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Current Sentiment. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

current Seifineat. From TATHRA. Since reading an account of the institution, in the Sun of the 15th inst., people with chalky joints want to know where the Bega whalery is;. we told them that they might strike oil if they applied at the Standard Coy. ; if not to go to the Star for light. * i. You never inadvertently get into hot wafer at Tathra, you buy it as a luxury, 3d per gallon bubbling hot. # # # Our Jack says that the next best thing to purity is consistent diet. 'His wings have not sprouted yet.' * 6 * We compliment your young essayists and their tutors ; considerable litery talent is manifested. — 'Excelsior.' Surveyor McKenzie has measured off a twenty acre police paddock, and fifteen acre cemetery here. * * * The police will guardian our bodies, the Rev. Calvert our souls ; hence, we need a gaol for the former, and a goal for the latcer. * # # Our Pastor finds it bard to infuse the spirit God into the Church fence con tractor ; he is adamant, in anticipation that the post...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

ffiyKlfsipafif rpENDERS are hereby invited for the rights L to LU NCiiEON ' ' iBOOTtf,' au'd TEA' BOO^L'H., at the abavo;Spoietj'-s :' Annual .Shaw, . to 'be' held February^ 1911.': TenJers will close with the Secretary 'otf Wednesday, 7tli December. ? ? ? .... A..O, ilANNS...... . J ' ? ? ? secretary. ; ) V '/ the' / ^ lssirfflsiffli::isi!iai fir® insBFasice Sen., 1M-., PITT & KING STREES, SYDNEY. Iiisks of FIRE, PERSONAL ACCIDENT, PLATE G LASS, &c„ covered at LOWEST RATE. G. HOWARD POPE, Manager. W.'K. JOHNSON, Agent CANDELO TENDERS, ; 'TIEN DEES are hereby invited for , the : db ' LEASE OF 370- ACRES, 'known as Methodist. Farm, i.at; 'TANTAWANGLO. .Tenders .close with the undersigned on SAT URDAY, IOtk - DECEMBER. For further . particulars' appU-.' ' ' ' ' ' W. T. IR YIN, : ... Tantawanglo. :0SMTSTOiV'.: - ? ?// : : '/':/' , and -. . /;'/; y^ORMlS£M DENTISTS, - 'j'n-y BEGA. - .. , : /, MR. J:; M.' ORMISTON- ' \vill v.vi«t the undermentioned places oii. the follow*...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Each drop in the bitter cup is measured out by the unerring hand of the heavenly physician who never makes mistakes, nor ceases to watch his patient for one moment. At the Melbourne Trades Hall Coun cil last week the following motion was carried : 'That the Government be re quested to have a clause inserted in the amending Bill of the Factories and Shops Act rendering it unlawful for any company, firm, person or persons to prevent or prohibit any of its employees from marrying.' One delegate said some banks made a condition that 110 man in their employment should be married unless he receives £150 or, in some cases, £175 per year. He under stood that in the case of one compan}' the amount was fixed as high as £200. The council should ask the Govern ment to pass a law making it penal for any company or person to hare the audacity to endeavour to prevent any man from marrying.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

'She Glorious ? I RONWCH PIANOS | I are famous rigSfct 4lfo^©'ugs*0'ut imiasieaS world for § M tfaeis* ptare tome, (El great dtira3bili4y. m if Yltaey are feisilt lay experts oj life-lomg trairaiiag, aracl || 1 every isicH ©jF material tssedl in £)heir cozistruc&ios* is If 1| of the very best quality obtainabSe. M I We guarantee tf&em. to give satisfaction. ; i Catalogue and price list, shewing easy terms, free on application. -I W* fi. FAL-IMG -& CO., Ltd. 1 338 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. C. A. Green, Loeal Agent. ?. | WASTING WEAKNESS jj I 1 HEART PALPITATION jj j I NERVE BREAKDOWN jj Ijjj CAN.. BE h RAPIDLY. \-; si RF.iVlfc.DiED ji S || WITH *.5i! | CLEMENTS TONIC j} iiii No more sincere or iruer letter v/ns ever ^ 1| written to wotnea than this otic. It 13 a | | jj proof of the healthful properties of a re- | Eg remarkable medicine, and of special 5 |1 inteiesi to all Australian people, espwnny ?} I I to weak women. ; S3 ? Is || . Mrs. FRANCES PARKINSON, Hote...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

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 it this should happen. Then try to realize the danger to yourself it you allow your bowels to become clogged. The poisonous matter which should pass off is absorbed into the blood, which is the cause of numerous diseases,. When you are troubled this way^thet'k is just one thiug to do— get a box 'ni Cha:nberlain_s Tablets. They cleanse and invigorate the stomach and bowels, aud clear the system of all foul accumula tions- and restore it to a normal condition.®

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

|j Ana I Ills. | V SunscamnRs ro the Southern Eecokd ruvjj j'govc-rned by the f'oi lowing || , LAWS 'RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS:- j 1. Subscribers who do not give expres Ij notice to tlie contrary are considered as .vish- ij ; ing to continue their subscription.!-. jj ? c^'i subscribers older the discontinuance - ; or their periodicals, the publisher may con- jl ? j timie to send them until arrears arc paid. | : 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take $ I P^'odieals from the post office or other puirc !j /to which they are directed, thev are he.'cl ? , responsible until they have settled theirlj j 'ills and ordered the periodicals to be dis--j [! conhnuc-d. j? 'i ( sj ;l-; If subscribers move, toother localities! jj without informing the publishers, and their 1 j papers are sent to- the former direction, the]! I .subscribers are responsible. ij j 5. The courts have decided that ' ref usin '? ' j to take periodicals from the oifice or remov- ! ;'ng or leaving them uncalled for, is j-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

ji i Read This- S i ij = ! i; ' -|To Our Readers: We would' ask you to help {:' us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep f; resentative newspaper by forwarding at yotjr eii.rli.est convenience information that r, '»? of pt.J.fi,.. i ;j *;;!-«».-? (?-. You «?:!! HutS:,: j.: (1 : arlvert-isiajt vour ji.ivtieu- ; ;! i-.: .? Mie electorate. Sivonl'V -yt.u [ ! ? :;i 1} s^runi vour copy of the. H'70S3 :i :i !v,:uiat-!y. a plaint- made to us will ru ?: s:iH- in tin* iu».i;!.»r wroivimj prompt iuvea- :i I'l ii'':-A'ujn. y ' ? - ' . ' ' ' i j; To CoisTKTBUToir-: -Whilst wo unhesitatiugrly ji |: t-lu-ow .our colli ni a s opoa to contributed -j ji articles on any subject, v.-e reserve- the jj f| 'rislit to veto auy contribution, or' sentence jj jj of srsme which . we .consider libellous or I fj seditious. Should a. writer assume a.soji jj fl D3 plum: to, bis real nairio must p.ceom'pany i| !j his or her manuscript to insure publica- !| jj tiou. Manuscript must be legibly written jj :? and rea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

To Stand the Season. f||iggj AT BEGA, , ' ' W% and to travel the surround iuS District. The Pony Stallion, PIOGJJJHHYII. Dam MASCOT, ' Sire PICCANINY f ? -. ' a - 'i-3 S ' £** 1 2 ? ? : 3 cr H C! -=? . vj tr S - '' i-3 § ^ | s 5 c '? Ci ^ 2. \= . . 3 -? 2' ' - 55 3; == p s . . ? o 2 3 ra ? 3- — ' a ?'.§! 2, . £ 2.^ ' t? p - .1° t ? s5 i-d £T . o ? § ? C p PICCANINNY II is a beautiful dark Bay with black points, standing 13.3.V hands high of splsndid conformation, with plenty of bone and muscle and has proved himself a siu'e foalgctter. Terms £2. A reduction for two or more mares. C. JOHNSON, Proprietor. The Res Palace Emporium, »IL The Home of . . . Antlioay Hordcrns' Famous Low Prices The Lowest m the Land. Send for our . . . LATEST SUiiSR Fftiiiiii mmm 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. ANTHONY BORDERS & SONS, ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, WS® PAIjACB...

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More About Tolstoi. A Life Sketch. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Mtre km t itlstel. | A Life Sketch, Count Tolstoi, whose death wes an nounced in our last, was an extremely uuique personage, and . the follow ing brief outline of his lifo story may be of interest : — At the time of his '-'death- the 'Count was within a few da3-s of SO years of age. On his own admission, for the first 30 years of his life lie lived the riotous, reckless life- which generally attends the novitiate of the voting man of fortune at European courts, and he made no strenuous effort to withstand the allurements which beset him. Naturall}' of a deeply religious cast of mind, the indifferent if not scoffing attitude adopted towards such questions by the pleasure-seeking men of fashion with whom lie associated for a time had its effect on him, and it. is not surpris ing to find him saying, 'At 18 I became a free-thinker-' Fighting with (he army of the^-Czar in the Crimean war, he became''' famous as a wit and a writer of inspiriting songs, and later on achieved a literary re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

v m Queen's* Hotel * Willian Street, CANDELO. f 'V' «5.-s p; r$i Gviii&US £«, -J Uni'., ''?*.? - - 'PROPRIETOR. - - - First Class Accommodation at a Moderate Tariff. ? = ? maroai ~ 3es.t Sraruls of Liiquors Kept in Stock. ? Visitors to tiie district should write for Accommodation at this Hotel. DTToD,°on'!c^rset ,rthis popular old Hotel when MAKING YOUR r rUKOriAbiib. You cannot be better catered for elsewhere. li 3% J_ ' If | if You | You Want i Want m jj ; a sei s°°d ll of Saddle. j | Harness. ij w ii il m il — GO TO - - P. J. RYANSV - PRICE 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, and many other lines to numerous to particularize. A cordial invitation is extended to all to call and inspect the above lines. The Latest Fashion Journals, weekly and monthly, always on hand. ? ' Bega - Ceoina Motor Service. ^galmaht (Sjm* Leave Bega on Tuesda...

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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

[?] TiiE following prices for the week are quoted frorii Sydney : — Butter: — Superfine Prints ,94s per cwt ; Superfine. Bulk, 94s per : cwt ; ' Seconds 84s to 88,s . per, . c wt.- . . Cheese -Prime Loaf, 61' to 6.Vd pet lb: ; .-Victorian Prime Large^Gd per lb. ; Second quality, 4jd to 5|d . per lb. ' Bacon : — C hoice Sides, 8d to 8|-d per lb. Heavy Sides, 7|d to bd per 1 b. . ElitChcs light, 7Ad per lb. ; Flitches heavy, 7d'per lb. Farm Produce: — Potatoes old, £ 7 to £8 per ton ; Potatoes new,, £10 to £11 per Ion ; Ouionsr £6 to £7---per ton ; Lucerne, £3 to! £3 10s per ton ; Bran £4 10s per tou ; Pollard, £4 10s per ou ; Prime Maize; 3s per bus.

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The Power of Purpose. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Tlie Power of Puipse. i To succeed one must be systematic | and have a goal. j All will agree that no man is apt to I arrive unless he has a distinct ilea as to I where he is going. You can steer a ship that is moving under the power of some impelling force. You cannot do anything with a ship that is dwftiri'r — it simnlv lies in the trough of the sur, beaten and [ lossi d. . You can do groat things with a young man who is p- s-sessed by a pur pose. But it is hard to do anything with those human derelicts who are just drifting along waiting to see what will happen instead of being up and out io make things happen on their own ac count. A pile of siesl filings and shavings lying on the floor of a foundry may be hue in quality, the}' may weigh a ton, but unorganised they have little value. Organise and weid them into a shaft, attach one end of the shaft to au en gine, and the other to a. screw pro pellor, and it will send a mighty ocean liner from New York to Liverpool in live days. B...

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PAMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

[?] ON jMoriday mor'riirig last,' Enid, daugii: ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas^ passed away .at. the age of 4 and hal.f., years. She. had .'been,, ailing .for .the. last, five months, the best :of medical attendance both , here., and :,. in 1 Sydney, :had:.. been obtainedj: .b.ut -the . doctors - heldi ou t ? no : hope . from -J the ? start. « Th'e': - deepest ^sympathy' is : 'expressed on all sides' for. the .parents'' arid 'relatives in ' their Sad . bereavement. The funeral -'.'toot place ou Thursday afternoon,' when a . very large number, followed, the ^remains to the grave. The school children acted as pall bearers, the Oddfellows march ing alongside. ..TheH. ,-F.' A^Chanipion officiated at the graveside. Mr. J. 'Korber being ;tliei undertaker. '? ; ' Mr. F. Wood is openiiig'a. butcher ing business here eai'ly in December. An enderly man named'. Hodgsen died in the local hospital last Saturday night, and was buried on vSunday. The Rev. H. F. : A. Champion officiated at the grave. T...

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The Millionaire Robber. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Tfie MMii©iffiS'€ i©»er „ ? i (BY BRUCE BAH TON.) '? Mv friends, I have a confession to make. I liave been very wicked ; I am a robber.'. We look up in surprise at the clear eyed, well-dressed individual who is speaking, aud' then at the company gathered around him. It is uot a Salvation Army meeting. There is 11 0 Mare of sasoline torches, no biass dram, no tuneless singing. Men and women wearing the marks of refine ment and several dollars worth of clothes, smile a little, and look with undisguised curiosity at the- speakei . He continues : 'You are l-obbers too. The only difference between us is that I know I, steal and you don't. I am going to ea d a better life and you aren't. I don't mean that I am going to quit stealing. I'm only half honest yet — but I'm going to use my swag — I might as well be plain about it, and 'swag' is what it is— I'm going to use it to break up' the system which lias made it possible for me to get it. John D. Rockfellow is a member of my gang, a good,...

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The Shire Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Tfie Sire Eiectios. ? ? As the next election of Councillors for Imlay Shire will be by postal ballot, the following extracts from the ordin ances dealing with the subject should be of interest : — If, in respect of any Riding, there ru-j more candidates nominated than there are Councilors to be elected, the Return ing Officer shall notify in some news paper circulating in the Shire that a poll will be taken by postal ballot in respect of such Riding, and shall announce the names. of the persons who have become candidates, and the polling place. The electiou will take place on the last Saturday in January next, aud voting . shall close at six on that day. Each candidate may, by writing, signed by him, appoint one person to be his scrntineei-, and each scrutineer may be preseut at the checking and posting of the ballot papers, and daring the count ing of the ballot papers on the days appointed therefor. The Returning officer shall, not later than the fifth day prior to the election, t...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

; tELEGMMS. / . - : ? Sydney, FlilDAY. ; ! : - MARKETS. - Eggs, 8|d, : : :;;Butter,-.82s to 94s cwl. ?' Cheese, to 6£d. ? Hens, 3s 6d to 4s 6d. ? ' / ' Roosters, , os. to/ 7s. , : REVENUES./''' i -The Victorian, West'AusLrali.an,: --and Queensland 'revenues -' ; 'for :vNbvernber show substantial increases. .'.'.,/ NATIONAL BANK. .' The Minister' for ','Hprae '-'Affairs promises that legislation will be intro duced next session : to provide, for the establishment of a National Common wealth Bank. . CHAIRMAN. OF COMMITTEES. ' R; D. Meagher has: been elected Chairman of Committees. . /ANOTHER RESUMPTION. In the Assembly the House agreed to purchase the Crowtlier Estate of 10,500 aci'es,.iu the Young District, for closer settlement purposes. The price to be paid is £4 19s per acre. - ; : ; .// / EARLY CLOSING. ' ./' : A Bill has been introduced- toremove anomalies in the Early Closing Act. . /.;' ./ BUD GET'; SPEECH.; J///:' Premier McGowan has decided- ? to deliver his Budget speech on...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

News and ' Notes. ?Residents view, the prospect ; of Canflelo's ^footpaths with immense satisfaction. _ The vrork of laying them ^io^vh lias 'commenced. * * # Rev. N. W. Gardiner will conduct services on Sunday next as follows — Candelo 8 a.ni. (H.C.) ; Kameruka 11 a.m. (H.O.) j Wolumla *3. p.m..-; Candelo 7/45' p.m.-'' ' # # * ? ? * - ? - - , ? ilRj J. MljOnjusTON: lias: retuvued 'to' Bega aud resumed dentistry in c on ju ac- tion with J.J. Ormiston., As, will.be seeVi in our advertising columns, 'all outlying district's will be ?' visited .regularly by the firm. . ' ' ? ~ # * * .Mrs. B. J. Morbison left on Tuesday ; per Balmaiu Bros. ' motor, eii route for Sydney where she will spend a thi;ee. months' holiday- 1. i 1 »- . * ' : 'We are 'sorry' to learn that ,tlie editor of ..the Bega Budget did .riot' benefit by special treatment in Sydney for hjs nervous complaint; ' UM... - =& # Genkrai. sympathy ' .is expressed locally for those connected with.theJate Mrs. Foley-, : ,wh...

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Inter-District. BIBBENLUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

[?] From our Gdrres'p on dents [?] Mi!..,Wm. .MD-RDpGH^-.^ur local u blue, k;- smith.-;ha;s.b.een ;doing :good. business : in the way of bullock shoeing, He and :his appr'enti'ce 'shod 164 in the space of ;ab6il6;4;Sveeks,'Wvhilei one day' '12! 'were ?put^dritiri'the time' 'of '3£ * hours'.''. .' ? . .This .afternoon. (Wednesday), .; a severe storm .passed oyer the:to-yush.ip, ? a.bout; an inch-of rain being- registered. ?Shearing will ia gain be abandoned'- foir-a -few days:- 'The rousabouts '' are having ?s'pleudid times, considering nothitig was : 'done in the Way of woi'k last' week. The annual sports will iie.hold on ,th.e usual day,. New Year's , Day.,; , The ,pro . gramme consists: of. a:, number pf.,n,ew and most iuteresting: .items:': -. -i. -itu' : ' ;A'' pleasant ti ine was' ' spent ''in : the local teritiis court ' !on 'Saturday1 'aft^r 'hoo'n' last/ ' A' sc'ratc'h 'match ' was' ar- ranged for between' the's^ied^Iianas au'd tovvnies (as .they ' we're cai.led)., .. !The s...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

C4BHGMMS. . / ? — ^ ? Lo.vdon, ' Thursday. ' Mi-. Winston Churchill had a special guard of 200 constables to protect him at a Sheffield meeting. All neai streets were closed aud barriers erected. The Chief Secretary for Ireland de clares the forthcoming referendum to be a dangerous and delusive proposal. The Duke of Connaught has laid the foundation stone of the memorial to the members of the Rand Regiments who foil in the Boer 'War. The Barquentine steamer ' Gratitude ' collided with a. collier off Gravesend. and sank iri two minutes. Eight of the crew. were drowned. . . ,

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Wyndham. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Wgnitn. (From our Coriespondent). No rain to speak of this week, nice warm weather now, but more rain is needed for herbage etc. A cricket match was played on Wyudham ground on Saturday last, be tween Rocky Hall and t-he local team. The visitors suffered defeat. Sunday was a glad day for the children of the Sunday School. The annual distribution of prizes took place at the close of the service. Thirty children are enrolled, and each pre sented with a book prize. Other awards were : A Bible prize donated by Miss B. Beare for highest marks, wop by Kenneth Partridge ; second class, a Bible the gift of Mr. A. Walter, won By T helm a Partridge ; third class, also a . Bible from the Sunday School a\varded~ tb'-'MaggieXAtkins. 29/ll/'10.

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