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Mixed Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

Mixed items. The Wade Government is up against what no other Government bas been called upon to face— Ninety Labor Candidates for ninety seats. * * * A Sydney burglar, after robbing tbe TUoj-iin/^ct-. T-innl- Sfnro- lfiffc a oolite note signed 'Bill the Burglar, ' and inti mating that he would call again. * * * Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy is not a common every day cough mixture. It is a meritorious remedy for all dangerous and troublesome complications resulting from colds in tne head, chest or lungs. Sold by all dealers in medicine.* * * * The total public debt of New South Wales, as shown in tbe Auditor General's annual report, is 92j million pounds. * * ? * ? The Erina Shire Council has receutly been 'catching it hot.' Two rate payers have each reserved a full page in the Goford Times (for which they pay advertising rates) to air their grumbles ; while others, less affluent, have to be content with space for column and half-column letters aud ' vile verse ' in denunciation. Yet th...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

A Paper for the People. ? ? M M ^ ? — ? _. ^^^^w-^. ? .^v^^^~w-vJa __ ? C^; ? i Printed atCandelo. Issued every SATURDAY ? Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. Stands for no Party, diet 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. T3ie Subscription to this Journal is -£1 pe? annum, £^^-g||p59 We give Great DISCOUNT for all fSF™* ' ' ADVANCE PAYMENTS...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Young Fish Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

k Young Hsl story. — ™v — The latest fish story comes from Mr. Thomas Abernethy, of Annaudale, 'who wishes to know . whether such an un usual occurrence as be relates has ever come under tbe notice of piscatorial experts before. ; He -writes : 'On Friday last a meal of rhixed fresh fish was purchased from a. fisbm.ougei;. I cleaned tbe fish myself, and noticed that tbe roe of one- (a. -tailor). was, full of eggs. All the refuse from tbe.fisb was thrown into the kitchen yard ' bin, which had been emptied the _same morning. During. tbe. four succeeding davs kitchen refuse, slops, etc., were thrown into the bin on top of tbe offal On Tuesday mo.-niug the garbage tin was again emptied, when, to the sur prise of those present, a cluster of young fish (there must bave been over 100) were turned out of tbe tin. These young fish were about three-quarters of an inch in length, fully developed in head and body, but tbe fins and tail) (.hough present, were imperfect. No doubt the beat engender...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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CAPITALISM AND CHRISTIANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

CAPITALISM AND CHRIS TIANITY. tfg! HRISTIANITY, because it has its K^t root in the heart of civilization, and is indisolubly mixed up with the many phases of life, must interest itself in and apply its ethics to eveiy social problem that engages the attention or governments and federa tions that profess to be sailing under the Christian flag. The greatest question of modern times is without doubt that of Socialism, in the broadest nieaning of the term. 13 o subject is so discussed, and none so engrosses the thought of the multitude. Time was when the masses were scarcely credit ed with the faculty of independent thought, but years, of edncational influence and the presentation of a topic that touches the deepest interests of their existence has demonstrated what a tremendous power has for centuries been lying dormant. And now like a huge giant the mnltitude is rousing from a long slumber, throwing off the shackles of listless ignorance and forcing its claims upon the world in such a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

Will political skiters please note this : There is so much bad in the best of us and so much good in the worst of us, that the best of us can ill afford to speak bad of the worst 'of. us. — Bemboka Advocate. & * * Magistrate : ' Madam, you' persist ently deny that you committed tbis act, though tbe descriptiou of the culprit 5ts you exactly, beautiful face and figure, extremely youthful appearance, most attractive ? ' Tbe Defendant : ' Tour Worship, I confess all, yes, it was I.' * * * We would like to say to our Labor friends — 'For God's, sake give that pledge of Wood's a rest ' It's a 16 year old matter aud has little to do with present-day politics whether Wood signed it or not. Endeavour to win tbis seat for Labor on the bigb grounds of tbe justice of tbe Cause, not by abuse of all tbe other side. — Bemboka Advocate. * * * THE CAUSE OF CONSTIPATION. The mo'jt common cause of constipation is a lack of exorcise necessary to keep the muscles of the bowels active. That is w...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURRENT TOPICS. Dairies Supervision Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

CURRENT TOPICS. Dairies Super vision Act. ? v ? Just recently the matter of the work ing of the Supervis ion Act was discus sed at a meeting of the Candelo Agri cultural Society, and it was decided to make representations, through the member for the district, to the Depart ment, with a view to have the string ency of the Act relaxed in respect to the powers of Inspectors. Since the question was raised then, we have ac quainted ourselves somewhat with that portion of the Act, and it is quite evi dent to us that the Dairy Farmer is placed in a very unjust position, in that he i§ a victim to the fickleness of the various Inspectors who may ride serenely from place to place giving orders. Of course, nobody grumbles because the authorities have decided that reasonable supervision in such matters is essential in safeguarding the public health ; but the cause of com plaint and the point of very doubtful equity is that there would seem to be no finality in the administration of the Act. One...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

2\ Years Torture with Piles. ? 4 ? SAD SEQUEL TO A CON FINEMENT. A mother's Deep Gratitude To Zam Buk. 'About two-and-a-half years ago I was afflicted with that terrible com plaint, piles,' says Mrs. Evelyn Jarre'tt, of 47 Waterloo .. Street Surry Hills, Sydney. 'The irritation was awful, and the agonising pain greatly increased my suffering. 1 applied an ointment, but this set up such voilent irritation, that by its use I was nearly driven out of my mind. 'I then tried many other remedies, but was unable to obtain any relief from my affliction. As a last resort I decided to try Zam-Buk, as I have read what a splendid balm it was for piles. I pro cured a supply and before I had finished the first pot, I was free from all irrita tion, and the pains were gradually ceasing. After continuing with Zam Buk, all traces of my complaint were removed. ; ?? ' Some time afterwards 1 was con fined, aud a t'esult of childbirth was an attack of piles. However, a few applications of tbe Zam-Buk dro...

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

! § -AnJTi'iis. $i I : Sdescriukks to ihn Southern' B,::co:::; iU-e I governed by the following ;: i LAWS DELATING TO XEWSPAPKTJS: ;| . 1. Subscribers who Co not i;i'/o e:qv.-es 'j notice to the contrary ar-.' considered ;i~ ,v i-;h i ing to continue their tu!..,cripiio:is. = ; 2. If suhscnbernorciur the discontinuance 'j jof their periodical, tho publisher may --oii-'j itinue to send them :;util arrears arc paid. l] ; 3. If subscriber.-, refuse or neglect to t:i.!«- \ ; periodicals from tho povit office or other phico ? j to which they are dirt-vied, they are held i responsible until they have settied th.'ir* I bills and ordered the periodicals to ho (\\.--'i i continued. ;j 4. If subscribers move toother localities] i without informing tho publishers, and th.--ii ??] papers are sent to the former direction, the j I subscribers are responsible. i I 5. The courts havn decided that ' refusing I to take periodicals from tho office or remov° 1 ing or leaving them uncalled for, is j-ium...

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

-I II Read This- |. | I __' | ; To Oub Readers: We would ask you to help j us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep- i ! resentative newspaper by forwarding at! ! yon:- earliest o onvnnionco information that j (| ;r:\\ !-i- of pui-lic interest. You wiii thus : J; T'. n:n.-h fo'.v;!.:-il r.dvfirtising your ptirtieu- s (i !?::? !-:i.rt o: tin; electorate. Should you 5 j: i:il to secure your copy of the Bhcord I ;! rprrularly. :'„ iroip.piaint made to us will re- j Jj Ktslfc in thy matter receiving1 prompt inves- I j tigalion. t; To Conteishtors: Whilst we unhesitatingly : ti throw our columns open 'to contributed1 |j articles on any subject, we reserve the ! right tfl veto any contribution, or sentence ; j of same which wo consider libellous or I seditiovis. Should a writer assume a xoje ? 1 nE plujie, his real name must accompany : j his or her manuscript to insure publica- ? ! lion. Manuscript must be legibly written ; :j and reach us not later than Wednesday ? ! of each week. ;To ...

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

Candelo Hotel Candelo. THE LEADING COMMERCIAL HOUSE. PROPRIETOR. MANNS' HOTEL is the MOST UPTO DATE in its appointments of any hotel in the town. It has earned the Lion's Share of the pat ronage of the Travelling and General Public And Keeps It. 'CLEANLINESS and COURTESY' are the watchwords. The Commercial Show Eoom is both capacious and convenient. First-class Table. Good Stable Ac jfcommodatioii. ^§1T Tariff Reason able. Candelo, IS the House which affords First-class, Clean, and Courteous Accommodation to all-comers at a most reasonable cost. THE ACCOMMODATION of this Hotel is widely known, and tho TABLES will be found equal to any on, the Coast. *sf Stables in the hands of an Expert Groom. To Producers. ? I HAVE much pleasure in informing you that I have commenced business on my own account as a DAIET and FAEM PRO DUCE SALESMAN, and have secured those spacious and suitable stores at 141 Sussex Street, Sydney, lately occupied by Messrs. R. Hall and Sons My lengthy experience (ove...

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

im.7Hv.rca™. VrV Berate W^i^J q ISRAEL Increases your Purchasing Power . . By His LOW PRICES. . . Flour. — Brunton's or Gillespie's Finest Roller, in 50lb bags, 10s 9d per lOOibs ; in 1501b sacks, 10s 3d. per lOOibs, or the sack for 15s 4id. Sugar— Colonial Sugar Go's. I.C., 14s 3d per 70ib bag. LA. or I.W., 14s 6d per 701b bag. Fairy mead Fine Crystal, 14s per 701b. bag. Kerosene. — Finest American Suowflake, 7s Gd per case of 2 tins, SJ gallons. Tea.— Golden Tip Ceylon, Is per lb, or 121b tin for lls Gd; Hill grown Golden Tip Ceylon, 1/3 per lb, or 121bs for 14s ; Exhibition Golden Tip Ceylon, 1/6 per lb, or 121bs for 17s. The above Teas have gained a reputation in N.S.W. that none other can. approach. Thousands of testimonials received from all over tho State. Samples post free on ap plication. Baiting' Powder.— Good Luck Brand, (just out, and the price and quality a knock out to all others), Sid per lb., or 121 bs for 8s. Pineapples. — Preserved in thick syrup, the pick of the Q...

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MY FIRST CAMPAIGN. Confessions of a Candidate. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

' M¥ F11ST CS1PMSR Confessions or a Candidate. (By W. 1», Mk Lvn.r.i-. i:- Tin-. ' Sux.') at lvaii ii mid-western constituency I stood for; and the weather was mirl winttry. It was almost a decade before .Federation whittled away Ibe sovereign po-.M-vs and prerogatives and stupen i1ov;- imporianoe of the raniament or Xew Soutli Wales, and brought about a ''stn'.v.- oftbings.' I was, politically, a yon:ig tiger, then ; I am asuperunnated kitten now. Parliament bad dissolved, ami a tbou g^.a.-anore or less, candidates bad let themselves loose ou the electorates. I deckled, instantly, to stand for some ivhero. With a second thought, and conni spoutaneitj', I selected myself for the rich and fertile farming and pas toral division of Molong. Kow, if Molong bad not claimed me'born, as its persevering aud irrepressible son, it claimed me bred. Well, I grew, and clerked in a lawyer's .office. I supple mented my salary by telegraphing local sensations to the Sydney Globe. The country was in ...

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

Father Time Time seems inopportune when he brings a woman to the turn of Life. Life is, or should be, at its ripest and best for her. and she approaches this change with a dread of its ^\^ $&'?&' (!\ effect born of her V^/v^^ |^?1 ^i) knowledge of the ^ — -uilcrings of other —^fS*'^ T-Pl women at this sea- ^^^^ STO son. There is **'^ \ fi I ::--t the slightest # J\\l-r&& cause for fear or anxiety ?*^—y s^fes, at this period if Dr. ^y? Morse's Indian Root Pi! is are taken occsionally to keep the system toned and the stomach in proper wnikin.cr order. Doctors prescribe them, nurses 'recommend them, and thousands of v.-oinon who have successfully and cheerfully passed through that stage can to;-.:ify to the value of these pills. 'I have found your pills to be highly h-.-neficial for headaches,' writes Mrs. E. Wiison,- 406 Harris-street, Ultimo, Syd -. ?.?:'.-. 'and also during that critical period K-vnvn as the change of life, through vh;:1! I have passe...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

To the Editor. Dear Sir, — Tour foot note to my last contribution reminds me of a bnck jamping donkey inasmuch as you keep going for a considerable time but ' don't arrive anywhere in particular.' Your first paragraph has nothing in ifc of any interest either to any of your readers or myself. It filled a fair amount of space so you derived what little value it had. With regard to the railway I will refer you to your report of the meeting in which you kuow well the sentence you quote does not appear. Why not be fair to Mr. Wood at first instead of waiting till someone pinches you? As for the par from the ' Farmer and Settler ' re hindoo settlement — if it fails to convince you that more more than one coloured person acquired - land during Wade's term of office. Have it your own way ! In referring to the McKye scandal ? you claim a monopoly of the dirty ears, which was not intended for you person- ? ally. However, as you claim it that way. Have it your own way some more. Your buckjump...

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

[?] Our columns are open to the public for expressions oi opinion on any question of interest, but we do no* necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions of correspondents.- Ed. RECORD.

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

YOU MAY HAVE TRIED 'This, that, or the other,' but for per manent relief and pleasureable action you will never find anything to equal Cham berlain's Tablets for indigestion, constipa tion and biliousness. Sold by all dealers in medicine.* NERVOUSNESS and that bane of Australian women, Hysteria of the Nerves, Sick Head ? ache, and Biliousness, and ? POOR BLOOD ? IN WEAK WOMEN ? can be surely and permanently cured and the nerves made steady, the heart and stomach regular, the blood pure, by a consistent use of the great nerve ? remedy and blood purifier ? Here is a letter from a charming, popular actress, Miss Olive Godwin, filling important roles in those splendid productions, 'The Dollar Princess,' 'Havanna,' and the 'Belle of New York' operas. She writes thus to all women : — CLEMENTS TONIC LTD 11 After using Clements Tonic I admit there is no estimating the value of this blood and nerve medicine. Deriving such permanent benefit from it, I can justly express my opinion as to its n...

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

who some - K -y A times require p ^C ^ a Stimulant, fV ?** \ nothing is £ - c purer or safert A ] Liio.il «-=-- — . '^-...j,. f-w^ it is e».n ^r^^ eilective W?'&&i^&;^k heaJth ' EJ Preservative . ? j --r-i-i . ...... . ? -„,, ? .^^fe^BB.-,.^-.,,.'. ? ..i.^-,,,^», .,.„.-,.???. ,.?,.,.......... ?? ... .,-as.y 'If ^ff EDstey ©rg'axas are Ibmilft by experts I on 4Sie experience gained d^ariragl | tbie man^afadUsre of ovel? one tSiirci of a million organs* Evory iiraclfc of tfoe material used is tSie Ibest ob-tai2aabile9 as^di all timibes* is specially ais* ctrieei and seasoned fos» years. I ? it TS^eis? tone Is sweet, yet full of j Jjo^rea*, and tSaeir case designs exceedingly Siandsome. ' j We sell 4nem aft all prices Srmaa J | r &10. Catalogue and Price Urist free on application: WE S&L1L OH EASY TERMS. $38 George Sftree$B Sydsaeyo ? lig^Jj V ' ' ? ;' '','„';— ? ? '?' ? -^r^S^n.1 U. A. Green, Local Agent. TTFVT/FV SADIES' COLLEGE.-A Hkrh-Class B...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

[?] ? ♦ ? We note that several Eden ' gentle men ' are described on the Sfate elec toral roll as labourers. We have known said chaps for many years and have never known them to be guilty of labonring except under some de lusion or other. — Magnkt. * * # At tho inquest into the death of Leading Porter Allen, who heroically lost his life at the Central station, a verdi-ct of accidental death was re- . turned. It was stated in evidence that on beiug biought on to the platform after the accident Allen was still conscious, and said, 'I'm dying; how is the boy ?' * * * A proposition has been put before the Queensland Lands Department for the acquirement of an area of about 15,000 acres of land to establish an industry which is new to that State — breeding goats for their skins. * * * General Booth announces that the Salvation Army will soon begin work in Russia, providing the Czar consents. Speaking at Scarborough, General Booth said he has never taken a penny from the Army. * # # Spirit-...

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The State Elections. List of Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

[?] List of Candidates. The nominations for the 90 seats in the New South Wales Assembly closed on the 23rd September. There are only three candidates returned unop posed, all -_f which are Labor. The following is the complete list, the asterick* before a name denoting the sitting mem'jer. Albury. Benjamin Clareuce Lloyd, Lab. ♦Gordon Ranald McLaurin, Ind. Alexandria. *John R. Dacey, Lab., James 0. Home, Iud. George Henry Smith, Lib. Allowpie. *Mark F. Morton, Lib. Annandale. Albert Bruntnell, Lib. George M. Davidson, Lab. Armidale. Albert Bryant, Lab. *Edmund Lonsdale, Lib. Ashburnham. *Johr. Patrick Lynch, Lab. Reginald W. D. Weaver, Lib. Ashfield. Rev. Francis B. Cowliug, Lab. *William E. V. Robsou, Lib. Balmain. John Hurley, Lib. *John Storey, Lab. Bathurst. Joseph F. Coates, Lab. *Johu Miller, Lib. Bega. Francis Edward Riley, Lab. *William Herbert Wood, Lib. Beltnore. John English, Ind. Lab. *Patriok J. Minahau, Lab. Belubula. Cornelius J. Danahey, Lab. *Thomas Waddell, Lib. Ge...

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Thigs in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 1 October 1910

Tins ii General. ' v ? Prince Foote has been scratched for the Canlfield Cup. # * # Seven thousand people attended the Cowra sfu-w races. The gate takings amounted to £330. * *? «? Samuel Smitherham fell from' a bucket a distance of 100ft in Block 10 mine, Broken Hill, and was dashed to death. * * * The Postmaster-General approves of the suggested conference of Kuropean Postmasters-General to disenss the question of peuny-a-word cables. Mr. Thomas said he looked forward to the time when the cable service would be used ' not only by the millionaire, but by the millions.' * * # Jack Johnson has a brother, who, he thinks, has the making of a champion in him. His name is Bill, and he has been the victor in several small matches. Jack and Bill had not Leen on friendly terms for the best part of ten years. Just after whipping Jef fries|Jack relented, and sent his brother, who was a waiter in a hotel in Alabama, a cheque, and an invitation to visit Iriin in New York. * * * At the Bathurst ...

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