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

? ? Wanted WANTED a BOY for tho Store. One just left School prafered. MURPHY & COLLIN'S. Imlay Shire Council. NOTICE is hereby given that all vehicles requiring to ba licensed foi' the carriage of passengers within Imlay Shire, for 19ll, must bo produced for inspection, to a memboi of the Council, the Shire Engineer, or Clerk prior to the 31st December 1910. . E. P. RODD, Shire Clerk ' Eden, Nov. 21, 1910. Imlay Shire Council* Final Notiee. NOTICE is hereby given that the last day i'or payment of all rate's (current and arrears) without incurring legal expenses is ^Thursday, 15th December, 1910. E. P. RODD. Shire Clerk Eden, 21st November, 1910. AofL § DeF« ASSOCIATION Tenders* rpENDERS are hereby invited for tho rights 1 to PUBLICAN'S BOOTH, aud TEA BOOTH at the above Society's Annual Show to be held on 22nd aud 23rd February, 1911. Tenders will close with the Secretary on Wednesday, 7th December. A. O. MANNS, Secretary. INSURE WITH THE Australian Msifjil Fire insurance Sep...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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A Bega Man At The Gold Finch. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

h B$p Mm At Hie Gold Finch. Mr. Alf Love, son of Mr. Joseph Love, of ISTewtown, in a letter to his parents from the above field, says : ' Things are going alright with ti;/ There is a great mining boom on here, and it is one.of the best things ever discovered m Australia, ike country is pegged out 'for 30 miles, and we are in the tLick of it. We have sold some, and we hold more that we intend selling. r ? l l _ ? piaaa r.-Ai.,! -VU UAJJbUb iu or dJO*JV\J each out of it before Xmas. My ma to and I had £1500 placed to our credit in the Bank yesterday, and the balance is to be paid next week. Ted (brother) and his mate had £500 placed to their credit yesterday also, with a further instalment next week. We have battled a lot, and I think we have got; our turn at last. There is a great excitement, aud people are coming in all directions. Melbourne and Adelaide people are going mad over it, and companies are being floated every day One of our leases was placed on the market in Melbourne o...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

CMLEffiAiS. London, Thursday. - ?In the House ot Lords, Lord Lans down moved resolutions dealing with deadlocks which affirmed the principle of Joint Sitting, a referendum orily to be used in matters of great gravity. ' The resolutions are vigorously opposed. : \ The Times says Women Suffrage is now one of the issues of the election., Desul tory figh ti ng con ti isues in Mex ico. An attempt to capture the re volutionary leader failed. The principal British Shipping Companies trading to , Australia are devoting one half of their accommoda tion' to assisted passengers. The crews of the majority of tho Brazilian7 warships have mutineed. The dissatisfaction has no political sig nificance, but the situation is critical.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Money-Making in U.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

[?] Fortunes are made and unmade witli an extraordinary rapidity in America, as everyone knows. Few, however, realise the vastuess of the changes which were recently chronicled on the Exchange of New York. A few weeks ago Mr. Joseph Hoadley, at the Cotton Exchange, gained a million and a quarter dollars in live miuutes, and at the end of that day's operations his profits totalled four million dollars. Others move more slowly. Some days before, Mr. Theodore Price gained three-quarters of a million in halfan honr, while, on the same day, Mr. H. J. Livermore added half a million to his personal fortune by five minutes oper ations. The last-named is all the prouder of his big financial achieve ments, because of the fact, to which he makes constant allusion, that, a few years ago, be was a simple clerk in a : cotton merchant's warehouse. ?

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

TELEGRAMS. Sydxky, Friday. Eggs 8d to 9id ; butter 81/- to 96/- ; cheese to 7^d ; hens 3/6 to 4/- ; roos ters 3/- to 6/6. J. L. Pnrves, K.C., leader of the Victorian Bar, d'ied last night. Further particulars of the cyclone at Broome, W.A., ahows that the pearling fleet has been practically annihilated aud forty lives lost. Tho mail coach ranning between Ivempsey and Bellingen overturned near the former place and the passengers all were more or less bruised and shaken. The debate on the Address in the Assembly was continued throughout the night and the House is still sitting. Mr. Wade vigorously attacked the Government. Referring to, charges made against Mr. Uarnuchael (Honor ary Minister) he declared that if they were true he was not only unfit to occupy a place in the Government but was also unfit to have a seat in the. House, and it was the duty of the Government to either explain away of ; deny the truth of the charges. Mr. I W;iH(i:nrr-nosed an addition to the cen sure motion t...

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

If your baby is teething during the Summer months yon 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 looseness of the bowels give il a dose.*

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 — 26 November 1910

BEST FOR CHILDREN. There is no narcotic or other harm ful substance in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It can be given to a baby as confidently as to a n adult. It is : pleasant to take and always cures and j cures quickly. It is a favourite with j mothers of small children.* ? I

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Humorous Tales. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Hwreiis l®is§. The superintendent of a Sunaay school asked one of the smaller classes how ISoah would be likely to spend his time on the ark. A little hand in the rear of the room was raised, and the super intendent requested the child to tell how he thought Noah would pass the time. The boy stood first on one foot and then the other, and then at length said 'Fishin' ! Just then another small boy snapped his fingers. 'Noah wouldn t. fish very long,' said the boy.'„'Why not ? asked the questioner. 'He couldn't, because there were only two worms on the ark!' '? # * The Star says : — A Candelo rifie shot received a message during the late shoot of the Far Sodth Coast Rifle Association to come over to Bega at once, as Candelo wanted him oil the 'phone .-urgently. Thinking something serious might have occurred, he secured a bike and rushed over to Bega. Grabbing the instrument he called out the usaai salntion. ;'He!lo!' '?replied the person at the other end, 'will you lend me your bike t...

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

j | Aim ibis. ^ ? ? I Schsckibers to the Southern Kecord are governed by the following j j LAWS 'RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: ! i 1. Subscribers who do not give express i notice to the contrary are considered as ivish j to continue their subscriptions. . 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance ' j of their periodicals, the publisher may con- : tinue to send tliem until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuso or neglect to take ; periodicals from the post office or other place ' to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills and ordered the periodicals to be dis-, j coutinued. I If subscribers move toother localities ! witnout informing the publishers, and their ? papers are sent to the former direction, the. , subact'ibers aie responsible. , 'U. The courts havf- decided that ' refusing ; :j to take periodicals from the office or reiucv !|:i)g or leaving them uncalled for, is prima' ii-'Aci evidence of intentional fraud. I ? 6. If subscribe...

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

j i| Read This- I| I To Our Readers: 'Wo would ask you to ho!p || us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep I resentativc nowspppei* by forwarding: at l| your earliest- eouvonience information that ?! v.'iii or' tiiiMic intf;rc:-t. You will thus j !. do iv acli V-vv:un! advertising your portion- . !...r of Uio 'electorate. Should you ;; f.itl to s:/::uro your copy of the JIscohd | | rn?nlitrlj% a ciw.plaiist made to us will ro- : ' in the mafcier rueeivmg prompt inves- : j tijzai.iou. ?'?To Ooxtrtb'jtors: Whilst we unhesitatingly : | throw our colu.nus open to contributed ? articles on any subject, we reserve the | riyht to veto :u-.y contribution, or sentence | of same . which wo consider libellous or j seditious. Should a writer assume a NOir | in: pwnre, his real nam'; must accompany j his 'or li or mautHeript to insure pnblica j t-ion. Manuscript must be legibly written ! and reach us not later than Wednesday j ; of each wee'e, ! To C o : ; r r. s r o ? r n -: :- ts : To facilit...

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

Jgg| PREPARE FOR XMAS FEAS f. ^ Early preparations prevent disappointments and. enable yon to reap the full benefit of /- ISRAEL'S FAMOUS GROCERY PRICES. M is ^ ^ Lav in your Xmas Stock. % A ^ The excellence of liig quality M. r.-.:, ® _ and low prices are combined in sucli a pleasing' manner that it means full and pieniy in every home. | Have you our Price List ? Write to-day. i HERE'S SOME OF THE SPECIALS : BASINS — Choice New Seasons 5-Vd, 121js for 5s 3d. _ SEEDED RAISINS in lib packets 7d. 12 lbs for 6s Gd CUERANTS — Choice imported 6id, 12 lbs for 6s 3d. MUSCATELS — Superb Three crown, per lb Is 2d. ' SULTANAS — 'Best Mildura Three Crown |!j 7-id, 121bs for 7s 3d [J CANDEED PEEL — Lemon or Orange jj and Citron mixed, per lb Stkl FIGS — Small boxes 6d, 12 boxes for 5/6 CORDIALS— Lemon Syrup, Raspberx-y Syrup, Pineapple, Vanilla, Cloves, Liuiejuice Cordial &c. Did, doz 9s FLOUR— 501b bags 10/6 per 100, 150 lb. Sacks per 100 10s SUGAR— 701b bags I.C. 13s Id, I.A. 13/4, I....

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

To Stand tlie Season. |/|§jg|§i? AT BEGA, ? and to travel the surround iuff District. The Pony Stallion, Dam MASCOT. Sire PICCANINY S Cl» p * o m P g B « ' a' hJ - O ? c vj ? tr -5 ** u s 5 ' ? S r 5 ? ? ? ? o '. ? _- ? B . * fr~ . ? -if =5 P S3 . o .2 O- et- ' . f—t CD 5=?, - . : '- - .V * ? hi S - e-i '2.7 . ? P ° w . S p P hj S1 o n ' p p ft PICCANINNY II is a beautiful dark Buy with black points, standing 13.3 i hands high of splsndid conformation, with plenty of bone and muscle and has proved himself a sure foalgetter. Terms o32. A reduction for two or more mares. C. JOHNSON, Proprietox*. The New Palace Empomm, , n,u ^ »Yf . a 1 The Home o5 . . . Anthony Hordersvs' Famous Low Prices The Lowest in the Land. Send for our ... LATEST SlilES Fiiiiii Piiimii 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. ANTHOST BORDER?! & SOUS, OKLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, NEW PAIiA...

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

Til© Rfllfllfll. Most servicable . rains have fallen siuco our last issue, which have bright end the general aspect of things aud the future prospects very considerably. Rain set in on Sunday continuing over Monday, with periodical-showers later. 104 points were registered locally for the week, while in other centres the rainfall to 9 a.m. oil Tuesday : gave the following : — Bega ...' ? : ? 98 ! Bombala ? ...;...:.10S Eden ? ......;..106 . Pambula ? ......103 Nimitybelle 95 Cooma 33 Bern boka ... ? ? ? ? ? .; 79 \ Tathra ... ? ? ;? ? ? ? 10 Wyndham ...... ;. ..... . ? ? ? ..104 To warn ba ...:.u.'.......\ 40 Yambulla ? 15 Burragate ? ? ? - 2-7 Toothdale ? ? ........... 40 Moruya ? 68 Delegate ? * ? ? ? 44 The death of Sir Harry Rawson leaves five ex-governors of N.S.W. still living. Belmore, who served from 1868 to 1872, is now 75 years of age; Loftus, with over six years' service (1879-85), is 93 ? and Jersey, 1891-93, is 65. Carriugtcin. L885-90, i3 in his 6Sth year: The fifth is...

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

Til® Ssl®. The Agricultural Gazette contains au article by Mr. R. N. Makin, Inspector of Agriculture, from which the follow ing extracts are of local interest : — ?' Of late years the South Coast has experienced some very dry seasons. Although in some pares the rainfall has been about the average, it has not come at th«£ time when it would have been most beneficial. However, it is pleas ing to note that a number of leading dairymen are making provision for dry times by conserving fpdder in the form of silage. The season is a record on the coast for the amount of silage made, I and in most cases the work has given splendid results. Central Tilba A. B.C. cheese factory reports in its half yearly balance sheet : ? The satisfactory [increase in milk supplies , in wholly attributable to the ! provision of silos, without which there would. have been a serious .shortage iu supplies, judging by the reduced sup plies from the dairies which are not suppueu wun snua. The silo has undoubtedly c...

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Dull Boys and Fame. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Dllil BOP -114 FiBK. ? « ? There is quite a long record of fam ous men who in their boyhood were re garded as fools and dullards. Sir Walter Scott was called a 'blockhead' by his mother. The mother of Briusley Sheridan despaired of teaching him the simplest elements. Her death aroused him to activity and he became a sehol ell, pUUL, NY 1 1 j bUUSUUlLlj and orator. Dean Swift, the keenest wit of his age, was 'plucked' at Dub lin University. Newton, Shakespeare, Michel Angelo, and Oliver Goldsmith all come in the category. One day a slatternly woman rushed out of a little grocer's shop, gripping an unkempt boy b}' the ear, and, as she pulled him alpng, she shouted to her neighbour — 'My heart is fairly broke with that brat, Tammy, and he is so stupid he can learn nothin' !' That stupid brat Tammy became the poot Tom Moore. Iu a country schoolhouse in Queen's County, Island, a boy with a blunt knife cut in the desk 'A. W.,' the initials of his name. The teacher, who caught him in the a...

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Pirates of To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

[?] Hongkong newspapers state that a passenger aud cargo launch was pirated on the West River, 45 miles west of Nanning, the other day, and 8000 dollars iu cash and kind were taken from the passengers. The following storv told in the columns of the Weekly Post will illus trate soms of the .methods of kidnap ping which were indulged in by the Colowan pirates : — Canton, October 24^-A young woman named Ipsze was a few days ago sent by the ' Kwang Tan Charitable Institution to tho Fong Pin Hospital for medical treatment. Upon arrival the house surgeon asked her the cause of her illness. She cobbed, and gave the following story with faltering speech, very touching to her hearers: — 'I am at present 21 ye^rs old, a native of the Yeung Tung district, and mother of two sons aud two daughters, all in fauis. My family consisted at eight persons, namely, myself, my husband my four children, and parents-in-law We all lived cn board a fishing juuk always sailing out to sea, fishing to make a li...

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Royal Show at Liverpool, England, June, 1910. AWARD OF SILVER MEDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Royal Show at Liverpool, Eng land, June, 1910. AWARD OF SILVER MEDaL. Somewhat delayed, after most of tlie awards were announced, in consequence of tlie time re quired by the very thorough test to which the machine was put, one of the Silver Medals offered bv the Boval Agricul tural Society of England for new inventions of striking value to agriculture, has been given to the latest model 'A.lfa- Laval' Cream Separator. Before awarding this coveted distinction, a detailed examina tion of the machine was made by the judges, including two engineering experts thoroughly competent to judge the design and construction of the machine, its durability and freedom from risk of damage ; and the 'Alfa- | Laval ' was tested at work, the separated milk being analysed by Dr. Yopleker, the Society's chemist, in order to ascertain whether the machine extracted the greatest amount of butter possible, since upon this depends the economical working of the Separator and the amount of profit which the fa...

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Tolstoi Dead. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Tolstoi Desl. Count Tolstoi, Itbe great Russian poet, preacher, and prophet, died on Sunday last. There are great demonstrations of grief in Russia. Numbers of theatres have abandoned performances. Tol stoi's last words were: 'There are millions of people suffering in the world ; wuy are so many or you aronnci me r Count Tolstoi bulked greater in the estimation of the thinking world than any Russian. He was an intense patriot and his life of self-sacrifice and unex ampled fearlessness, of preaching aud precept, will stand in Russian history for ever as a monument to his earnest ness and fidelity to the cause of tho people's welfare. Tolstoi, in addition to being a disciple of a system of rugged Christianity applied through the creeds and teaching of no Church but that of charitable understanding, was a literary giant. His numerous works, not remarkable for polished style aud cultivated con struction, have thrilled the reading pub lic in many counLries, aud have made Tolstoi's name a...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Juvenile Concert. A GRAND SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

JHvniK concert. A GRAND SUCCESS. The juvenile concert, given by the pupils of St. Joseph's Convent, eventu ated on Wednesday evening, in the School of Arts. The hall was packed to the utmost, and the effort proved as great a success as was anticipated, if not greater, iu every respect. A lengthy programme was presented and for two hours and a half the large audience was entertained by the chil dren in a highly pleasing manner. Miss M. Glenn opened the proceedings with an overture on the piano, displayin goodg talent and teaching. Then came a prologue, by little Doris White, the tiuy performer giving her little message of ' welcome ' to the audience very precisely and clearly. The children sang in chorus, 'Isle of Beauty,' pre ceded by a pretty march, with good effect. The next item was a rifle drill -!? _1 _ 1. _ 1.1 _ 1 ?___ ? L ll ? U display Dy cue ooys, wuo wenu uuruugu the various movements with praise worthy precision, presenting a fine spectacle in their appropriate costume. ...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

News and Notes. t -r . ^ . r . — ? ?*-. * ggt i an i » -t» i W. A. Kxeex will visit Caudolo on - Monday as usual. . * * * We are asked to remind those inter ested that the service in the Methodist '? Church on Sunday next will be con ducted by Rev. Walkden Brown at 11 a.m. 5* ^ , Gents two garment cool summer j suits. A light sucumer coat and a pair , of silk trousers, worn with a belt and a fashion, shirt makes the coolest 01 summer suits. We make these suits to , 'measure as well as the ordinary three ( garment suits, £2 and upwards. , Murphy and Collins* . . * * 'Caxdelo. and Bega Cricketers play on the- local ground to-day (Saturday).. . commencing at 10 a.m. The local eleven are very much out of form, . but the match is expected to be a good one. Following will represent Candelo: — W. Collins, E. Collins, T. Pike, F. W. Brown, A. Hart, W. McCarthy, 0. Tortice, W. Henwood, R. Bofiuger, E. Connors, E. Tait, R. Fitzell. The following players will represent Bega : — A. Richards, Y....

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