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

bush ChicnyOo ? A ? — With regard to the industrial and commercial activities of Chicago the following extract from the Consul's report is interesting: — 'In point of population and importance, Chicago is the second city of the* United States, surpassed in these respects only by New York. As a commercial and industrial centre, however, it is doubt ful whether, in certain lines, Chicago is not really first. Ic concentrated business activity and intense and feverish competition it is prpbable that Chicago is unequalled by any other place in the world. Here men, women, and even children may be said to think, talk and live ' business.' Here is the commercial centre of the Great West, the common meeting-ground of all parts and sections of this vast country, and, in consequence, the great mart and exchange of so may leading com modities and the home of so many important industries. In Chicago are to be found the headquarters of several world-wide business associations.' It is interesting ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

-MaKeYoHr District - Mown. . ? _A. ? Concerning some parts of the district (says an exchange) news comes but seldom. This is not the fault of the editor, for he has no miraculous power of knowing what is happening iu all the places in the area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease ? If no one else is doing it for your district, will you try on these lines ? Send accoujts of public and social events in your township or neighbor hood, such as weddings, deaths, acci dents, concerts, matters touching the industries, etc. Write the names of persons very dis tinctly. Do not bother about grammar or spelling ; it is the editor's work to look after these trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. Give information, bat let criticism alone. Write on one side of the paper only. Write your name in some corner, not for printing, but to prove good faith. ? ^__ '??-

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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The Falling Leaf. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

Tile Filling leaf. Once more our little township has been stilled in sorrow by the grim reaper having plucked from the branch a promising young life, this time in the person of Mr. Willie Mor.-ow, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Morrow of Candelo. On Monday night the sad news fell into our midst from Bega that he had peacefully joined the great silent majority at 8 p.m. that evening after but a few days illness, suffering from hemorrhage of the lungs. Willie's death was as unexpected as it was sad. Dr. Howell, who had been giving him every attention, was con fident of his recovery, but it would appear that having braved his critical situation until the danger was o'er, a sudden change for the worse caused a collapse and the silver cord was snapped in the presence of his father and eldest sister, Mrs. J. J. Corbett* He was in the prime of life, being born at Kameruka on the 29th of the present month 27 years ago, and came to Candelo with hia parents as a boy, and lived here until he to...

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

[?] The Tilba Show has been fixed for 15th and 16th February. * * * Mi:. Wm. Rixon's special horse sale ?will be held in Bega next Thursday. * # * lap. Oddfellows' celebration held in BMB&ega on Wednesday was a pronounced WSB '?cess. ? ^B ; a * # Mrs. Siieery, political organiser in the interests of Labor, will treat the Candelo electors with an address on Monday, the 3rd instant. * * # We were pleased to see Mi. B. Cr. Ward driving into town on Thursday, a living monument to medical skill and good nursing. ? # * * Mr. W. A. Knees will be at his post on Monday at the Royal, and will take orders for suits. * * * At the Queensland Rifle Association meeting, the King's prize was won by R. Fisher (N.S.W.), 294, Grant 289, Hallidad 217. * * * * Mr. E. I. Pell, Bega, will receive tenders up till Tuesday next for the erection of about 24 chains of paling fence around the Bega recreation and sports ground. r # * * Miss Pearl Ramsey, of Burragate, who has been under Dr. Sharp's care ...

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

BOMBALA. Mrs. Seery, Labor Organise^ addressed a large gathering of electors in the School of Arts on Monday night. Mr. B. Millar occupied the chair. The final football match for the Half Holiday Competition Cup was played between Kimitybelle and Bom bala on Saturday last on the latters ground, the game resulted in a win for the visitors by 15 to 3. Mr. R. Binstadt handled the whistb and gave every satisfaction. After the match the visiting team was entertained ab a banquet at the Imperial Hotel, and a social in the School of Arts. Every thing went off well, and the visitors returned to Nimitybelle well pleased with everything, and took the coveted cup along with them. Master Claude Earl arrived home last week, and will shortly take charge of his father's business at Delegate. District Court of Quarter Sessions will be held at Bombala on October the 10th. A stallion parade will take place on Sept. 26th, and all stallions will be examined by the Government Veterin ary Inspector. The ...

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Inter-District. DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

?Ha&iLUu-li JUffl J-$a yj, JA£ y e ? j-. ? [From our Correspondents]. DELEGATE. Mr. G. T. C. Miller, the Labor candi date for this electorate arrived in town this morning, and will address the electors to-morrow night in the School of Arts, when a crowded house is expected. Splendid rain which was badly needed fell on Friday evening and continued during the right, 90 points being registered. Already the country around presents quite a spring-like appearance, but windy weather has since set in with its usual drying effect, and if it continues we will not derive the full beneBts of such a nice downfall. Mr. W. H. Rogers, at oue time assistant in the local Post Office has been spending a brief period in Delegate on sick leave, and leaves for West Wallsend to-day. We trust that ' Rodge ' has found the embracing air of our genial climate beneficial, and that he will return to his post com pletely restored to health. At the monthly committee meeting of the School of Arts held last...

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

SeKNlNeWS. The Royal Prince Alfred Hospital is seriously overcrowded. Sixty-seven cases have been refused adraissiou. * * * The Panama Canal will be completed in the conrse of another five years at a cost of £100,000,000. -Mf * ?*£ A woman was fined 10s in Sydney Central Police Court for saying to a Constable ' You're the one. ' * # # Robert Hancock dropped dead at Warner's Bay, Newcastle district, im mediately after winning a woodchop ping contest. # * * Father Dwyer, at Albury, recently said : ' There is no law of God or man to stop tennis, football and other inno cent games on Sunday.' # # # The Minister for Defence says the small arms factory at Lithgow and the cordite factory at Maribyrnong, near Melbourne, will be completed very soon. # * # The Federal Cabinet has decided to tax leases in perpetuity, and leases that may be convertible. Crown lessees otherwise will not be taxed. # * # The Governor of West Australia has accepted the resignation of Sir Newton Moore, and Mr. Frank...

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

Electoral LOW. ? «, ? Edwin Balkham, secretary of the Political Labor League at Drummoyne, was fined £10 at Sydney last week on the charge of having witnessed the sig natures of two persons on claims to be enroiled as voters in the Burwood electorate without having verified the statements made upon such papers. The Magistrate said it was one of the grossest cases be had ever heard. De fendant had wilfully gone to the home of two young ladies, and entrapped one of them into signing the name of the lady who he perfectly well knew was then in Brisbane, aud the name of another lady who he knew' was not in the house when he called. He thought it scandalous that snch nefarious- work was possible in conneoiioa with tlu enrolment of voters. I : '??.'?' -v. '????? . ?

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

To be good is to be happy. Angels Are happier than men, because they're better. Guilt is the source of sorrow ; 'tis tho fiend, Th' avenging fiend, that follows us be hiud With whips and stings : the blest know none of this, But dwell in everlasting peace cf mind, Anrl find the height of all t'r.^iii.uav'nis go- (iness.

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Wyundham Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

[?] ? « ? WiTii reference to the letter from Mr. Thos. Moore, Wyudbam, N.S.W., on behalf of tho residents of that place, protesting against the reduction of Wyndham Post Office from semi official to allowauce status, the Hon. Austin Chapman forwards a copy of Depart mental correspondence stating that in quiry has been made, and the attached extract is from a report on the matter by the Postal inspector, submitted by the Deputy Postmaster- General, Syd ney, who advises that the question of raising the status of the office will be re-considered in the event of the rev enue showing an upward tendency. £XTKACT FROM REPORT. Wyndham revenue.— 1904, £231; 1906, £220 ; 1907, £206 ; 1908, £177 ; 1909, £J 60. Ou 18th February, 1907, Mr. In spector Brewer recommended, in view of the decline in revenue, that the office be reduced from official to semi-official status. On 15th July, 1907, Mr. Albert Walter was appointed semi-official P.M. for a term of three years and although the 1908 anj 1909 ...

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

TiEj) (& (hrt$. m p* xl mi -:i7 ;& )i \$ ik ^j^ -li -.° CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. 1. Open to all children of both sexes, 15 years and under, resid ing within the Pederal 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. ^LIST OF ELECTED SUBJECTS. ^1 DATE. SUBJECT. . WRITERS' NAMES. Aug. 20 Prominent Australians (Past and Pre sent.) 27 'School Friendship.' SEPT. 3 ' Eden and Us Port. „ 10 ' Courage, Physical and Moral.' „ 17 ''Original Stories.' „ 24 '...

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

? ?*- Hon. Austin Chapman sends us copies, of Depai'tmental correspondence ad. dressed to him, from which we take the following information ; — In reply to further personal repre sentations by Mr. Chapman regarding the status of the Bemboka Post Office the Deputy P.M.G. advises that action to reduce the statns of the office has been stayed pending the consideration ^ of some further information which he purposes submitting in connection with the matter. The Government Printer has been instructed to forward the weekly numbers of ' Hansard ' to the library of the Progress Association, Yambnlla, as desired. Regarding the Yambnlla- Pericoe tele phone line the Deputy P.M.G. advises that the matter has been reviewed, and, as the revenue derived from the line exceeds the expenditure in connection therewith, and as bush-fires necessitated extra attention, it has been decided to waive the deduction of £1 16s made from the maintenance payment on ac count of the repairs effected by the De part...

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UP-TO-DATE INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

UP-T®-iMI INVENTIONS. By GERTIE JOHNSON— Con- vent School, Candelo. I wondek what our ancestors would say or do if they were here to witness men's endeavours to fly ? They would have laughed a few months ago, but late ex periments have shown that ' Flying Machines ' deserve something better than ridicule. This invention is one of the most recent, and although its suc cess may be slow in coming, it is getting more firmly established every day_ People who laughed at first are now contemplating a complete conquest of the air. Rolls, a prominent airman, met witb a terrible death while flying. Another accident was caused by the current made by another machine. This shows that it will not do for flyei'S to go within a certain distance of each other. But even when perfection is gained oc casional accidents will happen. Other airmen were sobered by the tragic death of Rolls aud further ef forts to fly were delayed. Large | amounts of money are now being of fered to any person who will safel...

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

IMPORTANT /// cS U.UJLtbV dsMUUAV&B ITaVING taken over the control of the £1 Blacksmit .ling' Business for rerly conducted by Mr. J. CoSS3y, r-T^ Ifi I 5r^ B^ ^A 1 |Q1^ 1- begs to announce that ho is prepared to execute all orders at the shortest notice md in the most high-clsss manner ; and he- - ? ggwLw solicits a fair share of public patronage. ^HHHr' HORSE=SHOEING A SPECIALTY, Egir Workmanship left to the Public's Own Judgment. THE LEADING BOOTMAKER. (Next door to Groves' Boarding House.) Ladies' and Gents' Boots made in the highest style of the art. aIl eepaies executed neatly and quickly. Prices Moderate. . . . . . GoodWorkmanship DLA CKSMI1HING NOTICE Wai. McCarthy, 'Wheelwright and General Blacksmith, NEAR TRAFFIC BRIDGE, CANDELO . Wheelwrighting and Blacksmithing iD their various branches carried on on th© premises. Repairs neatly and proniplfcy ex ecuted. HORSESHOECNG a Speciality Candelo Coacji-^ Buggy Factory. AND 9 Coachbuilders & General Blacksmiths. HP...

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By RUBY GODFREY, Public School, Kameruka. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

By RUBST GODFREY, Public School, Kamepuka. I am going to write about some of the up-to-date inventions. Wireless tele graphy is a great invention by Marconi. It is an instrument which can receive or dispatch messages which are sent without wires. Another invention is wireless telephony, or the radio tele phone. It is claimed by -the French navy that conversation has been carried on a hundred miles distant. It was invented by Dr. Lee de Forest. The portable radio telephone outfit is used for military purposes and can be carried on a horse's back. Mr. Brennan and Scherl both invented gyroscopic mono rail cars, which are run on one rail and have two gyroscopes on each side to balance. Another invention is an amphi bicycle, which can be ridden in water or on land. Orville and Wilbur Wright invented the air ship. They are the leading aviators of the world. Wilbur was most successful. They commenced it as a game, because their father had bought them a toy oue and they tried to make one li...

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By NORBERT CORNELL, Convent School. Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 24 September 1910

By NORBERT CORNEL,!, Con vent School. Candelo. The two most up-to-date inventions, are the aeroplanes and the works of electricity. Some of the famous men of the flying world are: Bleriot, a Frenchman, who was the first to fly the chaunel, his speed record being 48 miles an hour. Another man named Cody flies his own invention in quick time. The height contest at Rbeims was won by Latham, which was 500 feet, he also made two unsuccessful attempts to cross the chaunel. The next is electricity. A few years before 1902, the world was startled by the announcement that messages could be sent from place to place, withont the aid of wires, or any coutlectiou between the places. This was [the discovery of ] Marconi, by making use of the facts i of a German philosopher, nnmed j I Henrich Hertz. When oue electiic vibration is started, the effect ,'is much the same as that made by throwing a stone into a pond. Marconi has dis covered how to produce these electric vibrations, and drive them info...

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Royal Show at Liverpool, England, June 1910. AWARD OF SILVER MEDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

Royal Show at Liverpool, Eng= land, June 1910. AWARD OF SILVER MEDAL. Somewhat delayed after most of the Awards were annouced in consequence of the time re quired by the very thorough test to which the machines were put, one of the Silver Medals offered by the Royal Agricultural So ciety of England for new in ventions of striking value to agriculture, has been given to the latest model 'Alfa-Laval' Cream Separator. In competitive trials orga nised by the Royal Agricultural Society the 'Alfa-Laval' has carried off Pour First Prizes, including a gold Medal. The Silver Medals offered for NeAV Implements by the Royal Ai- gricultural Society are much coveted distinctions. The 'Alfa-Laval secured one of them on its first appearance in 1S7S and to-day, including the Liverpool Award, it has secured no fewer than five of these special medals, each being the reward of a distinct novelty or improvement ; all testifying to merit in cream Separator Construction. The above ' awards are far more t...

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World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

WorM-WMe Gleanings. ' I liave taken my old mother out of the Gralvesloti shanty, where I was raised from a baby, and I have put her in the best house I could find in Chicago. She's got everything she wants, and I am happy. — Jack Johnson. An elderly man named George Cardy was found in his hut near Wagga with a hole in his forehead, and blood streaming down his face. He re marked, 'I'm trying to shoot myself, bat I must have a head of iron, as the bullets won't go through. ' He died a few hours later. * # # I would give any mau who de liberately intenupts a public meeting a month's solitary confinement. — Arthur Griffith. # * ? * Heaps of human bones found in an old hut in a secluded place near the Siberian frontier has led to the dis covery of several murders perpetrated by an old mau nyw deceased. The old criminal pretended to befriend refugees from Siberia, but instead lured them to his lonely habitation and murdered them for their money and goods. By these means he made a large f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

Liver Disorder and Indigestion. HAD VIOLENT FITS OF ~~' VOMITING AND NEARLY WASTED AWAY. Restored To Health At 72 By Bile Beans. Mrs. Charlotte Lee, of Cowper Street, Granville, near Syduey, says: — 'Some twelve years ago I began to snfrer from indigestion, which gradnaliy'got worse, cnusiug me distress and acute pain. I was also a martyr to liver trouble, and became in a very bud way. Violent fit? of vomiting would attack me, tbe dread fnl straining causing agonising pain, but when the accumulated bile csune away I was somewhat relieved. 13 ut this was only temporary relief, for the attacks became more frequent throngh the bile getting into my system. Yellow jaundice set in, and I became thin ;. I completely wasted away, and could not retain any food. In fact, I practically starved myself, as I thought it useless to eat; nor iu fact, did I have-any ap petite for food. I did not know wbat to do with all tbis accumulation of misery. During this period I tried all sorts of so-called r...

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Lord Shaftesbury. LIFE SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

[?] LIFE SKETCH. -: The history of the progress of the working classes in this century,' said-* Prime Minister, E. W.. Gladstone, « is very largely the history 3f one man's Hfe-thatofShaftesbnvy.- This child of high rank and wealth hn-* o-nnri fw tnne, was only 25 when he took his place in the British Parliament, yet as the young lark strikes a few notes o sweet song when only a few weeks have passed over its life, so very early in the his career this youth made a- revelation of his innermost spirit and geaina. One winter's night he was sitting with a member of the cabinet beside his fireplace. Within all was beauty, comfort and happiness, but wfthont the sleet and wind were beating on the window, and in the 'winter's blast and darkness wandered full many an orphan boy. At ten o'clock the young man excused himself to his host and started out to look for some unfortunate lost in the darkness and cold. Very pathetic was that midnight scene. For forty years when Parlia ment rose at. mi...

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