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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 November 1900

FOR THE SEASON 1900. A. J. DI8HER&~C0;- HAVE NOW OPENED THEIE FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE GOODS S'OH/ THIS SEASON', 5K?' SPECIALLY SELECTED BY MR DISHEIt, j — and — BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH! SPOT CASH! ? CALL ana IWS^EIOT BEFORE making Your Purchases ELSEWHERE. CASH PRICES! And the ONE PRICE to Everyone — AT THE - III PUS um. STQ&S, - - - - 'RTmG-.A. 1 * ? ? PflLlNQ'5 FWN05 7 are far above the many L 7 common place Instruments -j 2 on the market, and MUCH * J CHEAPER. & V Catalogues FREE. jj C Sole Agents for y V . STEIN WAY 5 T rth BRINSMEAD 2 ? Q°0 FEURICH 2 ? ^ LIPP & SOHN £ ? GORS & KALLMANN J) 2 UEBEL - ECKE s.Ja * 2 VICTOR ♦ /IV / C BELLING & I y i C ESTEY ORGANS. 9 t EVERY KNOWN 1 C MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 1 J STOCKED - A Strings and Fittings, W.H.PALINC&GO.J V LIHITED, V 2 338 GEORGE STREET, 2 I SYDNEY, . 5

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 November 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friduy. A larqb volamo of all-roand bolting wan rocordoil ypstorcUy. Mr. H. Oxenham informs uu that the following p ices Hio now obtainable. For Tin' Derby, for which tbore nra only 3 ncceptorx, C to i on MalntiT, C to 4 against Kinqlikn 5 io ono BHrimroHtiii. Fur Atell-ourna Cup, Lb Curnlitno 14, Tuiquin 16, Merriwoa 10, Wait-a-Bit 33, (Jiiuplori 40, Georjjo FreJerick 12, Mori 20, Severity 10, Dirk Hnmmir hand 40, B'uo Mptal 33, BaliKtite !)0, Cornquiat 75. Cyaniilo 50, War God 10, Malstor 20. Tho Bride 50, Lancnater 7, Ruvenuo 25, ICaaba 25, Fleet Admiral 50, Horace 16, Kinglike 20, Olnan Sweep 33, Alix 33, Grizzle 50, C'irbioier 100, Barbaro-Bk 25, Bon Bolt II 10, Burronn-o 75. At proBeot the market in somewhat nnsottled. Grans pun is lavoritu for the Maribyrnong Vlato. Severity and La Carabine are joint favorites for Melbourne Stakes. Thero was a largo attendance at tho Governor's farewell Itvet at Govern ment House. His Excellency subse quently left by ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 November 1900

Priaoo Ohristiao Viotor of Schlea* wig-Holstein, grandson of her Majesty the Queen, has died at Protoria of enteric fever. A crushing of 31 tons of stone from the Lady AmdiJ/t mine, Long Flat, Guncagai', yielded 7Joz.~o£ gold to the ton. Cattle were cheaper at Homebush on Monday than for some consider able time past, best beef bein^ worth about 22s 6d per 1001b. Rene, a native footballer, who went to England in 1889, while attempting to board h moving train in New Zealund, fell, and was cut to pieces.

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 November 1900

Public Meeting. I Puiisuant to requisition, a puMic moot ing wa^ held in the Sohool of Atih, on ! Tacsday nulit last, for tho purposo of taking hum s to saitahly commnmor* j ate tho Hnrvicus rendered iho Empire in the Sou'h African War by tnnn from this district. Mr. Blium (mayor) pre sided, aud the following gontlouion wore presont : - Mcs?r« K. I. Poll, A. Thompson, J. M. L»'p, G. E, Brooks, II. M. BlomfioM, P. Ko-rnthall, Rov. Mr. Bovun, G. ai.d VV. Boardman, C. J. Cunningham, II. McDonald, E. Wilson, F. O. Heady, J. Abrahams, 8. M. Uodd, H. M. Merman, J. Dorrington, J. K. Lawson, A. J. Masnn, N. Shluls, T. J. Filzpatrick, P. W. Tallin ton, H. M. Cowdroy, P*r 80DR Tho chairman read tho rpquUition Cnlliog tho nieetiug, And h ated that it afforded him great pleasure to call tho meeting, bocau&o thousands desired to placo on record tho services rendered tho Empire by tbe brivo follows who went from this district to Soit'h Africa, foino of whotn lef ' their anlicm thero for t...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 November 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. General French captured maoy mobs of cattle, and killed or captured a hundred Boers. Tbe Hamburg High Court has placed an embargo upon thirty chesta of Transvaal bar gofd, which was found aboard tbo steadier Buodesrath, at the instance of Great-Britain. It is reported at 'Pretoria that the Boers are awaitiug the result of Kruger'e European visit before sur* rendering. A tumultuous disoussion has oc ourred in the Hungarian Parliament with regard to the succession to the throne. The Boers attacked Colonel Paget at Pieo^r's Biver. ' Colonel Paget vigorously replied, inflicting heavy loss, capturiog 26 Boers aod an im* moose quantity of stock. Io ooe week (her -British oaptured stock valued at half a million sterling. After capturing' a British out-post and 90 men. .near Geneva, 150 Boers bailed up the Capetown mail train, whioh they expected. ' The passengers fired the train. At the approaoh of an armored traia the B^ers iled, leav* ing all the British ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AS YOU LIKE IT! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

AS YOU LIKE IT! I [Br Narrioa Jack.] (I'cr-wliillikinn I Slmnl I ItwM l Sll -| ceod ill her Ki'liemn or UomiuatiiijJ Ahi», j sli- will lipi-ninp iiiiilrt'M) ol »' I'''1 | 'hull 80 '.000,0)0 ppnp'r. Wlw'd lltve thought it. Nearly onr-tliir' nf ilin Biiiisli soMiem in In* tlia are tola! ahntaiiier*. 'Tommy' is not such a twr-tliewor, nftPV all I WIiitp is it i»n!ni» in bIoii 1 \ N''W Yoilc man lias a tonga** tna.Ii' of ruti tier, which reula on a pivm fct Ih-cwpoii tin* I»nth. He can talk ilininelly anil froely, ami rati wiili ? ? ? Hn.iril in thn rofr»'iinicnt room at tho Klowrr Show last wf-k Yonne man : 'May I .it on yom ri((lit hand I' Voiiiik Imly, quilr innoo-nily : 'I think you hail belter sit nn a chair.' In India some of the h*l« measure nix feet across llio wing*. II'* that's no'hiuB. In Bega lome fo* yeiira ago a cricketer |-os»rij*e(l a '-a' about len fei t in wiilth, and men t ow living tell how iheir li-arm were broken iu iry ti^ 10 gel that mnn'a wickut. ... A scientist...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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The Shooting of Joe Governor. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

The Shooiin? of Joe Governor Job Governor was shot dead at o o'clocic on Wednesday tnorniug last at Sir. Loder's station, 10 mile a from St Cluir and about *24 mile* from Singleton, by Mr. John 'Wilkin- sun. John Wilkinson nnd his brother at 3 a. in cumo upon J00 Governor when he watt asleep. 1 hey called upon him to Hurrendcr, and he jumped up tit hearing them and ran. Wilkin-on tired, and Governor firoa back. After several shots were exchanged Joo Governor fell dend into a watcrholu. Mr. Wilkinson fent u nephew into Hnglcton with tho news, which wan contained in a letter to Servant Moylou. Mr. Wilkinson and hid brother remained with tbe body. 8«rgeant Movlon ard Cma'able Bourke left with a conveyance to bring the body in. Tho fol'owing is the letter received from Mr. Wilkinson: — 'I had a severe encounter with Joo Governor this morning at Ave o'clock on my property, known hh Glenroek, on the Talbrook Creek, about 24 mile* north of Singleton. Sevcu shots wero exchanged, which ended...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Scene in the House. MR. NORTON REMOVED. SOME EXTRAORDINARY LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

Scene in the House- j MR. NORTON REMOVED. SOME EXTRAORDINARY LANGUAGE. . AN iinpleusunt incident liuppeneil in the Leptislrttivo Assembly on Friday mnrninir, which -tenulted in the member for Niirihnmberliind being summarily eji-cipd from the Chamber. TIik Coiiimonweiilth 1 ? i.. Uill ? ? 1 ? .1! . Arrniiuriiieui' ?»«» miner nii cusnion «t the (imp, and Sir Win. Lyne t ok ncea-mm to remark, in conmc'ii-n with Lord Bpniiclmmp vacating (5 ivemmrnt Hunsn, to make room for the GnvernnrGene ral, that he knpw the Inriner wai very sorry to Ipiivb the colony. 'Oh, nnd f nm very .sorry, ton I' cx clftitnnl Mr. Norton .sarcastically. 'Soma pem'le »re sorry that he left,' s-aid Mr. A*lilnn, .-lmvly. 'Weil, nut tlin p»or,' replied Mr. Norton. Mr. A--hton said something i else, iiiiindihln t' ihe press callcry, | to which Mr N'-rtmi excitedly re plied, 'By (J ? , ho in a snob, and ad ? tln'nir.' These remarks created ft sensa tinn in the Chamber. There were lo'td cries i-f 'Order' and 'Shame.' i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING— Dr. Oflbnrnoaayv: '? I una SANDER & SONS' EUCALYP TI BXTBAOT aB a apray for nasal ca tarrh, low fo»or, asthma, &o., witb groat BUCC69R* I find tbis preparation .nporior to all others.' Dr. Stabl : ?? I havo used various preparations of Eucalyptus, but I cot bettor results from SANDER aqd SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT thao from any other.' Dr. Prostou : 'I noTor uso any Eucalyptus proparatioD other than SANDEU & SONS, and I found tbo others to bo almost useloea.' Di. Hart: 'It eo'» without laying that SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is tho best iu the markot.' In influenia, all fovers. throat and lung trouble, diphthoria diarrhoea, dysoutry, kidnoy complaints, rhoiimati*m, wounds, snrains: ulcers. &o., it is inTaluabla. Soo that you get SANDER & SONS', and re ioot spurious proparaiona, whioh are domotimoa supplied by unactupuloua «oalore.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

WANTKD TO PURCHASE DAIRY FARM. rarticulara to bo for warded to W. RIXOK, Auctioneer. WANTKD— A Good Goneral Servant.— Apply MRS B. A. BLOMFIKLD, Commercial Bank, Candolo. WANTED— A «nmrtt intelligent, and well'cducated LAD for tbo Printing Buainesa. Apply 'SOUTH KRV STAR' OFFICE. WANTED TO PURCHASE, on Timo Paymont, A (iOOD SEPARATOR, from 30 to 40 gallona per hour. Apply at onco to E. E. STANDEN, C&thcort. ANTED WANTED, by a Competent Dairyman with a family of S milkers, A LARGE DAIRY TO WORK, either on bhares or wages. For particulars apply at 'STAR' OFFICE. 0AUTION TO TRESPASSERS NOTICE ia hereby given to PAREVTS of CHILDREN that I intend keoping a nharp look-out for TRESPASSERS on MY PROPERTY at NEWTOWN, and anyone found thoroon will bo PROSECUTED with* out respect to perron*. A. NTCKLE. E D I C A L DURING my abpenco from Kcga my work wiil be carried on by a locum tononft, DR. WARREN PARSONS, who may be consulted at my rcaidenco on and after thlfl day. J MARSHALL. Bcgo, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

J^ENTIS T H Y MR, ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CA.KP-STRBKT, BEGA, Opposite School of Arts, l»- CROWN AND BRIDGE WOUK A SPECIALITY. yj EN T I STRY F. G. HEADY DENTIST. Permanent Address: — CARP-ST., BEGA. ILLAW A KRA STEAM NA VI GAT10N COMPANY. A STEAMER WILL LBA.VB SYDNEY ovory MONDAY and WED NESDAY* at noon EDENovery WEDNESDAY at S a.m., and SATURDAY, 0 a.m. MERIMBULA. ovory WEDNKSDAY, at 9.30 a.m., and SATURDAY at 7.30 a.m. TATHRA, ovory WEDNESDAY at 11 a. m and SATUttDAY at noon. Passengers' farea: Saloon 30a., loturn 45s. ; steerage 15s., return 22s. 6d. No oharge for meals on board during the passage. A. C TURNER, Maaftucr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

FOR THE SEASON 1900, A. J.isil CO. HAVE NOW OPENED theib FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE GOODS FOR THIS SEASON, {&* SPECIALLY SELECTED BY MR DISHER, — AND — BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH! SPOT CASH! CAUC. Etzxca. IKTSf^HCT BEFORE making Your Purchases ELSEWHERE. CASH PRICES! And the ONE PRICE to Everyone — AT THE — Hi GiSI ST QUE, - - - . BEC3-.A. ? ? MUSIC 4 POSTED DY f| RETURN. 1 ^ Tin Now | fi j Paling's I ' i Pianos & ! | Organs l| S ' Have I I stood | I '' the 1 | 1 TK'-' R I fc Mcnce their p ^ t\ Popularity. 9 S SKND i? J j OR GO TO * . VaraTKa.: B , (?/U I : * *'J* I * ^ M -W J h FC3 EV'RYTKi.iC MUSICAL I U Viisliiis ft Uanjos Fi Mandolins L '.utcharps K Concertinas Cornets S (iuitars E flutes £ I'olyphons E Accordeons ' [] fl U CATALOGUES FREE. j (LOWEST PRICES. fl J: PALING IS; ( j| 338 GZCFiGE ST., SYDNEY. |

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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

EVENTS TO COME. Boga School ot Aria Debating Clob meoU ovory alternate Friday Ladles' Lodgo of tfi« G.U.O.O.p. moots Thursday fortnightly Loyal I'rfiace Ailrsd Lodgo, M.U., moots on lion day. Toning Star' Lodge, I.O.O.P., moots on Monday Hasonlo Lodgo, Boga meoU on 8ocond Tuesday in each month* BegaA.tP.*nd H. Society's Committoo meets first Tuesday of tho month. First Taosday In each month. Council Good Templars meet ovory Tuesday Commons Trustees meet last Tuesday in each moot Hospital Cammittoe meets Second Wednesday in each month Bcga Honevitent Society meets socond Tuesday In each month School of Arts Committee incots First Thursday iu Obeli uiouth [InformalloninviUdfrom Secrctaria]

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

Tho Star is the chea|n»«t p»por in tbo district ? 4s per quarter ! bhow it to your friends. Just to hand by tho U*t English mail tho finest and larpo^t di«pWy nf storling Silvor. mounted Ladioa* Purse* and liair Bruiboa at leas than Sydnoy pricoa. kindly inspoot at A. Muolior a.— Adv. It is estimated by naturalists that of tho millions of egys laid by mosquitoes during a season, not one in ten produces a perfect insect, the greater number of these pests per ishitiL', uitlior in the c or in tho larval form, beinp devoured by fish, reptiles anil birds. Cutting from u 'wicked weekly* : 'Could it be possible tbat Marie Corollicver Jirl tho mnrringo column for a country pnyer P Wo only ask hec&uso wo find in tho 'Master Christian/ on page G01, 'I have seen these marriages consummated/ nnd wo think wo rccoyniso the touch.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING— Dr. Osbornesayp: '? I use SANDER & SONS' EUCALYP TI EXTRACT as a spray for uasal ca tarrh. low fever, asthma, &c., with great success. I find tbis preparation superior to all others.' Dr. Stabl : 14 1 have used various prepatations of Eucalyptus, but I ee* better rosults from SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than from aoy other.' Dr. Proston : 44 1 nevor use any Eucalyptus preparation other than SANDER & SONS', and I found the others to be almost usolesa.' Di. Hart: 44 It goes without saying tbat SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is the best in tbe market.' Io iuffueosa, all fevers, throat aud lung trouble, diphtheria diarrhoea, dysoutry, kidney complaints, rheumatism, wounds, sprains, ulcers, &o., it is invaluable. See that you get 8ANDER & SONS', and re ject spurious preparuions, whioh are dometimoi supplied by unscrupulous sottlord

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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. The Coastal Farmers* Co-oporativo Com pany report on 3rd itwt : — Boat fuctory butter tfd; second quality butter 8d to 8jd. The local market bus been brisk all tho week. To-day's cablo from London roads as fol lows: — 'The butter market is barely main tained. Choiceet Colonial in selling at 110*, a fow boxorf rea iising- 1 1 2* p t cwt. Danish butter is unchanged at 124s per owe. Tho Orizaba's butter arrivod in excellont condi tion.' Bocon, h ind cured, t*d to r.Jd ; machine curod, 5Jd ; good salo for light sides. Hrttn*, Sd. Lard, bulk 3jd, bladder 4dto4}d, packoU od ; in request. Cheese, 4jd to 5(1, second quality 3jd to 4d ; dull, the hulk of arrival* aru too uuw, soapy uud without flavor. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin report on 3rd inst Pig market has been asrain well supplied this wcck, and as the demand continues brisk, all priino qualities sold readily, whilst medium sor's wore a shade oasier. Prime quality bacon sorts are in strong roquost, and realising ...

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Death of a Pioneer. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

Death of a Pioneer Mr. John Keys, senior, diod at bis roei donco, Candolo, on Saturday morning last, after an oxtended illness. Mr. Koys 1 bad reaobed tbo ago of 81 yotre and oigbt j months, aud wan born in tho county | Tyrone, lroland. Deceased cauo to tho I colony with bin wifo in tbo forties, settling I in tbo famed lllawarra district for sotno years. In 18G3 Mr. Keys, togotbor with Mr. John Collins, boo., mado a journey into tbo Boga district in eoarch of fresh Colds, and so impressed were thoy with tbo placo tbat thoy decided to 'trek' tbitber with their families. We bolievo thoso wero tbo first lllawarra men to come this way, and they woro spoodily followed by scores of others, all of whom sue coodod in acquiring rich holdings. Mr, Koya used to toll of tbo graudeur of tbo pastures horo when ho first caw thorn, the Bra** being li ko flowing Uold* of wboat. In February of last -o«*r Mr. and Mrs. Keys celebrated their golden wedding by u bi^ pionic ou Cundelo Show ^inund, at whic...

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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF NOVEMBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST.JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

- CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF NOVEMBER. ClIURCH OF KNOLANI) ST. JOHN'S CHURCH HKOi. Every Sunday, morning at 11, and ovenlog at 7.30 Sunday, Uth— NumbuKgA, U 8unday, 18th— Tanla, 3 Suuday, Uth— Wallagoot, 3 OKCKMIHSB Sunday, 9th— Taoja, 8 Sunday, Ifltli— Brogo. Mr Curtis', 3 Sunday, 23rd— Hntnbagga, a Tuesday* 25th— Tar Ja, 3 Thursday, 8 p.ra., Cuolx practice F. BEVAN. B.A.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

General News Sir Frederick Darley will net as Lieutenant-Governor of N.S.W. until the mi'ld'e of next yar. The chief of tbe Russian mitsion at Paris owns the extraordinary name of Gonoral van Liarliarsky— a double liar. Tno remains oif Joe Governor havo been interred io an aticonsecraied por tion of th* Church of England- CeniH-' tcry at Singleton. Before. interment, tho brad of Joe GoVornor was re moved from the bodv. and forwarded to Sydney in Jfplrits, for ' fjorposes of future identification. ' ' While Jimmy Governor whb boing escorted to the stetmcr at .W'ngham he smoked a cigarette, and smiled at tbe ladies en route. The conviction of a Glen Innes auctioneer, fined for a breach of the. Early Ciloaiog ict for conducting an npen-airyBule after honrs^ has been quashediy tbe Suprem'e Court. ., ? Everjr branch of the British army will be Represented in the detachment of; troops cominc to Sydoey for . the Commonwealth inauguration. ; In bidding farewell to the. Auntia liun ftbldiera...

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PARIAH OF KAMERUEA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

pinisnor kamkruki Sunday, 4th— Kamonka 11(U.C.J Wolumla, (St Luke's) 8. South WolamU 7.80 Sunday, Uth— Bemboka, 11, UoglUa. 2JJ0. Tanta wanglo 7.80 Thursday, 15th— WolaraJ* (Mr Ifanlon's), II. Sunday, 18th — Wolumla, SU Luko's. 11. B.O Candolo, 7^0 Thursday, 92nd— Niagara, Jl. Sunday, tfth— Botuboka, 11 II.Ci Uogllla. 9.80 Tautawanglo, 7A) J. A, NEWTH. M.A., Rector

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