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Quiet Smiles. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

Quiet Smiles M'Brien : 'Say, O'Gfp, do yoa know wliero you would land mv jez iver raised a hand to rue 1' O'Geo: ' Yif, tiotli — roight on yer noso, bpgorra.' Mrs. Sorrnll : 'I'll go homo to my mother at onci-, Alec.' ' Sorrell : ''I wish you would, Martbn. Hero'a tho money.' Mrs. Sorrell: 'But, my deir, tliin isn't enough (or a return 'ticket.' . *' ? Tourist Tramp (read:Dg) : 'It say» hero ilat a teller sboulc] cat his meala r.g'Ur.' .. 8well Swaggto ; 'How kin ho do datl A feller may strike thrte hoaseg in a bunch, an' den list strike anuddei house fer half a mile.' * ? . * The watering carte'of an Irish town aro decorated with patent medicine advortiseniFnls. Ari. lrislitnan from the rural districts looked at one and said : 'Faith, it's no wonder Killeen is hekltby, whin ;hey watlier th straits with Kilmore'H carsaparilla.' Dr. Loyds is arranging a 'boom' tour for Mr. Kruger, who will land first at Marseilles. Mr. Michael Davitt aod other Irish Nationalists hare prepared an addr...

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

CATHOLIC Sunday, 21st— Bcmboka, li f Sunday, 28th— Candelo, 9. Bcga, 114)0

Publication Title: Southern Star
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IN IDLE MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

IN IDLE MOMENTS. [BY BOHEMIA*.] Sous addle-boaded psoudo-pbiloaopbor in responsible for tbo apbori'm tbat 'lore is blind.' Blind, foreootb ! Evidently tbe person that gaTe origin to this haokoeyod phrase never tasted tho palling bittora of love, bat swathed io its sweotnossos only, elos it cover would bavo boon oreatod. Von. lovo is vtrii blind, oarticularlv when aome other young amoroso goes off triumphantly with tbe object of your affeotioos ; then it i* to blind that you can't poflbibly eoe thoir littlo caprices and are utterly oblitioua of them. If love wore bliod. a booo would bo oooferrod upon maokiod, for then wo would bo able to participate in a dubious luxury without experieociog any of those countervailing ilia with which it is un fortunately leavened. Lovo, from what littlo 'Bohemiao' cao recollect of if after a lapse of about twogty is rather a poouliar ientatioo, aod may be dosoribed as an itch at tbe boart that oau't be scratched. If a more bigh-soundiog de finition is...

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

PRESBYTERIAN. Bega, overy Sunday at 11 and 7.80 Cnndolo, tho First Sunday of each month at 8 I Wolumla, tho 8econd Suuday of each Month at 8 kamoruka, the Ord Sunday in each month at 8 ' Brogo. Uio Fourth Sunday of each Mouth at 8 I Choir Praotico at 8 p.m. every Friday. ? M. KIRKPATRICK, B.A,

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

A man named Thos. MoKinley, in a fit of jealousy, murderod his wife at Ballarat oq Sunday night. The vio tim'a head aod throat wero terribly backed about. Throo knives, covorod with blood, wore found io tho vicioity of tbo crime. MoKinley gave himself up, and admittod having. committed the flood. The couple had only booo married about four months. LOST, oti Saturday last, between Caa dclo and Bega, a Lady's FUR BOA. Howard on retnrn to 'STAR' OFFICE. LOST in town, on Thursday hut, a GOLD HROOCHi whip and horscshoo design. Finder please return to 'STAR' OFFICE. LOST, OOLD BELL BROOCU yestorday ovening, Finder ploaxo return to ??STAR' OFFICE. A ; :N . T~ K D WANTED, by d 'Competent Dairyman with a family of S milkers, A LARUE DAIRY TO WORK, either on shares or wages. For particular* upply ut 'STAR' OFFICE. ^7' lh0 FLOWER SHOW A MEETING of tlx* COMMITTEE of tho WiLD FLOWER SHOW will be held at the SCHOOL OF ARTS, BEGA, on SA. TURDAr, tho 27«H INSTANT, at 3.30, for tho settlement of all...

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

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

KiihIiichn IMrcctory JOHN COLLI ill, ARTISTIC TAILOR, .4/Iiurcli-sti'cct, ItcK'ii ADJOINING TIIK RANK HOTEL. Material and Workmanship GUABANTEED. PROMPT ATTKNTION to OHPKRS. is' Call and Inspect Patterns. WilYMAN^ & BROOKS, COACH & BUGGY BUILDERS, dfcc., &c., Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STF1EET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLES Mado or Repairod on tho ShortoAfc Notioo. tSf* OUR PRICES are consistent with HONEST WORKMANSHIP. IJ1HE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. — Masteb — REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Chriflt'H Hospital and tho University of London (First Div. Certificate), and cor oortificatod by tho Univernity uf Molbourno, ^Lato Senior Aaaiatant Muter &t Eton (Q). TflRMS and all information may bo ob tained on application. ifjr Evening Claiwes. Shorthand ClanfiCH, and Private Tuition for tho Univcnitien. occmmPii hotel., Comer of Carp aud Auckland Streets, — B E G A. — MOST COMMODIOUS HOUSE in TOWN. CI .no to Central Sale Yard*. HEST BItAS'DS of WINES, SPI...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

EVENTS TO COME. -Bag* Sohool of Arts Debating Club moots every altomate Friday Ladles' Lodge o t tho G.U.O.O.r moets Thursday fortnightly Loyal Prfnco Alfred Lodgo, MAJ., meets on Moo day. renin# Star' Lodge, I.O.O.F., moots on Monday Haionlo Lodge, Bega meets on Second Tuesday in ? eaoh month, Bega A., P. «ndH. Society's Committee meets first Toefday of the month. First Tuesday in eaoh month, Council Ck-od TempUra meet every Xnesd«vv Trustees saeet last Tuesday In eaeh month rfospiiaJ Xtommitiee meeU 6«eond Wednesday in eaoh month Bega BanevJent Society meeil ^eeond Tacsday in each month *' BohooJ of Arts OommUtee meet* First Thursday in OACh month [Information iwrtUdfroik Stcftioriit]

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

Spccinl /IritcrtiM'iiieuts. FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS cfc BEDDING. A. HALL AND CO. DRAWINO-ltOOM HUITE, covered iu Rich Tapestry aod Silic X'luuh Borders —Couch, two Armchairs, and four Small Carved Chairs. 6 Guineas. A. HALL AND CO. BEDROOM SUITK, Walnut Colour Wardrobo, drew* compartment, enclosed by plato-gla^s door ; Duchesso Drctoing Tablo to correspond, Marbletrp Wash- j stand, 2 Chair*, und Towol Rail £G 15s. | A. HALL AND CO. DINING-ROOM SOITE. Vrnr Strong-C Ptiddod»back Chairs, Pnir ten*)' Chairs, aud Couch, all Spring-M-'nted. -CO 10® A. HALL AND CO. FULL-SIZE HALF-TE8TKR BEDSTEAD Krtendod Footrail and brass mounted ; Dent Matlr.-ss, Bol*t«r, und 2 Pillows, Triple Wire Mattress. XI 15a coropleto. A. HALL AND CO.A The Universal House Furnishers, 561, 563, 565, and 567 Georga-sl., Brickfield Hill. Sydnoy. (SOODS STORED FRKE UNTIL REQUIRED. Country Ordors packed free. Catalogues nt Office (if Thin Tupcr. F. A. ORMISTON, PHARHACIiUTICAL CIIISMIST, CARP-STREET, BEGA, (-HT N...

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

FOR THE SEASON 1SOO. a. jTdisherT CO. HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE GOODS POR THIS SEASON, ?. | tT SPECIALLY SELECTED BY MR DISHER, — ISO — BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH! SPOT CASH! CALL and. ISTSfBOT BEFORE making; Your Purchases ELSEWHERE. CASH PRICES! r;. ' And the ONE PRICE to' Everyone _ AT THE - Hi fllS Ci.SE ST8M, ; . . .... BEQ-A « I P08TC0 BY m From 1853 I return. ? Tilt Now ^ I I Paling's * Pianos & j Organs 1 & ' Have I | stood ' 9 ^ y Test' I Hence their A -ND Popularity. I ou oo to - v.. fl | ^LiNQ'5 j; HjB EViRYTIIKIC MII..ICAL. ^ | Violins Cornsfs (juilars V .vi&ndolins Rufes H Auioharps 1'olyphons H Concertinas Accordcons 1 &c., &c. d CATALOGUES FREE. | Slowest prices. V 5' PA LhNQ Vo0;- C k 338 8E0RCF ST., SYW!EY, B

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Surrounded by the Enemy. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

Surrounded by the Enemy Coaromt Bra. Huuhxkb, writing from Wiuberg to bia brother at Bega, relates tl»- following intoreatiug pnrtioulara — When 1 reoeired your lo.it lutter I waa with ?ix othera building a broastwork on our position, aa wo expe.-ted an attack at any moment, bnt, thank God. it did not come off. I hare soon enough of the gome already to aaiuiy me ior in reet ot my days. A lot of fellows are saying thoy would like to go to China, but yonr bumblo servant 'aint bar- ? ingaay.' I saw by the Cape Times' that ' there-are a lot of Australians going over to Chiiiy, but I'vo Been enough of aetiro ser vice.. Although I do not got cuongh to eat 1 at times, I havo put on about 1J stono, which I attribute to bully beef and crack ore. Sinco coming over ]u--ro geveral bullets have come very near calling in the numbor of my moss. I am preserving thom to show yon if I should bo spared to return. 1 also havo a riflo taken from a Boor prisoner and other curios. Tho first engagement I w...

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Road Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

Boad Tenders Tknokq3 for tho following work were opeiied at tho ourt House, Bega, on Mon day, October 22, i900:— Contract 14/1200-1, Bega' to Niaitybelle — ''?™ - - '£ 'o i. Jubn Guthrio ....r;.^... 268 0 0 Anthony Talty ? ? 295 0 D Jubn Curruo ? ^ ? 297 7 6 Contract 15/1900-1, Bega to Kimitybells — Alexander McDonald .. ... . 316 0 0 A. D. McDonald ? ? ? 330 0 0 JohnQuthrio ? 342 10 0 A. J. McDonald ? ? . . 365 8 A Peter HcHngh ? ~36& 0 0 John Cun an ? 373 6 -8 Anthony .Talty ? ,....; 376 0 0 Alexander McDonald ? 430 18 6 Contract 16/1900-], Bega' to Nimityboll&— T. K. McDonald ? ? 277 0 0 John Guthrie ? 177 15 10 John Curran ? . '290 13 10 A. D. MoDonald ? ? 319 0 0 P. MoHugh ? 311-14 0 Contract 17/1900-. 1, Candelo to Bcmboka — JohnQuthrio ? ? 176 18 8 W. Frazrr ? ? 183 10 0 John Curran -... ? ? 198 9 0 A. Talty ? 221 19 4 P. McHugh ? ? 276 0 0

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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

LATEST CABLES. f.ONEfoil, Monday. Indications are that all tbo great Powers have acquiesced in the Anglo Gorman agreement, which is bailed with unanimous approval in Germany, where there exists a great feeling of relief that England is a strong friend behind the Kaiser'H world policy. Tbe dominant nolo in the agreement is the commercial one, ensuring trade equality in China, and particularly in tbe Yangate region Pro-Boer processions have been for bidden in Marseilles President Kruger intends seeking tbo intervention ol European Powers in favor of autonomy under British su premacy. lord Methuen is operating in Wes tern Transvaal, where ho aurp'ised a Boer commando, captbrlng 225 wag gons and twelve prisoners. De La Lay bung npon Methuen's flank, but avoided fighting. Krugei gave his word of honor to the Portuguese government tbat he would proceeil direct to Holland, call ing only at Marseilles. The Boeis attacked Fauretitnilh, but were repult-ed. C'lnnel Ktiox aucccs-fally engaged '...

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

Sporting Items. V.R.O. Racofl, November 3, C, 8, 10. Sotond forfeits Melbourne -'«p Oot. 30. Kingliko finishes without whin or spur. Ii. Kuhn will rido Kingliko in tbo Mel bourne Cop. ..ii Ootober 13. Inglistott showed up in a trial 1} railo iu 2.271, _ , 4 t Tom Payton lias now trained six Dobutant 6tako winners. Tho prophets wore nil astray as to tho Caulfiola Cup winner. Start betting with £i, nnd you are good to lose £14,000 before striking n winner. Tho Molbourno Cup, 2 miles, may go to Soaliorse, Georgo Frederick, or Severity. Mooneo Valloy Cup, 11 furlongs, noxt Saturday, has several winnow in tho entry. Kirry roodo tho Australian 6 furlongs roconl at Rand wick, 1.13; Bobadil's waa 1.13$. Cnbbago count : A nino and four thrcofi count 24, that is 12 for flftcons, and 12 for pairs. In coureo o' a couplo of years tho Sand ringham stud will givo tho Princo of Wales a not annuul income of £30,000. At Cavan (Ireland) Soptcrabor stceplo rhn*o races, F. Ma.son rodo tho winner in all ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

A single oyster, in tho one season, htiB been kno«n to send forth no leas than 276,000 yonng ones. Oysters grow slowly, developing to the extent of a Bingle inch in diameter every year. The girl who is pretty .may often win a man'e love, but he almost in variably tires of her society, for he wants not a pretty doll, but a bright and amiable companion, Ferocious visitor (entering office — not the Star) : 'See here, boy, I've come to lick tbe editor.' Office boy — 'Guess you won't Hke tho job. He's just been tarred and featbeied. 'The man who whistles hardly ever Bwears,' says a well-known writer. It is different with the min who bears him. In a recent skirmish between ths) Broelong blacks anjl their pursuers, Joe .Governor cleated^0^-. 'fence at a bound, with his rifle jp h»nd. First Commercial Traveller — 'The boot-blaok told me this morning -ha'. tbe room you slept in' last night has flia paniiifttinn nt ? hoSnrr kanntarl ' Second commercial — 'Well, I should uot be surprised if th...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

SALVATION ARMY, BEOA Evory Sunday -Kneo Drill, -7 aoo. Holiness I MwjtJng, U ajn. Freo and Easy, 8 pm. Settlement 2.15. Salvation, 7^0. C W. ROWELL, Ensign. Clje ^out^cpt PtniUPIIBD AT DKOA OJf WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 'Be j u - 1 , and foar nat ; lot all tho ondH tliou nim'rit at bo thy country'*, thy God's, nnd truth's.' WEDNESDAY, OOfOBER 21. 1900

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

WE8LETAN. I n-PlK ti?aD,d.ay 1*5 '^ch month, Bega II, lay sorvice Be^ 780 ueringlo (Mr 8. Johnstone's) 2J0, 8ocond Sunday, Bcga, lj (Communion), and 7.80 young people's servioo). B ogo, 8 Third 8nnilBr, Bo«., II and 7.80. Wolumla, 8 F?!'ih Buadar, Bcga, 11 and 7M, Candolo, 8 Wolum!ana occl'Tlng), Bega, 11 and 1JS0 WkiIk Evkkiko Hketinoa urn Sinvicra Prayor Meeting Wednoaday, y^o., holr practice, Friday, 7.90 ' ? ? JOHN 8CHARKIE.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Tuesday. Private W. A. Kolly, of Bega, won a £4 prizo at yesterday's shooting con test. . Capt. W. Scott also won £2. Tho Cabinet sat for ' several hours vr-Ktnrilnv rnnaiderinff tlM nueation of tho Commonwealth colebrutionp. The Premier states that the oolebrations will last at least a week and probably longer. R. Q. Kelly, a railway night officer, picked up a loadod gun, which acci dentally exploded, killing bis wifo inatantly. Owing to the drought in the westorn districts or Queensland one station can only muster 000 catlloout of a herd of 30,000. Other stations havo lost everything. A serious shooting affray occurred in Oxford-street last niglit. Constable Ward arrested a man who was wuntod for an alleged offonce. Duiing tho BCjfflo both fell on ihe foct. t'i, when a shot, apparently firod close by, hit Ward behind tho ear, tho bullet going olean through his head. He was takon to tho h mpital in a critical condition. ? The ferry steamer Kangaroo, whilBt ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

One pin', of milk produces, roughly | ftpi'aking, oue ounce of butter. » * * Tlio Al»sk»n» ofteD h»vp eatiog matches, Ht which great numb rs of the vilUgeis compete. The one who eats the fniosl is connidried the biggest man. Til' Si.l'aj of Tnrkny i o.rly »!»?»}.« j dines alone. . Tables, phite*, knives, I anil forks arn rf'clieweil. Me iibmb only | a K|-oon and* his 6i-eeri-, thus fi-liinu j out iht* f' oil Irom littie Hiiiice|itiiis I l*o d on th-! Sour. ? * » Mrs. Mulligan: 'And what did his 'onner say to you this morning?' Mrs. Boru : 'Can't you nnd your hu-bund live without fighting t' 'An' what did you say ?' 'No, yer 'onner, not happily.' ? ? ? A young man was walking up the platform ot one of our railway stations looking for a carriage. Be opened the door of one, and found it contained a womtn and several children, whereupon he exclaimed : 'Oh, this must be u baby's school !' 'Yi-b,' replied the indignant mother : 'the monkey carriage is lower down !'

Publication Title: Southern Star
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 October 1900

One of Private Byrne's lotion, pub lishod in tho 'Star' a little whilo back, throws a flood of light upon the doioga of the British oIBcorn io South Africa who. aro supposed to bo on trapping the wily De Wot. If the assertions contained in that loiter are reliable — and they certainly bear the stamp ol trutb — then it is patent tbat Now South Walea is not tho only place that requites miouto investi gation into its military systom by a Royal Commission. The loiter die closes a condition ot affai * that cannot l.e characterized as beiop otlior than eonndalous, and reveilp tiio seemingly indisputable taot that tbo preaoot day methods of our. army officers aro n tbiog le*B than a burloque upon t e ((rand traditions that adorn Eng land's glorious past. Perhaps the spirit of levity in whioh tbo letter ii written londs exaggeration to the slfttoor.onts mado but, noTorthelots, when sifted, it will be found that thote dtatements nre an emphatio ooDfirma tion of tho dubious whisperings wo wer...

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