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Imlay Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 2 July 1910

liEtsy SHro Council. — -? — The Itnlny Shire Council met at Eden on the 23rd June, all members of the Council being present. The Works Department advised that application for special grant for devia tion at Rixon's Hill could not be entertained until the road was estab J^gbed. It was decided to take steps to have this done immediately. It was agreed to fall in with the Nattai Shire Council in endeavouring to prevent motor raciag on Shire roads. ' ? ' '.''?' ' The usual slaughtering licenses were directed to be issued provided that inspectors at the various places reported that the premises were up to the stan dard and improvements as required carried out. Y^Four chains of light cutttug at Bondi were directed to be carried out by the Engineer, also steps taken to improve a dangerous excavation near Eden wharf. The Engineer reported that the crossing at Merimbula Creek had been made safe, and repairs, etc., effected to roads, etc.. at Tathra. Repairs to rope . at Bega River Ferxy carr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

| Mk Seaside s Will be found - I 1 'A Drink lobe j S §raleful Ibr' f ? ji HEALTHFUL, 1 - j in-vigorahng.'! 'r*. ?-*

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"A Lovely Spot." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

Spsi.' The Minister foi Home Affairs, Mc. Kiug O'Malley, has been inspecting tks proposed Federal Capital Site. On LLe return he expressed himself thus: — ' Yass-Cauberra is a lovely spot. Uih less Parliament makes a change I anc going right on. Arrangements wii- shortly be made for world-wide cotc-^ petition for dasigns for Ihe model city_ I object to erect temporary buildiugs^ so as to shift Parliament there a.t quickly as possible. They wanted know iu Sydney how long it would before Parliament met on that site, befe I said that every brick aud stone sre place there will be part of a permanen£ building. There should be no haste fit get there. Some people lalk about t&t sentiment of the thing, but 'I say there is 110 sentiment in business. And what is your hurry to get. away from Mel bourne for the next 12 or 15 years? If we go on building the capital, thatk all you want. The people lmv in Mui bourne are treating us we;|_ W|)en we get the buildings at the capital finiskts-£...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

Sparks iron lie Anvil. v I can, and I will. — Motto. * * ?* All things are possible to him that be lieveth. — Jesus of Nazareth. * * * Never mind where you work; let your care be for the work itself. — Spurgeon. * » * Flowers are the stars that shine iu earth's firmament. Wondrous truths aud manifold as won drous God hath written in those stars above; But not less in the bright flowerettes under us Stands the revelation of his love. * * « You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of t he people all the time, but no man can fool all the people all the time. — Abe Lincoln. * * * People are never such fools in any thing as they are in religion, and they sometimes treat the Almighty as t.ho' he was a bigger fool than they. The just shall live by faith, but if faith is beyond reason if is not opposed to it, aud there would be more saints aud more full churches if men were sudden ly to begin putting as much common sense into their religion as into their business. —W.J. * * # ...

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The illimitable Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

The illimitable Mystery. BY A BANKER. To the amateur in possession of a fairly good telescope perhaps one of the most interesting recreations is to watch the oft-recurring jeclipses of Jupiter's sat ellites. But when we see the sudden disappearance of the bright little globe behind its primary, we are looking at an event which took place a quarter of an hour before; and the moon, which we had been watching approaching nearer and nearer to the great planet, in reality was actually behind aud hid den by the planet. We saw therefore that which was l-eally invisible. Or when we were watching that terrific conflagration in tho heavens, which recently took place, the birth of a new star — or in other words' the ap palling blaze which resulted from the collision of two great 3tais in remote space- — we were witnessing an event which probably took place long before man was created upon this earth. For, though tbe conflagration was as bril liant as blood red Aldebaran, or even as mighty Arct...

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Science and Religion. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

Science «il Religion. _! ? 4 ? ' Amicus ' writing in the Parkes Ex aminer on the Cabe Science Lectures says: — In Sydney recently, a gentleman has been lecturing, telling us, among many things, that there is no evidence of im mortality. JUet us grant, for argument sake, that there is absolutely nothing to support the hypothesis of immortality, what benefit can accrue from being at infinite pains to prove it. ? The hope of immortality is at once an inspiration and a curb. It nerves to noble effort and ^strains from evil. It blesses millions, and can not possibly have any evil influence. There are, however, many evidences of immortality, and these are powerfully supported by in tuition. Convince a nation of its mor tality, and the inevitable outcome is an increase in licentiousness. The very i excess to which men go in such a case is to cause pleasure to pall ; as over in dulgence iu rich food causes the person who does so to turn, with disgust, away from it. While this lecturer minim...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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London's Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

London's Umpioyed. Here in our great Australian cities we have our batch of unempjoyed — some of whom are such because they have no wish to be anything else ; others be cause a life of vice has so wrecked them physically, mentally aud morally that they are unfitted for a remunerative occupation; and many are there solely through adverse circumstances and miserable conditions — a sad spectacle iu either case. But our unemployed are iusignficant when compared with the ancient, hereditary, aud hopeless paup ers of London. Here is a picture from the pen of James Douglas, in his ' A'd ventures in Loudon — 'Four deep are these miserables. Their rusty ranks creep like a centipede of sorrow through the wind swept mud. They carry rude ;yhite banners, like brandished shrouds, bearing black legends. 'Bread for our children!' ' Work for our men !' The column of women and children is selvedged on each side with workmen. They stare at the packed faces. They say noth ing. They dumbly gaze. The wom...

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Beautiful Hands! [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

Beautiful Hons ! ? ♦ ? ? Beautiful hands are not always white, Shapely and fair to see; But are often cast iu a humble mould, And are brown as brown can be. Useful hand*, that are ready to take Life's duties one by one; Hands that are willing to reap and glean, Till the reaper's work is done. Lifting the burden we find so hard To bear through life's long day; Brushing the dead leaves sorrow drops From out the tangled way. Gentle hands, between whose palms The weary face may lie; Beautiful hands that softly tell For sorrow the 'reason why.' Hands whose touch l'emains for years, Dear hands, though folded low; Whose magic thrill within our souls Whispers, 'We love you so.' Waim human hands that once we held So close within our own, Though clasped, so cold, their silent clay Still speaks in love's low tone. Telling the tired heart the song It sang in years gone by; Beautiful bauds are found Where the heaviest duties lie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. * * * DO NOT BE BEHIND THE TIMES but move with them. Salts, Castor Oil and harsh purgatives are out of date, and have been the cause of many a case of constipa tion. Chamberlain's Tablets are the medi cine that you want to take. The cure con stipation, indigestion, biliousness, and cure them permanently. Eemevnber the name — Chamberlain's Tablets and be sure you get them for there is nothing 'just as good.' Sold by all dealers in medicine.* # # * Sydney ' Sunday Times ' forecasts that a few years hence wheat and frozen meat will be shipped diiect to the world's markets on ocean going vessels at Twofold Bay, and butter, wheat and meat on similar vessels from Coff's Harbor, on the North Coast. * # * If with cold your throat is bitten, If with hackiug cough you're smitten, In plain English it is written, ' You must get it off your chest.' Do not let the trouble stick, Cure it now and cure it quick ; To make quite sure y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

i''1' I30G al 1 o n. ' Alfa-Laval Cream Separator Milking HmMm. Vertical Cross Tube Boiler. 'MARSH' Steam Pumps for ail purposes. 'DELPHIN' Water Filters. 5R0W' Feed-Water Heaters, 'KINGDQN' Steam Launch Machinery. IRRIGATING PLANTS A SPECIALITY. STANDARD OIL ENGINES I MARINE. STATIONARY. HOISTING. S GSJNBALL OIL ENGINES j STATIONARY and PORTABLE. ft 2-WHEEL ENGLISH PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES. I mj)m of 8EFMGEHATING MACHINES. | tVitiilL&C and GREAWI CANS] and all kinds of VATS | oi Heavy Material and Superior Finish. | Importers af High-Class Machinery Oils, j Enginks, Boilers, Pomps, Churns, Butter-Workers, Pasteurizbrs, | Milk and Cream Coolers, Bahcock Milk Testers. | ' a I WAUG H ® uDSEPHSOi, refrigerating engineers. I I 342, 344 & 346 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY. f ISRAEL'S Groceries come easily First for QUALITY and CHEAPNESS. ir hiu i itct ra am. A TRIAL ORDER WILL SUFFICE. FlOUP. — Gillespie's Anchor . Brand or Brunton's Best Roller, la 501b bags, 30s 6cl per 100 lbs ;...

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The Aitgel's Promise. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

The Aigers Promise. The sculptor wrought on the marble white, From early morn till the shades of night Fell over the landscape far and wide. Then he looked at his work aud sadly sighed, c-o poor ana incomplete it seeinea Beside the model of which he dreamed, But all his hopes were centre! there — His days of toil, his nights of care. And now he thought with a throb of pain, That all his labdurs had been in vain ; For none would see in the work achieved The grand ideal his soul conceived. A prayer burst forth from his sorrow ing breast : ' O God,'' he cried, ' I have done my best!' That uight an angel, in mercy sent, Over that marble figure bent. ; And as he worked the statue grew More beautiful aud fair to view ; For every stroke to form and face - Added some new aud subtle grace. The sculptor came in the early morn, With heavy heart and look forlorn ; But his eyes were dazzled, his brain distraught By the wonderful change the night had wrought. With rapturous joy his bosom swelled ...

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First Impression of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

First Inpressioiof Pir liaieii. Durino the debate on the no-confidence motion, in tbe Assembly last week, Mr. Kearsley, tbe new member for North umberland, confessed that his concep tion of politics had been sadly losvered since be had come into tbe House. Since' the beginniug of tbe debate tbe outstanding characteristics of the dis cussion bad been bitter wrangling and bad feeling. He had scarcely heard a a single attempt to elucidate aud demon strate any great principle that would work for the common good. On com paring the prseessional speeches of the leader of the Oppositien and the Pre mier, he saw much that was common to both. A Government member : Then why don't you assist to pass the Govern ment's programme. Mr. Kearsly said that while they might agree as to the principles, they differed widely as to methods. In making au appeal for the release, of the strike prisoners, Mr. Kearsley said he felt that be stood in the House as a counterblast of that great tragedy which resulte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, 'Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, is 6d. The new King will be crowned with bt. Jiid ward's Grown. It was made for the coronation of Charles II. to replace, the one broken up and sold during the Cival Wars. The Imperial State Crown, which is carried, on the opening of Parliament, by a Sovereign in person, and must not be confounded with Saint Edward's Crown, weighs 39.2od wt.s, and contains in the centre of a diamond Maltese cross the famous ruby said to have been given to Edward Prince of Wales, son of Edward III., by Don. Pedro, King of Castile — a ruby which was worn in the helmet of Henry V. at j the Battle of Aginconrt. It consists of diamonds, pearls, rubies, sapphires, and emeralds set in silver and guld, with a crimson velvet cap with ermine border and lined with white silk. CHILBLAINS. There is no preparation manufactured that will soothe and heal chilblains as Chamber lains Pain Balm will do. When this lini ment is applied it soon allays ...

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Poetry. JUST! [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

[?] JliSt! Just to be tender, just to be true; Just to_ be glad the whole day through! Just to be merciful, just to be mild; Just to be trustful as a child; Just to be gentle and kind and sweet; Just to be helpful with willing feet; Jnst to be cheery when things go wrong; Just to drive sadness away with song, Whether the hour is dark or bright, Just to be loyal to God and right, Just to believe that God knows best; Justiii his promise ever to rest; Just to let love be our daily key — This is God's will for you and for me.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

Mother a pkd Daughter. Who were always ailing praise Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills for their speedy and permanent recovery. Mrs. Parker, of 243 Palmer-street, Dar linghurst, Sydney, who for some years resided at Orange and Forbes, states that for years her daughter and herself were always ailing, martyrs to Indiges tion and all its attendant evils, untilpcr suaded to take a course of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, which brought speedy and permanent relief. ' My daughter suffer ???-«!?% eu severely trom Jtsili ousness and Consti pation,' she states, 'and used to be 3 martyr to Dyspepsia until commencing to take Dr. Morse's In dian Root Pills, from which she obtained so much relief that for some time past she has wished me to send you a testi ^ monial giving you particulars of my own Mrs. Parker. experience as well. From a photo). B£on, taking Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills my daughter and myself were always ailing. I used to suffer badly with my head and indiges tion, but Dr. Morse's I...

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What Makes a Skilled Workman, [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

wm Makes o Skillet worhnuM. Some men follow a trade for years without becoming proficient in it, while others acquire the aptitude of experts in two or three years after passing their apprenticeship. It is evident that the qualifications of a skilled workman do not necessarily cooie from a long term of office practice. The skilled workman, it will be observed, exercises his brains as well as h:s hands. The man who ac quires a skill superior to that of his fellow workman, and commands better wages, is tbe man who thinks. While the take it-easy mechanic, whose leading ambi tion is to put in a certain number of hours each day, and get away from the office, is bothering the foreman for in formations iu overcoming some diffi culty, his thinking fellow worker con trives a plan of his own, and accom plishes the desired object. The demand is for more mechanics who think, not only iu the office, bat out of it — those who probe outside sources of informa tion, in order to advance themselves i...

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SILVER JUBILEE. 25 YEARS' WORK FOR GOD. Presentation to Rev. Father Gunning. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

SILVER JUBILEE. 25 YEARS' WORK FOR COD. Presentation to Rev. Father Gunning. Ox Sunday last., after tbe eleven o'clock Mass at St. Joseph's Church, a most nniqne function took place, when, on behalf of the parishioners of Candelo, Mr. W. J. Collins presented Rev. Father Gunning with a purse contain ing 20 sovereigns. Mr. Collins said the pleasing duty Lad been placed upon him of making the presentation in honour of, and to celebrate his Reverence's Silver Jubilee. Since the parish'bad been confided to the care of Father Gunning, he had 1 been |most zealous in discharging his | duties, not sparing himself in anyway ; and whilst they had such priests to diiect them spiritually, there need not be any fear of the Catholic Church in Australia. He assured the rev. gentle man that ' the Candelo people appre ciated his energy, and efforts in their regard.' When handing him the purse of sovereigns he said ' We hope God will sustain you for many years to come ; and when you are called upon to...

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Relief for "that old-age Cough." THE SPLENDID ADVANTAGES OF PEPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

Relief for 'that 01d=age Cough.' THE SPLENDID ADVANTAGES OF PEPS. Most elderly people are troubled with chronic chest coughs, which have grown steadily worse year after year as tbe result of constant bronchial colds and coughs wrongly treated iu the bad old way — ^by dosing the nerves through the stomach with drug-laden mixtures and lozenges. It is a striking rribnlo to the true medicinal value nf the Peps treatmo;,: that even iu the most obsHnatu oases v Peps have banished old folk's congh.«. Even where the bronchial tubes have be come brittle and have lost their elas ticity through many decades of chronic inflammation, Peps have conquered the incessant irritation, cured the cough, and brought back restful nights and peaceful days. The beneficent Peps' fumes encourage easy and natural ex pectoration, stimulate the bronchial glands, and make breathing delightfully ea?y. One or two tablets when rising in the morning will clear tbe bronchial tubes of the accumulated impurities of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

In Graver Mood. Being a collection of articles Moral and Religious, Philosophical, and Scientific. Church Services. CJa/tholio. jy^ASS will be celebrated as under — JUNE. . ? 10th — Bemboka 11. J.J. GUNNING, P.P. (Jhurch of Kiij;!1111'1 ICAMERUKA PARISH. . DIVINE SERVICE will be held as u' der — JULY. 3— Candelo 8 a.m. (H.C.) Kameruka 11, (H.C)., Wolumla 3, Candelo 7.30 p.m 10— Bemboka 11 (H.C.), Tantawanglo 3. Candelo 7.30. ] 7 — Candelo 11. Wolumla3, Kameruka 7-30 2-1 — 1'antawanglo H (H.C.), Bemboka 3, Candelo 7.30. 31 ? Niagara 11, Kameruka 3, Candelo 7.30. 20— (Wednesday) Niagara 7,30. N. W. GARDNER. _A.ustvHlasia.il jVXetlioclxst Ohuryh DIVINE SERVICES will be conducted as under — JULY. 3 — Tantawanglo 11, Bemboka 2.30, Can delo 7.30. 10 — Pambula 11, South Wolumla 3.30, Candelo 7.30. [17— Bun-agate 11.30, Wyndham 3, Candelo 7.30. Ret. F. H. Walkden-Brown. 3?res'byteria,n. Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Bev. Sutherland Brown.

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Who is the Liar? [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

[?] The heated query ' Who is the liar?* has arisen i 1 thj Batburst papers through Mr. F. J. Tonkin stating had paid Mr. Stewart Robinson, M.L.A_, 2s as a deposit ou amual subscriptiac. to the proposed L-ihour daily news papor, aud which had not been re funded to him. Mr. Robertson deuief. that Mr. Tonkin had given him sack ^ deposit, and Mr. Tonkin was beseige£ with a demand for the receipt, in tke absence of which his word was being freely discredited. Now, however, tke receipt has beeu discovered, and besides exhibiting it in a store window JCr_ Tonkin has had a fac simile of it patj lished iu the Times. He states t!u£ several other pe iple paid similar da posits, but got no refund ; and he wiudc up by remarking ' With this concensus of evidence I think [ am perfectlj justified in aski ig Mr. Roberts®^.-. ' Who is the liar

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