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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

General News. Woods'Great Peppermint Cure, for Coughs add Colds. never tails. Is fid . *- * * Ansfcralin's High Commissioner is fast becoming Loudon's pet. At a great i banquet of the National Servire League, the p!«rty of 500 gave three cheers for Sir George at the call of Lord Roberts. Mr. W. A. Holman on Chief Secre- | tary Wood: 'If there was one thing he appreciated about a mau, it was cour age. He could assure them Mr. Wood I possessed this, aud he had never been afraid to take the responsibility of what he considered was right, although Heaven had ordained him to be born iu the outer darkness of Liberalism.' * * * A Cobar exchange says: — ' A metro politan paper tips Mr. Donald Mac Donnell for the position of Chief Sec retary iu the new Parliament. Cobar would like to see him Minister for Works.' # * * The Solicitor General's investigations show that the extent to which the fin ances of the State would benefit by the abolition of tbe Upper House wonld be £87(38. * * * Thus th...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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School Teachers! We want your Attention, Advice and Help. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

^?School TeachersP We want your Attention , Advice and Help. mjE purpose establishing in the columns of The Southern ItECOiiD a 'Young People's Corner,' for the benefit of . Children in the Schools throughout the' Electorate. J , ' WE believe there is much undeveloped talent in the possession of our Boys and Girls which by judicious encouragement they could be induced to exercise to their own, and eventually their ? country's good. With your hearty co-operation we believe the Press can be made a most effective means of giving the necessary encourage ment, and hence approach you. OUR PLAN, briefly and roughly outlined, is as follows : — That before the end of July every Principle of a School who is sufficiently interested to become identified with the move ment, forward to this office a list of Twelve Subjects suit able for Children to deal with in an Essay. That a Committee of five, consisting of three teachers, a citizen, and a member of The Record staff, select from the said Lists...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

TT is the intention of THE MUTUAL LIFE 1 AND CITIZENS' ASSURANCE COM PANY, LIMITED, on or after the 9th dfty of AUGUST next, to issue a SPECIAL POLICY in lieu of POLICY NO. 43,375, issued by the CITIZENS' LIFE ASSUR ANCE COMPANY, LIMITED, on the life of EDMUND ALEXANDER COMAN, ivhich policy is declared to have been LOST. HORSES CLIPPED in thirty minute* by the AMERICAN MACHINE CLIP PER. For sale at MURPHY AND COLLINS'. FOR SALE.— PIANO (Victor No. II.) al most equal to new ; also ES TEY OR GAN, iu good order. Apply I MRS. A. H. SCHUBACK, 1 j^EGA COURSING CLUB. (Registered under N.C.A. Rules). Opening Meeting. - WEDNESDAY, JULY 13.^ And FOLLOWING DAY (if necessary). PROGRAMME. BEGA CUP, for an unlimited number of Dogs aud Bitches of all ages, at £1 Is each, and Trophy (presented by Mr. W. W. WREN. President.) — ALSO- SWEEPSTAKE for all Dogs run out in First Round of Cup Entry 10/6. ENTRIES CLOSE with the Secre tary on Saturday, 9th July, at 8 p.m. tS*DATE OF NEXT MEETING . . ? . . 3r...

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CATHCART. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

CATHCART. W Towamba and Cathcart footballers ?will meet at Cathcart uext Saturday. Mr. T. Murphy's two children, men tioned in our last as suffering- with diphtheria, are, we are pleased to report; now out of danger. Miss Peterson, who has been ailing for ' a considerable time, shows no improvement, being now quite helpless. Mr. W. Dorl met with an accident f tiie Bibbenlake bridge oue day last iek. His horses bolted and oue of b, wheels of the waggon passed over 'tins leg, cutting and bruising it badly. Dr. Welsh attended his wounds, and wa learn he is getting along splendidly.

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Inter-District. TATHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

Inter-District. TATHRA. Jv^HAViNf! commemorated the obsequies of Caudelo's G::ar -i.\n' in mournful regret, we hail its off-spring, as heir thereto, and of all (lie ages, being assured, that a good foundation has been laid on which to build an establishment of re nR™!?1- I I ra$ 1 he many years agreeable discourse I your late parent, has begotten a friendship lh;it must 'needs act in con sort- with progressive desires ; hence, though not at your christening, the ?writer feels the emotion and instinct of a God father. In this spirit, Tathra greets you in all fraternity, entering .you in the world's register as son of the people, whom mav God direct, your |i country nourish, and truth maintain. 'v';. On this glorious fourth of July, Tathra is looking most picturesque, ?calling to the surface of the mind all that is ideal, and clothed in the gnrb of serenity ; our ethereal sentiment being iloue disenchauted by the offers of two to one on Johnson, when immediately it becomes evident tha...

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The Fight. Johnson Retains the Championship. HUGE EXCITED CROWDS. A SANGUINARY CONTEST. HOW THE NEWS WAS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

The Fight Johnson Retains the Championship. j HUGE EXUITKD CROWDS. A SANGUINARY CONTEST. HOW THE NEWS WAS RECEIVED. Tkkmexdous and widespread interest has for many weeks centred upon that which hns uow eventuated, the heavy weight boxing championship of the world. Negro Johnson has held tbe belt since he defeated Burns iu Sydney 18 months ago, but his white brothers could not be reconciled to the thought of leaving the coveted treasure in the bauds of a 'nigger,' aud immediately 'set to work to get their great unbeaten champion, James J. Jeffries, tit to enter the lists against him. Monday, 4th July (America's gala day by the way) saw the despised black man prove his undoubted superiority iu the fistic art over the best the white man can ''dig rip,' signally vanquishing his big op ponent in 15 rounds. The Preparations were conducted on a colossal scale and affordpd an interesting and striking ex ample of how such things seize npon the public mind and sway it. A great, arena capable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

BEST FOR CROUP. A child may go to bed at night in his usual health, except, perhaps for a cold, a— i only to awaken a few hours later with a well developed attack of croup, and the remain der of the night is spent by the anxious Par~ euts in trying to relieve his suffering, which is usually more or less experimental. A bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the- house will save anxiety, expense and perhaps the life of the child. _ When this medicine is given at the first indication or ?croup the attack may be avoided and often, after the croupy cough has appeared it will prevent rhe attack. Sold by all dealers in medicine.*

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Reeve-Allert Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

Reeve-Allert Concert. -------*-------       This really high class concert, under the auspices of the local Methodist Church, eventuated in the School of Arts on Monday evening last, and rare ly, if ever has Candelo been given such a musical and artistic treat. Mr. T. Parker Reeve, the violinist, has already earned a reputation that nothing the Record can say will add to, and he fully   maintained his fame before the large and appreciative audience. Prof. Allert is an eocationist a good step above the average and those who had the pleasure of hearing him will not soon forget him. The select company of   local talent seemed to realise that some thing 'extra' was expected of them, and nobly rose to the occasion. Al though supporters of the 'stars' they were no mean backers and their ef forts were thoroughly enjoyed. Rev. F. Walkden Brown had the arrange ments in hand and that the long pro gramme was gone through without ...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 9 July 1910

News Hi Notes. On Saturday night Mr. Ryan, one of the would-be opponents of Mr. Wood in the coming election, addressed a gathering at Mann's Hotel. * * * Rev. W. Watts, (Presbyterian), ?will conduct service in the Candelo Metho dist Church on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. * * # The Federal Government, according to the Governor-General's speech at the opening of Parliament the other day, intend to make the Federal capital more than a mere name. A.11 arrangements necessary for the laying out aud con struction of the city are being expedi tiously proceeded with. Sounds like business. ' * # * The Federal Parliament met as an nounced on last Saturday morning for the swearing in and election of chief presiding officers. Senator Tnrley, Queensland, was elected President of of the Senate, and Mr. McDonald, Queensland, speaker of the House of Reps. The Chairmen of Committees are Senator J. D. O'Keefe, Tasmania, and Mr. Poynton (South Australia). The leadership of (he Opposition has been giv...

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CATHCART. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

CATHCART. ? 4 ? | ~ The Bibbenluke aud Cathcart School Boys and J uniors combined met on the local ground last Saturday, the match being very exciting. The boys played first class football, Bibbenluke even tually winning by 11 points to 8. Towamba and Cathcart footballers also played a match. The first half of the game could hardly be termed foot ball, but a mere rough and tumble, neither sides scoring. The second half was a little more open. Stanley Stewart scored a try for Cathcart, aud a feyv minutes before the full-time whistle was blown W. Rutherford kicked a field goal for Towamba, thus making Towamba victors by 4 points to 3. The Catbcart team provided tea for the visitors, at which both sides scored well. There is still a great deal of sickness in Cathcart, several being laid aside by different complaints. A very severe accident happened to _. TVr-r. Harry Thompson on the Cathcart road to Bibbenluke last Friday evening. He was on his way -to Bibbenluke about lialf-past seven...

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DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

DELEGATE. Mr. Bradley, at present stationed at Bendoc, but who intends shortly to re side in Delegate, has been appointed to assist (as Lay Reader) with the Rev. R. Elliott (Church of England), the par ish being rather too extensive for Mr. Elliott to attend to all the centres in the way that be should like to do without some assistance. The work of clearing the route of the Bairnsdale to Orbost railway is sup posed to commence this week. Local tusbmen are to be given the preference in the work over all others. To be engaged it is necessary to register your name at either one of the following Police Stations : Orbost, Bruthen, Bairnsdale. The quarterly meeting ri the Star of Delegate was held on Thursday night last in the Lodge room about thirty members being present including a number of ladies. The usual business was transacted and three ladies were elected members by ballot and duly initiated. During the meeting the N.G., Bro. Sol. Goodman, notified his '*** intention of donating...

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Inter-District. WYNDHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

Inter-District. From our Correspondents. WYNDHAM. Severe frosts followed by nice warm days is the general order. Our local postmaster, Mr. A. Walter, is leaving us this week. On Friday ( night last he was entertained by tlie townsfolk and presented with a to bacco pouch with silver shield and eu Jl||!|'ivod initials. On Saturday after ?'*^i§jfon ou ^enn;s coart he was enter tained at afternoon tea and made the recipient of an address and beautiful i gold medal. Mr. Walter has acted as secretary for the local club and has also provided the court for this pleasant game. Our best wishes for success in the future go with him. Mrs. W. A. Collins is to be his successor. She has been a resident of Wyndam for a num ber of years. Mr. Sherwood, a travelling photo graphei', is in town and doing good business. He is turning out some ex cellent work.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

'^School TeacfaersP We want your Attention , Advice and Help. „ ^ E purpose establishing ia the columns of The South erst Record a 'Young People's Corner,' for the benefit of Children in the Schools throughout the Electorate. WE believe there is much undeveloped talept in the possession ^ of our Boys and Girls which by judicious encouragement they could be induced to exercise to their own, and eventually tlies- J|jk country's good. 'With your hearty co-operation we believe the Press can fee made a most effective means of giving the necessary encourage ment, and hence approach you. OUR PLAN, briefly and roughly outlined, is as follows: — That before tlie end of July every Principal of a School wIssd is sufficiently interested to become identified with the move ment, forward to this office a list of Twelve Subjects suit able for Children to deal with in an Essay. That a Committee of five, consisting of three teachers, a citizeiv and a member of The Record staff, select from the saffi ...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

Spirts from lie Anvil. God audi are invincible. — Motto. * # * Wishing of all employments is the worst! Philosophy's reverse aud health's decay! # * * In idle wishes fools supinely stay: Be there a will — and wisdom finds a way. — Craube. If w * Wishers and Woulders are never good householders. * * * The tests of life are to make, not to break us. — Maltbie D. Babcock. * * * Our evil genius always gives its views first. a # * I am a prince with princely feeling, A ruler if I rale my heart. — Russian Saying. * * * Sin and penalty go thiough the world with their heads tied together. — Plato. Consequences are unpitying. — George Eliot. * ? * * When God prepares a hammer it will not be made of silk. — HORACE JduSHN ELL. * * # Lack is a fool. Pluck is a hero. * # *= My business is not to remake myself, Bat to make the absolute best of what God made. — Browning. * # # The devil always gives the best view. — Howard. * * * All mountains are hard to climb, and most of all the mount of Sacrif...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

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In Tibet. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

11 Tibet. The experience of the first white woman to penetrate to Lake Manasaro war (the Sacret Lake of Tibet) is told very naturally by one of the two enter prising travellers, Miss E. C. M. Browne, in the April number of Travel and Exploration. The unpleasantly primitive habits of the Tibetans arc amusingly described : it is a solid ract that some Tibetans never bathe from the cradle to the grave. Once in treating a Tibetan lama,, who was suffering from dropsy, Miss Sheldon recommended a bath on a warm day. The wife held a consultation with our Tibetan Christian woman as to the effect of such heroic treatment. He had never had a bath in his life, she said' and she was not quite sure whether he would survive one ! Their prejudices were overcome, the man was bathed, and eventually recovered. Since then there have been other similar cases, and a few days before the penning of this article a sick Tibetan woman, who came to the Mission, was in such a filthy condition that vermin seemed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

A Paper for the People. -y^r £y^V C ^OtttltCnt MttdXil and %ktxtiw®* Printed at Candelo. Issued every SATURDAY; .... Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. Stands for no Party, but for Principles. Panders to 110 class, clique, or corporation. Lives and labours for Truth, for the best interests of the community, and for the highest good of the people. Caters for all tastes and temperaments and times, and has Representatives in all important centres in the Electorate. Aims to be an educational force, a social bond, a moral in fluence, an up-lifting power in the community. Claims 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 per annum, i §— sTT* JL' ^ f3Bgg^SSPm We give Great DISCOUNT for all SMsS? ADVANCE PAYM...

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What the World owes to Misers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

What the world owes to Misers. Has anyone ever attempted to compute what the world owes to misers ? Guy's Hospital stands as a monument of the niggardliness of a man who wonld not waste a half penny candle when a mat tei of business could be settled by talk ing. The British Museum may per haps be counted as another concrete in stance of the great effects of avarice, which Byron called a good old gentle manly vice. Sir Hans Sloane was ex cessively parsimonious, his usual dinner being a boiled egg. In Mr. Ralph Nevill's recently published book The Merry Past, it is related that Sir Hans was once told by Dr. Mortimer, when he complained of being deserted by his friends, that people were probably rather disappointed to go all the way to Chelsea'. to find such slight refreshments as his house offered. The old man flew into a rage at this, and exclaimed : ' Keep a table ! Invite people to dinner! Would you have me ruin myself? Pub lic credit totters already, and if, as has been presaged t...

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PUGILISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

PUGILISM. V/C? MAN of principle is a man of character. He may be rough and uncouth, morose and unlov able, |a social failure and a financial bankrupt, and yet, because of his un swerving principle, be a man of char acter. You can bank on him every time in a tight corner; he is a man to trust, because his foundation is firm and right, despite the unlovely appearance of the superstructure. He is a man! As you judge a man, so you should judge all things. Many folk never bother digging to the root of a thing, the look of it is good enough for them, and they look askance and even angrily at the man who can see the basic truth and dares to condemn that which his easy-going, shallow-brained brother tolerates and- maybe patronises. It is an incontrovertible truth that that ?which is wrong in principle is wrong in practice. 'Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?' They do not think of it, because it against the laws of nature. Principle underlies the moral and spiritual as natu...

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American Sarcasm. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 16 July 1910

Mericffli sirasi. Sunday he wore a rose on the lapel of his coat, and when the plate was passed he gave a copper to the Lord. He had several bills in his pocket, and sundry change, perhaps a dollar's worth, but he hunted about, and, finding this poor little copper, he laid it on the plate to aid tlie church militant in its fight against the world, the flesh, and the devil. . His silk hat was beneath the seat, and his gloves and cane were be side it, the copper on the plate — a whole copper. On Saturday afternoon he had had a gin ric-key at the cafe, and his friend had had a fancy drink, while th e cash register stamped 35 cents on the slip the boy presented to him.' Peeling off a bill, he handed it to the lad, and gave him a copper tip when he brought back to him the change for the bill. A copper for the Lord and a copper for the waiter ! And the man had his shoes polished on Saturday afternoon, and handed out a dime without a murmur. He had a shave, and paid 15 cents for it with eq...

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