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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 20 October 1900

IOST in town. ..on .TburMliiv lni-t..a! J .GOI.D Iil(UUf:H, wtiiji unj liur.i-hut! | .lm-iun. Finder plea»u ri tuni to | . ,M ,i 'Star' ofkiok:.: ; .T.'.OST. ftpLOBfiLL RkpodH ye.-t--rdiiy | I j evening. Finder-please return to ? ? I ? v;:!'-STAUV OKFICE.. jgEGA I) I S Cli/C T HOSPITAL 'APPLICATIONS are invited for tho po sition of PROBATIONARY NUR3E at?tho HoapitaL Salary -at tho -rata jf £10 : poV annnm fortUo first three. month*; aud £l-, thereafter, wi b Uoard and Lodg/iigfl. ? ' - Applicants wilt pleoao stato their' ages' nnd forward applications with testimonials (if any) to reach tha -undersigned 'not later than . TImrs(In- riHt 'November ' ' ? Rnvelop«« to be otidoraed 'Application for Probationary Nurao.M J. M. LEK, Hon. Snc. - tiovei-iiinciit IVolicc ^ Department of Public Workn, N.S.W.,' . Roudu Office, licgii, V 18th October, 1900 rtlENDKRS addressed to the Clrrk of 'J. Peity Scsaiong nt Ueura, and endorwod. Ttnder for Koad Work,' will be received ^up to noon on Monday, ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 20 October 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! I That tliero bavo been no 'Hearda Bound Town' lately. Tbat a Boqa uian at tlio front vows tbat he bad no idea lie bad fo many girls in Bega until lit! wont into thi fighting lines, and avers that it takoo him all the time that bo is not 'pot- ting' Boers to anBwor thi'ir letters That it does not necessarily follow Sydney for furniture he is going to 'take unto hiinscll'; and That a young man wlo suffered in consequence of this vows lhat in futuro he will manufacture Irs own furniture. Tbat its about time tlio Cape weed has been given a rest by tho provincial newspapers. That the -Stab has been taken to .task for a Court mistake ; but Tbat it is not tlio first timo that the culprits misB-takcd when courting. Xlin t a drug on tbe marriage market bos set in. ? ' , That matrimonial, engagements are made comparatively easy nowadays one has only to be seep talking, to tho other sex and tbo gossips have 'you en gaged on tlio spot, That 'bump and bo bumped' was the order ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega River Oyster Leases. MR. CHAPMAN BRINGS THE MATTER BEFORE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 20 October 1900

Boga Rivor Oyster Leases. MU' OtUl'MAN HMNGS THR WAT-, TKU HKKOKK PAllLIAMENT. Pt'ltixn Itln rocent visit to tlio district, A tint i ti I'hitpiniui, M.l'., was made M'qtlitlnlrd of tlie facta surroundini; the lentiing of thn ulster bods of :he Bega Kivcr, and hn proiniKetl to bring iho nmt'er brforo Pnrliament at tho first opportunity. ! A fnoling of resentment at llir ao'iun 'of the Conimis^ioneis in Kr.mmiL- « in:nu pui-vauen ?»» u'.'- niiiilit^,1 mill it was folt tbat if the onergetio member for Bruidnood took the iinuti'i up xninetliing n«ti»fuctf ry would rennlt. SVi- are piffled to Btato t hut tbeir hopes hrvvu not been dis appointed. During Iho discussion °n ilic estimates of '.ho fislieries Comtirs sion in tho Houso the other night, Mr. t'liapman, true to bis pledge, brought tho sulijeot forward, and the tone of lliu Minister's reply would indicato that tho glaring injustico perpetrated in rovoking tbe oyster reserve will soon Do reversed. We olip tho following Irom 'Hansard...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wild Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 20 October 1900

Wild Flower fchow Principally through thoto«ttu»o»t«UiY of Mr. P. B. Ilalua, who i. mi« -'t th« Truatoea of tho Victoria Uou»».»ml wh-'. a, »uob, haa Ihtowo hi« wholo n»«tt *i»l soul into tho welfsro of that institution, tho ladios of B»*a otitomd in*» th' posal to givo a Wild Flower Show in oftbollomoa with groatonthusiasm, A»«d whon tho Boga ladies outer upon such an undertaking thoy generally matja^e to mako tha'afTalr a thorough sftecoss. sml tbts year's Wifd Flawer Shnw no oxception to tho gonnral rtilo, for, it any* thing, it oxcooded in poiut ut aurcosa all previous attompts in a similar direction. Without a doubt tho quality ot tyfl ex bibits woro far supotior to anything shown in Boga boforo, aud tho beautiful array of nativo fl^ra displayed was a matter of groat surpriso to tho many un acquainted with tbo district's capabilities in this direction. A notable foaturo of the Show was tho absenco of tho names of two of our most ffonsistont priiotaknrs Mr. W. T. Mobs (who holds...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 20 October 1900

PGR' ''THE 'SEASON 1000, it jTdisherTco. have now i dPsSrpbiT^mB'i ' FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE COWS FOR THIS ' ' SPECIALLY SELECTED BY MB DISHER, - — AND — ? ? ' ' 4 4 BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH ! - SI?OT CASH ! ?r! '*4 { f4 ^ * *' OA.LL and IKTajPElCT , - =? H , . BEFORE making Vour Purchases ELSBWHERE. CASH PRICES! ?? 1 ? , '-n ..i.'.r. - ? And the ONE PRICE to Eveiyorio — AT THE —' »?' ' ? j «,n-..Bn i im um. stop, . . . . ZBEO-.A, ' ? ' ? . ) c * ? 2 vaums FMN05 7 are far above the many £ 7 common place instruments X 7 on the market, and MUCH X Z CHEAPER. |) V Catalogues FREE. i v Sole Agents for z V . STEINWAY 2 V Ah BRINSMEAD 2 9 UU FEURICH 1 ? LIPP A SOHN £ 7 GORS & KALLMANN X 7 UEBEL-ECKE $ 2 VICTOR * /IV .3 £ BELLING & ®V ? 1 ESTEY ORGANS. ? C EVERY KNOWN $ 7 , : MUSICAL INSTRUMENT J A STOCKED — 4 r ' Strings and Fittings. *1 \ W.H; PALING & GO., 2 V LIHITED, 2 7 338 GEORGE STREET, 4 I SYDNEY, 5

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 20 October 1900

'^BEMBOK A. [Fbom our Cobbkstondent.J A meeting of the local Progress Com mittee, presided over by Mr. D. Finn, J.P., was held on Monday last, there being present Messrs. G. E. Wafd, J.P., Condon, Crocker, and the secretary, Mr. W. C. Allen. Correspondence was road from the Vigilance Associa tion at Bega asking that the Ideal com mittee be represented at the district conference in Bega on Nov. 5.' Mr. Ward reported as to the recent deputa tion to Sydney re a 'railway from Cooma, via Nimityhelle, to the border. After lengthy discussion as to the claims -of . Bombnla' an the capital site, it was resolved that -Mr. Clarke be urgtjd to use.his influence in ihe local Parliament in advancing' the claims of Bombala. . Strong comments . were made about the road from the town to Mr. P. Brown's, and it was decided to ask that it be attended to immediateiy. A request is i»lao to be made' that the sharp turns on the mountain, road be cut away, as promised by Mr.O'Sulli van on his recent visit.-...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 20 October 1900

Ah might bave^.heeo expected, Cora uiis8ionor Oliver's exhaustive and uncompromising report on the federal capital sites has been productive of u plethora of lenders throughout tho proviooi&l aud metropolitan papers, in which, with but very few oxoeptioos, Mr. Oliver's pronunciation in favor of Southern Mouaro oomos id for any thing but favorable comment. The one dominant note in the empty platitudes expressed in these leaders is that the local paper confesses itself astouoded that the claims of Bead Mud'b Gully, or some other unheard of gully, had been overlooked by Mr. Oliver, and tbeo, after relieving itself with a tirade of abuse against that un fortunate porsonage/ adduoes column after column of irrefragable matter, setting forth tbat no other place in New South Wules possesses better quarries, water supply, less mortality and a myriad of other essential quali fications for the coveted honor. If the fanfaronade contained in these articles possesses no other commendiog f...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 20 October 1900

SALVATION ARMY, BEOA Every Sunday — Knoc Drill, 7 son. Holiness Movtiup, 11 a.m. Froe and Kasy, U p m. Settlement '2.45. Salvation, 7.30. C W. UOWELL, Ensign. Clje ^outfjejcit PUBU0HXO AT BKQA ON WEDNESDAY' AND -SATURDAY. ! 'Bb ju»t, and fear nst; let all tho ends thou aim'tsfc at bo tbjr country's, thy Ood*B, and truth's ' ; SATUUDAY, OCrOBEE 20. 1900 I

Publication Title: Southern Star
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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 20 October 1900

LATEST CABLES. - LONDON: Tharadav. Generul Bethune ambushed a Boer commando near Vrybeid, killing sixty Qve, wounding thirty-Gve, and captur ing sixty. Details of tho fight at Malapole on the 12th inBtant show tbat a patrol ol Bushmen wae inquiring for oonoculed arms at a farmhouse wbon a woman sontched a white sheet from the door and disappeared' within. The' Boers then fired, aud^'thn Bushmen Tetired to a ridge, dismounted, and waited behind boulders, filing Volleys on tho Boers. The Ohineae- mliels have captured Muchau, on the East River, and fears aro entertained for the safety of Can Ion. Tbe Yangtse River is covered with junks, carrying troops, provisions, and ammunition to Haaching, enronte to Singafa. Constant skirmishes are taking place in the mountain districts of tbe Trans vaal and Orange River, tho Boer casualties invariably exceeding those of tbe British. Many Boets h vo bean captured, and r brother of the Boer Commander-in-Chief, General Botha, has surrendered at Volks...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 20 October 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY. Eridnv. Tn tliH A'-SL'mlily, th» Premier ub iHined leavo to . iutrndaca a Bill lo liiuit I In- election f-xpeniies of cundi duti s for Farliument. Th' cs'mmtes of the Kducaiioa aud Labor Dojmrlments WUIO ptlBscd. SutisliCH chow that tho area under «« ViUIOIIJT IUI6 SCU80D 18 2,539,600 acre8j being bq iucri-aso of 85,860 acres on last yo»t. The area under wheat ahowa an iaornaaa of 69.560 acres. Inicnsa heat prevailed yesterday in. many parts of thtt colony, especially in the western districts. A cable trora South Africa states that F. Avard of I ho N.S W. Lancers, li'iu died from wounds at Carlino, and Friva'e Bowdou i» reported 10 have been killed near Watcrval on tho 10th August. The steamers Africa and Yarra wongn have left Capetown for Aus tralia with a large number of icvalided soldiers. Later. Mail lenders acc-pted Edea ti Neihercoto — Undecided. Towamba and Peiico— Sim. Parker, jun, £38. Bem and Wapongo — John Wilson, £28 10s. Tilba and Mount Dromed a...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

CLIPPIN QS A six months' cruise, will decrease the speed of a -sliip 15 per cent. ! This is owing to the barn.icle.s that gnther on a ship's hull. The present population of Lon don is about Ave millions ; in Queen Elixiheth's rain it wus about one nuuuren ana uiiriv muusana. The King uf Siatn has a bndy guurd of female «arrior.', i.e., 400 girN, chosen Iro.n amongst the sttongesl and til st handsome of all the ladies in the i ind. The cabbage still gruws wild in Greece, where it ori-iiiiatad' Rml i.-hes nre a native of China, but have been gtown iu Europe for centuries. Roses do not secreto Jioney in their flowers. Insects are simply attracted by thj perfume ami rich colors, ar.d liy the abundant supply of pollen, which herves as fond. A most remarkable case of rupid growth was recorded in 1720 — a boy who was 5!'t. Gin. tall at six years of age. When he was five years his voice had changed ; his beard had grown at six nnd he was possessed of great physical strength ; at eight his h...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

IT'S A FACT. WEBBEE'SV|TADAT|0 WILL CURE Y.OV, READ THIS TESTIMONIAL. BILIARY 0 ALCULI (Gall Stonee)* SUFFERED MORE OR LESS FROM 1888 to 1897. To Mn. S. A. PALMER. Dear Sir, — It is with vory great plonsaro I testify to tho iuestimnble valuo uf WEBBER'S Great Herbal Kemedy, VITA DA HO. In 1888 I had a sovere attsok of gall stones and congestion of the liver, whieh confined me to my bed for sorno timo. Tho doctor who attended me said I novor would bo thoroughly oured ; but I used to feel quite well between tho attacks', which ro curred very often— sometimes two attacks in ono week. Jn tho year 18D2 I was very ill with my long-standing trouble, and had another medical man, and bo told mo that gall stones could only bo cured by operation, which I would not consent to In Febru ary, 1897, I received a letter from my sister in Dunedin, New Zoalond, telling mo of the wonderful cures VITADATIO had affected thero, and urging me to tako a courso of this medioino. As soon as I knew that VITADA...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

A SPOTLESS COMPLEXION SuLPnoLiNir Lotion clears off all imper fections in a few days. Pimple, Blemishes, Irritating Objectionable Appearances, Bod 3es8, Roughness, Tan, Unoomfortabl* Skir Disfigurement*, entiroly fade away, leaving a beautiful akin Shilling- Bottles of SoJ pholino. LIVER COMPLAINTS De. Kino's LUndbijon AifDQtmrcitKLiVEB PiiX8. wif:iuut meroury, are a potent re medy ? reraovo x\\ Liver an*4 Stomach Com plaints, Hiliousuess, Headache, Sickness, bnoulder Pains, Hoartburn, Indigestion, ConstioatUM. Dr. King'* Pilk are old fu-hioc -d. wl'hout tho dnogorout -white coatinu on tnauf now Pillr *:5,ooo i otjr a-xiA.srr- I £5,ooo ORNITHOLOGIG A.L CONTEST. OOMETHING . entirely now and iiitoro.itinjc Head what yon nre tn do You mny v . . Our contest is to hco who can mako tlio largont list of n-itnes (or kind„) of bird* from the following lint of letter* : WDOOOCCKQULIAPRTARIDG espnielvebrdimwadohtl Wo will recognise as a uird anything belonging to the feathered tribe, whother I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

It was not His Fault. Tint man who nit* down to simper a'd refuses to cut it Ik not likely to ri*t- in the os tocm of his wlfo or of his rook. Kxrollotit conka huvo thrown up their situnlions, and pone off In » huff aimp y beeausi* tlio master of thf house had equally remarked that thoro wax a triflo too much silt in tho soup Nevertheless, Afr. John Bennett, -ccordinjr to hi* own story, failed to get any snti*fuc tinn out of hi* meals for sevenl years. Yut nobody comploined of him, bccauno it wna not his fnult. Ho would not havo drrndod tho coming of a meal timo. ns ho actually Hid dread it, had ho pos-ossod thopou-cr to chootto his own'feo'ings But ulns ! a deaf man may love mu^ie, or a blind ono long vainly for tho fight of ro membo'od colors. ??From 1834 to 1889, *» naya Mr. Bennott, 4II was a helpless victim of that tormenting and incorrigiblo complaint—Indigestion. How it camo on mo at tho outset' I finnnot say. It is like waking up in the night nnd flndintr a thiof in your hou...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

In Parliament Mil. Slkatii — The hon. member fot Gloucester is always dancing round the pi ess showing them something they do not want to see. He then gets a little paragraph, which he carefully cuts out, or, per haps, buys up all the newspapers in the office and sends them to his constituents. I saw that the hon. member fur Gloucester wrote seven teen let-eri to the press showing h w the Breelong blaoks could be captured if the police would take his ndi ire. You might have known it, Mr. Speaker; but tbe hon. mem ber is a bn-hman. He has | o-ed ns many things during the hist few years — as a soldier, a polit cm, and a philosopher. Mr. Price — I never pi se I as a cad. Nature made tbe hon. member one ! Mr. Sleath —The hon. member now poses as a bushman, and he has discovered a theory by which the Breelong blacks can he ciptured, and, if hon. members desire it, I can explain the theoiy to them. He believes that if the police would only take his advice the process of cupturing the blac...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. Harrison. Jones, and Dovlin report on Oct. 20 : — Hides — Market barely supplied; demand brisk for primo, conditioned light and heavy weights at nn occasional slight ad* vance. medium weights and all common olaaAca unaltered in valut'-s. Tallow— Very weak demund even for tho beat grades and notwithstanding ' small offering* prices suffered an irregular deolino varying from 10s to 20s per ton, Sheepskins— Sales were fairly well supported ana prices wero fully up to those of last week, n\ eciul profcrcuco being shown tor clean full-woollod Merino classes. Wool— Oponing aale» wero held in Adolaido aud Melbourne this woeV, com I petition wus fair and values abuut 45 per I cent, below opening rates of lost yoar for good wools and 55 per cout. lower for medium and faulty aorta. Our market opeus on Monday and wo h'ld our first sale on Wednesday when wo purpose offering 1000 bales. | Th-» Coastal Farmers Oo-operativp Society I 1 report on Oct. 20th:— Butter— best facto...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bloomer Costume. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

Bloomer Costume Ifrt'ns forty-nine -yi-ai'- the 23rl of ln-t July since the inventor of this ntyle of dross, Mrs, Amelia P-lnutiier, the editor uf a Luinpetaiico journal in N«»v Y'irk, fi«-t .appeared in it in pulilic. I'hn iIihs- was introduced in tlio notice of tliu world at a hull I'old on the 23rd of July, tool, nt Lowell, Massachusetts. K was an attempt to sulistitute n dtoss of a li«ht, griic-tul, and convenient character, for what was considered by many tho inconvenient and inuleirant stylo of costume which |iiev:iilud ut the time. Like many other reformers, Mrs. Bloomer lived before her proper time. In her magazine she defended her dieis from the charge of being either inn ? lust or inelegant, and instanced the picturesque dress of tliu Polish luil t s with their high for trimmed hoots and short tunic .?-kirt. In her journal Mr*. Bloomer described the -essential portion of her u-i.-tume as follows : — 'We hu ve- il skirt reaching do»n to nearly half way between the knee and ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF OCTOBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF OCTOBER. CHURCH OF ENQLAND sr. JonN'scnoscu nzoi. Every Sunday, morning atll, aud oreuiug at 7.80 bonday, Slat—Tonja, 8 Saudar. 5Sth— lirogo. Mr Curtis', 8 Thursday, 8 p.m., CkoU practice F. BEVAN, B.A.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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AS YOU LIKE IT! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

AS YOU LIK 55 IT ! [Bv NAmiiQA Jack.] Tliey B»y overy mm should ho proiH of his own work, but its hardly fnir tn expect a doctor ro lie proud of his own funerals. A yours lm'y down town is S'licl to be so timid tliit aim would cvrn jump at a proposal. My nndn Mend* ate bercliy warned to avoid her. An exchange s«yn that nt tlip popu lation of Spain, more than SO, 000 arc giptics. Of tliu population of Begs, one half are fool*, nnd the other half — practical jokers aud cadgers. Some people coniidcr it wronit to marry for rooDPy, and yet the ministers —whom we are Bapposrd to follow— dn it, and the worst of it is that tliny will Dot marry a person without 'ibe necessary.' I read that in St. Petersburg no outdoor musical performances nre per mitted. I would thiit such a law w.-iv in forco in this town, hs then we might be Bpared tho agony of hearing ili« latest whistling ite.us by etreet oralis. Only 116 divorces have lierti grunted in Can da during tlio last 20 year.'. In N.S.W. wo som...

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

1 fABISH or KAJIBKDSl Thursday, 18Ui-WoIumla (Mr Hanlon's). II. 7-80* y' aiBt-Wo,Dm,a» 8V»i*lke's, 11., Candi-lo, Thursday, 26th— Kiagara, 11. Suiiday, asth-Bemboka, 11, tfogUla, 2 JO, TanU nranglo 7 J. A. NEWTH. M.A., Rector

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