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SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

SALYATION ARMY, BEOA Every Sunday — Knoo Drill, 7 a.m. Holiness Meeting, 11 a.m. Frue and Easy, 8 p m. Settlement 8.45. Salvation, 7.80. C W. ROWELL, Ensign.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

Nothing will fry cri*p if it is wet. Observing little beothdr'n remark before a roomful of company: 'I know what made that red mark on Mary's nose : it was the rim of Mr. Parker 8 straw hat.' And yet there are girls who believe thnt little brothers never go to heaven ? To tiie Deaf — A rich lady, curod of hor Deafness aud Noises io the Hebd by Dr. Nicbolsou's Artificial Ear Drama, gaye £5,000 to bid Institute, so tbat deaf people unablo to procure tbe Bur Drums 1 may bave them free. Address. No. 144 I), The Nicholson Institute, -Loogoott j Gunne»sbury, London, \Y.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

It was not His Fault. Tbe man who sits down to bis supper and refuses to eat it is not likely to rise in tho es teem of his wife or of his couk. Excolleut cooks havo thrown up their situations, and gone off in a huff simply because the mastor of the house had casually remarked that there was a trifle too much salt in tho soup. Nevertheless, Mr. John Bennett, 'coording to his own story, failed to get any siiti-fuo- tion out of his meals for several years. Yet nobody complained of him, becauso it was not his fault. Ho would uot have dreaded : the coming of a meal time, as ho actually did dread it, had ho pos cssod the power to choose his owu ^feelings But alas! a deaf man may love inui-ic, or a blind one long vainly for tho Mght of re merabo'ed colors. 'From 1834 to 1889,' says Mr. Bennett, 'I whb a helpless victim of tbat tormentincr and incorrigible complaint— indigestion. How it camo on mo at the outset 1 cannot say. Ir is like waking up in the night and finding a thief in your hou...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

'I'll shine your shoes so's you'll see your fnce in 'em,' said the boy. '?How absurd !'* said Wilkins. 'Tin satisfied to see my feet in my nhoetf, without seeing my face in them.' It in snid thnt tho value of Peruvian bark was first discovered by the ract that tunicteil animam tn Put u were observed to gnaw thu bark of a certain tree. Men trie* J I the same -emedy with l»eueficial j result* — and quinine was given to | the world. ] First -Trump: 'What i* the i , matter uid Mike? tl« look* ns if . j life wasn't w«»nh livinV Second Tramp : 'That's jist how he feelj. Ye mind two days h^o a poor man fainted in frount of chat big house over yonder, *n' the kind lady nished out wid a bittlc o' brandy to restore 'im V 'I mind/' 'Well, Mike, he tried the fainting racket there this tnurnin', nn* th' ole lady rushed out th' same as before. But when sho seo'd Mike, she said, 'Poor feller, his pores is all stopped up so he can't breathe,' says she, i an' then she turned th' hose on 'im.'

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 November 1900

#35,000 | OUR ORAKTD I £5,000 OBNITHOLOGIO A.L CONTEST. j 0 OMF.TH I \G entirely now and intoroatinjj Read wlmt ynu arc to do. ^ ou may ; K-J. ^*00 cash. , Our contest is t-» see who can make tho largest list of names (or kinds) of birds from tho following list of letter*: Wdooocckquliaprtaridg espnielvebrdimwadohtl We will recognise nn n iiiril anything lielunyiiic to tlie foatherort Iribo, whethor it bo a 'en, Crow, Singtr or nny other kind. You oan uso any letter as many times to raako a name as it appears in the lint of letters ubovo ; foi insttinco. Woodeock. Plover, Snow Bird, otc. To any persoi s who can mako a list of 26 or more different names of bird*; wo will give absolutely KRKK h beautiful prize value U200 or less big prizes awarded daily. Whon you have mado nut M»ur list fill out tho lino on tho bottom of this adv. and send to 110 with stamped, nddrenHctl envelope, then if you nre awarded a prizo you oan if you desire got tho prizo by becoming a subscriber tr The J/'ow...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cost of Roval Visits. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

CostofRoval Visits. r/FitoM the 'Daily Mail.'V The proposed visit of the Duke ! ai.d Duchess of York to Auslnilia, will prove an expensive affair. -. Ki, minutely, hnwqvei, there is ivi measurim; f.ie gbml thu journey will do in ceinentiiii; the affection existing between the Australasian colonii-s and - ho mother ennntrv hy just the particular .sum the lour will co-it. It may cost us much as i lie Prince of Wales's visit to Can ada and the States. It certainly will nol be such an expensive nfluir tin the visit of the Prince of Wales t-i Indiu in 187'). Roughly speak ing, it was estimated at the time that the general expenses nf thut trip alouo amounted to £30,000. The east of the voyage out mid home und the movements of ihe Hurt as a result rin tho Ailmi-nliy into nn expenditure of £50,000, nnd the lluu-e uf Commons voted no less a sum tlmn X(JI),000 purely for the Prince's |-er.sonul expenses. This, howevei, wa* not all. As one of (lie most notable features of Oriental society h t...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dolly Iredale's Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

Dolly Irodale's Revenge (Ink nf tho faira-it fl..«eis in thi gieitt world's garden wa-i 'thn tlirt' — a (I ream nf nummer roses and tulle — ii hiiti'iting memory of mil linery on a June afternoon. Ti e suniliirio nf youth whm iipnii the jjirl's golden hair ; hut hehitid thu phmiii in lht4 liltio eves \nv tin. t/nv VrOI'I'l's.H Illlllll'll. 'My il.in K-litl-, Ii w c'iii|iosed y-iu look !'-hu- «i«.hi-i] its she threw iiurielf into n low ^nrden chair hy the .Miilu nf a Muni. ' Because, iny dear Dolly, I am enjoying mjirlf like it r.iii-'iisl cri'aturf,' Ihiic''*1- 'lieotlu-r. 'You fi'ol the heitl ?' 'Fuel the hi''!? 1 feel every ? thing,' replied the girl with h little extravngnni sigh. 'Such an after noon npiiriMsu-i »iie with the con .scioudiie.-iH of line's own liini'ation',' she mlded, glancing down upon lmr Hputless Httiii', und li-itlc.ssly wmi (lL-iing wllethvr the boiindiiiy lim of her allownni'u cnulil be .stri-trh'-d to meet thu need of u new inusliii. MJi is this st'ii-e nf ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

Advice to JfoTiiEns !— , Wo you broken in your rest by a sick child mifferiuR with tho pain of outtiug totth? Go ai onco to a cliem ? ist and get a bottle of M us Winslow's Sooin. no Stboy. It will relievo tlio poor sufforer immediately. It is purfectly harmless and pleauant to taste, it prodncos natural, quiet Bleep by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub wakes ' as bright as - button.' It soothes the cliil.), it softens tba rams, *lla;s all pnin, relieves wind, reguo Wen the bowels, aod is the best known 'xeiMdy for Jjrsonterjr and diarrhtoa, -whether arising from toetLing or other ''causes Mre-Wtofllow's Soothing Syrup is sold by modioire deale everywu^re at Is Hd por bottle.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

The earnings on tho New Soath Wales railways laat week amounted to nearly £90,000, which establishes a record. Queen Mario Amelie, of Portugal, swam to the assistance of a drowning man, at a poit near Lisbon, and saved bis life. An airest has been nude in New Zealand in connection with a sensa tional murder committed at Colchester, England, many years ago.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

VITADATI0, The GreatHerbalilJoodRsmedy GRAVEL. A Terrible Case of Suffering cured by the Use of Vitadntio Briabono-st., Luum-i -.tion, Tun. W Contain bogs to Inlimiiti- u- his many friends and the publia Keuurii'.lv that Vita dntio, Hint marvellous remo ly. l-» woikod a miracle. I hiivn snffo.-ed for ninny ycaw from Uravul and Liver Complainta, which brought about n oomplit.atiuii of Uiscasi-s. Some twelvo mouths ago I had a Paralytin ! Struke whioh almost proved fatul. 1 got | about aguiu, but it loft me with Asthma und Bronchitis, which up to two montlu hack I could get nothing to reliove me of. I was Hilvisod to try your Vitmlslio. I did »??. before I had h-w-n taking it a week I begun to improve, and havo dotio t*o up to tho present titno. 1 continued 3*our mi'diuino. Up to time, I am feeling bettor than 1 have done for yom.-Viran faithfully, (Signed) \V. CUSTAIK. To Jlr. WKB11KU September 2i, 1393. GRAY K L. Parade Norwoo-!, South Australiu, 2u/f,/9-). Uorrespondont^in writingf...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF NOVEMBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. UONTIl OF NOVKMUBR. CHURCH OF KSOLMil) Eve ry Sunilav. rooming at II, «nd weniiiK «t 7^0 HuiMuy, llth— NamliUKIM, » -? Sunday, IStli-TanJa, 8 Sunday, -JStli— Wallngoot, 3 DRCRKBKR Sanday, OUi-TaiiJa, 3 Saudav, IBUi-UrOHo. Mr Curtis', 3 Sunday, 23rd— NumbugRa, S Tuesday, 2SUi-Tar Ja, 3 Thursday, 8 p.m., Cliuli practice F. IIEVAS, B.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

temm Separators, Pasteurisers, Coolers ? C AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. £ C Writ* for particulars to # S J. GOMMESEN & CO., Dairy Engineers, - C 22 to 26 WILSON ST., NEWTOWN, SYDNEY, £ A Nervous Breakdown. ALL TREATMENTS FAIL, But CLEMENTS TONIC CURES. (bt our arictii. ntroRTsn.) ' I am btuy now, but if you w ill call in the couru of halfiui-hour I thall be pli-ai«l to answer any question! on the mbjcot of my cure.' ThUwat the answer furuuhwl to our reporter by Mr. J. S. Myers, proprietor of the Auburn Bakery, Hal row Road, Auburn, near Sydney. C'omoquen'ly our reporler callcdagaio at Mr.Myura' residence, and was ihuwii into tUc Ucuwiug-room, where that gentleman shortly afterwards a|ipe»re-I. ' Wlmt was tho cause o( your illue»«, asked llio reporter !' ' I cannot tell yon vrith certainty,' replied Mr. Mjer», ' but ai I come of a pailic'l.«ily healthy and lonc-livcd family I am inclined to think my illness was tho result of an accident. A Fall from a Horao, when I wm about 14 ...

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

[?] Thursday. 16th-Wolnmta (Mr lUnlon's). 11. Thursday. 2iml— Niagara, Jl. J. A. ?JJEWT1I. SI.A, Rector

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

An anti-Sunday closing demonstra tion was held on Tuesday night at the Frotcslaiit-uull, which was filled to overflowing. Tbo law under which tbo shops are clos'J on Sunday was denounced as 'old and obsolete.'

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

CATHOLIC PRESBYTERIAN. Boga, every Snndayat 11 and 7J0 Candolo, tho First Sunday of c«cli month at 3 Wolnmla, tho Second Sunday of racli Month .t 1 K.moroka,th. 3rd SundayTn mc™ month 2 8 llrogo, the Fourth Sunday of cacti Month nt 3 Choir Practico at 8 p.m. every Friday. ? M. KIBKl'ATBICK. B.A,

Publication Title: Southern Star
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HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! Some quoer storios about tho way tho ropes woro pullod with regard to tho sito of the new oomotory ; and That thoso who did not want any ol tbo roaorvo taken away worked tho mat ter Tory well ; and That instead of a site being eurvoyed along tho Candolo road tbo surveyor wan laEoo to toe otner mao oi mo reserve. That a van hnrao ehould (t)romp homo in the Spring Handicap on Wodnoeday. That tho Uega encketors vioitinf; Co barRO on Monday will hayo a hollow day if 'Banji' liarrett gota going. That tho Star was wrons aomo timo ago in atating that kisaing waa unknown emoDget tho blacks ; and That it h Tory much known amongst loot blacks. That the Melbourne Cup wns the cap ot bitterness for not a few who backed tho wrong horse. That the lootl pubs did a great busi ness in long beers on Thursday. That although 'make lm_T wliile the bud shines' is a trite maxim, still thore ia Tory little of hay to make. That Bonie folks object to bo con gratulated when it is known or sur...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

WKSLBTAN. First Sunday in each montli, Bctra II. lov servlcn iwJO '? Meri°gl° 1Mr a-^n.iZ^llIS. Second Sunday, Boga, 11 (Communion) and 7 an young people's serrlco). B ogo, 3 '' m Third Sunday, Boga, 11 and 7J0. Wolnmla, 3 Fmi Kh j'1'1,''; B0g11' ' a,ncl 1-W- Cndrlo. 3 WolnmW'''1''' ooonrrl°8»' ''*«. » ?'?- 1M Wkix Evbxiko Meetixos akd Sihvickb Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7.B0 hoir practice, Friday, 7.80 JOHN BCIIARKIE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

FOR THE SEASON 1900. A. J. DISHER^O. HAVE NOW /iCl_'dJEir -^ OPENED THEIE FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE GOODS :fo:r, tecis season, ©3' specially selected by mr disheu, — 1-'D — BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH! SPOT CASH! CALL aaad I3S0'SJE»EICJri: BEFORE making Your Purchases ELSEWHERE. CASH PRICES! And the ONE PBIOE to Everyone — AT THE — : j PflLINQ'5 I PIflN05 j 7 are far above the many 2j * 7 common place instruments k Y on the market, and MUCH h 7 CHEAPER. k \ Catalogues FREE. 5 C Sole Agents for V V . STEINWAY 2 T rjft BRINSMEAD 2 ? UU PEURICH I J ^ LIPP & SOHN k Y GORS & KALLMANN k ? UEBEL-ECKE ^T.v * £ VICTOR ♦ Ylv * C BELLING & 'V 5 I ESTEY ORGANS. V L EVERY KNOWN 6 ? MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 9 g STOCKED — -=- *j fi Strings and Fittings. 1 I W.H.PAUNC&CO., 5 V LiniTED, i I 338 CEORGE STREET, k I SYDNEY8 . 2 I.-ocal Agent— 12. .S. Il-ir-liik«!i*. Whoro further information may bo obtained WANTED — A GOOD GKNERAL SKttVANT. Apiily at onco to lli(- METROPOLITAN HOTEL. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

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Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

SlUHiuenH directory lOHN COLLIN, ARTISTIC TAILOR, Church-street, Uuga, ADJOINING THK 1SAXK IIOTKl,. Material and Workmanship QUABANTKhU. PROMPT ATTENTION to OnPEIt3. »3' Call and Inspect Patterns. 'WHYMAN & BR00K8T COA.OH & BUGGY BUILDERS, &c, to., Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STF1EET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIITIONS of VEHICLES Mado or Ropairod on tho Shortoat Notice. r3' OUR PRICES aro con»i»tent with HONEST WORKMANSHIP. rpHE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Christ's Hospital and tho Univornity of London (First Div. Certificate), and oer certificated by tho University of Molbourna, ; Late Senior ^ssistant Master at Eton (Q). TfiRMS and all informaUon may bo ob. tamed on application. (3- Evening Clawen, ShoHhand Classes, and Private Tuition for tho Univonutioa. OCCIDENTAL HOTtl, Corner of Carp and Auckland Street*, -BEGA.— MOST COMMODIOUS HOUSE in TOWN. CliflO to Control Sale Ynrdn. BEST BRANDS of WINES, SPIRITS, and 11KBKS. 43' i1 |rt-c1*-i3 tiblk ...

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