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SUNDAY SOFT STUFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

SUNDAY SOFT STUFF. ? « ? HE new Chief Secretary's recent fcx single-handed little enactment, which permits Sunday selling of soft drinks, fruit, etc., in defiance of the law which xegulates it, lias had its share of criticism during; the rnsfc few weeks. Those to whom Sunday trading is a bane have denounced the action as being a step downwards in our national life. These have been met with a deluge of the old, woruout, ' what'sgoodforthegooseisgoodfor the-gander ' kind of logic, based on the fact that a specific few had previously been permitted to open their shops on Sunday, aud backed up by the extreme beuevolence of some politicians toward the luckless myriad (?) who k- never go out but on Sunday,' and whose outing is marred by the lack of an apple or a lemon squash. Seeiug the trend of things our bark at the stump would not alter the decision, so we pass over the leal principle involved with no more than an expression of regret that a hustling people of hustling times have been ...

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

A Paper for the People . — ~ — ? ? ** I f Printed at Candelo. : Issued every SATURDAY ? Circulated throughout the . Southern Districts. (i i n - tv*- ' ^ '*-'-ni i im i ifcumi m 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. aters 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. 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 Subsesaptioa to this Journal is all p©s .aaaua, We give Great DISCOUNT for all WSS^® ADVANCE PAYMENTS. sen! u...

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

[?] Mii. Asquitii, in a letter to the Earl of Lytton, said he could not give an as surance that a bill for woman suffrage would be proceeded with next year. Successive deputations of suffragettes persistently endeavored to rush St. btepuei: s ; but were prevented entrance by the police. Eighty- three arrosfs were made. Mesdames Pankhnrst, Ayrton, Cobdeu, Sanderson, Dr. Garr ett Anderson, and the Princess Dhuleepsingh headed the first deputa tion. The arrests .include Miss Ellen Gibb, who claims to be a descendant of William Skirviug, who was sent to Botany Bay in 1793 for advocating women's suffrage, aud Mrs. Morrison, a daughter of the late Sir Terence Murray, of Sydney. The demonstra tions will continue until the dissolution of Parliameut. Lady Stout, of New Zealand, accompanied the deputation, and has since stated that the policemen were the roughest aud most bloated, looking people she had ever seen. Lady Solomon, who is 80 years of age, was kuocked dowi: in a rush. The authori ...

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 — 26 November 1910

Tilings ii General. i ? & ? — An auction sale will take place at Casino (North Coast) on Wednesday, 18th January, 1911, when 81 farms, subdivided into areas ranging from 69 to 360 acres will be offered. # * The strike aftermath. The Kil lingsworth . colliery, Newcastle, is practically closed down, aud consequ ently there is a considerable distress among the miners in the district. * * * The population of N.S.W. at the end of September was 1,678,208 a total gain of 32,664 during the past- nine mouths, which is the largest for* many years. Under the new Federal Land Tax, if ever it is legally imposed, one Banking Co. iu Australia ?.?will probably have to pay 6d.iu.the £ on about £61,000,000. -%? *?'. . * The Government has received {iu offer of the coal rights of 3714 acres of private land, estimated: to contain 40,000,000 tons of marketable, coal, as a free gift. The area is situated on the Great Northern railway line. -k* & =& A message from Portland reports ...

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

Iii€ MMere Gaoler. The gaoler has been in all literature the type of the brute. If he ever melted into ordinary human kindness it was by way of a supreme paradox or the last touch of the pathetic, aud even then he was careful to remain outwardly gruff, covering kindness with the grimness of his role. The new gaoler is to make this old literature unintelligible. Dr. __ 'Vamberg, the famous Hungarian, lec turing before the! International Prison Congress in Washington, announces the gaoler of the coming time as a courtly gentleman and a wise friend to his charges. A gaoler, like a teacher, is one of the chief officers of civilisation. He must be trained to understand his office, his responsibilities, the possibili. ties of good aud evil that are vested in his authority. The new theory of prison is that it is to cure the patient Is* ~ C U,*„ ? tu uuci/ li. iuo a^icau UL lu& ilUtJCUOUS moral diseases, and of the wide mischief, moral and material, that crime does. ' And — as the '...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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The Pigtail in Peril. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Tie Pigtail in Peril — ? ? $ ? The pigtail is iu peril. Chinese reform threatens it with extinction by official example. Prince Tsai Tao, the Re gent's brother, has shocked the Court by advising that members of the Imperial House should offer to the uew spirit the sacrifice of tlieir tails, aud that an edict should compel Mandarins in active seivice, ^tudents, soldiers, policemen, and, iu general, all 011 -whom the Government has a grip to follow suit: later the inglorious millions who might resist example should be tanght by force, so there would be a tailless China, a China trulv modern. The Regent at first was startled and hostile ; he is said to be tending towards conversion. The enemies of the pigtail assert that it is simply a badge of conquest; there w'as 110 pigtail until the Mauchus occupied China ; then the long rope at the back became a badge of loyalty to the new comers ar d to tlie new dynasty ; the Chinamen that wore it was giving sign that he had come over to the now ...

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

[?] My Flora is a canny Scot — Too canny, truth to tell — For though I'd have her share my lot She'll no' commit hsrsel.' I said — '? Will you my sweetheart be ?' She answered — 'Iloots! You men j- r I pressed her — ' Do yon en re for me ?' She said — 'Idinnaken.' - ' What Don't you know your mind?' I cried, She said— 'It's warm the day.' I asked her — ' Will yen be my bride She said — ' I couldua say.' 'Come lassie, shall it bo this spring?' She cried — ' You'ie ve.rra free.' 'Then tell me may I bny the ring ?' 'Man Please yourse'P ' says she. Before the chancel steps we stood -- ff' ' St Giles' Kirk intil ; The parson asked me if I would ; ; Of course I said 'I v. ill.' But when it came to Flo's l.-plv, - The nearest that she'd go Was just to murmur enntiousiy, ®? 'I wudna say 'I'll no.' ' *

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

It is stated that the new German Dreadnoughts will be armed with 13.7 in. gnus constructed mainly for the purpose cf piercing the new British armorplate. Crupps, of-Esseu, have been ordered to produce their guns with the greatest possible speed. & 45 Said that the Pambula Jockey Club Las about £250 at interest. # * The Lismore poliee are uow issuing summonses against formers who bring their carts into town, without their name and address being printed there on. ? * * Hawley Crippen, the condemned murderer, in a message to the public published in 'Lloyd's News,' says that facts which will be revealed after his L death will prove his innocence. ~ # =» * The London Daily Telegeaph com : mends the Commonwealth for giving the Motherland a quarter of a million towards the Navy, thus showing that Australia realises her responsibility and intends bearing the expenses as well as reaping the credit incidental to the possession of her own fleeo. * =» * , The Government has agreed to gr...

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

MilMS. Butter : — Superfine Prints, 96s per. cwt : superfine bulk, 96s ; seconds, 84s per cwt. Cheese: — Prime loaf, 6d to 6§d per lb: prime Cheddar large 6d ; second quality, 4Jd to 5|d. Bacon : — Choice sides, 9d to 8|d per lb. ; heavy sides, 7|d to 8d ; Flitches light, 7|d ; flitches heavy, 7d. Eggs: — 8d to Is new laid Suburban, lid to Is per doz. Farm Produce : — Old Potatoes, £7 to £8 per ton ; new potatoes, £10 to £12 per ton : onions £7 to £7 30s per ton ; lucerne, £3 to £3 10s ; bi'an, £4 10s i — ton ; pollai-d £4 10s ; prime maize, 2s 9d per bus. Xmas Hams : — Hams in double cloth, celebrated A.B.C. brand, December delivery, weights 9 to 15 lbs., guaran teed quality Is 2d per lb. ji ? ?

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Inter-District. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

f Inter-District. From our Correspondents BOMBALA. i 'N' Tiinrsilay ir.st a number of masons (lie iocal Sodge ? journeyed to, -: Cc.omii fo attend !he annual installation .liiey travelled by car, and returned the ''sTrute day. : . At a special meeting of committee I of the hospital held on Thursday last, ilie medical officer reported that owing to the in-fectious ward containing a diphtheria case, he bad been com-, pelled in the interest of all patients to advise that a patient w.ho v,'as suffering from scarlet ferer slionld be returned to her home. The committee decided ' that the patient should receive the free benefit of outdoor treatment. A cricket match ou Saturday between Bombala and Maharaita on the local oval, resulted in an easy win for Bombala. Bombala put up a score of 1G4, while their opponents only put up 22 runs. P. Walcott got top score for - . Bombala, making 87 '(run out). Bom bala wicket closed with 16-1 for 5. wickets down. On Friday night the llev. Father Moore g...

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

[?] c ? Tou frequently hear of cases of chronic constipation — cases that have existed for years. Iu nine cnscs out of ten the trouble has become chronic * ? through improper treatment. Tho ^ patient has formed the habit of taking strong purgatives and has so weakened P the bowels that they will not act naturally. Chamberlain's Tablets cure constipation and cure it permanently, because, instead of rlointr the wm-L- 'nf the bowels for them Chamberlain's Tablet's simply stimulate them to perform their own functions.* =& The Sydney ? Labor Council has re ceived request from the Evangelical Council asking the delegates to join the clergymen in a deputation to thePremicv to ask that the regulations allowing Sunday trading should be withdrawn. The council refused the request, stating that the trade-union delegates had every confide'nce in the administration of the Labor Government. * # * BEST FOR CHILDREN. There is no narcotic or other harm ful substance in Chamberlain's Cough Re'...

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

Wtien You Brink aw medicine ajid Sw beversjSe the ssjne time you consum '^VOLTES pCHNAPPS I its auction on tlie secret - 1 ! ive - orRsms is once j j| stimulative e- curative. | TO TRAVELLERS. ALL persons desiring special travelling ac commodation throughout tho southern districts should apply to H. JOHNSON, Coacli Proprietor, Candelo. Comfortable vehicles ancl good horses are always in readiness. Specials run to anywhere on the shortest notice. TRAVELLERS, REMEMBER ! FREE ! — A simple herbal cure for Rheu matism or Kidney Trouble will be sent free to anyone on receipt of a stamped |,iddressed envelope — NURSE HARRIS. 219 ELIZA BETH STREET, SYDNEY. FOUL BREATH The old saying that ' Distance lends en chantment' was never more aptly to the point than when applied to those people whose breath is laden with evil-smelling and offensive odours. Many persons ap pear most attractive at a distance, but ?ait.. iui-.m-s ? ii-^i raw*) produce afeel bk~~ -4 ing of pity and t d 'Hsgust when 0 clo...

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

The special prizes for the Murwillum bah show occupy a 2| column advt. in one of the local papers, and the number runs to over 100. * * * WHAT CONSTIPATION MEANS. Constipation resembles nothing so much as the stopping of the sewerage system of a city, and you know the outbreak of disease that would result if this should happen. Then try to rtalizo the danger to yourself if you allow your bowels to become clogged. '1 iie poisonous matter which should ? pass off is absorbed inio the blood, Which is the cause of numerous diseases. Yv hen you are troubled this way there is just one thing to do— get a box of Cuamberlain_s Tablets. They cleanse and invigorate She stomach and bowels, and clear the system of all foul accumula tions and restore it io a normal condition.* | Seed Potatoes. f. sTgoetz, Produce and Seed Merchant, Carp Street, Bega, Can Supply Choice ' Brownell ' and ' Early Rose ' Seed Potatoes (true to name) in any quantity. Prices on Application. Also note that he i3 is still ...

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

ECZEMA ON BABY S FACE. ORDINARY REMEDIES NO GOOD. Zam-Buk Banished All Disease In A Week. 11 rs. Elizabeth Walter, 108 North Terrace, Adelaide, S. A., says : — 'My baby had an outbi-eak of eczema on his face, which made hiin very cross, and it was a hard matter for him to keep his hands off. We tried all sorts of remedies to remove the irritation aud effect a cure, but nothing did the least good. We then decided to apply Zam buk, and did so with excellent re sults. We had only been using this splendid balm a week and baby was completely cured aud freed from a nasty, obstinate complaint. His skin is now healthy, and their is no sign whatever of the disease about. 'My husband, who is an engineer, has also derived great relief from Zam Buk in case of burns.' Zam-Buk, the ever-ready healer, is n proved remedy for eczema, ringworms, festering sores, bad legs, diseased an kles, blood-poison, ulcers, cuts scratches, bites, burns, insect bites, open wounds, running sores, sunburn, and other...

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

General News. During the football season in the United States 14 persons were killed aud 40 seriously wounded. * * * Senator Gardiner once said that he would blow his brains out rather than blow the froth off a pot of beer. ^ * * The Governor expects a majority of 11 on the censure motion. # # * The prospector who discovered the Bullfinch mine has refused £400,000 for a four-fifth share. * * # It is estimated that fully a quarter of a million sterling was spent ou women's dresses and hats for the Melbourne Cap Carnival. * * * About £250,000 worth of Common wealth notes are being turned out weekly. .. They will be issued to the banks on December 1. # * * A bed-making competition for batch elors was one of the amusing items of the programme att, Tilba flower show. «Rom,o„' aratnom'wi.u flio winnov ? Exchange. # # * The body of Miss Bessie Gibson, who was missing from Manly, was dis covered floating in the breakers on Sunday at Freshwater Bay, Manly. The body was almost entirely withou...

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

NeiflMirs. ? « ? Being a neighbour is a fine art. There are fine lines of distinction to be made and observed. A readiness to help on the part of one should be graciously accepted but never imposed upon;] sympathy is not to be expected for every trifle ; friendliness does not mean intimacy; candour aud sincerity do not necessitate confidence or the revelation of private manners; nor does proximity give one the right to comment upon other's affairs — 'to speak her mind' on all occasions. Every woman of sensa and judgment knows the need of a fiue reserve. When I analyse my history I come to the conclusion that there is p.-ecious little of myself in it. The Divine uplift ing forces of godly parents, the benign though genial influences of kind friends, the atmosphere of the village Christian community, the power of books, and' especially of the Book, fill so large a space as to reduce to the smallest dimen sions the force of personality, which, indeed, becomes little more than that whic...

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

m Queen's JHtotei m W iiiian Street, CANDELO. J0E2T OOLmTS, Ju nr., ? - - - 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. II ? m ? il if ? ; — — ? if You ,^BSSf|®i%fc; I You Waat ' I Want ? a 1 aset - Good | of ' Saddle. j Harness. li \\ II m li ' — GO TO — - F.J. RYANS*. - PlilCE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. ? :x: ? All the latest designs in Stationery, Toys, Books, School and Artists' Re quisites. A Choice Assortment of Suitable Birthday Books and Presents, aud many other lines to numerous to particularize. A cordial invitation is extended to all to call and inspect the above Hues. The Latest Fashion Journals, weekly and monthly, always on hand. Bega - Cooma iotor Service. Leave Bega on Tuesdays & Fridays and will CALL AT CAKDELO. CAE....

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Political. Pars from the Policy Speech. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Political. Pars from the Policy Speech. Our policy is to, as soon as possible, give a living wage to e11 employees. Mail teachers receiving let* than £70 a year are to be brought up to the L'ederal minimum. The Government intends to pass a new Industrial Disputes Act. The principles of industrial arbitra tion, as originally advocated, are to be re-enacted. Proper safeguards will be given to protect women aud children labor. The Workman's^ Compensation Act will be made more iu conformity with the New Zealand Act. ^ Every calling possible will be brought into its scope. Legislation for a wide extension of the eight-hour principal will be sub mitted. The Department of Labor and ludnstry P'ft-'ed under a permanent qualified Under-Secretary. Technical and trades schools will confer a boon upon hundreds of thous ands who have to leave school in their early years. We have more to fear from the Ger man education than from the German Dreadnoughts. We have never, as a party, been against immi...

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

liflieice. In a gun factory a great bar of steel, weighing five hundred pounds, and eight feet in length, was suspended vertically by a very delicate chain. Near by, a common bottle-cork was suspended by a silk thread. The pur pose was to show that the cork could set the steel bar in motion. It seemed impossible. The cork was swung gently against the steel bar, and the steel bar remained motionless. But it was done again and again for ten minutes, aud lo ! at the end of thaj: time the bar gave evidence of feeling uncomfortable; a sort of nervous chill ran over it. Ten minutes later, and the chill was followed by a vibration. At the end of half an hour the bar was swinging like the pendulum of a clock. And yat there are people who dare assert that they exert no influence in the world. Mmf.-i 1 laLtrwu r . i rj m w , ?. — A little girl told a friend who was visiting her father that her brothers s§t traps tcr catch the birds. He asked her what she did. She replied, ' I prayed that the ...

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

Moral worn. I like the man who scorns to be To name or sect a slave ; Whose soul is like the sunshine — free, Free as the oceau wave ; Who when he sees oppression, wrong, Speaks out iu thuuder tones; Who feels with truth that he is strong To grapple e'en with thrones. I like the man who shuns to do An action mean or low; Who will a nobler course pursue, To stranger, friend, or foe ; Who seeks for justice, not for gain, Is merciful and kind ; Who will not cause a needless pain In body or in inind.

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