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

What .tfrs Bowies Pound Out. A KAtin thmnp on one's hwl m»T iniku it milie, bat most heudaclitH emit' with -ut tlie niil of thumps or bump- They *ri- chu.«w1 liy puisona In the Wood nc'imr an the nerves. The »amu is Irtto of pains iiaii lament?*^ ia the muscle* nf tlie back and li-'ia — iucludlnif rheumatism and lomimfro. Arr». Mary Bowles will tell un ilmut hers nnd how she got ovor them at last ; and a thankful woman aho in for it. 'About ten yeara atro,' she i»ftya in h-r letter, 'my ha k and aides ti-ed to uciho bo bad that I was often perfectly helpless and prostrate. Sometimes for weeks luntinu ously I oould not raito my hand t'- any kind of work. 'For tlio laat twenty-live yeirs I havo worked at dairying and fanning in this dis triot. I am now turned 7'i years old and am well known throughout 111' dii-trirtt. 'When I firs', folt the pains in iny baok and chest I went to a chemist, who gave me a plaster to put on. This relieved mo sliirlitly for a day or two ; then tho pains w...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF NOVEMBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF KOVKMUGft. C1IUKCII OF EKOLANU jit. Jons'iieucacR asai. Kvery Sunday, morning at U, ami uroninK at 7.30 Sunday. 1 tth-Nmnbugg.i, 8 Sunday, IBLh— TnnJ*. a Sauday, 2ttb-WAll4ffoot. fl OKCCMUtUt Sunday, JUh— T*nJ*. 8 Suudar, Iftth—Hrofto. Mr Corti*', 3 Sunday, XurabuRRa. 8 TaiMilar. SSfcla -Tat Ja. 8 Tburd.l iy, 8 p.m., Ckoh practice F. IIKVAN, B.A.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

SALVATION ARMY, IJEOA KvprrSuuday — Kneo Drill, 7 a.w. Holincaa 7%r 'd 3 ,u- S5tticmci' C W. ItOWKLL. Enslnn. J&out&ejm ^tar, PUDL19IXXD AT BBOl OH WEDNESDAY /AND SATURDAY. 'Bk iui.t, and fear nit; lot all tho enda thou aim'at .at lx*. thy coontry'a. thy God'a, and truth's.' ' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1900

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dolly Iredale's Revenue. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

Dolly Iredale'a Revenue fCOKTWOKD.l As lie .Ire* near I he white fiaure on I lie mad n certain SPiisitivenc' fti'ttlrt Fiiiu dust tlie flnke of ciyari mh fn.in hii coat. Thegirl stnrt?(l ns he r iisoH his lia' ileprecatiiiijly. j with a fnelincr 'f reverence ror her 1 1. ....A J''' ? ? After n pH'isn they bn»nn to talk frankly ; nnd ' lien lie led hor up n winiliiii; path, down beside the strewn wliwre tho meadow sweet grew. But. lie never knew that the steps nf jealoiuy pursued him, nor that the llirl waited with flaming eyes, nnt far from the plane where (lie lovers j-tnud. Re* held in his hand a mse — 'he answer to his fer vent request. It seemed to his dreaming eyes Hint the flower had the cilnr ofliis love upon it. Fir Iiwny, in the shining L'nte nf the west, the twilight spirit drew close her veil. In th-fiiut Mile du-sk oT Juno the vming man I'ent ilnwn, and with the little o'doti key 'f a kiss he tenderly nnd liii'.'rrin dy 1111 lorked thn gates 'f Rden for tlmt simple nurse...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

[?] wanglnVsO tlU|-IltfU,,,0,l,l» 1,1 'J.'JO, TanU Thursday, Ifith-Wolumla IMr llNnton'a). 11. CaSfy7iSth-W0lUaU, 11, H.C Thurnday. 'iiod— Niagara, 11. T»nr:w7nJo,'17^'Cmb0k*' ' 'C' MoRi'*' J.A. NEUTII.M.A., Itcctor

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

LATEST CABLES. GENERAr, Qourib and Commandant Piin.sloo Imvc been killed, and Com Tiiandunt Orobbelaar wounded in tho Kantern Transyaal. Tlio Boers cap tured by General Knox near Hothavilln includod twenty-eight artillerymen und forty releln. ii„..» ? J ? I- l.. a 1U»UB H UJUUIIIlglll chargn bi-twDPn Pretoria and tho Por tuguuo frontier. They sabred many of the enemy, and next duy completely routed thom. Colonel Plum'r ropu'sod lour hun dred burghers under I-» Laray. The Biitish re-occupied Philippolis. Goneral Bullor says that the Briti-h army encountered grnator difficaltiea in South Africa than ever previously experienced agninRt a cirilised enemy He it contident that no nation, but tho Briti-h could h;ive conducted a similar campaign successfully.' Lieutenant-Colonel Do Lisle reports - hut it is greatly owing to tho dash of the N.S W. Moanted Infantry that so many guns were captured by the Sixth Regiment. General Baden Po«eIl ia suffering from enteric fevor. The Ktnpre&s...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN IDLE MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

IN IDLE MOMENTS [nr noiiKsi.is-] Op lato tho polico force of New South Wali'D have been tioatttl to a taste of what thoir Queetislaml brethren rr ceived at the time of tho Gatton niur tlcrs. ihrougli their inahili'y to catch tho Broelong blnckp. This wholesale press slat inc; ia unclesprveil, bp it was Dover ex]JCCled of the |i ?lice that they would capture the slippery blacks ; lor they have never been known to c.ilcli anything but a cold and a wink to cum-an-av-a-diink. If our ininions of ; 'lawnordor' are. doing no good, they at least possess the rclpeuiing virtue of doing no harm ; so that, after all, they I aro not t ho excresceuces that tlm I papers would havo us believe. Wo owe a lot to the nolice, for half the i amusement in life is dorived from reading the satirical pasquinades of the nevspapeiB on his ^uinry, perfections, But it is just 'about !{ime thut the papers gave them a'rost, as lliey must Barely be in need of .it after their long A and futile cliise after tlie Gove...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

CATHOLIC presbytehian. Bega. evory Sunday at 11 and 7.80 Catiilulo, tho First Knndayof Mch month at 8 Wolnmla. the Socom! Sandar of carh Month at 3 Kumeruka, the 8rd Sanday in each month at 8 ! jjwo. tho Fonrth Sunday of each Month at 8 Choir Practice at 8 p.m. every Friday. ? M. KIHKPATHICK, B.A,

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY. TursJay. Thk Rev. Canon Collottc, encumlirm ol St. Jolm'a Anglican Obarcli, Aali Geld, dim) ynnlerilay. A ranwur is ourrenl in Mpihouinft tlmt .Mr. Ilarlon jiap recoived an nflici.il hint lh»t ho .ViJI '»» chosen l-y the uovernor-uonera* urui nc mier nf ths CammoHrwwUh, nnd tnat ,Mr. Alfred Dcaken-will bo Helcctod a« tlie tirni Homu-Suciotary. In the cricket match Victoria veranB South AuHtrali', thn latter iu their l«t intiinsH nmdii 267, Victorin has 6 out for 245. Whilst tf«»i'llini; in the Nortlinrn Ti'iritory a man named Osborno was attacked by hltcka. Hn narrowly oa caped with Ilia lifa All uf his pack lumen wern killed. All uimi-ciasful at'enipt was made to derail a train near Scott'* Dili-, Tan mania, by placing largo atones on thn line. Sir Wm. Lynn haB rewirad a cable from thn Premier of Canada, rnj;rettini; hia inability to send a detachment of Canadians tn participato in (lie Cotu monweilth ceiebrationu. A mm namod Jjhn Rolfn fired throe mIi ot a...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

A force of 200 mounted libera suddenly charged the Canadian rear nunrd of an infantry convoy near Koma'.i, but wer* stopped by tin: Dragoons when within 70 y rds of tin* wasuous. Four persons in llio pome family werearoated at Melbourne on Satur day for poisoning, llic result of eating imported InlliitH, believed to contain cyanide of potassium, A cricket match, in which the first eleven of tho colony ate batting agains' filleen colts, waa ^commence.) on Satunlny. Tho former lout eight wickets for 21)3. Noble, batting fur the first eleven, 149, Gregory 47, and Dufl 10. WANTED at once, 'a COACIISMITII and PAINTER; » Apply to S.ll.iCIiARCK. ?? ? Auckliui^j-atreet, IJega. WANTED — A GOOD GKNERAL 8ERVANT. - ? Apply at once to tho. .. METROPOLITAN HOTEL. Y^VT ANTED — A G.ood General Servant. — VV Apply MRS. K., A. BLOMKIELD, Commercial lJunk, Candelo. WANTED— A Hinurt, iiitulligont, and well-educated LAI) fur the Printing Business. Apply 'SOUTH HUN STAR' OFFICE. A N T K D WANTED, by a Co...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

WF.SLKTAS. First Sunday in oach month, flotfa II. lar aorrieo Mcrl°Sl0 (Mr Jolinatono'h) 2J30. Second 8unday, Bcga. 11 (Communion), and 7 30 youna p--ople'4 aervico). B ogo.8 ™,r'VSl'lV' 1J ,*'J ,1-M. Wolumlft, a rKi.1 '?ri ^ 'll''1 7-S0- C«u Jolo. 3 \ramnl. 3 occorriny), U.-Ka, 11 aud 7J10 Wszk Bvxniko Mketinoh ano Schvicks Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 'j$o hoir practice, Friday, 7 .SO JOHN SCHARKIE.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

« r»-ciiipi ion : 10s. J ' H it A n x 1; m . S i 1 1 «? 1 1- (J'ipy, 3d. ^10^.'-- 5 P!iBSS

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

Itusincss IHroctory JOHNCOLUS!, ARTISTIC TAILOR, Oliurch-Nlreot, Itcga, ADJOINING THK HANK HOTRL. Material and Workmanship GUAKANTlCKn. PROM IT ATTENTION tu OlilMCHS. is- Call and Inspect Patterns. 'ImYMAFrBROOKS, COACH & BUGGY IWILDliRS, Ac., &c., Standard Coaoh Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLES Mado or Repaired on the Shortest Notico. OUR PRICES lire consistent with HONEST WORKMANSHIP. IJMIE GliAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. — II A S T E n — REV. ALFRED! ROLFE. Of ChriHt'h IIoBpitnl and the University of London (First Div Certificate), and cor certificated by tlm University uf Melbourne, , Lute Senior Assistant Mauler at Eton (Q-. TfiRMS and all information may bu ob. turned on application. 437* Evening 01n«Hen. Shorthand ^ ClRHHes, and Private Tuition for the Uni*oraitie». OCCIDENTAL. HOTEL, CtTI'lT of Car p an il Auckl unci Streets, — IJ E (J A. — -li)STt;i)MMO:-l' US HOUSE in TOWN. CI mo to (.'mitral Hale Yard*. UK-T llltANDS of WINES, SPIRITS, a...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

EVENTS TO COME. Bega School of Art* Debating Club meets every Alternate Friday LadlM' Lodffo of the G.U.0,0.v\ meet* Thursday fortnightly Loyal Prince Alfred Lodge, M.U., moeta on lion day, vanlng 8Ur' Lodge, Z.O.O.F., meets on Monday Ma«ontc Lodge, Boga moeta on Socond Tuesday Id oach mouth. BagaA., P. «ndU. Society's Committee moeta first Tuesday ot the montu. First Tuesday in eaoh month. Council Good Templars meet every Tnosday Commons Trusteos moot last Tuesday in each mont xfospltal Committee meets Socond Wednesday In eaoh month Boga BenovMont Society meoU socond Tuesday in eaoh month Bohool of Arts Committee moeta Firdt Thursday in each month f Information invited from Xecretarle* \

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 November 1900

I Spccinl AiUcrllwiiiMiln. FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS -fc BEDDING. A. HALL AND CO. DIUWING-BOOM SUITE, cororea in D Rioh Tapestry and Silic Plush Borders —Conch, two Arraohaira, aud four Small Carvod Chairs. 6 Guinea*. A. HALL AND CO. K BEDROOM SUITE, Walnut Colour - Wardrobe, dri*e compartment, oncloftod Kplate-glus door ; Duohoaw Dn'A-iiitf bio to correspond, Marbletrp Wanl»- j stand, 2 Chairs, atid Towol Rail £t- 1 on. | A. HALL AND CO. ININO-ROOM SDITE, Very carved-back Chairs, Pair Ka?y Chain, mid Couch, all Spring-^ateJ. £& Ifis. A. HALL AND CO. ULL-SIZK HALF-TESTKli HEDSTEAD Kytended Footrail and bra** mounted ; Best Kapok Mattrmi, Bolster, and 2 Pillow*, Ttiplo Wire Mattre«w. £4 16a ooiuplcti*. A. HALL AND COMPANY, 661, 663, 565, and 567 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. HALL'S Now Catalogue, 72 Pages, fiOO Illu^tratioua. Post Froe, or at Ofltce of this Paper Uountry Oi'dors packed freo. Open all day SATURDAY until 0 p.m. Climo 1 p.m. WEDNESDAY. Leavo Tram at Liverpool-stree...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 17 November 1900

™E BEST IS SCOTCH ?( (BNy WHISKY thf. new brand. \ 'r

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 17 November 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! - * Tho query 'Who's 'Narriga Jack?' ' A sample of McNultv'a lai.guage in Gippa«etreet yesterday. That ulthough there was a Storm in town on Wednesday people arc still Biogiog out for rain, ? That the Spring Races were well : named — many surprises were 'sprung. That the man who backed the Stau tips for tbe races now sings 'ncver- . v-.». more'; and ?f.,\ That unother victim was so plcaerd with the results that he returned his j paper. r That a cortain bucolic from the . v back-blocks never fails to visit his -?V' 'dp- ladylove on evety scalp day ; and That tho bobs derived from this eonrco are slowly but Burt'.ly foathering ??i .v. -i V.'.i, the prospectiTO napiial nest. -7 ? Tliat a young man who recently joined tbo great nrtnj of beneilicts got ; DJarried on the time payment nyatem. That 'what 'tween the. polico aud ? ? dog poisoners owaera of canines hare been having a bad time of it lately. That tho editors of tho 'Chronicle' and 'Star' are arranging for a cri...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Council Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 17 November 1900

Council Meeting;. Tub adjourned monthly moohng of tbo Municipal Council was hold on Tuesday last, when th»»ro woro prosont the Mayor and Aid, Honnings, Underbill. Manning, Parsons, and Rixon. Tho usual roports woro road and adopted. Aid. nonninga prosontod a potition signod by ovor 10 roeidonts askiug that stops bo takon for tho closing of tho roferonco to tbo roport that Dr. Evorshod bad doclinod to furnish a report on tbo mattor, that ho could not understand how it got about, as tho Dootor had nevor boon askod br a roport. Boforo tho comotery could bo closed it would bo oocossary to pass a by-law, and ho did not think tho place should be oloeod un til provision woro mado for intormonts olsowhoro. Tbo trustors should moot and docido wbat bad bottor be done, and then tbo Council oould aot. Tbo Council agreed with a lettor from tbo Loiohbardt Council tbat Couooils should bo repreeontod at tbo Common wealth colobrations, aud that all Mayors should bavo freo railway passos duriog thoir...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Miss Marie Narelle Concert Company. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 17 November 1900

Miss Marie Narelle 0 oncer*. Company Whbkbvsb this taleutod oompany bavo appeaiod tbey have Isft bobind. if the oowspaper notioea of thoir performancpa ran bo taken as a criterion, what might bn termed a trail of onn continuous tri umph. Since Miss Narelln last appnared amongst us sho hos won triumphs on tho concort platform that soldom fall to tho i..* . ? ? nthnp than « nttma donna. Apart from Mies Narolle, who is undoubtedly tbo 'briizbt particular star,' tho otbor inombors of tho oompany, boing now to Houa audiences, also caught oo wonderfully: in fact thoy 'got. off tbeir respootivo uumbors with suoh groat succoss that tho gallery 'gods,* uuliko thoir troatmont of tho budding aotor, do mandod more, with a porsistonoy that would not permit of a deoial. Owing to a counter attraction oo the 'Hill.' tbo audioncos, moro particularly on tbn first night, wero not as largo as thoy otherwise would have boon ; but thii notwitbstaud ing, vory good houses grootod tho offorts of the perform...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 17 November 1900

FOR THE SEASON 1800, I A. jTmSHER GO. j; n A V E N 0 W OPENED THEIR FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE GOODS FOE, THIS SEASON', G3* SPECIALLY SELECTED BY MR DI8HER, — AND — BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH! SPOT CASH! CALL and IKTSiPBO'T BEFORE making Your Purclianea ELSEWHERE. CASH PRICES! And the ONE PRICE to Everyone — AT THE — MB PUS UM STQ&I, . . . - BIEGhA. t * ' j PflLlNQ'5 FMN05 7 are far above the many I 7 common place Instruments X a on the market, and MUCH 4 T CHEAPER. 4 7 FREE. 5 C Sole Agents for j? V . STEINWAY 2 V rjfi BRINSMEAD 2 J yy FEURICH X T ^ LIPP & SOHN 4 7 GORS & KALLMANN X 7 UEBEL - ECKE xT.v \ fi VICTOR ♦ '/II J t BELLING & *\ V £ ESTEY ORGANS. 9 ! £ EVERY KNOWN J I A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 1 - g STOCKED — $ A Strings and Fittings. *) \ W.H; PALING &G0., 2 J LII1ITED, V J 338 GEORGE STREET, 2 I ' SYDNEY. ? 2 Ijocnl Agent— 13. S. llnrtlnkcr. .. ? Whero further information may bo obtained WANTED nt once, a COACIIHMITH anil PAlNTIiR. Ai.plyioS.II...

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