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

BIBBENLUKE. It is expected that Friday next will cause, a great deal of excitement among our local towns folk, as the majority of them that we now meet are talking .poli lies.. On Sunday afternoon last sleety showers commenced falling, and ontiuued until nightfall, and on Monday snow continued to fall, only ceasing for short intervals, and by G o'clock that afternoon we again had the opportunity of seeiug a snow clad landscape so common oil Monaro. The long-waited for match between the local lads aud the Cathcart lads took place on the local ground ou Saturday last, oui lads agaiu coming out victorious. The day turned out to be rather warm for football, aud the lads thinking it so, approached their captain's on th 3 subject' whom as it was were of tho same opiuion them selves, and thus agreed for a short game. Both sides were minus one or two players, but some good play was exhibited. Tho visitors won the toss and preferred to defending the northern goal during the first half. Throu...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Inter-District. ED[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Inter-District. Fro'm j i.' C ^'respondents. ED-;. It we-i'il ?'* t IV' irfW ? 1-iys. -? i ; !;» witids a a* I tain. ():i Tiii'-. i tv M inting snow was visible on Mt. fiuiii/. On Tuesday night Mr. Cauu, of Broken-Hill, addressed a meotiiig in support of cmdidat.e Riley, and the baoour cause. b: .-ce ail previous speakers he gave its the same old tale, and during his criticism of Wade for gaoling Bowling, said if the Labour Pa rt}'- gained the day Bowling would soon be free. Mr. Riley has bad all sorts of assistance in the fight, but I feel sure that he will be greatly disappoint ed when the figures go up on Friday next.. The Meiimbnla came in on Tuesday night having passed the other ports owing to the rough seas runniug, and did not leave here until Wednesday evening. : . ' H.M.S. Cambrian came in Wednes day morning, and the 'Powerful'' with Admiral Henderson on board) arrived this mo.'ning, Thursday. All'. Morgan,- late editor of the Observer, went' 'to Sydney by the Merimbula on ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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The Eyesight. Ernest Bosch's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

?! Tie spiff!?. . ; .. Ernest Bosch's Visit. v The eyesight is the most precious of gifts. Impaired or defective Eyesight is almost a crime in these days. To need glasses and not to get them is risking health. To get glasses that are not properly adjusted and fitted is to make a bad matter worse. By educa tion and much experience we can give you glasses that precisely fit vour needs. Tim 1 1 1 rrl i Nr , Q/! ' r, P M'n li1 ?''' nu.ui.u x.i.v. ,j. Boscir. F.S.M.C., of Martin Place and Pitt Street, Sydney, will again visit Candelo and may' be seen at Manus ' Hotel 011 Tuesday 1st November, 0 a.m. to 4.3U p.m., aiso at iinrlie's. Hotel, Bemboka, Monday 31st October, till 4.30 p.m. Residents of this district should not lose the opportunity of having their eyes examined by this eminent optician. One of the medical inspectors of State School children in Victoria says that fully 50 per cent of the 3000 children examined required dental at tention. t + + 4* 4* 4* Adelong graziers complain o...

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By Jim Collins, Convent School, Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

By Jim Collins, Convent School, Candelo. Some boys seem to think that girls are not good for anything, but that is unjust. Girls are all right in their own way, and I am sure that any boy who has a sister will agree with me. Of 1 course some girls are as vain as pea cocks. lo see tliem strut about when they have a new dress, aud tight boots on would cause a boy t.o- fall over with laughter. Then they seem to think that boys are always admiring them ty saying, 'Oh, isn't. she pretty,' or 'doesn't she look lovely.' Sometimes girls are too proud to recognise a^-bny especially if he has his working clothes on. But if girls have their fau'ts they also have their good qualities, They can make a home look pretty by their fancy work; also some of them are not too bad at cooking and cleaning np the house. But then if the boys go into any of the rooms they are continnaily calling out mind you don't spoil anything and so make everything miserable for us. Some girls expect their brothers to bo ...

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

WYNDilAM. Mr. George Robinson who lias been conducting dairying operations for Messrs. Turbett for the pa,st few years has removed to Kameruka) . Mrs. M. A. Collins, who has sr.ct.;beeii well now for so::ne time was again removed to Patnbula on Sunday. Wint-ry weather has 'suddenly re turned. Monday and Tuesday'' have been very eolu. Nice showers have fallen and there is a bright outlook. Saturday was a joyful day for the children, the annual Sunday School picnic was held on the R'-creat ion Ground. It was an ideal day, and there was a good attendance. Pu niv or games made good sport, while enjoy ment of another kind was derived from the good eatables provided by the parents of the .scholars. A service o; Song, ' Won by a Child' was held in the church at, night, and was well attended. Admission sixpence, .and total takings for both picnic and entertainment amounted to £3 7 s 7d. which was indeed satisfactory. Tho prizes which are annually distributed amoug tho scholars wili te purch...

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By Gertie Johnson, Convent School Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

By Gertie Johnson, Convent School j Candelo. ) In the estimation of boys, girls aro considered useless. Perhaps a few of them are. but I think that they are more useful than boys. What would a boy do if you set him to tidy a room ? T7i,-uf. nf oil liPi'r) Hiisf: then h«M sween. and then wonder why the furniture looked as though it never saw a duster. After that he would shake all the mats in the room, and then very likely knock something down and break it. All newspapers are bundled in a heap under the table or some such place. Then, what use would a boy boat the wash-tub ? What a sight he would exhibit! He'd splash that much that the tub would have to be filled more than once for the same lot of clothes. The soap would be in his hair, and r eyes, and perhaps in his mouth, and the clott:es would look no better iu the end. Indeed put a boy to do any domestic work and you'll find him a muddler. If a boy is allowed into the kitchen to i cook pity help the mess left for the poor girls t...

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Inter-District. TATHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Inter-District. ? ? ? n From our Correspondents,, TATHRA. The suffragette development- in Eng land ij making some impression on our Australian mothers, wives and daugh ters, in so far as to call forth feminine indignation, against audacious man for daring to shake his breeches at co operative petticoats. 'The trail of the serpent indeed,' ' My word ' but we 11 show up his weakness for apples, after a few more lessons iu jui-juits. He has fooled us as his convenient pets long enough, but now, our growing superior ity must needs command his respectful submission ; otherwise, we'll plant an orchard for his special delectation, with more snakes than figleaves. The wouder to us ladies, is, that he has never acknowledged the conceit of his nakedness before, hence, let him perch 011 the ' tree of knowledge for a coi' respondiug time that we have born second place,' For the most part he is stomach, rum, and tobacco, so we deem it but duty to suppress his bingy, prohibit his rum, and hide hi...

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Children's Corner. ESSAY COMPETITION. CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

ChiWren?s Corner. W if %' W W H ^ ^ ^ W 1 ^ k - ..'v&t--. *»&»*-? CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. 1. Open to all children of both sexes, 15 years and under, resid ing within the ^Federal Electorate. 2. Each Competitor must write upon at least ten of the chosen Subjects to be eligible for a Prize. B. Essays, not to exceed 500 words, must reach us on Monday of each week to ensure Publication. 4. Each Manuscript will be numbered, and minus the writer's nn T?v-ivnm£-vc JJ.LlU.iC, panacu UJi uv.i Uti.^ 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 SELECTED SUBJECTS.^ DATE. SUBJECT. ? WRITERS' iVAMES. ? Aug:. 20 Prominent Australian-i (Past and Pre-H sent.) 1 27 'School Friendship.' SEPT. 3 ' Eden and Its Port-. „ 10 ' Courage, Physical and Morai.'...

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By Clarice Gorman, Convert School Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

By Chvrico Gorman, Convent School Ciisidclo. Bots who have no sisters seem to think that girls are horrid creatures, but I feel sure if they had the happiness of possessing one their minds would f'linnorp r»nmr»lofulr Tnct*. ^ P i-»1T the good'the girls are: They keep their brothers' clothes iu good order, and they ofteu shield them when in dis grace. And it is the gills who tend with loving care a sick brother, for boys are useless where the sick are concerned. They are so awkward in a sick room that they would be the death of a patient. Again look what good cooks some girls are, and I know well that boys like nice things especially in the pAstry line. Wouldn't the boys grumble if after a dirty day's work they - had no clean shirt or collar to put on, and who does this duty for them but their sisters. So you see boys, the girls are not as useless as you imagine ? Then if a boy wanted to iuuiv tcij omul -i ufiuce isn r ic ms sister who puts a finishing touch to hts toilet ? If boys ...

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Inter-District. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Inter-District. From our Correspondents! BOMBALA. ^ nn ntlilrcsp ' ;l '1! -?: Arts o;) \v (,tliics-!;i v 1 ?-!, A . Rolv.M-ls .Spoko Oil ?.!'-!!, -sday in th,. interests- of the Labor i:mvei».eiit, a:.«l l.?.d a very 'good muster . . £ --.I ? L ... - ? '* .. i «it-uu)rs:?una.Ji;pre.sent- were greatly ^ taken witb his speech. - i\Ii. H. Clark delivered rui address on Monday night last in favor of L^bor. I here was not a very larfj;e 'gathering' ?s the night was 'very cold and wet. Mr. A. McKitchie, of the Falls, near town, was out riding on Monday after noon when his horse tell with him det-'locating the shoulder. Dr. Merri field was called iu. We are pleased to hear that he escaped without more serious injury and hope to hear of his very speedy recovery. The weather here lias been most changeable during the last few day-, from nice warm days to sleet and hail, about an iuch and a half of snow falling yesterday averaging about 20 points' in' all. There is every prospect of a very goo...

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

* Queen's Hotel, m Willian Street, CANDELO. | JC 'OOLCTir Juar., I; - - - 3r '-PBiZTOP. - - - i- . ^ . __l_ri_ . i'iv-it- 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. I I ? | ? w ? I ? If I _ | If Waist j Want a M W a set Good I j of Saddle. | |j Harness. I m li I £-n II - GO TO - - F. ARYANS'. - ' PRICK AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. ? :x: ? All the latest designs in Stationery, Toys, Books, School and Artists' Re quisites. A Choice Assortment of Suitable Birthday Books, and Presents, and ma, ny other lines to numerous to particularize. A cordial invitation is extended to all to call and inspect the above lines. The Latest Fashion Journals, weekly and monthly, always on hand. Bega - Cooma Motor Service. ! Leave Bega on Tuesdays & Fridays and will CALL AT CANDEL...

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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 15 October 1910

Things In General   Mr. T. Forsyth, of Bombala, is the successful tenderer for the Cathcart Candelo mail. # * # In the Equity Court, Sydney, iast week an order was made to enforce the payment of calls by 44 defaulting shareholders in the Wolumla Gold Mines, Ltd. The amount. of calls due range from £389 downwards. =» ?* # The member of the Legislative Assembly for Monaro, at the close of his address to the electors at Queau beyan recently, in support of Mr. Cnsack, the Labor candidate, sang a song. * * * One day last week Mr. Phil. Buuston whilst on bis way to work, killed a large snake, and, on his return home, was surprised to find another snake and in the act of swallowing the deaci one, only a foot of the dead one being visible. — Eden Observer. 4 * # ft The Commonwealth Parliament has Deen invicea to seuu 10 memoers r.o London in conuection with tlie King's coronation. The following sentence contains all the Jetters of the alphabet, and only five duplicated letters:...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Children's Corner. ESSAY COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910

-vAAAA-bA*-^A-^'a^'S^'6-e^^--fc-^^-k^4y£y&-^^^ CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. 1. Open to all children ol! both sexes, 15 years and under, resid ing within the Federal 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 Monday of each week to ensure Publication. 4 Each Manuscript will be numbered, and minus th e writers 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. l£ LIST OF SELECTED SUBJECTS.^ DATE. SUBJECT. WRITERS' NAMES. Aug. 20 (Prominent Australians' (Past and Pre sent.) 27 'School Friendship.' SEPT. 3 ' Eden and Its Port. , „ 10 ' Courage, Physical and Moral.' „ 17 '* Original Stories.' 24 ''Up-to-date In...

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Happiness. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910

Happiness. ? ♦ ? It is not rank or wealth that brings True happiness to any man ; For both may fly on transient wings, Or last but for a little span Ambition has no power to charm, When strength and life begin to waue ; The world's opplause can never calm ihe weary heart in hour of pain. Expected joys elude our grasp, Ami hope grows dim with doubts and f ea r.s, While fevered pulses long to clasp. The vanished forms of brighter years. Youth like a phantom steals away, ? And pleasures follow in its train ; While never more by night or day Can we entice them back again. A well-spent life that none can blame, A consecience from offences free, Unscarred by wrong, and sin, aud shame, Is only true felicity. A noble heart, devoid of self, That tries to elecvatehis kind, And seeks for no reward in pelf, A perfect happiness may find. A loving life whose end and aim Is to do good what'er beside ; To lesson evil, want and shame, And scatter kindn-'R.s far and wide. ; Good deeds and actions pav...

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It Pays. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910

It Pup. It pays to wear a smiling face, And laiagh our troubles down, For all our little trials wait Our laughter or our frown ; Beneath the magic of a smile Our doubts will fade away, As melts the frost in early spring Beneath the sunny ray. It pays to make a worthy cause, By helping it, our own, To give the current of onr lives A true and noble tone ; It pays to comfort heavy hearts, Oppressed with dull despair, And leave in sorrow-darkness lives A glem of brightness there. It pays to give a helping hand To eager, earnest youth, To note with al! their waywardness Their courage and their truth ; To strive with sympathy and love The confidence .to win, It pays to open wide the heart, And let the sunshine in

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Poetry. Living. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910

[?] living. ''Life,' thy life ! Live every day As though it wei'e thy last, Tho' not with fear and trembling And wishing that it were past; Bat live thy life in such a way That if sorrow thy portion be, Remember thy Father in heaven, And he will remember the. 'No sorrow but what has its mission, No trial but leaves time refined, If ony the life thou art living Be turned to love manking. No' trouble can ever asail thee, No anguish thy heart can wring, If only tkou draw from heaven, From life's eternal spring. 'So live thy life, that if with joy Thy cup shall overflow, By passing along the sunshine Thy own shall surely grow. Give only a word of hope or cheer, Only a look or a smile ; But to see a sad face brighten, Will make it worth you while. 'Then live thy life in fullest measure, And whether of pain or joy, It will redound to 'thy honour, Which naught on earth can alloy. And when at last thy life shall close, No vain regrets will be thine. Thy heavenly Father shall take thee home ...

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The Prototheria. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910

Tlte prototRcria. (BY 'OUDEES') Vertebrate auimals may be divided into four great classes — Fishes, Reptiles, Birds, aud Mammals. It is interesting to note that, the ancient fossiliferous strata show that the above was exactly tho order in which vertebrate life appeared upon the earth — the lower form before the higher. The records of the .rocks show very clearly that the evolution of the higher from the lowei proceeded all along the line, not only in the case of vertebrate animals ; but in that of all living things, animal or vegetable. Hence, failing any other evidence, it is always safo to assume that the lower tpyos antedate the more highly developed. Of the vertebrates, the highest class is that of the mammals, and the most lowly division of the mammals is the Prototheria. This rather formidable term is a Greek compound meaniug 'original beasts.' Being the simplest we may assume that they are the most ancient, and, sure enough, the very earliest mammaliau remains known are ascr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910

Nearly Roasted Alive. ? « ? TERRIBLE BURNS LEAD TO OTHER SUFFERING. Despaired Of Recovery, But Was Cured By Zam Buk. Mrs. W. Bewick, of Euambeliue Dandaloo, N.S.W., says:— 'About six' teen mouths ago while cooking at an open fire-place at Woetawaa Station, Wee Waa, I was severly burned through my clothes catching fire. My right lea and my arm were almost roasted, my leg being one great wound from the knee right up to my thigh. For three months I was an inmate of the Wee Waa hospital, but did not derive any benifit from the treament there. Then I was transferred to a hospital in Sydney, where I stayed for another three months with the same dis appointing results. All the effects of doctors and nurses failed to do me any good. 'At last the doctors tuiJ me they could do no more for me, and I was sent home. For four months I was an invalid at home using the treatment prescribed at the hospital, but my con dition remaiued the same ; the wounds would not heal.' 'About this time a friend p...

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The Cost of Living in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910

Tii€ £©st of living in soutt Airico. Some interesting details on the subject of the cost of living in South Africa are supplied by the ' Transvaal Leader.' The cost of living in Johannesburg was at one time^excessive, Dutit,is now more reasonable than at any other period. After the war the demand for house and room accommodation was far in excess of the supply, aud rents and other charges became gravely inflated. Small houses of three, four, and five rooms commanded any rent from £15 to £30 per month, while to-day tho same class of accommodation, and even a very superior class, with any of the most ' modern ' improvements, may be had at from £o to £12 per month, ac cording to the neighbourhood in which it may be situated. Assessment rates are high. Articles of ordinary consumption are not dearer on the Rand than elsewhere in South Africa. All groceries are expensive; sugar is 3d (softf, and (3d (loaf) per lb. ; eggs may be anything from Is 6d to Gs ; bread, Is 6d the loaf; milk frot...

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The Holy Cross. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910

me Holy cross. 'God forbid that I should glory save iu the Cross of onr Lord Jesus Christ.' -Gal. 6, 14. The Church which Paul had founded at Galatia was in danger of being rent by internal troubles. It was a saw surprise a grief for Paul to hear that trouble some men nad found their way into the Church and had shaken the faith of some of it's members. These Judaizing teachers who proved themselves hollow hippocrites, if they were legal Zealots, had caused the same toouble in the Church at Antioch, and now had moved on to Galatia with their sheep stealing tactict. The result was the fradnal, yet none the less effectual, alienation of these members from the doctrine which Paul had preached to them, and by which he had won them out of the world. They were on the point of submitting to the rite of circumsion when Paul wrote to them. There is a strain of disappointment and pained surprise running through his letter. ' Ye were running well what did hinder you.' He was sad to think that t...

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