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Poetry. Those We Love the Best. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

[?] THOSe W€ L©¥€ Ste Best. ? ♦ ? The choicest garb, the sweetest grace, Are oft to strangers shown ; The cai'eless mein, the frowning face, Are given to our own. We flatter those we scarcely know, We please the fleeting guest ; And deal full many a thoughtless blow m_ i_l_ ? l ? 1.1 ? l ? j. 1O UUOSb WCJ 1UVC UUt) UUSb. Love does not grow on every tree, Nor true hearts hourly bloom ; Alas, for those who only see This truth across the tomb. Too soon or late the fact grows plain To all, through sorrows test, The ouly ones who give us pain Are those we love the best.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Past, Present and Future. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

Past, Present om Fittire. Some time ago we heard Chas. M. Alexander the gospel singer tell how on one occasion he went to hear the famous Colonel Robert Iugersol lecture. The great hall was crowded aud he wondered as he took his seat what attractive force drew such a mass of humanity together. But presently he was to know. The great orator took his place on the platform and the silver tongue and bell like voice gave utterance to . the marvellous nights of the mighty brain. He felt himself carried further and further from his real self. His heart thumped with excitement his brain seemed to catch fire, his opinions and- convictions jumbled and mixed and melted, and even his theology began to drag its anchor. With the rest of the audience he cheered aud clapped aud waved hat, handkerchief and umbrella together. If anyone had asked him then the typical American question, 'What's wrong with Col. Iugersol?' he'd have answered enthusically ' He:s alright !' It took, he declared, the cool a...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

d&\ iCl^S^jNh fi^M 'M§^- ? IRRIGATING PLANTS A SPECIALITY. \ ^it^ifo I i^llilSilii ^$!0^P- %£$? MARINE. STATIONARY. HOISTING. |lj|s Wifs'^^^MSill clf?eI7 ^''^ STATIONARY and PORTABLE. I ^°Wk mmi m ll\ ^Np j^ 2-wheel English portable- steawi.engsnes. j i 130-Gailon. U. K. Q. §fe^M3S'^ MILK and CREAM CANSf and all kinds, of VATS j Alfa-Laval Cream Separator Milking Maohtns. ii^^kf^Jj 1^^4r of Heavy Material and Superior Finish. | I Vertical Cross Tubo -r , f VT!9 «fl /f\t TSJI « ? /f%io4 ! I ? I ? I B.11.,. Importers of High-Class Machinery Oils. I I -MURSH- Steam Pumpsforali purposes. -BELPHIN' Water (Wlm. EK0IHra, BollEBSi PoHPS, c^^^-Wobk^, p^o^^, I I 'ROW Feed-Water Heaters. 'KINGDOM' Steam Launch Machinery. milk and Cream Coolers, Babcock Milk Testers. I I lAIAlinU 9 Sfl@E0P@En[\l 'B0ILERMAKERS» DAIRY and j ?| ffnUyn « lilloL[riy^lJi\j| refrigerating engineers, j I O^rAj OH'&Q' G£ O^s-D OUuuCA © 1 1RE.& I s O ¥ Ui^E. I ? | ^^^\1 BE WISE Your Grocery Bill w...

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Our Lives are Songs. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

Our lives ere s§nis. — o — Our lives are songs. God writes the words And we set them to music with ' pleasure: And the song grows glad, or sweet, or sad, As we choose to fashion the measure). We must write the music, whatever the '3vords, Whatever the vbyme or metre ; And if it is sad we can make it glad, If sweet we can make it sweeter.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

A Paper for the People. ( / ?- ? y \ ? j ? I. Printed at Candelo. Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. Stands for no Party, out forPrineiples. Panders to no class, clique, or corporation. Lives and labours for Truth, for the best interests of the community, and for the highest good of the people. Caters for all tastes and temperaments and times, and has Representatives in all important centres in the Electorate. Aims to be an educational force, a social bond, a moral in fluence, an up-lifting power in the community. Claims to be clean, reliable, outspoken, useful, interesting, up-to-date, and alive to the requirements of its readers. Hopes and strives to 'be worthy of the patronage of every home within reach of its influence and the benefits it bestows. Expects to receive all the sicpportit earns. Tke Subscription to this Journal is cSl per ammm, ^^gss* We give Great DISCOUNT for all wBg^®& ADVANCE PAYMENTS. 'Sad IS FOURTEEN SHILLINGS,] W...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Indifference. Sermon Delivered in St. Peter's Anglican Church on Sunday evening, by Rev. Norman W. Gardiner. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

Miiimut — — ♦ — '? Sermon Delivered in St. Peter's Anglican Church on Sunday * evening, by Rev. Norman W. Gardiner. Text : And when He drew nigh He saw the city and wept over it, saying : If thou hadst known in this day, even thou, which belong nnto thy place ; but now they are hid from thine eyes . . because thou knewest not the time of thy visita tion. —Luke 41, 42-44. The gospel for the day is taken from i the history of Christ's triumphal entry ] into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. We I remember how with joy the eager 1 throng welcomed the great Prophet of j Nazareth, breaking palm branches and I waving them, shouting their hozaunas I of welcome. As the throng reached I the top of a spur on the Mount of j Olives, Jerusalem came in view. There j before the Christ lay the city, bathed in sunlight, its great temple sparkling like a huge jewel of silver and gold. The massive wall surrouuding the city gave a sense of security and peace. It seemed that years, centuries of pi*os perity haun...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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'DEFY US AND STARVE.' [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

? DEFY US AND STARVE.' jijiifr ast week an; exchange reported Qjji a political organiser as having urged his hearers to. support a certain newspaper in preference to others, becanse 'of* its political belief. From time to time, from various places, and from all classes of men, including Members of Parliament, stamp orators, organisers, agitators, and street loafers, we hear manifestations of this same miserable spirit in different degrees putting into practice a principle vaguely expressed in the above headline, which, though almost entirely a production of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, assumes a great importance in this our present generation, viz., Boycott. This degrading devils device floats upon the tide of events, and in the great pro cession of the world's forces and affairs it may be seen perched on the driver's seat of the leading carriage. Pity then for the principles of freedom and liberty which must be trampled in the mire by a procession of circumstance marshal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

Articles Moral and Seligious, Philosophical, and Didactical. Church Services. j Catholics. 11 T ASS will be celebrated as under— ^ AUGUST. 7— Beniboka 11. ? _, J.J. GUNNING, P.P. Oliux-cli of EnsUm*1 KAMERUKA PARISH. 'TklVINE SERVICE will be fceld as vP P dGr- AUGUST. A 7-Candelo S a.m. , (H.C.) Kameruka 11, /Em (H C)., Wolumla 3, Candelo v.30 p.p» 'i% li-Bemboka 11, Tantawanglo 3, 1 ,1_WoTuSlf6andelo3,Kamer«ka7.30 3s-Tantawanglo 11 Bemboka 3, Candelo 7.30. 17_( Wednesday) Niagara 7,30. K N W.GARDNER. J Australasian Methodist Ohnroh _ £*£; T\IVINE SERVICES will be conducted as ~$$} xJ under — . ? -M AUGUST. ? ; 7-Tanta^anglo 11, Bemboka 2.30, Can delo 7.30. . „ Qf li-Pambula 11, Wolumla (town) 3.30 ^ 31-S^toim W^ha» 3, Candelo /^ in_Pambula 11, I South Wolumla 3.30, *^ ' Candelo 7.30. -ft ~j Rev. E. H. Walkden-Beown, -^s- ? ? ..'? ]?resbyterian- Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. v-jj ° Kev. Sutheblaxd Bbown. C*4& ? .

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CURRENT TOPICS. 'On the Rail." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

CURRENT TOPICS. 'On the Rail.' The few weeks that have passed since the Record began its career have given us a fine opportunity of witnessing how utterly perverted public opinion may become on any given subject, politics included. Tho Record commencod on an independent basis and intends to paddlo through on the same track, but independence has been dead so long that its resurrection is doubted by surprisingly many. Some think we are ' sitting, on the rail,' and only waiting to see which paddock it is best policy to drop into ; others say we are following the line of least resist ance ; and still others are confessedly puzzled to know what our little game is. To tho first we can say we are Inde pendent from conviction and principle and not from any mean, back-boneless ulterior motive such as is imputed in ' rail sitting. Whilst taking a keen and decided interest in politics, and every question worthy of attention, the errors so flagrantly apparent (and ad mitted by their followers) ...

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 — 6 August 1910

[A Card.] ' T W PTTPTTQ Sir fn Solicitors, §c. (J. M. Ourtis, Commissioner for Affidavits New South Wales and Yictoria.) May Be Consulted Daily. 'political address. mr. ha¥rt'glam, WILL DELIVER A Political Address IN THE SCHOOL OF ASTS, CANDELO, ? -.-.??, , — ON— Monday Evening, .(Sth instant.) i Ladies Particularly Invited. TT'AMILY OF MILKERS, to milk and per J_ form othoi- wor'c on Hie farm., Apply— WELLTA51M. LANji. '' Alexander Vale,' . Cnndelo. . NOTICE/ - THE UXDEnsrONfiD is desirous of COL L LalUJ'IXG ALL ACCOUNTS owing 'to In m on' or befoio 10th A.U(tUST, 1910. All accounts o \m£ alter THAT DATE will be sued for unless arranged for settlement, jb'. W. ZINGtiL. tefel§ am ll and io F. Association. . Annual Meeting of Members. THE AN'5TUAr, MEETING of JIEMBERS JL AXD INTENDING MEMBERS . of tho above Association will be held in the SCHOOL OF ARTS, CANDELO, on THURSDAY, IHh AUGUST, at 3.30 p.m. Business : — ' ..''?? ?'.-??' To receive the Annual Report and Balance Sheet; to ele...

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Republicanism v. Monarchy. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

Republicanism v. Monarchy. 'Mr. Keir Hardie, M.P., (Labor, Merthyr-Tydvil), speaking at Ches ter-le Street,Dur ham, declared that he regarded the existence of kings as a proof of lunacy among the peoples. A sane people, Mr. Hard ie asserted, would insist upon ruling and govei-ning them selves. It was a profound mistake to imagine that the workers of the country were intensely loyal. The cost of maintainig the Royal Family, £790,000 a year, was a scandalous waste.' This quotation is a remarkable memento of the liberty the Briton enjoys — liberty to speak as he thinks, about even his sovereign. Yet such outspoken senti ments as the above sound strange in Imperial England, especially when they proceed from such a man as Keir Hardie, a man of no ordinary ability, and that he is a Labor Member lends a peculiar significance to to his utterance If he speaks representatively, expressive of the feelings of the class who gave him hia parliamentary seat, there is a good deal more than sensatio...

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Bega Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

?- iteji conrshMi. The second meeting of the Bega Coursing Club was held at Jellat Jellat plumpton on Wednesday. Candelo was well represented, and brought home the. prizes ef the first two events. The attendance was only moderate. The The following are the courses'. — MAIDEN STAKE. Mr. L. Glenn's tGaltee Booth, beaj Messrs. Sercombe Bros, Malt Queen. Mi\ C. B right's Royal, beat Mr. H. Beresford's Holt. Mr. T. Murray's McDougall, beat Mr J. G. Hergenhan's Simonides. Mr. Charles Sproats' I'm Here, beat Mr. J. G.Hergenhan's Daily Paper. Mr. J. G. Hergenban's Bombay, a bye. ' ': -. ' .FIRST TIES. i . ? Galtee Booth beat Royal. McDougaH beat Bombay. ; ' I'm Here, a bye. ' ? ? ?;.,?? SECOND TIES, ?. ,: ...... Galtee Booth, beat I'm Here. McGougall, a bye, - FINAL; ''?? : ??? ' ? Mr. L. Glenn's Galtee Booth, beat Mr. T. Murray's McDougall, and won the. stake. JELLAT JELLAT STAKE. PAIRS. Mr. T. Kennel ly's A.M.W. beat Mr. A.. Blacka's Red Clara. Mr. C. Bright's La Veille, beat Mr. P. Penhe...

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The "Grand Old Man." Characteristic of the late Mr. W. E. Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

The 'Grand ©id Musi.' I Characteristic of the late Mr, W. E. Gladstone. 'Did yen ever feel nervous in public ? speaking ?' asked the late Lord Coler dge of tbe G.O.M. 'In opening a subject, often,' answered Mr. Glad stone ; ' in reply never.' It was a characteristic saying, for, in truth, ho was a born debater, never so happy as when coping on the spur of the moment with the arguments and appeals which an opponent had''spent perhaps days in elaborating before band. Again, in the art of elucidating figures be was unequalled. He was the first Chancellor of the Exchequer who ever made the Budget interesting. 'He talked shop,' it was said, ;c like a tenth muse.' He could apply all the resources of a glowing rhetoric to the most prosaic questions of cost and profit; could make beer votnantic and sugar serious. He could sweep the widest horizon of tbe finaneia1 future, and yet stoop to bestow the minutest attention on the microcosm of penny stamps and the mooetry merits of half farthings....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

^ Read This- ^ To Our Eeadkes: We would ask you to help us in the. compilation of a thoroughly rep . resentative newspaper by forwarding at your eavlie9t convenience information that will be of public interest. You will thus ? do much toward advertising your particu» 1 lar part of the electorate. . Should you \ fail to secure your copy of the Record regularly, a complaint made ta us will re sult in the matter receiving prompt inves tigation. To Contkibtjtoks: Whilst we unhesitatingly «'.' throw our columns open to contributed if articles on any subject, we reserve, the right to veto any contribution, or sentence of same which we consider libellous or \ seditious. Should a writer assume a nom i de plume, his real name must accompany his or her manuscript to insure publica tion. Manuscript must be legibly written . and reach us not later than Wedsnesday of each week. To Correspondents.- To facilitate expediti ous printing wej request our numerous correspondents to forward all matter i...

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

Tftsujs lit General. Rain and want of sun are damaging the English ciops, especially the fiuit. * * * To you knew thai croup c-i. - be prevented ? Chamberlain's Cou^-li Remedy as soon as the child becores hoarse, or even after the croupy cough a.ppeats, aad it will pievent the afctaci.-. Tt is a ce.-jriu cure for croup and has never been lr 'own to fail. Sold by all dealers in 'iiBcicije.* * * * -James Ryai-, knowu as ' Snowy ' j Ryau, was j:-.-t-v-; .tg a hole on the devi- i ation works, nen ivlonuu Vic.':o..ia, last f week whe ) a r'is-.u -ee, jloded, Ryan's L body was b;ow n -Lo pieces., one ]eg be- L ing foard a huud.ed yatds away. * * * t The ir-qne-jfc on (J-e litHe boy, ;^ Charles He...-y Wilkaiso \ k'lled by w * bis g,'a.'dra;!-e.\ Hej.-y To elro, con cluded last week, fipideuce v.r given ; in suopoiv; of he accused's insanity. The Co.ooer foi'-.id him gui llf o': feloni ously killing a-.-d rr-u de-h-'^ the boy and comni'i ed h:.a ioi .. ial. * * # r Vw/E K# K. This ailment ...

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Mr. Asquith. A Study in Ice. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

[?] A Study in Ice. Perhaps no public man has been more critically under the public eye of late than the present Prime Minister of England, aud it must be now admitted thit right through tbe boiling-down process of the great national questions which have ensraeed the British Par Iiameut recently, Mr. Asquith has shown a cool, calm capacity which proves his worthiness of the high posi tion he occupies. Tbe appended pen sketch, horn James Douglas's 'Ad- ventnves in London,' gives some idea of the passionless power and personality of the man : — 'The Asquith I look down upon is a thundercloud with a silvei1 lining; bis face the ihuDde-cloud, and his white hair tbe siivei- lining. White hair softens the featives of other men, but it hardens his. It lies cb' II and severe on his temples. He is a man of snow with a marble mouth and a jaw of steel, a man of ice with fiosen eyes and a frozen voice. A fiost-bitten man. with a wintiy mind and an Arctic soul. A lonely man with a bitterly desol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

Arm Ripped Open by Barbed Wire. ? « ? LIMB SAVED BY ZAM-BUK. . Here is another striking example of the wisdom of always keeping handy a pot of Zatn-Buk for the accidents that will happen. Many pounds would be saved in doctors' bills if Zam-Buk was promptly applied in all cases of cuts, burns, scalds, bruises and scratches. Mr W. Breuuer, residing at 88 South Road, Caversham, Dunedin, was saved from much suffering, and may be a serious operation, by the timely use of Zam-Buk. Mr. Breuner says: — ' Some raontbs'ago I had the misfortune to rip open my arm with barbed wire. The wound w^s about four inches long and three-sixteenths of an inch deep, and I suffered intense pain. The wire being old and rusty caused the wound to be come inflamed and fester; the pain wps so bad that 1 was compelled to hold my arm in one position, and I knew that unless some reliable remedy was promptly applied it was quite possible I should be layed up by a painful illness for an indefinite period. Having a p...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday, WAR IMPOSSIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

CA8Ii«M§. London, Thursday, WAR IMPOSSIBLE. A Conference of the members of the International Law Association is sitting in London. Lord Justice Kennedy, president of the latter, holds that Sinders' sentiment 'of solidarity would tend to make war impossible. ? ? : SCULLING. \ Arnst and Barry have agreed on terms to row for the championship, the stakes being fixed ot £500 a side. Inspector Dew denies that Crippen confessed.

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Biliousness and Indigestion for six Years. A GRATIFYING BILE BEAN CURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

BHiouiSjiess and Indigestion for ., '. six Years.' ' : A' GRATIFYING BILE BBaN CURE. MissjUoud Leech, o.f_. .Albert Road,. AlbertPai'k, M&lbourne,- Vic., saysr- — , 'For six years I was' a great sufferer from biliousness and indigestion, accorn panied'i-y severe pains in the head. At times tLiese pains were very distressing, xiuu&euuo ui'iuua juumii^a. l xii* lilj gh deavors to get rid of mj illness, I tried many so-called remedies, but all in- vain I did not derive the slightest benefit from any. of them. Finally a friend recommended me to try Bile Beans. 1 did so, and after the first few doses I felt so much better that I decided to give them a fair trial and undergo althorough course. Bile Beans soon caused the headaches to cease, and the aAtacfEs~~6f biliousness gradually became less and less severe until (hey finally disappeared altogether. I persevered with Bil-- BeanS: until I was completely cured. Now my health is everything that could be desired, and lam in ...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

fl fl^B-J- OTiiiilVSlO'o Shhci.y, Friday; MARKETS. Eggs, 10£d to lid ; butter,' 90s to 112s ; cheese to 8d ; hens, 3d to 4s Gd ; roosters, 3b to 5s. , RAILWAYS. ' The-Minister for Works has between 50 and 60 railways under consideration, of which he declares iuliy 90 per cent are justifiable. TN PARLIAMENT. , ., In the Assembly 'the Workman's Compensation Bill was read the third time',; the Council's amendments of the Industrial Disputes Amendment Bill were accepted ; and also the ChdjiibcJio' iinendments of ,the Clobi-1!1 Settlement Bill. The Premier gave notice of a Bill to iimendjthe Electoral Act. He will explain its provisions next week. Parliament is expected to prorogae before the end of the mouth. FEDERAL LEGISLATION. The Senate read the Trust Funds Finances Bill the third time,- and also' passed in Committee the Bill appro priating three millions and a half ster ling for invalid and old age pensions. PERTH MYSTERY. The recent mysterious 'disappearance at Perth of a young sc...

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