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World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

?' worlti-WMe Gleanings. ? * For the first time in about 40 years | the entrance to the. Snowy llivei lias been absolutely closed. * * # Dr. Robertson, of the [Victorian. Health Department, attributes diph theria 'among : schoolchildren to the use . of slates. . - ???' Woods'Great Peppermiatt'Gure, . ?'?' for Coughs and CoWs?z£e*ei: fails. Is fid. #...'? -?'?.'?.&'£;*¥?? * A strange disease recently decimated the, turkey flocks out Grobarralong way, Gundagai, and hnndreds of birds have died. . . ?'.'/??:..? ' * ~ *. ?:;.;:?; .'?.;;# Sir George- Reid,-- Commonwealth High. Commissioner, laid the corner stone' of Dr. Banardo's- Hospital, at Leytoustone, to which Australia sub scribed £17,000. ???.-? ??? . v * * * ? . For Chronic Chest Complaints, \Voois' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. * *' ''' *. The South Australian Labor Premier Verran says the drinking and gambling interests need expect no quarter from Lira. He professes himself dead against anything which tends to destroy re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

iA^LL unnecessary trouble will be avoided if you patronise our NEW System of Dressmaking. ''^5 Our Ladies' Costumes to Measure, or, in other words, our Dressmaking Department, is now conducted under the Most Modern System of Dressmaking. All our Dress and Costume Orders are executed just the same as if Dressmakers were domiciled in our Warehouse. A fact Avhich is now conceded by almost all country storekeepers, as well as their customers, is, that country dressmaking has proved a failure, so, in order that our lady customers may dress as smart as their city confreres, we get each Dress Order executed by our City Costumier in Sydney. The Latest Fashion Plates will be at the disposal of Ladies visiting our Show Room, and they will be waited upon by a lady of exceptional taste and experience, who will take measures and ad vise customers generally. The advantages of this system are a larger range of Materials to select from ; the Dress or Costume will be made faithfully to the fashion p...

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DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

DELEGATE. ? -A ? A little son of Mr. William Oliver, of Quinburra, had the misfortune to meet with a very painful accident on Sunday last. In company with his brother he was playing with a batcher's knife, when be fell, the knife entering the little fellow's side, inflicting ' a nasty gash, necessitating the attendance of Dr. Pern, under whose cai'e I hear he is progressing favorably. St. Phillips' Church of England which had been prettily decorated for the oc casion, was on Wednesday, 22nd inst., the scene of a very pretty wedding, the contracting parties being Mr. Arthur J. Ashby (formerly of Bega) and Miss Florence R. Watliug, eldest daughter of Mr. R. Watling of Delegate. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming iu a very pretty dress of cream voile, with pearl trimmings. She wore the usual wreath and veil and carried an ivory bound prayer book, the gift of the bridegroom. The brides maids, Misses Maud and Minnie Wat ling, sisters of the bride, were neatly at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

TTORSES CLIPPED in thirty minutes by JUL the AMERICAN MACHINE CLIP PER. JFor sale at I MURPHY AND COLLINS'. J, NOTICE. ALL STOCK depasturing on the Candelo Permanent Common must be registered and paid for on or before TUESDAY, JULY 5th. All Stock not registered by that date will be impounded. / By order of the Trustees, C. A. GREEN, Secretary. THE LEADING BOOTMAKER. w (Next door to Groves' Boarding House.) Ladies' and Gents' Boots made in the highest style of the art. AT.T. REPAIRS EXECUTED NEaTLY AND QUICKLY. Prices Moderate. . . . . . GoodWorkmanship. INSURE WITH THE Ausfrnlien MHtMl \\n insiroHce Sep., ltd., PITT & KING STREES, SYDNEY. Risks of FIRE. PERSONAL ACCIDENT, PLATE GLASS, &c, covered at LOWEST RATES. G. HOWARD POPE, Manager. A H. SCHUBACK, Agent, CANDELO.

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BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

BOMBALA. ? ? ♦ — '- ? The Niraitybelle football team will visit Bombala on Saturday, 3.3t inst. and play on the local oval during the afternaon. A dance will be held iD the School of Arts at night. A large at tendance is expected at the match, being the first match for the local Cup. A return match between Bom bala Waratahs and Cathcart will be played previous to the Nimitybelle Bombala match. The Bombala Boys' Athletic Club team defeated the Waratahs on Monday afternoon by 16 1?b 3. A meeting of ladies and gentlemen was held in the School of Arts to form a Libeial and Reform Association. A large number of members were enrolled. Great excitement prevails for the coming election. Mr. D'Arcy held a meeting at the Imperial Hotel on Saturday night. A good many electors rolled up to hear him and were very satisfied with his address. Mr. Wood was given a good hearing in the School of Arts on the occasion of his recent visit. A sad and painful accident happened to Master Harry Head last we...

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How Napoleon's Marshals Died. A Romance of Great Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

[?] A Romance of Great Soldiers. [A nation's history is made by its great men ; and because that is. true the lives of a nation's leaders represent the history of a nation. The story |of France is a pathetically brilliant one, and the most uotable part of its history ?was undoubtedly that of the Great Revolution. For centuries noted for ' its great . and chivalrous characters, such a time of storm and stress de manded something special in the .shape of leaders to save the Empire from ruin, and the supply equalled the de mand. Napoleon was the masterman, the central figure of the century, per haps the greatest military genius of all time ; but even Napoleon could never Lave been what he became but for his lieutenants, his marshals, each of them a genius in his own department.* Their lives give us one of the romances of military history. 'Mr. Stein, in the Corxhiil, tells the tale of the achieve ments, especially ' how they died,' of this group of brilliant soldiers, whose careers in ...

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Spoiling. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

Sporting. ? A ? There are 200 newspaper correspond ents at Reuo recording the prepara tions for the Johnson-Jeffries fight. # * # Nimitjbelle School of Arts commit tee refused an offer from Messrs. Mudie and Wilton, of Bemboka, to lease the hall for skating purposes. # # # Cooma Rover Footballers are goiug to Sydney to play the Tramway team ou 1st August. * * * In a goal-kicking contest between Messenger (Australia) and Lomas (England), the latter tfon the compe tition by one goal. * * * Tommy Burns has accepted an offer of £200 from the New York 'World' to report the Jeffries-Johnson contest for that paper. * * * Duriughis connection with the tnrf, as owner of racehorses, the late King Edward won £137,613, being the value of 119 races won. * * * S. M' Kee, 9st 2f 1b, has increased the South Australia amateur lifting record by clean lifting 1801b double-handed. « * * Sydney football on Monday resulted : Australia beat New Zealand by 11 to 0, Maoris beat the Americans by 22 to 3, and...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

CMLEffiAMS. London, Thursday, The British House of Commons has discussed the Colonial Office Vote. Mr. Lynch, Nationalist, declared that the Australian governors were only pale reflexes of a bad English system. The custom was to send a man whose only reputation was his title. The Colonial Secretary replied to the attack. Speaking at the National Service League banquet, Sir George Reid said there was no political question in Aus tralia on naval and military matters. Britain mnst be prepared to defend herself on the instant. If Britain's flag once went down they wonld never see it again. Tt is understood that Kitchener will probably be appointed British Agent at Cairo.

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. Markets. — Eggs Is to Is 3d, Butter 106s to 118s, Cheese to 8d, Hens 3s to 4s, Roosters 3s to 5s. In the Assembly the Minister for Lands introduced a Bill to promote closer settlement by groups. To far mers who may agree to purchase estates, advances by the Government Savings Bank will be guaranteed on terms that will be satisfactory from a Government point of view. Caidiual Moran, referring to the ac cession oath, stated that he thought it ought to be abolished altogether. The total net State revenue and re ceipts proper for the financial year ended yesterday amount to £14.530,000, being an increase of £914,984 on the previous 12 months. The principal in creases were in the following depart ments:— Stamps £336,220, railways £375,117, tramways £89,543, unclas sified receipts, £172,554. Tho {Minister for Customs is con sidering the butter export regulations, but will not make any alterations until all sections of the exporters have given their views. It now...

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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

COOMA. ? ? Great progress is being made in the work of the Cooma to Nimitybelle railway. Already cuttings and sidings are excavated and the weather all through has been fairly favorable for workers,. About 200 men are employed to date. The Cooma show-ground pavilion is the scene of great amusement. Skating is now in full swing. Regardless of the many falls they get, the people are still enthusiastic over it. With the rink so nicely decorated, and the happy smiling faces of the skaters, the scene is altogether a very pleasing one. The Cooma Town Baud renders a pro gramme of bright music each night. Mr. Horwood is the proprietor and Mr. Field, the champion endurance skater of the world, the conductor. Mr. W. J. Robinson, of Bunyan, met with a painful accident at the Skating Rink on Saturday evening last, falling on his left arm and badly fracturing it in two places. Dr. Cowlishaw is in attendance. Tenders are called for the conveyance of mails from Cooma to Eden per motor car.t Places...

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Inter-District. CATHCART. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

[?] From Our Correspondents. j CATHCART. . ? . , Sickness is very prevalent in the town add district. Diphtheria lias broken out again and has assumed a somewhat virulent form. Last Friday it claimed its first victim, when Mr. Thos. Murphy's little son was 'gathered home.' Two others of the same family were suffering from the malady at the time of writing. Miss Gracie Burke, who has been ailing for some considerable time, passed away on Tues day night of last week. The funeral, which was a large one, took place on the Wednesday afternoon. We under stand' that dropsy was the immediate cause of death. Mr. Stephen Murphy, who has been dangerously ill for some time, has been removed to Bombala for treatment, where, under the skilful hands of Dr Welch, strong hopes are entertained of him gaining sufficient strength to journey to the metropolis, when an operation is expected. A little daughter of Mr. Samuel Cole met with an accident the other day. She was riding in the street when her hor...

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Football. BEGA v. CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

FOOfHUlL ? » — - BEGA v. CANDELO. The match on Saturday last between. Bega and Candelo, on the local ground, was a very fair exhibition, resnltiug in. a win for Candelo by 11 points to 3. The attendance was even larger than usual, ladies especially turning out in. appreciative force. The teams, when lined out, appeared to be very evenly matched ; bat, though the visitors were more compact aud in many respects more brilliant in open play, Candelo possessed ?£ dauntless dash and unerring defence that gave them complete mastery from start to finish. One of the finest features of the game was the smart kicking of both teams. That deadness which usually prevaiJe during kickiug bou*s was conspicuous absent, these periods being at times most exciting and pleasing to witness. A marring feature was the prevalence of off-side play. Both teams were continually penalised for offending ia this respect ; and, luckily for their op ponents, Bega missed two easilf possible penalty goals. The scrum w...

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Skating Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

[?] The plain and fancy dress skating carnival held in the Agricultural Hall on Monday night proved a highly suc cessful effort. The weather conditions were favorably mild ;- but sprinkles of rain in the early part of the evening doubtless hindered many distant would be patrons from attending. Howevei1, between 200 and 300 persons were present, a good proportion of whom were skaters. Two motor loads of passengers came from Bega to add their enthusiasm to the happy throng. The Kameruka Brass Band was in at tendance, and its renderings greatly relieved the constant whirr and buzz and rumble of the moving throng of wheeled humanity. Skating has im pressed us as being an ideal winter pastime, clean, exhilaratiug, and grace ful ; and on Monday night the large number of skaters, intermingled with fancy costumes, presented a tine spec tacle. The hall was to a great extent inadequate, being too small to admit of good skating and comfort. There was a really good display of fancy costumes, th...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

(To the Editor.) Dear Siii. — In the Candelo Guardian of the 17th inst. there appeared a letter, copied presumably, from Mr. E. Stooke, Secretary of the Liquor Derence Union. In it the writer seeks to upset the con tention of the no-liuense party that the ' open bars ' account for the most of the drinking done to-day, and if thev were removed, the essential temptation to drink would be practically swept away. He seeks to controvert that by quoting the finding of two commission ers, Mr. Ranking, S.M. and Mr. Carson, sent by the Queensland and West Aus tralian Governments respectively, to report on the result of no-licease areas in New Zealand. It would be useless to discredit either of these gentlemen. The question at issue are they reliable witnesses ? In the first place they were only a short time in New Zealand — far too short to get anything much but supplied in formation. Could the testimony of Mr. Ranking or Mr. Carson be half so convincing, as for instance that of Sir Robert S...

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News and Nous. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

News aid N®t$s. ? o ? The wheat preducing areas have bene fited greatly by the rainfall of last week. The wheat crops, just shooting above, the ground for the most part, were wonderfully freshened. * # * The following have been nominated for selection, in the Labor interest for the Bega electorate: Messrs. B. Mc Ternan, W. A. Lloyd, W. Bridgment, J. S. Ryan, F. E. Riley and J. D'Arcy. * # * Strike seems to be developing into a contagious disease (doubtless affecting the mental faculties), in Australia. On Saturday last some of the local junior footballers, dissatisfied with some part of the game (rumour says barked shins wore the main arguments^ struck and walked off the field, but as the strike was neither whole-hearted nor general, the malcontents were in duced to resume play. ? * * ? * A sad death occurred in the Bega hospital on Monday last. Some time since Mr. Richard Knight, of Cathcart, went to the above institution to undergo treatment for blood-poisoning, but surgical skill...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

correspondence. Although our columns aro open for the ex pression of individual .opinions, we do not hulil our.-iel ve.3 oesponailne for th^ views expressed therein.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

CANDELO, July 2, 1910. To our Readers scattered abroad,— With this issue of the ' SOUTHERN RECORD ' we introduce ourselves to you, making no apology for our existence but rather glorying in it. A perusal of our leader will tell you much you are anxious to know, but a few items need a special notice, hence this circular. * (1). We would remind you that the 'CANDELO GUARDIAN,' which has so long and ably voiced your needs and whispered the world's news to you at your fireside, has passed out of existence in giving birth to its successor, the ' SOUTHERN RECORD,' a journal which aims to be more to you than its predecessor has been. (2). You are specially directed to consider the concession made to all subscribers paying in advance : a discount made by no other paper of the standard' in the electorate. (3). The whole staff of the 'Record,' paid and honorary, will exert itself to promote the best interests of ths community, and we hope shortly to announce the names of agents in every centr...

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[?]nes in Parliament. Censure Debate Happenings. WOOD V. GRIFFITHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

?I/I ? ' ???.. ..-.* Censure Debate Happenings. WOOD V. GRIFFITHS. An altercation rook place iu the As semhly lietwmi Mr. Wood and Mr. Griffiths, the latter refusing; to accept ihc Chief Secretary's assertion that he had never belonged to a Labor League, and said he was wiling to go dowu and meet him on any platform in his (Mr. Wood's) own electorate and prove it. ^Onr representative invited the member s!ig?for Sturt outside the chamber, and called him a liar. Mr. Griffiths replied ' You are a liar to deny it.' The two M.P's. adjourned to the lobby to settle it. , Obe or two blows were exchanged, but further disturbance was prevented by members of their respective parties. STOREY V. FITZPATRICK. . Mr. Storey said he considered the action of the Premier in criticising every little remark made by any mem ber of the Opposition showed he was unworthy of the position. Mr. Fitzpatrick : What ! Allow you to worry him, and say nothing? Mr. Storey : I don't worry him. You used to worry a for...

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Science turned prophet. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

Seta turned Prophet. ? A The Lone Hand of a recent issue con tained an interesting scientific article on Halley's comet, which included the following passages : ' The comet and the earth travel in opposite directions ; and had the comet been a little earlier they would have met head on about May 2nd, with possibly disastrous results. Had the earth met the cornet at. this fateful crossing point, any one of a multitude of catastrophes may have followed. The nucleus of the comet, consisting as it does of a swarm of clashing meteor ites, would burst down upon the sky like a hail of fiery stars. The hvdro carbou gas in which they are embedded would, at the same time, explode in an intense sheet of flame as it combined with the oxygen of the air. There would be an unimaginable concussion, levelling all the works of man at one blow, a sky of flame, a rain of burning rocks and molten metals ; and such as survived these terrors would creep out from the burnt ashes of civilisation but to gasp...

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Triple Trageay. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

Triple Trageag. ? ? v — 'A DGBBIje niurder and suicide was dis co/ered at Lismore this week, the par ties being a white woman named Frahn, a Chinaman, and a Japanese. The three were found dead iu Frahn's laundry premises by her children. Frahn had been living apart from her husband, and she had consorted with the Japanese. It appears that tho motive of the crime was jealousy. The Chinaman was paying attention to the woman, and the Japanese resented it, shooting both, and then committing suicide. ' The Victorian Premier says he does not see anything inherently bad iu gambling. * # * The steamer Wakefield which has been searchiug for the Waratah, has arrived iu Melbourne, without finding any trace of the missing 6teamer. * # * The Federal Premier says the Gov ernment does not intend to reduce! the age at which pensions should be paid, as the cost would be increased by £1,090,650. * * * Mrs. Rose Ann Webb, a native of Ireland, died at Blandford on Thurs day, aged 106 years. She lauded ...

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