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EDEN AND ITS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 September 1910

EDEN hW ITS POST. By CLARICE GORMAN— Con- vent School, Candelo. Eden is situated on Twofold Bay, which is a magnificent and deep harb our. In 1827 Bass discovered the port and pronounced it very safe and shelt ered for vessels. As the largest ships afloat can easily and safely enter aud depart, it is most valuable as a port of refuge. A fleet of the largest warships would be able to enter the harbour at any state of tide with the utmost safety, aud can more' over ? anchor close to the shore. The port has an excellent pier for the different boats to load and unload cargo, ? a harbour light, pilot station, two large storerooms for the accommodation of shippers, and a large building which at one time was nsed as a Custom's House. Eden, and an ancient settlement called Boyd Town, situated on the southern shore, and named after one of the early adveuturers were once thought to be destined to a glorious future ; but the whaling and other industries^ which all this prosperity was to depend...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poetry. Life's Twilight. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

[?] Life's Twilight. _ ? « ? Heart of my heart sit close beside me, dear, Ii is the end of day and night is near ; The birds have sought their nests, the bees their hives, And twilight dims the landscape of our lives. How good a thing is peace ! How fair and sweet Is rest, deep rest, and sleep for weary hands and feet ; The land lies all subdued in patient evening light, Not grieving for the noon nor fearful of the night. Dear hair of silver grey that once was shining gold — Not rich with too much light but coil ing fold on fold Above a brow of snow and throat as white as milk — I stroke you once again and still the tress is silk. Dear eyes, I did not think that such a shade of blue, So deep and intense, and shadowed thro' and thro', Conld hide the stress of time, the wear and tear of years, The bitterness of grief, the salt of many tears. For many tears they knew, but never shame or guile; And God, who made them weep, also made them smile ; Dear eyes, so filled with truth, so human...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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The salvation Army. Commissioner Hay at Bega. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

lite salvation Any. Commissioner Hay at Bega. On Saturday and Sunday last Com missioner Hay, the Commander-in-chief of the Salvation Army in the Common wealth and New Zealand, was in Bega. On his arrival on Saturday, per motor from Milton, he was tendered a wel come in the Barracks, and after tea a I reception meeting was held in the | School of Arts. There was a good at k tendance of members of the local corps I and the public, the meeting bsing pre I sided over by Brigadier Cain, who ac | companies the Commissioner. After \ preliminaries the Commissioner was introduced to the audience, and deliv W ered a very interesting address. He is f a most effective speaker, and in the course of his remarks he said that 28 years ago he first became an officer in the Army, and had since then been en gaged in Salvation Army work. He ? was boru in Scotland, being a native of Glasgow. Since coming to Australia he had been getting about the country for the purpose of bringing himself in contact wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

Bemboka! Bemboka! On Saturday, 17th September, At Mudie's Yards, . At 1.30. 12 PIGS, 50 Head Mixed Cattle. WILLIAM RIXON has received instruc tions to soil by public auction as above. Candelo. ? Candelo. On Monday, September 12th, At 1.30 o'clock. TTTILLIAM RIXON has received instruc- ' VV tions to sell by public auction as ibove, 50 HEAD MIXED CATTLE, including ** 15 Grade Jersey Heifers, 12 months old. BEGA! ~ BEGA! At tho Bega Sale Yards, On Tuesday, 13th. September. At 11.30, 25 PIGS. At 1.30, 12 Springing Cow3 and Heifers, 60 Head Mixed Cattle. WILLIAM RIXON has received instruc tion8 to sell by public auction, Ko above. BEGA! BEGA! Lease of Farm, 604a., AT PERICOE. On account of Mr. Robert Alexander. On Tuesday, 20th September, At the Bega Sale Yards, Immediately after the Cattle Sales. TTTILLIAM RIXON has received instruc VV tions to sell by public auction, as above, LEASE of FARM at PERICOE, 604 acre3. Large Homestead, Dairyman's Cottage, all necessary buildings and yards fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

-|k To Stand the Season. 0W \jvW and to travel the surround Tlie Pony Stallion, Dam MASCOT, Sire PICCANINNY. 'a, p o a § b b s... f -I § ? § v-' a. SB Z §'° S. * PIJCA.NINNY' II is a beautiful dark Bay with black points, standing 13.3i hands high of splendid conformation, with plenty of bone and muscle and has proved himself a sure foalgetter. Terms £2. A reduction for two or more mares. C. JOHNSON, Proprietor. LOST7 T OST on Friday, 2nd September, LADY'S JL BROWN MARMOT FUR, in Candelo, or between Candelo and Bega. Reward. Ap ply 11EC0RD OFFICE, or MRS. F. J. RYAN. TN THE -SUPREM1S COURT OF NEW I SOUTH WALES PROBATE JURIS DICTION. IN the ESTATE of THOMAS LINGER, LATE of MOGILLA, in the State of New South AValus, Farmer, de ceased in testate. HPAKE NOTICE that Creditors, if any, in' _L the abovenamed Estate are hereby re quested to send in their CLVIMS within .FOURTEEN DAYS from the publication hereof to the undersigned. H. M. BLOMFIELD, Proctor for the Administrators, Carp Street, ...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

[?] ? » ? Local Cricketers should commence to bestir themselves for the. approaching season. Now is the time to carry out preliminaries, while there is nothing else to do. * # # Lemonwood humped 9.13 home « winner in the Warwick Farm Hurdle Rnce on Saturday last. * * * 62 consecutive bulls-eyes at 500 yards with an ordinary military rifle at a 20ia. spot is not bad. Last week E. Bowling, captain of the Wingham Rifle Club, accomplished this feat, which stands as Australia's record. # ? # # Last Saturday the Bega Junior footballers bumped the local lads pretty hard on their own ground, defeating them by 12 to nothing. * # # Three years ago Warrior, winner of the Adelaide Grand National, was drawing a mail cart between two country towns in the south, making trips three times a week. * * # The publican's booth for the Albury races sold for £87. * * # The South African cricketers will leave Capetown for Australia in the P. and O. steamer Commonvealth about the end of September. * * * £13...

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DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

DELEGATE. The Progress Association, which was supposed to have received its death blow a few months ago through lack of interest, has blossomed forth into life again and held its annual meeting in the School of Arts on Monday night and was well attended. The usual business was transacted and the following officers elected for the ensuing twelve months. President Mr. E. Booth vice-Presidents, Messrs. Jonah Goodman, and ? E. A. Gardiner Treasurer Mr. E. Booth,' Secretary Mr S. Ro'jertson. The many friends of Mrs. Commons who underwent a serions operation in St. Vincent's Hospital a. short time ago will be pleased to hear that she is now convalescent and arrived home on Saturdayiast. The annual ball in aid of the R.C. Church will be held on tho 5th October. The meeting called some time ago to decide as to whether we are to have a show next year or not, was held on Saturday iin the School of Arts, and a good deal of enthusiasm shown. All present were in favour of holding the show but th...

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The Man of Iron. WHEN STANLEY QUAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

[?] WHEN STANLEY QUAILED. 'Before I mei Henry M. Stanley,' says William Rideing, in ' M'Glure's ' I had talked with men who had been under him in his African expeditions, and all they told me about him was more or less appaling. 'He was not inhuman, but in des perate straits he spared neither, men nor beast, nor would he defer to the counsel or the pleas of others or have any patience with less than instant and unquestioning obedience to his orders under all circumstances. He would not forbear under arguments or excuses or relax his severity by, any familiarity or pleasantries, even when his object had been gained. . He was both despot and martinet; stern, exacting, uncompromising, silent, humourless, inscrutable, Oromwellian. ' I cannot say we loved him, ' one of his lieutenants said to me ; ' we were ail afraid of him, but we all believed in him. When he hadn't his rifle in hand he had his Bible, and no matter where our camp was or how long and dis tressing our march had been, he ...

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TATHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

TATHRA. Following death one must needs have marriages, or the curtain of life's drama on earth would ring down and never fjo up again, hence, Mr. George Gazztird employed by the Illawarra and S. 0. S N' Cnvr nssnus foRt.fin into the breach on Wednesday the 7th inst. and take unto :iimself, in the holy bonds of wedlock, Miss Ethel, second daughter of Mr. T. Etixon, resident here. Now, we would hazard much, in keen competition were we as eligible as lucky Gazzard ; not being so, however, wo bow to the inevitable, congratulating the happy pair respectively, wishing them all the joys, the consummation of a long life's courtship will bring. Apropo3, what is oallud the last section of ' tho lover's walk' to the river from Tathra, is about to be macadamised by Messrs. Toukiu an! Fraser. When completed mater and pater will divise a premium for the contractors, and the chances are Mr. Wood will urge a bonus from parental government. ' All our teamsters with a sigh, Twirl their mo whilst curs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

_ . . ? . — I A Paper for the People. C/ ?- ? J ? ___ ami ^tetfof* ? ? —r — ^^^.^v^-^^^^-^^b /, ? _ ? . Printed atCandelo. Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. Stands for no Tarty, but forPrinciples. Panders to no class, clique, or corporation. Lives and labours for Truth, for the best interests of the community, and for the highest ?? . l . ? ? kir- stood of the people. . ;i Caters for all tastes and temperaments and times, and- lias 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 support it earns. _ _ _ _ _ * A A A. AAJh. *AA A^^ *^^ ? ^A r_ ? *''? -'^ ? .w. ? ~v- ?...

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BIBBENLUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

BIBBENLUKE. ' Spring the sweet Spring ' is fast creeping on us. On all sides can be seen a delightful change from Winter's severity. Wattles are adorning the hills in the neighbourhood and fruit trees in the garden are bursting forth into new coats of splendour. The suns rays are being felt more and more day by! day, in f act^every thing is^dis playing fresh life and grandeur. Mr. W. Davis Wright, who is oppos. ing Mr. G. T. C. Miller for the Monaro Seat (in the Liberal and Reform interests) will address the electors in the School of Arts to-night. I trust he will be greeted with a good gathering. Rumour hath it that another store keeper will shortly open up in business in the ' Old Waterloo Stores. ' There is also some talk of anothei blacksmith starting operations in our little town ship ere very long, advance Bibbeu lnke ! The annual general meeting of the local Tennis Club was held on Wednes day night last. A large number of members and enthusiasts being present. The report and ...

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THE ISSUES AT STAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

THE ISSUES AT STAIL 4F O read the reports of the venomous C^l oratory which floods the country just now ; to ponder the political penmanship which appears in the provincial and metropolitan press ; to note the animosity which moves among men everwhere as the result of political antagonism ; to listen to the frantic denunciations by each of the parties of the actions and aims and objects of the other, would give an open mind the impression that the kingdom itself de pended on the contest. According to the allegations of the exponents of each policy the effect of the other will be at least ruinous to a section of the com' mnnity, so we are in for a bad time whatever the result. In view of this, an impartial comparison of the respec tive programmes of the parties engaged leads to rather remarkable results, and makes the whole business a mystery, to say the very least of it. * * # We have before us a lengthy list of political promises, representing the policies of the Liberal and Labour...

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Inter-District. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

[?] From Our Correspondents. BOMBALA. Mr. Riley and Mr. Griffiths addressed a large gathering of electors in the School of Arts on Thursday night last, about 180 electors turned up, rather a record for Bombala. They were given a very orderly hearing. Mr. W. H. Wood accompanied by his sister arrived in town on Sunday evening and spent Monday in town and thence journeyed to Sydney. The semi-final football match for the half-holiday competition cup was play ed on the local oval on Saturday last between Bibbeuluke and Bombala. The game was not very exciting for the spectators, as it was mostly composed of scrums. No points were scored un til close on full time, when D. Whitley put in a piece of smart play for Bom' bala and carried the ball over the line. J. Whitley converted. Thus.the game ended in favor of Bombola by 5 points to nil. Mr. B. Daly handled the whistle and gave every satisfaction. Bombala and Nimitybelle have now to play for the final which event will take place about next...

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CURRENT TOPICS. Faith Healing. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

[?] Faith Healing. During the past week two incidents have occurred which give rise to a rather perplexing problem. In Sydney an unfortunate mau was sent to gaol for three months on ac count of the death of his sou, which it was alleged l-esulted through the father placing full reliance on his belief in ' faith healing.' As a remarkable set off to this a lady in Melbourne, who had been deprived of her speech for some time, on Sunday last while in church regained the lost faculty, as a result of her own and her friend's faith. There can be no reasonable doubt as to the curative power of faith. By it miraculous things occur every day. It plays a big part in overcoming all sick ness. Eminent medical men admit that skilled physicians have failed in cases where the veritable quack has succeed ed, solely by reason of the sufferers faith in his treatment and their ultim ate recovery. Faith-healing is certainly justified to a great extent by results, perfectly legitimate. But on the other h...

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Election Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

Electioi settings. — « — Following are the correct returns from each centre in the Bega electorate at last State election : — Polling Places Wood Holt Bega 838 659 Bemboka 129 316 Bermagui 74 83 Big Bog 6 - 7 Bombala ? 319 213 Brickyards 33 53 Brogo 59 16 Burragate 46 21 Candelo - 197 229 Cobargo 132 140 Dignam's Creek 15 10 Eden .110 94 Kiah River 31 23 Lochiel 39 3R Merimbula 39 17 Millingandi 32 16 Mogilla 29 32 Mnrrah 29 10 Mi!a - 41 16 Nethercote - 33 14 Nnmbugga 20 65 Pericoe 40 16 Pipeclay Creek 28 44 Pambula 179 51 Quaama 63 42 Quinburra 15 9 Rocky Hall 34 26 Rockton 26 13 Tantawanglo 38 -22 Tanja 53 53 Towamba . -41 17 Warburton Creek 13 85 Wyndhim 96 65 Wolumla '' 106 93 Woolingnbra ll 7 Tambulla 28 52 Totals : Wood, 3022 ; 'Holt 2417. Majority for Wood, 605. ?'

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The Toll Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

The Toll Tele phone, From 1st instant, the old Chapman flat rate telephoue sys tem — under which subsribers paid a cer tain amount ground rental per annum and were allowed lOuO free calls per half year — gave place to a new system, which will be known as the ' Thomas,' or toll system. This new scheme, so far as it effects this district, and all other districts with a population of less than 10,000 within a ten miles' radius, will mean that sub scribers will have to pay about £3 per annum ground rental and a half penny per call. Those, however, outside a two mile radius of the exchange will be required to pay extra mileage. It may be interesting to district subscrib ers to know that if a subscriber rings up Mr. So-and-so and finds he is not on hand that will be counted an effec tive call. A call will be deemed effec tive when, auswered, as soon as the con versation is finished ; bufc should a con versation be interrupted by a 'cut-off,' beiug the fault of the telephonist or through m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

| - And This. % j | ? j Subscribers to the Southern Record are governed by the following \ LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: | 1. Subscribers who do not give expres '?} notice to the contrary arc considered as r.ish- 1 ? ing to continue their subscriptions. 'jj i 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance I of their periodicals, the publisher may coa ,tinue to send them until arrears are paid. : 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the post office or other place f to which they are directed, they are held \ responsible until they have settled their ? bills and ordered the periodicals to be dis-'i , continued. | a ; 4. If subscribers move toother localities : ' without informing the publishers, and their | papers are sent to the former direction, the: i subscribers are responsible. ? 5. The courts havn decided that ' refusing ? to take periodicals from the office or remov^i ing or leaving them uncalled for, is prijia ' 'faci evidence of intentional fraud. j C. If s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

$ Read This- $ i To Our Readers.- Wo would ask you to help us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep resentative newspaper by forwarding at ! your earliest convenience information that ' will be of public interest. You will thus I rl.-- inunh toward advertising your particu- j ; 1-ir init of the electorate. Should yoi' I fsiil 1o -?(?ci:te your copy of the Rrooitn i r'l:'.i'nri.v. a complaint made to us will re j[_ suilr. in the matter receiving prompt invos- j *Zi~ t:-r.i.tiou. ] |i To Contributors?: Whilst we unhesitatingly fl throw onr column? open to contributed - -jt1 '? ??. -'i'-'ii's ia. ;j.!:y suVijo. '? ?? we reserve the: -. : ??':-? f'-j K't-i'i Any ?:n:;t' ' ntion. or sentence j ?-; ?: ;V:*f- v-'. I;'., .i-.; ? o- jkltLot libellous or ! . ,.-.' '.\\ i''(M. t-hottld a writer assume a kom ds pi/uMrrc, his real name must accompiuy 'Z^. his or her manuscript to insure publica ' ? \ tioa. Manuscript must be legibly written ! i and reach us not later than Wednesday j j of each ...

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World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

worU-WMe Gtenilip. The Prime Minister (Mr.- Fisher) was 48 years old on 30th August. _ # * * 'Rev. Father Holland, of Fowra, has donAted £50 towards the fund for the completion of St. Mary's Cathedral. The natural increase in the popula tion of Ireland during the year 1909 ?was 27,786, while the loss by emi gration was 28,670. * # * During the first five months of the present year over twenty- three thous and farms have been taken np in Western Oanadn. * * * The Government dairy expert says there was a distinct improvement in the quality of TS. S. W. butter exported during the past season, superfine show ing a very satisfactory increase. # * * Hindoos show a big desire to- become landed proprietors up north. The other day 20 of the colour put in applications for the Goonibar blocks, Tweed district, but the Board promptly threw them out. * # # The State Revenue returns for August show a comparative increase of £256,462. * * # Mr. Johnson, M.L.A., has been fined £50, and three other u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

y|||^ Vf BE WISE Your Grocery Bill will be much! Less if ! ssssbj^sjss. you give your Orders to ISRAEL. wHiuiunru**,. [je will give you Quantity and Quality. NOTE MY REDUCTION IN FLOUR. \ Sugar- C.S.R. Co's. I.C., 14s 3d per 701b bag. LA. or I.W., 14s 6d per 701b 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 lls ; 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 Brunton's Patent Roller, in 501b bags, lls per 100 lbs; in 1501b sacks, per - lOOlbs, 10s 6d. Kerosene. — Snowflake, 150 test, 7s 6d per case; Silverlight, 150 test, 7s 3d per case of 2 tins. Baking1 Powder. — Good Luck Brand, finest on the market, 8Jd per lb., or 121bs for 8s. Rooster Brand, lOd per lb., o...

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