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

[?] (From our Coriespondent). Ox Wednesday evening last lha Federal Tennis Club held a dance in the local School of Arts. There was a goo'd attendance aud the dunce was kept up until early morning. A cricket match, played on Saturday afternoon, between Bombala and a com bined team from the sheds resulted In a win for Bombala, this making their third victory this season. A social was held on Saturday night in aid of the football club and was ^airly well attended, the amount taken at the door .was £3. Mr. 0. Connor, of Cathcart, who has been confined to his bed, at Mrs. Hare's private hospital, for some time, is, we are pleased to hear, ou the road to re covery. Mr. Sam. Turnbull, who was injured some short time ago by a horse falling ivith him, journeyed to Sydney last week where he will undergo an opera tion. Mr. John Geratliy, who went to Syduey to undergo an operation, is, we are pleased to report, doing splendidly aud will shortly retui'n home. Messrs. Nixon Bros., of Orbost, are...

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

nt- Qtt©£H*s Motel# & Willian Street, OAHDELO. W ^*5ci46ds:-i %£$ i&a3 .^cajs^i U Tpfe-*-.. ; - - - PROPRIETOR. - - - First Class Accommodation at t\ :Vi..- derate Tariff. Best .Brands of ^Liquors Keyt iii Stock. — - 7—— — ?/is. tors to t. ic district should writs for Accommodation at this Hotel. _T D-^'t forget this popular old- Hotel when MAKING YOUR 1 Ojs.v^HASE.5. You cannot be better catered for elsewhere. : ; / ' j| . - ? s II ? P If j' . You .. j Want ? a ' S'd V.' Good . I %|i Saddle. | II si II c\ & ~ If fillip You g|tll|J ' Want IBSf* M a set . r: ^ . ? Harness. _ 1^ ii GOTO ? » F, J, RYHNS'. - PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. ? ? ? All the latest designs in Stationery, Toys, Books, School and Artists' Re- - quisites. A Choice Assortment of Suitable Birthday Boobs 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 aud monthly...

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

General News. The Federal capital proclamation was issued on Moudaj'. * * * A public meeting to consider the advisability of forming a company to establish freezing works aud electric lighting in Cooma, is called. * * * ? The Casino Municipality has made a regulation that no building constructed of other than stone, brick, oi concrete will be permitted in the main portion of the town. . * # * On the ;15th instant the famous Tuinut Plains Estate is to be sold by auction in areas ranging from 13 to 235 acres. ?i? % Speaking in the Senate, the Premier of France, M. Briaud, stated tl-iat the Government was determined to combat alcoholism. The situation, he declared, was terrible, the very life of the nation being at stake. He promised Govern-' ment measures in a few days. Dr. Frederick Cook, in an article in the Hampton Magazine, eoufesses he does not know whether he reached the North Pole or not. The Postmaster-General is consider ing .1 proposal that telephone assistants who have cons...

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A. H. and D. F. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

A. i. 0RI 0. F. AS§®Cii tiM. ? * ? A WELL-attended meeting of the Candelo Agricultural Association Com mittee was held ou Thursday aEternoon under the presidency of Mr. J. A. Gordon. In reference to a letter received from Mr. Smith, suggesting the formation of a local branch of the Farmers and Settlers Association, it was decided to inform the correspondent that the Society would not undertake the formation of the branch, but a public meeting would be called for the pur pose at a later date. The Sisters of St. Joseph's Convent wete granted permission to use the Show Ground on the 13th instant. The considerati on of tenders received for the rights to luncheon booths was postponed for a fortnight. It was unanimously decided that the committee thank the ladies through the press for the splendid effort made in raising funds for the Association. It was also decided to render the thauks of the Committee to Messrs. Byrnes;- rise,, ana r,ne oeoreLary their efforts iii connection with the re...

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

The Mahrflttf Estate. ? o ? In the Legislative Assembly on Tues day the Minister for Lands moved that tho Mahratta Estate, consisting of 20,106 acres 2 roods 21 perches, which is situated near Bombala, should b.e resumed at the sum of £o 12s per acre. Tim oufnfo ic -wifliiri flic* 1 n.milo Itmif. of the approved railway line, from Cooma to Bombala. Mr. Nielson, in explaining the matter said that the price was 2s an acre be yond that which the House agreed was fair price on a previous occasion. The . question was whether it should be re sumed at £3 10s an acre, or whether the further 2s should be paid. If the matter was the subject of litigation the cost to the country would be a great deal more than the extra amount in volved, £2010. The Southern Advisory Board had had certain negotiations with the owners of the estate, and the members of the board recommended that the 2s extra should be paid. He was advised to resume the laud without takiug the matter into court. Mr. Wood, who repr...

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The Buffer Trade. A SENSATIONAL REDUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

Tte latter Tr®$e. A SENSATIONAL REDUCTION. The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Company reports : — ' In all the strange happenings peculiar to the butter trade, perhaps there have been none which caused more genuine surprise than the reduction of two. shillings per cwt. sprung upon the trade on Monday last. All the cables received towards the end of last 'week reported the Loudon market improved. The price had advanced two shillings per cwt., and choicest butter was selling from 108s to 113s, thus leaving a margin on export at 96s. To further prove that such a margin existed, buyers known as ' speculators ' were freety offering 97s or more for butter, f.o.b., Sydney; consequently it was only reasonable to believe that a change (if any) would mean an advance. The idea of a reduction under the conditions existing would be scouted. We are not ' advocating prices which would result. in losses to those factories ex porting, but we do protest against fixing prices in total disregard of ma...

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Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

Pastures Ptieecfm Tiie monthly meeting of the fiden P.P. Board was held on Tuesday. Present : Messrs. T. Cochrane (chair), G. Keys, J. A. Gordon, D. Tarlinton, W. Hans combe, T. J. Kelly, C. Parbery, C. O. Furness (inspector), F. llowe, (assis tant rabbit inspector), and W, . A. Zingel (secretary). Mi. Haslhigden sent an apology for non-attendauce, he having to attend a shire meeting at Cobargo. The Board were asked at a previous meeting by the Stock Department to supply the area of Crown lands in the district, and the District Surveyor intimated that £3 would be the cost of the information which the Board de cided to obtain. Hermann Bollmann was granted a certificate for his rabbit proof fence on the recommendation of the inspector. The Chief Inspector of Stock asked for an expression of opinion regarding trespassing of entire stock. The Board considered the remedy of the common law sufficient, and did not concur with the proposals contained in thd letter. Mr. Gordon referred to th...

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

W$ll ill PilifiCS. The Labor women propose to take au important part in the deliberations of the coming Political Labor Conference. The following are some of the resolu tions that have been forwarded for the agenda by the women's organising com mittee of tho P.L.L. anu W otnou Work ers' Union : — That the word 'woman' be substitut ed for the word 'female' in all Labor literature and discussions. That the full rights of citizenship be granted to all women. That existing infant's homes should be subsidised, £1 for £1, provided that the homes care for the mother till the infant is at least six mouths old. That a law be enacted to legatimatise the illegitimate. That all homes sheltering and caring for the enfeebled, old-age pensioners, aud invalids should be subsidised in lieu of pensions. That the State Children's Act be amended so that the mother will get the. same relief as the fostei-mother. That the Federal Parliament appoint a Royal commission to inquire into the working condition...

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How the Blind will Fare [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

itw lieBliil win Fin Iu reply to representations, the Federal Acting-Treasurer has stated that street mendicants, blind people making a few shillings a week selling tea, and other blind persons teaching music and singing, will be eligible for the invalid pension, provided their, earnings do not exceed 10s a week. Those in institutions, partly or wholly supported by the Stats, will not be eligible for the pension. As to whether a blind married woman, liviugwith her husband, will be eligible, Mr. Frazer says that each case will be decided on its merits. Blind couples will receive a maximum of £1 a week. Pensioners forced through ill-health to go into a homo for two or three weeks to recoup will have their pensions suspended, when they leave they will receive 28 days' pension, if they have been so long in the home. Blind persons apply ing for a pension will have to satisfy the magistrate § that they are blind. J They will not necessarily have to pro- j duce a medical certificate. !

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

Geeeral nws, ? * ? Mr. J. L. Fegan has been informed that his services in connection with the Miners' Accident Relief Fund will be no longer required after the end oE the year. # * » Bob Fitzsimmnus is reported to be making big money in vandeville in America. Together with his wife he is appearing iu a sketch written for him j by Jack London. * # # The engagement is announced of Mr Tony Hordern, of Sydhey (brother of Mr Sam. Hordern) to Miss Viola Bing ham, of Melbourne, a niece of Chief Justice Madden. Mr Hordern is .21 years of age, and has an income of over £50,000 pev year. 3j£ Sp ^ 'A coiiple,' said Mrs Simpkins, 'got married a few days ago after a court ship which had lasted 50 years.' 'I snppo.se,' replied Mr Simpkins, 'the poor old man become too feeble to. hold out any longer.' ? . - * * * . ., In the heart of a cow that died at Tamworfch a few days ago was found part of a hatpin- — over, five inches long. There was no trace of the lady. ?* ' The High Commissioner' has been...

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A Mysterious Visitant. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

A Mpierlois Visitant ? '-♦-. - .... — A. report has reached the Minister for Customs from Mr. L. O. Timperley, Sub-Collector of Customs at Onslow, in the Far North-west of Australia, that on November 12 Mrs. A. J. Roe. wife of the manager of Minderoo station, 22 miles from Onslow, had made the following statement : At 5.30 p.m. on October 25, when at the Minderoo homestead, my attention was directed by a native to a big object in the air, several miles away. The object was travelling from us, in an easterly direction. It looked compact, like a dirigible balloon, but appeared to be squarer, more like an ae.'oplane. The sun shone upon it, and flashes . came from it, as though reflected from something revolving or from metal work. The color of the object was dark brown or black. It was too far away to distinguish its exact position and size, or whether any persons were in it. There was no mirage at the time. JNot on any account coalcl such an object be taken for a bird.' It is the opin...

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Disobedience. By Clarice Gorman, Convent School Candele. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

[?] By Olarice Gorman, Convent School J Candelo, I By too great a love. for our own ease aud comfort, weToo often fail to do our duty to our parents and in this way we commit the sin of disobedience. This is a fault we are very prone to. It was the first siu that was ever committed in the world, and which brought evil and unhappiness upon God's creatures, whom he meut to.be always joyous. Adam and Eve disobeyed God ; they- behaved just as we do to our parents whei we do the thing they have forbidden us to do Children are obliged' to obey their parents in evei'y thing that is not against the' law of God : but our parents love us, and do all th'ey can to make ns happy, and when we disobey them we are very ungrateful. We are not onty to obey our parents but those also who stand in place of thera, aud have author ity over us. We often find it very hard to obey — there are so many places we would like to go to, and things we would like to do and ? say. The first thought that enters our m...

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Children's Corner. ESSAY COMPETITION CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

©hiSdresfs @orner. CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. 1. Open to all children of both sexes, 15 years and under, resid ing within the Tederal Electorate. 2. Each Competitor mnst write upon at least ten of the chosen 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. 4 Each Manuscript will be 'numbered, and minus the writers name, passed on to the Examiners. 5.- The Three Eest will be Chosen and Published, with the Author's Name and School attached. 8. Teachers may assist scholars in such details as Punctuation, but are asked to endeavor to induce competitors to depend entirely upon their own powers of thought and expression. ^ LIST OF SELECTED SUBJECTS.^ DATE. SUBJECT. WRITERS' NAMES. Aug'. 20 . Prominent Australians (Past and Pre- G. Biomfield, W. White, Fred. Dny i sent.) G. Johnson, .1. Collins, G. BIcmfMd 27 'School Friendship.' , .. G.^ames. SEPT. .3 ' Eden and Its Port. 0. Gorman, G. Blomfinld. N. Gomel!...

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Gladstone and the Street Sweeper. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

Slilsfsiis mi lie street ^ 2*Sf J o In Newman Hall s autobiography an incident is related of Mr. Gladstone which occurred when he was a Cabinet Minister, and one of the busie-t of men. A minister visited a lad who was ill, a j street sweeper, and being asked if any one had been to see him, the boy re plied, 'Yes, Mr. Gladstone' 'Which Gladstone?' inquirer] the rector. 'Why, Mr. Gladstone himself, '; said the bov. 'He often speaks to'me at my crossing, and missing me, he asked my mate if I was ill, and where I lived, aud so came to see me and read the Bible to me.' Mr, Gladstone busy as he was, aud prominent as wa« the position he held among men, was not above doing the will of his. Father iu heaven when opportunity offered.

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By Genie Johnson, Convent School, Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 10 December 1910

By Genie Johnson, Convent School, i Candelo. j There is no one living wlvj h is not had some experience with disobe-liena -, which is the refusal t-- co.nil/ with a reasonable request, or to act contrary to the desires of a superior. Tii- sin of disobedience originate! in tii; Garden of Jiden, when L]ve .icto I c.n trary to God's command by eating or the foi bidden fruit. Ever si.i-j, tlua it has been continually traversing whole world. All other sin* follows! disobedience, aud they still c iutiant; to do so. Did you ever uoti.;C! h nv -11 child will teil lies to sjrjen h;m;ei! from the punishment that always follows an act of disobedience. Dis obedience often ends in a terrible way. The following story illustrates a tragic way in which such a siu ended : Hav ing gained permission for a walk from her mother a 12-year-old girl started out, but she looked very discontented as she passed through the gate, for she had been fold not to row on M.e river, and this was the pleasure su. j.id...

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

News and Notes. The contractor, Mr. Chalmers, is making- good progress with our foot paths. iff * * The fruit expert, Mr. Spinks, has been in town for the past couple of days putting the finishing touches on his receutvisit of inspection. Since last . . i i _ I ? 1_.. „ here ho has been across uie ucruur uiwi the moth. s * * ' Sojik respectable local people com plain that they cannot 'stroll out after darg' without being 'touted,' and sometimes ambusned and pelted with clods. It might be fine sport, but it's a bit mean boys ! * * * It is a great pity that a lamplighter cannot be. found to set our lamp aglow ing. Surely the task is not. too great for a couple of townsmen who live ' within a short distance of the light to take turn in lighting the lamp between each moon. Mr. T. Forsyth e, well-known as a coach -proprietor, of Bombala, dropped dead on Wednesday. ? * ' * We are iu receipt of a sample of a Tery fine crop of oats, grown by Messrs. P. and 0. Schuback of Kauoona. It is quit...

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Poetry. Age. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

[?] Ate. They err who measure life by years With false or thoughtless tongue. Some hearts grow old before their time, Others are always young. 'Tis not the number of the lines On life's fast filling page, 'Tis not the nulses added throbs Which constitute our age. Some souls are serfs among the free1, While others nobly thi'ive; They stand just where their fathers stood, Dead even while they live. Others, all spirit, heart, and sense. Theirs the mysterious power To live, in thrills of joy or woe, A twelve-month in an hour. Seize then tho minutes as they pass, The woof of life is thought, Warm up the colours, let them, glow / With fire or fancy fraught. . - Live to some purpose, make thy life A gift- of use to thee,; A joy, a good, a golden hope,. A heavenly. argu«y.

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

Spans from lit tevii. Every fiction that has ever laid strong hold ou human belief is the mistaken image of some great truth. - * * * The true wealth of a man is the num ber of tilings he floves and blesses and that he is loved and blessed 'bv. ' Many a mail had proved wise if he had not so thought himself. : . The last thing a strong nature: yields is the religion in which it has been educated. # -?* ' - . ? Not the great conqueror, not the great thinker, not thejgreat statesman, but the great lover is the man as God meant him to be. * * * There are good persons with whom it will be soon enough to be acquainted ?with in heaven. * * # . - Christ turns everything, be touches into gold. The very, best way to avoid an unthankful spirit is to make thankful ness a business. * -f? # Every crime destroys more Edens than our own. *K 7*7 Bright hopes are often dashed to the ground ; but a steady, persevering man generally accomplishes his ambition. * -s *- Nothing is superficial to a deep ob...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

(Children's ©orneiv iiiaiiftnsfBiigii 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 of the chosen 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. 4i. Each Manuscript will be numbered, and minus the writers name, passed on to the Examiners. 5. The Three Best will be Chosen and Published, with the Author's Name and School attached. 6. Teachers may assist scholars in such details as Punctuation, but are asked to endeavor to induce competitors to depend entirely upon their own powers of thought and expression. l^LIST OF SELECTED SUBJECTS.^ DATE; SUBJECT. WRITERS' NAMES. . . Aug-.* 20 . 27 SEPT. 3 ,, 10 24 OCX. 1 S „ 15 „ 22 20 NOV. 5 „ 12 „ 19 ? ' „ 20 DEC. 3 'I 24 | Prominent Australians (Past and Pre-j , . sent.) I 'School 'Friendship.' ? f Eden and Its Port. . i ' Courage,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 17 December 1910

In Graver Mood. Articles Moral and Eeligious, Philosophical, and Didactical. Church Services. ? ? Candelo District. OittUolie. jy^ASS will be celebrated as under-— ~ DECEMBER. 25th — Oandeio 11. .-*... ' _ . J. J. GUNNING, P. P. Ulnivcli of Eiaglaii'l KA3IERTJKA PARISII. DIVINE SERVICE -will be held as un der — ' DECEMBER. 4— Candelo S a.m. (H.C) ; Kamoruka 11 a.m (H.C.) ; Wolumla 3 p.m. ; Caudolo 7.30. 11— Bemboka 11 H.c; Tantawauglo. 3; Candelo 7.30. . i 14 'Wednesday — Diagna, 7.45 — Candelo, 11 h.c. ; Wolumla, 3. j Kamerulra, 7.45. ? ? ? Christmas Day. 25— Cannelo, S; Kamernka, 11 ; Bemboka 3: Tantawanglo 7.30. - --N. W. GAliDNER * jSXetliotlist . Olinvclv - DIVINE SERVICES will be conducted as under— DECEMBER. 11 tli— Pambula 11, Wyndliam 3, Candelo 7.45. ISth— Burragate 11.00, Wyndham 3, Cau delo 7.46. . 25th — Candelo 11, Pambula 3,30, Eden 7.30. Rev. F. H. Vv.vlkuen-Bkowk. !P res~b y t:e r ia n . Bega every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. in Candelo every second Sunday in each...

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