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The Wonderful Winston. A Pen Sketch of Mr. Winston Churchill. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

I A Pen Sketch of Mr. Winston Churchill. His physique is that of a neurotic ath lete. He is all nerves and vigour. His frame is lean and lithe, and he shows an impassioned intensity of vigi lance and sharp alertness of ear and eye. But his figure is prematurely bent and bowed, and the sauare. ncrlv sl-mnlrWs tell a tale of laborious hours, which is confirmed by the thinned brown hair, the bald brow and temples, the wide parting, and the white patch on the crown. The face, too, has shaken off the hesitating contours of youth, and settled itself into a granite fixity. It is a. square face, all battlemented brows and walled jaws, heavy angles and salients, with a portcullis mouth, and a nose like a tower. When the hard mouth melts into a humerous smile the lovable boyish side of his nature is visible. But this is rare. His voice is erratic. He lisps, over every sibilant. His lisp is part of his' neurotic temperament. It will be known as the Winston lisp, like the ? Gladstone collar, th...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

^ '-And This. ^ j ? ' j: - Subscribers to the Southern Eecord are j governed by the following [: LAWS EELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: i; 1. Subscribers who do not give exprns i notice to the contrary are considered as ivish- ? ing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may con- , tinue to send them until arrears are paid, i1 3. If subscribei-s refuse or neglect to take .' periodicals from the post office or other place to which they are directed, they arc held \ I responsible until they have settled their' | bills and ordered the periodicals to be dis- : : continued. ! _4. If subscribers move to other localities : I without informing the publishers, and their j papers are sent to the former direction, the '; ; subscribers are responsible. ; I 5. The courts have decided that ' refusing to take periodicals from the office or remov° ing or leaving them uncalled for, is prima faci evidence of intentional fraud. G. If subsc...

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

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World's Wheat Crops. Official Argentine Estimate. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

w®iic$ meat crops. Official Argentine Estimate. The Argentine Ministry of Agricul ture estimates the wheat crops of the world, in metric tons, as follows : — Britain ? 1,700,000 Austro-Hungary 6,900,000 France ? 7,800,000 Italy ? 4,000,000 Germany ? 4,000,000 United States ... 17,500.000 Canada ? 2,950.000 Argentina ? 4.200,000 Australasia ? 2,100,000 Russia ? 18.500.000 Asia ? 11,700,000 The total estimate, from all centres, is 93,700,000 tons, as compared with 86,580,000 tons iu 1909.

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

A MEDICINE OF EEAL WORTH. Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy is intended for acute throat and lung diseases, of which colds, croup and whooping cough are the most common. Those who have used it for years and are in a position to know its real value assert that it is without an equal for the treatment of these diseases. It not only cures colds and influenza but counteracts any tendency towards pneumonia. It is in almost universal use as a preventive and cure for croup and has never been known to fail. Sold by all dealers in medicine.* THOSE WHO SUFFER FROM WEAKNESS, SICK HEADACHE, LOSS OF SLEEP, POOR APPETITE, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, OR INDIGESTION, SHOULD READ MRS. MORLOCK'S LETTER WRITTEN TO CLEMENTS TONIC, AND HOW IT CURED HER For the relief ol indigestion, and the creation of good appetite, there is no equal to this reliable medicine. Women who suffer from indigestion should read this document, as it is true and of value in every particular. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. ' For seven weeks in De...

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A Great Exhibition in Flames. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

FIM€S. ? « ? The Brussels International and Univer sal Exhibition caught fire about 9 p.m. on Monday, and, aided by the wax mannequins in the Brussels Dress makers' annexe the Belgian section in which the fire started was soon an unbroken sheet of flame. The fire thence reached the British section; and this and the Belgian were both con sumed in 50 minutes. The wind caused sparks to scatter iu all directions, and the French, Danish, Russian, Nor wegian, Spanish, Austrian, Japanese, and Chinese courts were soon involved in the conflagration. The whole of the left side of the Avenue des Nations, as well as 40 houses in an Avenue adjoin ing the Exhibition were destroyed. Carvings by the English sculptor and wood-carver, Grinling Gibbons (1648 1721, Morlaix tapestries, priceless pieces of furniture, and the tableau ex hibited by the City of Bradford (York shire) showing the worsted industry in all its branches, and other priceless treasures were among the ruins. Only the cash and docume...

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

Woods'Great Peppermint Care, for Coughs and Colds, never fails. Is 6d. r?

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

--- ? ? ? ? , ? ....rrilf. .......,..,., ? .,,.^^^m^NT^-^-. ? ? ? «rf %, .??????' cPj Estey Osr^siEas are Ib^ailt t»y e3zpes*ts ©2i tbie experience galmed d^2°in^ t £ki-3 maniialasSfc^as'e of o^ea* osae tbii^aS Ev@ry izncl& of tl^e material iased is tlfoe Best ol3taipalbSe9 and all timlbea? is specially ais* cSs^iesS antdl seasosiesS -I TSiveir tosae is sweets yet ftsll of jp&'W&T, as^d tSfceiE- case desigicas exceediia^Iy SiasusSsoEsneo 3 We sell tl^eai^ at all prices fi'roaaa' J; \ S1O. CataSog'tse airnd Price IList free oia applicationis WE S&I*I* ON EASY TERMS. j ? 1 i 838 Geof^e S^s°eet9 Syd.x&-syo ! i __ ? ___ ? ^13J1 i^ THE PEOPLE'S POPULAR BUTCHER, ^ Pamfoula Street, OANDELO. Only the Priinest Bullocks and Slieep Slaughtered. Small Goods a Speciality. . . . Families waited on Daily. . . . Country Orders promptly attended to. o&, THE WONDERFUL «&, = = STRONGEST DRESSING COMB IN THE WORLD. = = LADIES !— The next time you ...

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

CATHCART. After a terrible time of suffering, Cathcart is gradually shaking off the wave of sickness that commenced to sweep over it some months back. Mr after a severe attack of measles and bronchitis. One son and daughter have been nigh to the gates of death, but thanks to the skill and care of Dr. Welch are now out of danger. Still measles hold sway and several families are down with them. Old Mr. Denny, of Catbcart, died the other night very suddenly. Deceased was about 80 years of age. Mr. S. Brown, son of Mr. W. Brown, Beresford, met with a painful accident a few days ago while cutting scrub. His companion,, who was working close to him, happened to miss his blow and cut into Brown's arm. Dr. Welch had to put in several stitches. Mr. W. Davis, butcher, killed a 22 months old beast at his yards last week that tipped the beam at 540 pounds.

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

DELEGATE. There has been quite an exodus of residents from Delegate lately. Mr. and Mrs. Watson, having disposed of the business of the Commercial Hotel to Mr. McGrade of Candelo, have now made up their minds to add to the list of those seeking fortune in other lands and will be leaving about the end of the month for Pittsworth iu Queens land where Mr. Watson intends follow ing the auctioneering business in all its branches. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Wat son prosperity in their new home. Miss Hall, the assistant Public School teacher here, has veceived notice of her removal to the North Coast and takes her departure to-morrow morning. This means promotion for Miss Hall and she will now have charge of a school. I am sorry to have to report that sickness is again in our midst, Mrs. Godber being the victim to a severe at tack of pneumonia. Mr. O'Brien, head teacher of the Public School, has also been confined to his bed for the last few days and I hear he has been ordered to Sydney. I hope ...

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Florence Nightingale. Message from the King. PUBLIC FUNERAL A NATIONAL DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

1 awS -s,aBos£ lyi^uSa2au4a^Iu'£o Message from the King. PUBLIC FUNERAL A NATIONAL DUTY. Florence Nightingale, the heroine of the Crimea, and the woman who taught the world how to treat its sol diers, died iu Londnu last Sunday 91 years of age. If her expressed wish is acceded to the funeral will be very quiet. The London 'Daily Telegraph' states:— 'Miss Nightingales will asks for a quiet funeral, but the opinion is growing that a public funeral for a heroine who was the equal of Jeanne D'Arc is a national datv.'' The Army wishes her remains to be buried in Westminster Abbey, but it is not likely the request will be, acceded to. The Tasmanian branch of the Aus tralian Trained Nurses' Association has, through the Agent-General, sent a wreath to be placed on her coffin. The King has telegraphed to her re latives an expression of his and Queen ivxavy s ueep regret. The Royal message added ? 'We practically owe our present organisa tion of trained nurses to her striking example.' The Fr...

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

Mixed items. Dick Arnst cabled, ' Am going at my best; have Barry's measure; put your money ou me at any price obtain able, sure to win.1' It would seem that the champion did not misguage his powers, for in the race yesterday he won easily. ' # # #. The Lang-Kaufmanu ngut has been cancelled. « * « The New York correspondent of the 'Daily Express' reports that the eight-months .old baby of Mr. Edward M'Leau, a well-known multimillion aire, is taking its airings at Bar Har bor, Maine, in a steel cage on wheels. 1 ne cage, wmen is uneu wllu uiubi; down, is fitted with complicated locks. The precautions are taken in conse kidnap the child. * * * The population of this State on Juue 30, was 1,664,644 an increase of- 8814 for the quarter. * * # The Defence Bill was launched iu the Senate ou the 2nd reading on Wed nesday. The service for junior cadets is fixed for| between 12 and 14, in senior cadets 14 and 18, citizens forces be tween 18 and 25. Between the ages of 25 and 26 citizens will...

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

[?] The monthly meeting of the Ladies' Branch of the Liberal and Reform As sociation will be held in the School of \JB 'Arts ou Wednesday next at 2.30 p.m. w '. # . * # . - Mrs. Peecy Alexander, who has been in town under the care of Dr. Sharpe, (' is at present much improved. ' * * * Ax R.C. priest has been elected a Councillor of the Smythsdale Shire in 'Victoria. * # * ? ? Hit, LogaS, of Bombala, gave 275 guineas for the draught stallion, Emu Chipper, at the Sydney horse sales last ?week. * # * The stream of immigration continues to steadily flow. On Monday 119 landed from the Miltiades and Orvieto. * * * The loss on the Cooma railway ser vice for the past year is given at £45,572. # * * Mk. H. J. Guthrie, we regret to re port, is suffering from an attack of an old complaint. # * * Captain Bishop, who has had an en forced holiday of 6 months, is now reinstated to the command of the steamship Jiden. # * # Mr. W. G. Higgs the other day gave notice in the House of Reps, that he woul...

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

flilpii.G€i2tlL About £13,000 have been collected toward the completion of St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney. : * S * Tbe slaughterman strikers demand ^ the absolute elimination of piecework conditions Senator Poarce proposes to bring in legislation to compel youths under |||y, to undergo 16 days' training peryear^||S' During 1909, 27 gaols were abolished in New' South Wales. An eloquent confirmation of the decrease in criine- statistics. * ' * * Whatever may be said of Premier Wade, even his opponents admit that he is a wholesome, clean mau, wtio does his best, to- do the right thing; It is this spirit of character rather than ability devoid of it that Australia (and every country) needs. * * * Lewis, one of the liberated strike leaders, said that they had been placed in their recent position by a packed jury. The Premier denounced the charge 'as being an infameus false hood. . . .# * # There are 6b,266 old-age pensioners in Australia, and the payments amount to £1,656,000 per annum. i ...

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

Bass and Flinders. [By William White — Candelo Public School.] Bass and Flinders were the two ex plorers who were brought ont by Cap tain Hunter in 17Do. Bass was a surgeon and Flinders was a midshipman. Iu those days no one had explored the interior aud parts of the coast of Aus I'lallcl. XIJG LWU LUCJl Ill'UU ncui CA ploring. They got a little boat abont eight feet long and called it. the 'Tom Thumb.' It wns not till 1790 they reached Botany Bay and sailed up Hip George's River. Atter they renchfi home to Sydney, the Governor was so pleased with their exp^iiDiui. ihat he went up the George's I! i ver ??;; ?? -nmii'i. i new settlement, miicli iu- irniiei* Bankstown. The next year the twe went agaiu in the 'Tom Thumb,' to try aud find a large river which was said to enter the sea south of Botany. As they were journeying down front Sydney they got into a strong current, which wrecked their boat and spoilt al[ their powder. After the accident was over they thought of returning; but so...

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Inter-District. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

Muvl .Ss^JLt© y.!L lL%0 ? to From, our Correspondents. BOMBALA. Dast Saturday, 14th inst, the Bombala Boys Athletic Club football team met the Waratahs in their third competi tion uuicuu ror uuo uruuuuiau. cup. up till half time tho B.B.A.C. had it most ly their own way. The scores when the whistle blew were 6 to 3. During the sbuouu nan. i-ua yy cilluuus maue iu a very willing game and at full time the scores showed a win for the Waratahs by 14 to 6. B. Daly bandied the whistle. Mr. W. Ingram, better known as '' Stanger,' left for Eden on Sunday morning where lie intends to join his brother in carrying on a hairdressing saloon. ' Stanger ' will be greatly missed by the footballers as he was their main stay as a champion full-back. W (a toicVi Tiirri oxrprTT cnnr-pcc in live tipw business. Mr. William Elliott son of Mr. John Elliott was taken suddenly ill during the week. The doctor was called in and found him to be suffering from ap pendicitis, and ordered his immediate removal to ...

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A Prominent Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

A Prominent Australian. [By Gordon Blomfield— Candelo Public School.] Captain Charles Sturt was undoubted ly one of the graatest men of his time, and he did more for Australia then per haps any other mau. He has been justly called ' The Father of Australian Exploration,' being the first man to exnlore the erreat western nlains and to settle the question as to whether au inland sea existed in the interior of the contineut. He was a Captain in the 39th Regiment, then stationed in Sydney. His first expedition was in 1828, when he set out to explore the supposed inland sea. A severe drought was in progress at this time, and Governor Darling, remembering that Oxley's progress had been stopped by marshes, determined to send out the expedition in the hope that these marshes would be dried up. The party followed the Macquarie until it lost itself in marshes, then, striking out for the interior, they discovered the Dar ling, which to their disappointment was so salt as to be Ejunfit to drink...

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

Sporting. ? A ? Grafnax must be a 'blitherer' over the sticks. In addition to winning the Grand National a few weeks ago, he pulled off the Australian Steeplechase over a four miles couise, last week, humping a 12.12 load. Time 7.54|. * # # Jockey Burke tumbled off Lemon wood in the Hurdle Race at Rosehill last Saturday. The chestnut started favorite and was running a fine race when he 'dropped his bundle.' # # * Pretty well all the South Coast Joc key Club's are suffering from financial strangulitus, brought on by the hard times, according to their reports and balance sheets. Amongst others Bem boka Club had a loss of £14 7s 6d on the year, putting the club £112 13s on the wrong side of the ledger. * * # v^anaeio rootoauers still cnerisb the notion of visiting Bibbenluke on 10th September, in quest of that 'bit of a cup,' that is, supposing Nimitybelle doesn't take it home with them after ?their match the latter end of this month. Judging by the way the local lads are piling on fle...

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

CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. 1. Open to all children of both sexes, 15 years and under, resid ing within the Eederal Electorate. 2. Each Competitor must write upon at least ten of the chosen Subjects to be eligible for a Prize. 3. Essays, not to exceed 500 words, must reach us on Tuesday of each week to ensure Publication. 4 Each Manuscript will be numbered, and minus the writer's name, passed on to the Examiners. 5. The Three Best Avill be Chosen and Published, with the Author's Name and School attached. 6. Teachers may assist scholars in such details as Punctuation, but are asked to endeavor to induce competitors to depend entirely upon their own powers of thought and expression. Ig LIST OF SELECTED SUBJECTS, si DATE. SUBJECT. WRITERS' NAMES. Aug. 20, 27!; SEPT. 3 ,. 10 ,, 17 ' ... 24 OCT. 1 .; 8 ?? ,. 15 22 ?- ' 29 NOV. 5 ,. 12 „ 19 ' .. 26 i DEC. 3 „ 10 ,» 17 ' ,. 24 Prominent Australians (Past and Pre sent.) School Friendships, ' Eden arid Its Port.' 'Courage, Physical and Mora.1...

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Sir Thomas Mitchell. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 20 August 1910

Sir Thomas Mitchell. [By Fred. Day— Candelo Public School] Sir Thomas Mitchell followed rivers and land that was known, aud proved what kiud of country was there. After Allan Cuuniughiim discovered the Liverpool Plains and Darling Downs lyuijur lUiLuuen wunii to uoui piaues iiuu reported it was splendid country. This * was in 1831. He also discovered the Narnoi ami Gwydir. He traced ths - latter to its junction with tho Darling. This was the work he did iu 1831. In 1835 he set out and traced the Bogau down to the Darling. They built a stockpile, which was called Fort Bourke. They met with natives who killed Richard Cunningham. It was now settled that ail the rivers fiowiug north-west flowed iuto the Darling. ^^sS-i He was sent to finish the survey oi**iryB 't Darling. The swamps of the Lachlart ' were now grpeu fields, and the Darling Plains was splendid country. . ( ? In 1836 he traced the Murray to the sea, aud found that the Darling flowed into the Murray. He also said that the c...

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