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Limitation of Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

Limitation §1 ClpIiiiL AS it England's Chancel C0I,' lor of the Exchequer (Lloyd George) or the redoubt able Roosevelt, who was re sponsible for the declaration that it they had power m the matter, no man would be allowed to accumulate more than £10,000 capital? However, whoever is the author of the statement, it embodies a sentiment that holds in its grip the solution of most of the disputes that periodically convulse the industrial and social life of the 20th century. A combination of forces are serving to, slowly but surely, awaken the thinking powers of the masses-the toilers who labor, or at least have labored in the past to fill the treasure vaults of the nabobs who employed them at the lowest possible wage. Men are beginning to claim their birthright of justice and fight for their inheritance of liberty. The slum dweller's slow moving brain is gradually grasping the significance of the great gulf fixed between the hovel and the palace, the tenement and the mansion, and is ins...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

Tilings in General. A London newspaper offered a prize for the best definition of money, and it .was awarded to a young man whose definition was, ' Au article which may be used as a universal pass-port to everywhere except heaven, aud as a universal provider of everything except happiness. ? j. 4- 4* However deep a student you may be, however educated and cultured, however rich in worldly things, you are really a pauper if your heart does not hold sympathy for your fellow mortals, and unless your sympathies grow broader and deeper and sweeter as you pass ^ along, you have in some way livedo j; wrong, aud wasted your life. I ^ + t j There is a world where no storms intrude, a haven ot safety against the tempests of life. A little world of joy aud love, of innocence and tranquility. Suspicions are not there, 'nor. Jealousies,. _ nor Falsehood with her double tongue, nor the venom of Slander. Peace embraces it with outspread wings. Plenty broods there. When a man enters it, he forgets ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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CURRENT TOPICS. The Great Cup [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

CIKENT TOPICS. The Great Cup Last week saw the annual event of the year placed on the pages of history, the 50th Mel bourne Cup. The records of .the 50 years show a marvellous round of successes, judged from a spectacular, financial and sporting viewpoint. It ia computed that over £200,000 has been paid away in prize money during the ba.lf century : truly a stupendous sum, but as a drop in a bucket compared with the millions that have been lost and won ill other ways (particularly, betting) over the ??event. Universal interest is centred in the great, race, and thous ands flock to the. scene of the struggle Undoubtedly it is the great day of Australian sport. Bat as each year comes and goes and the excitement dies with the day, in quite unimpassioiied thought we size up the results and we wonder is it worth while. Do the advantages reaped b^our people from Cup Day more than balance the dis advantages. We are inclined to think not. When all the material, moral, and spiritual assets a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

Articles Moral and Eeligious, Philosophical, and Didactical. Church Services. ? j Candelo District. Oatholio. jyTASS will be celebrated as under — NOVEMBER. 13 th — Candelo 11. J. J. GUNNING, P. P. Churcli of Kiigimul KA3IER-TJKA PARISH. T\ I VINE SERVICE will bo bold as un JJ der — NOVEMBER. G— Candelo 8 a.m. (H-C) ; Kamernfca 11 a.m (H.C.) ; Wolnmla 3 p.m. ; Candelo 7.30. 13— Bemboka 11 a.m ; Taiitawanglo 3 ; Candelo 7.30. 20— Woluuila, 11 H.C. ; Candelo 3 p.m.; Kameruka, 7.30. 27 — Tantawanglo 11 H.C. ; Bembolca 3. lGtli ( W odncsday) — Niagara 7.30. N. W. GARDNER i 1_ ] ?: 1 1 ; i 1 1 1 JvXetlioclxsfc CHiMi'cYi DIVINE SERVICES will be conducted as under — NOVEMBER. 13th — Candelo 7.30, Kev. F. H. Walk den- Brown. 3?re.sl)ytei'i:iiL. Bega every Suuday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.ni Candelo every second Sunday in each month at 3 p.m. Rev. W ji. Watts.

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EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

EDUCATION. Both Labour and Liberalism are appar ently wholly in earnest in an en deavour to cheapen and axteud the system of State educa tion. There is to be a great expansion in trade and continuation schools, so that a child who has imbibed the infor mation obtainable at a public school may then be shaped by the State to follow some particular calling. Secon dary education is also to be made plentiful aud cheap. This was good news when we heard it from the lips of Mr. Wade, then Premier; it is equally good news from Mr. Beeby, the present Minister for Education. But it seems to us there is another important matter which both sides of the House have overlooked, and that is the evident impotence of the existing curriculum at the ordinary public school. It must be I remembered that even without a big ex pansion in secondary schools it will be the primary school which will still shape the destiny of at least nine-tenths of the risiug generation. We think we are safe in saying that the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

; Sjj - And This. | I - ~ ? ? | Subscribers to the Southern Record are j I governed by the following j | LAWS 'RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: j j 1. Subscribers who do not give expres ;i j notice to the contrary are considered as wish- j ing to continue their subscriptions. -j 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance j of their periodicals, the publisher may con- 'j tinue to send them until arrears are paid. i| 3; If subscribers refuse or neglect to take i periodicals from the post office or other pla :e to which they are directed, they are he'd responsible until they have settled their: bills and ordered the periodicals to be dis- , continued. i ?1. If subscribers move to other localities ' j without informing the publishers, and their' ! papers are sent to the former direction, the; subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that '? refusin'- to take periodicals from the office or reniov° :ng or leaving them uncalled for, is PKnrA ! paci evidence of intentional fraud. i 6....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

' L,IL— 11 — ? .1- — — — ?»— — 1| Read This- ^ To Our Headers: We would ask you to help lis in the compilation of a thoroughly rep- ? resentative newspaper by forwarding at j your earliest con vnnience information that | ! will !k' of public interest. You will thus ! fi .'-1 f-nw-ivrd advertising your particu- ; || In r r.M.rt ot the electorate. Should you : ij fail to secure your copy of the Rkcokd ' ?; :?!-;» u larly. a complaint made to us will re- ; Ij suit in the matter receiving prompt, inves- ! ji titration. l| ji i'o Coxtributoks: Whilst we unhesitatingly j throw our columns open to contributed, :j articles on any subject, we reserve the \ i riirht to veto any contribution, or sentence i j of same which we consider libellous or j seditious. Should a writer assume a kom j ! ds pijUiiB, his real name must accompany j his or her manuscript to insure publica- i tion. Manuscript must be legibly written ! and reach us not later than Wednesday ;i of each week. :j 1o Correspondents:...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

General News. Perhaps the pictures of the new Ministry have slightly ressui-ed our 'Liberal' friends. As far as looks go they certainly have an advautaga over the Wade Administration. Wood was the beauty man of the defeated Ministry but the McGowen Cabnet has at least three men who would catch a lady's eye much quicker. Duly a tender regard for their natural modesty prevents us from publishing their names. — Catholic Press. * # # A shrewd American, who is pulling up a fortune in New South Wales, and has several farms, makes no secret of his opinion that the Australian woman is much more capablethan the Austrah'a^ man. He has many men employed, br all his managers are women. The woman, he says, is a better organiser ; she is careful and absolutely trustworthy. * * * If your baby is teething during the ' Summer months you must guard against dysentery and bowel complaints. Keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera. and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and at the first unusual loosenes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

To Stand the Season. AT BEG A, ¥'4. and to travel the surround ing District. The Pony Stallion, FICCASISHYH. Dam MASCOT, Sire PICCANINY- ' a t- I an-' -? & f 2 S £ 5 B pa s w d c* vi cr ? P ? us S \ B g 3 3 ? ? ® B X ? ' ' 3W I . T jf OS- S ? f-- '73. * I g o ? § ' . E3 © ft* i . CD ' St ^ Zr - ? -=-- .. § ? g f ; § a PICCANINNY II is a beautiful dark Bay with black points, standing 13.3 hands high of spl9ndid conformation, with plenty of bone and muscle and has proved himself a sure foalgetter. Terms £2. A reduction for two or more mares. C. JOHNSON, Proprietor. The New Palace Emporium. ? ? ' The Home o? . . . Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices The Lowest in the Land. Send for our . . . LITEST SUMMER FASHION P0BTF0LS0 Posted Free on Application. It illustrates the smartest creations of the Season, and will solve the problem of economically conforming to the pre vailing modes. ANTHONY HORDERN & SONS, OHLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, NEYtf PALfi.CE EMPORIUM, BRICKFIELD Hlli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

CANDELO. CANDELO. Choice DAIRY FARM, Within -1 miles of Town of Candelo. half-mile from Butter Factory — 251 acres 3 rds. 30 pep. And known as 'ELLERSLEA.' On Monday. 28th November, At Manns' Hotel, Candelo. at 2 o'clock. On accoun t Mrs. R. Wilson, junr., and Misses McNaught. WILLIAM RIXON has received instruc tions from Sirs. Wilson and Misse3 McNaught to sellb3' public auction, as above, CHOICE DAIRY FARM, containing 251 acres 3 roods 30 perches, C.P. LAND, being Portions 12s, 201,13,11,10, 238, ' Parish Candelo, on which is erected Two j Dwelling Houses, Dairies, Yards, and ' Bails, and all necessary outbuildings. j Ten acres are under corn, 1 acre orchard . ! 1 acre poultry yard. j The whole is securely fenced, subdivided, splendidly grassed, and permanently watered by Tantawanglo River and surrounding I creeks. j ggp' This Property is considered one of the ! best in tho district. i INSPECTION INVITED. j Terms and Conditions at Sale. | BEMBOKA ! BEMBOKA ! J At Mudie's Hotel. : ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

Notiee, JAM prepared to pay a substantial reward for any information which will lead to the conviction of the evil-minded persons who were cowardly enongh to destroy my childrens' pet birds during my obsence. E. A. BLOMFIELD. WANTED. WANTED a SMAET BOY to assist with motor-car and to bo generally useful. Apply. Dr, W. A. E am say Sharp, Candelo. -GRAND JUVENILE CONCERT. —WILL BE GIVEN— BY THE CHILDREN ATTENDING THE CONVENT SCHOOL, — ON— WEDNESDAY, 23rd Nov., '10 In the SCHOOL op ARTS, Candelo. FLOWER SHOW AND SALE OF WQBK WILL BE HELD IN THE SCHOOL OF ARTS, CANDELO, — ON — W£®®§l@t| 5 Tlilirsl®!, Noyember 16th and 17th, Under the auspices of the Cantlolo A. H. and D. F. Association. A. O. MANNS, Secretary. INSURE WITH THE Aistrsliiii itiiiii Fin IlSiMCS S€i„ m, PITT & KING STEEES, SYDN3Y. Risks of FIRE, BERSONAL ACCIDENT, PLATE GLASS, &c„ covered at LOWEST RATE. G. HOWARD POPE, Manager. W. R. JOHNSON, Ageut CANDELO AUqglQSfSAABS William Rixon. Jp o £ P R I V A T e' S...

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Humour. An Irish Love Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

HfSffioiii*. M M a O.M ska JL Ai irlsfi i#vs S!#r|. ? ' That blioy, d'ye moiuil, isn't yit siven teen; Ye'd imagine in thricks av the warild he was gi-een. He'd always sich gintle aud innerceut ways, He made me belave 'im as good as yer plaze. But now I find oufc that fer three months at laste That bhoy's been indnlgm' bis love makiu' taste. It's Nora Macarthy, the daughter av Tim, Who seems to possess an afctliraction fer him. The two are about- the same age and size : She's a daeent young thing, wid a pair black eyes That twinkle aud seem to be laffiu, whin share, The rist av her. face is exthramely demure. . : Sliure, I'd niver have found oat the saeret from hini, But I lean-tit it by goiu' to call upon Tim. ' The night it was darrk: 'twas a little past eight, And as, quietly walkin', I came- to tlie gate, . ' ' ' 1 heavrd a whispered talkiu' ; and, after, A sound, Qu - -k-kk ! (likea Tut comiu' out a v the mud). I looked round, and behild the youug lover's in hivenly bliss. He'd...

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Politician's Appreciation [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

IPOlitiCiM'S Appr€£iffltI©Ii j sy ? The following lias beeu received, from the Liberal member, Mr. W. H. W ood, by the President of the looal Liberal and Reform League, Mr. J. A. Gordon. Dear Sir, — Now that I am free from the responsibilities of office I hasten to express to you, as the President of the local branch of the Liberal aud Reform League, my high appreciation of the nvrraiiizfltimi and work done both prior to aud during the late campaign. I think I am safe in sayirg there has been a public spiritedness and unsel fishness shown in your centre, in this matter, which is equal to, if not greater than, that displayed in any other part ot the State. The noble and thorough way in which yonr work was done dur ing the campaign, both at times when I was absent from the district and more especially when 1 was incapacitated in the latter part of the fight, has proved to me the wliole-heartedness of the members of your league iu my political undertaking. For this I-am more than perso...

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we All Know 'em. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

we All li§g 'a. Thoie is a man in onr town, his like is hardly' known, He never drinks nor smokes nor swears, and always stays at home, He never chews nor lies nor fibs not' does a thing that's wrong, That's why I write this little verse, to remember him in song. He's paralysed. There is another -man in town who also is all right, His wifecan'al ways tell 3*0 h where you'll fi iid hi many night, -? He -never -flirted, pi aised. nor fawned upon a maiden fair,' Won't even look at beauty, nor at wealth of golden hair. He's blind. There's a man who lives on Cay Hill street, wont listen to a thing, The gossips may keep gossiping until they make things ring, . Won't go-to hear good preaching, nor music, nor the band, 'Won't cross the street- .if- Sn'rabr'.cb were singing at the 'Grand.'' lie's deaf There also was a man in town who com bined thein all above, And '.vent a step bR)*ond them — wouldn't -even fall iu love. He. was a model man for sure, as., yon may well suspect, =* Belonged to...

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Inter-District. PAMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

Inter-District. ? & ? [From our Correspondents]. PAMBULA. | Mr. Andrew Wright contemplates a trip to the West shortly, and if it is up to his expectations .he will move that way in the New Year. The C. of E. Flower Show took place last Friday aud Saturday nights, and was well attended. A social was hurriedly got up on the Monday night, following some 20 odd couples being present, a very pleasant time being spent. The proceeds were handed to the hospital. Whilst out driving with a pony in a sulky last Saturday, Master Jack Hamilton and L. Ashworth met with a mishap, the reius broke and the pony bolted, throwing the occupants out, but luckily, neither were hurt very much. Mr. Alf. Shipway, of Burragate, went to Sydney a few weeks ago, to join the police force, he successfully passed as a mouuted officer. Mr. J. W. George, late of the Voice office here, and now iu New Zealand, will take unto himself a wife during this month. Master Jack Laing, whilst delivering beef on horsebac...

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The Daft Philosopher. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

flfi lii ¥Mwmm. ? £1 Now farn:er (.riles had lost his mare — That is, fclie'd strayed avi'ay — To earn his promised lialf-a-crown The lads spi-nt half the day. When all had failed to find the mare. The village idiot Dan / ??-}«. Was told, in jest, that he might And off the half-wit ran. Then very soot! home came the mare, With j Jan upon her back ; ' Where did yen find her?' Giles in quired, Said Dan, ?' By yon hay-s:ac'c. [ thought,' said he, ' where I would go If [ a horse shoui-d be, And when I'd been and thonehfc it o-if, I went there — so had she!' 'Wiggins,' said tl.e bookkeeper, '-,ve have raised £-50 to get the boss a present, and we w.- nt something that ^ will make a show for the mouev — something that will look big, you kn-nv,. Can't. you suggest someihii g?' 'Sure,' replied Wiggins. 'Bay £?- sr worth of rice and boil it.'

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

TELEGRAMS. I Sydxey, Friday. I EGcis, 8^d to 9jd ; butter b4f to 9bs ; cheese to 9^d ; liens, 3s to 4s ; roosters 3i to Gs. The House of Representatives passed the Bill providing for the provisional Government of the Federal Territory through all stages last night. The Miuister for Works has an nounced that it is the policy of hia Department to lay down branch lines of standard guage, but practically unballasted. He also stated that he intended to iuforce the betterment principal with regard to developmental liues. A train collided with a trolly on the Dimbolla railway bridge, Victoria, j yesterday, and three railwa}' employees were thrown into the river, all of whom were more or less seriously injured. A lNew Zealand firm, bowrau isros., charged with evading the iucome tax has been fined, in aggregate, £11,913. The members of the Federal Opposi tion held a meeting last night and decided to issue a manifesto to electors urging them to vote against the refer endurns in respect to the...

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World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

[?] The State revenue for October was £1,280.799, an increase of £57,849 over October of last year. The Chief flail way Commissioner was fined in the Industrial Court, on Monday for breaches of the Railways .and Tram ways a waul. A fine of £50 was imposed, by the Adelaide Police Court on Robert G. A ppelby for street betting. I Albert Richard Joseph Fisher was fined £25 for allowing, a room in his barber's shop to be used for betting. # # ^ A proclamation has been issued call ing the State Parliament together on. 15th instant. . ? ? ^ The ^successful candidate for the Hustings and Macleay, Mr. H. D, Mor ton, says that he will give general sup port to tho Labor Government, but may oppose its land policy. ^ 'Where could you expect Apple Pie to run, but third,'' said a jovial book maker, in Bega, the other day. 'Look on any menu you like, for an ordin ary dinner and you'll find Apple Pie third or fourth !' A Tumut. newspaper man is said to have been paid advertising rates for a report ...

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Inter-District. From our Correspondents DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

Inter-District. From our Correspondents DELEGATE. The usual fortnightly meeeting of the Star of Delegate lodge was held last Thursday night, thirty members being present. It was decided that the list of charges in connection with the G.U.O.O.F. Club now in course of erec tion in bydney oe exuiDited in tue .Lodge loom. The secretary was instructed to write to the committee of management conveying to them the appreciation of this Lodge in connection with the recent visit, of the Grand Master, Bro. Huntley. The appointment ot a visiting lady sick inspector, was allowed to stand over until next meeting. We regret to learn that Mr J. Ingram, senr., of Tombong, is still seriously ill, having developed an attack of Pneu monia. We hope soon to hear of Mr. Ingram's complete recovery. The total rainfall for October, as legistered at the local post office, was 220 points falling in 14 days. The fishing season opened here on the first of the month. Trout are not so plentiful in the Delegate riv...

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A. H. and D. F. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

L H. in D. F. Asso ciation. A meeting of the Committee of the Candelo Agricultural Society was held on Thursday afternoon. There were present, Mr. J. A. Gordon (chair), Messrs G. Porter, F. Collins, J. T. Collins, G. Goward, J. Coman, C. Bright, and the Secretary. Correspondence was read from the Secretary ot tlie soutn uoasc Agricul tural Union re exhibit to the Royal Show, and on the motion of Messrs Porter and J. T. Collins the Society decided that it could not see ita way to assist the Union with such exhibit. &. letter was also received from Mr. W. Fairley suggesting that the en trance fees .in the School Section bo abolished. He argued that the en trance fee debarred many children from competing; that the loss in revenue by their abolition would ''be counter balanced by increased gate receipts, be cause whatever children are interested in never fails to draw adults ; that the standard of the exhibits , would not be lowered, -much bad work being shown ' in either case ;...

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