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IN IDLE MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
IN IDLE MOMENTS. [by BOHEMIAS.] 'I think them legislators is gsttin' too officious, was the opinion expressed by a viraeo who runs a fruit and lolly shop iu answer to a query re tbe tsbooing of Sunday selling. And that opinion just about coincides with the opinions of a groat many more. 'Tho law's a bass' was tho verdict of the irrenrossiblB asmuot Welle, ; but if that wofthy-or rather tbe master mind tbat ereated him — extBled at the present day he would give ub a slight varianoe and say that the law-maker, were a,80a. It a rather abaord anomaly that people should be peuahsed for selling ,he nece.aities of life on a Sunday whilst the par.on, who ''f ™P»I-Mble for the passing tin k; a JH U0 samples about taking .up bis Sunday onlleotion,. Although pooplo say that eh«*ity *beg'inB at home, , T6iy BV.duUt ,hllt 'hgious scrupu losity doesn t begin at the churoh.
PARISH OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
pintsnor KAMmrKi Sunday, 4th— Kamerxka 11 (H.C.J Wolamla, (St Lnko's) a. South Wolamla 7.80 Sunday, lltli — Bemboka, 11, Mogilla, 2J0, Tanta wangln 7^0 Thursday, 15th— Wolumla(Mr Ifanton's). 11. Sunday, 18th — Wolumla, St. Luke's. 11. U C Candflo, 7^0 Thurmlfty, 22nd— Niagara, Jl. Sundny, ?5th— Heuiboka, 11 K.C. Mogilla, 2^0 TauUwauglo, 7.33 J. A. NEWTH.M.A,, Rcctor !
Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
Debating Club O.f Friday evening last the Bega School of ArtH Debating Ciub held its last debate of the (.eason, aud the dis cussion waR perhaps tho most animated that has tak'-n place in connect on with tbe club. The guhjec; was 'Is modern civilisation a failure V There Was a GfOOd muster of m.-mtinru. And in unusually largo number ot ladies as listeners. Rev. M. Kirkpatrick, chair man of committees, presided. Tho dehnte was opened in tho nega tive by Mr. W.J. Cunningham, who spoko at length on thr- benefits which had accruod to humanity through the march of civilisation. Ho compared tho state of tho gaols in England now with what tlioy woro 100 years ago, and also tho groat advanco in educa tion, scioticoand invention. Thespeakor was proceoding to point out tho results of miisionnry work whon Mr Moriurty, of tho o'po3ition, objected to religious subjects be:ng introduced. After a deal of orgumont, Mr. Cunningham de cided to leave th» missionary field alone, and concludod his udilr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
ItimincKH l-lri-ctnr,v JOHN COLLIN, ARTISTIC TAILOR, -/Iiiii'cIi-nI I'ccli ADJOINING TWO HANK HOTEL. Material and Workmanship GUAHAN'i'KKl). PROMPT ATTENTION to OUHMIS. is- Call and Inspect Patterns. WHYMAN & BROOKS, COACH & BUGGY MJILDEUS, Ac., &c., Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALT, DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLES Mudo or Repaired on the Shortest Notice. fSr OUR PRICES are consistent with IIONISST WORKMANSHIP. IJUJK OUAMMAU SCHOOL, BEGA. — M x a t r n — REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Chriut'a Hospital and tho University of Txmdoti (First Div. Certificate), and cer cortificated by tho University of Melbourne, *Lute Senior Assistant Master at Eton (Q). TiSHMS and all information rany be ob tained on application. Evening Claws, Shorthand ClaHset', and Private Tuition for tho Universities. OCCIDENTAL. HOTEL, Comer of Carp and Auckl .md Streets, - B E G A. - MOST COMMODIOUS HOUSE in TOWN. CI --i' t-- Central Sale Yurdi-. f.K-sT nitAXDS of WINES, SPIRITS, mid...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
Spccial .IdnTtlsoim-iitH. FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING. A. HALL AND CO. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, eovuml In Kich Tapestry and Silic Flush Borders —Conch, two Armchairs, aud four Smull Curved Chairs. 6 Guinea*. A. HALL AND CO. BKPUOOM SUITK, Walnut Colour — Wardrobe, dre.M coo.pnrtraont, enolo«ed by plnto*gla*s door ; Duchesso DreM«inir Tablo to florresporid, Marbletrp Wash- j stand, 2 Chain*, utid Towel Rail £6 15h. | A. HALL AND CO. DINING-KOOM SDITE.Wry Stnmg-G Carrcd-buok Chairs, Pair fcosy Chairs, and Couch, nil Spriug-M'utcl. S,h 1»»h. A. HALL AND CO. KULTj-SIZB II ALP-TESTKK HKHSTEAD Kxtendod Footrail and brsM monnlcd ; Bost Kapok Mattrrss, Holster, and 2 Pillows, Tuple Wirw Muttre«H. £4 16.1 complete. A. HALL AND COMPANY, 561, 563, 565, and 567 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. IIALl/S New Catalogue, 72 Paget*, »00 Illustrations. Post Free, or at Ofllce of this Paper Uountry Orders packod froo. Open all day SATURDAY until 3 p.m Clone 1 p.m. WKDNKSDAY. Leave Tram at Liverpoo...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
The famous Eoglisb tenor, Mr. Sims Beevea, is dead. Major Murray, of the Now 8outh Wales Irish Rifles, has leftuCajjetown for England. Sergeant LaSBetter, of the New South WaIrm Rll.hmAn. WAR lritlait nf Buffelshoek on tbe 23rd. The weather throughout tbe country is hot and dry, and the crops have been effected. By the aid of Rontgen rays the presence of a taok in a child's lung has been discovered at Dathurst. A young man, Stephen Maunsoll, entered a gunsmith's shop in Biisbanp, and whilst examining a revolver shot himsolf dead. There ia overy prospcct of a scarcity of keroseno in the colonies between this and tho end of tho yeur, exports from the United States showing ? a decrease of over half a million cases since January last.
Road Work. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
Koad Work The following tondcrs wero opened on Mon day last in Bega— No. 18/1900-1- Bega to Bcrmagui. W. Manniug ? £tS9 0 0 J. Hayes ? 73 14 C J. Nybeck ? ? 78 10 0 J. Curran ? 82 0 0 F. Hcnwood ? ? 84 0 0 No. 19/1900-1 — Bega to BorraaguL F. Bonwood ? 160 7 6 J. Curraii ? ? 189 18 9 A. Talty ? ? 205 10 6 No. 20/1900*1 — Bermagui to Cobargo. A. Talty ? ? 216 0 0 J. Currnn ? ? 232 1 9 F. Hcnwood ? 254 16 8 No. 21/1900-1 — Bermagui to Cobargo. A. Talty ? 163 5 0 F. Henwood ? ? 240 0 3 J. Curran ? ? »;v. 215 10 0 No. 22/1900-1- Bermagui ? to- Tilba. ? A. Talty ? 144 6 0 F. Henwood 147 3 4 J. Curran 170 U 1 No. 23/1900-1— Cobafg^ to Wadbillign. James Hajres ? 104 2 2 F. Henwood ? .V. 113 16 0 John Cody ? ? ? 136 6 8 John Curran ? ? 148 19 6 For tlio supply of bridgo timber thoro woro two tenders— Thos. Hoorhcad'£44, and W. Manning- £56. ;
LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
LATEST CABLES. LONDON. Monday. Chinese pirates have looted a Britith steamer plying between Makoo and Hong Kong-Poin. Four arrests have been made. In the rout which General Barton inflicted on De Wet at Frederickstad, the Boers scattered in all directions. The British DBed their bavonets with great effect. More dead Boers have been found on the field, also thirty more wounded. Seventeen moie Brit ish haye been reported as wounded. A Biiti»h convoy, escorted by Cape Mounted Police, was attacked by the Boers under Viljoen, but was rescued oy the Imperial Yeomanry. Eighty Boers led by a Russian raided the Waschbanke railway station Natal, capturing a goods train and in juring the line. Fifteen thonBand Boers, diyided into small commandoes, are fighting in the Oiange River Colony.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Tuesday. Mn. Oxe.n'iiasi wired ns yeslorduy : — Twenty-five Oup candidates have cried content, leaving on'y forty-fi»e in ; Ibis number will probably bo reduced this afternoon by a score ; about 25 final acceptors are expected. Belting is practically suspended awaiting Gnat acccptances ; fnr the Derby, Malater is now at 5 to 4 on; Kingliko 2 to 1 agiiinnr ; Bailiarosso 5 to 1. The Hon. R. H. D. White, a mem ber of the L-gislative Council, is dead. Mr. Wis-o resigned Ilia s--at for Ash fi--ld »t a inOKting of tho Exi-cmivo 10 d»y. I Io will ?le appointed to the Upper H' use. Tho Premier states that he is satisfied that Mr. Wise's ap pointment will strengthen the Govern ment in the Council. He says that the arrangement has been contemplated (or sometime. Mr. Suttor will continue to act as Vice-President, but the Attorney General wilt assist bim. Mr. Wise will move tho second reading of the Industrial Arbitration Bill in tbo Counci' to-morrow. It is generally u...
Bega Co-operative Creamery. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
Be pa Co-operative Creamery- 1 Havino a oouple of hours to spare on Saturday aftoroooo last we paid a visit to tho Co-oporativo Butter Faotory at North Boga, which has now beon running suc cessfully for threo months. Our last visit was on 'opouing day,'* and tbo pro gross made since thon is truly surprising. The faotorv is uow as thoroughly completo for tbo maoufaoturo of a large output of butter as any lactory on the S Coast. We wero shown through tbo various dopart monts by tho maoagor, Mr. McVeigh, wbo, with sloevos up and apron on, looked all ovor a workor. Sinco our last visit wo noticed that a sooood concussion | cburo, of 500lbs capacity, has boon placod io tho buttor-room, and, with tho GOOlb nno, half a tou of butter is now mado in tho ono oburtiing. Those churns, which resomblo n large obiong box, work very smoothly, aud in tho opinion of tbo majority of factory tnanagors thoy give the bost ro*ults. The tbiug that on gtigos attontion most io ibis room is the buttor worker ...
Capture of Jimmy Governor. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
Capture of Jimmy Governor. Quite a fluttor of exoitoment was caused in town on Saturday last whon news came through that tho notorious outlaw, Jimmy Guvirnor, had boon woundod and capturod. Sinco tho Breolong murdors woro comtnittod on July 20th last— ovor throe months ago — tho namo of Jimmy and Joo Governor hns catinoil a feoling of torror in thousands of honrts, tho audncity of thoir crimes and tho way in which thoy oludod the police and trackers being unequalled io the long list of Australian desporndoos. It was at first thought that Joo bad also boon oapturod, but it turns out to bo un true. Mr. John M'Phorsnn, one of the party who captured Jitnmy Governor on Saturday, supplies tho following particulars : Mr. John Wallace was working at hit station, Bobin Crook, about a milo and a half from Bobin Post Office, hhresidonce, and oighte 'n miles from Wingham. On Friday bo had hie dinner, and at half past 3 ho went back and found that bo had boon robbod of his tucker, billycan, and ...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
WKSLKYAX; First Sunday in each month, Bega 11, lay sorvice Itumboka, 11. Mcringlo (Mr' S.' Johnstone'ii) 2.30. Bega, 7.80 Socond Sunday, Bogs, 11 (Commanton), and 7.30 young people's sorvlcc). B ogo, U Thlril bnnday, Boga, 11 and 7.30. Wolnmla, 3 Fourth Suuday, Bcga, 11 and 7.80, Candolo. 3 Filth Sunday (when occurring), Bega, 11 aud 7.80 Wolamla, 8 Wrkx EvKNtNO Meetikos akd Ssavicss Prayor Mooting Wednesday, 7.30 hoir practice, Friday, 7,80 JOHN SCITARKIE.
CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
OLIPPIN US- I Hungary leads in glass jewel pro. duction. Over 17,000 .styles of silk goods tire known lo dealt™. Pious Russians invariahlv abstain from eating pigeon?. Potatoes are native of Peru, and the Spaniards discovered them. The dyeing of ono piece of lii.un requires eighteen distinct processes. Tho Star ig tho clio.i|W paper in tho district — 4s per quarior 1 Show il to your friends. Coftee grows wild in iheSou Ian. It was lirst brought to Europe in 1 590. A needle factory in RsdditcS Stalford, makes 70,000,000 needles every week. Tho horseshoer cannot bo ex pected to do his work over again just because it looks Bhoildy. Tho French Government is ready to transport small torpedo boats by rail in case of war. Tho German Army boasts of eight women colonels — all, of course, purely honorary. Tbo wren often makes n dozen nests, leaving all but one unfinished nnd unused. Projectiles thrown by naval guns are shaped much ns the bullets shot by the ordinary rifle. The House of Rothsc...
SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
SALVATION ARMY, BEGA Even- 8nnday — Kneo Drill, 7 a.m. Holiness Mooting, 11 a.m. Froo and Easy, 8 p m. Settlement 2.46. balvatlon, 7.80. C W. ROWELL, EnBign. %\)t J&outfrejm ^-tac, FUULtSBBD AT BSOA ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. uBb just, and fear not: let all tho ends thou aim'st at bo thy country's, thy God's, and truth's.' ?. WEDNESDAY, OCIOBER 31. 1900 j
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 31 October 1900
Kiama won tho Rifle Club's Match at the Rifle Association meetiog, beat* ing the Ballarat team after a tie i A reward of £100 is offered b the Government for tho conviction o the person who shot Constable Ward last , week. I Scalp day next Saturday. Til £ II I a war r a S.N, Co. pays a ditiioud of 3s por sharn for tho half yoar. 52 APrr.TCANTa for tho position of pro bationary nurso at Wollnnpong Hospital. W0LIX-Na0N0 has had a plague of I moths, thousands of thom flying about I tho town. The Boga arrivod at Tathra at 1 p ro. ynstorday, having ran down from Syduoy in about 22 hours. Mr. D. Seroombb, of Tanjo, brouRht eomo fino now seasou't potatoos to town , yoHtorday, and found a ready ealo. Constable Lawronoo has returoed from his holiday trip and has again re sumed dutios. The 'South Ooaat Timos' states that | a oouplo of Wollongong horses, now iu ; train, will probably come to Uega Rsoes. TnE stoamer Otway, formorlr plving between Edon and Sydney for the l.S N Co., has gono on a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 November 1900
Life has no Chaims to those in BAD Health TAKE WEBBER'S YITADATIO. INDIGESTION. Abbotahill, Abbetsford, Dunedin, July 19, 1899. Mr. S. A. PALMER'. Dear Sir,— I may say that 1 have boon suffering vory severely from Indigostion for a great uumbor of yoars, and hare cried all kinds of medicines, but without any benefit. I am now using your YITADATIO, and find it tho.best of all.— I remain, Sir, yours truly, (Signed) M. A. THOMSON. ECZEMA AND INDIGESTION CUBED. FRE3U TESTIMONIALS DAILY. 177 St. John-at., Lauuceston, Mr. W. WEBBER. October, 1895. Dear Sir, — Having beon a great sufferer from Eczcma ati'l Indigestion for tbe last povon or oiglit yesu'K, and having tried a number of different kinds of medicinos with out any lasting beucht. I was induced to try your new herbal remedy 'Vitadatio,' hud am very thankful to say it has dore me a great deal of good. It is a splendid tonic, and us poverty of blood causes these two complaints, I can only say I am perfectly astonished at the differe...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 November 1900
A. U. Haumdkuq. from Sydnoy, visits I. o llega District togularly overy three muntbs with a grend selection of newest jewelry.' The Stak is tbe clienliest paper in the district — Is per quarter ! Show it to your friends. Scene: A country lani-; frosty morn ; church bells pealing merrily ; parson meets country yokel, leaning ugain=.t a gate, smoking a pipe ; yokel very denf. Parson : 'My fiiend, ho*v beauti fully those 'oells chime this moru ing.' Countryman : 'Eh ?' Parson: '1 am saying tliat the bells chiino most entrancing music on this beautiful frosty morn.' Countryman : 'Eh, mister, I can't hear a blessed word yer say for them darned bolls.' ? ? ? A lady lecturer, speaking at Blackburn, recently, said: — 'Yes, my friends 1 dinned total abstin ence into my husband's eais for tnauy a weary yepr — when he was sob r, when ho was inebriated, wheD he was in the throes o' delir ium. And at last he came to me and paid.'Anna.'you have. p.onqured ! and I throwed these here luvin' urnis a...