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Florence Nightingale. Heroine of the Crimea. A REMARKABLE CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

Florence Niifitiifile Heroine of the Crimea. A REMARKAB LE CAREER. Florence Nightingale, whose demise we reported last week, was born at Florence iu 1820, and was uaraed Flor ence after that beautiful city on the banks of the Arno. She was the youn ger of two sisters, whose father was a wealthy English landowner named William Shore. The latter assumed his mother's name of Nightingale in 1819. Florence first saw the light in May thus giving that- merry month the distinction of producing perhaps the two most remarkable women the world has ever seen or will see — the subject of this sketch and Queen Victoria. Born in the ' city of flowers,' her love for flowers amounted almost to a passion. She considered their influence most beneficent in the sick room, and it is owing to her strong predilection in this direction that hospital wards in England are made gay with flowers The future heroine spent a happy early life iu her beautiful Derbyshire home 'Lea Hurst,' studying seriously the whil...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

[?] London, Thursday. An Annexation Convention has been signed between Japan and Korea, and a proclamation will be issued on the 30th instant. Britain was aware of Japan's intention but did not raise any objection. Politically the German Government considers that the Annex ation comes in natural sequence of events. The British Press considers Japan's action was a foregone con clusion. A heavy fall of snow in Montana has assisted in quenching the forest fires. The resnlt of Kooyong Federal bye election : Best (Liberal) 11,925, Luras den (Labor) 8214, Ersou 1365. * # # Owing to the Arbitration Court's award, which comes- into operation throughout Australia ou September 1st we will have to pay an extra 9d or Is per pair for the luxury of wearing boots. * * * The N.S.W. Home for incurables- is in debt £312 and a strong appeal has been made to the public sympathy to have it wiped out. Insufficient accom modation for patients is another press ing need. A splendid opportunity for philanthr...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

TELE6RAMS. Sydney, Friday. Markets.— Eggs, 9-i ; Butter, 100s to 112s ; Cheese, to 8d ; Hens, 3s to 4s 6d Roosters, 3s to 5d. The Navigation Bill is being vigor ously condemned in shipping circles. The strike on the North Coast Rail way is settled and the men have re sumed work. The Commonwealth Law Depart ment has served on the Colliery Proprietors and Shippiug Companies; a claim for penalties for alleged res traint of trade. It is understood that the claim is based on the existence of an alleged agreemeut between the parties concerning the supply, price, and carriage of Newcastle coal. The House will meet every raoruiDg during the remainder of the session. Five extra employees and two other men were fined at Perth yesterday for hooting, egg-thi'owing, and otherwise interfering with non-unionist tram em ployees. A settlement of the stiike has failed owing to the Tramway Com pany having pledged itself to retain the services of non-unionists. _ A return presented in the New Zealand P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

To Producers. ? T HAVE much pleasure in informing you JL that I have commenced business on my own account as a DAIEY and PAEM PEO DTJCE SALESMAN, and have secured those spacious and suitable stores at 141 Sussex Street, Sydney, lately occupied by Messrs. E. Hall and Sons My lengthy experience (over 15 years) with Messrs. Denham Bros., and thorough knowledge of the market, together with a cordial connection with both City and Country Buyers, places me in the best posi tion possible to protect your interests, I will personally attend to all the more important details, consequently Producere consigning to me can depend upon obtaining the BEST and QUICKEST EESULTS. Advances made against consignments when required. Butter shipped to home market on owner account, and full value advanced. Account sales promptly rendered. T may say that xny success already far eurpasses anticipations. Looking forward to an opportunity of doing business for you in my new capacity I am, Yours faithfully ? W. ...

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BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

BOMBALA. A meeting of commoners was held in the School of Arts on Wednesday night to elect a trustee in place of Mr. A. Miller, who had resigned. Mr. W. Rumph was unanimously elected for the position. A well attended meeting of the Lib eral and Reform Association was held at Mr. Jonasr office on Tuesday night last, the Mayor occupying the chair. A number of letters were received from the electorate giving encouraging re ports of the doings of the Liberals and anticipating a big win at the election. The captain of the Bombala rifle club has received a|communication from the National Rifle Association to the effect that coach fares will be given free to all intending competitors at the Sydney moeting in October. The Bombala Amateur Minstrel Company will give another of their popular entertainments in the School of Arts on Wednesday, September 14th. There will be a complete change of programme and the prices will be con siderably reduced. Word was received in town on Mon day night last...

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An Attorney-General on the Stage. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

Ait Attomq-Gflierfll on It is commonly known that Mr. Wm. Morrise Hughes, Attorney-General, one_ time knocked out a crust by mending umbrellas ; but the following little dia logue shows that he also occupied a still humbler position than that. The Prime Minister and Attorney Hughes walked into a Journalists' Institute not long ago, and were there introduced to the famous Shakespearian Actoi, George Rignold. 'Do we need an introduction?' asked the Attorney-General, leaning over to Mr. Rignold. The actor looked at him. ' You don't remember me,' con tinued Mr. Hughes, and before the ac tor could reply he said: 'I used to stand in the wings of the stage and roar when you wero killing lions and fighting battles to the delight of large audiences. I did the roaring for six weeks.'-' Mr. Rignold laughed, 'Well, well,' he said 'I have had many supernu meraries who have become eminent actors; but this is the first time I have met one who has become Attorney General of the Commonwealth.' [In t...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Inter-District. TATHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

[?] From Oup Correspondents. TATHRA. Now that our State elections are drawing close upon us, it becomes every right-thinking man and woman to re flect on bow they will vote ; question tbe.-ntielves as to whether they are patriots, desiring the common weal, or mere anlomatic machines set in motion by involuntary impulse; whether they are entities under God's commission to enable the environment of home, country, and truth, or nonentities by reason of inert disregard of what is due from man to man in making the sphere of conjoint action one progressive indi viduality. Shocked at the late Mr. McPaul's Sadden exit. Earth's drama was but a short act for him, ending in tragic scene. We hope that he will be per manently fixed in vthe Tree of Life, resting in peace. Sympathy for be reaved wife and family is general. Having ' regaled onrselves with deviled-ham sandwiches, rakes, and tea, oar cannibalistic effort ou Wednes day, the 17th inst, was followed by the evening doxology, led off by t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

Fatal Bronchitis. PEPS, THE NEW BREATHEABLE REMEDY. If, as the winter advances, yoa begin to be troubled with a dry cough that gets more frequent and racks the chest — if you have hoarseness and shortness of breath and often make a rasping noise in the throat on account, of the phlegm accumulated therein — if you easily take cold, or are to made congh violently on exposing yourself to the raw open air — and if your chest feels raw, painful or tight, then you must know that you are already in the grip of bronchitis. Bronchitis simply means inflammation of the bronchi ; that is, the tubes that fork right and left below the windpipe and convey nir to the lungs. The terror of bronchitis is that it threatens to stop up the breathing pas sages, the cough being Nature's effort to clear an opening when these passages are getting blocked up. The rational and up-to-date remedy is found in Peps. By the ingenuity of men a splendid breathe-able remedy, capable of reaching the very seat of bronch...

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BIBBENLUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

BIBBENLUKE. The surveyors for the NimitybelleBom bala section of the railway are now camped at Kiandra Gate abont five or six miles from here. Our neighbouring farmers during the past few weeks have been busily en gaged preparing for their crops, with the result that the majority of them have them in. Mr. and Mrs. William Moore and family have gone to Bombala where they intend to reside. We are sorry to lose such good neighbours and towns people as Mr. and Mrs. Moore as they were always wiliing helpers in any thing for the welfare of the township. The footballers annual ball eventn ated on Tuesday night last but was not quite the success as was anticipated. Then again on Saturday night a cinder el la was held to which a large crowd of both adults aud youngsters gathered and all who were present spoke of hav ing had an eujoyable time. On Saturday last the Nimitybelle footballers came to fulfill their fixture with this clnb for the competition cup. Although neither sides had their bes...

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CATHCART. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

CATHCART. During the past few days the weather has been very unfavorable in this part. There is a nice shoot in the grass but it appears to be at a standstill. Rain is badly needed to keep it growing, or the spring will net be what it was ex pected to be. - Messrs F. Davis and C. Solomon have opened up their produce store, and it is now in full swing. Farmers are very busy, but are be ginning to sing out for rain as the ground is getting hard. ~ Most of the suffering folk of this little town are improving. Some who are fit enough to travel are going to a warmer climate for the benefits it may afford |them. There are still several families down with measles. Miss Peterson, who has been ill so long, is in a very low condition. A very fashionable wedding took place at Crow's Nest, Queensland, in the early pare of the month, when Miss Jeanie McNee, late of Cathcart, and Mr. T. Gleeson were united. The happy couple spent pa.'t of their honey moon in Cathcart with Mrs. F. Davis, sister of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

I ForChildren'a Hacking Cough at Night, I Woods' Great Peppermint Care. Is 6d.

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Across the Continent. Notes of Travel. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

ACfiSS lll€ C@!!filt€lL . ? ♦ ? Notes of Travel. Mr. A. Champneys, Manager oE Kamer u lea 'Estate, who is at present holidaying on tho Continent and in ICngland. sends the following interesting notes of his tour : — Maxy passengers homeward bound from AnMtj-nlin. Tnrlia. Eirvpt, etc., disem bark at Naples or Marseilles. There aro many routes across the continent, but all more or less converge to the chief places of interest, and during the season there arc many thousand^ of tourists who are out to see aud enjoy the sights the continent affords. I was told it was estimated that 70, 000 Americans toured the continent i-uir. fTon.. Tliprn is not verv much to keep one in Naples over three days, the chief point of interest is the rums of the city Pompeii, overlooked by the aciive Vesuvius. Although it is 1840 years sii.ee this city was destroyed ex cavations still so on and bring to light, interesting relics of the Pompenaus. About a mile away from Pompeii is Herculaneum, still to be une...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

Sporting. Films of the Johnson -Jeffries fight are being shown in Dublin in spite of the authorities. # * * Jack Loudon says that Johnson won the fight against Jeffries by a smile. Well, perhaps the smile had something to do with it, but that right uppercut hurt the most. — Exchange. 3: =*fc :& Said that Jack Johnson broke away from his late manager (George Little) because of a proposition that lie should lie down to Jeffries inside eight rounds, and receive 100,000 dollars. Johnson declined the offer, remarking. 'There isn't enough money in the world to make me throw the fight.' * * * Clem Hill, South Australia's cham pion cricketer, considers the South African team as it stands a formidable one, and bound to give a good account of itself in Australia. * * * 135 entries have been received for the Goulburu to Sydney road race to 'eventuate on September 17th. Country entries have not all been received yet, ind it is expected that fully 150 names will face the handicapper. # *...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

» We hear that ' Captain ' Collins is in a serious state of ill-health. # * * Mk. 'Jack' G really has gone to Eden to take up a position with Mr. M. Howard, storekeeper. r' ' * # * % Constable Thompson is at present ab sent on relieving duty at Eden. * * * Thocbles never travel alone. Mr. E. Gr. Ward's sou, Norman, has con tracted diphtheria, and his daughter is a victim to measles. * * * / Pkhhaps the most unexpected of Mr. Griffiths' utterances on Thursday night was that he had the greatest personal respect for Mr. Wood .and admired his ability. * # * The Melbourne Steamship Com pany's half year, ended 30th June last, showed net profits amounting to£7,374, balance at profit and loss £15,579. * # * All owners of unregistered dogs are reminded that next mouth ' Touser ' must-be euteied on the police register as a BOXA fide resident of the Comnxon ?wealtb. * * * A little son of Mr. J. W. De Costa, of Burragate, has been under Dr. Sharp's treatment during the week, suffering with diph...

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A Chinese Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

Ih %9B§MMbw^9nS s W V^^HMMulnS ««? A Chinese marriage is all ceremony — no talk, no levity, and much crying. The solemnity of a funeral prevails. After the exchange of presents the bride is dressed with much care. A feast is spread upon a table, to which the blushiner bride is led bv five of her best female friends. They are seated at the table, but no one eats. The ut most silence prevails, when finally tbe mother leads off in a cry, the maids follow, and the bride echoes in the chorus. Then all the bridesmaids leave the table, and the disconsolate mother takes a seat beside the chair of state where the bride sits. The bridegroom now enters, with four of his best men. The men pick up the throne on which the bride sits, and, preceded by the bridegroom, form in procession and walk around the room or into an ad joining parlor, signifying that he is carrying her away to his own home. The guests then throw rice at the happy couple.

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Military Exemption. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

[?] ? 9 ? Undek the Defence Bill now being considered in the Federal Houses the following shall be exempt from service in time of war : — (a) Persons medically nufit. (b) Members and officers of the Com monwealth and State Parliaments. (c) Judges (Federal or State), and police, stipendiary or special magis strates of the Commonwealth or of the State. (d) Persons employed in the police or prison services. (e) Persons employed in lighthouses. (f) Medical practitioners or nurses in public hospitals. (g) Persons who are not substantially of European origin or descent. (h) Persons who satisfy the prescrib ed authority that their conscientious beliefs do not allow them to bear arms. (x) Persons engaged in any employ ment specified by regulations or by proclamation. In regard to persons described in paragraphs (f), (g) and (h) the ex emptions do not extend. to duties of a non-combatant nature.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

a that in any undertaking the probable 1| § troubles and difficulties havebeenfore- % a seen and provided for. Every \yise% % engineer is prepared for a break-down, a She is ever ready for an emergency, j| sever on the alert. No matter what la %may go wrong, he is equal to thefi 5 occasion. His means of reparation are § ft always at hand, because he never® g knows when they may be required. 8 g The human machine is ever liable to a s \| break-down. Are you ready for it? \| g Have you supplied yourself with the g g remedy— a box of 1 iin case of possible need ? Nature often n requires assistance. Taken as occasion fi demands, and according to instruc-8 tions, Beecham's Pills. brace up theg system wonderfully. Ebw foolish tog allow any suspected ailment to grow 3 and develop. An occasional dose willu Trequently ward off most serious ail-t- nsnts. And if by neglect or otherwise, s j; ,!iB trouble ha3 become acute, these ft $ iilis should be taken as directed, when j) 6 i. return to a h...

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Inter-District. WYNDHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

[?] , ? ^ [From our Correspondents]. WYNDHAM. Mr. R. Tarbetfc has returned from his holiday bunging his bride with him. During bis absence his residence at Wyndham has been totally reno vated. We wish the happy couple every success and happiness. We are pleased to bear that Mrs. M. A. Collins who was removed to Pam bula Hospital about a fortnight ago is better again and is expected home this week. The weather has been pretty rough this last week. Strong westerlies have been blowing but seem to have blown over now as there was a good frost this morning and a model day to-day. The Church of England function to be held on Wednesday night promises to be a success. On. Saturday last the Pambula teach ers, Messrs. Ashwortb, Bailes and Sykes visited Wyndham for the month ly teachers' meeting. Mr. Ashworth gave a very instructive address on ' first aid.' 22/8/'10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

— GRAND — PLAIN & FANCY & Hi DRESS BALL, (in aid of the R.C. Church.) WILL BE HELD IN THE School of Arts, Candelo, - ON - WEDNESDAY, 31st AUGUST. TICKETS: Double, 7s 6d. . Single, 5s. Extra Lady, 2s 6d. . Stage, 2s . — ALSO— -lra&& Cinderella, :: TO BE HELD :: On the Following Night, (1st.) Exeel.'ent Supper. First-class Music Engaged. Mesdames S. HANSCOMBE, C. BRIGHT, Hon. Secretaries. Goulburn . Gonlburn. SPECIAL SPSSNS SALE. Thursday, September 22, 1910. W- M. Wheatley ?Will hold his first SPECIAL SPRING SALE on the above date and will be pleased to receive early particulars of any cattle coming forward. THE London Directory (Published Annually) Enables traders throughout the World to communicate direct with English f Manufacturers and Dealers in each class of goods. Besides being a complete commercial guide to London and its suburbs, the Directory contains lists of FXPORT MERCHANTS, with the Goods they ship and the Colonial and Foreign Markets the...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 27 August 1910

General News. Chi/.;f Secretary Wood at Camper down : 'The next, step would be to nationalise the sheep and goats.' A ?voice : ''Pot them in the Ministry.' * * # Mrs Margaret Theresa Hill, 60, a ?widow, while kneeling to pray at St. Charles' R^man Catholic Church. ^PAverley, on Sunday morning died of ^hearl failure. * * » The body of a newly-born female child, murdered, has been found buried ffjn the sand at La Perouse. * # # The British Government comprises fifty-five Miuisters, who share amongst them £66,000 a year. * ' * * The Federal Attorney General says that the lands owned by municipal bodies will be exempt from the opera tions of the Federal land tax. * * # Satisfies of the world's trade for the past six months shows that Great Brit ain is still leading the npxt competitor (Germany) by £800,000,000 in imports and £40,000,000 in exports. * * * Writing on the question of temper ance reform, the Ai'chbishop of Sydney says: — 'Our Church should take its place in the front rank. ...

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