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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 October 1900

WB8LBrAK. First Sunday In raoh month, Bciia II, lay acrviro llmnboka, 11. Mutlnglo (Mr S. JohmtonuM) ISO. Il-Va, 70K) Second Sunday, Bctfa, It (Commuuion), and 7.30 youtiR people's serTloo).1 B ogo, 11 Third Sunday, 11or», II and 7.30. Wolumla, 3 FourUi Sumlav, lloRa,.ll and 7.80. Candelo, 3 Filth Sunday (wliou ocourrlng), Betfa, II and 7 JO Wolurala, 3 l'rayur M«-llii(; W--dnfsday, 7.30 holrnracUce, Friday, 7.S0 JOHN BCHAHKIE.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Household Items. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 October 1900

Household Items Bugs in bedsteads will disappear if washed with ohlorido of limo and water. Clean the hearths wi'h whit ing mixed wi:h mill:. To keen the hair frnm fnllincr out mix 1 z. trotter oil, loz. spirits of turpentine, aud thirty drops of acetic solution of oantbarides. Ap ply tliroo times a week. Tired feet oan bo roliovod by bathing at night in a solution of permanganate of potash and water. For the complexion oat plenty of frceh vegetables and salad, aud avoid much tea. The best blaoking for boots is orange juioo. Take a slice or quar tor of au orange and rub it on tho shoe or boot ; then, when dry, brush with a soft brush till tho shoo shines liko a looking glaea. To drivo away ants, scrub tho sholvps or drawers that they frn qucnt with strong Oiirbolic soap, after whioh sprinkle red peppor in overy orevico. To make boots waterproof, satur ate them with oaBtot oil. If your olothing oatches firo, do not lose pi-esenoo of mind ; don't rush madly ont of the room, or in any ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOLUMLA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 October 1900

WOLUMLA. (From our Cokkesfondent.) A veky successful social under tho aus picos of tbo local Cricket Club, was held iu tbe School of Arts an Saturday even ing. Ovor 30 couples attended, and Mr. ' W. Abbott made an efficiont M.O. Tbo ; music was supplied by Messrs. T. Fbeeooy | (violin) and J. Scooter (piano} arid was | all that csuld bo desired. Extras were j contriouioa oy oiibs d. rowior. ai iu du. Mr. P. Moffitt, tho patron to tho club, in a humorous null appropriate speoch, pre sented tho trophios won during tho past season, oach recipiont suitably acknow ledging. A voto of thanks, carried by acclamation, was accorded Mr. Moffitt for tbo generosity extonded by bin) to tho club during tho puBt year, fho cricket pitch used last year hits again bean secured, and is being put in (borough order. Practice has bocn ontered into witb that spirit which ovory trueoiicketor appreciates, and judging by tbe manner in which tho majority of the members acquit tbomsolvos both at tho wicket and ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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The Lawyer and the Thief. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 October 1900

The Lawyer and the Thief. The New York papets tell ii capital story connected with n prominent lawyer wlvi has disiinyin.slieil him .self in the defence of criminals, having fieqii«nt.ly, through lii-skil1, aided the most hardened criinin -U to edca.ie fruiii justice. Smnc time niTQ, while our friirnd was attonding uourt in an adjoining county, he whs applied to by a singular .speci men i'f liiiinniiily, charged with l;riiml lureeiiy, to d--fend him. The lawyer very naturally iuquiii-d what crime lie was acc-ised of. The accused replied that souicbody had (jucii tui'iin enough to charge him with MtoHliun 150 dollars in bank notes, mid ii:nl got him indictnl. 'Are yon guilty ?' asked the lawj-er. 'That's none of your huaiueas,' riiidii'il t!:o accused. 'They say (hit makes no dilfurcnce with you; whfther « niiin is guilty or not, you will amtrivo to dig him out in some way. So don't talk any more ai'uub f^uuu iiu j uu uejir vuat inc j ii t y says.' 'Wei1, what abuut the fee 1' said t...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 October 1900

Tub condition of tho colony's finannrs, nn ilixcloned by Sir William Lyi-n'» taidfji't h|idooIi Uat wcok, is very m-\s- factory, and in ndiliiioo l'i nlTordirg tho public a reflex of tho licnlihy atalo of |irniluctioD, trndf, nnd ainiinurci wi'Iiiii our honlors, llio Hlatcn.ont is a triliulo lo tho admiiiisitHtivc qunlities of tho prcBent GoviTiniicnt. Mnny poipl' 'tvte wont lo repnid Sir William Lyric us a weak leader, und twelve iiiuinlm ago not runny wnulil ha»o (lured BHBurt that he vnuld be in |io«or today ; buf Mm Hvceeno «a Pro inii'r of thn colony i* proof ol ihoadago tlint 'noining suscoeds iiki: success. Sir William's reword w«n well do xerved, and not onn nf Ilia old oppon ents — not oven Mr. IWil — sbouM ln'RrudKO him tbo buccckh he has nchiovud. Trno, ho Iid.s lo thank micli cli-viM- Hlrutopists as Mcjbkih. Criok and Wiav for inueh of ihc uHtutcnesa thnl linn chnriictcriKad the actions of the Ministry. And there cm be no doubt tlmt somo of the questions tlmt Sir William...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 October 1900

£5,000 | Our Grand I £5,000 ORNITHOLOGICAL CONTEST. Something entirely now and interesting Rend what yrni aro to do. You war rci .KM cash. Our contnt i* to »ec who can make tho large.it list of name* (or kinds) of birds from the following- list of lettcra: WDOOOCCKQULIAPRTAR I I) O E S P N I K LV gli B D I M W A DOIITL Wo will rccogniflo aa n bird anything belonjriiitf to the /oithere-l tribe, trlieilie-r it bo a Hen, Crow, Singtr or any othi-r kind. You can use any Jotter aa many times to mnko a name at it appears in iho list of lettcin abovo ; foi instance, Woodcock, Plover, Snow |:ini. etc. To any p.«- n whn can ln.iku a li.t of 25 or more different names of birds, wo will (rir- absolutely FKKK a bi'uutiful prize value t'200 nr lens Big Prize3 P warded Daily. Whon you have made out your list fill out tlio line- on the bittum of this mlv. und »-i.d lei us with Htimptd, addres-o.l enVL-lupe. thi'li if you aro nwnrdcd it j'rizo you uan if you (liairo get the prizo bv la.cuini.iir « ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 October 1900

dLIPPINGS Ihe Government expenditures in cmim-ctiiJii with the plautio io June last amounted to £84,000. A total of £700,000 will I o allotted for tho your for expendi ture on country roads and bridg.s. A million acres of land in the I Central Division will bB thrown opi-ii for settlement early next year. It has lieen decided at Cainden to erect a monument in memory of looal volunteerH who fall in South Africa. The Now South Wales South African contingents tot-ill«d 2C42 men, and tho coat to June 30 was £157,000. The Government proposes (o spand £20.000 iu connection with the Comuinnwcalth inauguiation celebrations. There nro 3203 full-blooded aboriginals and 3089 half-c.iats in tins colony, being an increase of onu during the past yeir. a min«r, after being buried fur threo hours by a fall ot, earth in the Hanlon Cinsols minp, Broken Hill, «'iih rescued uninjured. The Boers have derniled n train containing a dciAchmriit ol Colti sh earn Guilds, five of whom weie killed and 19 injur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 October 1900

A. II. IUumbeho. from Sydney, visits tue H'.'Ka Dutrict re^ularlr ever; throe miiitbd with a grrnd sslootion of newoi* iewelrf.* Do not forget you can obtain IMPORTBD Cig»rottcs at 4d. per pa-.ket of 10, and theae are the well-known UAI'STAN limnd, put up by Messrs. W. D. & H. O. WILLS, of Bristol, Groat Brit in A Sl'OTLESS COMPLEXION Solphouxe Lotion clears off all imper fections in a few dnys. Pimplo, BlemishcH, frritating Objectionable Appearances, Rod aeas, R'ughne«fl, tan, Uncomfortable Skir DisBgurcments, entirely fade away, leavir* a beautiful skin Shilling Bottles of Sul pholine. jUTONUMENTS TOMBSTONES, IK MARBLE, ORANITE or KREESTONK THK BKST° VARIETY — AKD — LAKOEST STOCK in AUSTRALIA to select fiom. Ditlf* atut Prlcu nlmUUd Fnt of Coil. ! J. HANSOnTnd CC, I 328 EUZABETH-STRKE' HYCE I'ARK j SIBKE1 I — -_^—_ __— — — ' MAHUrACTUMl WOTAH» Dt CORIIT* PD FRENCH- PP CORSETS Z^iV Standard Y'T Hleh-Class jff) ^^k CORSET r^^ll^a \ Tb*oi: «hrouBh *''''Tm'lJTaj\ \ out t*ie W0...

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The Wolf and the [?]alloon. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 October 1900

The Wolf and the I alloon. ?'Tiik »loop of tlio l.ibi.tirinyr man i» snoot, whether ho out l'rtlo or muoh,' snys the proverb It depends upon tho oi'ndinon of his , digestion, nnd Iho character of his laa meal for tho day. Observation shown thnt certain forms ot dys|ii'prin nro oven moro common UIIIUII}£ ill I til II (Illlf IllUllt ?IIU-imi»p* **a'.~u nnupu work is chiefly of Iho hniids nnd Inrgoly out of doom, thin nmong tho clnnscs who tuku life more oasily ??U'l.otl'cr I nlo littlo -irmurh I felt blown out liko a bnlbuii. uud ex ceding!)' uno.ui. rortiblt-,'myii.Mr. W II. Johnson. This geiitlaman in a ntnlion- r, doing businoiH at ! 2.i 1. Aborcombio .Mrcct, ttodfeni, Sydnoy, n.s!\v. ih» nilment mix just what ho calif it in his Ktitem nt of November lMh, 1899— meipient indiircstion. Am), ton, the tout in worth noting ihut ho whs blown out with tho lump mibstiinoc which nn-ells ii balloon— gan; manufactured by a slightly different procenx. Taken into the stomach, food must i-ilher ...

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Then—and Now. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

Then —and Now, I* IM ('lUiliAX, out- '-'f lilt; pri'til i lii'li I im.'in'.vT-' 'f 'lif Iii*h tarty in the English Mihi'f (if O'llllllldlls,' litis I jiiNl arrived in .Sydney, u here In' i bi i'ng eagerly ititrrviewed le^tinl i'lj? -po'ilicni nutters in thu oW LIIIIIIUV, 11. limy mil. I'Ollt.Tilll^ linom ilint i.tMily 30 yi'iii'M iigii Air Cm rim wns li'i?k-ii,i kfi-piT nt Bnin'mln, wh ch pnst ex (J n-tiiliif Daly uf (itindagiii he'rj smim .v,'iir« Inior. G'urian find a row wit ii his i-upiirinr ollici!''. SfU'oi- - ner.i nut J3y:iii.'( of (Jli'k hn.sjr.- tiding renown, mill ho pulico inspector nt Youn'.', mip I tin! upshot -wis th»t Cnrraii -teiit in his resighntiim. Ho tliL'ii luilt uiiil entered iiitti u hotel ill BmnUilii. He ocrupied it 12 iiiont'.-i, ili-n -uM cut hi n big figure nnd » i-u t in'ii the Oxford Hotel, 8 \ il iii'V. Tim OxtfT'l was ihii priticiptl li'ti'l ill Sydney lit that time, -11111 C'trrnn b'mii'Iv coined miiiiuy in it. [t is suit! ti nt ilti'inti the liw Sy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

FOR 'It SEASON 1900. a. j7disher¥go. HAVE NOW OPENED THEIE FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE GOODS POR THIS SEASON, 03' SPECIALLY SELECTED BY-. MR DI8HEB, — AHD — BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH ! ?. SPOT .CASH ! n a T.T. and XKTSJPHOT BEFORE making Your Pnrcliases ELSEWHERE. GASH PRICES!:; And the ONE BRIOE to Everyone _ AT THE — ii® $m mm mm, ? . . BEG-A 1 ' ' 2 P/1L1NQ'5 PIANOS 7 are far above the many £ 7 common place Instruments * X on the market, and MUCH k X CHEAPER. * V Catalogues FREE. z 6 Sole Agents (or z ¥ . STEINWAY 2 5 rfh BRINSMEAD 2 T Up FEURICH I T ^ LIPP & SOHN A ? GORS & KALLMANN 4 2 UEBEL - ECKE sfi* - £ VICTOR » YlV i I C BELLING & iyX 9 2 ESTEY ORGANS. 9 C EVERY KNOWN 9 2 MUSICAL. INSTRUMENT 9 2 STOCKED 9 2 Strings and Fittings, n $ W.H. PALING & GO., 2 V LiniTED, i 2 338 GEORGE STREET, 2 { SYDNEY i ? 5 AUCKLAND-STREET BAKBRY. A. SHEAD AND CO. DBLXVKU TnEIB CELEBRATED BREAD asunder: — WOLUMLA MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FKIDAY8. KAMERUKA and CANDELO WED...

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Bega Braves in the Fighting Linos. CHARACTERISTIC LETTER FROM "PADDY" BYRNE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

Bega Braves in the Fighting Lines.-1 \ CIIAEACTBRISTIO LETTER FROM 'PADDY' BYRNE. Misa Avkeisa Btbkk, of Bega, lias receivod tho following letter from her brother, Sapper P. J. Byroo, 2nd Field Troop, Mountod Dotacbraent Royal Engineors Tho lotter was written from tho camp at Protoria, and is as follows— ? 'About 14 days ago I reoeived your very wolcomo lotter, dated April 24, also others, making tho sccond lot recoived *inco I camo over horo, nearly four months botwoontho two lots. Wo ought to got our letters in. six wroks at latcvt, but being with a flying column, I suppose they uovcr know where to send thorn to, or whoro wo oould pick them \ip. This lot woro sent to Protoria, from thoro to Heidelberg, to Hcilbron, to Lindloy, to Kroonstad, but could norcr catch up with tho invincible Ian Hamilton. This is tho third timo I havo been in Pretoria. After tho buttlo of Diamond Hills, our column was ordered back to Pretoria, aud sent away down tlio Freo State through Hoidolborg to Botb...

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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

LATEST CABLES., LONDON. Thursday. Germany deelaree tbat the Jlujso German railway arragemeots io China are purely of h military character. _ It is reported that a general rising' in ths southern province* of Ohioa has ooourred. Hong Eong will be ocoapied- till [ The Bengal lancer* have. b*en re called to Hong' Kong owing to threatened trouble, ' : 10,000 Indian troopa have been requisitioned for Obina.' Lord Boberts baa thanked the oolonial soldiers for their devotion and bravery, especially at Elands Eiver. Mr. Plunkett, Vic*- President of the Department of Aericiilture'for Ireland. ha* been defeated by a Nationalist. Sir Campbell Bannertnan baa been ro-eleoted, but his majority was oon eiderably reduced. The state of the parties is : — Conservative*, 298 ? Liberals, 130; Nationalists, 74 Unionist*, 58. Government lone, and gains are now equalised. One hundred and ten resalt* are atill to oome. Sergeant 8. E. Parke*, and Private J. H. Christian, N.S.Wales, were wounded at Rhenoeter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

g A D I B TB I C T 'H O B P I T A I.;- APPL1CATIONS aro inritod for tho do. Hom-tal PEo°,BATI0NARY NURSE at tho' Hospital. Salary at the rato of £10 por Jhe™Sd7 ' !5reo montl18. and ^ thereafter, wi h Board and Lodgings. Applicants will ploase atato their -sos- Mf nnvw',, ap.P1,Pation» with testimonials than nndonjignod not. later Thursday, ist November 'Application ? ? ? ? LEE, Hon. Sno. fJIO STAND TH18 SEASON AT NUMBUCSGA, . And travol the Surrounding Distriot, THEKNOWN°lSnnnItED and IvNOWN BLOOD STALLION MAORI. Terms . . ...... £2 IOs Further prrtioulars in future issuo. ? ? j. BBXTTEK. Proprietor.

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Wesleyan Federal Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

Wesleyan Federal Fair Proceedings in connoction with tho Wi'dloyan Fodernl Fair wore begun by a grand publio toa, hold in tbo ball of tbo School ol Arts, on Tuosday ovening. Tho toa — wbiob was oarried out unier tho supervision of Mr*. A. J. Meson end Mrs. uonu uowiug, ussisioa oy a numorous band of waiters, among whom woro Mos damos Frenoh, McDonald, Ucharkio, Clarke, Whymsn, and Minos Pattinson, Otton and Wbyman— was, if tho groat number— approaching olu*g.,on 200— who sat down can bo taken as a-oriterion, a groat SU3C0SS. All kiuds of edibles, from turkoy down to cboico dishes, wero ob tainable, aid tho fair waitresses woro un remitting in tboir conaideration for tbo wolfare of the feasters. So great was the rush that many relays bad to bo mado. About 8 p.m. the Mayor (Mr. F. Bland) opened tho fair at tho Lyceum Hall, by making an appropriate speeob, which was punctuated with a good deal of humor. Bo read a telegram from Sydnoy announc ing Mr. Oliver's oooolusions anont tho Fedor...

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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

CLIPPINGS. Di'lu't sor any ilitl'eri'iico. — A Quoutitlnnil, Jnstic.„ n p,)0r. Iiinl;iti._' picco of hiiinnnit v Irmii tli'1 linii.kliliick-i £'), t,l)itil-i|| ? lie wmiM lie un'iMt! Id ptiy, nnd'tlm' it wmjlil be a cliHiity to ''-on'l him up.' Ti. I'Veryb'iily'x aurprizo tho man drew 4 roll of note.l frnm l.io nni-.knf. 1 hu Justice Uton proci'tiileil to rudiiiiiitriifcfi with tho prisnnor on his recklns.ine.ss in going iibout tho tlrei'ts ilrunk, with suoli a sum of money on hi- person, enilin^ with llie icliinrk tliot it. .viis a ai'imt wiinili-r ho had iitji bi*eti rubbed. 'The I'o irft a hit ot (lifTerenee enn I -ei1,' replied tho priMiiner, 'bet.wevn hi'ing rnhlied in tho street ntnl beintc rulihinl here.' j Two young pn'tticians ate to be mnrried within the nest f.irtni«hl, niul to thoir intense iis'niii.shineiit thi-y bnvo e»'li received tr-un ari in*ur ince company n priut-l furm h ?iiduil, 'Twin inxurtiiiue proposal.1' This iilnrmiiig diiciiinent asks viiri'ttts questiiin....

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

»lKllHOr KAMEEDCA Bandar, Hth— Bemboka, 11. MogUIa,'S.80, Ton tawanglo.7 Tborndajr, lgth— WolUDJatMrnanloo's), 11. 8tuday, ilat— WolnmU,SLLoko'i,U^ Oaodelo, TJO Thuradajr, 25th— Niagara. 11. SondAjr, 25th— Bcmbofca, II, Mogllla, 2J0, Tanta WASglo 7 J. A. NEWTH, M.A., Rector

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

Cfje ^outfwn ^tac» PUDLinZXD AT OKOA Otf WEDNESDAY AND SATTJKDAY. 'Bb jurt, nnd foar n Jt ; let all tho onds thou nim'st at bo thy country's, thy Qod's, and truth's.' SATUEDAY, OOTOBEK 13, 1000

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

VITADATIO, TIIK GREAT HERBAL RKMKDY. j Hydatids again Conquered. TWELVE YEARS A SUFFERER. ' Another Wonderful Cnre. HEAD WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY A.iOUT VITaDATIO. 67 Dorcas-at., South Melbourne, May 10, 1899. . JTr. S. A. pALXEJi, Agent for ViUdatio. Doar Sir,— I have raucli pleasure in giving my testimony of what Vitadatio has done for me I wad taken ill two years njfo last I November with jaundice. I waa then living at Kenuiogton, and the doctor who was attending me discovered that I was Buffer ing trora Hydatids. He brought mo through that illness, but after twelvo months I waa again taken bad, suffering terrible agony at times and a large lump formod in my stomach, which the doctor *aid was hydatids again, and that I would have to undergo an operation ; but while arrangements wero being made 1 heard of your wonderful medicine. After taking one bottle, which umdo mo very ill, 1 threw up three (3) gall stones, I then continued tho mediciuft and passod 14 moro. While taking th« mediciu...

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

CATHOLIC 3anday, 14th— Beffo, 9. Caodelo, 11.80 8tuidayt Slat— Bemboka, 11 Sooday, 3Bth — Candelo, 9. Bcga, 11 J90

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