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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 November 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY.' TuVaday.' A oreat gathering assembled iu tho Town Hall last night, the occasion boine the pro.sentatioa of nn addreBS to Mr. Reid to recognition of his Federal service*. The latter, who re oeivod a magniScent ovation, de clared that there must be notamporing with political ptiQciptes. men were wanted in the fiscal fight who would oome out and boldly say what were their political beliefs. Ho hoped that candidates who tried to trade upon the support of both lidos would be promptly rejected. Tbo Premier reiterate! his intontion to close Parliameot at the end of November, in which event tba majority of Bills on the business paper will have to be dropped. A. cable from South Africa reports tbo following casualties among tbe N.8.W. Mounted Infantry : — Sergeant Sweley mortally wounded, Private Fulton dangerously wounded. [Privato Fulton belongs to Boga. Soo local columo. — En.] Tho Government will be urged to proclaim half- holidays in connection with tho Commonw...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 November 1900

In todny'a inauo wo pnblish n Inlter from Mr. Pell, tho aaoratary 1' tho Vigilanco Afleociation, anont the ru fusul of tho much-advertincil so-called Country Mininlry — which on paper \h remurkubly and pntroniHir.(;ly eolicilouH for tho welfaro of tho country iieoiile, but in actionn quite tho n-vemc— to honrkpn to tbn jost dcmnnds ol certain country districts for the iSiatrihutimi, on b popultlion basin, of that .£'20,000 thoy (ihe Ministry) intend cxpi'iuling in d»liriotis and jamboozy jnnkilings ovi-r tho hirlh of our Conimnnn'oalth — Australia's natal dxy. It i, not our intontion to deride tho Gov.Tiununt for spending the people's ni'''jy in such a lutitih scaln on inano juliilu iion», for wo are fully nlivc to ihe nocfssiiy of celebrating isuch m im porlant occasion in a fittinc nmnncr ; but our si'iise of ilislin^ujshinr; rl^lit from wrong impels us to tnko excop liou to tbo hiuh-handud nnd liraz-n ntt-'ni[)t ot the Government to cozen us out of what wo nro justly entitled to ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 November 1900

CATHOLIC Similar, 25lli— Candelo, 8 anj 11 Momlay. Mtb-Bcmlioka, 7 and 9 Tuesday. Ktli-ncnlboka, 7 anil 0 MVdncsilay, veth-Bomboka.7 sod 9 Thursday, 28lu— Bemboka, 7 and 0 .Sunday, and— BeRa, 0. Candtlo, 11.30 Sunday. Olh-Candelo. 9. Bcga, Uao . Sunday, IBth-Bcmboka, 11 RiHvlav, 23rd— Boaa, 9. Cnn.tclo. 11.90 KK3R B-ca2-.S.t&Bce- lwo

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PARIAH OF KAMERUEA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 November 1900

[?] Thursday. 3Jnd-NU«ara, II. T.Snui.n^%B°ma*' ' '-0' U-''1U' *M J.A. NEWTK.M.A., Kretor

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Some Chinese Proverbs. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 November 1900

Some Chinese Proveibs Ti'K gods lionor bar wlio tliinkolh long beforu opening her lips. The ininiJ.H of women aro of quick silver ami ihi-ir IihuiU of wax, A vain wouihd ia to bo feureJ, for aim will saenlico ull fur her {Title. Give lini-d to the voice of an nM wo ni in ; Korraw haa giv«-n her wisdom. A liuuuiity woman stumliles for tlin cinnol see «hnt may bn in her way. A woman without children has not yet the most. |irecioiia of h.-r jewels. A woman desirous of being seen by men is n .1 trcsUonliy ; fegr her gl.ncn. Liko shoeii that be Icsderlnsa are many women who have nomo together for much talk. Woman ia tbe oaso for that which. painB the father; aha is balm for his troubles. l,'es|icct always a silent woman ; Bi'oat is the wiedom ol the woman thai holduth her tonguo. Give hied to her to whom children Imve come ; sho walks iu tho sacred wmjs aud lacks not lovo. Trust not tho woman that ihinkcth more of hemelf than another ; mercy will not dwell in her heart. A beautiful woman...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 November 1900

WKSI.ETAN. First Sunday In padi month, Boga 11, lay sorvlce nemboka, 11. Merln»lo (Mr S. Johu«tone'al 2.30. Bega, 7.80 Second Sunday, Boga, 11 (Communion), aud 7 30 jfOiiiiK poople'a ?rrvico). 11 ogo, 8 Third Sunday, llciia, 11 and ISO. Wolumla, 3 Fourth Snndav, BcRa. 11 and 7.80. Candclo. 3 Fiflh Sunday (whou occurring), Boga, 11 and 7.S0 Wolnmla, 3 Wm EvEMisa Mictiiioi akc Siancts Prayor Mcetinn Wodnmlay, 7 JO hotr practice, Friday, 7,00 JOHN SCUARKIE.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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At Death's Door. DYING WORDS OF FAMOUS PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 November 1900

At Death's Door DYING WORDS OF FAMOUS x'KOI'LK. Emzahktii (I'i.'W l(i(M), queen of I'jiiijliud : 'Millions for nil inch of lime.' Rabelais (l-Kig-l.-.aS), French witirial : 'Let down the curtain, the fuce is over.1' Hdwards, Juiio'li in (170:! ;j,S) Anifiicm iiitftrphysieiiin : 'Trusl in G ) I ni.'l you need iwt fenr.' Huzz.ris, Mar'-ns (1790-1S23), Greek pitriot: 'To die for liberty is a plea-uro ami not a pain.' R.-au, ']'. Hudi.inan (IS22-72) American pnet mill artist: 'Sweet i nre the kisses of wiu's friends.' .M.i.uly, Uwight L. f!8o7-nt)), , Am ric.in evangelist: 'Earth is re ceding ; heaven is appronching ; Giid is calling me.' Vime, Uunrv (1012-62), English statesman : ''Ten thousand deaths i fir me ere I stain the purity of my conscience.' Ad.lison, Joseph (1072-17,$)), Enyliidi iiuihor: 'I hovo sent for you that you may see in what peace a Christian can die.' Severus, Septimus (140-21 1 A. IX) Roman Emperor : 'Little urn, thou sh tl' soon hold all thai will remain of him w...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 November 1900

PKESBYTERIAN. BeRa, every Sunday at 1 1 and 7.30 C'andulo, the First Sunday ol each month at 3 Wolumla, tho Second Sunday ol each Month at 8 Kamcruaa, tho 8rd Sunday in each month at 8 UrOKo, tho Fourth Sunday of each Mouth at 8 Cbolr Practlre at 8 p.m. overy Erluay. V. KIUKPATKICK, B.A.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 November 1900

An old Irishwoman who kept a fruit stall in a market town had some watermelons on sale. A smart Yankee, wishing to take a rise out of the old woman, picked ud one of the melons and said : 'These are small apples you grow over here. In Amorica we have them twice this size.' The old lady coolly surveyed the Yankee from head to foot, aud ex claimed : 'Bejabers, sorr, ye must be a stranger here, and know very little about the fruit of our country, when ye can't tell apples from gooseberries. Canada is nearly sixty limes laiger than England and \\ ales Nature will not tolerate idle ness; if you will not sow seeds, she will cause weids to grow. Meat has been preserved in a frozen state for 30 years, and found perfectly eatable at the end of that time.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 November 1900

CLIP PIN GS Five tons a day of snails are eaten in I'uris. Asia lms 842 millions of people, and Europe .'iliO million!). Picric ncid, a component of lyd dite, is used to ndulteiate beer. The Icelander eats dried fish nnd butter just as we cat bread nnd butter. A Chinese drink is made of lamb's flesh, bruised with rice, and fermented. A liili has been introduced in the legislature of New York to abolish common-law iu that state. Raw cabbage will be digested at the end of two hours and a half; boiled cabbage demands al least four hours nnd a half. In the province of Smolensk, in Russiu, there is held every three months a lottery in husbands and wives, who are chosen by the chance ill awing of a lottery ticket. A novel remedy for insomnia is to try to picture to yourself another person asleep. Thu more clearly the sleepless suflerer can do this the stronger becomes the subjective feeling of drowsiness. Ireland's vital statistics for the ijiin rt or ending Mirch 31 shows a decline in th...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900

Tiik heat meilieinn knnwn i' MANOKIt & SONS' EUOAIA'PTI EXTKACT, Teat its eminent iinwiirlul otleefs iu souitbs, colds, infliieiiKi. the retinf is ilistaiitaiiaoua. In aniimis cusua, and acciilanta of all kind«. bn thev wnundf, burns, acahliu^a, bruises, tpraina, it is Iha aafeat romn.lv- no 'welling — no iuHamniatioii. I.ihn ?iiriirininit effeot« preduced in rrnup. iHphtheiin. brnnchitii, inflainmatiiin of tha lumfs. -wellniy, ?Iiarrbpua, ityaantpry. diseases of the kid neys and uriuarv uruan- S-\N'I)Ett & SONS' KUl!A„VKn KXTKAOT is in u«n*t hospitala and meilieial clinicta all nvnr tKo ulnhn; patr.inised by Hia Majesty the Kin* nf Italt ; crownod with medals and diplnmaa International Ex bibitioa, Auieinrdani Trust in this ap proved atticln and reject all otbara. No Good Thing should be Hid from the Sick and Suffering. SSSZ: VITADATIO IS TIIK HRSY KKMKDV. Mr. X. A. PALM Kit, Adroit for WVMwt'h VitmUtio. Sir.— It i* will* fit'litiir.-* «*f »It»cp mxl lu'artMt cratih...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900

I jQ E N T I S T K y | MR. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON,, CARP-STRKRT, BEG A, | Opposite School ol' Art*. ] CROWN AND BRIDGE WOilK A SPKCIALITY. ILLA WA RRA STB A M N A V I - GATION COMPANY. A STEAMER WILL LKA.V8 SYDNEY evory MONDAY and WED NESDAY} at noon EDEN every WEDNESDAY at S a.m., and SATURDAY. 6 a.m. MERIMBUH. every WEDNESDAY, at 9.30 a.m., and SATUUDAY at 7.30 a.m. TATHRA, evory WEDNESDAY at 1 1 a.ra and SATURDAY at noon. Passengers' fares: Saloon 30«., leturn 46s. ; steerage 15a., return 22a. 6d. No oharge for moala on hoard during the passage, A. C TURNER, Manager.

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FOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900

POOLS (Ilr Law Coo*. nve Tkx.vk»h;k Cf,trr.m.) Tiik mci- who bnvn bppn IihH nl-i' tU jlt'ige llHVK llll'l fftitll u- t'encrnl wiidmn 'f the human raff, ami lniv« not hitsiubul in iishiti (hut, inspiUsof thut itrogri'ss uliiuh thn worl J owph to tli« «i-ii)|)orntivi-lv few, tho miij.-rity of na -i itk in-l n r«- funis. However exnym-mteil thin opinion iiihv appptr, n r-o-e rx Aininiition of f«rN ntnl of liniiiun prncwi'ire giWH It u ivinnrkiihlu vcolouiiog nf trill J). Pin if, on the whole, wa throw nw$y *iilistairi«.l tilings to jjurstie xhiirlows, wc iim»t ^onfuMS that we gjru iiulcol -^u i 1 1 y ?of tho wildest fully. We mny /fatter ourselves ami encli ntlnir, iinrl cocker ourselves up with thn Tain idea lii'ii our errors jut; rju'lit, hut nil this is the pi-culiur mxl -li-- tinctivjL' fralurc of Inuls. Thi1 woid is derived from the Latin follix, a wimlbujy or S jmjr of bi'lJnu'M, } I once thn tool is nut in'ivssnril.v ignorant, lint is unwise ; is puff-d up with hilse notions ani...

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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900

EVENTS TO COME. Boga School of Art* Dcbatiog Clab moots ovcry alternate Friday Ladies' Lodgo of tho Q.U.O.O.**. meets Thursday fortnightly Loyal Frinco Alfred Lodge, M.V3., meets ou Moo day, voning Star' Lodgo, I.O.O.F., meets on Monday Masonic Lodge, Bega moots oq Socond Toosday in each month, BegaA.,P. and U. Society's Corawtltoe meots first Tuosd&y o( tho month, FlratTaoad&y la each month, Council Good Templars meat ovory Tnoaday Commons Trustees moot last Tuesday In oaeb m on Hospital Committee meots Socoud Wednesday in oach month Boga Benevolent Society moot# socond Tuesday in cach montb School of Arts Commlttoo meet* First Thursday io oacb month {lnfornationlnvitedfrom Secretariei }

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900

That their ooly eouaolatioD is that tho Czar of Russia iB also suffering from the malady. That the Boers can shnnt aftor all — they can hit a Wall. That it lookn a« though tho Vigil ants will havo to du their bathing in a tub this spason, os tho suinmor is cettioir advanced and wo havo no baths at Tathra aa yot. That tho lady cricket era agnin in tend to don (wo wero nearly saying 'the flanneU') those white dresses nnd play several matches this sonsim ; and That tho lady wieldorsof tbe willuw should challeogo 'those horrid men' to play — tho latter to use liroutusliuks. That those who backed Fairy Princo ?or the last Bega Cup proved thoni aeWes to be Sunn's. That 'its getting all the rage just now' to wear tho hair up and go into long dresses. That if you meet it young lady m tho street with a face brimful of joy it is quito safe to ask her how tlie hoys (or should it be boy !) are getting on in Sooth Africa. That a wedding tbat will cause a big surpriso to the knowing ones is conte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900

Thboat Aweotion and HoABSENKHS— Al suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the Almost immediate relief afforded by the u.* of ''Brown's Bronchial Troohes.' Tnuie famous ' lozenges ' are now aula t-y Almost all respeotable chemists in this oountry at Xst l%d. per Dor. People troubled with a 'hacking cough, slight cold,' or bronchial afisotioti cannot try thom too soon as similar troubles, if aU lowed to progress result in serious Pul» roonnry and Asthmatic affections. See that tho words 'Brown's Bronchial Troches' are on the Government Stamp around each box, Prcwii ed by Jofh I.Brow.v a: Sons, Boaton, U.i\ L-ropoan dtpoi, 33 IWiujjdon Koad London, Kngland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900

FOUND— On Tathra load, A PARCEL. Owtier can have name by applying at this offico and p&yiug cost of advertisement. 0 AUTION TO TRESPASSERS NOTICE is hereby given to PaRK^TS of CUILDRGN that I intend keepini; a elmrp look-out for TRESPASSERS on MV PROPERTY at NEWTOWN, and nn-oue found thereon will be PROSECUTED. with- out reapoct to perbona. A. NICKLE. TAXJA! T.iiVJIA ! A Splendid ..?Concert, — IK AID OF — SCHOOL-CHURCH COMPLETION, Will be held at TANJA, — ON — Wednesday, Dec. 5111, 1900, at 8 P.M. ADMISSION-ONE SHILLING.

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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF NOVEMBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF XOYKMHEK. CIlUKCH OF ENGLAND ?T.-IOItM'KCltCRCU HKOA. Kvury Hnnday. innnilnc at 1!, and nrcnlutf at 7.30 Sauday, UUi-WalU^uut, 3 Snmlay, 3tb— Trttija, 8 Sumlav. lfith -Rn#o. -!r Curti-»', S StitiiUy, 2SnI— Numbufftf*, !) Tu-).'-lav, URtli— Tat Ja. S Thunday, 8 p.mn Cuoli practice V. RKVAN, B.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900

FOR THE SEASON 1900. A. JToiSMER '&C0. HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE GOODS 'FOTRj TSCl'S SB A.S02ST, C3f- SPECIALLY SELECTED BY Mil DISRER, — asd — BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH! SPOT CASH! CA.LL and. IHTSPBOT BEFORE making Your PtircUnHcs ELSEWHERE. CASH PRICES! And the ONE PRICE., to Everyone — AT TIIK — Hi ELtt um STORE, : . . . BEGA ?OOOOOOOCX^C^OO© I 4 ? I » « 2 1 P/ILINQ'5 li PIAN05 I 7 ore far above the many * z common place Instrument* * ' 7 on the market, and MUCH ij ; Z CHEAPER. jj i V Catalogues FREE. 5 6 Sole Agents for r V . STEINWAY 2 V rfc BRINSMEAD I T 9°0 FEU RICH I T V LIPP & SOHN & 7 GORS & KALLMANN jj J UEBEL - ECKE § ? VICTOR ? '/IV 5 t BELLING & ®\ Z C ESTEY ORGANS. 9 1 EVERY KNOWN 5 | ? MUSIOAL INSTRUMENT fl 7 STOCKED j) 7 Strings and Fittings. $ \ W.H. PALING & GO., 5 V LIHITED, 2 ' 7 338 GEORGE STREET, 2 2 SYDNEY, „ J liocnl Agent— U. S. Harilalter. *\V hero further information may be obtained rp K N D ...

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PARISH OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900

Tliumday. 2?ntl— Niagara, )l. Suntlay, V5tb— Butuboka, 11 H.C. Mo^Hta, 5J50 TaitUwanglo, 7 JO J. A. NKWTII.M.A.. Hector

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