kameruka 3, Candelo /.30. 20— (Wednesday) Niagara 7,30. K W. GARDNER. Australasian jVTetlioclist Oimreli T\IVINE SERVICES will be conducted as XJ under — JULT. ; 31— Candelo 11, Pambula 3, Eden 7.30 AUGUST. ; 7— Tantawanglo 11, Bemboka 2.30, Can delo 7.30. ' '* 14— Pambula 11, Wolumla (town) 3.30, Candelo 7.30. 21— Burragate 11.30, Wyndham 3, Candelo 7.30. £21— Pambula 11, .South Wolumla .3.30, Candelo 7.30. Rev. I\ H. Walkden-Brown. 3?res'bytei*ia.n...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

6eHe?fi!-N«ws. The flat rate telephone system wil. be abolished on 1st September, and * toll rate established. ? . * , * * The Tweed Tim ks says that the Far South Coasters continue to arrive it the Tweed district, and at once become valued members of the community. * * * ..--I Henry Threlfo, an old an well-know*. ?- identity of Maitland, the of her daj ^ killed his little son with a crowbar. A motorist has been fined 10s and costs iii .Sydney for 'permitting air. undue amount of smoke to be projected from his car.' * * * Two miners have been_ rescued alips after being entombed in a mine .aG Rochnm, Prussia, for 123 hours. * * * It is understood that uniform rates; of postage will come into operaticc early next year, and that penny postage will be established. # * * Stern measures are being takeu fee prevent the traffic in stowaways be tween China and Australia. « * * The Farmers and Settlers' Associsr tiou have decided to form a Political Country Party. # * * Thieves, believed to b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

THE IL.1.AWAEEA & SOUTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY LIMITED. Bars, Weather and other circumstance* permitting STEAMEES will LEAVE SYDNEY for BEEMAGUI, TATHEA, MEEIMBULA and EDEN on Mondays at '4 p.m. and Thurs days at 7 p.m. Leaving the above Port3 for SYDNEY as follows — EDEN, at or about 7 a.m. on WEDNES DAYS and 10 a.m. on SATUEDAYS. MEEIMBULA, at or about 8 a.m. on WEDNESDAYS and 11 a.m. on SATUE DAYS. TA.THEA,at or about Noon on WEDNES DAYS and 3 p.m. on SATURDAYS. BEEMAGUI, at or about 3 p.m. on WED NESDAYS and 6 p.m an SATUEDAYS. Subject to Alteration. T. H. JACKSON, j Manager- | ' For Year Ending. 30th June, 1910. Receipts. £ s. d. June 30, 1910 — i To Menbors' Subscriptions to School of Arts - ... .. 18 14 4 ] ,. Club Room Subscriptions .. 7 16 6 „ Billiard Receipts .. ... 18 14 9 „ Rents ?.. ' ? .. 70 0 3 ,,. Donation, Miss Davie3.. ... 5 4 0 , Government Subsidy .. .. 7 18 8 ,, Deposit on Keys .. .. 14 0 Sundbt Receipts— ., Sales, Paper, otc ... 3/6 „ Proceeds ...

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The Nimitybelle Football Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

? * ? The Candeloites are pi'ojectir.g a visit to Bibbenluke at an early date, with a purpose to try and wrest from the Bibbenluke team the much coveted Nimitybelle Cup. In view of this fact the rules governing the Cup may be of local interest. We ai'e enabled to give them as under: — 1. The Cup shall be open for com petition between the holders and any properly organised club in tho Eden Monaro Electorate and be competed for under the latest N.S. Wales Rugby Union rules. 2. No player shall be allowed to compete for the Cup, with more lh-ui one club during one season, and he must play with the club nearest his place of residence, and must have been a bona-h'de resident for not less than one month prior to playing in a cup match. 3. The holders of the Cup must ac cept any challenge issued by auy eleg ible club and play within fourteen (14) clays of receipt thereof or forfeit the Cup to the challengers. The last defeated club to be entitled to first match provided they issue a challen...

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CATHCART. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

CATHCART. We are having splendid rains, about 150 points being registered. The grass is beginning to shoot and there is every prospect of a goo'd spring. We are pleased to be able to report that Mr. C. Stewart is gradually recov - ering from his severe illness. We learn that he has had on attack of measles as well as pneumonia and bronchitis. ? Diptheria seenis to be wearing itself out in our little town. .-. Up to the time of writing there have been no fresh cases and those who have been suffering are doing splendidly. Mr. W. Davis has decided to. open up a machine shearing shed here this year. He intends to put. in six machines and expects to shear about 12,000 sheep. No doubt this will be a great convenience and benefit to tha small sheepowuers who have decided to bring their sheep here to be shorn. Shearing will com mence about the beginning of Novem ber. We hear that Miss, Peterson, who has been sufferirg for some time with that dread malady, consumption, has been removed to Bo...

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Inter-District. WYNDHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

Tn tiPr-lM erf: vi t-f ? *^ ? From our Correspondents. **' WYNDHAM. Wyndliam has received its share of beneficial rains which have been fall J throughout the different parts of State, and in consequence. the roads in a very heavy condition/ *' The R. C. Ball on Wednesday night last was well patronised by local resi dents and visitors from the surround ing districts. The tables were all that could be desired, the mnsic good, and the takings, amounting to £32, were considered satisfactory. This also in cludes the takings of the Cinderella held ou Friday night when there was also a good attendance. 25/7/' 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

FIRST IN THE FIELD. OUR SPRING MATERIALS are now ar riving and our customers can make their selection for the SUMMER SUITS from the largest and newest range of samples carried out of the city. Mr. Fritehapd OF mmn & company. will be at BErGHT'S EOYAL HOTEL on Tuesday, 2nd August SAC SUITS 75/-, 80/-, 85/-, 90/ to 1OO/-. WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION, Roller Skating. Agricultural Rail, CANDELO.' A GRAND Plots mi Faiicy ires will be held in the above Hall on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. PRIZES BEST FANCY DKESS . . LADY. ,. GENTLEMAN. COMIC FOR LADY & GENTLEMAN. Admission Is, Skates Gd extra. Kameruka Band Engaged G. F. VERNON, Promoter. CANDELO TURF CLUB. rPHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING L of Members of the above Club will be held- on MONDAY, 1st AUGUST. 1910, at A. O. MANN'S CANDELO HOTEL at 3.30 p.m. (I). For the submission of the Annual Heport and Treasurer's Financial Statement. (2). For the election of the General Com mittee. (3). Any other business. E. ALLEN, Secretary. A MEETIN...

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WOLUMLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

WOLUMLA. The annnal Mcetiug of the Parents and Citizens' Association was held at the School on Monday night, the Presi dent. (Mr: McDonald) in the chnir. The balance-shaet was read, showing receipts £15 10s, payments £8 10s 4d. Mr. Peters donated 10s and Mr. McKin nery 5s, and this, added to the balance leaves a credit of £7 17s 8d. Fellow iug are the officers elected for next year: — President, Mr. Macdonald; Vice Presidents, Messrs Waddell and Scha fer ; Treasurer, Mr. Connolly ; Secre tary. Mr. Wiightson. Messrs. Fairley and Proctor spoke on the system of conveying children to the school. The latter felt sure that this system should be generally adopted. It would not only be cheaper than the up-keep of so many small schools aud the payment of teachers' salaries, but would result in pupils attaining a much higher stan dard of education. He recommended the Association to go into the matter thoroughly. The usual vote of thanks was accorded the teacher, chairman and secretary.

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BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 30 July 1910

BOMBALA. On Thursday 21st inst., the Jack Johnson Minstrel Company gave their first entertainment in the School of Arts and was much enjoyed by all pre sent. Owing to previous rain there was not so many present as was ex pected, although the townspeople rolled up well. The concert was promoted for the purpose of raising money for a telephone at the rifle range, and to help along the funds of the Bombala Brass Band. The amonnt cleared at the con cert will not place very much to the credit of either body. Wo understand that the company intend holding an other entertainment on Augnst the 17th, at decidedly reduced prices. With good weather it should be a great suc cess as this class of concert is very popular. Master Harry Elliott met with a uasty accident while engaged cutting wood in Mr. Norris' yard. He made a misstroke and cut his toe, almost sev ering it. Dr. Eddie inserted a couple of stitches, and he is now progressing favorably. A supply of pine trees and elms have been procure...

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The Home of Nazareth. BY CARDINAL GIBBONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

Tit Homs ©I Nozoretli. — ♦ — ; — BY CARDINAL GIBBONS. From nn article in the Catholic Press, by (Jardiiuil Gibbons, on ?' The) Ideal ot the 'Jliriritian Family,'' we repriut thy Following striking remarks: — It was only with the dawn of Christi aiiirv .that the true ideal of the home reotjivpd its f nil aud perfect expiession in the words of the Divine Teacher. A:uoni,' tbe Greeks and the Romans it \v\-\ been the formation of the perfect citiauir which was aimed at. That the child bo taught to dare all things, suffer nil tilings, for his country's sake. This was the goal. With Christ it was indeed a citizen ship—aye, more, a brotherhood, which the home was to inculcate in the spirit of mutual love and1 forbearance. And just as Christ taught nothing else which he did not show forth by ex ample in His divine life, so He has ?rxvetX' us, in his own filial love and obedience to Mary and Joseph, the di vine type of the Christian home. It is profitable for us to-day to hoed well these les...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

Spirts iron tire Anvil. ? V ? It is nothing to me that the Bible has its difficulties so long as its keejss | turning out saints. — Howard. ?#??.*? * Prayer is love keeping tryst. — Gordon. #.?..# * I am not - bound to win but I sun bound to be true. - -Abraham Lincoln. * # * The world is full of judgment days, and into ! every assembly that a man enters, into every action he attempts, he is gauged and stamped. — Emerson. * . 4 # * The world moves aloug not only by the gigantic shoves of its hero work ers but by the aggregate tiny pushes of every worker. ' — -Grpen. * * * So near is falsehood to truth that, a wise man would do well not to trust himself too near the narrow edge. — Cicero. * .. * * There are none so near to Heaven as those convinced of sin and none so near to hell as those who have quenched conviction. — Buuyan. * '* , .* Your first duty is towards your after self — the man you are going^to be. —David Starr Jordan. ?:-.#? : : * . * We rise -.by things that are under f...

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No Place for the Boys. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

No Place (or m B®p. What can a boy do, and where can a boy stay If he is always told to get onfc of the way ? He cannot sifc here, and he cannot sit there, The cushions that cover that fine rock ing chair TV CIO IJUU I UULV) Ul UVUlOUj LU UO t)&CU and admired ; A boy has no business to ever be tired. The beautiful roses and flowers that bloom On tbe floor of the darkened and delicate room Are made not to walk on — at least not by boys ; The house is no place anyway for the. boys. Yet, boys must walk somewhere: and what if their feet, Sent out of their house and into the street, Should step round the corner and pause at the door Where other boys' feet have paused oft befoi'e. To pass through the gateway of glittering light, Where jokes that are merry and songs that, are bright Ring out a warm welcome, with flat tering voice, And temptingly say ' Here's a place for the boys.' O, what if they should? What if your boy, or mine, Should cross o'er the threshold which marks out the...

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