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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

WANTED. WANTED a SMART BOY lo assist with motor-car and to bo generally useful. Apply. Dr, W. A. Rajisay Sharp, Candelo. FLOWER SHOW AND SALE OF W0BK WILL BE HELD IN THE SCHOOL OF ARTS, CANDELO, — ON — mnsloi s Tiiirsiiiif, November 16th and 1 7th, Under the auspices of the Candelo A. H. and D. F. Association. A. O. MANNS, Secretary. INSUEE WITH THE MsMiffli Mitudi Firs Insurance scij., 01, PITT & KING STREES, SYDNEY. Biaks of FIRE, PERSONAL ACCIDENT, PLATE GLASS, &c., covered at LOWEST RATE. G. HOWARD POPE, Manner. W. 11. JOtiy^ON. Agent CANDELO

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
He took his Profession too Seriously. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

He tooft his Profession too serioislg. The court-martial on Lieut - enant Sutor has placed the ad ministration of the army in a very unfavourable light, writes a home paper. Lieutenant Suitor's office, like that of Lieut 'TTT^J 1 ? l __ 1 ? l ? uucujlu vv uuiij sterns ivj iiciY 6 oee n that he took his profession seri ously. He did not enter it merely to pass the time pleasant ly and to enjoy the advantages of the position. He seems to have become a marked man very early in his military career, and because he went on his way learning his business paying no heed to 'the traditions of the service,' it was actually suggest ed that he must be mad. There is no doubt that the vital law in the British army system, so far as the officers are concerned is that they don't get enough work. They have to be up early in the morning to go -through j a formal parade. After that they have a few trivial, useless duties to perform, and then they j are finished for the day. It is 1 considered a great h...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stand at Ease. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Still fli Ess®. (CONTRIBUTED.) The election is s.li over, aud every one . resigned, To clean the boots of office in normal peace of mind ; Whilst the Budgkt and the Staxdakd, did everything it could, To win the spurs of battle and fly the flag for Wood ; So enter in ye children, both faithful to your Lord, And kinovloms rnlfi for fivfir. vfiw.nrdfid in accord ; But the Southern Star of Bega siill twinkles in the night, In search of Hnl'ey's comet, very, very pretty sight. We are liberal in our labour, and labour liberally, Agreeing so lo diPfer from our central to the .sea; Jingling the irons, now, heirlooms of the Si ate. In smi'ing disposition, with love in lieu of hate: So rally round the St.vxi.uisd, aud keep your powder dr}% The Cudget will lirx'ORD it with /J count, signing cry : If only. Oh, if oulj the Star wa* trinity, We'd W;ide with Wood to glory i i one affinity. IIow often, Oh, how often have we mixed our smiles aud teais, To blend the temperamental with con fidence and...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

worifl-w lie Gleanings. Seven persons were drowned by tho wreck of the Portuguese liner Lisboa near Paternoster Point, Cape Colouy on Thursday. The wireless telegraph operator stuck to the vessel until his messages had been completed, aud then cwnm ntlinwi HlVniltrll PI ilPflVV KPa. * 'if- * The- missing balloon America II., which left St. Louis on a northern flight last week, has not yet been located. A search party has left To ronto, on behalf of the St. Louis Aero Club. Milkwaukee reports state that the balloon probably fell into Lake Superior. ^ At the Old Bailey on Thursday, Ethel Le Neve was placed on trial, charged with assisting Hawlcy Crippen to escape, having a guilty knowledge and with guilty intentions. For the de fence, Mr. Smith contended that the prosecution had not proved guilty knowledge. He called no evidence. The fui'y, after a brief absence, returned a verdict of not guilty. * * =x= A report has been received by the Minister for Defence from Lieut. Burford, that ...

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 — 5 November 1910

AUCTION SALES - William Rixon. BEMBOKA ! BEM30KA t Leaving the District. UNRESERVED CLEARANCE SALE. DAIRY HERD. SPRINGING HEIFERS, ^ . YOUNG CATTLS, HORSES, SHEEEJ, FARM IMPLEMENTS. , HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and SUNDRIES. On the Farm, Bemboka, On Saturday, otli November At 12 o'clock sharp. WILLIAM RIXON has received instruc tions from Mr. Kinneally to sell by public auction, as above, ? 10 Head Choice Jersey Cows (i milking 6 springing), 4 Jersey Heifers, Jersey Bull, 15 Fat Sheep, .1 Mare, rising 8 years, by Tuxedo, any trial 1 Mare by Sirius, G yrs, double and single harness, good jumper 1 Buggy horse, any trial. New Meyer Piano, Tapestry and Plush D.R. Suite, large pier Glass, Bamboo Music Stand, 2 large arm chairs, 3 bamboo flower stands, 3 carpet Squares, . 2 hanging lamps; fender, cornice poles, pictures, mats, large dining table, oval table, book case, chiffonier safe, couoh 12 Austrian chairs, rocking chairs, clock linoleum, Edison phonograph and records, 6 bedsteads and beddi...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Thanks. TT7XLLTAM WENT, of Tantawanglo, de »f sires to sincerely thank hia friends and neighbours for their kind sympathy and floral tributes extended to him in his latf- sad bereavment.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Runaway Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

liiiwiij Mm. What might have been a serious accident occurred on Tuesday morning last. Whilst Messrs. Ted. and Tom. Barber (who are on a visit, from Qiieeus land, to their home in Bega) 'were driv ing down the rather steep pinch, leading from Eden-street, Candelo, their horse became unmanageable, ending in a bolt The driver, Mr. Ted. Barber, seeing the track ended in a miniature precipice, promptly pulled the horse into the fence. The result being an overturned trap, one side, and an overturned Teddy, the other side, and a completely demolished fence between. Mr. Tom Barber was shot out, his head missing a post by a hair's breadth. He was eventually dragged from underneath the trap. Mr. Ted Barber was not so fortunate, but struck a post with great force, he escaped with a badly grazed leg and a badly torn coat. Pieces of . the cloth being found firmly wedged in the wood. Scraps of watch chain and sleeve links, were plenteonsly strewn about, and one could almost imagine it was anothe...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Federal Lad Tax. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

isis Federal L«M Tax. The Commonwealth Laud Tax Assess ment Bill has been the subject of fierce debate in the House of Reps, and has been the cause of wide alarm among a section of citizens throughout the Commonwealth, so it may be interest densed summary of the chief provisions of the Bill. It is announced that a tax of 2d in the £ will be inflicted on the unimproved capital value after the first £5000 worth, and rising to 6d in the £, with a Id extra in the case of absen tees. The administration of the Act is vested in a Commissioner, who may appoint such deputies as be requires. Exemptions. The following exemptions are pro vided for: In the case of all others but absentees, £5000 of unimproved capital value; Land owned by a public charit able or educational institutional that is jot carried on for profit ; Laud owned by and used for the purpose of a local authority or other public authority acting under any State Government; Land owned by a Savings Bank ; Land owned by a religiou...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

General News. Luccheni, the assassin of the Empress Elizabeth of Austria in 1898, com mitted sucide in a padded cell iu a prison at Geneva. Jack Johnson will soon be the owner of a championship belt made of solid gold aud studded with 200 diamonds,, the centre one of which will weigh four carats. It is to be presented to him by his colored admirers, and will cost £5,000. * * * At the recent election the number of women who voted in the Bega elector ate showed an increase of 534 over the 1906 election. The numbers were : 1907—2258, 1610— 2712. The male totals were 3263 and 3522 respectively. + + + + + TIia 'R.avs. (renro'e Hav and Alfred Rivett have been fined respectively £75 and £50 at Sydney for celebrating the marriage of a minor. The jury added a rider that the time had arrived when the Government should take steps to suppress these bogus marriage shops. t t t The New Zealaud House of Repre sentatives is about to sanction a big' expenditure to provide electrical current for indu...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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The Land of Happy Faces. AUSTRALIA, AS SEEN FROM THE OUTSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

The um ®i mm Faces. AUSTRALIA, AS SEEN FROM THE OUTSIDE. ? ♦— ? The people of Australia, says Mr. George Gasloyne. in the 'National Review,' think, of other things than getting rich quickly. This is one of i ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ^nrinrf fin nis lmprebsniis, luimeu uUi«Uft - — extended tour of the world:— I am often surprised that more English travellers do not visit Australia. The study of a great uew Anglo-Saxon nation, in the making, is profoundly interesting, aud Australia is, by far, the most agreeable of the oversea dominions. ±ne ciimato j in spring aud autumn is delightful, and the warmth of an Australian welcome is worth crossing the seas to experience _ The people are as sunuy as their* skies, and it has often struck me, in Australian cities, that one rarely sees an unhappy face. The hotels in Australia are, with few exceptions, not conspiciously good or comfortable but the food is always good and well cooked. The main line expresses in N.S.W. and Victoria are as finely designed, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Nothing funnier can be imagined than the discomfiture of a story-teller who had fondly thought to tickle the great man's fancy by an anecdote which depended for its point upon some trait of baseness, cynicism, or sharp practice. He found his tale received in dead silence, looked np wonderingly for an explanation, and discovered that what wa9 intended to amuse had only dis gusted. ^ ^ Dr. Meeke informs us that the skeleton recently unearthed at the north of the mouth of the Bermagui River was that of an aboriginal. — Cobargo Chronicle. *? * # Truly, we aie living in revolutionary days. A few years ago did anyone imagine that a political party would ever elect a Ministry ? Parkes, yon may remember, used to select his Ministry in Burdekin's drawing-room; in an atmosphere of profound mystery, with a posse of police on the footpath. =* * * George .Heid had to spend claus f^ojng. ? from office to office trying to get his team together. Wise refused to join him ^ McMillan told him he would...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

A iSfaraisis^'f| ? ? -t ? Polling day was a miisauee to some people. This notice is what a Sydney business man struck up outside his door to keep the wolf away : — 1. I know my number on the roll. 2. I know that if the Liberals are returned tho country will go to the devil. 3. I know that if Laboi- comes to ^ power the country will also go to LUC Ut2 - ti. 4. I know that pubs are a curse and ought to be closed. ?5. I know the hotels are necessary to the employment of hundreds of people. 6. I know if: is the duty of every citizens to rccord his vo to. 7. I know that a voter who does not record his vote for his own party votes against it. 8. Finally, I have voted. GET OFF THE MAT! NEARLY BTJENED TO DEATH. ? « ? ? A HOUSEWIFE'S TERRIBLE INJURIES. Splendid Healing By Zaji-Buk. Mrs. 0. Bradley, of Private Road, off Madras St., Christchurch, N.Z., says: 'While cooking I severly scalded my feet with boiling fat. My right foot was injured so badly that for two months I was unable to put it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

YO U MAY HAVE TRIED I 'This, that, or tho other,' but for per manent relief and pleasureable action you will naver find anything to equal Cham berlain's Tablets for indigestion, constipa tion and biliousness. Sold by all dealers in medicine.* ? ? ? ? -..v. The ILLAWAllllA and SOUTH COAST STE AM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Bars, Weather and other circumstance!-, permitting STEAMERS will LEAVE SYDNEY for BERMAG-UI, TATHRA, MERIMBULA and EDEN on Mondays at 4 p.m. and Thurs days at 7 p.m. Leaving the above Ports for SYDNEY as follows — EDEN, at or about 7 a.m. on WEDNES DAYS and 10 a.m. on SATURDAYS. MERIMBULA, at or about 8 a.m. on WEDNESDAYS and 11 a.m. on SATUR DAYS. TATHRA, at or about Noon on WEDNES DAYS and 3 p.m. on SATURDAYS. BERMAGUI, at or about 3 p.m. on WED NESDAYS and 6 p.m. an SATURDAYS. Subject to Alteration. T. H. JACKSON, Manager Seed Potatoes. f. sTgoetz, Produce and Seed Merchant, Carp Street, Bega, Can Supply Choice 'Brownell' and ' Early Rose ' Seed Potatoes (true ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The First and Last. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

The First mi Last. A small boy was smoking his first cigar ; His eyes bulged out aud his cheeks sank in ; He swallowed the fumes with hiq lips ajar, And scared ^the crows with his awful grin. His fingers twitched, but he smole a smile As he oat aloft on the farmeyard style And cocked his hat o'er his glassy eye, Thsn wunk a wink at a cow near by. He tried to whistle the latest tune, But failed to reach the topmost note ; He shivered although 'twas tha month of June, And brushed the ash from his Sunday coat. He tried to sing, but his throat felt dry, Then thought how nice it would be to die ; The earth went round, but the stile stood still; The trees rose np, but the kid yank down, And groaned aloud, for he felt so ill. For lie knew that cigar had done him brown. His head' felt light, and his feefc like lead ; His cheeks were white as a table spread ; Whilst he weakly gasped, as he gazed afar. 'If I live, this is my last cigar !' i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry. Judge Not. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

[?] Judge Nil. Judge not; the workings of his brain And of his heart thou canst not see ; What looks to thy dym eyes a strain, In God's pure light may only be A scar, brought from some well-won field, Where thou wouldst ouly faint and yield. The look, the air, that frets thj sight, May be a token, that below The soul has closed' iu deadly fight With some infernal fiery foe, Whose glance would scQarcli thy smiling grace, Aud cast the shuddering on thy face! The fall thou darest to despise May be the angel's slackening hand Has suffered it, that he may rise And take a firmer, surer stand ; Or, trusting less to earthly things. May henceforth learn to use his wings And judge none lost; but wait, and see, With hopeful pity, not disdain ; The depth of the abyss may be The measure of the height of paiu Aud love and glory that may raise This soul to God in after days !

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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By Clarice Gorman, Convent School Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

By Clarice Gorraun, (Jouveat School Candelo. Since the foundation ,of the British Empire, her territories have become extensive principally by conquest, and her power and progress is mainly due to those grand heroes past, and present, who have Dlaved such a nromiuRnt, .nart in building it^'up. Austra'ia forms a part of the British ..Empire and is blessed in having no history. Her territories .-have not been trodden by King's or ; Queen's— her development has not been retarded by the pla}r of conrlie'r's passions and ambitions, her annals do net record battles won, nor are they saddened, by revolts or' per secutions. The building of this empire took place on the 2fith January, 1788, by Governor Phillips, assisted bj- Licn ffiimnt. Kins', with about one thonsnml souls, while Mr. Collins was to be judge of the new colony. Thus was the greatest empirj in the Southern Hemis phere established. '1 l:e hardships and sufferings whi'ch these brave men endured in building up the nation in the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

BOMBALA. The annual flower show and fair in aid of the building funds of the Presby terian Church, takes place on Wednes day, November 23. Bibbenlnke shed started shearing last week, other sheds are busy making preparations for a start. Mr. aud Mrs. Joseph Groves who, for some time, have been in Sydney at Dr. McCormicks Hospital and under went serious operations are boch improv ing. We hope soon to hear of their complete recovery, and will be pleased to see them home again. The uuveiling of the memorial erected over the late Rev. E. L. Timewell, in Bombala cemetry, took place on Sunday week, the ceremony was performed by Rev. Robt. Elliott. He spoke briefly on the life of the deceased Minister. Hymns appropriate to th& occasion were rendered by the choir. The mem orial is a plain and appropriate inscrip tion, it was purchased by the parish oner^. On Monday Mr. M. J. Goodman handed over to the Bibbenluke club the football competition' cup, he said he was pleased they had won ...

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Inter-District. TATHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Inter-District. [From our Cor -efponde nts]. TATHRA. Inordinate desire to advantage over the othei1 fellow has abated since Mc Gowen has mastered his team, and iu normal consideration we manifest brotherly interest in each other, with that spirit of obnegation and loving kindness in keeping with a mai-ch to the Millennium. Our young brahmas, game, and bantams crow together on the same rail, in timely concord and appreciative trinity : ' Cockadoodle do,' is the ke}*-uote that will echo through the rank and file, the young lings therefore, will soon strike the right pitch. There will be no devil other than that of common consent, and he, only in -contradistinction to Gcd perchince we lose the line of demarka tion ; hence, yon will perceive dear Candelo, that the present is a record of ' liberalism in love's labour.' Even our Illawarra Sailors, (and that is saying a great deal,) have agreed to hold discourse in purity of language' whilst the lads on the wharf will say nothing calculate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

- * Queen's Hotel, B Willian Street, CANDELO. fS! tSKJ®- ?il (M/ljia _i3 Ea.iEJJPS JOSfij Ouidt-i^S. juas?., - - - 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. ii _ m i n ^ jj ? If Want | Wan! Mia ^ a set Good 0 Saddle. I \_ Harness. iP W '5 — GO TO - - F. JJRYRNS*. - ? PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. ? :x:- ? ? ♦ AU the latest designs in Stationery, Toys, Books, School and Artists' Re quisites. , . _„p c,,; 1 .-1.1.1 'R.irthdav Books and Presents, and many iSSSZ iLiSSA A coiu, i.viMio. is to ,11 * »a —W. '1«J» « Bega - Gooma Motor Service. Leave Bega 011 Tuesdays c 5 Fridays and ~u ill .J CALL AT CANDELO. CARS Return from Cooma 011 Wednesdays and Saturdays. rsr Return Journey must *-e notified at NEAREST BOOKING OFFICE beforehan...

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Let Something Good be Said. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Sail When o'er thy fair fame of friend or foe The shadow of disgrace shall fall, instead Of words of blame, or proof of thus and so Let something good be said. Forget not that no fellow yet ! May fall so low but love may lift his [ head ; , Even the cheek of shame with tears is wet If something good be said. No generous heart may vaintly turn aside In ways of sympathy ; no soul so dead But may awaken strong aud glorified If something good be said. And so I charge thee by the thorny crown, And by the cross on which the Saviour bled, And by yoar own soul's hope of fair renown Let something good be said. James Winchcombe Riley. From the 'Australian Home Journal' Replying to Mr. Matthews m the House of Representatives on Satnaday, Mr. O'Malley stated that nothing had been definitely settled in connection with a proposal to erect a building -to accommodate the Federal departmqnts in Melbourne. It was probable that a savirg in rent might be effected by putting np such a structure.

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