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LATEST CABLES. ABOUT THE WARS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

LATEST 'CABLES. ABOUT TIIE WARS., LONDON, Monday. Kruger, in writing to bis ' wife at Pretoria, says tha:' he knew the strogele was hopeless after the defeat at Mtcbaddorp. lie urged the Burghers to surrender, but Steyn over rode his councils. General Carow has rejoined Lord Roberts at Pretoria. Kitchener re The Delagon Buy railway is now open, and (tains aro running to Johannesberg. Rolling stuck equal to 130 trains w*s captured by tho British at Koomati. Twenty Gordon Highlanders were killed by accident while destroying Boer. ammunition. The Grenadier Guards have returned homeward from Koomati, and will shortly be followed by the Ooidstreams. Thirty-four Militia Battalions in England arc boing disbanded. It is officially announced that. .Lord. Roberts has been appointed Oommand er-in-Cbief of the British Army, vice Lord Wolseley. It is understood thai Lord Kitchener' wil\, assist ' Lord lioberts in the work of , reorganisation. Evory article of value in tlie.Eraper 3r's Summer Pal...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

CLIPPINGS Englinh thieves steal £8,000,000 woith of property yearly. Eyes in rapid and constant mo tion betoken uuxiety or care. More than 100 writers hive written the life of Mr. Gladstone. Nine poople out of every ten can hear better with theit right ear than their left. The Thibetans havo a week of five days, named after iron, wood, water, feathers, and earth. A clock maker of Chalcis, in Greece, had his apprentice arrested on suspicion of stealing watches, and as the youth denied the theft torture was applied to extort a con fession. By means of cord attached fha KanHo an/1 faa¥. n nnlina nnm. inissary draw them together till the l^d's body resemblod a ball, and in this puinful position flogged him un mercifully with i horsewhip. To p-evont screaming he was gagged. .A* the lad still refused to confess, his finger* were first tied close to gether, and nails were then fnrcpil between them. When ut last they untied his hands he snatched a Joadei/ pistol from (ha wall and blew his b...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

POR WOMEN Woman was made from man ; man for woman. This i;i the doctrine of compensation. Given a club, a latchkey, and freedom, a husband will be kind re.ss itself — not otherwise. It is folly to expect linsbnnds to cat home-baked cakes. Dentistry is jrtu in .no miaiii'j-. Sarcasm is like wine — in modera tion, efficacious ; in excess, disastr ous. Bounty may he only skin deep; but men are proverbially surface gazers. !?ilk dresses should not be worn in heavy rain. One swallow does not make a Hummer ; neithor does one spring hat innkc a wardrube. Husbands grudge ten guineas for a hat, but not more than they would grudge ten shillings. There fore always choose the best. Milliners' bills generally require to be explained away ; the lying faculty is therefore not an undesir able one. Tears are woman's strongest weapon, but they are fatal to luo.lern complexions. A woman's husband is part of her belongings : a turn's wife is his world — or nothing. To probe the past often means to blee...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Mr. Davitt and the old Lady. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

Mr. Davitt and the old Lady. At one of the recent dtinotiii nil inns of the United Irish Iji-aitne. at which thn tnetnl er fur S'iith Mayo Hpnke, an incident. ouctmed, »luch tlie 'New Aae' relates at Mr. D.i vitt's expense. An old lady at the rear of the phitfurin, unnhle to see what was going on, asked. 'Who's spenkinj; now ?' 'Mr. Davitt, ' said a hy.-,t tinier, 'hitn thnt was in prison loity year.' 'My God,' exclaitm-d the old lady, 'ft hal did lie r-tnlt- ?™ 'Stale,' waa the indignant reply, 'he tried tn stale his eo'-ntrv from the ? Saxou.' A little Inter Mr. D.ivitl, having ci-osed speaking, retired t-- where the old laily was ?.tanding, and was asked by liei lo puinl out Mr. Davitt. 'I'd like to nee him,' said slip. The lion, tneiuber wickedly pointed to one of his colleagues soind distance away, observing : 'There he i.«, then ; that man yonder, thit's uglier than myself.' 'Ah, sure, sir,'' said the old lady, wishing to be polite, 'that's impos sible.'

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Big Policemen. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

Big Policemen-, TltK IntriiP.sl mnn in tlio Victorian police force, nml probably in the colony, is ConsUbli! Kelly, fonnurly of Buwligo, but now stationed in Melbourne. From the liirjre nnvoint of uniform liu lie hiis (my.s tlie 'Age'-) been referred to na the Blue Mountain. His wei'lit is 22i 101b. Tlie next licnvii-.it nio.i in the police are Sn'iior coiistiible O'Callti^hati, (if Port Mellionine, who weifjIiH 20-it ; mill Conslnble Don, of Presion, we'mlis ISNi (-l I -. While Conntiibli! O'Ciillngh n win wfttch-hou-e keeper he weinlieil nearly 23-it, but sini'e then I'i'iit duty has redueeil his weight. Kelly, despite !ii* iirciit .'iy. ?, is quite lithe and athletic, mid well able to hold his own dt various exercises. It is ft fact often com mented on that for sheer strong' h the best men to be. fiinid in the force nre, as a rule, ol quite ordma y height, and the -ame with regard to build.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! A policeman's whistl ? on Saturday night. That the petitioners for tlio opcniDg o( Kisa's' drain aro known an the ?'Select Committer for DrainH and That tho said committee is tho must live body in Boga. That about a month back, on a dark ar.d chilly night, l«o members of tho dra-n committee could have bosn ici-n wuiet deep in water cleaning out the Cat p atreet -drain ; and That they succeeded in lowering thn water on. the Btrect hy seven inches. That it is time the snake-liar made hiB voice hoard. That several Dnn perch havo been made at ''The Junction' lately. That Constable 1-awrecce is off for u Ihree-weekB'.holiday to day. That Wyndhatn is coming into notoriety again. That the local Po6tnl authorities re port a large incrense in the number of lettem posted since the penny system came into operation ; and That young uien now find it cheaper to address iheir. ''ady-lovea' through tho post than to wear out shoe leather walking to their homes. That there ia a pros...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF OCTOBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF OCTOBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND | »T. Jonw'ncuuncn nroi Every Sunday, momlng at 11, and evening at 7 JO Sunday, lJth—WaltAgobt, it Sunday, 3l*t— Tnnja, 3' Suuday, SJth— Brogo. Mr Curtis', 3 Thursday, 8 pjn, Choh practice F. HEYAN, B.A.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

IOST, at the ODDFELLOWS' BALL, _J a GOLD HA it BROOCH, with in. scription. Finder plea*- return to ??STAR' OFFICE. *^T AN T K D j WANTED, by a Competent Dairyman with n family of 5 milker*. A LARGE ' DAIRY TO WORK, either on shares or wages. For particular-* «pj»ly a t j 11 ST All' OFFICE. -p'ov-M*iiiin*ut ; Postul and Eloetrie Telegraph Dept., 1 General l'uft rfliee. j Sydney, »Olh September, 1000. I rviENDKRS nr'u invited for tli** perform- ' 1. nnre, from tlio l*tMntiuary next, of a largo number of *Mnil S srvice.-* throughout the Colony, ai d will bo received nt tho - (iuncrul Tost uf- to 'iwii on Monday, I tho 15th OctoWr.uext Tenders must ho i addrcjwcl totho Deputy Postmuhter-Gcnerel, and endorsed 'Tender for Conveyance of Mails.' For full .particulars see 'Govern- ment Gazette,' tt ,£le of which is kept ut every Post Ollicc in tho Colony. 7a — 18. W. P. CRICK. gALV A.TION ARMY Great Welcome Meetings » — TO — | LIEUT-COLONEL HOSKIN COLONY LEADER, At Tiik.Lyo.iox Hall, Beoi, S...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

pahisii or kamkhcea Sunday, 7th— KamerJka IUH.C.1 WolumU, (St Luke's,} 8 South Wolutnl.i 7 «?«»'*, Sutulav, Mtb— Bcmboka, II. ilogllla, 2.80, Tan tawanglo, 7 Thursday. Iflth-Wolnmla (Mr Iliinlon'j). 11. ^Sunday, 21st-WolumJ», SL Luke's, 11., Candelo, Thursday, 35th— Niagara, n. Sumfoy, SSth—Bcmboka, 11, Mogllla, 2^0, Tanta trangln 7 J.A. NEWTII. M.A., Roctor

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

FOR THE SEASON 1900, ? ? ? ? . ,: ? ? A. J. DIS'HER & CO. HATE NOW OPENED THEIR FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE GOODS FOB TECIS SEA.S03ST, SI'] ''CI ALLY SELECTED BY Mil DISUEIt, — ISO — BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH ! SPOT CASH ! OALXi and. XKTSFEIOT BEFORE makiiii; Your Purchases ELSEWHERE. - CASH PRICES! , And the ONE PRICE to Everyone — AT TI1E — Mi f IM CASH. STORK, . ... . ZBEG-.A. 1 * ? \ PflLINQ'5 F1/1NQ5 j 7 are far above the many & 7 common place Instruments a 5 on the market, and MUCH 4 7 CHEAPER. 4 V Catalogues FREE. i W Sole Agents for Y V . STEINWAY 2 y Ah BRINSMEAD 2 Jj U°0 FEURICH I 7 ^ LIPP & SOHN X 7 GORS & KALLMANN k 7 UEBEL - ECKE j) t VICTOR ♦ '/IV J C BELLING & *V ? £ ESTEY ORGANS. 9 C EVERY.. KNOWN 3 ? MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 1 2 STOCKED ? 4 A Strings and Fittings, 5 W.H. PALING &C0., 2 V LiniTED, V J 338 GEORGE STREET, 2 I * SYDNEYi u J

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

CATHOLIC Sunday, 7th-»Caadelo, 0. Brga, 11 SO 3unday, 14th— Boga, fl. Candelo. 11.80 Sunday, 31st— Bcmboka, 11 Sunday, 28th— Candelo, 9. Btga, 11.80

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FEDERATION. BRILLIANT ADDRESS BY MR. McMILLAN. (Continued from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

federation' HRIU.IANT ADDRESS BY MB. McMillan. ' {Continued froiii last ittue.) Thk two groat Houses aro, to all intents and purposes, co-ordinato oxcopt on mat tors of finance. Tho rovonao will boio tho hands of (be tronsurnr, who will briog id bis bndgot, and tho nouso will dooido how it is to bo ti*nd. Il will not bo for parposos of fresh taxation (which will aomo unuor tho hooding of Appropriation hills), but to coyor tho services of tbo country, which will, in all roasounbloooss, bo allowed by tho Sonato, as a deadlock would only tend to paralyso induetrios. To como to tho question of taxation, thoy cannot tax this and that, as oach Taxation Bill must bo an individual Parliamentary item. Thon tho princtplo upon which tboy aro amondod is a rodicalous idoa, for instead of amonding straight out, it is sent up to tho Sonato and then sent down again for approval, and if tboy agree, thojr agroo and if they don't, tboy don't ; bo that tho wholo thif g if a subta'fogo. Tho South Austra...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

PRESBYTERIAN. Bega, every Sunday at U and 7.30 Candelo, the First Sunday of oach month at 8 WoJumla, tho Second 8onday of each Jfonth at 8 Kamcruka, tho 8rd Sunday in each month at 8 Brogo, tho Fourth Sunday of each Mouth at 3 Choir Praotleo at 8 p.ra, every Friday. M.KIKK1-ATRICK,B.A,

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

?JJIOR SALE AT GAZETTE DEPOT Leisure Hour, back numbers, bound. Sunday at Home, baok numbers, bound* at Seduced Prioen. . School, Law, and Commcrci il Statiouory Books, Music. Sewing Mncliino Needles and Parts. FLOWER SEEDS. — Violet, Salpijflosais, Verbena, Aster, Desoit Pea. Carnation, Pansy, Naaturtium, Plox, Miynonetto, Swoot Pea, Stook (Broinpton and Ten week), Bal sam. Marguerite, Convolvulus, Korgotme not, Cornflower, Godetin, Candy tuft (crimson) Fronch Marigold, eto. And a Full Assortment of VEGETABLE SEEDS.

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

WK8LKYAN. First Sunday In each month, Betfa 11, lay sorvlco Boga 7J30 Moringlo (Mr S. Johnstono'i) 8ocoud Sunday, Bcga, li (Communion), and 7&0 young peoplo'a sorvlco). B ogo, 3 Third Sunday, Beg* 11 and 7.S0. Wolarala, 8 Fourth Sunday, Bega, 11 and 7.80. Candelo, 8 Fifth Sunday (whob occurring), Bega, 11 and 7.80 Wolumla, 8 Weii Evkhiko Mbitikob and Sx&vicks ? ocrouRB Wednesday, 3rd— Candelo, 1JSO Thursday, 4th— Tanja, 7.80 Friday, 6th— Bcmboka, TJJ0 Prayer Meettog Wednesday, 7JjQ holr practice, Friday, 7,80 JOHN SCHARKIE.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

GENERAL NEWS Wheat has deolined 'fid per quarter in the London market. Tbe Boer executive haa paid the passages of 400 Boer mercenaries to Europe, in addition to giving them £10 each for their services. A proclamation was issued on Tuesday calling upon the Breelong blacks to surrender before October 16. or else tboy would be outlawed. Ethel Governor aud Jacky Porter have been released, the Attorney General declining to prosecute on a charge of murder. ' f. ' Jacky Underwood haB boen senten ced to death for the murder of Percy Mawbey. ? :f Owing to a flaw in the Licensing Aot, an unlicensed dealer has been selling grog by the -bottle at auotion at Scone. Over 70 members .of Parliament have accepted invitations to visit Yaee next Saturday, to inspect the proposed Federnl City site. Pigs evoked brisk competition at tbe City Yards on Tuesday, and tho recent high prices wero fully main tained. An expert witness before tbe Racing Committee of Inquiry attributed the deoadence in country ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

I *' ? ? ». imisl'hiimon : 1 0 S . I* K It A N S II M . Siuglu Copy, ;M. » 'On ty

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

ItugiiiCHH III rectory JOHN COLLIN, ARTISTIC TAILOR, Oluircli-Ktrect, IIi-kii, ADJOINING TUB HANK HOTKL. Material and Workmanship OUAUANTKkD. PROM IT ATTKNTION t.i OltPKRS. 13' Call and Inspect Patterns. ' WHYMAN & BROOKS, COAOII S BUUCY BUILDERS, ilrc., &c., Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VK1UCLKS Mudo or Repaired on tlio Shortcut Notice. tST OUR l'SICKS (ire tionnliitent with HON'KST WORKMANSHIP. rjnUE OK A MM Alt SCHOOL, BEGA. — Masteh — REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of ChrintV Hospital and the Univor»ity of London (First Oiv. Certificate), and cer certificated by ilia University of Molbourne, ^Late 8enior Assistant Master at Eton (Q). TfiRMS and all information may bo ob. tamed on application. ©T Evening Claimed, Shorthand CIunmw, and Private Tuition for tlie Universities. OCCIDENTAL H0T£U Corner of Carp and Auckland Streets, - II E G A. — MOST COMMODIOUS IIOUSK in TOWN. Cbae to Central Salo Yurds. MK«T BRANDS of WINES, SrilUTS, and BK...

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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

EVENTS TO COME. Bog* School of Aria Debating Club meets every altornato Friday Ladles' Lodgo of tJio G.U.O.O.®'. uicoW Thursday fortnightly ' Loyal Princo Alfred Lodge, M.U., moots on Mou day, vonlng Star' Lodge, I.O.O.P., moots on Monday Masonic Lodge, Boga meet* oo Second Tuesday in oacli month, B«g* Ai,P. »nd ll.Socloty's Cominlttco moots first Tuesday of the rooatu. 'first Tuesday in oach uontli, Couuoil 'Good Templars meet ovory Tuesday Commons TrusUea moctlaat Tuesday In oach month xfoaplUI Oommlttco meets Socond Wednesday in otoh month Boga Bonorilont Society meets sooond Tuosday in each month ? ? School of Arta Committee meets First Thursday lu each month [information invlUdfrom Seentarial

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 October 1900

FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTKAD8 & BEDDING. a. HALL AND CO. DKAWINO-HOOM SUITE, em-crcd in Itich Tapestry anil Siltc i'lush Hordcrs — Couch, two Armohairs, anil four Small Carved Chairs. f- Guineas. A. HALL AND CO. BKUTlOoM SUITK, Walnut Colour — Wardrobe, drew* compartment, enclosed by plate-gla»s door ; Duchesse iJros-lni: Tahlo t» iHirrojmnd, Marhletcp Wash stund, '2 Clmir?s and Towel Kail £0 15s. A. HALL AND CO. j DININO-ROOM 8DITE, Very Strongr6 P»tddcd-bnck Chairs, Pair Ka*y Chairs, und Couch, all Spriug-xeatod. £0 10s. A. HALL AND CO. FULL-SIZE HALF-TKSTKK BEDSTEAD Krtcndod Footrail and brass mounted; Dost Mattress, Bolster, and 2 Pillows, Triple Wire Mattress. £4 16b oomplcte. A. HALL AMD CO.s^ The Universal House Fui'nishers, 561, 563, 565, and 567 Goorge-st., Brickfleld Hill. Sydney. GOODS STOKED PUKE UNTIL REQUIRED. Country Ordoi'H packed free. Catalogues nt OfHeo of This Paper. F. A. ORMISTON, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, OABP-STBBBT, BEGA., («r iv I'M it i. v os'I'ositi...

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