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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

EVENTS TO CO1IE. Boga School o( Arts Debating Club meets evorr alternato FrMay Ladles' LoJBO of tho G.U.O.O.*1. nwots Thursday fortnightly Loyal Prlnco Alfrod Loilgo, M.U., moeti on Mod day. Toning Star' Lodgo, I.O.O.F., mccta on Monday UaBonlo Lodge, Boga meets on Soconi) Tuesday in eaoh month, Boga A., P. and H. Society's Commlttco mcoU flrat Tnoaday of the mouth. First Tuesday Id each month, Council Good Tomplurs moot ovory Tnosday Common9Tra9tceameatIaBt Tuesday In oach moot iloapltul CsmmiUoo mtota Socoml Wcdnosday In Boga Bonovilont Society meets second TuoBday In Bohool of Arts Committee moots First Thursday In each month (informatloninMcdfnn 3€cntaria}

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

Special AilwrtiscmcntH. I FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING. A. HALL AND CO. DRAWING -KOOJt SUITE, covered in Itich Tapestry and Silrt l'lusl, Borders — Couch, two Armchairs, and four Small Curved Chairs. 6 Guinea*. A. HALL AND CO. BEDROOM SUITE, Walnut Colour — Wardrobo, dress con.pnrtmont, onclosod by plato-glass door ; Duohesso Dnmriuir Tablo lo correspond, Marblotrp Wash stand, i Chairs, mid Towel Rail £6 1G». A. HALL AND CO. DINING-ROOM SUITE, Very ritroii|--6 Uurvod-liiick Chairs, Pair Kasy Chairs, and Couch, nil Spring-seated. ^ 1«» A. HALL AND CO. FULL-SIZE HALF-TESTKK 1IEPSTKAD Extended Footrail and brass mounted ; Best Kapok Mattress, Holster, aud 2 Pillows, Tnplo Wiro Mattress. £1 15aoomplot». A. HALL AND COMPANY, 561, 563, 565, and 567 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. HALL'S Now Catalogue, 72 Pages, 500 Illustrations. Post Froe, or af Office of this Paper Oovmtry Ordoi'A x-ncUod frorj. ?'' Open all day SATURDAY until n p.m. Clow 1 p.m. WEDNESDAY. Leave Tnim at Livcrp...

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

WA™AINTER * C°ACH8MITH ? Apply to B.H.-PEARCE, ? Aucklund-streot, Bcga.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

General News Thn Governor General, it has been (Infinitely decided, is to land at Farm Cove. It lias bccD ascertained that Sleigh, undor sentence of deaih, is not ment ally deranged through epilepsy. Tho Imperial troo]-s to take part in the Commonwealth celebrations will arrive in Sydney on December 20th. The strength of tha New Sooth Wains forces is 8500, and 12,000 men havo offered their services in addition. The Mayor of Dublin declined Ioj... accept a motion proposed by Mr. J. J. Cliincy, M.P., in favor of conferring tho freedom of the city upon Mr. Kroger. Parisian municipal representatives have resolved to welcome Mr. Kiuger in the name of Ihncity, because of their admiration of the Boer defence of their independence. The United Irish League in Sydnoy pioposo to organise a monster demon stration to raise funds to assist tbe Irish Parliamentary party in the Im perial Parliament. A remarkable feature of this aeaaon ia that tho wheat oropa in the rich river flats have failed in m...

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The Price of Butter. (To the Editor of the Southern Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

The Pricg of Butter. iTo the Editor of the Southern Star.) Rib,— During tho past week or so tho Dairy farmers of tho colony havo beon treated ton difu'oume on tho recont drop in prices from BJ.l to 9d, as viewed from tho position taken up by Mr. Meaios. I huppencdhy accident to ho present nt a meeting of dairy farmers hold .-ocently nt Kanguroo Valley, when Mr. Mcurcs deliveicd an address protesting against tho recent reduction ; and although Mr. Mciiros courted critioism from tho fnrm crx, no rnt'i a very uociutu oojoction ronuow mo to say ono word for or afraiust thti ar^u. inouL-i he mod, notwithstanding the fuct that novcral roprr-Muntntivo men proeont urged that I should bo hoard. No matter how proficient n man may be in tliuqnnliticaUona ncccKinrv to manago n firtflt-otas* rlairv hord, it is impossible for that man to suy whothor 0d, OJd, or lOd in tho iroo market value of butter at any frivun period, unices ho makes the latter a upccial iitudy nnd is in hourly communication w...

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Picnic to Mr. and Mrs. S. Gordon, senr. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

Picnic to Mr. and Mrs- S- Gor don, sear. On Saturday, 3rd Nov., tbe immediate friends and relatives of Mr. aod Mrs. S. Gordon sen, of Lookiel, entertained them at a pionio. The piccio gronnd at tho hoad of the Morimbula lake waa chosen as tho mooting place. With very littlo oxpense tbis spot could bo mode a lovely pleasure ground. It seems strange that tbe Wolumla and Pambula people bavo not established k rowiog club on tho lako at thin noint. Ynin ?»» M- txr t Twyford and Mr. J. Moake'r tried' conclu sion on tbe lako horo, wheu wo wore on tho look-out for a man to boat Hanlan Tho ladies prenarod a sploudid lunohoon. After luncheon Mr. Gordon was presented with a very handsome gold medal, bear ing tho date that ho was lost at Towamba and also the dato that ho waa found. This medal waiprosontod as a memento of Mr. Gordon's almost miraculous escape after beine lost in tho bush for seven days without fo^d. Mr. T. H. McPaul was oakod to present the modal to Mr. Gor don, aud ho made a ve...

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CRICKET. HALF-HOLIDAY C.C. v. BEGA C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

CKICKET HALF-HOLIDAY C.C. v. BEGA C.C. Tnr. return match botwoon the abovo olube waa played on Wednesday last, when the Tlolidayites wero defeated on tlw first innings by M runs. Tha teams woro not very strong, and Boga' s victory was considered to bo duo to a 'run of luak.' The scores woro as follow :— » ' H.H.C.O.— 1st innings. Lrnvson, by Arndall ? 0 Honnings, b Arndell ? 8 I'yo. b Arndoll ? O Brixoy. run out ? 10- A. Uptin, bSimes ? 2 J. Schafer. by Arndell ? 10 T. Proo, runout ? 0 Henderson, b Simcs ? 0 Hambley, b Simos ? 0 Sharp, not oat ? 0 Annoy, b Simes ? 0 Sundries ? 2 33 Bowling analysis— Arndoll 4 wickets for 17 runs, Siraes 4 for 19. BEG A- 1st innings. Mcnkor, b Hen'nYngs'*.' .'.'.' .'.'.'.' .'....'...' 14 ArndcU, o Schafer, b Honnings ? G- namsoy, UPye ? 10 Kixon, c Lawson, b Hcnnings ? I Bark, bPyo ? 0 Bluett, o Prco ? 7 Clynch, b Proo ? « .... 0- McPaul. ran out ? I Wnrd.bPreo ? 0- K«lly, b Pyo ? I Sundries ? ...» ? 2 92 Boivlinfr anarysis— Pye 3 for 31 , Ucnnings 3...

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Bega D. J. Club Spring Meeting WEDNESDAY, 14th November, 1900. ACCEPTANCES. TRAIL STAKES, 10 sovs., weight for age, 6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

Bega D. J. Club Spring Meeting Wednmdat, 14th Novemdbh, 1900. ACCEPTANCES. Twit Stakes, 10 sovs., weight for ago, 6 furlonirs. J. Ebzory's b g Mudlark, ft yra M. Donaldson's cli'ir Oolddust, 0 yri T. I'ndorhill's ch m Storm, 0 yrfl W. Hlbburd'f) b m Priory, fl yrs W. G. Cowdroy'n oh fr Tnllbnrmb, aged. J. 0'FarreH's br g 8lu(f, aged. Sfhino Handicap, 23 novs., once round tho course. st lb Robt Wilson's, junr, blk a Tho Barb, a 8 9 S. Woodoroft'H br (f Van Tromp, nged 8 8 W. R. ILiigh's b (f Priilnro, 0 yrs ? « 7 John O'Farroll's br (r SlnK, njted .... 7 12 1\ Traiioy's eh h Lcmuns II.. fl yrfl ..7 0 James Lucas' b g Ijincor, aged ? 7 9 Th..s. Oili'V b g Union Juok. 0 yrs . . 7 0 Tnos. Gilo.* b m Koso, nged ? 7 9 Fi.ti.vo Kandicip, IS sova., G furlong*. Robert Wilson's, junr, blk g Tho Hnrb, a ? 8 10 S. Woo-lrroft'sbrg Van Tromp, a.. 8 9 W R. Ifaigh's b k Pridare. Oyrs.... S 9 W. O. C»H-droy's ch g Tnlllwrrah, a.. 8 C A. Gilbert's ch g Prim, nged ? 8 5 P. Tracey's eh h Lomnos II, 6 y...

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AN APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

AN APPEAL. In previous issues we have animad verted upon the necessity of the people of this district takiog practical steps to commemorate the services the men who went from these parts to the South African war have rendered to the Empire. That tusk is ours no longer, for the people are taking the matter up with a vim that augurs well for its success. But in order that the efforts or tne canvassers sbould meet with a ready and liberal response, it is essential that everyone ebould be made acquainted with the objeots the promutors have in view. There is no occasion to call to mind the inordinate patriotism exhibited by these men when the armies of the Mother I Country were meeting with reverse after reverse bofore the heights of MagersfoDtoin and the Tugela Eiver ; theBo are as fresh in our memories as ib the days of their happening, when we were wont to pour over the direful tidings, vaguely wondering when the tide of disaster would turn. At the outBOt of tho war men from this dis-...

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SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

SALVATION ARMY, DEOA Erprv Sunday -Knoo Drill, 7 a.m. Hellncis ^.'^.lafiS; ST and EMy; 3pi°- Sotu™°'t O. W. ROVKELL, Ensign. rUDLltnED 'AI.BEOA OX WEDNE3DAie AND SATUBDAY. 'Bk iwt, and fear njt:' lot'ail tho onds thou nim'st nt bo thy country's, thy God's, and truth's.' ?' - SATUEDAT, NOVEMBER 10. 1900

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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON. TharaJnv. A body of Italian and German troo|.R occupied Kuan HaBi«-n, disarmed 1000 Chinese, and captured oight guns. Colonol Richardson, commanding a body of British troops cn-routo to Pekin, was parleying with 500 Chinese troops under General Fan, when an Indian trumpeter shot Fan dead by Several Boxer villugns have been destroyed, and three murderers of con virls shot. Tha indication! are that Lord Roberts is organising flying columns from garrison centres to suppress tho marauding bands of Boers. It is expocted that iho British hond qjartera will bo transferred from Pre toria to Joh«nnesberg. Several European Governments have suggested to Dr. Leyds that no en couragement bo given to Mr. Krugor. Instructions have be»n issued to the French polico to prevent anti-Rritiub ebullitions of feeling or demonstrations against thn Mioistrv. Unparalleled all-night demonstra tions aro being held in America in connection with the election ; it is thought that President ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 10 November 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. The House last night continued tho dobtto on thn Old Ago' Pensions' Bill till 11 o'clock. The dinoossion was then adjourned. Tho Womin's Fran chise Bill will bo procoedod with to day. The Commonwealth Arrnngomonte' Bill w»H pns»ei! iu tho Upper IIoubo l»8t might ; also several union nio.HBurcs alroa.ly dealt with by the Asaombly. A monster demonstration will bo hold in the Town JUW to-night in con nection wiih the Old Ago Pensions Bchomo. The Trades' Union is roovinu in tho matter of holding a nionstor Labor procession for the inaugural celebrations of the Commonwealth. Great heat prevailed throughout the colony yesterday. It waa 106 in tho tihado at Bourke.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

FOR THE SEASON 1900. — ? ? ? ? A. J. DISHER & CO. HAVE NOW OPENED TQEIE FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE GOODS IFOIR, THIS SEASON, ? {^SPECIALLY SELECTED UY MR DISHER, — AND — BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH! SPOT CASH! CALL and. INSFHOT BEFORE making Your PurcIiaseH ELSEWHERE. CASH PRICES! And the ONE PRICE to Everyone — AT THK — ? Hi $UG CASH. SI®, .... BEGA i ? k MUSIC A 1 _ ? ? ? | POSTED BY K n From 18S3 I return B p Till Now | 8 j J Paling's I 1 f Pianos & I j | J Organs | J ] ^ ' Have I I I \ stood B | | the 8 ^ ? Test.' I ^ S-». Menrc tlieir 9 -J Popularity. B S s='Nn | ] Oil GO TO -jMKiaaSBJSSJSSK: I i KfiL.lNQ'5 ^ f'.n ?v rv7'':;c mumjal. \! ^ Vioii.-iS lorries fi a (iu.lurs H |i -tan ' i1;ns Pln'cs g h '.uifjharps I'd! ypli'ws w ft Conccriinas A.cordcuns * Q &c., &c. d 9 CATALOGUES FSEE. J a LO.VEST PRICES. i f spalTnq^ 4 I 333 3EC'f!Ci ST., SYCriEY. 8 I.,ncnl Agent— 13. S. Ilurdnker. Where furtlu r infoi ma' ion may bo obtained

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

General News American women have almost ban ished veils from their toilettes. The spotted veil is said to be peculiarly hnrmful, injuring the sight and pro ducing headache. A medical man of standing has lately expressed tho opinion that veils aro largely respon sible for ibo red-tippod noses so often aepioreu. That the 'dark cotnp'exioned racea predominoto' is frequently nsserted. Lately someone has taken tbe trouble to inquire, witb tbe result that dark haired women employed as actresses, singers, artists and journalists aro said to predominate in tho proportion of five to each one of fair complexion. Only twenty fair haired women ap peared at a recont Choral Union of 350 womon singers. General Le Gallai*, serving under Lord Kitchener in the Transvaal, has 'inen kilhrt in an ongugement with De Wet's troops. While a man named W. Filzzerald wbs being lowerid down a well at Gilgandra on Thursday, tho rope broke, and the man fell a distance of 40ft. He sustained a sevire nhock, a dislo...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

- GKICKET. Dkoa aod Graud United met in a friendly gamo on Saturday, when tho latter team vory muob belied tboir name, being hopeloisly over-matohod. This club, oboe the strongest toam in tho distriot, is but tbo shadow of its former self, noarly all tho best playnre having drifted out ef tho distriot. Tho ubsonoo of yoterau 'Jack* Murrny was vory muoh felt, par ticularly at tbo bowling oroase. Some good batting was oxbibitod by Simes, Cunningham, Tarlinton and Darke, tbe lattor treating tho spectators to somo big hits. Tho Oraud Unitod bowling and Holding was noticeably woak, whilst tbat of tboir opponoots was quito tho rovorso. Tbo arm of tho rodoutablo Cunningham has apparently not lust its old cunniog. Tbo following aro tbo senros :— GRAND UNITED — 1st innings. P. W. Tarlinton, not out ? 40 W. Duff, b Manniug ? (J D. Warren, b Cunningham ? 7 Pyo, run out ? ? ? ? o R. Warroti, c Bluett, b Cunningham..., (5 K. Kont, o Simea, b Clinch ? I J.Howard, bClinoh.,.,, ? 0 J. Dorrington, b...

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BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

BEMBOKA. (FkOST Otm CoRKKSTOfTDENT.) At the requoat of the ? directors of tbe West End Creamery.. 'Co., a number of shareholders of 'the Company as sembled at tho Central Faotory, Bem boka Bridge, on Saturday, the 10th instant, for the purpose of discussing the advisability or otherwise of ex* n nnftian iu lb. .I.n|. .1 ? Company's butter to tho Boglish market for a term. Mr. Jonas Al cock, J.P., (Chairman of Directors) presided, whilst Me srs. Jno. D'Aroy, T. J. Batemao, W. G. Flowers, F. D. Cbacnpneys (Directors), Michael Bate man, Hugh MoGuinoess, W. A. Wil son, E. Jstnieson, A McNnught, Jno. Bodycote, Tho3. Gait, 3. Green, 8. J. Wilton, Jos. Britten, J. Clarke, Jaa, Ryan, juo., S. Johnstone, T. Went, P. J. Collins, A. Payne, E. Connors, W. D. Wall (Manager), E. H. Scott, and Poterson (Government Expert), were also present. Tho Chairman, aftor expressing hiu plousuro at seeing eo many present, read un article from a Sydney firm relative tc the condition of tbe Sydney and London m...

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GRAND UNITED—1st innings. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

GRAND UNITED— lat innim». W Brixey, c W. Tarlinton, b Barrett.. Ii W. Tarlinton, c A. Tarlinton, b Barret.. 45 A. Uptin, b A. Tarlintoo....,.., ? o B. Heiinings, c and b Barrett ? 30 V. Tarlinton, b Barrett ? ? ? g ♦ E. La waonroF. Tarlinton, b A Tarlinton 1) T. Preo, run out ? \ W. Murrny, not out ? ? ? ? ig G. Hondernon, b A. Tarlinton ? Q J. Dorrington, ccooHtablo, b A. Tkilinton 0 T. Hambley, b A Tarlinton.. ? ? 8 Byea ? ? ? 5 125 Bowling analysis— A. larlinton 6 for IS, Barrett 4 for 84.

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BEGA—1st innings. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

BKGA— 1st innings. A. L. Manning, b Pyo ? IG C. J. Cunningham, c Tarlinton, b R. Warren ? 37 Sitncs, c D. Warreu, b Tarlinton ? 72 Darko, c and b Tarlinton ? 43 Rixon, b D. Warren ? D McPaul, not out.. 0 Clinch, not out ? 0 Rauisoy, b Tarlinton ? ? ? 0 Byes ? 5 Total for C wicketa ? 18l- Bowling analysis— R. Warren 1 for 47, Pye 1 for 40, Howard 0 for 34, E. Kent 0 for 24, Dorrington 0 for 8, D. Warren I for 17, Tarlinton 3 for 11. The Bega Half- Holiday team journeyed to Cobargo on Monday and engaged tbo local club, which was viotorious by 32 - runt. Tho Holidayites were weakened by tbo absence of R. Warren aod P. Tarlio ton. although able substitutes were found in W. Tarlinton and W. Murray, W. D and F. W Tarlinton aud A. Chambers batted bost for Cobargo, whilst W. Tar* linton (substitute) and £. Hoonings did yeoman sorvioe for tbe visitors. Although beateo tbe visitors were not disgraood, as tboy met a team that would bavo per formed well against auy team in tho distriot. Followi...

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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. Tho Coastal Farmers Co-op Socioty re port on 10th instant:— Butter— Feat factory 9d, 2nd quality 8d to 8}d, pantry 6d to 7d. Local demand has boon well sustaiuod all tho weok. Bacon -Hand-cured 6d to 6jd, znanhino-cured 5jd, Hams 7d to 8d. Lard —Bulk 8£d, bladder 4d to 4}d, packets 51 ; good sales. Cheese— Choicest 4|d to 6d, 2nd quality 3jd to 4d. Eggs— Northern 6id to 6$d, Southern 6|d, uhoico 7d. Poul try ? ifowla 2s 3d to 3a Sn, choice young roosters to 3a 6d, Duoka 2a 3d to 3a 3d. Geese 6s to 7a 6d. Turkeys— Hena 6a to 5s 6d, cooks 7s to 10a, extra heavy gobblers 10a to 12a. Good poult*/ ia Belling very , well ; small, and poor conditions bringing unprofitable prices.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

On the 21st instant delegates from tho various district ProgreBS Committees will meet in conference at Bega, when omtlers of more than passing interest will engage ihetr attention. Perhaps the moat important subject set down for discu?sion is the patablishment of a Government Dairy Farm in the dis- j trici. This in a subjost that we have dilated upon in a previous issue ; but its importance juKtifies further 30m n»t»nt. Wo have uiged the ftirmers of this district to form a b»*iinch of the Farmers and Soitlers1 Association in l hoir midst, wheroby they would be enabled to obtain the aaeialanco of that j powerful body in the obtaining of con- 1 cessions commensurate with our impor- j tance as « large dairying centre. But i th«*y, evidently consumed by tho all- 1 conquering lethargy that suems to bo part and parcel ot their uaturo, wore utterly indifferent to, or oblivious of, the many advantages that would acoruo from Mich a cource. And, hi a resMr, tho Vigilance Association — a body ...

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