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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

Tuesday, October 9,' wss the annivers ary of tbe deelaration oi war by the Boer* against EngHnd. The boy Harry Crookett, in his leotare at the Boy*' Brigade on Tuesday night, exhibited a wonderfnl memory, aoouraov of observation, and a (opd ot dry humor. He kept his youthful aiidienoe entraneed for ao hoar aad a half,' while b* detailed hi. adventures a* a stowaway.— ' Evening News.' The Queensland biaektraokers have, owing to tbe bush firee, lost the trsoks of the Breelong blaoks. It is bslisved they are making towards Ellenborougb, on the Hastings Biver, where the country is very rough.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A British Hero LOSS OF THE BIRKENHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

A British Hero r/i.SS OK TH tiT B! I'K KN H KA l-. Tllli nrticl'', 'Mow Public S -hools Honor tlii'ir Di'iid,' uppearing in tin' July Winds' r . Ma»iizini'. ''ill ? |'| ' ji1 to every Bntmi 't 'he prusi'iit inoiupnt. I't; linps the most interesting of all the ni'-tnor ?it's iru-tralrd is tile tablet eree'ed in Gletinliiionil Schii'il tn th» min ory of Alexander Cniiiino Biwcll. 'For, till Time *sh dl be no more, there can bo no grainier ileed, in every sense, dono liy ninitnl s'bl'er — let alone ? hy a Imy just out if school, a mere lad ? f 17. who yet whs mi ' fliei r in tllu 74th H'ffh iiiiid-rs, now. tho 'Highland Ijiglit, Infniiry.' Everybody knows the story of 'Tim lo-*s of* tlio Birken heail' — li'W the tronp.'-liip struck upon a roek; how tlm soldiers were foru.ml iu ranks to die, whilst the uoincii mid children were beinj! -iive l; how the whole force, officers nnd mi* it, stood nt the Hilute, ?vhilst — Still innli hy Inch tho dooininl fliip sank low, Ye t imdcr ateadfatt me...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

PBE8BYTERIAN. Bega, every Sunday at 11 and 7 JO Oandolo, tho Flrvt 8imday ol each month at 8 Wolnmla, the Second 8anday of each Month at 8 Kamcruka, the 8rd Sunday in each month at 8 Brogo, tbe Fourth Sunday of oach Month at 8 Choir Practice at 8 pari* every Friday. .. M.KIRKPATRICK.B.A,

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. John Sleigh waa found guilty, at Goulburn y oterday, of the murder of Francis Ourmn, near Bombala, and waa sentecoed to death. Io the Assembly, the Premier gave notice of his intention to introduce a Bill to prevent members of the Com monwealth Parliament aittior in the looitl P«vliamAnf TT___r ,.,.1 o «a r. * nouse sac ill! 3.30 tbis morning, and got through the estimates of tbe Exeooti^e aod Legislative items, also the Colonial Secretary', Department, and partly through the Treasury, without mater* ial alteration. The Premier has not yet deoided how tbe Federal Capital report ebould be brought before Parliament. Twenty-five members of Parliament will bo jnolnded in the Governor General's reception committee. The Breelong blaoks are reported to be making for Nulla Nr.,na About 150 poltoe are hunting the aboriginal*.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

A matron, who looks 10 ycais younger than she is (writes 'St. Leonards,') asked a fr.end in town (she herself lives in im up-ciuntry township) (o send her a good novel. The frend responded with 'A Wo man of Foity,' and, as evil stars would have it, the book arrived on the evening that tho fortyyear old lady was celehrating her 'thirty - first' birthdayl The sender did not know or care about the brithday — its fact (.r its fiction — and she is still wondering why the young-old mutron sent her a week later a litt.le book entitled 'How to bo Pretty though Pain,' with inscribed in the fly. lent] 'One good turc deserves another.' Now, who says we aren't ready for tho franchise? Tbe boat mndicinn known i» SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI J3XTBACT. Teat its eminent poworlul eflocts in ootigba, colds, influenza, tbo rolief ia ioetantafieouft. In aerioua caeos, and accideuta of nil kiuda. bo they woundB, barDF. BCttldiiigB, bruicea, epraina, it i8 tbe aafoat romody — no awolliup — uo inflamm...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

WE8LETAN. . .FtratBooday ln-«eb«idath. Bega ll, lay aerrlce Bemboka, 11. Mortnglo '(Xv Si Johmione'a) SJO. Bega, TJO _ Second Sunday, Boga,.l^(pcmimttnion), and 7^0 young people's sorrico}! B ogo, 8 Third Sunday, Bcga, 11 and 7.90. Woluala, 8 Fourth Sunday, Bcga, 11 And 7.80. Candelo, 8 Fifth Sunday (wbon oocurfipg^ Boga, 11 and TJX) Wolumla, 8 Win Etxmino Mxbtxnos ako 8xaTicas Prayer Mooting Wednesday, TJO holr practice, Friday, 7 JO . JOHN SCHARKTE.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

Yesterday wo ? rooei.od tho long. I.romieod pamphlet, imiued by the Bombala Kailway and Fedo al Capital league, advocating Uio claims of Southern Monaro as a site for the Federal Capital of Australia. The pamphlet — which is an excel lorn sample of tho printer's art, and which contains many admirable viuws of BuuibaU and contiguous l3rritory, in cluding Twofold Bay and tho Snowy luver — is paiticuWry intorenting at tho | resent juncture, coming, as it does, immediately after the reception of Commissioner Oliver's unqualified pionunoiation in favor of SoutliHru Monaro as the most suitablo site fur Auxtralia's lodpral city. When it be came palpable that the federation of the colouies was .-not tbe idle dream that many pesiimistio spirits- would liave us belie ro, it at odcs became ap |iarent that the ultimate destination of l be Federal Capital would bccome a live question— a que»tion that would be fraught with many cooflijtiug difficulties, as tbe settlement of a question involving s...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Brush with the Boers. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

A Brush with the Boers. Tim following is a short extnicl from a li'tter ri-ceiv d hvin Trooper J. C. Harrison liy ft is mother at Delegate, and which is date I fni n Alsfeking : 'Sine' I l ist wiote I linve had a 'lirnsh' with the liners, and hive succeeded in 'potting' two np Mii-i'm Mtitl ui.v. -f.il lwif^nu ! Aftor ii htisk em-minter with tlio Boors on one occasion -mr whole column waa order'!'! to retiru in the direct iuii of Mnfekiug. Hi.v of us wore al this time secreted in the long grus», and did nut hear the order to retire, which was done under heavy lire. After lying there foi smne time we lookei/ tip to ascertain the piMiion of our l._i. ? _„l. ' r . . . . .. unitary, wnen »ve jnunu ' Hut it li'id Jisuppenred, anil we Were 'on Otir own'. Presently we observed aliout forty Boer* enuring to the flat where we were hiililcn, and we concluded that our time Innl cmne. We COtitiniiuil to lie low innl vatch the Boers' ma Yemenis, who think ing that the whole of our buttery had re...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARNY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

SALVATION ARMY, BEGA Sunday, 14th— Colonol HosUn and Staff Capt ] Jago. Wolcomo. Knoe 'Drill, T ajn. Holiness Meeting, 11 -mt. Froo and Basy, 8 p m. Salvation, i 7.80. O W. HOWELL, Ensign. |

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING. A. IIALL AND CO. DRAWING-UOOM 8UITE, covered in Itioh Tapowtry and Sllic Plush Bordors —Couch, two Armohairs, and four Small Curvod Chairs. 6 Guiuoaw. A. HALL AND CO. BKDROOM SUITE, Walnut Colour — Wardrubo, dross conupartmeut, enclosed br plste-glm^s door ; Duchesso l)ri:s»in-c liiblo to correspond,' Marblctru Wash- j stand, 2 Chairs, and Towel Rail £6 16s. A. HALL AND CO. DINING-ROOM SUITK, Vrry 8trong-G Padded-back Chuirn, Pair Ka*y Chtura, and Couch, all Spriug-^atcd. £0 10s. A. HALL AND CO. FULL-SIZE HALF-msTKR IlKPSTEAD ; Kjrtouded Footrail aud bras* nwuntod ; , Boat Mattress, Bolster, and 2 Pillows, i Triple Wiro Mattros*. | £4 15s comi'U'to. A. HALL AND CO.s^ The Universal House Furnishers, 561, 563, 565, and 567 George-st., Brickfield Hill, Sydney. GOODS STOKKD FKMS UNTIL J1EQUIRED. Country Orders pnclcod fruo. Catalogues at Officc of This Taper. F. A. ORMISTON, FHAMACIillTlClL CHEMIST, CARP-STREET, BEG A, (q- jvic v i:i-y or...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

IIUNincMft lliritntory JOHN COLLIM, ARTISTIC TAILOR, ADJOINING TIIK HANK ilOTICL. Material and Workmanship GlTAItANTKKO. PROMPT ATTBNTIOX to OltPKKS. ts' Call and Inspect Patterns. ' WHYMAfi & BROOKS, COA.CII& BUGGY BUILDERS, ' il'C., &c., Standard Goaoh Factory, auckland-stiieet, beg a. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VKH1CLK-? Made or Repaired on tlie Shortest Nutiuo. IS- OUR I'RICIiS arc coi'»isl-5Tit willi IIOSKST WORKMANSHIP. rPHE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BEG A. REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Christ's Hospital and the University of London (First Div. Certificate). and cer certificated by the University uf Mclbonrno, J; Late Senior ^Haistnnt Mwtor at Eton (Q). TSRMS and all information may be ob. tamed on application. $3' Evening Classes, Shorthand Classed, and Private Tuition for tho Universities. occidental hotel, Corner of Carp and Auckland Streets, - n k o a. — MOST COMMODIOUS illlUSB in TOWN. CI t** CVntr.il Sale Yard'. i:K-r HltASD-S uf WINKS, Sl'lllir.S, mid HEKISS. tfif' 1*...

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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF OCTOBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTUOF OCTOUKB. ClIUROU %OF KNOLANU Bvery 8and*y, nurniin^-at 11, ao-1 orontog st 7^0 Saoday, 14th— WatUgoot, S Saoday, 91st — TsdJs, 8 Sncday, *j8tb— Brogo. Mr Corli*', 8 Tbarsdty, 6 Oholi practico F. BEVAK, BJ^.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 October 1900

SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. Clarke and Co. report. oo Octobor 8: — Batter— Creamery to 9dt factory 7d to 8fld, dairy 6d to 7d ; choose — loaf 4J-1 to 5d— fair demand, large. 4£d to 5d, tirm ; bscmi — couutry oared. 4d to 5d ; lard —bulk 3d ; egg* 6d to 7d ; bonny l£d to 2Jd — good dematid ; . uadize 3-'— f^irW firm; pigs— baoonera 3-ls to 52s. poikors 22* to 3(U — both' firm; turkeys 4s to 12*, geeso 4s to 5s, ducks , and fowls 3s to 4s 6d— all descriptions io good demaod.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 17 October 1900

*35,ooo i oxm. c3-j=tA:rxrJ=- i es.ooo , QI^NITHOLOSICVA.L CONM-EST. , - OOMKTIltNi, entirely now and interest!,,* ,1U,1 what you are t. do. You ni^f ii r'r ,VT *'-*'? Our'corilcst is to see -vh-- can make tile laigcJt list 'f n.ine.^ (or kinds) of Mid. fiom tho following li»t of letter*: , ? V IJ WDOOOCCKQULIAPRTARIDG E S P N I E L V E B R D I M W A D O H T L We will recognise as a ninl nnrthing belonging to fie fcathrrol tribe, wliotlier it bo a Hen, Crow, Singtr or any other kind. You can uw any lrtter ns ninny times to rnnko a nnme as it appears in tho lint of lotion nbovo ; foi iii«t-ini:!-, W(.o.lco.!k, Vlnvi-r. Snow Uin), oto. ro nuy p»rno. s who am n,,,ku a list of M or moro different names of birds, wo will give absolutely KIIKK a beautiful prize valui- £200 ..r lew BIG PRICES AWARDED DAILY. When you havo mndo nut vour list (111 out tho lino on tho Uuttimi of tliis adv. and soi.d to us with stsmptd, addrcswd cnvelnnr, thwi if you are awarded u !-'»-? von can if you drsire g...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 17 October 1900

A. H. Baumdero. from Sydney, visits lue Gega District regularly overy tbroo months with a grend selection ol newett jeweliy.* TO DARKEN GRRY HAIR. Lockteb's Snxpinra Hub Rehtohbb is the quickest, best, safest, and cheapest. Look ier'4 keeps off ravages of time, causes Hai to nriuw. Cheap Large Bottloa. THROAT AJTKCTIOH AND HoiB.-KKMS— All aufforing from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will bo agreeably surprised atthu almost immediato relief afforded by rho u.a of 'lirown'a Bronchial Troohes.''' Tntiso fnmona ' lozenges ' are now «oln Dy almost all respectable chemists in this country at Is, I4d. wjr box. People troubled with a ' haokinR cough,'' alight cold,' or bronchial affaotion cannot try thoni too soon as similar troubles, if al lowed to progress result in serious Pul monary and Asthmatic affections. Sen that tho words 'Brown'a Bronohial Troches' are on the GovcrumentStaniparoundeach box, Prepaied by Jor« I. Uttows i Sons, Boston, U.b. European depot, 33 F'''''ngd(-'- ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Remarkable Gold Discovery. REMINISCENCE OF THE EARLY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 17 October 1900

A Remarkable Gold Discovery REMINISCENCE OF THK EARLY DAYS, Thk pulling down of somo old premises situu'ed at 91 Collins-si., has resulted in a diicoveiy that recalls the early mining history of Victoria: The premises were built upon the site of the old Port Philip Smelting Works, where many years ago the digger* used to bring large quantities of gold to l-e sm-lted dnwu. The site is very well kno-vn. Fi.r years past the place has In en used as a lodging house. It is sit- | tutted on the south side of Cuhin.s street, iietween R».sjell-s nei nnd Collins-Dlace.' the frontace tn thi; fnotjath being occupied by a large advertisement ho irding. When the rush was over, the smelting house and one or two other similar woilcs in Melbourne were not required, and eventually they were allowed t- fall into ruin, and houses were built aim tat on top of them. Tne contractor for the pulling down of the Collins-street premises, Mr. W. Dunstan, was some years e»o en gaged in demolishing an old house ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 17 October 1900

The Wolf and the Balloon ?'Tnn sloop of the labouring mini in i.«e-t, whether ho out littlo or much,' xdvn ihe proverb. It depondx upon tho oonlilioii nf bis digestion, and tho oharactor of hi» l»» '«'»- for tbe Any. Observation sliow.s that certain forms ol dyspepsia aro uvon mure iiiinmiin among labouring men, moaning iho-o wliiwe work is chiefly of tho hands and largely out of doors, th-.ii among tho classes who take ntu more easily. 'Wl.otl'or I ate littlo or much I felt blown out like a balloon, and oxioediiiKlr uncom fortable,' aaya Mr. W. H. JohiiVn. This gentleman is a stationer, doing buMnesn at ?Ih J, Aborcombio ftrcot, Bodfero, Sydney, K.S.W. His ailment was just what he cull' it -' his stiurnent of November Idtli, ISM— incipient indigestion. And, ton, tho fuct is worth noting that ho wan blown ou with tho same »ubstanco whioh »wolls » balloon — gas : manufactured by a slightly ditlerent process. Taken into the stomach, food mutt cither digest aud pau on ita way, or ferme...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How It Feels To Be Wounded. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 17 October 1900

How It Peels l'o Be Wounded. Itm one of the most curious feAiures of modern warfare that it i* quite possible for ii man to be mortally wouinlci) l-y n bullet without even knowing that he has bocn struck, nriil Hi'nn wlion f.1l(- bltiw iM ftilt the iniineilialo .icn^atian is oftun flight ami ulinn.it pninlcss. One soldier who was struck in tliu shoulder by a Mauser bullet thus describes his feelings : — 'I had just come to tho ready nft«r we had fi cd u volloy, when I felt a numb sensation creeping from my shmililex Uiroiigh my lef i arm. My grasp relaxed, ninl the riQe fell from my hands. I bi-g-in to feel qilitestupiil,and there wns n strange singiiiK in my ours. 1 turned tr fie serneiint-umjor and c&spe'l, '1 think I've been hit.' There wns no pain ; I cannot recollect having Celt n shock ; there -Ansoii'yn feel ing r.t purnlysis in the left side uri'l arm.' Fever und pain came later, but the wo.ind was completely healed within ten duyB, although the bullet had passed com...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 17 October 1900

SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. TboCoastalFarmera'Company tapor' on Oct. 13:— Buttor— Oboicest told well at tbo reduced value ot 9d. To days' cable from Loudoo reads as follows: — Tho batter market is brisk, Danish isquotec at from 1 12l to 1 Ha per ewt.. or 5s higher on the week. Australian is attracting a good trado at from 106a to 108a, which is Bomu oj crmor. xna arrival oy the 'Australia' is in good condition. Thin thoroughly eudoraea the views expressed in all our previous market reports. Bacon — Steady ealos. IJard — Brink onquiry for beat. Cheese— Supplies increasing. Eggs — Doapito heavy arrivals salon aro good at quotations. Poultry — Still scarco, con sigumeuts of good tablo sorts selling welL Qouey — Iq strong domand.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AS YOU LIKE IT! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 17 October 1900

AS YOU LIK?. IT! ^Ur Naiukoa Jack.] -'1i» -n.-' of tmicli in iIuIIomi nn iliu .i-iul.. Ii ?» ki'WH'Ht on tho 'ticket. * * * Tim woman who mairiVH i- polici1 rjsn lor inonry only uuih n cn|.|i»r. Blotted is the mmi Hull nitn-ili nn a rcd-liot pi id iron, for li«.- eliiil ri»n aiiiiu. Such i» fmie I Al » f»n;y dr.-B- Ml «t Bodilla la-t week iwo n! the uliiir nclurH represented J mmy an I Jnc Governor. The turigi'st ho'ly ol wnlcr in tho world with no outlet in ih ocutiis the Ca«pi»n Son. it bo'ng 1«0,0!)0 K)Hdru miles. They biivn no diains there. * * i There uro in Kih-i|ir Nevniily-niiB I nmrrisgeablo iirinci-meit anil nnly duty one uiarri gpalilp prhici'H. Bn-l for the dour girls, but why I hi- Jimniv(iov tirnor don't they comf to Autiiralii 1 Statistics of the ouiuhhI )iO).u' .linn of the United gluten who*1 tint only six pir com. ol the uiiuiinnN atv women. It is iIip ennui ciorvwln-rp, poor min |n-ff«iring gaol to th ? tyr iinny 01 vrotnun Almost nil ilemiMis li.v- tr ib'i- wiili...

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