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

News and Notes. 1 Caxdflo cricketers are i-i keeping ?with the times— iudiffereut-aud-don't- care-much-wliat-happens. * * * Seasonable requisites just opened at Mm-pliy and Collins', consisting of meat safes, hay forks, 1'akes, sigtbes, hoes, water cans, etc.* x- :X: # Dckixg the week Wm. Rixon sold Porker.'/ £1 15s Gd, slips I7s to 24s 6d ; fat co-s £6 5s, heifers with calves £'_ 'Los-, grade Jersey heifers iu calf £— «.s, 'months to 2-yrs-old heifers £1 19s, v63-r^Qo heifers, grade Jerseys to £1 OS. The Spanish Senate, by a large major ity has adopted a bill introduced by Seuor Cardenas prohibiting for two years the establishment of further religious orders, pending the passing of a new associations law. # #?- — * - The Victorian Railway Commission - j. / crs have agreed to pay a claim for £2,000 made in connection with the death of William Radcliff Wright, in the Richmond disaster. * * ' * ?Mil. Wade strongly opposes the Constitution proposals to be put before the electors at a r...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

j | ill II 111 0 I I til r f towing! i i | ^ ' ir. tst % b d si (A £1 w I p I ? ? ? | || o 2* tSie esperieace g'aiaieei J ? |j eStEi'iEng 70 years ojf fj hj Lipp Fiamos . | y as?© gjtssir'&jnifteecl io stannd |j [a - as a scocK climate. I ^ tozae is clear, | y - azs.d of fcl&at siriigling equality | ^ so acSsm.as'esS lay all H? y mtisgiciairaso | 'Xlneis' toTuicIiL is asica I || responsivej ?^£^©22° cass ^ i designs very Ihiasndlsome. I K 0 H 'We sell tS^ese Faaiaos osii Easy ^ |1 Terns, asaeS Catalogues are-free 1 | ffos? tlie asliimg0 '' | Ik yoiz S^aire ana ol«S j^iaE^Oj, we | II will taKe it pas^t jjaymeiit fos? I p a iraew piamo. | 1 W, H, PALING Co. 1 I LIMITED , ... , . — , p 1 S38 George ' Street^ Sydney, | G 119 II Ga A. GP8e;a9 Local AgenZ. i\ IIP Hip: CPP V'APPP-iiAliPSJT^P r% iVab^SUS^L isUlv2.iL Mi r4 ylii a 1 £»sl. BEX LEY LADIES' GOLTiIiGE. — A HU'h-CUu's Bording School for Youu? Latliea, under Univ. Teachers, with Home Training and Home Comforts. The ...

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

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Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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ITCHING BLEEDING PILES. A MARRIED WOMAN'S SPLENDID CURE. ZAM-BUK ACTED LAKE MAGIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

ITCHING BLEEDING PILES; A MARRIED WOMAN'S SPLENDID :! CURE. v .', Zam-Buk Acted. Like Magic. . Mi^ E. 'MackieV 2 Sherbrook St., Darlinghurst, Sydney, says 'For many months- internal bleeding piles caused r me - much suffering. ;? The irritatiou was unbearable ; I could not lie, walk or sit, on account of the pain and uncomfortable feeling.'- I tried many remedies, all with no . success ; nothing did.. 'me any good. . Zam-Buk was recommended to me. and the first. two .or three appliances of this splendid balm acting like magic.. After using Zam-Bnk fov only a short- time I .was freed from my terrible affiction and completely cured.' Piles is a very common complaint np country, beiug caused often in the case of men by riding 011 a damp saddle or sitting on something cold. Many women suffer from this awful ailment during childbirth, or it may be brought on by constipation. Whatever the cause, speedy relief will be found in Zam-Buk. All sufferers should follow the example of Mrs. Mackie...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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A Civic Haggis. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

..A civic l®j§is. The modern world is developing cities of a type unknown before ii: history, and one of the strangest examples is New York. Here is a sketch of it : ' New York is a city iu America, but 110 one can say that it is au American ?world. In New York to-day one man in every four is a Jew. In its greatest flays Jerusalem contained less than one sixth of the number of Jews who now live in the metropolis of America. The 'population 011 the lower east side of 'New York is almost entirely foreign. Russians and Hungarians, Syrians and Turks, Kalians, wild-looking folk from Roumauia and the Balkan. States — they pour into New York in their thousands' and each nationality takes possession _ of. its own special district. Complex Figures. New York is to-day one of the most amazing cities in the world — sleepless relentless, bewildering. Just over 280 years ago the whole of the island, the Indian's huutiug-ground, was sold to Peter Minuet, of the West India Company, for a handful of...

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 — 11 November 1910

& Queen's Hotel, .§? Wu'an Street, OAHDBLO. r -vV'r V ? v! ^ ^ y* Wm!t.S4&m5 sauZ *i!s ?&?.-» ^ lAAiA aj ---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. :? ' il - III 11 If — r -j' j If Yoa ? ! You Want Want P W III a set Good j °* Saddle. j Harness. i ? 1 i; m II il m ii — GO TO - ? F. J. RYANS'. - ? ? ? * PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. ? :x:- — ? ? All tlie latest designs in Stationery, Toys, Books, School and Artists Re ^A Choice Assortment of Suitable Birthday Books ; and Presents, other lines to numerous to particularize. A cordial invitation is extended to all to call and inspccb tlie above lines. _ The Latest Fashion Journals, weekly and monthly, always on hand. Beaa - Cooma Motor Service. gJf ? ? I gggiggus - Ita...

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

Seed Pota.tees= F. S. G0ETZ, Produce and Seed Merchant, Carp Street, Heg-a, Can. Supply Choice ' Brownell ' and ' Eaelt Rose ' Seed Potatoes (true to name) iu any quantity. Prices on Application.. Also note that he is is still good on Agri cultural and Garden Seeds, and can supply Artificial Manures cit Sydney Prices, plus freight and carriage only. Write To day or Ring1 Up Telephone No. 6. TO TRAVELLERS. ALL persons desiring special travelling ac commodation throughout the southern districts should apply to Ii. JOHNSON, Coach Proprietor, Candelo. Comfortable vehicles and good horses are always in readiness. . Specials run to anywhere on the shortest notice. TRAVELLERS, REMEMBER ! The ILLAWARRA and SOUTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Bars, Weather and other circumstances; ^ permitting STEAMERS will LEAVE SYDNEY for BERMAGUT, 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...

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Royal Show at Liverpool, England, June 1910. Award of Silver Medal. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

R#gf i Sitw At Iivsrp0$i, EagifHi, Jin Ml®. Award of Silver Medal This latest triumph of tlie ' Alfa-Laval ' machine brings up to date a record Avhicli is unequalled, not only by Cream Separators., butjjy any agricul tural machine. In competitive trials organ ised by the Royal Agricultural [ Society the ' Alfa-Laval ' has carried off four - first prizes, including a gold medal. The Silver ' Medals offered for new implements by tire Royal Agricultural Society are much coveted distinctions. The ' Alfa-Laval ' secured one of them on its first appearance in 1879, and to-day 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 Separator con struction. The above awards are far more than have been received by all other makes of Cream Separators put together, and the wide reputation of the ' Alfa-Laval ' for clean skim ming, easy turning, and lasting wear rec...

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The Hat-pin Habit. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

'ifiellai-pii liMi. A correspondent to the D. T., Mi'. Gr. H. Dixon, Chat^wood, complains of the risks men are daily forced to run owing to tho feminine hatpin habit. ' With their usual charming disregard', of: responsibility,' he writes, '? the divine sex has taken to skewering its head gear with -puis, which, owing to the abnormal aud unnecessary diameter of the crowns of the said headgear, frequently appear to be 2ft. long. I noticed recently ou the North Shore ferry a damsel from whose hat project ed the sharp points of two hatpins, and as she punctuated .her discourse with vigorous movements of the head, lateral and otherwise, I. trembled for the safety of the nnsuspecting looking man who was unavoidably rabbing shoulders with her. . . The other day I heard of a man losing his eye, and some of us bear the marks of scratches from having unavoidably jostled against some specimen of the fair sex. J venture to assert that if w^ dared to secure our hats in like maimer, woman would d...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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End of the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

m of tie wm. Scientists beiug of an acutely jealous turn,;the'British Association took' no. notice of the latest theories as to the wreck of the Universe advanced by Professor Lowell, that interesting American, whose fame is so closely as sociated with the canals in Mars. His recent visit to England was failure, but the French . Press is inclined to boonrhim. His account of -. thefinaj' catastrophe is decidedly picturesque. Away on the outer confines of Illimi table Spacc, a vast, chaotic mass of matter — one time a world, but now a gigantic heap of ruin— -is coming more and more within the-attracting influence of our sun. It is'- not' yet sufficiently | near for the most powerful telescope to disclose it. ' But some morning, after the lapse of a prodigious and indefin able^period, the announcement will cer tainly be made (so says the professor) that a tiny, ;di8t;;rit-'*thirig has appeared in the heavens — what the Americans would call 'It.' Even then 0? genera-, tion, must .pass ....

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

LIFE-LONG LIVER TROUBLE. | A WIFE'S TERRIBLE AFFLIC TION. Splendid Cuke BY Bi^e. Beaks, 'For the greater part of my life,'' says Mrs. M. Touhy, of Franklin St., Adelaide, '-I was a great sufferer from a complication of liver trouble, which caused biliousuess, headache, indigestion and palpitation. The pain and misery I endured was terrible, and I became reduced to a physical wreck. I was absolutely brokeu.down in health as well as spirits. I was too ill tp attend to triv housework aud had to get assistance. I tried every description of medicine in search of relief, but nothing did me any good, and I almost despaired of again being well. Then I heard of Bile Beans and decided to try them. I purchased a supply, and from the con tents of the first box I felt au improve ment in my condition. This was very encouraging aud I- determined to per severe with Bile Beans; As I con tinued the course all my troubles grew less and less. Palpitation became a thing of the past, both the indigestien...

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

Ji M. ll J. Cli. it d* W O If Ji. I © ^ W Sf v-a? ''ip -8tv \ o; & {& -0'i 0 ;fe {I ${ Cc; - CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. , 1. Open to all children oc both sexes, 15 years and under, resid ing within the federal Electorate'. 2. -Each -'Competitor must writs upon at least ten o£ the chosen Subjects to be eligible for a Prize. 3. Essays, not to exceed '500 words, must reaeh us on Monday of each week to ensure Tublication. 4. 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. ? . Is LIST Or SELECTED SUBJECTS, ^ 'DATE. SUB.TECT. WRITERS' NAMES, Aug'. .'20 1 Prominent Australians (Past aud Pre- ( sent.) ? . ( 27 'School Friendship.' SEPT. 3. ' Eden and Its Port...

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By Edith Allan, Public School, Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

By Edith Allan, Public School, Candelo. WnAT should we do without books ? The world would be a great loser if books and papers were prohibited and presses destroyed, Oar knowledge would be limited to our own little corner of the world, unless we had a fortune large enough to allow , us to travel. We would soon become as ig norant as the poorer class, or peasants, of long ago, or the Russian serfs of to-day. ???Books-are our instructors. They do much to enlighteu'oiir minds and direct our ambitions. Many boys and girlo have decided 01 their future career through reading books filled with high and noble thoughts.. Good books give us great pleasure as well as direct our aspirations. ?'What greater pleasure can we have, when we are tired and wish for privacy, than to take a good book, seek out a quiet nook and let. our selves drift with the people in the story until they appear real living beings to 'us.' We forget where we are aud how we feel as we follow the hero or heroine, whichever...

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

Ililfip ll SSH8F8I.. Mr. C. G. Wade was the object of a popular demonstration at the Town hall the other night, when a banquet, was held in his honor. Sir Joseph Carruthers, who proposed Mr. Wadb's health, said be believed the verdict of the country at the polls did riot repre sent the popalar view, of Mr, Wade's merits. A He -U- Ix describing the crowd on the Fiemington racecourse on Cup day, a correspondent to a daiiy paper says : 'In one instauee, a slira girl in a short tightly-fitting cream frock, with black patent leather shoes aud a very Mrge fiat black hat, suggested an over-turned caudle in a candle-stick.' A captain of a big interstate steamer, giving evidence in the Arbitration Court the other day, said he often had in his control property and lives to the M value of a quarter of a million sterling. Mr. Justice Higgins, who was on the bench, asked how the witness arrived at the value of the lives of his passengers. « The captain replied that an actuary had informed him th...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

§§-£ S\x if^r Butter : — 'Superfine Prints 96s per cwt ; Superfine Balk PCs per cwt; Seconds 80s to 90s. ClitrC- -e : — Prime Loaf 6«l to 6.U1.- pet 'Tv*-'? Prime Cheddar large. 6d p'er ib; Second quality 4id to $£d per lb. Bacon : — (Jhoiuo Sides 8d to 8vd per lb; Heavy Sides 7id to Sd per lb ; Flitches light- 7-i-d per lb. Eggs: — New Laid Suburban lid to Is per doz ; Railways 8d to Od per doz ; Rivers 8d to 8|d per doz ; Bladder of Lard Gd per ib, Balk 6d ; Q.iI.E: Dripping 3d per lb. Farm. Produce: — Potatoes Old, £7 to £S 10$ person ; New £S to £9 per ton; Lucerne £3 to £3 10s per ton ; Onions £7 to £7 10s per ton ; Prime Maize 2s 8d per bushel ; Brau £4 10s per ton : Poliard £?!? 10s per ton. Xmas Hams: — Hams in double cloth, celebrated A. B.C. brand, Decem ber delivery, weights 9 to 15 lbs., guaranteed quality, Is 2d per lb.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Life's Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

life's tliliiipli. It matters little where I was born. Or whether my parents were rich or ?J pi; or; Whether they shrank from the cold world's scorn, Or walk in the pride of wealth secure But whether I live an honest man, And hold integrity firm in my clutch, I tell yon, brother, as plain as lean, | It matters much. I It matters little how long I stay In t'iis world of sorrow, sin aud care ; Whether in youth I am called away Or live till my bones aud pate are bare, But whether I do the best I can To soften the weight of adversity's J touch. On the faded cheek of my fellow man — It matters much. It matters little where bo .my grave, On the laud or in the sen By brook or stormy wave— ? It matters little or. naught to me. But whether the Angel of Death comes ?down, Aud marks my brow with his loving touch. As one that shall wear the victor's . crown — It matters much.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Great Men on Books. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

[?] A good book is the precious life blood of a.master-spirif. embalmed aud treasured upon purpose to a life be yond. — Milton. + + - + + + + God be thanked for books. They are the voices of the distant and the dead, niul make us hoirs of the spiritual life of past ages. + + + ' ? + + + Books is the ' legacies that a great genius leaves to mankind, which are delivered down from genei'alion to 'generation, as presents to the posterity of thosd who are yet unborn. — Addison. + + + \ 4* 4* + ? -. j A library may be regarded as t4«e solemn chamber iu which a man maV-^ take counsel with all that h'ave. been wise and great aud good aud glorious amongst the men that have gone before him — Dawson. ' ? t _ t t No possession can surpass or even equal a good Horary, to - the lover of books. Here are treasured for his daily use and delectation riches, which increase by being consumed, ;n-.d pleasures which never cloy. * — Lung ford.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Is it You. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

Ic IS ' I.v just a minute, mamma,' But the leaf is turned, ami Will Ten pases rends before ho hee.is The errand waiting sfill. Ah, he thinks he loves her dearly This patient mother, yet What added care he bids her hear When her wishes he'll forget.. 'In just a minute, mamma,' And the doll dress nearly done ! Though tiuly Kate but meant to wait Till another seam was ran.) Fast, f-'st her needle flying. But the momeuts faster flew, And iniuiraii sighed— -all day she tried To iiud tiiis lost tiin?, too. .''In jnst a minnte.ninmma.' But the minuses nninber ten As nr;rn m;; stands \v;rh idle bauds And waits ami wails again Till the boys come in from marbles With always the s.ime old 'Why,' It's late, we know — we beat 'em though, Then somehow time slipped by.' ' In just a minute, mamma ' — Do you think, dear, heedless crew Whose ready hand for each demand Your helpless childhood knew ? Who bent to your slightest fancy With constant care the while, Whose days were, yours, whose love endnr...

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

[?] Do you wish the world were better ? Let me u'll you what to :!o : Seta watch upon your actions, Keen then: always straight and true ; Rid your mind of selfish motives, ; Let your thoughts be clean and hitrli . You can make a little Eden Ou (lie 'sphere yon .occupy; Do you wish the world were wiser ? Well, suppose yon make a start By accumulating wisdom In the scrapbook of your heart, Do not waste one page on folly ; Live to learn, and learn to live, If you want to give men knowledge, ; You must get if, ere you give. Do you wish the world were happy ? Then remember day by day ... Just to scatter seeds o„f kindness As you pass along the way; For the pleasure of the many May be ofttimes traced to one, As the haud that plants au acorn Shelters armies from the sun. — Ella Wheeler Wilcox.

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By Clarice Gorman, Convert School Candelo [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

By Clarice Gorman, Conveivi Scliool Candelo. Of all the sources of lutellectnal culture, 1 to which young persons may have access, ) books are the most valuable. By read- j ing, we are brought into contact with the good and the bad, and as we cannot converse with a good man without beiug made better, and vice versa, so our j reading will influence us either for better or for worse. As food is the nourishment of the body, so does knowlege give strength to the mind ; and as no one would eat all that is set 'before him, so no one should read all that he meets. Books are indeed the only means of entering into the thoughts of the great men of all ages. The reading of good books will afford us great pleasure, as they are delightful companions for young aud old. The love of reading should be culti vated early in life, and some book always kept at hand, to which from time to time we may refer. Young persons should be most careful in the choice of books, as 011 this depends the good or evil ...

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