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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
lliiHiiiCHM IMrrclury JOHN COLLIN, artistic tailor, -;iiurcli-*treet. Itega, adjoining tub hank iiotbl. Material and Workmanship GUABANTKKU. PROMPT ATTENTION to ORPKItH. tsr call and Inspect Patterns. 'whymmuT brooks, COAOU 4 BUGGY BUILDERS, Ac., &o.» Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLKS Mado or Repaired op the Shorteal Notice. |3T OUR PRICES are copula lent with HONEST WORKMANSHIP. IJM1E GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. REV. ALFRED 4.- ROLFE. Of Chri#t*a Hospital and tho University of London (First Div. Certificate), and oor certlfictttcd by tho University of Melbourne, , Late Senior ^twlitatit ifaetcr afc Bto/i (Q)« TflUMS and all information m«y be ob tained on application. ify Evening donne*. Shorthand Clai^ea* and Privato Tuition for tho Universities. OCCIDENTAL. HOTSU, Corner of Carp and Auckland Streets, — n e o A. — MOST COMMODIOUS IIOUSK in TOWN. CI -no to Central Sulo Yard*. HEW BRANDS of WINES, SPIRITS, find ItEEUS. ify I- hut-claiU Tai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
Spcclnl AiHortisenicnlN. FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING. A. HALL AND CO. DRAWING-KOOM SUITE, covured in Bioli Tapestry anil Silic 1'lunli Borders ? Couch, two A rmclmir.H, niul four Sraull Curvoil Chid™. 6 Guiuoin. A. HALL AND CO. BEDROOM SUITE, Walnut Colour — Wardrobe, dress compartment, enclosod by plate-glans door ; Duchosse Dressing Tablo to correspond, Marbletrp Wash- j stand, 2 Chain*, aud Towol Hull £0 15a. | A. HALL AND CO. DINING-ROOM SUITE, Wry Strong-G Carved-back Chairs, Pair lvasy Chairs, and Couch, all Spring-seated. £*- 15s. A. HALL AND CO. FULL-SIZE IIALF-TESTBR BEDSTEAD Extended Footruil and bra** mounted ; Best Kanak Muttress, Bolster, and 2 Pillows, Triplo Wiro Mattre**. £4 15s complotc. A. HALL AND COMPANY, 581, 563, 565, and 567 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. IIALli'S Now Cntulojfuo, 72 Pages, oOO IlluHtrationH. Font Free, or at Oflico of tliU l'uper Uou.ri.try Orders pnokod free. Opon all day SATUUDAY until 0 p.m CIimo 1 p.m. WKDXE3DAY. Lcnvo Train Ht...
Bega Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
Bega Police Court, ' — ? — yifrrmDiT, Mr. Tlnles, P.M., ha.Innun.dnv Bitting, tbo caso of Ellen Bock v. Ferdinand Book for support, taking up most of the timo. Previous to the casus coming on, Mr. Hales, P.M., informed tlwj Presa reprc.tentA* lives that Mr. Curtis inteuded to mako application tlwit the large table in t)-o court room oo Teserveti solely fur tlw uso of «*oaci torH and their clients, tuid tho 'Soutlicrrv Star' rvjioctor was aroordingly provided with a table for h» o^n use. Aatonga»we* cau remtanber tl»o reporters htxvo always eonductod their business at tho soKritorV tablr, tho reportetn* box being situated* almOHt in tho far conier of Iho roon», hut. heru^.'forth they nru to luwo a tablo of their* W elaia* CtAJitcs p^)adc(T gnilty to keeping an unregistered dog, and wiw finod I On and ?1h lOd eoyta. TITEFT. IJE?mr Tavloh, agod 11 yoars aud 9* months,, wan charged with stealing tho sum. i-f fn silver from tho ahop of Cliarle.t: Cook, in Auckland-*treet, on Saturday lus...
Bega District Teachers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
Bega District Teachers' Asso ciation. O.v Saturday last tbo town wa& full of echooMeacbor*, tho object of their coming together beiog tbo ratification by tho tnombors of the code^f rulos drawn up for tho control of tho Association. Tbo toaobors (somo of whom catno from Nimitybollo and Tilba) mot at the Superior Public School, and adoptod tho roport and tho oodo of rulos. (Owing to waut of space wo nro comfiolled to hold over tho lecrotary'e report, whioh will be printod in our uext). Tbo mooting over, tbo gathering woro troatod to afternoon tea by Mro. W. J. Cunningham, whoso kindnoas was greatly approbated by her guests. TllE BANQUET. In tbo ovoning tbo visiting toachors aod thoir wivos woro or.tortaiood ut a banqaot at tho Conttal Hotol by tbo mombers of tha local branch. Tbo largo dining tablos of tbe Central woro ladon with tho choicost of viands, whilst pot plinte and out flowers lent a ploaeing ofloct. Mr. W. J. Cunniugbam piejidod, and had Mr. Durio on bis right and U...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS 8TIJNEY, Tuosdoy. Aptf.r tho nnjnurnmont yostcrdnj of tho Conioghfim divorco cnao tho poti* tionor was violeutly mobbod outaiilo tho court, and had to bo roscuod by tho polico. A torrifio toroado occurrod at Narra bri yoBtarday, loaving an uoparallolod sceao of dosolntion and distress. Not a single building, lnrgo or Hoinll, oa oopod. Tbo atronts woro otrowu with tho wrockago. During tbo hoight of tbo alarm darknosa sot in, and tho townspeople boenmo torroiatrickon. Another caso ot plaguo is roportod from Brisbano. Tho chargo of porjury against Mr. Mcintosh, M.P., of QuoonBlund, broko down on a technical point. A sncno occurrod in tho Quoonalaod Assouibly last night, resulting in tho Buoponsion of Mossrs. IjOsina, McDon ald, Maxwoll aod Fitxgorald for ooo wook, in coasi'tjuonco of diaordorly conduct. 1 oo jury diaagrood on anothor chargo against brothor Wybertup, in tho Sioko ^Now JSoaland) cases. Tho Victorian Promior and Attornoy Gonoral nave both boon ro-oloctod ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
The l.S.N. Co. advertises Xmas ex cursion fares in this issue. , Busn fires are raging in the Sooth Western portions of the oolony. A large number of passengers cam0 dowo by the Eden yesterday. Word has oome through iodireotly of the death of another Bega soldier at the front. The Assembly has referred thoTarago Braidwood railway to the Publio Works Committee. The Mario Narolle Concert Company performed to pucked houses at Oooma last week. TllE Boua Cricket Club is matched to play the Drv River Club oo the /atter'a wioket next Saturday, Convent entertainment last night a irreat succcim. Tho performanco will be rcpoatcd to-night. Attention is dirootod to an nd*t. in this issao as to soats for fiowing tho CommoDwealth prooossion. Pionio and concert at Tanja to-day. A largo numbor of Boga puople intend fisiiiug this fa?orito spot. ^ A bull, tho property of Mr. Joeoph Kirkland. of Cooper a Qully. was also a victim (if last Friday's tornfic lightning. The Mountain Top provisional school,...
WOLUMLA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
WOLUMLA. (Fuom ol'h Correspondent.) On Saturday tbu Wolumla Cricketers met Boga on tbe former's wickot, and. contrary to goneral expectations, the ro suit was a win for tbo homo team. Tho | day was an ideal ooo for cricket, the I wicket also beiog perfect. Tbo fiolding ' of tho local team in tbo socond iboiogs J was rather loose and faulty, which was I I somewhat natural undor tho circum stances, as Bega, not scoring sufficient I runs in tboir first innings, had to follow i on, and consequently tbo Wolumlaitea had to again tako tho field without a spoil. Alf. Buckott, for Wolumla, mado 40 not out, playiog a most determined game, bis dofoDce being particularly good, bo not taking any risks. Tho other mombers of tho team to roach double figures woro L. Schafer, W. Walsh, T. Smith and L. Fowler, tho lattor making some oflectivo strokes for bis sooro of 29. Bowling honors wore secured by L. Scbafor, who at first sent down somo rather soft stuff, but onco he got on tho spot bo required a...
LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
LATEST CABLES. LONDON. Mondsv. Lieu. T. M. Moore, of the N.S.W. Bushmen, has boon highly commended for conspicuous gallantry at B*ekfaD toin. Io &□ intorvk)w with a Bolgian journalist, Kruger is reported to have said that all was lost. I Tbe German journal 'Vorwaarta'' SQVS that KrUffOr is thn *infim nf nn. I Jitical illusiooff. i Tho Kaiser regretted that previous i engagements prevented him from re : ceiviog Kruger, who, on receipt of tho message, abandoood his proposed visit. After renting a few days atCologno, Ivrugor rill proceed to Holland. DetuilH of tho fighting at Hoitzfon teiu show that tho Australian forces utjder General Paget behaved with great gallantry. The uTimn8M sayn that the frank and honorable action of tho Kaisoi with regard to Kruger*8 visit haa un- ' pleaaantly iuipresswd tho French Nationalists with the Ba^nuity of tbo lino of conduct pureued by the Froneb President. The British losaes ot Heitzfonteio numbered thirteen killoiJ uod fi/ty soven wounded....
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
PllKSBYTEIUAN. IJek'ft, evory Sunday at 11 and 7.H0 Candolo, tho First Sunday of each month at 3 I Wolumla. tho 8ccond Snnday of each Month at 8 ' Katneruka, the Srd Sunday in each month at 8 j BroKo, the Fourth Sunday o! rach Mouth at 8 ' Choir Pmctiro at 8 p.m. every Friday. | M. ttlHKPATRICK, B.A, I
CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
CATHOLIC Wrdne«day, 2flth— Bomboka.7 and 9 Thursday, 'JOtli— Dnraboka, 7 and U DROKKOKB Sunday, 2nd— Hog*, 9. Candrlo, 11.80 Snnday, 9th— Candelo, 9. Hum, 11 30 Sunday, lHth— Hcraboka, 11 Sun 'sv. VSrd— Ucffa, 9. Candilo. 11 AO Xmai Day. &'-tli— Bega, 6.80, Candelo 9, llega, 11,30 Suuday, 30th— llega, 9. Candelo, 11.30
Highwaymen on the Barrier. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
Highwaymen 021 the Barrier. A sensational sticking-up by nrme-l lii»lnv.iynien occur reil at Broken Hill on Saturday night lust. Mr. Isaac Krantz, a storekeeper, in IiUoiness in Argfnt-stri-et, wns re turning home to South Broken Hill in a buggy, with a young lady . assistant, carrying a bag containing tbe day's takings which were con siddiiible. As the trap was going up a hill close to tho South mine, a in»n caught the horse by the heud, and ordeied Krantz to 'bail up.' The woman in the trap screamed, j and tho horse plungi'd. One of the highwaymen fired his revolver, and by the flash Krantz saw two men, both with their faces blackened. Krantz whipped up his horse, and a second shot was then fired. A few yards further on the horse fell dead, havine been shot through the shoulder, and Krantz aud the lady wero thrown out on the road. Picking up the money-bag and the girl, Krantz ran on, and sought protection in a loaded wagonette, whiiih hud preceded him, nnd which stopped on hearing...
SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
SALVATION ARMY, BEGA Every Runday — Kneo Drill, 7 a.m. Iloliness MoctinR, it a.m. Freo and Easy, 8 p m. Settlement 2.45. Salvation, 7.30. C W. HOWELL, Ensign. Cije Smitten rOULIPHED AT BEOA ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 'Bk juht, nnd fear n)t: let all tho ends thou aira'st at bo thy country's, thy God's, and truth's.' WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1900
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
To the Deaf. — A. rioh lady, oured of hor Uealneae and Noiaea id the Uetd by Dr. Nicbolion'a Artificial Ear Drum*, gavo £2,000 to hia Institute, ao that deaf peopln unable to procure the Ear Druma may baro them free. Addreaa, No. 144 D, The Nich'iljon IoatUate, Loogcott Gannorabury, London, W. AUTHENTIC MEDIOALOP1NIONS WORTH KNOWING — Dr. Oaborneaaya: ?? I uae SANDEB & SONS' EUCALYP TI EXTRACT aa a apray for naaal ca tarrh, low favor, asthma, &o., with great buccobb. I find this preparation auporior to all othera.' Dr. Stahl : ' I have used various preparations of Eucalyptus, but I f*e* hotter resulta from SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than from any other.' Dr. Preeton : ' I never use any Eucalyptus preparation other than SANDER & SONS', and I found the othors to be almoat uaeless.' Di. Hart: 'It eoes without saying that SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is tho beat in tho market.' In inBuenza, all favors, throat and lung trouble, diphthoria diarr...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
WESLETAN. First Sunday iu each month, Rcsta 11, lay sorvice Heinboka, 11. Meringlo (Mr S. Johnstone's) 2.30. Ht'Kft, (younK people's serVicc) 7.30 Second Sunday, Boga« 11 (Communion), and 7.80 B'oko, 8 Third 5unday, Row, 21 and 7.&J. Wolumfa, 8 Fourth Snudav, llcga, 11 an.l 7.30. Candelo, 8 «« }h -.un,,fty (w,,ao occurring), Bega, 11 and 7*0 Wolumla, 8 WKEK EvKSIMO MKKTIS'OS AMD SXRVICKS Monday, 8rd— Bega Band of Hopt*,8 Tuchdny, 4th — Woliagoot, 8. Lantern Wednesday, fith— Candolo, 8 ' Friday, 7th— Brogo, Tonipiara' Hall, S Christian Endeavour Meeting, Wednesday, 7.15 Choir practice, Friday, 730 ' 'JOHN SC11ARKIE. .
Home Cures [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
Home Cures A l'BitsiSTENT and Kiii.oyin^' coiiyli, which occurs nt nigli' uii'l krnpt the patient awnkc, may frequently l-e controlled by a glass of watin milk with xeltzer or some mineial wmer, oc ii cup of wiimi couon, drunk slowly on retirim;. Avoid cough remedies if pos sible, during the daytime ; nvoid i' crowded room before retiring, or, | if this is impossible, smoking or any tiling which will taint ihc at mosphere must bo intcnlictvd. The n|-|. Motion of a warm poultice or a hot hag to the chest will often re lieve coughiiig. It is worth while to recall that a I k i'il lemou is an extrnoulinary remedy for hoarsenes', nnd one often roHiirti d lo hv sinners nntl public .'punker.M. The lemon is li'ikeil like mi apple, nnd u little of the hinted and tliirkeiied juice e.sprrzeil over lump .sugar. When the physician's ? rdcrs for bid the use of acid or juicy fruit for the early suppei iu the nursery, one or two of the large figs or il.roc or lour of ihe small black tigs will lie f...
Bega District Vigilance Association. FIRST ANNUAL REPORT. TO THE MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
Bega District Vigilance As sociation. FIltST ANNUAL UKI'OltT. To Tn* Membirs, Okktlbuen — Yi'iir Committee Iiiiti; plcaa uro in presenting ibis, tho first Annua! Ki'port, anil Iru-t thut tho result of their labors will not 'lily m'-t with your i\ti prurnl, but nliw will' tho nppruval of tin: public gen-Mlly, wlioruby incruawi mum lmr.Mii itmi* lu- obtained During the vear I i Coinmiitou Meetings baro been held, will' tbo lulluning at tendances:— H. O. T. Cowdrov 10, T. l!ate lnan 0 CI. K limoks 1 1, .W. Haslingdon a. J. RUnn 8, A .1 Ma-on 9, A. L. Munriirig b, K. C. A ? Wl* CansJell -t, J. B. Jarksun it, I'. Koaenthall 9, If. I. l'ell 14, A. TlimiipMin 7. II. M. fllouifield «, 0. J. Cnnuiiiglmm 1'2. E. Pnrsons 9. K. II. fitiufTnter S. Mra-rrf. Cnnxlell nnd Stief vnter te^igned in August lu«t. Mr. A. Ttioinp'uu wus g'snled 3 n-oiitli'-i leave uf db^enL-u Tho following -f rka have been iippliaJ far (with tin! tv-nli .ii'I'endud) to tliu vnriuin Government ilep.nlnieiiiH : — 1. Kxti li...
Bermagui Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
Bermagui Mystery The following is from the Bulletin ? 'Yes' ! said the piano-tuner, 'I was travelling down Jiurmngui way a week or so before the 'mystery, and I am not likely to forget the trip. Was ridinc almiir the beach when 1 saw a man standing on a sandhill. He beckoned, and I ir.nde over to him. 'Like a drink of tea?' hu asked. I thanked him, and followed him into a soit of cave, the sandy walls of which were supported with ti-tree bushes. There was a fire burning on the middle of the floor and two men crouched beforo it moulding bul lets. When I went in they stood up and got in front of me, whilst the man who had invited me in took up a tomahawk and got be hind. Then one of the men in front raised his hanr. and they all sat down. After I'd had some tea, which I didn't relish, I tola thein 1 was in n hurry and must push on. Depend upon it, I pushed. 'Bout twelve months after, a man ae costcd me in Cooma and asked me if I recollected him. I didn't, and he mentioned Bermagui and...
Facial Neuralgia [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 December 1900
Facial Neuralgia A NKW and simple method of relief for this rondiiion is brought for ward by Or. W. (.'. Belt. It. is simply to dirccl the patient to place the hand opposite the side on which the neuialgia is felt in a basin of water as hot as it can be b-iriie. lie claims that relief will be experien'ed in less than five minute.-. His explanation of the action of this procedure is tlmt the two nerves endowed with the grentest number of tactilo nervo endings aie the fifth nnd the meri ili.n, and their motor ureas in the cortex arc not only adjacent but actually overlap. As thu fibres eross in the cord he expccts a powerful tactile impulse conveyed from, say, the left hand, to eflect in some deg-ee, Ihe conical centre 'f tho tilth nerve on the oppo-ite side, lie cites several cases in which its hi'iietirial action was shown. The met hod is simple that it may be tried :.n a number of cases, and if without benefit, it will be without harm, it would be u dreadful set hack lo the opeiati...