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By MARY WAKELING—Public School, Kameruka. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

By MARY WAKELINGPulb lie School, Kameru&a. Therk are two kind3 of courage, phys ical and moral, on which I am writing my essay. ? Moral courage is the cour age that enables a man, child or woman to act up to their principles, and in my idea, tnar. courage is rue naraest to put into practice. If a man or boy makes a promise, as men often do, that he will never take strong drink, he will find when he comes into the town or city, that he will have a great battle to fight, for as it is the custom of most men to ask one another to 'Come and have a drink,' aud if he refuses to do so, 'he would most likely be called a coward, and be greatly ridiculed, but if he stood all the ridiculing and clung to his principles, he would be morally courageous. We have a great example shown us both iu the moral and phys ical courage in the folio wiug story. There was once u boy who promised his mother he would never fight, but one day when he and two of his school mates were playing, they asked hi...

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By JIM COLLINS, Convent School, Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

By JIM COL.L.IN3, Convent School, Candelo. A. soldier on a battle-field displays a great amount of bravery in the cause of his country. He will face every kind of dangei-, and will never waver when dut} calls. This shows physical courage. rsut then, we need not be soldiers, nor need we go to the battle-field to display our valonr. In our every-day life we meet with many occasions for showing of what staff we are made. Physical as well as moral courage is necessary to get on iu the world. Those engaged in hard work need physical strength, and courage to bear up. Again, ternp tatioDS beset our paths, and at every turn we need moral courage and forti tude to determine the course we are to take. A weak-bodied person may some times show more moral spirit than one physically strong. So you see that physical an moral bravery do not al ways go hand in hand. A strong will and firmness of character will help moral courage very much. The man who will stand op for the right, stick to tho truth,...

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

NEEDED EVERY DAY. A good liniment, and one that can always be relied upon, i3 nowhere more appreciated than in the country. Scarcely a week pa^sea hut some member of the family has need of it. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is more widely known than any liniments for cuts, burns and sprains, and it riot only gives relief but heals the wound in about one third the time required by any other treatment-; The great power Chamberhn's Pain Balm has over pain i3 shown in the relief it affords in cases of acute and inflammatory rheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is aho An antisep tic. Sold by all dealers in medicine.* Seed Potatoes Produce and Seed Merchant, Carp Street, Bega, Can Supply Choice ' Bkownell ' and ' Eaelt Kosb ' Seed Potatoes (true to name) in any quantity. Price3 on Application. Also note that he i3 is still good on Agri cultural and Garden Seeds, and can supply Artificial Manures at Sydney, .Prices, plus freight and carriage only. Write To-day or ' RIn# Up Telephone 'No. 6^ '

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

. AUCTIONEERS, W. I. BROWN, R. SHARPE AND 0. II. BLACKER HAVE STARTED BUSINESS AS Auctioneers, commission * Agents s volnstors. SALES CONDUCTED in any part of the ^-^ district. Liberal Advances Made. — THE — In connection with the Candelo Methodist Church, ? WILT, BE HKIjD IX THE — LOCAL SCHOOL OF ARTS, . ? . ON . ? . Wefloesflip § TSiirsiii, September 21 & 22 (Afternoon and Night.) ADMISSION— One Shilling. FOR JqTd Priatiag, Try the 'RECORD Office/ OLA C K S Ml li KING NOTICE 'Wheelwright and General Blacksmith, NEAR TRAFFIC BRIDGE, CANDELO . Wheehvrighting and Blacksniithing in their various branches carried on on the premises. Repairs neatly and promplfcy ex ecuted. HORSESHOEING a Speciality rPHE ILtiAWARR' A -O'JTir roAST L STEA^J NAVr--' VIT-JN .-'!-'- .ui'A NY. LIMITED. Bars, We;ifher and other circumstance* permitting STEAMERS will LEAVE SYDNEY for B13RMAGUI, TATHRA, MERIMBULA and EDEN on Mondays at 4 p.m. and Thurs days at 7 p.m. Leaving the above Ports for SYDNEY as...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

Spirits mm me Anvil. — « — Every deliberate sin of your life is a stab at your conscience. * # # Religion is like the measles, if it goes in on you it will kill you. * * # Hell is nothing bnt selfishness on fire. * ? ? * * A man's talk is like a cannon ball — it all depends ou the powder that is behind it. * # * The poorest kind of a soldier is the fellow that never fired a gun or went to the front but is still drawing his rations. * # * Love is not only the divinest and the sublimest but the most omnipotent power in the world. # # * Resolved — That if you want to cultivate a sweet and kind disposition, commence to morrow morning at breakfast when the coffee is awful and nothing is fit to eat, the car won't stop for you, and you have picked out a handkerchief full of holes. What's the use of getting mad ? You're not the only thing on earth. Everybody has had it worse than you have. Laugh about it and make people love you. 'i- — Buster Brown. # # # Bury your conscientiousness in the ...

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Dumb Woman's Speech Restored. THE POWER OF FAITH. REMARKABLE CASE IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

Dlllb Woman's Speed! ? ^ ? THE POWER OF FAITH. REMARKABLE CASE IN VICTORIA. A remarkable case of sudden restora tion of the long-lost faculty of speech is reported at Brunswick, Victoria. About 18 mouths ago Mrs. Septimus Charles Everard, wife of a well-known merchant, carrying on business in Bourke-street, lost her voice through nervous breakdown when a relative disappeared. For several mouths Mrs. Everai'd, who is a member of the Christ Church (Anglican congregation), Brunswick, has been undergoing a course of faith-healing, devoting with her sister and Rev. J. B. Sharp, much time in the past two months to prayer for the restoration of her lost powers of speech. On Sunday, August 21, the congrega tion of Christ Church offered up a joint prayer for the afflicted lady. On the following Sunday Mrs. Everard at tended morning service with her sister. The Psalms were being sung, and Mrs. Evei'ard's sister was astounded to hear the dumb woman singing. Subsequ ently one of the wardens wen...

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

»♦»»♦»»♦♦»»♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦» Articles Moral and Religious, Philosophical, and Didactical. Church Services. Candelo District. -Ja.tholie. ftTASS will be celebrated as under — iiL SEPTEMBER. 11 £h— Oandelo 11. 18S-1— Bemboka 11. J. J.GTJNNINa, P.P. {Jhiarch. of England KAMERTJKA PARISH. ?'~ T^IVIXE SERVICE will be beld as un SEPTEMBER. 11 — Bemboka 11, Tantawanglo 3, Candelo 7.30. 15— (Thursday) Niagara, 7.30. 25 — Tantawanglo 11 Bernboka 3, Candelo 7.30. IS — Church Society Sunday, Kameruka 11, 'Wolumla 3, Candelo 7.30. (Ven Archdeacon Owens-Mell.) N. W. G-AS.DNER. Australasian IVtetftodist Church. TvfvikE SERVICES will be conducted as XJ under — SEPTEMBER— 11— Pambula 11, Wolumla (town) 3.30, Candelo 7.30. 18— Burragate 11.30, 'Wyndham 3, Candelo 7.30. 25— Candelo 11, Pambula 3, Eden 7.30. MEMORIAL SERVICE for Mr. Jas.McPaul k on Sunday night, 18th September ia the i» local Methodist Church. Rev. P. H. Walkden-Beown. Iresbyterian. Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30...

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The Land of Living Fossils. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

Hie laiti if living fossils. (BY QUDEIS.) Quite recently an illustrated article appeared in the Sydney Maic dealing with a weird and interesting creature — the ceratodus, lung fish, or barramundi of the Queensland rivers. This tish is remarkable in that it possesses a lung — a modified air bladder which may serve for purposes of respiration. It is not uncommon for fish in our rivers to be destroyed during sudden floods, by the thick and muddy condition of the water. This can never happen to the barra mundi. If hd finds the water too thick for his gills, he simply pops his head above water and breathes the air. Many years ago, the fossil remains of a hitherto unknown fish were discovered in a series of very ancient rocks. They were submitted to an eminent naturalist of the time, who gave them the Greek name ceratodus (horn- tooth) from a peculiarity in the structure of the teeth. Later on ceratodi were found in secondary formations, showing that these fishes had persisted through a v...

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COURAGE, PHYSICAL AND MORAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

I 'IP IIP ii n~ir i l i II I ii II ' TT'TT [T'll' - ? i I ip m in ?in ? mii him mi^ By GERTIE JOHNSON, Con vent School, Candelo. ? ♦ ? The courage to be just or houest, to resist temptation, or to do one's duty is called Moral Courage, and bravery displayed on the battlefield, or by any person down to a street urchin is known as Physical Courage. Moral Valour is really more heroic than the other, for it seldom meets with auythmg better than sneers ; but if the finger of ridicule be pointed at the most courageous man of the battlefield it often brings him down to the level of a coward regarding spiritual things. Then, too, Physical Courage i3 rewarded with honours that are some times soaked in blood ; but a courage ous moral action is often let pass without even a word of recommendation. The martyrs of long ago afford splendid illustrations of Moral Courage. Women of tendei1, gentle natures, have been known to face most terrible deaths without a sigh, rather than turn from Christiani...

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Children's Corner. ESSAY COMPETITION. CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 September 1910

[?] y'-^ Q\r Ovr 1 -,:r^- --rt^ C^D C^fr ^ .» ; ,^-p /t^y /?^$ (£:-?: /*=£*» 42^ fr^ (P\S{ -- *\ -BB & rm S -& & v& -s '& ik -* ik @ M &b * CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. * 1. Open to all children of both sexes, 15 years and under, resid ing within the Federal Electorate. 2. Each Competitor must write upon at least ten of the chosen Subjects to be eligible for a Prize. -tf-sWIw 3. Essays, not to exceed 500 words, must reach us on Tuesday of each week to ensure Publication. m 4. Each Manuscript will be numbered, and minus the writer's ™ name, passed on to the Examiners. 5. The Three Best -will 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. Ik LIST OF ELECTED SUBJECTS. ^g DATE. SUBJECT. WRITERS' NAMES. Aug. 20 .Prominent Australians (Past and ...

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Dot and Her Pets. By CORAL BUTLER, Public School, Kameruka. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

Dot and ? Her Pets. By CORAL BUTLER, Public School, Kamepuka. Once there lived in a neat cottage two little children with their fath'er and mother. One was a boy whose name was Harry, the other was a girl her name was Dot. One day Dot went by h-rself to the bush, where her father was working, she found him. As aha came up to him she saw something white in his arms. ' Father she said what have you got.' ' Come and look,'- he said. She went up and saw in his arms two dear little bunnies all black and white. ' You may have them Dot. Bat you will give one to your brother won't you.' 'Yes, of course I will father ' said Dot. They went home and Dot showed them to her brother, and gave him the prettier of the two. Their father made them a little cage, and got them some clover and milk. One day Harry's bnnny got very sick. He tried all he could to make it better, but one morning he found it in the. cage dead. Dot was very sorry and said they would have her's between them. Hairy fed Dot's bu...

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Children's Corner. ESSAY COMPETITION. CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

[?] (?Jj$5) $5) ^3 t*2) ^** f£r-^n- \Jl *£$ hA Qy & $^^)'&b v 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 will 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. &L.IST OF ELECTED SUBJECTS.^ DATE. StJB.TECT. WRITERS' NAMES. AugT. 20 Prominent Australians (Past and Pre- G. Blomfield, W. White. Fred. Day. sent.) ' ' G. Johnson, J. Collins, G. Blcmfiold, 27 'School Friendship.' ? G. J...

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sparks from me Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

spams frai ne Aivii. . — « — ~ Sweep the snow from your own door, spy not the frost on another's tiles. r — Chinese Proverb. # * * The greatest fault, I should say, is to be conscious of none but other people's. — Carlyle. * # * My. liberty ends wnen it oegms io involve the possibility of rain to my neighbour. — T. S. Mill. * * * To look ever towards the noblest ideal for ourself, yet to forgive the fail ure to live up to it in every other — this is indispensible to right living. — Edward Griggs. ♦ * * A brave man hazards his life but not. his conscience. —Schiller. * * . # One cannot always be a hero but one can al ways be a man. — Goethe. * * # He is most powerful who has himself in his power. — Seneca. * # * Self mastery is the essence of hero ism. — Emerson. * * * Keep the heart with all diligence for out of it are the issues of thy life. — Proverb. # # #' Look to the choice you make — it runs into habit, character, destiny. — Babcock. * # * We have no liberty to choose whether ...

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THE OLD BOOK. Address by Rev. Walkum (Presbyterian), delivered at Candelo on Sunday afternoon last. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

TME ©IP BOOK. ? v ? Address by Rev. Walkura (Pres byterian), delivered at Candelo on Sunday afternoon last. Text: All scripture is given by inspir ation from God and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for cor rection, for instruction in righteous ness. Notwithstanding the solemn -tfords of ?warning contained in the concluding chapter of this book of God, that ' if any man shall add unto these things God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book : and if any man shall take away from the words of the book of the prophecy God shall take away his part ont of the book of life, and out of the holy city and from the things which are written in this book,' there never was a time since the completion of the scriptures ?when the Bible had so many foes as at the present time. At the same time, however, it has never had so many friends as now; but some of its pro fessed friends are burning traitors and are secretly assisting its open foes. As the slaves of Rome once aro...

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Bombala District. METHODIST SERVICES! SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

Bombala District. METHODIST SERVICES! SEPTEMBER. 11— Delegate 11, Mila 3, Bombala 7.30. 18 — Bombala 11, Bukalong 3, Burrumbooka 3, Bombala 7.30. 25— Mt. Top 3, Saucy Creek 3, Bombala 7.30.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

Indigestion Caused Agony. BILK BEANS COMPLETELY CURE AFTER MANY MEDICINES FAIL. Mrs. N. Murphy of 91 Keer Street, , L itzroy, Me'bourne, says : --'Several at tacks of indigestion caused me much pain and Mckness. I suffered con siderably during these periods, and afc times the pains were so acute that I, ached all over aud I thought I wonld' have died. Death would have been welcome to relievo me of all my misery. Trying to get .-elief I tried many rem edies but. nothing gave me ease until I commenced taking Bile Beans. Soon after commencing a course of Bile Beans the pain began to diminish and I found myself getting better with each £»££«» taken. My health improved nnti!«*iP*** the p;iins and sickness left me and ' my enre was complete. Two years have passed since Biie Beans cured me and I have not had any return of my com plaint. Bile Beans are a spl/li^j remedy for stomach complaints.' ~*^' Bile Beans are a reliable honseboJ.-J^J medicine and can be taken by old ffer^l foung of bot...

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The Great Spending Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

I Tile Great Spufliiif Mr, Balfour the other day expressed himself ' shocked and horrified ' by the extravagaut magnitude of the Civil List in earlier reigns. It is not a very old institution ; the original procedure was for the King to call on Parliament for money — whioh might be for the public use or might be for his own; his Majesty was free to spend it as he liked. But Parliament took advantage of the revolution that over threw King James to extend its own powers. It stipulated that money for public needs should remain under Parliamentary control, and should be' applied to specific pnrposes, while the sum for the support of the Crown was to be allotted separately. This was the origin of' the Civil List. Money was scarce then, yet Wil liam's allowance was £700,000 per annum. As the special instance of past reck lessness at public expense Mr. Balfour naturally selected George the Fourth whom once Macaulay defined as ' a bad son, a bad husband, a bad father, a bad subject, a bad m...

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Presbyterian. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

Presby teria.n . Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m Candelo every second Sunday in each month at 3 p.m. ? Rev. Wir. Watts.

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About Authors. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

? & ? With a long-drawn sigh the novel reader reluctantly turns with his last page, and, gazing dreamily off into space, wonders what manner of man '' conceived a tale so entrancing, or a plot so intricate. It would be rude, pfirk^ps to shatter his dream by sugges^^^a nervous individual in his shirt-sleeves, puffing a time-nicked pipe. Such, however, is the blunt fact as dit^^s guished from rose-tinted fancy, jlgf? novelist writes romances — but he doesn't live them. For instance, Owe;i Wister, author of ' The Virginian, -a* and other fine books, is a PhiladelpWlr lawyer; while Charles Major, another American writer of note, and author of ' When Knighthood was in Flower, ' the dramatised version of which was during, the past few weeks presented to Sydney audiences by Nellie Stewart, spends more time on his briefs than he does on his novels. Brand Whitlock is a noted criminal lawyer of Ohio, and Booth Tarkington has served in the Indiana Legislature. # * * Winston Churchill, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

A Paper for the People. C^ ? s ? ^ ? ; - . am! ^farfoy, .0 ^^-.^V^vwvw^^^ ? _ ? _ Printed at Candelo. Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. Stands for no Party, 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 good of the people. Caters for all tastes and temperaments and times, and has 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. The Subsenptios, to tMs Journal is £1 per annum, ^l^jjipa* We give Great DISCOUNT for all fi^P™? ? ADVANCE PAYMENTS....

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