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

5 In Graver Mood. -*► Articles Moral and Keligious, Philosophical, and Didactical. Church Services. Candelo District. r ? ? Oa.th.olio. J^ASS will be celebrated as under — OCTOBER— 2nd — Bemboka 11. Otli — Candelo 11. 16 th — Bemboka 11. J. J. GUNNING, P. P. Ohurch of EngUtnU KAMERUKA PARISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be held as un der — „ OCTOBER. 2— Candelo S a.m. (H.C) ; Kameruka 11 a.m (H.C.) ; Wolumla 3 p.m. ; Candelo 7.30. 9— Bemboka 10.30 a.m; Tantawanglo 3; Candelo 7.30. 16 — Wolumla, 11 H.C. ; Candelo 3 p.m.; Kameruka, 7.30 23 — Tantawanglo 11 H.C. ; Bemboka 3; Candelo 7.30. 30 ? Niagara 11 ; Kameruka 3 ; Candelo 7-30. 19— Wednesday — Niagara 7.30. N. W. GARDNER Australasian. iYTethoclist Ohurc-h.^ DIVINE SERVICES will be conducted as under — OCTOBER. 9 — Pambula 11, Wolumla (town) 3.30, Candelo 7.30. 16— Burragate 11.30, Wyndham 3, Candelo 7.30. 23 — Candelo 11, Pambula 3, Eden 7.30 30 — Candelo 11, Bemboka 3. Rev. F. H. Walkden-Brown. iPres'byteria.n.. Bega every Sunday at 11 a...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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BRAINS AND ROUTINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

MAMS AM ROUTINE. C^r J^OMEBODY has said 'we are all -kjD socialists now-a-days.' There is no disputing this remark. Even the mosl, ardent conservative will recognise that it is impossible to do without some communistic section, even if -it is only in the direction of building roads or wuiu vus ur ui : promoung: euucauon. The real question at issue 'is one of degree, but if the experiences': of- the last century are to be taken as any guide at -all, then , we may confidently anticipate extensions of the socialistic principles into many new branches bf life. We are not now discussing ' whether. such a result will or will , not work for the greater benefit and con venience of tbe nation, we are merely tailing an accepted fact and discussing the best, way of dealing with it. What ever may be said for or against the theory of State management of enter prises in practice, 'it is found that it has many advantages and one glaring dis advantage. There is no getting away from the fact . that ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

TELEGRAMS. SvitNKY. J B.jd to 0; -cutter 'JIk, to lOos; cheese, to 8d ; lions. 8s to 5s ; roostt;i\s, os to 7.1. ' Tho Minister of Define ', in movin-r the second read ins* ni' i.iie Naval Defence Bill in Senate last ni^ht, said it was desirable to establish a Naval unit in the Pacific of which Australa and [ panada were to provide separate parts. I Australia's contribution at the outset would be one armoured Cruiser, and three cruisers of improved Bristol type, six Destroyers, and three Submarines. The completecostof the Australian unit would be £3,695,000, and the estimated cost of up-keep, including pay, was £500,000 annually. The debate was adjournad. Mr. Wade says that Sydney is threatened with a rery serious loss by the removal of the Imperial Squadron. Iu the House of Representative the second reading of the Northern Territoy Bill -was carried by 22 votes to 4. The Anglican .Synod negatived a pro posal for tlie establishment of an inde pendent Church in Australia. Dan Ans is ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Imlay Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Mflijj .siiiFg council. — ? A ? ? I.mlay Shire Council met at Eden on Friday last, all Councillors ? being present with the exception of Or. Moorliead, who sent an apology for being, unable to attend. The auditor reported that he had completed his halfyearly audit of the /I ?!-:: . 1. - L* -.t.J. ? VJOUllCll S UUUKo WiUU SUUSIUUlUL-y | results. _ i It was decided to communicate' with j the Clyde, Mumbulla, - Eurobodalla, Monaro, and Bibbenluke Shire Councils to arran ge for a uniform number of licenses for motor cars to be effected. It was resolved' to enter a protest against the proposed Federal Land Tax Bill, same being calculated. .to- increase tho burden of taxation for shire pur poses upon the reduced value of all lands. ^ Seriior-Constaole Gray, of Wyndham, was appointed an i n s pec tor o f sla 11 gh ter houses. Tho shire engineer reported that proceedings had1 been commenced against a , number of persons using . unlicensed vehicles. The engineer was instructed to ???Inive re...

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

A SOCIAL In aid of the Funds of the Candelo Cricket Club. WILL BE HELD IN THE SCHOOL OP ARTS — on — —Wednesday, October 19. ADMISSION : Gents 2/-, Ladies 1 /-. E. COLLINS, 7 Joint L. B. LAZARUS, j Hon. Sees -A PUBLIC PICNIC (In aid of the Tantawanglo Church of England Building Fund). —WILL BE HELD AT— TANTAWANGLO, RECREATION GROUND — ON— Saturday, 29th October, 1910. TICKETS : Adults 1/6, Children half-price. B. ALCOCK, ) Joint E. BRITTEN, ) Hon. Sees. Imlay Shire. NOTICE is hereby given that all rates, both current and arrears, must be paid by 31st October, 1910, and failing a settle ment on or before that date legal proceed ings will be taken for the recovery of all amounts outstanding. By order of the Council. E. P. EODD, Shire Clerk. Preliminary Notice. HORSEBREEDERS are notified that the blood stallion Previous, well-known Bega Cup winner, will stand the season in Candelo and travel the district. Pedigree in future issue. T. M'CARTHY, Proprietor. NOTICE. TO HORSEBREEDERS. TO st...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

The opium habit is said to be spreading iu London to an alarming extent* Many so-called Inebriates' Homes, it is stated, are almost entirely run for the treatment of opium victims, generally ' smart ' women, whose life of excitement has opposed them to the insidious nravinc whito t.liR nhn nlniri nf Holloway Prison some time ago declared to a lady visitor that the downfall of a large percentage of the female prisoners could be traced to the use of opium in one form or another. Ingenioue devices are adopted by its victims to get possession of the drug, and a good deal of it is believed to be introduced into London through the medium of the post from India and China. The impregnating of cigarettes with opium is another phase of the evil, which, it is suggested, is rampant. # # * THE CAUSE OF CONSTIPATION. The most common cause of constipation is a lack of exercise necessary to keep the muscles of the bowels active. That is why constipation is often brought on by too frequent use of pu...

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Royal Show at Liverpool, England, June, 1910. AWARD OF SILVER MEDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Royal Show at Liverpool, England, June, 1910. AWARD OF SILVER MEDAL. Somewhat delayed after most of the Awards were announced in consequence of the time re quired by the very thorough test to which the machines wern put, one of the Silver Medals offered lrv the Hoval Aerie ? — t/ ? O ? ultural Society of England for new inventions of striking value to agriculture, has been given to the latest models 'Alfa- Laval' Cream Separator. Ih competitive trials or ganised by the Koyal Agric ultural Society the 'Alf a-Laval' has carried off Four Eirst Prizes, including a Gold Medal. The Silver Medals offered for New Implements by the Eoyal Agricultural Society are much coveted distinctions. The 'Alfa-Laval' secured one of them on its first appearance in 1879 and today, 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 Separators put together and the wide re puta...

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Followed Instructions. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

[?] News agency companies play an impor tant part in the production of the daily press. The manager of anew company applied to the editor of a leading newspaper, and solicited his patronage. The editor replied that he had special correspondents in ninny parts of the ? 1 1 ? 1 - 1 ? ? 1 . - . *1 it... _ _ . ? \v (inn, uuu ujho em jji'jyeu cne services of two other news agencies. The manager was persistent, and the editor yielded to his persuasions, but added : '? Ton must take care that your news is always authentic, and yon need not trouble to send us trivial ' copy,' and leave out all ' sea serpents1 and such tilings.' The manager, of course, agreed. Presently he sent to the newspaper the ?ragic announcement : ''The Bishop of Java found dead on tbe seashore. This statement duly appeared. The friends of the Bishop were much startled and grieved, telegraphed expressions of sympathy to his rela tives, and enquired further details of .his death. Replies speedily came that the Bishop wa...

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

'To Producers. ? DAIRY irlaiPBOMOE I HAVE much pleasure in informing you that I have commenced business on my own account as a DAIRY and FARM 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 (over 15 years) with Messrs. Dcnham Bros., and thorough knowledge of tli c market, together with a cordial connection with both City ana Country Buyers, places me in the best posi tion possible to protect your interests, I will personally attend to all the more important details, consequently Producere consigning to niecan depend upon obtaining the BEST and QUICKEST RESULTS. Advances made against consignments when required. Butter shipped to home market on owners' account, and full value advanced. Account sales promptly rendered. T may say that my success already far eurpasses anticipations. Looking forward to an opportunity of doing business for you in my new capacity I am, Your...

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

| f Read This- f J ___ j | To Our 'Readers: We would ask you to help j |i us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep- j {! resentative newspaper by forwarding: at , || your earliest- convenience information that I will be of public interest. You will thus ! do much toward advertising your particu- j | lar part of the electorate. Should you !- f:;i! your copy of the R^coiin i l- 'i'iii.ariv. si. complaint made to us will re - ?- -''? -?}-« matter receiving prompt- laves- 1 I t 'i«n. ? \ ?f To CoxTBiBUTons: Whilst we unhesitatingly : ' throw our columns open to contributed j , articles' on any subject, we reserve the; right to veto ;:ny contribution, or sentence | of same whii'h we consider libellous or ; seditious. Should a writer assume a nom | Tra plumb, his real name must accompany i; h:s or her manuscript to insure publica- ? ; tion. Manuscript must bo legibly written j, j and reach us not later than Wednesday of each wcelc. | To Oorrf.spoxdents: To facilitate expedit-i- j ous pri...

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World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Wori-Wifle fifeffliiiip. ? o ? Brown was feeling rather seedy ' wheu he awoke one morning. He stretched out bis hand for the hand mirror, but absent-mindedly took np the hair brush instead. He gazed at the bristles for a moment, with ail expression of utter horror and despair, and then gasped, ' Great Scott- ! I do want- a shave.' 1 The Berlin correspondent of the Daily Exxress states that the main cause of the Portuguese rebellion was King Manuel's fascination for a French actress. Jt appears that the King acted indiscreetly, refusing to conceal his infatuation, and giving the woman presents of jewels of great value. * # * Speaker M'Donald, of the House of 'Representatives, is very careful wheu reading the opening prayer. Some of the country visitors felt as if they svere in church ; but a little girl sitting in the gallery was heard to say, 'Mum, what is that man praying for? Is be praying for the members ? ' No deal-,' replied the mother. ' He looks at the members, and then he pr...

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

| -And This. | j i ' — ^ ! Surscktbers to tho Soutwsrn Re^owd ai'0 : govtrncd l.y tl;o i'oile » i:ii; LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: ! 1. Subscribers who do not give expres j notice to the contrary are considered as ivish-i in g to contiuuc their subscriptions. ' 2. If subscribers Older llio di contii; ii;uice of their periodicals, liif publisher m::y cen tinup. to send them uutil arrears :ne piiid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to takej periodicals from the post office orother pia.ee to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills and ordered the periodicals to be die- : continued. ; 4. If subscribers move to other localities without informing the publishers, and their papers are s^ent to the former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that '' refusing to ta'ke periodicals from the office or remov-i ing or leaving them uncalled for, is pkijia ' faci evidence of intentional fraud. G. If subscribers pay i...

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

FLOWER SHOW AND SALE OF WQBK WILL BE HELD IN THE SCHOOL OF ARTS, CANDELO, —ON — w €«sisg & liiMrsaag, November 16th and 17th, Under the auspices of the Canuelo A. H. and D. F. Association. A. O. MANNS, Secretary. The Australian police have arrested a. monk named Macoch on a charge of having murdered his brother and doped with his widow. It appears that Macoch was the thief who stole from the Church of the Holy Mothei at Czentichau, Russian Polaud, in October, .1902, a diamond crown, s ( votive offeriug valued at £100,000. Macoch murdered his brother because he feared the brother would denounce ?him for the sacrilegious theft.

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Position of Parties. Saturday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Position of Parties. Saturday, 9 a.m. LABOR ... ... 46 LIBERAL ... 41 INDEPENDENT 3 No reliable figures are to hand in connection with the Local Option Poll.J

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

DELEGATE. TnE R. C. Ball, held in the School of Arts last Wednesday night, proved to Jje one of tho most successful functions lieid. for some considerable time past' about 80 couples attending. The secretary, -ur. j. ocoices, ana tlie committee worked untiringly through out, and must indeed feel gratified that their efforts were so well rewarded. A , Cinderella dance was held the following night, at which there was also a large attendance of both adults and children. Altogether the proceeds amounted to over &ob. The quarterly meeting of the Star of Delegate Lodge, G.U.O.O.F., was held last Thursday night, wheu there was a large gathering of members present The nsual business was transacted and officers elected for the ensuing six months. Bro. Jonah Goodman was elected N.Gr. Seven new members were balloted for and initiated. It was decided to hold the annual sports and bail cu Boxing Day, a committee to be appointed at the next fortnightly meeting to carry oat all arrangement...

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The State Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

He stale Elections. ? ♦ ? Following are the returns received up to the time of going to press : — Bega Electorate. Places Wood Riley Bega 852 659 Beniboka 133 10(5 Bermngui - 107. 116 Big Bog 6 26 Bombala 346 ' 2S6 Brickyards 48 45 Brogo 64 _ 16 Burragate 38 27 Candelo 267 166 Cobargo 152 134 Dignara's Creek 23 14 Eden 135 181 Kiah River 47 25 Lochiel 53 45 Merimbula 40 21 Mi I a ? 38 16 Milliugandi 24 12 Mogilla 31 -29 Murrah 27 16 Nethercote 3-5 25 Numbugga 38 82 Pambula 162 79 Pericoe 48 11 Pipeclay Creek 22 40 Quaatna 05 47 Quiuburra 28 16 Rock ton 58 25 Rocky Hall , 40 23 Tanja GO 40 Tantawanglo 58 15 Towamba 57 37 I Warburton Creek 11 30 Wolumla 118 61 Wollingburrah Wyndham 77 57 Yambulla 24 ' 64 Upper Brogo 24 10 Sydney Rand wick 3329 2634 Albury. Benjamin Clarence Lloyd. Lab. *Gordon Ranald McL-mrin, Ind. h.-ad. AexanJi'la. *.John R. Dncoy. Lit-., .1 t rues i *. [iortii1. i tid. lienry Smith, Lib. Alowpie. Cimrh-s ^'illi.uu Craig, Lab. leading *.YLark b\ Morton, Lib. Annanda...

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

Housewife's Mishaps. POISONED FINGER CAUSED BY FISHBONE. Another Speedt Cure By Zam-Buk:. Mrs. M. Adams, of 39 N-ipier Sf.i Fitzroy, Melbourne, says: — 'For general use in the house I have found Zam Buk indispensable. Two years ago a fish bone pierced my finger. The poison got into the wound causing it to fester and my finger swelled up en ormouesly. The pain was awful and for a month T. was unable to do any thing. I applied poultices, but these did not do any good iu the least. I ob tained medical advice and also went to the hospital,- but neither that or the doctor's treatment was of any benifit. 'Then I applied Zani-Buk to the wound and after a few applications, felt the pain ease. I continued the treat ment and all the poison was drawn out of the wound, the inflammation and soreness allayed and iu a short time my finger was quite better and I was able to resume duties. Now I am never without Zam-Buk in the house and have used it for chilblains, scrapes, cuts, injuries and sores ...

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Mr. J. H. Cann at Candelo. POINTS FROM THE SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Mr. J. H. COSFs d! ceitfeie. POINTS FROM THE SPEECH. Mi:. J. H Caxs addressed i lie electors 011 Friday night last iu the local School of Arts. There was a good attendance, aud throughout the whole address there was uot a murmur from the audieuce, other than occasional outbursts of . . ? . ._1 ? TV.r .. T-M.~ appreciative appiause. iur. xitvt? uu cupied tho chair. Mr. Cann handles his subject very ably and is a pleasing speaker. He said he did not come to abuse anyone, or to slander, or to tell lies, as their opponents gave them credit for doiug ; and any reference he made to Mr. Wood would be in regard to his political acts and not in a per sonal way. He contended that Mr. Wood was guilty of maladministration, in so far as that during the Broken Hill strike certaiu men were put on their trial, and evidence was given iu their favor by two Justices from Broken-Hill, with the result that Mr. Wood asked them for reasons why they should not be struck off the roll, and they were struck o...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

NEWS' km NOTES. In order that election results, so far -as could be procured, could be inserted J in this issue of the Record, readers wili ! receive their copy a day later than usual. | # # # * | Notf Mr E. I. Peli's oxtcuMve auc i'\ !? ? e. a ' e e .-.i :.s.sus. Ai-jii :Ic B cos. announce that *l.i-y have im plu^socd for sale in sm:il; -;{? i live cj'.!a:iii.!i.-'s. A social wili behold in the School (if Atis o;i \Veune.--day evening under the «uspiees of the Oatidelo Cricket Club.' & $ £« A LI. arr-yirs and current rates owing In i he Imlay Shire. Council must be settled on or before the 31st instant-. ^ Mi.ssks. Brown, Sharpe, and Blacker Vii'i sell -i'.)0 iiyad of mixed cattle at Cathcart on Wednesday next.. Pee ,-ulvt. * _ * * Mu. A i,i'. Roman's must have lost his logical equiiibrium .the other night when 1ij emphasised the two peculiarly' incouMSteut. observations that '? ho did not caue two straws for the selected man hiinstdt'' an! that a good. legislation on the s...

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Polical Pars from Mr. All Roberts, M.H.R. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

[?] ? ? On Tuesday evening Mr. Alf. Roberts, a South Australian M.H.R., delivered a political address ill the School of Arts to a very fair audience. Mr. Roberts is a very fine soeaker, with a bubble of 11 ? ~ ? ? ? 4-~ U ^OOCl Iiuinuur, HUU Aitf occuicu iu uo ggp considerably disappointed at the quiet- f ness of his bearers. He evidently is ? j;.. accustomed to something more exciting - /j than a sympathetic stare from those to whom he speaks. Mr John Pike oc cupied the chair. Mr. Roberts began by saying that lie had learned that Mr. Wood had met with an accident to one of his eyes, aud v.- he would like to publicly expiess his deep regret of the occurrence. . - He did not come along to speak for ; Mr. Riley because he happened to be Mr. Riley, but he came for the prin ciples and the platform of the Labor Party. He did not care two straws for the man, but because he kne.w that the policy of the party to which he belonged was good for the country he would en deavour to give it entir...

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