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A Fallen Leaf. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

A Fallen Lent. A trusting little leaf of green, A bold andacious frost ; A rendezvous, a kiss or two, And youth for ever loot. Ah, me ! The bitter, bitter cost. A flaming patch of vivid red, That quivers in the sun ; A windy gust, a grave of dust, The little race is run. Ah, me ! Where that the only one.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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'Possum Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

'POSSllli Fpilil. Mi:. E. Sour.F, Curator of the Sydney Zoological Gardens, has suggested and enthusiastically recommended, that 'possum farming should be established in New South Wales, and he declares that it would certainly be a splendid commercial venture. If we don't take care he says, 'possums will become so scarce that not only will they soon be extinct, but we shall lose a very'^valu able industry. .'Possum farms, he says, are not only quite practicable, but might be made extremely profitable. Country which is useless for anything else could be utilised, while the 'pos' sum would not only be preserved, but ?would become a valuable asset. With 'possum skins quoted at present prices, -with a steadily rising market, a farm that would. return thousands of skins per annum at very little outlay to the farmer would be an important industry. There is a tremendous extent of coun try, too poor for anything, that would not carry one sheep to three acres — country that might be called p...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

* World-Wide Gleanings. ? e ? a One potato grower at Roslyn, Goul * burn district, was offered £700 for a crop of 85 acres before a root had been taken up. * * * Of the 240,000,000 acres of the earth nnnor txt nOQt Tnnio onnnn v»'f'_o t/i** . onnnf one-ninth', or 26,000,000 acres. * # # Arthur Griffiths was one of the mas ters at Sydney Grammar School when Wood was a pupil there. # « * 'Wade has stolen the Labor party's clothes and is wearing them unasked and unashamed.' — Mr. Scobie, M.L.A. * * # John D. Rockfeller, who is America's largest contributor to £the No-License movement, has been ordered whisky baths. * # * The report of the British and Foreign Bible Society for the past year shows that during the period under review agents distributed b',620,024 Bibles, Testaments and portions thereof. The total includes 1,500,000 distributions in China, were 99 per cent were sold. * # * LAAIE BACK. This ailment is usually caused byrheumat ism of the muscles and may be cured by ap ?'r pl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry. Love is All. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

[?] UW i§ AIL ? ^ ? The time has come — ay, even now it is, To rank that parable in Genesis, Of God's great curse of labor placed on man, With other fairy tales. Why, God began All ?work Himself ! TTe was so full o force He flung the solar systems on their course And builded worlds on worlds ; and not content, He labors still. When mighty suns are spent He forges on His white-hot anvil space New stars to tell his glory and His grace. Who most achieves, is most like God, I hold; The idler is the black sheep in the fold. Not for the burdened toiler with the (hoe' My tears of sorrow aud compassion flow. Though he be dull, unlettered, and not fair To look upon, though he bowed with care, Yet in his heart, if dear love fold its wings, He stands a monarch over unloved Kings. One sorrow only in God's world has birth— To live unloving and unloved on earth. One joy alone makes earth a part of heavenr The joy of happy love received and given. Down through the chaos of human laws Love shines s...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Lifting a Battleship. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

[?] An attempt is to be made to rise the famous Maine from her resting place in Havana Harbour, and many methods of doing so are being1 discussed. The electro-magnet may be resorted to and the advantage of this nlah* is that it would be quite unnecessary to make th» Maine wreck watertight or airtighfc,cv.'^\5| remove the ooze in which the ship hZs^*- ^ snnk. The electro-magnet has beilri used before to pick up steel freight cars and huge safes, but has never been used on so heavy an object as a United StatfjV^ battleship. The wreckers would have to employ scores of magnets, great cylinder-snaped things, each having a powerful ring with a heavy chair at tached. . The magnets will be carefully lowered on all sides of the ship and the electric current switched on. Instantly the magnets will leap through the water -e^, and hurl themselves at the sides of the-' ship. As long as the current continues, the magnets will grip the steel plates as if welded to them, while great cranes raise th...

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

A Paper for the People. ? __jj__ ? j—--— ^f^^&^k I ' (y^ ? - — y ? Printed at Can delo. Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the - Southern Districts. Stands for no Party, but ^Principles. 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 ILL VxLU JUlVvvuvi^wvyi 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 konie within reach of its influence and the benefits' it bestows. Expects to receive all the support it earns. Tke Subscription to this Journal is -£1 pea? annum, ^^^ss* We give Great DISCOUNT fop all §8?™F ADVANCE PAYMENTS. S...

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Christ and Temptation. Address Delivered at Bombala on Sunday last by Mr. Kay Mason, late of Cliff College, England. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

Christ -mfl Temptation. Address Delivered at Bombala on Sunday last by Mr. Kay Mason, late of Cliff College, England. Text : Aud when the tempter came^ to Him, he said, If thou be the Sou of God, command that these stones be made bread. But He answered and said, It is written, man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.— Mat. 4, 3-4. Matthew, from whose narrative of the temptations our thoughts are turned, represents Christ as the King, and as the King He 'has received His annointing, crowned with the highest royal sanction in the voice of God the Father, confirming His sonship as being not only human, but also truly divine, in the attestation : ' This is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased.' 1. His Equipment the Work of God. — The anointing at His baptism was the equipment of the Holy Spirit's baptism for the work aud Ministry He had before Him. As a King He must be prepared for battle. His equipment was for service. God gave H...

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

TliP JUlflHW ? « ? Jack Johnson has bought a £12,500 ' mansion on Brooklyn Heights, where the elect of society, as it is known in that section, of New York City have their homes. We are told that the uegro champion has done this deed, any way. If it is true there's trouble looming. In the first case, if he hangs on and makes the place his residence there will be a tremendous slump in values in those parts. There can be no doubt but that; the negro did this thing with malace prepense. He knows too well he can never enter white society, not even if he continued to make, as he is stated to have made, £20,000 in the month following the fight with Jeffries, every month for ten years ; and it is his cynical way of avenging himself on the whites for their aloofness, not to say antipathy and open hostility. Ae* Mayhap the adjacent millionaires will declare war and render Mistah John sing's twelve thousand pound hnrapy nntenable for the coon and his dusky relatives and visitors. A pleasanter...

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

LABOR mi IIBEIIHSM. WE live in an age of revolution ^yt^ and drastic reform. Men live on a different, and we believe, a higher plane, than their fathers. Their hearts are the same, hence no appreciable difference is noticeable in the moral purity or lite s stream, but education and intellectual enlightenment are working their miracles in the realm, of thought, and thought is the mainspring of all speech and action. That men's thoughts are undergoing a marvellous revolutionary process can easily be confirmed by a reference to the 'things that are seen.' Almost every science text-book of yesterday has been pulled to pieces and recon structed, not infrequently shelved per manently. Axioms of science a decade ago are smiled at as twaddle to-day. We see now that Darwin, Huxley, Tyn dall, Newton, and others, brilliant as they were in their day, were but gropers in the obscurity of a night |of ignorance that was but dimly lighted by their giant intellects. As Newton expressed it, he had bu...

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

Articles Moral and Ealigious, Philosophical, and Didactical. _ Church Services. — - j Candelo District. Catliolic;. TirASS will be celebrated as under— AUGUST. 21— Bemboka 11. J.J. GUNNING, P. P. UhvirohofEngland KAMERUKA PARISH. T\IVINE SERVICE will be held as un D de'r~ august: 7-Candelo S a.m. (H.C.) KameroKa -ii, (HC), Wolumla 3, Candelo 7.30 p.m 14-Bemboka 11, Tantawangl.o 3, Candelo 7.30. , Qri Sl-Wolumla 11. Candelo 3, Kameruka 7-30 28-Tantawanglo 11 Beinboka 3, Candelo 7.30. _-on 17_(Wednesday)Nyara,30.D^ Ax.stralarfan.^JKethodist- . Ulmr oh ?pvIVINE SERVICES will be conducted as ±J under — AUGUST. 7_Tantawanglo 11, Bemboka 2,30, Can 14_pitbSa\l, Wolumla (town) 3.30 ^-BuSgltflOO, Wyndham 3, Candelo 7 30 21-Pambula 11, South Wolutnla 3.30, Candelo 7.30. - Rev. F. H. Walkden-Brown. E-reslaytex'ian. Be^a every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m Candelo every second Sunday in each month. a P'm' Rev. Sutherland Brown.

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CURRENT TOPICS. British Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

CURRENT TOPICS. British Justice. The rather clever capture of Crippen, the alleged rival of the famous Deeming, brings to mind that we live nnder the British flag with a BritoD's freedom, and protected by the long arm of British justice as exempli fied in the British law with its multi tudinous ramifications. Crippen is no fool, but he had to match his wits and nerve against men whose minds were marvels of trained cuteness, and whose nerves were steel. From town to town, country to country, train to train, ship to ship, even house to house, the detec tives tracked him like the human blood hounds they were. But may be they would have failed in spite of their genius had it| not been for the utilisa tion of the great Marconi discovery wire less telegraphy, which enabled every movement of the hunted man to be com municated to bis hunters, and thus make arrangements foi his reception. Though the day has not yet come when crime is an impossibility (men's hearts must chinge first) highly c...

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

ciiitfi uasrai mi Re- y ' fern Association, p LADIES BRANCH. £ 'jPHE MONTHLY MEETING of thy atwe life I Association will be held in the .SCHOOL §§1§ OP VRTS on WEDNESDAY, 2-iTit AUG- MS GUST, at 2.30 p m. All meionew anil those Wm interested are kiudly invited tj attend. |||| H. MOKIilSON, WM . ? {secretary. |||| ?pOK PRIVATE SALS. 1 SMALL PROPERTY, 50 ACRES. 1 Good Grazing and Cultivation Land. |j|| Near Bega. ||i wji. eixon, m Auctioneer. lp 'P0O E, PRIVATE SALE S Household Furniture and Effects. K —Also— t£ MILKING COWS & YOUNG CATTLE, h' SULKY and HARNESS, p SIDE SADDLF, BRIDLE, and other [' articles too numerous to mention. 1' MRS. W. TTTTNTT. I who contemplates leaving the district L BEGA ! BEGA ! 6 Tons Splendid Po- I tatoes, I In lots to suit Purchasers, K 12 Sides Thompson's Bacon. Bl On Saturday, the 20th August, I At the Sale Rooms, p At 2 o'clock. 1 ? I W1LLTAM EIXON has received instrur- I tions to sell by public auction as 1 aoove. , || BEGA! ? BEGA! | 20 Pigs,...

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Revenues of the world's Rulers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

Riders. — ♦ — It is no easy task to estimate the rev enues of the world's ruler's, inasmuch as it is difficult to determine exactly the many sonrces wherefrom money is ob tained for the royal purse, and also be cause of the various ways in which the wealth is distributed. The Czar is the richest monarch in the woild, and probably the lichest that has ever lived. His total annual revenue is about £100,000,000, but ex penses are pi'oportionately heavy, and when his majesty has paid for the up keep of his million square miles of cul tivated land and forests, as well as the expenses of his mines in Siberia, it would seem that he has none too much. King Edward VII. received during his reign about £4,700,000, but little more than one-fourth of this goes into the privy purse. A stipulated sum is invariably set aside for household ex penses, salaries, pensions, charities, re wards, etc. The Reichstag allows the German Emperor about £130,000. He receives also, as King of Prussia, a sum equiv...

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New South Wales' Future Outlook. Impressions of an Englishman. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

New south f ites' Future ®i!teilL ? 0 ? , Impressions of an Englishman. (Written for The Reeord,) ?Judging from the three most most im pen-taut standpoints, ? viz., Political, ?Commercial.,- and Religious, New South Wales has' held her own in the pro gressive march of Australia, yet the ?future will demand a more strenuous struggle to. keep ahead of our enter prising neighbouring States. Every newspaper reader must agree that re cently other States bave made prodi gious strides in progressive reform. A close analysis of our needs 'should beau impetus to every person in the State to keep up tbe well-earned laurels of this State. Our gravest danger lays in forgetting the fact that that we are barely out of our infancy. Nothing is so conducive to conceit as precocious youth, and there is nothing so fatal to progress as conceit. Oouceit means selfsatisfac tion, and that is the high road to stag nation. Countries and States are like human beings inasmuch as youth biooms with unknown poss...

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

BEGA ELECTORATE. (Selected Labor Candidate,) AXD M.L.A. 'Will open the Campaign in the Interests of Labor, ia the School of Arts, Candelo — ON— Wolumla, Mondrf y 29 \ — ? i LADIES ItfY-ITRD. O :'ORS OPiSS, 7 p in.

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A Valuable Testimony Regarding " L.K.G." Milking Machines. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

A Valuable Testimony Regarding ' L.K.G.' Milking Machines. ? 9 ? A few months ago we supplied Ml-. A. H. Woods, of the noted Glen Elgin Stud, Inverell, with an 'L-K-G' Milking Machine Plant. This gentleman writes to us this week as follows: — 'I have now had a lair trial with the 'L-K-G' Milking Machine. I am quite satisfied that they are alright and do no harm to the cows. I am milking up to 40 cows ; they are all valuable pedigree Ayrshire Stud cows. After four months' trial the cows' teats are in perfect condition. None of my cows have been affected in anyway. Some of their teats had cracks on before the machines were used but that trouble disappeared when the cows were milked by the 'L-EL- G' Machines.' In another portion of the letter Mr. Woocls says: — 'I have broken in several heifers with the machines and they give down every drop of there milk and do not require any stripping.' We receive many such letters as the above from the numerous users of the ' L-K-G' Machines. Price...

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When the Law Allowed Wife-beating. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

wsie ne lew nu§we$ ? fa ? The claim recently made by a respond ent in the Divorce Division, London, against whom his wife sued for judicial separation on the ground of cruelty, that a husband has the right to strike his wife, will remind us that Black stone states tnat tne wire was consid ered by ancient authorities so far under the power of her husband that he might give her moderate correction, though it ?was also held that this right was con fined within reasonable bounds, and that the husband was prohibited from using any violence to his wife beyond ?what might be reasonably used for the purpose of discipline and chastisement. The civil law gave the husband the same or a larger authority over his ?wife, allowing him for some misdemeau . ours to beat her with whips and sticks, for others to inflict only moderate castigatiou. In Eng'and, in what Blackstone calls the politic reign of Charles II, this power of correction began to be doubted, and the wife had the security of the peac...

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Social Democratic Pasty. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

Sodel Democratic Porfy. The general fighting platform of the newly-formed political party is as under : — 1. The abolition of State Parliaments and Legislative Councils. 2. The abolition of the offices of Gov ernors in Australia. 3. One Parliament of 150 members in the Commonwealth ; and, as the population increases at every six years, so shall the representation increase. 4. Maintenance of a White Australia. 5. Australian Citizen Defence Force, until agreed universally unneces sary. 6. Free education for the whole people, absolutely — (a) secondary, (b) technical, (c) University. 7. The Zone system of railway fares and freights. 8. National Insurance Department and workers compensation. 9. Regulation of hours of labor and wages by the State. 10. Revision and improvement of navi gation laws, which shall apply to all vessels entering Australian ports, and shall aim at securing the safety of both sailors and the travelling public. 11. Greater Sydney scheme and in creased powers to Shi...

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

^WM BE WISE Your Grocery Bill will be much Less if ig^yy^s. you give your Orders, to ISRAEL. jr»o./K»rB*«. ne \yj[{ give you Quantity and Quality. NOTE MY REDUCTION IN FLOUR. Sugar— C.S.R. Co's. I.C., 14s 3d per 70lb bag. LA. or I.W., 14s 6d per 70lb bag. Queensland, soft pure white, 14/1 per 701b bag. Tea.— Israel's Golden Tip Ceylon, direct from the growers. Hill grown Ceylon Is per lb, or 121b caddy for 11s ; Spec ial Prize Golden. Tip Ceylon, 1/3 per lb, or 121b caddy for 14s ; Exhibition Golden Tip Ceylon, 1/6 per lb, or 121b caddy for 17s. FIOUP. — The Flour you want is the best, and that is what I will quote. I do not sell a second rate Flour. Gillespie's or Brnnton's Patent Roller, in 50lb bags, 10s per 100 lbs; in 1501b sacks, per lOOlbs, 9s 9d. Kerosene. — Snowflake, 150 test, 7s 6d per case; Silverlight, J50 test, 7s 3d per case of 2 tins. Baiting1 Powder.— Good Luck Brand, finest on the market-, Sid per lb., or 121bs for 8s. Rooster Brand, lOd per lb., or 121bs for 9s 6d...

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

% Read This- HI To Our Readers.- 'We wouid ask you to help : us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep- i resentative newspaper by forwarding at i your earliest convenience information that ; j will ho of public interest. You will thus ' I -Td mursh toward advertising your particu- \ | l:i.r part of the electorate. Should you i ! fail to secure your. copy of the Record; ! regularly, a complaint made te us will re- ? ?'» ! suit in the matter receiving protnpfcjnves \ ?f V Contributors: Whilst we unhesitatingly i ?-?'Throw our columns open to contributed articles on any subject, we reserve the j right to veto any contribution, or sentence \ of same which we consider libellous or seditious. Should a writer assume a noji I de PLmre, his real nanie must accompany ! his or her manuscript to insure publica tion. Manuscript must be legibly.written j and reach us not later than Wedsnesday of each week. To Correspondents: To facilitate expediti ous printing we request our numerous corresponde...

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