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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

In Graver Mood. Articles Moral and Religious, Philosophical, and Didactical. Churc h Services. ? Candelo District. Catholic. ^j'ASS will be celebrated as under— NOVEMBER. 27th — Candelo 11. J.J. GUNNING, P. P. Ulmroh of ErLgUirul KAMERUKA PARISH. DIVINE SERVICE will be held as un der — DECEMBER. 4— Candelo 8 a.m. (H.C) ; Kamernka 11 a.m (H.C.) ; Wolumla 3 p.m. ; Candelo 7.30. 11— Beiuboka 11 H.c; Tantawanglo 3; Candelo 7.30. 1-i Wednesday — Diagna, 7.45 — Candelo, 11 h.c. ; Woluuila, 3 ; Kamernka, V 7.45. Chbistiias Day. 25 — Cannelo, 8; Kameruka, 11; Bemboka 3: Tantawanglo 7.30. N. W. GARDNER .A-usti'iilsusian jMethociifist Chu.voh DIVINE SERVICES will be conducted as under — NOVEMBER. 27 — Candelo 11, Pambula 3 30. Eden 7.30. Rev. F. H. W al k d 2 n - B ro w n . I'res'byteiuan.. Be^a every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m Candelo every second Sunday in each month ;it 3 p.m. Rev. W:.r. Watts.

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
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Mysterious Disappearance. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

Mpters®i§ Disappear in^. Another mysterious disappearance oc curred in Sydney last week, when the wife of Mr. A. Caldwell, son of Seur. Sergt. Caldwell, of Moruya, disap peai-ed from her home, and has not since been heard of. It is only three weeks ago that Sergt. and Mrs. Caldwell attended the marriage of their son iu Sydney, when the young couple settled down in a comfortable home just acquired at Bexley. Then came the news that the young wife had mysteriously disappeared last Wednesday, carrying with her a peggy bag containing £lu. On Monday the Sergeant received an urgent wire stating that tlie bag had been found on the cliffs overlooking Watson's Bay, and that ? the worst fears were enter tained. The blow is a very severe one to Sergeant Caldwell, and he is uatur' ally muclrTipset at the dramatic and sudden termination of a happy union and the deepest sympathy is expressed for him, and his wife and son. Tlie ' Sun' . further reports': — It is feared the lady was in a condition ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

A Paper for the People . ? ? ? yx- ,-^w ^.., v ^ ^ w ^ ^ ^ ? ? ^ U Printed at Candelo. Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the Southern Districts. uDr, -** *«?*- *1* ?**»-* * Stands for no Party, bat for Principles. :- Panders to no 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 lias Representatives in all important centres in the Electorate. Aims to he an educational force, a social bond, a moral in fluence, an up-lifting power in the community. laims to be clean, reliable, outspoken, useful, inte resting, 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. T3ie Subscription to- tMs Journal is -£1 fill per anai m5 BI give Great DISCOUNT for all ADVAN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

AM, £ ®.F. Assiciiiiti. THAN1CS. rpHE COMMITTEE of tlie above Association L desires to render their thanks and appreciation to the Ladies Committee and all others who assisted in connection with the reconfc flower Show in bringing it to such a successful issue. A. O. MANNS, Secretary. TENDERS. TEN-DEES are hereby invited for the LEASE OP 370 ACRES, known as Methodist Farm, at TANTAW ANGLO. Tenders close with the undersigned on SVT TJRDA.Y, 10th DECEMBER. For further particulars apply. \V. T. IS.YIN, Tautan'anglo. . Candelo Pound. TMPOTJNDED at Candelo, ou oth Docember, JL 1910, from Candelo Common, by Claude Ryan — YELLOW HI'jIFEF;., ears marked, branded like Y.j. near rump. liED .BULL, ear marked, shoulder broken, no visible brand If uot released will be sold at this pound at NOON ou tho 23 rn DECEMBER, l'JIO, HENRY Gr. HAMMOND, Pouud Keeper. Christmas Tree, — TN*AID OF THE — Methodist Church, will be on exhibition in The Park, Candelo, — ON — llirsli®, Hscei&fr 15. TICKETS...

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Censure Debate. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

censure Mote. 0 During the debate on the recent censure motion in connection with the State Parliament several regrettable incidents occurred, and many expressions were given utterance to by speakers on both sides of the house that rather suggested the gutter than the hall of government. , If half the statements made by the gov ernment leaders concerning the opposi tion are true scarcely a member of it is worthy of a place in decent society, let aloneupon the benches of Parliament and if a fraction of the Opposition charges made against tne Labor Ministry can be verified the people of New South Wales have entrusted the reins of Gov ernment to the most blithering lot of incompetent rogues that ever ruined a country. To put it blankly, according to Mr. Hoi man, Wade is a scoundrel with Mr W. H. W ood as first lieutenant J and according to the aforesaid alleged scoundrels, Holman is a backboneless apology fcr a man who would be a scoundrel if he weie not such a cur Were it noL for fhe ...

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Bega Summer Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

Be§a SHHier Ems. I The Summer Race Meeting of the Be£a Jockey Club was held on Wed- ] nesday last. Tiie attendance was only moderate, but racing was good. Fol lowing are the results: — Tihal Handicap of 15 sovs, 6 fur lougs. P. Kirby's chm Zephyr, 8.4 car ried 8.7 (. Clarke) ? ^ P. J. Tarlinton's br in Goldfinch 8.4 carried 8.5 (G. Reed) ? * B. Sharpe's True Tile, 8.4 (J. Mc Mahon) ? 3 * Dead heat. . _ I Other starters: G. Edwards' Stirling Bill /.1L carried b lo (R. Edwards). The race was run off after the High weight Handicap. Goldfinch won by 1^ lengths. Flying Handicap of £20 sovs, 6 furlongs. W. Hibburd's br m Sennawood, Seneschal — Rosewood, 9. 8(W. Hibburd, junr.) ? ?7... 1 W. Frazer's ch m Stitch-iu-Time, 8.12 (C. Clarke) ? ? 2 J. - Start's Warspring, 8.4 (Mc Mahon) ? ? .............. 3 * Other starter : W. R. Robertson's Ballyrogau, 7.7. carried 8.0 (Simpson). Hurdlk Race of 25 sovs., about 2 miles 158 yards. A. McNaught's blk g The King, Seneschal — Goldsworth, 9.7 (C. Cla...

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Mixed Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

lixei ileus.' Tommy Burns offer to bet £400 that be can bi-at Jeffries in 14 rounds. He denies that Jeffries was doped in his match against Johnson. £ * ,t«« Boris Senkovitch, accused of murder ing Alexander Elsmond at Beurke on September 1G, will not be tried until the next sittings of the Criminal Court. It is alleged that Senkovitch is insane. * * *- In the five years they have been in America the Boers have come to be recognised as among the most successful farmers of irrigated land in the south west. They have reclaimed thousands of acres of desert, and have been the direct agents in causing the cultivated lands of the Mesilla Valley to double in value. They weie quick to grasp the American method of irrigation. They have put their acr?s into better shape than have their American neighbours a fact which the old-timers ternselves ungrudgingly admit. They are also progressive iu their use of up-to-date farm machinery. * * * A REMINDER. Of what does a bad taste' iu the | mouth rem...

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CURRENT TOPICS. Decentralisation. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

€!IRIENT TOPICS. Decentralisation. ? $ ? The costly trio constituting the Decen tralisation Commit tee have come and gone. A few public spirited men from Caudelo, Beinboka, and Bega added some to the huge mass of evidence that is being bundled up, for some purpose, presumably. Who's the wiser or more hopeful now ? It seems to us that this scheme of decen tralisation is without a back-bone, and in kicking up the dust as it whirls along in its motor car. it will merely act as a smother to the popular feeling. The public know nothing of what its instructions are, if it has any. To all appearance it ic like a rudderless ship, going nowhere in particular because it is minus effective steeriug geer. It is a commission launched without a chart in the wilderness and confusion a big country with a million differences of opinion. Evideutly they are sent out to report upon centres which are being sucked to death by the wholesale deflection of trade to Sydney. If so they are wasting- time. All ...

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Points from the Budget. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

Points iron ths liiisl. ? ^ ? The Premier delivered the Budget Speech on Tuesday night. The de paitmental estimates were framed before the Government took office, aud as these estimates take a considerable time to compile, all the Government could do in the short time at its dis posal has been to modify them so as to meet the diminished revenue expected during the present year. The actual receipts from all sources during the year exceeded tho late Treasurer's estimate of revenue by £917,823 4s 5d. The net increase of revenue coming under the head ,of ' Governmental ' amounted to £618,757, which included £73,366 from Commonwealth returns, while the net increase under the head of 'Business Undertakings'' was £292,066, towards which tlie railways contributed £242,383. The revenue from the tramways was over-estimated by the late Treasurer to the amount of £10,748. The total expenditure for the year was £14,230,486 10s 8d, which was £180,5.13 13s 8d iu excess of the esti mate. the excess...

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Life Story of a Fly. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

Life Story of i Fig. Born. Peel a little chilly, but I guess the Avorld will warm up to me. Find 1 am an acrobat. Can walk on the ceiling. It's bully fun. Sometimes I haug by oue foot. Some hungry. Not much to eat on the wall paper. Warmer to-day. Am real skittish and lively. Skated on the window pane. Ate with the baby. Was a little careless and got in his mouth. He coughed me up. I believe that Jonah story. Raining outdoors. Glad I'm inside This family doesn't use good butter. Took a milk bath. Explored the floor, but was snapped by a dog. Glad I'm not a flea, or l-would have to live on the dog. ,Had a dandy feast on charlotte russe to-day..; Got. ;first whack at it. When shooed off took refuge on a cracker. , Somebody pulled the cracker from uuder me, and consumed it. How greedy some people are. Funny thing happened. Tried to get out-doors to the garbage can, and found iron bars preventing my egress Cloud has a silver lining- however, for flies outside can't get in. If I find a h...

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Kingship: A Shaky Job. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

Wlipflip : A SflSll Job. xSonnxG truer was ever expressed iu a poem than that famous line of Sbake pcare's, ' Uneasy lies (he head that ?wears a crowu and tliis has been strikingly attested during recent years, when revolutions have been .added to the terrors of anarchical plots and as sassinations. Only last year tlie rulers of Morocco, of Turkey, and of Persia were compelled to 'retire from busi ness,' and now a similar fate has befallen the youihful King of Portugal. Certain other monarchs have for some time had reason to feel that they are liable to dismissal without notice. Of all nations, none in modern times has furnished such striking illns-. nations of the instability of thrones ae I' ranee. There, for 150 years past., bus a single monarch, Louis X\ III, has finished his reign with his life. Louis XVI., Charles X., and Napoleon III. were all forcibly dethroned; Louis Philippe and Xapoleon the Great abdicated : and Louis XVII. never reigned at all except in name. There are s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

Aa Australian's liomt May at any time be in vaded by Sickness. In the best regulafcd families the little Us of life will creep in. Some member )f the fi-.mily circle nipy occasionally ratfcr from Biliousness or Indiffesiion. md one or the other will from time to time :::h:bit the well-known symptoms of Con ization. _ From these little, troubles -.lore serious complaints arise, and ihov.ld, therefore, not be neaiccted. The headache, bad breath. ' and dis ;..»:oured tong'uc, arc the index to a dis i roe red stomach, and the necessity of ?teepinff a safe, sure, and reliable remedy n the house is apparent. By foiiov.-inrf =iu;Ii n c urse the more expensive method y f calling in a doctor will !-c cj.Mte ttn ss:iry. That Dr. Morse':; Indian Root Pi:*s are tSxe very best family medi cine is vouehed for by thousands of -jrate- fti! men and women who h^vc proved the:r wonderful corrective mcrirs. Taken Dccasionally, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are a p;reat . protection against all common a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

| And This. $ | I 8nKuui to the Sounttas Bstokd are 1 [governed by the following if j LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS: I ' | 1. Subscribers who do not give expres | j P°tice to the contrary are considered aa .vish- 3 | nig to continue their subscriptions. | j ^ subscribers older the discontinuance j ; or their periodicals, tlie -publisher may con- J tinue to send them until arrears are paid. | subscribers refuse or neglect to take \ pcuodicals from the post office or other plaee 3 to which they are directed, they are liel*l i responsible until they have set-tied their \ nils and ordered the periodicals to be di;--:3 continued. 'j '1-. If subscribers movo toother localities ij wituout informing the publishers, and their | : papers are sent to the former direction, the J siiuscribers are responsible. | 5. The courts have decided that ' refusing -j to take periodicals from the office or remov*- -ij njg or leaving them uncalled for, is prima !j faci evidence of intentional fraud. j G. If su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

! | Read This- f To Our Headers: We would ask you to help i us in the compilation of a thoroughly rep j resentativo newspaper by forwarding' at your earliest convenience informat ion t-1i at- will be of public interest. You will thus do unich toward advertising your piivtiou i !ar part ol the electorate. Should you : fail to svc'.ro your copy of the Rkcoud | K=gul:ir)y. .1 corn plaint made to us will ru | suit- in tiif rocciving prompt inves tigation. ; To CoxTK!iiUTo';:^: Whilst we unhesitatingly throw our columns open to contributed |! articles on any subject, we reserve the right to veto any contribution, or sentence of same which we consider libellous or s ditiou*. Should a writer assume a xon ds his real name must accompany his or h.^r manuscript to insure publica j (ion. Jlannsoript must be Ic-gibiy written and reach us not later than Wednesday of each week. To CoRiiESPo:-r)KKTS: To facilitate expediti ons printing we; to:; nest our numerous ! correspondents to forward all mat...

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World-Wide Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

WorM-WMe filsiiiigs. Tlie late G'-ut:t Tolstoi, in his last article, says the only purpose of capital punishment is to increase the wages of the hangman. lis horrors, he snyp. are useless as a detei'rent, and the only remedy is to instill info men's minds the knowledge that there destiny needs -justifyir-g their acts. The Scotchman was a feeble-minded old man, snd his companion who took him to the race meeting presently in duced him to stake a sixpence in' .the third race 011 a 40 to 1 chance. By some amazing miracle this outsider won. When the bookmaker gave old Sandy a gGlden sovereign with his sixpence, the winner could not believe his eyes. 'Do you mean to tell me:, lie saidv 'that 1 get- all this for my sixpence ?' 'You do,' sard- tiie bookmaker. 'Ma conscience !' muttered Sandy. 'Tell me, mou, how long has this thing been going on ?' : t t The report of the prefect of studies (Father Little), read at the St. Igna tius' College annual prizegiving urged the advisability of kee:p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

To Staad the Season. §WSSU AT BEGA' and to travel the surround 'i'iie Pony Stallion, e a U a a a 4e a i k e Dam MASCOT, Sire PICCANINY b? p-. IF if 3 ,,!L p* ' ^ ? . * ? s , — . -? ® ? e* . 2 ? O — ~ - t . j Q 'S-O C P 3 ' ' ???.'*-! ? ' o~ 2 1 f P' V p - _ a i-3 p S 5 3 c H «« sr 5 ? 3 5 c If J' . *p ? ? o e4 -z- P o B t** PICCANINNY II is a beautiful dark Bay with black points, standing 13.3* hands high of splendid conformation, with plenty of bone and muscle and has proved himself a sure foalgetter. Terms £2. A reduction for two or more mares. C. JOHNSON, Proprietor. Tie New' Palace Emporium. The Home oi . . . Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices The Lowest in the Land. Send for our . . . LATEST Sllillli Fllllil PORTFOLIO Posted Free oil Application. It illustrates the smartest creations of the Season, and will solve the problem of economically conforming to the pre vailing modes. ANIHOHY HORDES!! § SOUS, ONLY UNIVERSAL PE0YIDEK3, BBW PALACE EMPORIUM, BRICKFIELD Hllili, SYDNEY, j ...

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Giving. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

SlVIIlfo I would not be a selfish child, For I'-ni'ly 1 was taught To -;ive a Dirt of all I have, As LTt'jjiTons children ought; I\.it keeping everything myself, But sharing it with others, So, when I had the whooping-cough, I irave it to inv brothers. List winter I was kept at home, Tlie doctor came each day; We had a card outside our door To warn our friends away. Xo one might come to visit us ; Yet, doing wha'f I could, I gave my scaiiet, fever To half the neighbourhood. And so it was with measles And so with chicken-pox; I gave them to my little frieuds On three surrounding blocks. And now that we are well again, It makes me laugh: — ha ! ha ! — To think that, when I had the mumps, I gave them fo papa.

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. BRITISH ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

mumm. London, Thursday. BRITISH ELECTIONS.' The results of the polliug in the British elections to date are : — Govern- ment 184, Opposition 169. PASblON PLAY. The profits of the Passion Play amounts to £64 000. BREAK IN THE ICE. Owing to a collapse of ice fifteen people have been killed in Prussia. TROUBLE IN SOUDAN. Duringfigbting Soudan, Colonel Moll, four officers and 40 men were killed. The natives lost 600 killed.

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Lloyd George's Gift. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

u§lfl fi$©rp'§ can. Mr. Lloyd-George has presented Rev. Rai 13 ha jar, one of the native mission aries 011 the Khasia-hill, of India, with a Bible as a 'rift for one of his little girls, who expressed a wish to have a Bille from Mugland. On the fly leaf Mr. Lloyd-George wrote: — 'From a Britisa Chan':. -1 or of the Exchequer living among the hills of Wales to a little maiden 011 the Khasia-hills is given this copy of the Greatest Book tlu world has ever see:..'

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

TELEGRAMS. ? « ? Sydney, Friday. ... MARKETS. . Eggs lOd to Is. Butter 82s to 94s. .Cheese to 8d. Hens 3s 6d to 4s. ' Roosters 3? to 6.s 6d. ? EDUCATION. The new regulations governing High Schools and Superior Publi.c Schools provide for free educatioatu High Schools. District scholarships, will also be established. THE BUDGET AND RAILWAYS. During the de'eate on the Budget in the Assembly Mr. Wadd.6ll condemned political interference in the control of the railways. - . FEDERAL REFERENDA. Mr. Wade, referring to the proposed Federal Referenda, declared that if the ' proposals were carried they would destroy the liberty of the States. PUBLIC WORKS. The Minister for Works stated that his predecessor had committed the public worka fund to au expenditure of £961,000, and added that owing to the condition of the finances he (Mr. Griffiths) had been compelled (to cut this amount down to £380,000. ' NO, THANKS.' | The Minister for Mines has declined the offer of coal under Warner Estate, Wyo...

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