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Inter-District. BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

[?] From Oup Correspondents. BEMBOKA. At the last annual meeting of members of the School of Arts, held some time since, Mr. G. E. Ward announced his intention of retiring from the office of President of the Institution which position he has held, with but one short break, for a period of 22 years. He stated that he was no longer a young man, and as meetings were held at night, he found he could not give his attention to the interests of the Institu tion as he, as presideut, wished to do. The present members of committee, lea by some of the oldest of the retiring president's fellow workers, recognise the immense value of Mr. Ward's ser vices, both past and present, aud at the ordinary monthly meeting held this week, they presented him with a hand some illuminated address, and a smok er's companion consisting of two silver mounted pipes iu case, and silver mounted tobacco pouch. Mr. W. C. AJl-.ui, President of the Institution, made the presentation, and spoke in ' rery decided terms ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

The Hon. W. H. Wood had a good meeting at Tantawanglo on Thnrsday. # * * At a meeting of shareholders of Hill Clark aud Co. Ltd. held on Saturday August 27th Messrs. Arthur B. Henson and Cecil H. Doyle were elected ad ditional directors of. the Company. These gentlemen have been actively associated with the business of the above Company for over 20 years during the whole of which time Mr. Heuson has had charge of the City Yards Department, while he has also all the time kept closely in touch with the Homebush business, the control of which some time ago he assnraed. Mr. Doyle has devoted the whole of his attention to the inside working of the Pat Stock. Department and, as both have been brought up under the able tuition of Mr. W. E. ' (Dick) ' Rich ards the interests of the constituents should be in very safe hands for the board also includes the Hon. W. C. Hill M.L.C.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Case for Liberalism. HON. W. H. WOOD AT CNADELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

? I , ? ! qj- HJtfl U.I I III I II tWTWI-JIH''l*''i'w' The Hon. W. H. Wood addressed the electors iu the School of Arts on Mon day night. The meeting was a monster, being perhaps the largest gathering yet assembled in the bnilding for political purposes. The hall was crammed, and contained a good proportion of ladies. Speaking generally the meeting was a mode! ; the audience marked a political and national interest of which Candelo has reason to boast ; the address, though lasting for over three hours was rele vant to the true issues of the contest and ( shorn o? all abuse aud personalities^ while being forceful and pungent; there was no sign of intolerance on the ; part of either speaker or audience, aud evidently the principle of free speech, at least in Candelo, holds good sway, and rules all. rowdyism out of order ; but neeertheless it was not a dumb show, there being just sufficient inter ruption, more or less relevant, to give the meeting a good tone, and the speaker a chance ...

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

[?] o ? The premier of New Zealand has in troduced a bill providing for the ex tinction of boook makers. # * # 'To believe is a vertue, to investigate a crime'- -that, said Mr. W. J. Ferguson at Eumore recently, is what Mr. M. Goweu tells his followers. # # # Dean Swift has the record for the shortest sermon. It was preached in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin : ''He that giveth to the poor lendeth to the Lord.' My dear brethren, if you like the security, down with the dust.' * # # There are 7,569 names on the main electoral roll for Bega electorate, and a totalof 816,164 for the State. At last State election 5,439 votes were re corded, 3,022 for Mr Wood and 2,41 7 for Mr Holt. * * * Eugene Nesplanlardier, 60. French man, under remand in Darliughu''st gaol on a charge of stealing, was found - hanging by the neck from one of the iron bars in his cell window, dead, on Monday. * # # Sydney Brooks, in a character sketch of King George, says his com panions have usually been Tories, but t...

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Jack's First Sea Trip. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

Jack's First Sea Trip. By GLADYS JAMES. Convent School, Candelo, Jack was tne son of a Captain of one of the boats which sailed to and fro from Sydney to England. When Jack was eighteen, he became a sailor on the same line of boats as his father, and his first trip was from Sydney to New Guinea which he enjoyed very much. When he was a child he always said 'he was going to be :\ sailer, when .hp | was old enough, ' so his wprk was a pleasure to -him. Mauy people said ' he was a chip off the old block.' After he said farewell to his parents, brother, and sister, he commenced his journey. He called at a few small towns and then he came to Biisbane where he saw sights similar to that of Sydney, and collected a few odds and end* to take home. After be left Brisbane he called at Thursday Island where he collected more curios. While travelling from Thursday-Island to Moresby a storm overtook them, but no damage was done to the boat or the men on board. On reaching Moresby, Jack landed, an...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

TELEGRAMS. ? « ? Sydney, Friday. Markets.— Eggs 9d to 9|d; butter 100s to 109s ; cheese to 8d ; hens 3s to 5s ; roosters 3s to 6s. The Senate is still debating the vote of £45,000 for expenditure on the Federal Capital Site. The|Government expect a majority of 1. Sir William Lyne, speaking at Albury, favored a referendum on the Capital site question rather than select rne site on a majority of one or two votes. ' It might be decided,' he added, ?' not to have the capital in the country at all.' The Local Government Conference has resolved that Shire Councils be em powered to acquire and construct and work light railways and tramways. Greater elasticity will also be asked in the conditions for borrowing for reproductive works. An old man was found wandering about Che streets at Newtown last night with over £800 iu his possession. The body of James Munn, secretary of the Trades Hall Council, Melbourne, was found floating in the Bay near St. Kilda. Deceased was injured in the the recen...

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The Life Story of a Sparrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

The Life Story of a Sparrow. ? ♦ ? — ? By EDITH ALLEN, Public School, Candelo. I am only a little sparrow and consider ed to be of little value by the humans. They do not like us much, I do not know why, unless it is because we block up the spouting around their houses with our nests : but for all that we think nothing of hopping cibcut on their verandahs picking up the crumbs. . We are very social bird3. When Spring comes yon may see us hopping and flying about in search of straw and featheis with which to build our nests. My mate and I started to build a nest in an old shed, the neighbours flocked to help us. When it was finished, lo, some of those mischievous beings known as boys came with a long stick and knocked it down, but this did not discourage us, for in about a week's time we had auotber built. I spent a very quiet time until the eggs were hatched, then tlie work commenced. I had to spend the day searching for insects for the little ones. One day when we had come home wit...

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

News and* Notes. Those whose names are not on the ' ri^^ow are disfranchised. Saii, 'that an Edeu Co. have secured a cinematograph machine and will photo — 'saDh the next whale chase. lUfF * * * TuE^Nimitybelle show takes place on March* 30 and 31. * ? * li-g^a 'T'he Cathcart-Candelo telephone line ? ^9 ^a completed on Thursday. This Hue directly connects Candelo with Monaro. * * „ * The Caudelo football team have de cided to journey to Bombala on Satur day next, 24th instant, to play tue local team. * # * Mr. and Mrs. J. McPaul, senr., and Mrs. J. McPaul, junr., acknowledge the receipt of 33 wreaths, 24 telegrams, 109 letters, and 129 cards in connection ?with the recent death of Mr. James McPaul, iunr. * * - * Miss O'Connell returns from Sydney this week after having purchased Murphy and Collins' new Spring Millinery and fancy goods.* A public meeting will be held on Thursday afternoon for the purpose of discussing the proposal to form a local branch of the Agricultural Bureau. # ...

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Sorrow That Hides in a Smile. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

Sorrow That life Si a Suite. V ? - ? It is easy enough to be pleasant When life flows by like a song, But the man worth while is the one who will smile When everything goes dead wrung. For the test of the hoarfc is trouble, And it always comes with years ; And the smile that is worth the praise of the earth Is the smile that shines throngh tears. It is easy erough to be prndeut When nothing tempts you to stray, WJien without or within no voice or sin Is luring your soul away. But its only a negative virtue TTntil it is trifirl hv fivp- ? And the life that is worth the song of the earth Is the one that resists the desire. By the cynic, the sad, and the fallen, Who had no strength for the strife, The world's highway is cumbered to day, They make op the sum of life. But the virtue that conquers passion, And the sorrow that hides in a smile, Ifc is thuse that are worth the homage of earth For we find them bnt once iu awhile.

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Poetry. Little Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 September 1910

[?] Little ciiMrei. ? 9 ? 'Of such God's kingdom is,' He said, who took The little children in His arms, and would not let Them go unblessed away. And once He set A child amidst those proud hearts who could not brook A second place ; the Master bade them look Upon the little child' thai wist not yet Of first or second, and their strife forget. The lowliest hearts writ highest in God's book. O, little hands, and trustful, guileless eyes ; O fanltering lips, so ignorant and wise, O, sacred childhood ! When we think how soon The world will jir the music out of tune, Pity the end, who reverently began, Because the child must giow into a man.

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

- Wallpapers. 3 500 T'OT.T.S \V\LLP A PEL'S and BORDERS. Just l;iii';i-l - x 6.s. Jtiuratiu, direct from the Mills. 'Ofitt:iug ;i Splendid Variety in the Latest Designs. From od to Is 3d Roll. ENTIRELY NEW AND UP-TO-DATE STOCK, ad vantageously purchased before the advance in prices. Men's Tan Mineral Bluchers, specially strong ? 7s lid. Men's Finest Quality Kip Bluchers, remarkable value .. 7s 9d. Men's Watertight Mineral Cossaclrs ? 10s 6d. All the Latest Stylish Shapes in Gent's Footwear .. 12/6 to 21s. LADIES SHOES— A very fine selection, including the latest Sailor Tie Shoe, now so extensively worn. Ladies Oxford and Derby Walking Shoes, in great variety, 9s 6d to-15s 6d. All smart styles. A VERY SELECT LOT of NEW PATTERNS. 6feetwide ? 2s lid, 3s 6d, Is and 4s 6d yd. 3 „ „ ? 2s 3d, 2s 6d yd. FULL STOCKS ffllMl GOING STRONG. Seotional Ccnorete Silos, (Reinforced with Steel.) NOW is the time to think of a Silo. Don't leave it too late and lose your crop. BE READY FOR ANY EMERGENCI...

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

INSURE WITH THE lisfmliii iifiiis fire PITT & KING STKEES, SYDNEY. Bisks of ' liip FIRE, PERSON ALn ACCIDENT, PLATE G LASS, &c, covered at LOWEST RATE. G. HOWARD POPE, Manager. %£ W. K. JOHNSON, Agent CANDELO Prize Saddle and Harness Maker, Sharp Street, Candelo, [N thanking his numerous customers for their past liberal patronage, begs to in bimate that he always has on hand A LARGE STOCK OF SADDLERY and HARNESS and all requisites in connection with the trade. Repairs neatly and promptly executed. Place your orders with him and he suaranteos to give you satisfaction. fTIHE ILbAWARRA & SOUTH COAST 1 STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. LIMITED. Bars, Weather and other circumstancefc permitting STEAMERS will LEAVE SYDNEY for BERMAGUI, TATHRA, MERIMBULA and ' EDEN on Mondays at 4 p.m. and Thurs days at 7 p.m. Leaving the above Ports for SYDNEY as follows ? — EDEN, at or about 7 a.m. on WEDNES DAYS and 10 a.m. on SATURDAYS. MERIMBULA, at or about 8 a.m. on WEDNESDAYS and 11...

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Humility. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

? A ? Not from the grand old raausions Do noble thoughts arise, Bnb from the humble flowers And gorgeous tinted skies. See, see the small blue violet, Its lowly place on earth ; . Know that the world's great masters Were, too, of humble birth. Know that the little brooklet, With music in its stream, Has oftimes waked the slumbering mind, Like voices in a dream. Some little ripple caught, perchance, On time's fast-fleeting wing, Has caused the poet's hear.t to throb — The poet's voice to sing. And even the little song bird, With heart so g!ad aud free, Whs clothed by God's own skilful hand In sweet humility. But stay ! a humbler pattern To this grand ^vorld was sent When Marv, the mother of Jesus, O'er the lowly manger bent. From this let's shape our pattern, No matter where we be; Let hearts and minds alike be clothed In sweet humility.

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

sperKs frait me Anvil. — « — It is not by his faults but by his ex cellencies that we must measure a man. G. H. Lewes. * * * .-? The reverence of a man's self is, next to religion, the chiefest briJle of all vices. — Francis B;icon. * * * Of all combats, the sorest is to con quer ourselves. — Kempis. * # * There is no time of Eternity more august than that which is now. What comes after will be the increment of what is now. — Muiger. * * * Don't, be laid away at last like an un fired gun ; demonstrate your right to be remembered by doing something worth remembering. # # # By the judgment each man passes on Christ he passes judgment on himself. — Marcus Dods. * * * Do you want Christ to represent you above as you represent Him here below? — The Optimist. * * # Against the great superiority of an other there is no remedy but love. — Goethe. * # * It is not by searching thou canst find our God — it is by following him. — Dr. Matheson. * # * Human anger resents the hurt ; Divine anger r...

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IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

IN MEMCRIAM. ? ♦ ? Ox Sunday night, in the Methodist Church, a most impressive memorial service was held for the late Mr. James McPaul, jnr., who was recently tilled by a falling ti.'ee. The building was crowded to the doors by people of all denominations, marking the very universal esteem in which this yonng man was held. The pnlpit was draped, and the choir rendered appropriate singing. The Rev. F. H. Walkden Brown was the preacher, and spoke from Phil. 1, £1. The Address. I want the service to-night to be of the brightest in cbaractei\ During the past weeks we have indeed wept with those who weep, and our hearts have been nearly broken to see how grief Las had its way with the loved ones of our dear departed friend. To-night we are met together, not to tear the wounds apart, but to find out what are the con solations of the gospel of Jesus Christ for those who remain as well as for those who have gone before. We are gathered together out of respect of the memory of one whom we al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

Articles Moral and Religious, Philosophical, and DidaeticaL i Church Services. Candelo District. Catholic. 11 [ASS will be celebrated as under — SEPTEMBER,. v lSth— Candelo 11. 25th — Bernboka 11. J. J. GUNNING, P.P. (Jtmrch. of England K AMERUK A . PARISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be beld as un der — SEPTEMBER. 11— Bemboka 11, Tantawanglo 3, Candelo 7.30. 15— (Thursday) Niagara, 7-30. IS— Church Society Sunday, Kauieruka 11, Wolumla 3, Candelo 7.30. (Ven Archdeacon Owens-Mell.) 25— Tantawanglo 11 Bemboka 3, Candelo 7.30. N. 'W. GARDNER. Australasian. Metliocltst Church DIVINE SERVICES will be conducted as under — SEPTEMBER— 11— Bambula 11, Wolunila (town) 3.30, Candelo 7.30. , IS— Burragate 11.30, AYyndham 3, Candelo 25— Candelo 11, Pauibula 3, Edeu 7.30. MEMORIAL SERVICE for Mr. Jas. McPaul on Sunday night, 18th September m the local Methodist Church. Eev. F. H. SValkden-Brown. ;pres'byterian. Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m Candelo every second Sunday in each, month at 3 p.m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

Candelo A. H. and Do F. Association. A PUBLIC MEETING of LADIES will be O. held in the SCHOOL OF ARTS on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, to con sider the advisability of Holding a Flower Show and Sale of Work in aid of the above Association. A large attendance i3 cordially invited. A. O. MANNS, Secretary. State Elections. selected Labor Candidate, WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS AT TANTAWANGLO ou Thursday next, 29th instant, at ] 1 a.m. WYNDHAM on same date at 7.30 p.m. EOCKY HALL on Friday, 30th inst., at 7.30 p.m. POLITICAL ADDRESS. Labor Organiser, Will Address the Electors in SCHOOL OF ARTS, -a CANDELO k — ON — Preliminary NotieSo TTORSEBREEDERS are given notice that U the Champion Draught Stallion ROYAL CHARLIE, will be at their service in the Candelo District during the season. Particulars and pedigtee in a future issue of this paper. J. DILLON. At the Bega Saleyards, On Tuesday, 27th September. At 11.30, 20 Pigs, 3 Breeding Sows. At 1.30, 15 Springers, 60 Head 'Mixed Cattle, Pair Bullocl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

I There's Comfort 1 I k The Thought I - that in any undertaking the probable?} S troubles and difficulties havebeenfore- f| I seen and provided for. Every wiseji S engineer is prepared for a break-down, g [ he is ever ready for an emergency, a ever on the alert. No matter what a ' | may go wrong, he .is equal to theH i occasion. His means of reparation area always at hand, because he never B Knows when they may be required. Jf I The human machine is ever liable to a -? ' breai-down. Are yon ready for it?-& i Have you supplied yourself with theg . remedy— a box of ' - 1 I in case of possible nead ? . Nature often s requires assistance. Taken as occasions demands, and according to instruc-S tions, Beecham's Pill3 brace up the 6 system wonderfully. How foolish tog allow any-suspeo.ted ailment to grow s ? and develop.*- Aiv occasional 'dose will £ ' ? a u-ectuently ward ofi racsi serious ail- L {3 c Tats. And if by neglect or otherwise, S ft ;ho trouble has become acute, these H...

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The Vastness of London. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

The vastii€ss oLEoniioii. Something- '- of the vastness of the 'Greatest City in the .World ' is pic tured below in. the cleverly-written ims pressioas of James Douglas, a' journa list who has turned his thoughts to the serious side of life in London : — ' The sea is made out of drops of salt water, but London is made out of human tears: the Sahara is marta nnt blown grains of sand, London out of blown souls of men. . Time is a gesture of eternity, and life is a gesture of time, and these little gestures of London are a part of the great gesticu lation which is the universe.' I feel the sensation of being splen didly swallowed. For many years I have been walking np and down in my whale, feeling its sombre sides,, grop lug along its gloomy ribs, and desper ately fciying to imagine what it is do ing or dreaming as it voyages through the seas of time. After all my fumb ling and stumbling I know as Iittlo abonfc my London as Jonah knew about his whale. I have achieved a comfort able fam...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

CABLEGRAMS. London7, Thursday. The deadlock iu South African poli tics continues. Intense rivalry prevails among the Cape Colony and Transvaal rings of Ministers. It is reported that I means will be found for Botha to re tain Premiership. T^nrl-Tr.t. wn T-nnnlf- wora IWllo.l in flio Wabash Valley railway accident, Indi ana. A number of Japanese have been arrested in connection with the dis covery of a plot to assassinate the Em psror at Tokio.

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