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

jfaeo Old Age ' Aa::0H Cricketer-Si' Rpt.^yt-r-Praiscs, Dr. Morse's Indian lootPHis.u -? ' ? Growing old ought not to 'mean rtow nv weak and feeble. It does, iiot mean, ^^^ weakness or JS^ feeblenes.s for r /fZZ~\,-. those who eat ''::: slf^iL/1 wittl a ffood K~':i)/ appetite and tfTCi'~ :-J-^T\ ? sound- -digestion. ' ^:$£\'':Vf,!!;\ It is, therefore, Cl-V^Cp-f^V-^S, -: of the utmost ??^'iij ?!'?:/ JA.-'^M- importance that : ^ '?«'?/ il.L'fe'i'-S^tf''1 old people I\'/ Ifiirfil '-?*':# should retain the &? T^jL-^k ? P°^er to digest £»\ /-wWwi. ' and a^sim date ^i/^^^L^L- food, which is ffS?3'';J fWT''{0-f ? strength. To f| P' -!?'''?' W /'-%' those in declin 'S f ? *:J:^;^ ' x ?W ing years who ^?^?^ftfiLM^f find that Nature ^?V.r'V $&%?&'*& responds less ^^r|3H^k ? r1cadil-'1 to *c ' i0 ^^ demands made «*^ upon her, and who need a mild yet searching remedy: to keep their system ' in proper working order, there is nothing like Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pi...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Children's Chest Troubles and Old=Age Cough. GRANDPARENT AND GRAND-CHIDREN BENEFIT BY PEPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

Children's Chest Troubles and Old=Age Cough. GRANDPARENT AND GRAND CHIDREN BENEFIT BY PEPS. ' I do not feel safe without a box of Peps handy,'., says Mrs. H. Dow, of John Street, ' Rosewood, Q. 'My experience with ? Peps during the last two winters has convinced me that they ai'e the best remedy obtainable for afflictions of the throat and chest. I nlmnm rri-rra +.Vlom tn TrTCT nil i 1 fl Tfill . and whether at bedtime or when going to school, a few Peps is there constant companion during the winter time. 'I find Peps give instant relief and stop that,., hacking cough, soothe their chests, and one at bedtime is an excel lent thing. I generally give my children a few Peps to put under their pillow at night, in case there colds are trouble some and disturb their rest. 'My Mother, who is subject to chronic bronchitis, says she would never be without Peps. They never fail to ease her throat and chest.' Peps, the unique breatheable medicine in tablet form, succeed where ordinary liquid m...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Crippen Tragedy. Crippen and Le Neve Arrested. DRAMATIC SCENE ON THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

? « ? Crippen and Le Neve Arrested. DRAMATIC SCENE ON THE SEA. Hawley Crippex, who is ' charged with the murder of his wife in Camd- u road, has, together with his typist, Ethel Le Neve, been arrested on the steamer Moutrose at RimousUi, Canada. The story of the murder is 'revolting — for Crippen's supposed share of it ; md a little romantic, for that of the iypewriting girl. Crippen is, accord ng to the cabled story, an American lentist, of 50. His wife was a music aall artist, 34. They lived together in i house on Camden-i-oad, and seemed to be on ordinary terms, like other people. But in February the neigh bors noticed that Mrs. Crippen was not there. They were told that she was run down ; that she had gone to the Continent for a holiday. Her death abroad was announced in the atrical papers. Crippen said now that she had gone off to America, and died and been cremated there. Her friends grew suspicious. The police were told. Crippen said this time that his wife had quarrelled wit...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

[?] ]Mf.ssus. Wickham and Co., Bega, liave been pretty; lively in restarting tbeiv biz. Already they have ' scraped the ashes away 'and dumped down a new. stock ..iiv temporary', premises.. When plucky,, pedplb manage, to.' get up a bit- of pace' it takes big break downs and barriers to pull 'em up. ... , : . ? *? .. * ? * ,.-..?... ykl Ox Mouday;. evening next Me. Harry. \ Clark, son' of Mr. E.. M. ? Clark* {-? Member for St. Leonard's, will deliver '--' apolitical address in the interests of Labor in the School of 'Arts. Ladies are especially invited to attend. . .: .???; * - * '*.''. ::' ':' '. ! The annnal meeting in connection ?with the A. H.' and D. P: Association -wii'l bo1 held' on Thursday afternoon next .at 3.30 p.m. ' ? '. ;: '*. ' '.''? *.'??'.' ::*' . ? : Ox Friday morning, at Nu'mbngga, Mr. Thomas Went, crossed the, dark river. Deceased had been a sufferer for a considerable time; without any hope of recovery. He was a native of England,. arid was 6.6 years of age. He ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

C00MA. The weather in Cooma this last week has been very dull with occasional showers. : The Cooma rover football team left for ?Sydney on Saturday night to play the Sydney tramway team. The match took place on Monday, when the tram wavs won bv 11 to nil. Hospital Saturday in Cooma — The annual collection in aid of the Cooma District Hospital was taken on Satur day, 30th July. The amount realised was £42 7s Id, which reflected great credit on the lady collectors for the way in which they worked .in. the in terests of the institution. Thanks is also due to the townspeople for the very liberal way in which, they re sponded. ; .:

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Inter-District. From our Correspondents. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

Inter-District. ? — ♦ ? From our Correspondents. BOMBALA. A football match to have been played between Bombala Boys Athletic Club and Cathcart Boys on Saturday for the Goodman Cup competition, was post poned owing to the prevalence of influenza. The Cathcart Boys arrived but the B. B. A. Club could only muster ten of their players. They offered their opponents the choice of forfeiting the match or postponing it to Cathcart at a date to be arranged by mutual agreement. Cathcart boys most agreeably adopted the latter alternative. The teams then divided their men and played a scratch match and had a very enjoyable afternoon. Mr. John Murphy acted as referee.. The following is the team picked to play against Nimifcybelle at Nimity belle on Saturday in the cup competi tion match : — Full back ; W. Ingram, threeqnarters ; W. Douch, C. Cruick shank, J. Murphy and A. Davis, five eighth; A. Beddingfield, scrum-half; B. Beddingfield, forwards ; J. Gutter sou, B. Wallace, Russel, B. McNee, J. ...

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

General News. — « — Four horses fell at Moorfield on Sat day, and two jockeys were injured. One of the horses was destroyed. * * # ????.At' the opening of the new convent ot Ultimo Mr. McGarry, M.L.A.', declared that there was no alliance between the Labor party and the Cardinal or Church. Cardinal Monm enclorseU t lie remai'K, anu siuu mere was no connection between the Church and any political body. He advised those present to vote for the person they consider the best man. * # ? * Eighteen negroes were killed, and several whites wounded, during a race riot at Slocuin, U.S. Jatnps Alford, a white mau, had an altercation with a negro regarding a protested note. This lad -to a general fight between whites and negroes. Knives and pistols were freely used. The State Rangers were sent to the scene and in a despatch it is stated that probably further serious trouble will be avoided. * * * Another football disturbance oc curred in Victoria, ou Saturday, the spectators rushing the ground ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
King's Accession Oath. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

King's Accession Oath. The head of a home, a country, a nation, or an empire should stand in a position that will enable him to command at least the profoundest respect of all over whom he wields his sceptre. Whether a man has attained to royalty by virtue of his own endeavours or by mere birthday circumstances he is practically a non-entity if he does not or cannot serve to bind his subjects together in concord and unity by their common confidence and love and loyalty to him and to the position he is privileged to occupy. And there is perhaps nothing that more effectually courts distrust and discord and hatred in tliese times as an attitude of intolerance. We, therefore, welcome the modification of the King's Accession Oath, the only pity in connection with which is that it was not done long ago. It is indeed unseemly that the Sovereign of a great Empire should be called upon to begin his reign by a public declaration that he regards a large proportion of his kindred subjects as 's...

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

DELEGATE. On Monday morning last, at St. Phillip's Church of England, a quiet wedding was solemnised, wheu Mr. G. Wetzel was married to Miss L. Crawford. Mr. Frank Crawford acted as best man. Miss Marv Crawford as bridesmaid Rev. M. Eliiott perform the ceremony. During the week the annual meetings of the School of Arts, Tennis Club, and Rifle Club have been held, balance sheets preseuted, and officers for the ensuing twelve months elected. Each report shows a satisfactory state of affairs, which, considering the bad seasons we have had during the pas*, twelve months,. should be gratifying to the officers aud members of these different societies .and should give au impetus to the newly elected officers- to add fresh zeal and energy in their efforts for the forthcoming year. Slight showers of rain continued to fall at intervals during the week making the total rainfall for the month (as registered at the local Post Office) 155 points. Mr. A. Bartley met with rather a painful accident ...

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Journalistic Venture. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

[?] ? « ? Under the above heading the Parkes Examiner pays us very high tribute on the production of our paper. Amon' others things it says : — ' Messrs John son Bros, send us a copy of the Southern Record, published by them at Candelo. It is remarkably well nvintfin. nf f.rnof i i/o1tt mn^a «« „— J teems with items of varied interest. In its leader, it pays a graceful tribute to the Guardian, which it replaces. It does not make the mistake of declaring that all before its advent were dolls or sluggards, aud neglectful of the public interest. It, however, aims at progressiveuess. In politics, it is to take an independent stand. It says that ' Labor is not the bogey some would have us believe. . . . Neither is Liberalism the colossal failure its enemies brand it.' . . . Jt stands for no party but for principles. Our friends take the right attitude at the present juncture. Parties should be composed of men holding certain vital principles'; whereas they are usually formed, of late yea...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Inter-District. TATHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

[?] From our Correspondents. TATHRA. CoMMKKCiAt progress and things in general are retarded, pro tern., wheu our steamers pet weatherbound; indeed, everything affined to Sydney seems out of joint., with more or less demoralis ing effect. If for several days, the elements are at war with propitious- | ness, our sous of men incline to get drnnk. as a sort of retrihnfion tn fnm thus dulling the keen edge of hnsban dry with pro rata loss of self-respect, a modicum of evil in servitude to uegii-' tive morality. Tathra is now thawing into business activity, and it will not be long ere the the whole district comingles,. with us like ants. Remarkably big cargoes from Syd ney with improvemeut in the outgo Influenza is taking hold of the most susceptible, as influences do in general. Mrs. W. Han Ion is having a very bad time in the grip of illness, but we hope that God will restore her to health aud family. Several Be^a families enjoyed last week here, '.returning home in the bloom of health ...

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Fire Brigade Taxation. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

fin Brigade Taxaiira. ? « ? i Ox Monday evening a Public MeetingJwp convened by Mr. T. Robertson, Secre-f^ tary of the Candelo Progress Associa- **) tiou, was held in tbe School of Arts for - * the purpose of discussing the matter of taxation in connection with the r^ain tenance of the Fire Brigade. There was a fair number in attendance. Mr. 17» A 1} 1 ? tl_l,l T- ? ,.: ,1 . ? i- ~C il,~ O..,, y. .ri.. Jjiumutjiu. x le&RiciR ui cue j. iu ;ress Association, occupied the chair. A letter dated July 2G was read from ,he Clerk of the Imlaj Shire stating ;kat a claim had been made for £28 as ;he contribution to the upkeep of the Jaudelo Fire Brigade for 1910, and it -vas imperative that some definite iction should be taken without delay, jither to have the town proclaimed jxempt from the operations of the Fire Brigade Act or the necessary funds raised by means of a local rate. The letter requested that a public meeting be called and the matter dealt with, as the Council was liable...

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

^^Gen£/?al Merchants. ^0^0^^^ fefOPe Oup ANNUAL STOCKTAKING and the arrival of NEW SPRING _ GOODS, we shall make the following* Reductions onoup Already Low ^Piees to clear SURPLUS WINTER STOCK— REDUCED FROM -£$ TO /as LADIES WOOLLEN GOLFERS 6s 6d 4s lid -* „ „ 8s lid 6s lid f* LADIES Lt. and Dk. TWEED COATS ^ f and full length, heavy cloth, and ifo smart fitting ? 18s 6d lGs 6d K* 25s 6d to 23s 6d, 15s 6d 13s lid \ MAIDS Lt. and Die. TWEED COATS 10s 6d 9s 6d ^ „ „ „ „? 9s 6d 8s 6d(d LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS, assorted \ lengths and colors, plain and shaped, ^ very smart fitting and all new goods 6s 6d 5s 9d ^ 10s 6d to 9s 6d, 12s 6d to lls 3d, 16s 6d 14s 9d # LADIES' BLACK CICILIAN DRESS ^ SKIRTS, strapped and snuray ^ pleated, splendidly cut 15s 6d JHslld^ BLACK CLOTH ditto 14s lid ]:is 6d C NAVY SERGE ditto 13s Od lls 9d # LADIES' NAVY HALET CLOTH COS- & TUMES, only a few left 42s 6d 35s Od S , REDUCED FRC'M-©JTO LADIES' FLANNELETTE KNICKERS 2s b'd 2s Od 1 LADIES' UNDERVESTS 9...

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

! «;A SENSATIONAL EXHIBITION of Price Reducing is here brought uncles your notice, not ^55 by a shop in a distant city where you have no opportunity of comparing the Goods and the Price, but right here at your door, where vou may handle, examine, accept or refuse what we offer for your money at OUR GREAT WINTER Open for Three Weeks Only. Prices previously considered satisfactory have been sacrificed. . Prices previously considered low have been lowered. . . Prices previously considered the lowest have been further reduced, until all hopes of profit have been exploded. Flour, Gillespie's, 5s 4Jd 501b. bag. Sugae, I.C., 15s 4id 701b bag. I.W., 15s 6d „ :, 23d lb. Kerosene, Snow Flake, 4s 8d tin. Soap, Best Crown, od bar, large Sd. „ Snow Drop, large, lid bar. Sand Soap, Pearson's, 3£d „ Staech, Silver Star, 5id. Candles, Cameo, 5id, Gold Medal 7«d. Matches, 4s fid per gross. Peppee, 9d a tin. Rice. 2*d lb. Sago, 2Jd lb. Tapioco, 2 id lb. Baking Powder, Geod Shot, lOJd lb. Bathos, Is l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUGBY COMPETITION. CANDELO PLAYS UNBEATEN. Wins the Final by 38 to Nil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 6 August 1910

?-? RD^nSsPEnfioSr , CANDELO PLAYS UN-BEATEN- ?' 1 Wins the Final by 33 to Nil. Tin: competition in connection with' the Caiideio It. F. Union closed on Saturday last, when Caudelo defeated Bemboka on the local ground by 36 points to nil. The season's football has been a fairly successful oue. .Four teams participated— Pambula, .tSem boka, Bega, the Rovers, and Candelo — and each have shown their genuine interest in the ' good old game' by ' seeing it out,' nothwithstanding that long ago some must have resigned tbeir hope for the Premiership. All through the season a keen but good-lempeied and manly rivalry has existed, and there has been nothing of the nature of 'Melbourne hoodlumism,' either ou the part of., spectators or players, : to man- the matches and degrade the name of football. It is regrettable indeed that in some communities the status of this ancient and universally loved, pastime i-y being dragged in the dirt and made a thing to be shunnad rather than encouraged and pa...

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

Tings in GeereL The British Immisr.iHnn Leairnp, in view of augmenting the population -»; necessary for the defence and general development of the country, have again invited the Sydney Tradeshall to nomiuate two delegates from its council to act on the executive committee of the British Immigration League, in order that a complete representation of all sections of the community may be represented. * * * ^ The by-election to the Reichstag V Germany, of a representative of Stutt ' V\rlrt: — a seat; hitherto held by a ^rational Liberal — has resulted in the return of a .Socialist by an unprece dented majority. This makes the seventh successive Socialist victory at by-elections. * * * At a public meeting afc Lahore (Punjab) India it was agreed to build a Medical College, to enlarge the existing hospitals, and to form a Central Medical Institution in memory of King Edward VII. The sum of £40,000 was collected on the spot. # # * Owing to the numerous injunctions recently granted in the C...

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Farmers Freetraders. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

Farmers Freetraders. (To the Editor.) Sir, — A mass meeting of farmers, held at Winnipeg, Canada, denounced manufacturers |grbwing rich by means of the tariff, at the expense of the producers. So states the cable in Sat urday's paper. Sir Wilfred Laurier, in replying, said that Protection has done a great wrong. The farmers of Canada and of the United States have long been a warn .of the economic fact that someboiiy has to bear the losses of coddleJ industries ; and that producers, being unprotected, are obliged to pay the piper. The farm ers of Australia are not yet aware of thr- fact that they are being duped, but will rouse up bofore they have had ruuch more of it, and will then fali in line with the farmers of America, who have already had a lengthy experience. Protection is essentially Socialism in in a crude form. The difference is only a matter of detail. Instead of the State takiug money out of the farmers' pockets to pay the profits and cover losses of tho exotic industries...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

[?] Our columns are open to the public for expressions of opinion on any question of interest, but we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions of correspondents.— Ed. RECORD.

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Perfected Socialism Amongst Ants. The Devotion of the Individual to the State. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

Amoapf Ails, The Devotion of the Individual to the State. Dr. McCook has just ; brought 'out ' a' new volume, entitled 'Aut CouininnU iys ' in which he treats at length of the habits of these interesting insects. There appears to bo.no such thing as individualism in ant communities. Everything is sacrificed for the. general good of 'the State,' and everything must tend towards its well-being. The communities treated of principally con sist of mounds, varying from a few inches in extent to several feet; thi! populations from a few score of inhabit ants to many thousands. There are thus villages, towns, cities, each timler one roof, so to speak, each complete within itself; nltboagh instances are mentioned, as on a tract of fifty acres Jlollisdaysburg, Iretisylvania, where aut citizens of seventeen hundred individual mounds lived in complete.' fellowship — and enormous confederacy of separate, independent, sovereign States. Ex periments satisfied the author that the mvriads of tinv nr...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

Spins from tfte Anvil A plain spoken woman said to her daughter who had been rude to a ser vant. ' My dear if you haven't enough kindness in you to go round, you must save it up for those you consider be neath you. Your superiors can do very well without it, but I insist . that yon shall be kind to those who need it most.' * # * 'Marriage may start out as a picnic, but a picnic has it.i cold victuals.' # * * 'It was never loving that' emptied the heart, or giving that emptied-the purse. # * * 'A prudent man is nice .a. pin— m&. head keeps him from going too far.' * * * 'No matter how well you do, there is always sombody to think you might have done better.' * ? *..??.?# The spectacles of regret always 'mag- nify. ' v —Van Dyke. * ' *? * Let thy discontents be thy secrets. — Benjamin Franklin. « # * JDUC DOW UHIVB ilYVttJ ILL 1/1IV. IH.V. uui*« lies before us If bent on groaning ever for the past. — Browning. * * * The man who only lives to please himself will find he has a h...

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