Elephind.com contains 38,543 items from Southern Star
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,771 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
HEARD ROUND TOWN! That 'Bohemian' is about the only Australian 'pote' that hasn't written ao ode to tbe Commonwealth ; and That in consequence overybody has much to be thatikful for. Thai sweariog is tolorated io the Victorian Assembly— tbey swore io a new Ministry the other day. That the Bega girls are after ?Narriga Jack's1 scalp ; but That this individual, like 'Jack the Hipper/ is a mystery to tbem. That some people would like to know what baa become of those ser vices rendered to Federation by ex* Premier Reid. That, what with infanticides and perjured Delilabs, Eden is earniog an uosavory reputation ; and That it is do wonder those killers made lor fresh scenes and pasturos new. That Port Said has belied its namo —Kruger never said a word to the interviewers. That Progress Committees are tbo happy hunting grounds of embryonic Members of Parliament ; and That some of the members of these bodies are more flueut than wator spouts. That Candelo iB the latest town to , catch the ma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
ItimincNM Itircclory JOHN COLLIN, ARTISTIC TAILOR, ((luircli-sli't'cl, IIvkii. adjoining tiik hank hotel. Material and Workmanship OUABANTKKD. I'KOMIT ATTENTION Ui OIHMiRS. ts- Cnll and Inspect Pattorns. WHYMAN & BROOKS, COACn & BUUGY BUIT.miUS, ilc., tea.. Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STF1EET, BEGA. ALL DKSCP.IlTIONa of VBH1CLKS Mutlu or 1 tt-pni [ i.'il on tho SI10rte.1t Notice. t str OUR PRICKS am corci»tcnt with HONKST WOHlvMANSIIIP. rpiIH O ISA M M AH SCHOOL, BEGA. — Jlnrti — REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Chrint'd Hospital and the UnWer«ity of tat«Vm (Firm l»iv Certificate). iukIct. certificated by tlw liuiverxity uf Melbourne, l^ate 8entor A*i*tJUit If mater »t hUin (QJ. TiSRMS and all information may b« ob. tuned on application. Kvftiiuir CUwe*. Shorthand CIiishou, and Privat* Tuition far tha Unmwtiyrf. OCCIDENT AL HOTEL, (,\.rr.-r ..f Carp and Auckland Streets', - II K li A. — MOSTCOMMOMi'US 110USK in TOWN. CI -e t.i Omnil Mil# Yurri-. \ik-t niiANns uf wines, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
Special A ortlscmeuts. ? furnTture, carpets, BEDSTEADS cfc REDDING. A. HALL AND CO. DRAWINO-ltODM SUITE, covered in Rich Tapestry and Sue Plush Borders —Couch, two Armchairs, ami four Small Curved Chairs. 6 Gniuotts. A. HALL AND CO. BEDROOM SUITE. Walnut Colour — Ward ru bo, draw conpurtment, enclosed by plato-glaas ilaur ; D lichen so Drcs-iiiv Table to corrcpv011^* Macbletcp Wuxh- j stand, 2 Cliiura, and Towel Rml £0 15s. | A. HALL AND CO. DINING-ROOM SUITE, Vrrv Strung;-!! larved-back Chairs, Puir Kasy Chairs, uud Couch, nil Spring-i-oated. £* l°9* j A. HALL AND CO. KUIX-HI55E H ALK-TESTKU UEIISTEAI) Intended Pootrail and brass mounted ; Boat Kupok Mattress, Bolster, ana 2 Pillows, Triple Wiro Mattress. £1 15s complete. A. IIALL AND COMPANY, 561, 563, 565, and 567 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. HALL'S Now Cut il.iguu, 72 l'ligus, MlO llluHtmti''' l'o-t Free, or at OHico of tliii l'uper Oountry Orders packed fi'oo. Opon all day SATURDAY until 'J p m Close 1 p.m. WKDNKSDAY. Leavo Trum at L...
An Important Gathering. CONFERENCE OF PROGRESS COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
An Important Gathering CONl'KRKNCE OK PKOGRKSd COM MITTERS. At tho Item Sohool of Arts, on Wednosdny lrnt, i) gathering ttoa hold which testifies to tho spirit of 'aascrting our rights' which U at Inst beginning to pervade tho Boga dis trie t— ono time described by a Shoalhavon paper as 'Sleepy Hollow'— but which to day, wo are pleaded to nob\ in well up in the vun of progress. The meeting was a nmf.)rciiei- district Progress CoiomitU«os, aud was tbo rosult of a resolution at the first conference of the kind at Candelo some months b.ink, at tho suggestion of tho Candelo body. Mr. H. 0. T. Cowdroy, president of tho Boga Vigiluneo Association, presided, and tho following delegatus woro present :— Candelo— Messrs. C. 11. Brooks, Jos. Mr.Saught and Ja* Pike ; Beniboka— Messrs. D. Finn and W. C. Allen ; Quaama —Messrs. W. J. Tarlinton and R. J. Jx-gan ; Wvndhnin — Mr C. Stiles; besides Messrs IY'll, Manning, Hasliugden, T. Batctnau, Cunniughum, Thompson, Mason and Rosen thal!, of Bega. M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
i To the Deaf.— A rich ladf, oured of her Deafness and Noisos in tbo He&d by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drutn9, gave £5,000 to bis-Iostituto, so tbat deaf people unable to procure tbe Ear Drums may have them free. Address, No. 144 D, The Nicholson Institute, Lougoott Guonorsbury, London, W.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. It! Jimmy Governor's trial, tbo caeo for tbe Crown has olosoJ. Tho trial w II probably conclude to-day. Tbo Uppor Tloueo rojooted tho In dustrial Arbitration Bill by a majority of 33 to 13. The Promior vras uiuch dieappointml at the Onuncil'ij action, which ho ropards lie serious ; tiut ho intendod to net with million. Nothing further ooutd ho dnno this seasion ; but in tho moantimo it might bo desirablo to refer tho whole mattor to a Koyal Curnmissiuu. Two brothora namod Holingwurth loft Loanilraiilul r/ntion, Quooualtind, on bicycles for lCyouna. Tbo doad | body of ono was fouod twenty miles ar ay, but no traco of tbo othor was to bo found. A reuiarkablo iliscovory haa been mado nt forth, W.A. Mujor Polly, who died thero in Decomber lust, has turned out to bo identical with ''Stat light,' tho notod buebranger. Sir Win. Lyno soea no objection to gozotting Decombor 3 1st a public buliday aa far as the country districts are ooncornod. A Wellington jur...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
New Moon on Thursday last. At Berry last week heifers sold as high as £8 5s and £10 15 j. The rainfall at Oasino— on the Man ning—is this yoar tho smallest oo reoord — 27 ioohes. Nowra ratepayers negatived the pro posal to light the town with kerosene. We should think so. Quite a large numbor of looal roai dents took passage in Thursday's boat for Sydney. Mr. J. O Farrbll'b racehorre Slug was on Thursday shipped at Tathra for Sydney per theEdon. A BUGOY accident was averted yester day by tho timelv and prompt aotion of a Post- office official. Owing to the pressure on our spuco wo ate compelled ta hold over an article ou the Wnst End Oieamery, It was at Rbenostor that Alox. Fulton roceived bis wounds, meotiou o( which was mado in our last issue. Rumored that the genial 'On*u Arnold is about to returo to Boga to tako up his old trade aa hairdrennor, oto. Rosewood, winner of tbo last Bega Oup, is weighted at 7st 51b lor tbo Moorofield Handicap, to be run to-day. - Edkn's contribution ...
WOLUMLA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
WOLUMLA.. I (From our Correspondent.) MINING matters are quiet.. Suspensions of Wbuur conditions appear to be tbe order of the day. Application for sus pension was again made on Tuesday by 1 the Eclipse G M. Coy., whoa tbe Wardeo grantod a further month. It was re ported that this Company had disposed of tbeir property to a Victorian oompftny, but I am informed negotutioos aro not yet complete— Tbe Wolumla Gold fields Coy., Ltd. (capital £175,000) are . now issuing tho script which was appor tioned tbe various claim-boldors who dis— | posed of their properties* On Saturday tbo Oompany aocopted the tonder of Messrs. Momsen and Lovo for sinking thsir tnaiu working ehaft a further dopth of 100ft. A flow of water in tbe shaft bas bee') mot with, which somewhat re- j tards tho progrea* of the work of ainkioc. , Balling operation/* aro now finished, and tho contractors havo sUrted work. Wben complotod, thi* contruct will carry tbo shaft to a depth of l?25f'-. Excavutions j for battery, ot...
LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. A horse fell with Lord Roborts on Sunday ; but Lord Roberts was only slightly shakon. Tho Boor* surprioed a British out pont at Balmoral, six soldiers boiog killod, fivo wounded and three cap tured. Tho outpost subsequently re occupied tho position, capturing four of tho ooemy aod wounding five. A gale in tbo Mediterranean do layed tho warship with ox President ICruger aboard. Heavy rniu poilt the pro Boor demonstration*; nt Mar seilles aod the general public woro listless. Aogry scenes occurred io the reception rooms, soma attributing the delay io landiog to political motives. It is reported that Dr. Leyds ad- - vised Kruger to procood with great j cnuticn. The British shollod and dtove tho ' Boers froru Baberspron hills to the i plains, where tho Luncors- pursuod j them for inilet-, the Boors suffering heavily. Commandant Brand has boon i wounded. j The Mirseilles forts salu'ed the arrival of tho ntoflinnr O»-ldor]riiid. ! Dr. Leyds was ou bunrd co...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
PRKSBYTEUUN. Beua, uvorv Sunday at 11 and 7.30 Candelo, tho First Sandaynf cach mouth at S Wotumta, th» Second 8unday of cach Month at 9 Kamcrnkit, tho 8rd Rmiday in cach month at U Hro^o. tho Fourth Sunday of uach Month at 8 Choir Prdctico at 8 p.m. crcrv Friday. M.KIUKPATRICK.B.A
CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
CATHOLIC Sunday, liitli— Candelo, 8 aod 11 Monday, t^Ctli — Bemboka, 7 and 9 Tui-adny, */7th — Rumboka. 7 ami !? WtHlnttaday, VBtli— Beinboks. 7 and 9 TliQRklay, iflHli— Bemboka, 7 and U DKCKMBCH Juuday, 2nd— Beffa,9. Candrlo.tl.30 Sunday, 9th— Candelo, 9. Bt-tta, J 1 80 Sunday, 16th— Botnboka, 11 Sun'ar, 23nl— Dega, 9. Candelo, 11.80 Xm.v- Day, 35th— Beg*. 6.90,Cnndoto9, HeKa. 11,80 Sunday, 3Jth— Bega, 9. Candolo, 1 1 JO
SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
SALVATION ARMY, BEGA Bvorr Suuday — Kuoo' Drljl, 7 a.m. ITollucas Moisting, It A.m. Frco and Easy, 3 n m. Settlement 3.15. Salvation, 7.80. . - ? CJ W. ROWELL. Enalnn. %\yt ^tar, PUBLIPHED AT B8QA ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 'Bk juft, and fear nst; let all tho enda thou aim* At at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's ** SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1900
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 24 November 1900
WESLKVAN. Firct Sunday in raeh month. Rtva 11, lay srrvico lU'Utbokn, 11. Meringlo (Mr S. .lohnatoue'rt) I'.SO. Rc^a, (young people'* eorvicc) 7^) Socoud Sunday, Boga, 11 (Communion), and 7.30 1) oi(o, 8 Third .Sunday, Hoffa, II nnd 7.30. Wolumla, S Fourth Sunday, Boga, It an I 7.90. Candelo, A Fifth *undav (when occurring), Rega, 11 and 7.90 Wolumla, S Week Evkmihq Mkjbtihos akd Sebviois Tuesday, 271h -Waltaffoot, 8 Wednesday, 28th— Wolumla, Mr McPaul's, sen. B Friday, 30th— fiemboka, 8 DSthexBia Monday, 9rd—Settleciout, 8 Tuesday, 4th— Tanja, 8 Wodioailay, 6th— Candelo, 8 Friday, 7th— Brogo, Tomptars' Hall, 9 Christian Kudtiavour Meotiog, Wednesday, 7.15 Choir practioo, Friday, 7.80 JOHN KCHARKIE. ?
To Shave or not to Shave. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 November 1900
To Share or not to Share A liUMOitous Welsh critic contends fl) that shaving is injurious to health nnd strength ; (2) that it is fatal to manly beauty ; (.'J) that it DUtrngfj tho natural and visililo sign of Bex. 'You cannot,' he says, 'give me space to-uay lor the support of these propositions by facts an.l argument, I will, there fore, only say that a beardless man is as much a monstrosity as a bearded woman. Efleiuhiacy in n man is less endurable than mas culinity in women ; though both are abandoning their proper sphere, lite former seeks to rise above, the latter to Mnk beneath it. More seemly and in every respect better to shave the head, or even, like certain oriental Fakirs, the whole body except the face.' The Denizen of T Ify Lnnd points out 'Peter the tireut came near losing his throne through his efforts to banish the be-ird, ami Pope Leo IX. and Uicgory VIII. anathematised and kin-led bull upon bull against the unfortunate hirsute appendage. Willium the (Jonqtu-rur wo...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 November 1900
It is reported that Do Wot and Steyn, with 1000 mou, bave slipped through tho British lines between Alexandria and Warringham. Mr. Tneopbilus Schroiner has warned Great Britain against tbo premature withdrawal of troops from South Africa. Tho Homo Soorotarv (Mr. O. T. Ritchinl says that unle'a oxcossive Churob ri'ual is abated, legislation on the oubjoot is inevitable. Sir William Lyno considers that Im peritl men wilt bo appointed Stato Go. reraors, and uot tbe Chief Justices of of tbe fereral colonies. A youth named fi. I). Weir was found ?hot dead near Hay, with a rerolrer and an open bible beside aim.
The Wrong Perfume. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 November 1900
The 'Wrong Perfume. A FliKBMASON in a somewhat un steady condition, set out to attend tins meeting of his lodge. He ar rived, knocked ot the door, and gave thepasswird. The ciardian, who wiim a new hnm!. nluccd his nose tu Ihe keyhole instead of his oar. Tho visitor repeated the password, 'Abstinence,' a second time, but tho door still remained unopened. 'Why don't you open the door? Haven't 1 got the right word?' shouted the infuriated Mi.S'iu. 'Ay,' responded Sandy, through the kuyhuli1, 'vou'vo got the riclit word, mon ; but ye've. got the wrong smell.'
"Starlight." the Bushranger. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 November 1900
'Starlight.' the Bushranger TllK Perth 'Miimiiie llor«l«l' last week published a lilts' inteioiiina 'tory, showing clearly 'I''1 P- &. Pi-lly, or 'Major Pelly,' as lie wus 'nitnwu, who 'died from tho eflects of pms.m tuken by iiintnKfi lor medic' tut on Decemvir i'i last, and who was nt the timn of I'ia death employed in the (!col'Rical 1-«- partiuent, Penh, as amanuensis of j i he Government Geologist, was. nono other than 'Starlight,' the, ti»tfiri-iii.i Australi-m bushranger of | :HI years ago. In lVrlh it was re- i ocgnisi'd by those over him that ho I was n man of no mean attainments. Those whn name in contrct with him could not understand his stiimgi! ways. Only on -are oc- 1 ciisions was ho known !o speak ot himself, nml all thu information he ever volunteered wns that ho hail served in the nrmv, nml had seen j netive service. In i-roof of this lit: j displayed bullet woun.ls nn various , paits of his body, mid with that | uvidencn none doiihted his word. ' People dit...