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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 October 1910

& Queen's Hotel, B V. Un Street, CANDELO.. JOSif uOLLSETS, Juar., - - - PROPRIETOR. - - - First Class Accommodation at a Moderate Tariff. ? ? ? Best Brands of Liquors Kept in Stock. — — — Visitors to the district should write for Accommodation at this Hotel. Don't forget this popular old . Hotel when MAKING YOUR PURCHASES. You cannot be better catered for elsewhere. m I ? fin ? I ? If ? — ? 1~ Saddle. * ' | ' II 111 II W You Want a set of Harness. — go to - - F.J. RYANS'. - ( 0 ? PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. ? :x: ? All the latest designs iu Stationery, Toys. Boobs, School and Artists' Re quisites. A Choice Assortment of Suitable Birthday Boobs and Presents, and many other lines to numerous to particularize. A cordial invitation is extended to all to call and inspect the above Hues. The Latest Fashion Journals, weekly and monthly, always on hand. Bega - Cooma Motor' Service. Leave Bega 011 Tuesdays & Fridays and will CALL AT CANDELO. CARS Return from Cooma on Wednes...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"L.K.G." MILKING MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 October 1910

'L.K G.' MILKING MACHINES. The popularity and useful ness of tliese wonderful aids _ to modern dairying is becoming recognised far and wide and we are receiving orders daily. Other Milking Machines claim to be as scood and as reliable as the 'L-K-Gr', but dairymen are asked to be very careful in the choice of such an important matter as installing Milking Machines, and to make all possible inquiries before order ing, when we are sure the 'L- K-G' will always be favoured. Unfortunately some people, led by extravagent advertisements, have installed Milking Mach ines of other makes and have bitterly deplored the fact, and other makes - of Milking Machines are in several in stances not being used, as the results were not satisfactory. In a few years the _L-ll-tj Milking Machines will be as well known to dairymen as the 'Alfa-Laval' Separators are and the tiresome task of ^ hand milking in large dairies will be a thing of the past. As we will be rushed with or ders during the coming seas...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 October 1910

'Zambuk is the Greatest Asset to Our Family Medicine Chest. THE EYER-READY AND HEALER. Mrs. Phoebe Moore, of 12 Morney St., Adelaide, says :— -We always keep Zam-Buk in our home and have great faith in the marvellous balm. We re gard it as the greatest asset to our familv medicine chest. At times we have such a demand for Zam-Buk that we would be lost without it ; the child ren most of all required treatment time after time. 'My little boy aged four has running sores behind his ears. He has been troobled in this way on and off ever since he cut his two-yearrold teeth. Zam-Buk completely cured this obstin ate complaint in a very short space of time. 'For burns and cuts of all des criptions we have proved Zam-Buk to be excellent healer. For stifiness in the joints and aches and pains Zam 'Rnk has never failed us.' Zam-Buk possesses extraordinary healing merit, aud is entirely free from rancid animal fat. Zam-Buk should be in every home. Zam-Buk euds eczema, piles, ulcers, festering wo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 October 1910

BOMBALA. Mr. C. Graham and Miss E. Toms, daughter of Mr. .Tas. Toms, of Burnima, were married last week. Rev. R. Elliott performed the ceremony. A large number of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg assembled at his residence on Monday week to witness the circumcision ceremony . of their infant son. The Rabbi Enfield, of Sydney, performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Deut's little daughter aged 11' mouths, passed away on Wednesday last. The Stallion parade took place last Monday week on the local show ground Mr. Sanderson, Veterinary Inspector, examined the horses. The following horses were inspected: — Bloods, P. Millar's Starlight ; ponies, J. H. Baird's Don, C. Kellond's Cashier. Coacher, R. Ingram's Pioneer II ; Trotters, W. Little's Huou B II., J-. Chirnside's The Knight, Suffolk Punch, R. Combine's Punch : Draughts, N. Cowell's Crown Prince II, E. Stauden's Young Scotchman, S. Trevanion's Melton Hero, J. Malln's Glen Garry. Master. A. Baldwin, son of W. Baldwin, met with a ve...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Inter-District. DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 October 1910

Inter-District. From our Correspondent DELEGATE. I A son* of Mr. Graham Collins of Wstllemlibhy, met with a painfnl acci dent oil Monday last. He was iu tho act of cutting down. a tree, and as it ?was falling it by some moans swung j around and fell on top of him, inflicting a nasty gash ou Ins forehead, rendering him unconscious for several hours. Under the care of Dr. Pern we are pleased to hear that he is well on the ?way towards recovery. Steady rain again set in on Sunday last, 40 points being registered. A change however, has again taken pla ,e and windy weather now prevails. yuite a number of our local boys have conceived the idea of becoming boy scoots and have formed themselves into a company with Masters Everett Coote and Tom Barnes as leaders. We ?wish them every success in their under taking, aud trust, that although the movement has been started by the bovs themselves, for which we give them creuit, they will be able to arouse the interest and receive encouragement from...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 October 1910

You mav talk of vivisection, Or of'after- death dissection, And the subject of protection We must at all times endure. But protection is alluring, . - If it's'colds you talk of curing, ]STo more coughs you'll be enduring. . . If you use Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIBBENLUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 8 October 1910

BIBBENLUKE. Since the benefiting showers which fell last week, and of which we received a share, a great improvement in the ap pearance of our little township can be noticed. Our local footballers were somewhat disappointed ou Saturday, last. Ar rangements had previously been made for them to meet a team at Bombala, but ou their arrival there it was found that the latter could not as mucu at- muster half-a-dozeu players. Eventu ally it was decided to select a number of players from each team and pass au hour or so in a friendly rally. The Cathcart lads have now quite recovered from their turn of illness and will try conclusions with the local lads ou Saturday next, in the competition matches for the M. J. Goodman Cup. Another storekeeper has lately come amongst us. Mr. Cooney of Gundagai shortly intends commencing business in the old store premises. We are sorry to ? say there is not much improvement in the condition of our local school teacher, who has had a severe'attack of influe...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GIRLS VERLUS BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

61RIS MIPS BAYS. By Eileen Cornell, Convent School Candelo. There is no girl existing that has uot formed an opinion of the boys. With few exceptions these judgments are generally bad. Boys seem to have the idea that girls must be ever ready to wait on them. Of course we have to give them attention now and again, but that is not always. Some sisters are ever lastingly waiting on their brothers, and in return for their kindness never get even a kind word from thein. I heard a boy say that girls did Jnothing, only wash, iron, sew, and cook, while the boys are always working. Poor fellow he did net know what work was. How clumsy a boy looks doing girls work. At cooking they are ' gems ' especially when they make scones, cakes, etc., which can be used for bricks. Another of their fine specimens is sewing. They generally do it wrong or break the needle. At the present day boys, (if they only knew it), spend too much of their time iu criticising the girls method of dressing. We must admit...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry. For Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

[?] For Sale. A lot of prejudices which Have ceased to be of-use to me ; A stock of envy of the rich, Some slightly shopworn jealousy ; A large supply of gloom that I Shall have no use for from to-day. I offer bargains ; who will buy? Come, bid, and take the stuff awav. A lot of wishes I've out-grown, A stock of foolish old beliefs ; Some pride I once was glad to own, A bulky line of misfit griefs ; A large assortment of ill-will, A job lot of bad faith and doubt ; Harsh words that have their stingers stiil — r Come on, come on ! I'mclosiug out. I need more room for kind! in ess. For hopeful courage and good cheer, For sale, the hatred I possess, The dark suspicious and the fear, A large supply of frail Lies I Shall have no use for from to-day. i offer bargains — who will buy? Come, bid, and take the stuff away.

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Those Who Walk Alone. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Ts®§g wn® win Aim Women there are ou earth, most sweet aud high, Who lose their owu aud walk bereft and lonely, Loving that one lost heart until they die. Loving it only. And so they never see beside them grow Children, whose coming is like breaths of flowers ; Consoled by subtler loves the angels know Through childless hours. Good deeds they do; they comfort and they bless Iu duties others pnt oil till the to morrow ; Their look is balm, their touch is tenderness To all in sorrow. Betimes the world smiles at them, as 'twere shame This maideu guise, long after youth's deparled ; But in God's Book they bear another name — The faithful-hearted. Faithful in life, and faithful unto death, Such son's, in sooth, illume with lustre splendid That glimpsed, glad land wherein,, the vision saith, . Earth's wrongs are ended. — Richard Burton.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Face the Sun. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Face the sun. Don't hunt after trouble, but look for success. You'll find what yon look for, don't. look for distress. If you see but your shadow, remember, I pray. That the sun is still shining, but you're in the way. I Don't grumble don't bluster, don't dream. I aud don't shirk. | Don't think of your worries, but think f of your work. I The worries will vanish, the work wilt I be done. ' ? r No boy sees his shadow who faces the- | .-un. |

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Spurns from lie tell. ? ? ? Religion is the best armour, in the world but the worst cloak. — Bunyan. * * # We must live nobly to love nobly. — Charles Kiugsley. * * * Happiness is increased not by tbe enlargement of the purse, but of the heart. T- ? !_? — ' LV UQtVlU. # # # Do that which is assigned to you and you cannot hope too much or dare too much. — Emerson. # * * 'Never go abroad in search of your wants ; if they be real wants they will come home iu search of yon.' # * # After you have beeu kind, after love has stoleu forth into the wotld and doue its beautiful work, go back into the I sh.ide again aui say nothing about it. — Henry Drummond. * # * The small thing, the common place :hing, the trivial duty — these seem poor svork to do for God. But these are svhat he wants us to do. ?* # * Moses life consisted of 120 years divided iuto three forties. In the first forty he was learning to be somebody, [n the second he was learning to be aobody. In the third forty he was proving w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Prostrated by Biliousness. VIOLENT PITS OF VOMITING CAUSED AWFUL STRAIN. Another Splendid Cure Br Bile Beans. 'Fearful attacks of indigostion and biliousness made my life a misery,' says Mrs. M. Murphy, of 16 Andrews Street, Adelaide. 'The accumulation of wind in the stomach caused terrible pain under the heart, accompanied by awful pains between the shoulders. I also suffered from dizziness and violent headaches. When these attacks were very seveie I could not do any work. I would be thoroughty prostrated for days together with awful biliousness. Violent fits of vomiting would strain me internally and cause great soreness, making me very weak. 'An eminent doctor attended me with no success. I then tried many remedies, but all the treatment I went under was of no avail. Nothing seemed able to cure me. Then I adopted the advice of a friend and commenced - taking Bile Beans. After a few doses I noticed a remarkable difference in my condition. The dizziness aud headaches ceased and I w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Use for Old Age. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

New' Use fir ill k§& ? -v ? The idea of oid age pensioners as tele graph boys and basket boys may seem a little odd, but, on reflection, it is perhaps not so bad a. notion, writes a home paper. A cry is rising in England against the large number of ; bright youths engaged iu Diina-auey ^ ~ occupations,' that is, in such wage earning as leads nowhere, but forces a quite new beginning in life after the training age is passed and the character set. Canon Jep'nson says out. and out, ' there ought to be no such thing as an errand boy. Why not use old men for these blind-alley occupations, as is done in German towns?' In- the ideal State, it is suggested, all boys should be set to learn a trade, or taught to till the land, or shown bow to set up a business ; all mere fetching and carry ing, all mere thoughtless messenger work should be done by those who have passed the age of serious initiative and lost alertness of brain and any reason able hope of distinction, or even of adequat...

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Preserved from the Primeval. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Preserved from the Primeval. (Written for the Record.) BY 'OUDEIS.' In a previous ipaper, the writer dealt very briefly with a few remarkable survi-vals of early forms of life to be found on the Australian coast. The creatures mentioned in that paper are the more striking in that they are the last representatives of types until quite recently known only as fossils aud they were then put forward in justification of the title 'Land, of Living Fossils' as applied to Australia. They were such as readily grip the imagination — the curious Ceratodus, tho voracious Ces tracion, the dainty Trigonia. But almost every one of our laud animals5 and very many of our plants, awakeu an equal interest if studied from the right standpoint. Our great and varied fauna is almost entirely made up of types once common all over the earth, but now confined to Australia. They are creatures handed down to us from away back iu the dim ages, long before man. Ours' were tbe earliest types of mammals on the eart...

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The Church Bell. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

He church Bell. Some amusing evidence was given in the Banco Court, Melbourne, recently, in connection with, an action asking that certain church officials be restrained from ringing the church bell on Sunday mornings, on the ground that it created a nuisance. Arthur N. Crouch, accountant, said that he was told that the guardians were once requested to stop ringing because an old lady was dead, and they said that if the old lady was dead it did not matter, as she could not hear it. *) (Laughter). Arthur Hedbury, who lived in the neighborhood, objected to the ringing of the bell, because it woke the baby ; and, after the baby- was once awake, nobody could get any sleep. (Laugh ter). Arthur Earold Charteris said that when he was awakened out of his sleep he felt the reverse of what a mail ought to feel on Sunday morning. (Renewed laughter). Mr. Bryant : It would be an out rageous thing if a man could sL'p the church bell ringing because it woke himself, his wife or his baby. His Honor...

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"Hats Off." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

'H0!S OH.' The innovation of ladies taking their hats off during a religious service was introduced at the Port Adelaide Con gregational Church on Sunday even ing. On the previous Sunday the pastor, Rev. Lionel B. Fletcher, said several people had stated that they had been unable to see him as they sat to gether in tne pews on account or cue hats of the ladies. He added he would be pleased if the ladies could make it a practice to remove their hats for the sermon in the evening when the attend ances were crowded. At the conclus ion of Mr. Fletcher's remarks one lady removed her headgear, but none of the others followed the example. During the week the matter was the subject of much discussion, and thera was considerable curiosity as to whether the feminine adherents would respond to the .nvitation the following Sunday. Early 'in the service a few ladies un pinned their hats and took them off, and prior to the sermon others, up to about one-third of those present, acted similarly. A ...

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IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

IN MEM0R1AM. Ox Sunday evening the service in St Peter's. Church of England, was dedi cated to the memory of the late Mr' William Morrow. There was a large congregation, aud the service was most impressive. The Rev. N. W. Gar diner delivered an appropriate address from 1 Cor. 20, 5/ : But thanks be unto God who giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.' He said — We cannot wonder at St. Paul's burst of thanksgiving in this verse. He had ended a world-old and a world wide, question, one of the most momen tous enigmas that face man, ' Does death end all ?' Look at St. Paul's thought. For death to end all was to liim the most awful thought. The sub ject haunted him like some grim spoctre, his whole being cried out against such a belief. Yet so far his researches had been all but fruitless, he found no sure and certain hope of a resurrection to eternal life. Death to mortal eye was an all-engulfing, all-subduing power. The Greek philosopher spoke of man's life as the autumn l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Rheumatism Remarkable Recovery of a Young Girl. Rheumatism is generally regarded as one of the most difficult ailments to euro, and invariably medicines are tried simpiy with the hope of temporary relief. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have been wonderfully successful, not by merely affording a cessation of the pain, but by restoring the joints to their original sup pleness. Used in conjunction with Coin stock's Nerve and Bone Liniment, the most stubborn cases of Rheumatism, Lumbago, and Sciatica have been over come. In the case of Miss King. Union street, Foxton, N.Z., related by her mother, the results exceeded expectations. She says: — 'My daughter suffered acute ly from Rheumatism in the arms and hips, which caused her a great deal of pain, especially during wet weather. Having tried many remedies for Rheu matism. all of which proved useless, she went on suffering until advised to try Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment, which was used in conjunction with Dr. Morse's Indian Root P...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

?A Paper for the People. ^.oiifknt lietent mi ? ? Printed at Candelo. Issued every SATURDAY ? Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. -p AiA| mi i if- i ah n t mi ith 1 1* Stands for no Party, but for Principles. 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 Subseaptioft to this Journal is -£1 ?pea? a&aum, ' ta ' ? BUT^s^ We give G-reat DISCOUNT for all ...

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