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

!!&€ iillie , ? « ? The King and bis children r.ow favour the kilt, but in 1747 it was. the murk of treason, sedilion, and what not. An English chronicler tells us tLat in 1747 and 1/48 ? the following strange oath}?., ' W.'IK M('l rill l! l.-i m-nr] fri Q/-t\t t-m uti ff\ o,\ dvi to - ? their [loyalty : 'I do swear,, as I shall answer to God at the gieat Day of* Judgment, that I have not. nor shall — have, in my possession any gun, sword, pisioi, or any arm whatsoever, and that i never use . tartan, plaid, or any part of the Highland garu. If I do so, may I be cursed in my undertakings, family and property; may I never see my wife and children, father, mother, or relations; may I be killed in battle as a coward, and lie without Christian burial in a strange land, far from the grave of j niyjorcfathers and kindred ; may all this come across me if I break my oath.' The Act of Parliament was soon repealed, but the picturesque Scottish costume is disappearing in our day under i...

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

Q A W I—? A Kl ^ V1 /^ r^ f»l - . b« foUMZ, Produce and Seed Merchant, Carp Street, Bega, Can Supply Choice ' Brownell ' and ' Eaelt Eose ' Seed Potatoes (true to name) in any quantitj'. Prices on Application. Also note that he is is still good on Agri cultural and Garden Seeds, and can supply Artificial Manures at Sydney Prices, plus freight and carriage only. Write Today or Ring1 Up Telephone No. 6. The ILLAWARItA and SOUTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Bars, Weather and other circumstances permitting STEAMERS will LEAVE SYDNEY for BERMAGUI, TATfiRA, 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. TA.THRA, 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, Mana...

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

—————— 1^-^^^ who some - c - ~ j times require^ * ^ a Stimulant, \ ' - nothing is / * purer or safer^ : than L ? - __j fit is s.n i^:~^^q S rr ,- l--r:y: :^;-:.^l leiisctive c^^-^si&p

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The Duichman's Song about his Baby. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

fliHHii Ms Bflftg. Drue as I lif, mos every day I !arf me viidt to hear de vay Dot shmall young paby dry to play Dot fuuny leedle paby. Vhen I look at dera leedle toes And see dot funny leedle nose, And hear de vay dob rooster crows 1 shmile like [ vhos crasy. He pulls my nose, and kicks my hair And crawls me over everywhere And shlobbers'rne ; but vhot 1 care? Dot vhos my shmall young paby Shumdimes dere comes a leedle soli wall Dot's ven de vindy vinil vill crawl Rigth undt his leedle scbtomach small *\T'#-. *r»J#-l/-vl-c- 4-.-v*-v I-\nrt fnn -~ii^Iiiit I Dot makes him sing at night so shvect, j And gorybaric he must, eat, A.ud I.musht shump slip ry on my feet, To help dot leedle paby. Around t my neck dot leedle arm Vhos shqnosing me so nice and yharm Oil \ ni it rln»»» iiuupi1 r«oino tinmfl* l*f!7'm To dot shmall leedle paby !

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The First to Win the V.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

[?] It is a fact worthy of notice that, the very first winner of the coveted Victoria Cross— V.C., as it is commonly called hv the soldiers— a distinction that every -j — British soldier wonld rather have than any othar iu the world, was a boy. C D. Lucas, who attained to the rank of rear admiral, was but a mid shipman on board Her Majesty's ship ' Hecla,' when, on Jane 21, 1854, he did the gallant deed which cansed him to be vecommeuaeu iu v^ueeu ''?«'' j Cor tbe new decoration she had just j instituted. It was while in action off Bomarsund that a live shell dropped upon the deck of the 'Hecla' threat ening death aud destruction to scores of sailors as soon as the explosion occurr ed. But, while others looked at it fascinated, Lucas rushed forward aud, at the imminent risk of his own life, piCKeU up 1UB eugiuts ui uoa»u €*..«.. successfully threw it overboard. By this act he not only had the honour of gaining the Victoria Cross, bnt of hav inw his ::ame handed down to all time as t...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Is Life Worth Living. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

is Ufe WOTta living. 'Is life worth living ?' Ask of iiir;i Who toils both dny and night To make a little home for those' So dear nnto his sight. 'Is life worth living ?'' Ask of her' Who, crowned with widow's weeds, Doth-find supreinest happines.s - In kind and noblest deeds. , 'Is life worth living ?' Ask again Of those whose highest aim Is to assist their i'ellow-tn--in Without one thoughtof fume., '?Is life worth living ?' Ahl-dear friend, Let these good peop'e tell : A better question far is thi.- — 'Is life worth living we!; ':''

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To-Day [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

[?] It's just' To-day, you know, that we are during all our living. To-morrow's — .mioty Yesterdays— are swathed in silk o' dreams ; It's just to-day that we may have for loving and forgiving, Maybe in tho dusty pathway, or by sheltered woodland btre.'.nis. t's To-day we should be smiling in the eyes that smile in ourr, It's lo-uay we suouia-ue oattnng ror tue Truth, for God, for Right Tho sunlight un the l.iils is fair, and J fragrant are the. flowers. Davs that wet p. and days to come, are but tho visions of a night.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A DAY IN THE BUSH. By Gertie Johnson, Convent School Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

[?] By Gertie Johnson, Coivveist School i (JaiuieiO. i Oxe of the most enjoyable and instruc tive vrays.of spending a day, is to go into the bush. Spring-time is gener ally selected for n pleasure of this sort, for then the flowers avn in full bloom, ana an uiiiuicjcouio.uuj/fj. I can well remember making such an excursion last Spring, ? when I was accompanied by a school friend aid my sister. We did not start uutil after dinner, but, as the bush is not a long distance from Cancielo, it did not take us more than half an hour to geu into its depths. Ifc was a 'glorious' day, and the flowers were lovely. Wild .»i r. _ ._ 1.1. n Jrtrt.-*r»t.f* e^c\rlft . {\ I VlOletS, irOUl IIIO.. ucoj;oau .ou«...v. ~. purple to a dirty looking colour, wore everywhere. Buttercups lifted their yellow heads above Uicse, and the bees went from one to the ofcliov gathering their honey. We ran about picking flowers for some time, and I had ths good fortune to secure a doublo butter cup. Talking andjlaughing...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Children's Corner. ESSAY COMPETITION. CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

[?] CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. _ 1. Open to all children of both sexes, 15 years and under, resid ing within the Federal Electorate. 2. Each Competitor must write upon at least ten oE the diosen Subjects to be eligible for a Prize. 3. Essays, not to exceed 500 words, must reach us on Monday | of each week to ensure Publication. I 4 Each Manuscript will be numbered, and minus the writers name, missed on to the Examiners. 5. The Three Best will be Chosen and Published, with tiie Author's Name and School attached. 6 Teachers may assist scholars in such details as Punctuation, but a^e asked to endeavor to induce competitors to depend entirely upon their own powers of thought and expression. &LIST OF SELECTED SUBJECTS. 3& DATE. SUBJECT. . WRITERS' NAMES. . ? . ? — ? — ? ? — ? ~ . ? ~ ' Aug. 20 1 Prominent Australians (Vast an A Pre sent.) 37 'School Friendship.' SEPT. 3 'Eden and Its' Port. 10 ' Courage, Physical aud Moral.' '„ 17 '' Original Stories.' 24 i' Up-to-date In...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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The Sun-Dials Motto. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

[?] If you want your life to ruu without friction, adopt the sun-dial's motto: '' I record none but houi-s of suushiiu1.' What a great thing it would be if we could only learn the art of wiping out nf din' mumni'mB fnvivrpi1' f»Vf-r\M hill'* that is unpleasant, everything th'at' briugs up bitter memories and unfor tunate associations *md - depressing, discouraging suggestions, how much -would bo added to our happiness and power! If we could only keep tho rniud filled with beautiful thoughts, thoughts which uplift and encourage, the efficiency of our lives would ba multiplied many, many times. ' ISTo mind can do good work when clouded with unhappy thoughts. The mental sky must be clear or their can be utj.enthusiams, no brightness, clearness' or efficiency iu onr mental work. If you would do fho maximum of which you arc capable, keep the mind tilled with sunshine, with beauty aud truth, with eheerfnl, uplifting thoughts. Bury everything that makes you un happy and discordant, everyth...

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By Clarice Gorman, Convent School Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

- ! By Olarlee Gorman, Convent School Candelo. , School children, iu small as well as large towns, look eagerly forward for the invitation of some friend to spend j their holidays in the country. I have had the pleasure of having such an in vitation extended to me ou mure --uuu one occasion, and will, therefore, en di'avour to express my delight, as well as my opinion, of I be pleasure and ex periences of a day iu the bush. The first thing that attracts your «(ttuti-ui is the gigantic gum, stringy bark, box, and numerous other trees, the home of the naX-ive bear aud opossum, where the magpie and the crow build their nests the bees make their home and lay in a large supply of honey for the winter season ; wild pigeons aud pheasants jiboand on the ridges and in the gorges and gullies ; the wombat burrows iu the nigged ridges, and is .quite a unique specimen of the Australian bush. Tree ferns are plentiful, many growing to an enormous height. Wild raspberries and other native fruits ar...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Railway Route to Eden. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 19 November 1910

The Railway Route to Eden. ? « ? To the Editor. Sir, — Some time ago, iu writing about the remarks of the Chairman of the Decentralisation Committee at liega, I said : — 'Now with regard to the route ' by which tho railway comes to the ' port. Mr. Uliver or Air. Wood did ' not say whether it was proposed to ' run the main line from Bombala or -; any other place to Eden, or to cou ' struct a branch. Much may be ' argued against the latter, especially ' if break of gauge is likely (to be pro li posed), for it then would be as much a hepaime nue as tne proposed iiega ' Eden railway, condemned by the ' Public Works Committee. [f no ' brtak of gauge is proposed, it will 'still have a separate service from the ?' main line, entailing very large extra ''cost, hardly justifiable in the rircum ' stances. . . Perhaps Mr. Oliver's ' statement . . means the main through ' line from Booabala to continue to I ' Eden by the shortest and cheapest '' route, at the same time considering 'and a.iiusti...

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

correspondence. Our columns arc open to the public for expressions of opinion on any question of interest, but we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions of correspondents.- Ed. RECORD.

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I Sail Not Alone. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

B sals Nit Aloie. ? 9 My little craft sails not alone — A thousand ships from every zone Are out upon the many seas ; And what for me were favoring breeze Might dash another with the shock Of doom upon some hidden rock. And so I do not dare to pray For wiuds to waft me on my way, JtJut leave it to tne nigner will To stay or speed me, trusting still That all is well, and sure that He Who launched me will sail with me Through storm and calm, and will not fail, Whatever breezes may prevail, To land me every peril past, Within His sheltering haven at last. Then whatsoever wind doth blow My heart is glad to have it so ; And blow it east or blow it west, The wind that|blows that wind is best.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Word of Approval. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

k Word of Approval. GivE me a word of approval. I've tried to be good and true. I am weary and sick of heart at the way my critics do. I've given my life for others, have al ways opposed the wrong ; I've tried to lift up the fallen, I have cheered the jostling throng. Give me a word of approval ere the setting of the sun. I have a sort of misgiving that my race is nearly run; Havo felt the spirit of kindness and the thrill of arlowinsr truth. Aud love the good old honest way as I loved it in my youth. Givo me a word of approval as my mother used to give When I was a bit of a boy just learning the way to live. .. My sonl responds as l-eadily to sweet words in kindness said As in early childhood days to the prayer beside mj bed. Give me a word of approval, for my eyes are growing dim, For the way is much rougher now and I'm not so fleet of limb - A „ H.„ 1 ? ,„C..I I ? ? An IU tuo llUJJClUl UUJUUUU UrtJO WilCU I cleared the vaulting pole, For I am in the final race with my eye upon th...

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Poetry. Look Up. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

[?] LOOk Up. 'Deserted, friendless, lonely man — ' Look up, — for life is but a span, A school, a testing place, where we Are sowing for eternity. And Jeses says, that not alone Are they who say, — 'Thy will be done' — mi., r ? ? j „e „,-r. iTo XUKZ 1I1BUU UL incuuicoo fllilLICLO JJLO Who died for us on Calvary ; He died that we might live, He said ; Who share His cross and with him tread The lonely way — if 'tis His will — Remembering He is with us still, To guide, to comfort, and to bless Those who will trust His faithfulness ; Believing he will come again And take us home with him to reign, And no more death, or sin, or care (We have His promise) reach us there.

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The Logic of Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

The Logic of Love. [ To love is the great amulet which j makes the world a garden. — R. L. ! Stevenson. * * * To love is to be alf made of faith and service. — Shakespeare. ~ 'fr -Jr To love is the great glory, the last culture, the highest happiness ; to be loved is little in comparison. — William Smith. # # # To love — that is the true revelation — the lifting up of the veil. It is as diffeient from simply being loved, as night is from day. — Mrs. Oliphant. * * ? # The desire to be loved is ever restless and unsatisfied; but the love that flows out upon others is a perpetual well spring from on high. — L. M. Child. * f * To love is better, nobler, more elevat. ing, and more sure, than to be loved To love is to have found that which lifts us above ourselves ; which makes us capable of sacrifice ; which unseals the forces of another world. He who is loved has gained the highest tribute of earth : he who loves has entered into the spirit of heaven. — Westcott.

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Sparks from tite Anvil. Religion without its mysteries is a Temple without a God. # * * Oar true council chamber is the room in which we pray. * * * ' Seeking for Rest merely you will not find it, but seeking for Christ you will find rest. * * * An anniversary righteousness, a Sabbatarian righteousness, is no right eousness at all. # # * You cannot add one cubit to your stature, but you can increase the volume aud force of your mind. # * # Do not leave this world with a habit you bated but had not the courage to cast out. ' Habit is the act of yester day.' # * * What have we, after all, to do with to-morrow ? ' Yet that to-morrow seems the worst devil that some men have to fight. * # # More men grow old from having nothing to do than from overwork. The running machine will keep bright for years. The idle machine will rust out. * # * Remorse is the consciousness of wrong doing with no sense of love. Penitence is that same consciousness ?with love and gralitude added. * * # Of all the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

In Graver Mood. Articles Horal and Religious, Philosophical, and Didactical. Church Services. Candelo District. -Ja.th.olio. fy|'ASS will be celebrated as under — NOVEMBER. 20th — Candelo 11. J. J. GUNNING, P. P. Church, of England KAMERUKA PA-BISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be held as un der — NOVEMBER. 6— Candelo 8 a.m. (H.C) ; Kameruka 11 a.m (H.C.) ; Wolumla 3 p.m. ; Candelo 7.30. 13— Bemboka 11 a.m ; Tantawanglo 3 ; Candelo 7.30. 20— Wolumla, 11 H.C. ; Candelo 3 p.m.; Kameruka, 7.30. 27 — Tantawanglo 11 H.C. ; Bemboka- 3. 16th (Wednesday)— Niagara 7.30. N. W. GARDNER1 _A.-ustrala.sian. MLetliodist Olmrreti DIVINE SERVICES will be conducted sis under— NOVEMBER. 27-— Candelo 11, Pambula 3 30. Eden 7.30. Rev. F. H. Walkdex-Beown. :pres'byte\narL. Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m Candelo every second Sunday in each month at 3 p.m. Rev. Wm. Watts.

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Faith in our Fellows. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

FfflM® il ©ir Fellows. It is well for us to remember some times, when Vi'e are inclined to rail at the selfishness and unreliability o£ mankind, how many of oar most im portant interests we trust daily to human skill and faithfulness, ? trust without question or thought of fear. We board the steamer or the train, with mind intent only on the business or pleasure towards which we aro speeding, and leave captain or conduc tor to look after onr personal safety. We post the letter that means for us great loss or gain, ana rely upon the appointed agents to carry it promptly to its destination. We send for a doc tor to supplement our ignorance with his knowledge, and we risk oni lives upon his care and skill. It is because the majority of mankind are not ignoble and untrustworthy that all the varied affaii's of life in a ^civilised land move on so smoothly and peacefully day by day.

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