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COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 October 1900

C OB ARGO. [FltOM A CoHltESI'ONDENT 1 Mr. Editor — I never see much about our rising and flourishing little town in your paper ; and as we bave our own 'Chronicle' (run by our popular towns man, Mr. Boot,) which cover fails to let UB know what is going on in your town, it is only meet that you should advertiie us a little. I will be only too pleaded to Bond you an occasional onntributinn if you think it worth publiahing. Tboro is nothing much to record this week, ozcopt that Mr, J. P. Walker has bad bis shop ro-painted, which has had the effoct of making tbo adjacent buildings tu.-o green with envy. Surely thoir owucrs will, if only for shamo's sake, give the pamtor a job. Wo are generally pretty dead here, and the only little variation we have is whon an occasional 'awaggy' or traveller hap pens olong and imbibos too freely at Keating's or Graham's and starts to paint the town red, gonerally rosulting in making the acquaintance of 'the man in bluo,' whon wo all ium oat to see him l...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LETTERS to the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 October 1900

LETTERS to the EDITOR Slit, — May I bo permitted through your columns to call the at t oat ion of that use ful body, tbo Vigilance A.snoia'i.in, to the urgont nood ol agit»tinK for a fuot biidge over tho Bega Hirer at Kirbv's Crossing. If I mistake not, a petition was lorwarfled to tho Works Department sumo time ago, od behalf of rosidents of Woat tloga ond tho Labor Settlement, request ing that tho matter bo given considera tion ; but, eo far a. I can hear, there has been no rospnnao. If the Vigilance Association would tako tho muter in band and use its influence to secure tbe erection 0/ tbe 'ootbridgo, it would add greatly to its reputation as a fictor for tbe publio good. As ono who has froquently seen womoc and childron divesting themselvos of their buots and stockings in ordor to wade across, and ofton iu tbe depth of wintor, whon tbe wator was unonrtbly cold, I can vouch for tbo necessity of the footbridgo. Trustlug that ray larao np peal will moot with the desired tffuct. I ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Coastal Farmers' Co-operative Society, Ltd, and Its Progress Report for Six Months ending 31st Sept. (To the Editor of the Southern Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 October 1900

The Coastal Farmers' Coopera tive Society, Ltd-, and Its Proerress Report for Six Months ending 31st Sept 1900. (To the Editor of the Southern Star.) Sin, — Under tho abovo heading nn adverti* mint has been appearing in many of tho South Coast newspapers purporting to bo a progress report of the working of the Coastal Farmers* Co-operativo Socioty Limited, for tho six months onding 21nt September. Tlio advertisement boars tho signature* of tho chairman nnd tho manager of tho socioty, and has thersforo boon issuod by the author ity of tho board of diioctors. This is to bo regTeuod, lor ino report contains ono para graph, in particular, which in a gross insult to thoflo who aro conducting tho business of Tho Farmora' Co»opontivo Company, I td. LiHo all statements emanating from The Coastal Farmora* Socioty, ttio direot object of the issuo of tho roport is to endeavor to injuro tho business of the company I havo tho honor to represent. Tho report, taken aa a wholo, is a master pieco of...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wolumla Creamery Company. FOR THE SOUTHERN STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 October 1900

Wolumla Creamery Company. | Fob tub Soutukbn 8tah. for t.iml] Tnifl oorapany haa, I boliero, hitherto boon unnotico 1 by the Press, although it was tho first butter comptny to start in the Boga district eithor on co-oporntive or proprietary lines At a meeting held at Mr. James Coehnino'a residenoo on thd- 25th March, 1893, the following motion was proposed by Mr. G M. Alton—' 'That, in viow ot tbo competition in tbo butter market and tho preferonco given U- factory*mado butter, it is tho opinion of this meotinir that tbo timo hn* arrived for tho furmors of thU neighbor* hood to form themsolvea into a compauy for tho purpose of forming a co-operative butter factory. Thia was aoconded by Mr. J. J. Smith and earned. Beforo 1893 was much oldor this motion was put into effect, aud eight flhari-holdfTs, with a capital of 560 shares, had started tho Wolumla Creamery U«J. 1MM snare nst niury uian | doubled since then, and the suppliers now number 2 ». Tho company purch.rswl Air. Coehnino'a ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 October 1900

Toe Bega arrived at TatKr* at 2 p.m* yesterday. Entries fcr the Bega D. J, plub'e Spring races close oo Tnesdaykt #80 p.m. The fruits of advertising— s towoetnao has invested in tbe 'Eaoyclopndia Brit* aonica.' We are pleased to iee the familiar faoe of Mrs. E. P. Ashdowo amongst as again. About 20 tons of batter por week are being sent away from the two Bega fac tories. It is reported that Private 'Jim' Symoods has succeeded ia joioioR tbe Moonted Police. Wednesday's wind has given the pas tures a different color to the bright green of a week ago. Frederick Moorb was fined £10, or two moobts' gaol, at Nowra for 'sweat* log' a horse. Mb. W. A. Kelly is aaataioiog his reputation as tbe craok rifle abot of this distriot at tbe National Rifle Association's meeting in Sydney. The high wind and dust-storm on Wed nesday prevented the playing of tbe matob Married v. Single, by tbe Odd fellow's Cricket Club. Fish are biting well on the coast and in tbe river. A victim informB us that mosqui...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 October 1900

, SALVATION ARMY, DEOA Every Sunday — Knoo Drill, 7 a.rn. Holincsa ^'?Si'v'.trn; 7P».° '* **'-? 3 ' m O W.ROWELL, Ensign. \%\)t ^tac, ' PtTBLTglTRD AT B BOA 0M WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 'Bb jiwt, and fear nDt ; let all tho ends thon airn'ot at be thy country's, thv God's, and truth's.' SATURDAY, OCrdBER 27, 1900

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 October 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON. ThnrwW TnE Knisor expresses the hope that the Auglo-German agreement will remain a future guarauteo that both ; countries will co opor&te in tho open markets of tho world. The foreign Ministers at Pekin aro conjoinuy aratting a basis ot settle mont, which will tako tho form of an ultimatum to the Chiuase. Owing to tho belief amongst the Boers that surrender meAQt donth or banishment, Lord Roberts baa i9sued a proclamation stating that voluntary surrenderors will meet with considerate treatment. Tbo Govornment of Holland ie indisposed to tolerate useless pro-Boer demonstrations. Fronoh ardor for tho Boor cause is cooling rapidly. Mr. \V. P. Scbroioor has rosignerl from the Cape Assembly. General Hunter is operating io eastern part of tbe Orango River. He burnt the village of Bothaville as a punishment for the continuous aoiping hy part of the inhabitauts. Mr. Chambbrlain delivered a great spoech at tbs Fishmongers' baoqnot. He said the hoadlioe of tho o...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 October 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS- I SYDNEY, Friday. | The sooond reading of the Industrial Arbitration Bill will bo rnoTod in tho Legislative Council next Wednesday. Tho Congregational Union passed rCBolutions in favor of the oarly closing of shops and public houses, also oup porting tho Guvornmont proposal to legislate will) regard to marriage bureaus. A Roman Catholic Missionary vras hurnod at tho Is'and of Guadaleanor by natives, who threaton to wipo awnj ovorything in the mission line. It is reported that tho Breolong blocks wero seen noar Quonedah yostorday. Tho Assembly occupied the wholo evooing disou.sing tho quostion of all-day sittings. Several members attempted amendments ; but tho Pre mier's motion was ul'imatoly carried with tho understanding that tho House is not to sit later than about 10 p.m. Tho second reading of tho Pacifio Cahlo Bill was passed. The Governmont is not likely to accopt tho Council's drastio amendments in the Early Closing Bill.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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An Extraordinary Dive From a Bicycle. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900

An Extraordinary Dive Prom a j Bicycle We have heard of many startling performances by professional gym nasts and athletes in connection with cycles, but none more start ling than the performance which a Chicago man named Marsh is now givine in America, which is neither more nor less than a dive of IoO feet with, or rather from, a bicycle. Marsh's peiformance is described thus: He uses a bicycle without chain, cranks or pedals ; simply the wheels, frame and handle bui.s; and in place of pedals are two rigid foot plates. With this bicycle he mounts a staging 150 feet high, which is provided with a steeply inclined plane of aoout 100 feet, when it terminates some 50 feet above the ground. Below is a basin situated some 30 feet from the foot of the ladder. This basin is about 40 feet long und 10 feet wide, and is filled with water to a good depth. Having mounted on to the top ot the inclined platform. Marsh mounts the machine by the help of an assistant, places his feet on the foot pla...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blowing Up the "Great Wall" of China. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900

Blowing Up the 'Great Wall' of China. It took 2,000,000 men, working for ten years, to build the Great Wall of China. Kven then tunny parts of the wall wete already there for the men to link togetb.r. Th ? earlier sec tions were built 3322 years before tbo birth of C'liri.st. The final wall was completed in 204 H.c. Now, more than 2,000 years later, 'he wall is lo be blown up by dynami'e, to ?uit the modern idea of prooiv-s. It will be destroyed iu a twinkling — it was built in thirty centuries. An interesting and striking ob ject-lesson in China's whimsical transition in a few years, from superstitious stagnation to ptactical advancement, is fuiu:«heii in the proposition to blow the old wall int i ruins. Tbe proposition eman ates from the present rulut of China, the Dowager-Empress, Shu is it remarkable old woman, this Dow ager-Empress, to have been evolved by a country like China. The wall has heeti the pride of the Mongolians all their lives. They have been reared on it from chil...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Powers of Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900

The Powers of Woman Till: intuitive powers of women are certainly greater than those of men. Her perceptions aro more acute, ber uiiprehensiotis quicker : and she has a ii'iniirkable pn-cer of interpreline tlie feelings of others, which uive' tn her not onlv a much more ready sympi'h) with these, l-''t that power of guiding her action' an iih In bo in acciirdnnce wi'li tlieni. which we call tact. This tact lu-nrs a close coiri spomlencc with tho adnptivRiicss to particular ends which, we see in instinctive actions. In mu'ar'1 to the inferior develop tn -lit of her intellectual powers, thcrcf ire, and in the predominance of the intuitive, woman must be considered as ranking helow man; but in the .superior purity nnd ele vation or l or feelings she is highly rai-ed above him. Her whole char acter, physical as well as corporeal, is beautifully adapted to supply whit is deficient in rann, and t-- eluvHtu nnd refine those powers which might otherwise be directed to low nnd selfish object...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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AS YOU LIKE IT! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900

AS YOU LIKE If ! [Bv Narrioa Jack.] The latest. Why is Lord Ro'icrtn like n two-hnduil coin 1 — Rjchuko lie won't turn tail. A man out Wp»1 recently ndvertiniul a» 'extricl of fowl.' W|\«t h limit iIib 'Co'-nrgi» Cliroiiiclu' as 'extract of donkny 1' '0 ail Suva tli® Qutwn' in tanu 20 InngUH^pft. And not long ago a Bi'KI c iilicring tried to sing it in ulinut 20 dilT. rtint Hii«. Among t lie Kola of Central Indin n bImiii always accunnuninH a ui-il din;;. In N«w South Wales a lialit generally occur* nftrr ilir Iionpyiiionn. I have juttt leal tied from a work mi natural hi-tnry ilmt k in-i ti^ i» known nmong't -Iih Auntralinn liUrli-, tlie M'lnlii-x, l'ti| uanx, hiiiI Kfquin nnx. We will thus mil bo likely tu Iihvi. tlm illiiHtrnted papeis Hlinvinu us Jnutny Governor indulging in wlmt Momaiune de8iit-inted ah ''the one pe.nl of a mo.nent' with hin Kth- 1 lielurt! depart ing into etorni'y. ... In a certain well known town on ill* s lutli Coast, not lontj a^n, a }Oung nmn j lined tho S...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900

*55'°00 | OUR ORA.HTD I £5.000 ; ? OBNITHOIjOGIO A L CONTEST. ? ? OOMRTHlTNd mitiroly now and iutore^tinvr . what you are to do. You iniy il', fash. Our rnnlot in In coo «-hi ran milk- llio largest lint of nones (or Kind.Hj of lilrd«.fiu„i tl,o follow lti(r list «f letters: ? WDOOOCCKQUL.IAPRTARIDG ESPNIELVEBRDI'MWADOHTL linn (?' *''a7!C08n''! a «ird nnylhinif bclriniHnu- to the feathered trilie, whether it bo a ?mm\ «T' Singer .orjiny oih-rkind. You can use any luttor n* many times to make n ? Bppeaw in tho li*f nf lettor* above ; foi instunee, Wooleouk, Plover, Snow llird, !° Ppr«nT s who run nuke a lint of '2 ft or mora 'different name* of birds, wo will ifiv ubHolutely fr UKK a beautiful prize vuluu £200 or lcm big prizes awarded daily. ^*OU ^avo mntlo out \ntir llHt HI! out tho line on (lie bottom of this adv. and nci,d fti iw with stnmptd, uddres»-cil etivelopo, then if you are awarded a prfx« you oan if you UoHiro got tho prizo by booouii.ig a subscriber tr The 1 Tain nn' a W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900

?J^ENTISTUT MR. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CARl'-STRHKT, BEGA, Opposite School or ArtH, CROWN AND BRIDGE WOltK A SPECIALITY. E N T I 8 T R Y F. G. 1IEADY DENTIST. Forraanent Address : — CARP-ST., BEGA. ILLA.WAKKA steam navi gation COMPANY. A STE AM E R WILL LBA.VB SYDtfKY evory MONDAY and WED NESDAY, at noon EDEN' every WEDNESDAY at S a.m., and SATURDAY, 6 a.m. MERIMBULA, every WEDNKSDAY.at 0.30 a.m., and SATURDAY at 7.30 a.m. TATSRA, every WEDNESDAY at lla.m and SATURDAY at noou. Passengers* fares: Saloon 30a., leturn 45s. ; steerage 16a., return 22a. 6d. No charge for meals on board during tho passage. A. C TURNER, Manager.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900

Government Xoticc Government Architect's Office, Goulburn, 27th October, 1900. rpENDEUS, addressed to tho Clerk of I Petty Sessions at Goulburn, and en dorsed ' TENDERS for REPAIRS, (JUS TOMS OFFICE, EDEN,' will be received up to noon on Wednesday, tho 14th riovom ber, 1000, for Repairs CuBtotns Office, Eden. Plans and Specifications aro to be seen, and forms of tendor obtained, at tho Courthoases, Bega, Moruya, aod Eden. ERNEST E. &OI8SIER, Diatrict Arotitect. 126. ?

Publication Title: Southern Star
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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900

EVENTS TO COME. Begs School of Arts Dubatlog Club moets ovory altornato Friday Ladies' Lodge of tho O.U.O.O.p. moots Thursday fortnightly Loyal Princo Alfrod Lodge, M.U., moots on Mon day. ronlng Star' Lodgo, I.O.O.P., meota on Monday Masonic Lodge, Bega meet* ou Second Tuesday In eaob month, Bega A., P. »nd H. Socloty's Commlttoo meets first Tuesday of tho mootu. First Tuesday in each month, Council Ooo^amplars meet every Tnoaday Common* Trustees meet last Tuesday in each mouth rfoapita! OommltU^, meets Bocoud Wodnesday in each month - Bega JtonoTilent Society moots'socond Tnosday In oaib tnontb flohoolof Arts Coramlttoo moots First Thursday In each month f Information invited from Secretaries)

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900

FOR THE SEASON 1900. a. j. disher¥co. HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE GOODS IPOIR, THIS SE^SOUST, S3* SPECIALLY SELECTED BY Mil DISI1ER, — Ann — BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH! SPOT CASH! CALL and IBTSJPEOT BEFORE malting Your Purchases ELSEWHERE, CASH PRICES! . And the ONE PRICE to Everyone — AT THIS — iii ail mm store, ? - - - BEGA C ' 8 9 PflLINQ'5 I PI4N05 j 7 are far above the many » 7 common place Instruments a 7 on the market, and MUCH S A CHEAPER. & C ^a*a*0g'eS FREE. 3 * Sole Agents for v $ . STEINWAY 2 7 rth BRINSMEAD 2 a yu FEU RICH & X ^ LiIPP & SOHN & X GORS & KALLMANN * 7 UEBEL - ECKE st* jj 2 VICTOR ♦ 7[V 1 £ BELLING & »\ V C ESTEY ORGANS. V L EVERY KNOWN 9 £ MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 5 £ STOCKED — ^ * 7 Strings and Fittings, j W.H.PALINC&CO., J{ LiniTED, 2 7 338 CEORCE STREET, 2 C SYDNEY, . jj LOST. Oil Saturday but, Letwcon Can delo and Bega, a Ijidy'a FUR BOA. Howard on return to 'STAR' OFFICE. Found— a pocket-b...

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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900

SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. The Coastal Farmers' C#-op. Socioty ro pert on Oct. 17th Butter—Best factory 9d, 2nd quality 8d to 8}d, pastry 6d to 7d. f ocal safes very satisfactory all week, to* dny's cable frein I/ondon reads as follows: — 'The hotter market is quiet, with rather loss demand. Colonial is unch m;rod' choic est at UOs to 1 12s, and secondary at 9G« to HMs. D .uUh is strong and 4a higher at 1248. Tho ??Victoria** butter arrived in excellent condition. Bacon— hand cured Cd to Ojd, machino cured 5Jd. llama— hand cun»H 8d, machine ourcd 7d to 7jd. Ltird — bulk 3jd, bladder 4d to 4}d. packets 5d. Cheese— choicest 5d, 2nd quality 4d to 4jd. E*rgs — Northern 6d to Gid, Southern C.Jd to tijd, Fowls 2/9 to 3/3, choice young roosters to 3/3. Ducks 3/3 to 3/G. Ger^e Cm to 7/C. Turkeys — Hens da to 5/C, cocks 7s to 10s, extra heavy gobblers 10s to 12s.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900

'Shades Dick Turpiu ! Jimmy Govermr has been captured ; but tell it not in Gath ! Such was tbo substance of a story told 'Bohemian1 on Saturday by a fellow tox-us' man. But this iudivi u:tf inclined to be sceptical on tho point ; nut that he is given to Pyrrhonism, but is aware with n great awareness that thero is a bodv in Bokk known as tho Practic»l Joke Club, aud pott- I sibly 'Bohemian's' informant had either bo« | como a member of the club or was ono of itn victims. Experienco tea lies one to b« j cautious, so a visit to the news' board at tbo ; Star office confirmed tbe information. This ; was surely sufficient excuse fur a little jub- I ilation, for had not tho prctitipe of the New I South Wales police una blacktraekers be»m j saved by a handful of pettier* ! As none of j tho town Hugs' woro anywhere to bo seen, j ?Jimmy Woods' was requisitioned and ehoutcd for. Tho first toast was 'More success to tho N.S.W. police' ; the next 'Short lifo to Joo Governor,' aud when 'Nosey Bo...

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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF NOVEMBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OP NOVEMBER. CIIUKCfl OF ENGLAND Every Sunday, morning at 11, aud urculng at 7.80 ' Sunday, 11th— Numbngga, S Sunday, 118th— Tanja, 8 Sunday, 25th— Wallagoot, 8 DKCsxnsa Sunday, 9th— Tanja, 8 Sunday, IfitJi— Brogo. Mr CnrtiV, S Sunday, 23rd— N'umbogga, 8 Tnp0dar- 2Ath— Tar ja, 9 Thursday, 6 p.m., Clioix practice F. BEYAN, B.A.

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