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The Need of Reading Good Books. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 11 November 1910

. TSi Mggj M isallig G§§a isiiis. By.Crcrtie Jcluisou, Convent Bdiool j OantieSo. I ? ? I Many spare moments that, would other wise be idle are spent iu reading. As all who desire to possess, more know ledge of the world and of its past and present inhabitants, are obliged to read, Books not only serve as ' pass times,' but as very profitable information. Some books are true stories, such as the lives of great men, but others are the fruits of imaginative brains, which founded their tale on some little every day fact. All books belonging to this class are often thought, to be bad— some j of them are, but all must not be con demned- for a;' tew. .besides many or the trne stories are of a pernicious' character, so there' ds good, and bad of ail sorts. The result' of reading bad books: is sometimes very terrible. Some of tliem are so well written, that the reader, 110 matter how . uu willing lie may be, is forced to nurse a feeling of admiration for the terrible characters they represe...

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

[?] Ox Wednesday evening, at Mr. John Collin's Queen's Hotel, about 40 local Liberal Reformers gathered together for the purpose of honoring Mr. William Tapper for the. work he had accomplished in connection with the recent election. Mr. J. A. Gordon, president of the Liberal Association, occupied the chair, aud spoke in the highest terms of appreciation of Mr. Tapper's efforts. Messrs. J. F. Allen, Jacob Britten, and E. Morrisoii also expressed sentiments of approval of the guests work for the cause of Liberalism. Mr. Tapper responded to their remarks briefly. The company then drank the health of the guest, and sang with gz-eat gusto 'He's a Jolly Good Fellow.'' Toasts for ' The Host and Hostess,' (Mr. and Mrs. J. Collins), 'Liberal Workers,' 'Ladies,' and 'The Musici ans,' were duly honored and responded to during tho evening. The musical portion of tho function was contributed by Messrs. Jack Corbett, E. Morrison, and Jack Tapper who each sang songs, accompanied on the piano by M...

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Best Evidence of Christianity. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Best evMwmb %l Cliiis ttonify. Many books have been written in de fence of Christianity : but the dust has gathered ou most of them. Long argu ments and eloquent sermons have Leeii made and preached to convince men of tlie IVUIU OL v- ll l iMlci liiLj , uuu uic impression made by most of these has b;.-i-ii it.-iiiyiorary. There are two argu ments in favour of Christianity which no sincere soul can resist ; one is tin; life of Christ as it is mirrored in the Gospels, and the other is the life of the Christian which is the reflection of the life of Christ. ' Must leave you ' said an infidel to the Christiike Fenelon, ' if I stay with you much longer, I will be a Christian.' In the devout Feuelon that infidel saw an argument in favour of Christianity which compelled oelief in its truth, 'it was the South African explorer, Stanley who said that his association with Dr. Livingstone com pelled him to be a Christian. Aud so it has ever beeu. The life of Christ is mirrored in the Chiistian....

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"TISS Me Dood Night." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

46 TISS MS iHHi NiCjSt.' ' Please, mamma, please, tiss me dood night.' My blue eyed love with sunny curls Stood pleading, 'tween her sobs and tears ; ' ? . I said, %- I can't kiss naughty girls/ I led her to the snowy cot ; _ 'Please, mamma, .piease, sne«uuucu again, 'I won't be naughty any more.' T left her. all her pleadings vaiuy I had been reared in Spartan School, And deemed it duty to control With rigid rule, nor never knew That love with love should away the soul. f I heard her sob ; my mother heart With yearning failed to sooths and cheer, Yet I refrained : and in her sleep My baby still lay sobbing there. 'Twas midnight when I felt a touch — A fever'd hand lay ou my brow ; My white-robed baby pleaded still, ' Please, mamma, please, I tan't s'eep now !' All through that agonising night, Delirious she moaned in pain ; The little UTOKea ueuru sun jjiuu. For kisses that 1 gave iu vain. At dawn the angels hovered near; She nestled close, and smiled, and said, 'I won't be naughty...

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Poetry. To The Conquered. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

jj^-@Qi3?-y[o [?] I sing the hymn of the conquered, who fell in the battle of life— The hymn of the wounded, the beaten, who died overwhelmed in the I strife; Not the jubilant song of the victors, for whom the sounauip auuiuuu Of natious was lifted in chorus, whose brows wore thechaplet of fame But the hymn of the low and the humble, the weary and broken in heart, Who strove and who failed, acting bravely a silent and desperate part; Whose youth bore no flower on its i ? ,!,„., roimoo linnp.s burned iu ashes awav, From whose hands slipped the prize - they had grasped at who stood at the dying of day, With the work of their life all around them, unpuieu, uuuecuwg, c.w*.~,_ With 'death swooping down o'er then failure, and all but their faith overthrown, . ! While the voice of the world shouts its chorus* its paeau tor taose who have won : While the trumpet is sounding trium phant, and high to the breeze and the sun, anv banners arc waving, hands clapp I inf, and hurrying feet, Throwin...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

spams from me AiviL _ -a. ? — — Tiifuk is no better way of saving your meal than by sharing your cake. * * * A change of character accomplishes j more than a chango of climate. iff. ?*? He oives the world no kindling who always1 carries a chip on his shoulder. Parents need to remember that children learn twi--e as much with then eves as with their ears. J # * * The strange thing is that a man who is satisfied with so little in himself demands so much in others. * * * Love for God takes in everybody else. * * * Growl less, aud one grows in grace. Folks who hope are geuci ally folks who help. * . * * Give love the powei|and it will always help. l * * * A stingy Christian is a living dis honour to Christ. * » * ? * It is hard to tire the man whom Christ has rested. . * * * Mnr-v mp.n are twine to straighten the universe with fiugers that have done nothing else but get things into a I tauglo. __ „ — ' Christian Herald.' * « '» Men who get rich quick sometimes «et rid of it the same way....

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From a Father's Viewpoint. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

mm o Ffltiw's view- 1 - ? \ certain lawyer who bad previously been so preoccupied that he had held his children same.what at arm's length, found that bis only son was getting borond the control of his mother, and fssvrin' that if longer deferred counsel ?wouldlxs too lnte.be resolved to 'get acquainted' with his own boy, aged fifteen, by taking him as a traveuiug companion on a business trip, lie did not treat him as a boy .to be watched, however, but as the wise man afterwards said, in the hearing of the writer : ;iI treated him as an honoured guest, j and I was surprised, as the habitual re- ; straint wore off, to find how many good points my own son had, and how com panionable he conld be withal. After. T.-e bad been together almost constantly for days, I was surprised as well to feel the vears slipping away -from rae aud to fiud'myself living over my half forgotten boyhood. '?T lmd not nremeditated reaching the heart of my boy by that means, however' continued 'the man, who was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Articles Moral and Seligious, Philosophical, and Didactical' ? , ? --~j ? ^^~ — '?- __jChur^]i_SenMC^sL____ ~~ Candelo District. (Jatholif. f r ASS will be celebrated as under— N0VE3IBER. 20th-0andeto 11. ^ ^^VSG, P. P Chuvoli of Englaiul KAMEEUK A PARISH. ^ ,,:tvc -av.R,fTO.R will be bold -as tiu X) der — NOVEMBER. ? 6-Candolo S a.iu. (H.C) ; Kamornja U a.m (H.C.) ; Wolumla 3 p.m. ; Candelo ,.30 13-Bembok 11 a.m; . Tsmtawanglo 3; ,0-w£Sn°H.C, Condole 3 p^, .7_TSS^7U-H.C, Bc^aaJ 10th (Wednesday)-Niagoca^-X akdner * Australasia,! ^efchoOist O^reK DIVINE SERVICES will be conducted as under — NOVEMBER. 13th— Candelo 7.30, Rev. F. H. Walkden-Brown. T-res'by terian.. Be-ra every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30'p.m Candelo every secoud Sunday in each mondi at3p-m- -Bev.W*. Watts.

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World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

wofls-wifie GteiiMp. The Commonwealth wreath, sent to the funeral of Sir Harry Itniwson, bore the inscription: ' He was a m.in ?vi ho in world- wide service gained umveisal esteem.' * * * . bydney Municipal Conncn has. tixect ? the minimum wage for its laborers in all departments at 8s a dny. « * The New Zealand House of Repre sentatives passed tho Gaming Bill, abolishing permits to bookmakers and' reducing the number of days on which the totalisalor may be used. The hobble skirt which Sydney Society women are wearing is now known as 'The Peter Bowling ' or ' Leg-iron !' ? , * . * . ?* _ ..y Twenty-six Japanese have been trie'd by a secret Court, and sentenced to death for being concerned iu a plot to assassinate the Emperor. For every million inhabitants in Russia there are only ten newspapers and journals. * * -» This year the collections iu Australia for the Salvation Army self-denial fund totalled £39,350. A woman wearing a hobble skirt and carrying a baby, tripped aud dropped t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

^iCJiii^ riSBijjy OuiMli.' To be held at --TA¥TAWA!TG-LO-- ? ON ? Wednesday., litli December. PltOGIU&ME : THROWING- AT CRICKET STUMP. Prize 10s, eatraaco Is. STEPPING 100 yds. Prize 10s, entrance Is KICKING- FOOTBALL, from a place-kick. Prize 10s, entrance Is. ALL COMERS ' HANDICAP. Prize 10s, BEST PEA-RIFLE SHOT. Prize 10a, eut r&nce Is. . NAIL DRIVING COMPETITION, for ladies. Prize 10s, entrance Is. YOUTHS RACE, under 15 yrs. Prize 5s, entrance Gel. THREAD THE NEEDLE RACE. Prize 5s, entrance Gd. LADIES RACE. Prize 5s, entrance Gd CLEAVING THE TURKS HEAD. Prize 5s, entrance 6d. . A Social Evening will be held in the Church Building on Friday 16th December, Tickets : Dovible 3a, and Single 2s. J. BRITTEN,) Joint A. SOLOMON, ) Hon. Sees A.B. 8 D.R ASSOCIATION ? Tenderso RENDERS are hereby invited for the ri«hti 1 to PUBLICAN'S BOOTH, and TEA BOOTH at the abovo Society's Annual Show to be held on 22nd and 23rd February, 1911 Tenders will close with the Secretary oi We...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

. A Paper for the People. . ? ^ ? x^c^c^^^^^^lo ' l^djCT^- ? „ ? SsrtulWfM' %\ fit flTPn ami ^-W^ W Iwl ♦ Printed at Candelo. Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. .Stands for no Party, but for Principles. Panders to no - class, clique, or corporation. ' Lives and labours for Truth, for the best interests of the community, and for the highest good of the people. aters for all tastes and temperaments and times, and has Representatives in all important centres in the Electorate. Aims to he an educational force, a social bond, a moral in fluence, an up-lifting ^ power in the community. laims to be clean, reliable, outspoken, useful, interesting, up-to-date, and alive to the requirements of its readers. Hopes and strives to be worthy of the patronage of every home ?? within reach of its influence and the benefits it bestows. Expects to receive all the support it earns. The Subscription to this Journal is £1 per3!a&aium, ^m^SS^ We ^ive Gpeat DI...

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BIBBENLUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

BIBBENLUKE. A GOOD many showers have fallen since the startling of shearing, thus delay ing the work considerably. From tbe shearers we hear frequent complaints, but the rousenbouts, (locals generally) make no objections. Now that the football season has expired, the tennis club seems to be receiving a fair amount of patronage.. On Saturday last a team of ladies and gents journeyed to Bombala to try conclusions with that club, but sad to sav, were thoroughly outclassed. The following represented the locals : — Ladies, Mrs. D. Wilson, Miss. E. McLennon, Miss M. Bennett, and Miss E. R,utherfnrd ; Gents, D. Wilson, F. Thomas, M. and J. Stewart.. The first camp of Railway Surveyors are said to be making good progress. They are now encamped within a mile or so of the township. The local creamery has again com. menced operations, but a considerable decrease in the number of suppliers are noticeable to that of previous years. 16/11/'1O.

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Austin Chapman And Penny Postage. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

ADStiR Cliplil AH* Pen! Postage. From the Melboure* Age, Wednesday November 9, 1910. The debate on the second reading of the Postal Rates Bill which introduces uniform penny postage was resumed in the House of Representatives yesterday afternoon. ivir. ^ook i^ix. o. vv .; saiu na uuu uu objection to this reform and he con gratulated the member for Bdeii Monaro (Mr. Chapman) upon the early realization of the reform he had pro posed on two previous occasions. On these occasions Mr. Chapman received very scant courtesy from the two Leaders of the Labor Party Messrs. Watson and Fisher, .who were vicious in their onslaughts upon the proposal ; hut the scene had changed and uowtbev saw almost every member of the Labor Party prepared to . vote for penny postage. Mr. Thomas was a very lucky man. but he, (Mr. Cook) contended that there was no reason why penny postage should not commence on 1st January instead of postponing its introduction until loth April. (Hear, hear.) There was no legitim...

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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

EDEN. The Eden rowing clubs 5th annual i-egatta eventuated an Monday last at the Eden wharf. It had been arranged to hold the regatta at Quarantine Bay, but, as this was not; in accordance with the approval of a large number, tho committee decided at a meeting held a few clays before the event to hold, it at the wharf. By having the regatta at the wharf tbe club does not collect an}' gate money, bnt, depend upon the ball at night to balance things, and judging by the attendance at the ball on Monday night, they should have a good oalance in hand for next year. The weather on Monday was fine and bright, and except for a high North East breeze which mado it unpleasant for those contesting in the skiff races, was all that conld be desired. A large crowd assembled at the wharf, and a good number were scattered around the headlands, picnicing and viewing the various events. Mr. Win. Jones, who was appointed secretary a week Ot' two previous to the regatta, had all details well arranged, ...

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Bemboka Spring Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

BanMM spring luces. Foli.owiko are the results of the Bem- boka Spring Races held last Saturday : Opening Handicap. Selah, 9.12 ... .'.-. 1 Simonides 9.4 .... ??? 2 Tinebrah 6.12 ... ... 3 Handicap Hack Race. Wobbigong, 9.7 ... ... 1 Orroroo, 9,0 ... ??? 2 D'Arcy, 7.0 ? 3 Bemboka Spring Handicap. Simonides, 9.4 ... ... 1 Splinterwood, 8.12 .. 2 ?Transfer, 7.2 .... ... 3 Time Handicap Trot. Ringdove, osecs behind... 1 Klnmhfir. snratcli ... 2 Rebel Reel, scratch ... 3 Flying Handicap. Selah, 10.2 ? 1 Simonides, 9.8 ... ... 2 Transfer, 7.4 ? 3

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Mt. DARRAGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Mt. DARRAGH. Mr. W. J. Collins, when accompany ing the Shiie Engineer through New Station, had a narrow escape from accident last Monday. His horse slipped on a sideline, and '?oiled down a steep hillside. Mr. Collins was pulled over and fell a considerable distance, but, fortunately, was able to get out of the way of the horse.. Both got a severe shaking, but luckily: without injury to either. Mr. Bedford, Shire Engineer, was out through. New Station and Mt. Darragh districts looking for a cheap outlet for the settlers. So far, unfor tunately, no grade that could be adopted with the money available was discovered. The settlers ' propose searching the Candelo side of the mountain for a practicable route. ll/ll/'lO.

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F.S.C. Rifle Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

F.S.C. Mill® Association. ? «? ? The third annual meeting of the above opened on Saturday with the cadet's match, and continued on Monday and Tuesday. The two chief events of the first, rlnv's shoot were won bv Candelo men, viz., R. G. Tait and C. Morton respectively. The celebrations took place on the Bega range. Following are the winners of the first day's prizes: In the cadets' match, D. Gowing and J. McPhee scored 59 each out of 70, and the former counted McPhee out and won. THE TYRO. Eight shots at 200 yards. Open to all those who have never won a prize at a Rifle Association meeting. M. Healy, £2 38 J. Weller, £1 37 C.Undeihill, £1 34 C. Morton, £1 34 F. Meaker, £1 33 A. H. Evan, £1 33 E. J. Bloraquist, £1 31 O. Crestin, 10s ? 29 L. J. Kelly, 10s ? 29 W. Schiok, 10s .29 W. Henderson, 10s 28 A. A. Ford, 10s 2G C. W. Brown, 10s 25 C. J. Campion, 10s 22 W. E. Blomquist, 10s 19 J. Cusack, 10s 10 TYRO TEAMS. J. Healy's team (M. Healy, J. Weller, L. Kelly, and F. Meaker) £5 121 T. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

s- To Stand the Season. i'-~r^ ' ? AT BEG A, ,/\- f i-\ and to travel the surround - ; -\~ '' x% ing District. ~~ }fi~ poay stallion, E k ii y ib 4l 4 4_ it £ I 44 a Dam MASCOT, Sire PICOA-TINY S - f £ ~. a == 2 3 g 3 a Pi c H m'- 1 --I1 i j ? -O ^ S ' §/ ? * 8 B .^ _- t4 -_ *u p S-° 2. . ' p 1.7 i PICCANINNY II is a beautiful dark Bay with black points, standing J.3.3\ hands high of spi&ndid conformation, with plenty of bone and muscle and has proved himself a sure foal getter. Terms £2. A reduction for two or more mares. . jj C. JOHNSON, Proprietor. . ? ? t'j The New Palace. Emporium. [ The Moras o_ . . . i! Antho&y Horderaa' ;: Famous Low Prices \ \ The Lowest in the Land. | ? Send for our ... f [ __£_____?_ -_^__I___B___ | 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. AHTBOHY H6RBERII ft SOUS, ONLY UKIYEKSAL PliCYIDSRS, JJTBlir PALACE JZHJiPORIBM, BR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

i Read This- 1^ To Oua Readers: We -would ask you to help us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep- : ._..._,, resentative newspaper by forwarding at: *~ yoit earliest convenience information that vi'! i\-- of public interest. You will thus j *?; (in i5i-i,.:i) toward advertising your particu- j [j l'ir pi.rt. of the electorate. Should you ' [I f.iil to si'r.ure your copy of the Bf.cokd ? t; nvjularly, ;-, complaint made to us will iv.- , li st,;!: i;; the matter. receiving pi'omj)!; iuves . (I lijr:-'-iiou. j': To Oontrtbittobs: V/hilst we unhesitatingly i throw our coluv.ins open to contributod ! articles on any subject'-, we reserve the I right to veto nay contribution, or sentence | of s;une which wo consider libellous or j sedition1;. Should ;i- writer assume a som ; )ra plums, his real name must accompany ; his or hov manuscript to insure publica ; tion. Alanuscript must be legibly written j and reach us not later than Wednesday \ of each week. :| . ' . iTo Coiim-RroiwKSTS: T...

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Humour. Lord Dundreary on the Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

[?] Ltri liiiiiiii ii the Ctiilrir — « — / ' The B— s and the D— s aud the C— s, my Lord, are gone to die country to-day ; ' . Shall I pack your traps for to morrow, my lord ?' 'Well, th-thatth the wegulah way. I th-think the c-couutwy's a gweat mithtake, For thevth n-nothing at all to see; The wiverth are all of them j-jatht alike, A.nd one twee'th j-jatht like an-nother twee.' ' But, my lord, the country is patron ised By fashiou and wealth and wit — ' ' Y-yeth, tho D-dnnwearwy mutht notith it too, Which ith w-wather the wortht of it. rhere'U be h-hortheth to dwive, and w-wambleth to lake, (Aud thd m-mountaiuth don't have ? any stairth), And h-howid mitidy dinnerth to er.t W-w.ithout any tableth and chairth.' ' Better join the Bachelors' Fishing Club, my lord,' — 'And go t-twarnpiug about in the ' wain ! E t-twied that experiment onth before i And I ii-nevov will twy it again.' j ' Then perhaps you'll take your gan, ? j my lord.' j ' _T-uo ; I th-thiuk I'd w-wather not. ; The b-bi...

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