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DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
DELEGATE. At a publ'c meeting held lasfc Saturday 'Tiiglit, in tbe.l.Klife room of the G.TT.O. O.F., to receive the Grand-Master^ Bro.. H mil ley, quite a jleasant evening was spent. The Lin.II was packed, and all present thoroughly enjoyed the interesting adhess given by Bro. Hr.niloy, who, in turn,' expressed him. self as bei ig very gratified with the entlm-=ia.-m shown by the mernlers of the Slav of Delegate Lodge. A vote of thanks to Bro. Hunfley was proposal by Brc. E. A. Gardiner of the Pride of Delegate Lodge, M.U.O.O.F. was carried by acclamation. A special meeting of the G.U.O.O.F. was afterwards held, 06 members being present. Two lady ni! tubers were balloted for, and initi ated by Bro. Tluntley, when he specially enl.-gu.ed the members for the step they have la ely iakeu ii admitting lady u;c rnbers into the Lodge. Bro. HnnMcy left per motor, for Bombala on Sunday. : The roll of the skates is again to be hea:d i.i our little town, the promoters having decide! lo open th...
Inter-District. PAMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
[?] [From our Correspondents]. PAMBULA. On Thursday last, whilst' S. Mahoney (carter for Herman and Co) was de livering goods in Toallo Street with a horse and sulky, the rains got under the horses tail cansing it to bolt Mahoney was throwu out on his head the horse got away with the trap breaking it considerably, luckily 'San' got off with a few bruisis. Mr. Leo. Belli of Campbelltown ar rived here last Tuesday to see his fat her,; who has-been ill for a consider able time. The improvements to Toallo Street are almost compleated. The Euchre party and Dance (the funds to provide prizes for the School children) took pltoe last Thursday, night and was fairly well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Smaldon, of South i ambula, intend leaving for North shortly, A large party of Pambulaites went up to Bega Spring show yesterday. Mr. J. B. Pollock, late of the A.B.C. Bank here is at present stationed afc Wilcannia. ' If TsVepbrted that Mr. P. J.McGurie is doing a good buisness at Bega and that he is w...
Local Option Poll Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
Local option Poll Re turns. ? ^ ? Conti. Rednc. N.L. Bega 709 . Q7 640 Bermagui 120 9 26 Big Bog 19 0 12 Brickyards 39 8' 40 Brogo 29 3 45 Candelo 228 28 161 Cobargo 185 14 15 Diguam's Cr'k 25 4 8 Merimbula 32 4 20 Mogilla 41 3 16 Murrah 22 0 21 Painbula 108 81 59 Nnmbugga 83 9 24 Rocky Hall 49 2 16 Tauja 61 6 '26 Tantawanglo 40 6 26 Woolingubra 9 4 6 Wolumla 77 ? 5 94 Wyndham 93 5 36 Upper Brogo 10 ? 1 .? - 23 Bombala 332 36 236 Eden 203 19 85 Lochiel 52 5 24 Milliugandi 29 7 Qnaama .75 4 30 Nethercote 34 4 20 Quinburra 23 1 12 Rockton 35 5 22 Warburton O. 25 2 8 Sydney 36 6 22
Bega Spring Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
__ — «$. ? following are the nominations for the Bega Spring races to be held on the 12th November: — Trinl Handicap. Overlook ? :',.. 9 5 Lreux.... ? — ? 9 -'- . True Tib... .;...... ? .-? 9 0 Ruby Black (late Novelty)... 9 0 The Scale (late The Dentist) 8 12 Wood Lass (lato Woodbird) 8 12 Transfer .......'. ? 8 12 Jacob Allan.... ? ????? 8 5 Flying Handicap. Selah ? 9 7 Sennawood ? 9 3 Elouera..... ? ? ????? 9 3 Stitch-in-Time .......... ? .. 9 3 Harley (lato Kerley) ? 8 -5 ISfarriga ? ? 6 12 Hurdle Race. ?Silkland ? ..........-??.. ??? 12 7 Wobbigong ? 9 9 Sterling Bill (late Willie)... .9 0 Ruby Black (late Novelty) 9 0 The Kiug ? '. ? ' 9 0 High-weight Handicap. Harley (late Kerley) ? 10 2 Brown Bird ? 9 4 Spliuterwood ? 9 2 Espero ? S 12 Narriga ? \ ? 8 11 Lreux ? 8 0 True Title ? 8 0 November Handicap. Selah ? 9 5 Sennawood ? 9 1 Stitch-in-Time;.......,.:.'....... 9 1 Elouera....'. ? 9 1 G.H ? 8 5 Romance ? 7 7 Time Handicap Trot. - Rebel Reel ? ............. Scr. Velocity ? ...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
[?] ilK. W. Vaughan, who bas for some years resided at Bald Hills, Pambula, has secured a farm 9 miles out of Nowra, ami is removing there. * * * Electors are requested to peruse the Imlay Shire Council notice in our ad't. columns. * # * W.M. Rixox will offer for sale, at ]STewtowu, Bega, on Tuesday, 5th Nov., 1 allotment of ground, See advt. + + t Wm. Rixon reports having conducted a very highly successful clearance sale of dairf herd, horses, and plant on the farm, Gordon's Folly, on Monday on account of Mr. Vanghan. Cows made to £6 7s Gd, and the whole herd of milkers and dry cows averaged over £3, team of working bullocks £0, breeediug sows £4 18s, dry sows £2 0s, slips £1 8s, weaners ISs ; draught horses sold to £20 10s. The dairy plant and farm implements also realised good prices. * * * The members and intending members of the Bega Cricket Club will hold their first practice on Saturday after noon. Should St. Johu's form to morrow night, their members will also ioin in. — S. ...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
[?] The steamer Wally has been wrecked off Para. Seme of those on board were saved, but 50 persons are still rcissing. # * * The directors of the Lyon'sMediter rean railway have allocated £100,000 with which to reward the employees who remained faithful to their service during the recent strike. By the ex- '♦ plosion of a bomb on a balcony at the Quai d'Orsay recently a number of wiudows were broken. A bomb has also been discovered on the railway near Charleville. * * * During Sunday the jewellery estab lishment of li. M'Dougall, 279 Little Collins-street, Melbourne, was broken iuto, and articles estimated to be worth between £600 and £700 were stolen. Entrance was effected through the fanlight over a door, which had been left slightly opeu. * * . ? * At the inquest held at Peak Hill on Saturday, held by Mr. H. N\ Gibson f district coroner, on the body of John James Guilfoyle, the postmaster who shot himself recently, evideuco was given to the effect that the deceased had complained...
A. H. & D. F. Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
A. H. &D. F. ASS©£li ANNUAL MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the A. H. and D. P. Association Committee was held in the School of Arts on Thursday, 20th inst. Present :— Mr. J. A. Gordon, (chairman), Messrs. G-. Porter, T. Heffernan, W. J. Irvin, H. P. Collins, P. Beres ford, W. Collins, J. T. Collins, G. Goward, P. Collins, C Bright, J. Coman, and A. 0. Manns, (Secretary.) The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con firmed. Correspondence was received from Mr. D. Norman, accepting the right of the merry-go-round at the next show, and forward ing a cheque for the deposit. The meeting completed the revision of the schedule, and the following special prizes were donated. Mr. C Bright, 2s 6d to classes 1, :2, 3, and 27 in section 9. Lucas Bros. £1 2s for Cham pion Dairy Cow open to all breeds including grades, to be judged on appearance. J. T. Collins, £1 to be added to the first prize for farm trophy. The following letter was also received from the Agricultural D...
The Eyesight. Ernest Bosch's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
TIi€ Ep$i§Hi Ernest Bosch's Visit. 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 your needs. lhe highly trained expert of Mr. E. Bosch. F.S.M.C, of Martin Place and Pitt Street, Sydney, will again visit Candelo and may be seen at Manns ' Hotel on Tuesday 1st November, 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., also at Mudie's Hotel, Bemboka, Monday 3lst October, till 4.30 p.m. Residents of this district should not Io8e the opportunity of having their eyes examined by this eminent optician. '
The World not Going Crazy. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
ite worw i@l ©Mil Craig, ? A ? Eminent doctors have renewed their alarm that insanity is greatly on the increase, but (says an American writer) . it may only seem so. In the early days of our nation there was .so much individuality, botli ot ac tion and expression of opinion and of general behaviour and deportment, that the widest variations in demeanor were considered quite normal. Now any deviation from the accepted commonplace in manner or view is held to be eccentric,' if not worse. After centuries of the moulding influence of fixed ideas and fixed rules ot conduct in China, the Chinese as a people came to look, speak, and act exactly alike. There is no in sanity in China. Until West ern nations appeared ^on its horizon, with a few intellectual novelties, as well as other bric a-brac, and Yankee notions, there hadn't been a new idea in China for 2000 years. If we keep on locking up all our queer people in large brick and stone buildings, and appointing 'attendants' to watch over...
Eden Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
? . _A ? The monthly meeting of the above took place at the Bord room on Tues day morning, the following being pres- I ent : Messrs. T. Cochrane (chair), W. Hanscombe, J. A. Gordon, Jos. Keys, W. Hasliugden, C. Parbery, T. J. Kelly, 0. O. Fuanes (inspector), aud W. A. Ziugel (secetary). A ietter was received from the De partment of Argricnlture asking for an approximent area of the public land, as defined by the Act, within the dis trict of Eden. It was decided to write to the district Surveyor, Goulburn, asking if he could supply the infor mation. The department of Agriculture wrote asking for a contribution of £3 14s 2d towards the revision of the ''Sheep Brauds and Marks Directory.' It was decided to advice the Chief Inspector of stock that the Board was agreeable to pay the amount. The bauk book showed a credit bal ance of £411 19s. Several small accounts were passed for payment. The inspector reports that he had in spected A. Riches' wirenettiug fence, and that the fence was no...
By Edith Allan, Public School, Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
Ky Edith Allan, Public School, Candelo. WoiiK and worries, I have often beard it said, always go together; bnt I do not think this correct. Those who say this are evidently confusing work with worry, believing to worry is to work, bnt only succeed in making themselves look old, haggard, and everyone around uneui n» iuisuiiium as tnemsei ves. Worry is a sure death to happiness aud good looks, as' well as being very injurious to the health. Did yon ever hear of anyone dying of work ? It is not the work in reality that is the cause of death, but, the worry and constant strain on the nerves which breaks down the constitution and eventually causes death. Worrying is a disease' with some people ; they don't seem to be able to help it; they have evidently fostered the habit, until it has grown too strong to resist. They grumble about the dry eather and if ifc rains for a few days the boot is on the other foot ; there is sure to be a flood and spoil the bit of crop, and so on, making mounta...
Lord Beaconfield's Asphorisms. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
Lard Bericonfield'i Asphorisms. ? o ? Thi:ee is no education like advesity. A pure conscience may defy city gossips. All must respect those who respect themselves. The youth of a nation are the trustees of posterity. Action may not always bring happi ness; but there is no happiness without action. Art is order, method, hnrraouions results, obtained by fine and powerful principles. All is mystery; but he is a slave who will not struggle to penetrate the dark veil. One sIimiiIiJ i:onqnei-r tit' « ???!?!. not fO ??-,: i;f'H- a MI.-III. hut :ti i ma, for idi-a- :u -t f iv I'wr.
WORK AND WORRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
WORK AND WORRIES. By Gertie Johnson, Convent School, Candelo. 'Work, which is exertion in either a physical or mental manner is necessary in more than one way. We have to earn all we get nowadays and besides winning our bread, labor makes us strong and keeps us in that condition. Of course the amount oi work we should do is limited. Some people work from ' early morn to dewy eve' until they become seriously ill. In the end they are no better off, be cause the doctor's bill or a trip squanders all the little extra earnings. A good steady worker is al ways strong and happy, so after all it is the worry, not the work that kills. Every kind of labor holds some worry as an associate but that does not mean that workers have to go through life fretting about things that can't be helped. In the month of January some people start worrying over ' John Brown's bill' 'due on Dec. 31st. People who thus meet troubles half way can't be happy. Young people are often lead on to sin by such a worry. ...
What Mother Used to Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
Wit®! Mother il§€fl fo Say. I went to hear a lecture at the church the other day— By a man re nouned for what he knows and things that he cau say ; I thaught perhaps that I would learn some wisdom know ledge from the lot he'd scatter round ; But my! I found I was surprised when — though I had to pay— tbe things he said did not compare what mother used to say. I've read some books on hovv to live to be well all my' life— And how to bring my children np, and how to treat ray wife. In fact on every sub ject they tell you what to do, but seemES to me thny cannot tell '; me any thing thats new; For I heard, far better teachings back in my youthful days when I listened to the simple truths that mother used to say. ' . '. So they cau have their lectures aud books of wisest lore, And orators and teachers aud professors by the score i But I've found by years of lining that the teachings thab I've learned at mother's knee, and to the end of life to try to live from day to day and be guided on...
Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
Sparks iron tire Anvil. ? A. ? . ' The Grace of God forbid We should be overbold to lay rough hands On any man's opinion. For opinions Aiv, cenes ! venerable properties, And those who show tho most decrepti tude Should have the gentlest handling.' 4-4-4. ? i i A woman s strength is most potent when robed iu gentleness.' — Lamar- tine. * * * Remember, woman is most perfect when most womanly.'— Gladstone. * * * 'No man is so wholly right that he can afford to say that nothing is wholly wrong.' * * * ' All great and extraordinary actions come from the heart.' t t t ' A thought good or evil, an act, in time a habit, so runs life's law ; what you live in your thought-world, that, sooner or later, you will find objectified in your life.'— R. W. Trine. + + + Then gently scan thy brother man, Still gentler sister woman ; Though both may gang a kennie wrong, To step aside in is human.' — Burns. + + + Sense is the diamoud, weighty, solid, sound, When cut by wit it casts a brighter beam ; Yet,...
By Alice Fitzell, Public School, Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
By Alice Fitzell, Public School, Candelo. Work and Worry are to very different things. Yon hear of people being over worked, but it is nearly always over worried. It is not much use worrying about things, as no ous will take any noHce of you and you waste your time. bomehmes worrying does people a great deal of harm. Some people if they have the slightest illness start worrying and so the illness grows. j ou otten hear people grumbling about their work, and saying its to hard and they ''cant' do it. 'Cant' is only a way of trying to' shirk dnty. Worrying and grumbling always go together. If you are cheerful and good humoured when you have trouble you will find it not so hard to bear. You will find that a person who is good humoured and does not worry is nearly always healthy and happy. So you see it is not work that harms you but worry. Th;re s a silver lining to every cloud. a:id if if. is black out side, turn it inside tmt so .-is to be able to see the silver lining. You can alway...
BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
B0A1BALA. In the Hoad's team match at ^Randwick, last Saturday, tlis Boinb.iln ltifie Club soeured. a place ; and a £2 prize in the j.vi.igi's vr -:ts Avon by S. Martin, ? of Delegate. Out of the eleven stallions .recently examined by the yeter WTuity Inspector at tli3 parade on the Show Ground, six of them have been awarded certifi cates. The women's branch of: the Libsral and lie form Association held a meeting on 'Wednesday last, and settled up accounts incurred by them at the election. It is their intention to meet occasionally and keep up with the political business of the day. The annual hospital ball plain, and fancy, dress took place in the School of Arts on Thursday, and a Cinderella on- .Friday. It was not as great a success as. oil' previous occasions, although '-a large number turned up, and.', a very enjoyaL le and pleasant time was spent. The money received amounted to about £26, and about another £20 ? was collected. The fancy dresses vrere very taking, both of the ad...
Homely Things. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 22 October 1910
Homely Things. Scorns not the homeiy virtues. .We are prone To scorch through all the world for something now : And yet sometimes uht-fasbioueu things 1 are hest — Old-fashioned work, old-fashioned rec titude. Old-fashioned honour and old- fash;. -:;ud prayer, Old-fashionod patients- that l\i:j bid'.' its time Old-fashioned fin-siili-.- s.-n nil ft*. *jii the world, ' Old-fashioned satisfaction wit is '???? '.is, Old-fashioned candunr ;ir.irTt!iM-'i--'tv. Old-fashioned folks iiisir pj-ncti.-'e what: they preach.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910
S? §? -ci fSB S? &-/r ® gSS 1 pE -§ /i M. m $ M pi ?$? M, $ $- »» $ m £ CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. 1. Open to all children of both sexes, 15 years and under, resid ing within tlie 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. A. Each Manuscript will be numbered, and minus the 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. Us list of selected subjects.^ DATE. SUBJECT. WRITERS' NAMES. Aug-. 20 27 SEPT. 3 „ 10 ,, 17 24 OCT. 1 8 „ 15 „ 22 29 i NOV. 5 ! 12 „ 19 „ 26 DEC. 3 „ 10 „ 17 1 24 j Prominent Australians (Past and Pre- ( sent.) ( 'School Friends...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910
Church Services. ? Candelo District. Oatholio. |^JASS will be celebrated as under — OCTOBER— 30th — Candelo 11. ?J. J. GUNNING, P. P. Chui'oli of E villain l KAMERUKA PARISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be held aa un der — OCTOBER. 2 — Candelo 8 a.m. (H.C) ; Kameruka 11 a.m (H.C.) ; Wolumla 3 p.m. ; Candelo 7.30. 0— 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 J. 30. 19 — Wednesday — Niagara 7.30. N. W. GARDNER Australasian. JVIetHocii.st Uiiuroh. 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 Rev. F. H. W alkdkn-Brow n\ rrestoyterian. Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m Candelo every second Sunday in each month at 3 p.m. Rev. Wsr. Watts. Bombala District. METHODIST SERVICES! OCTOBER. 2 — Beresford ...