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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

-yy e s I e y a n church FEDERAL FAIR. 355- LYCEUM HALL, BEGA. Sept. IJMh null Isith.lOOO. ALFnEDJ. MASON, Seo.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

A. H. Baumbbro, from Sydney, visits tt'B Beg* District regularly every three months with a grrud selection of nowest jewelry. * Valuable Discoveiit for tiir f Iath. — If jour tuir is taming gre* or white or falliug off use the * 1 M BXIC AN HAIU RKNKWE R, or it will positively restore in every ease -Srey or White hair to its orjgitinl colour, without having the dioagrceable smell of most 14 Ho* storers.' It makes tho charmingly hair beautiful, a« well ah promoting the prowth of the hair on bald spots, whero tho glauds aro net decayed. Ask yoar chemist for 'tjik Msxtca* ITaib Bkkcweh,' sold by Chemist? andtPoifamerseverjwhpreatS*. OdL per nettli and wholesale depot 93, Farrin^dou Rotd Xondon, England. A boom to CiVurot'e tunukern WILLS* celebrated importeil ' CAI'STAIN ' cigar ettes Jd per packet of 10.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR. THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

THE WAR. THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, Thursday. Ti'E lines of Communication between Capetown and Protoria have been re stored. Lord Methuen'Tins completely routed Commandant De Wet's forces, who ai tempted to obstruct bim while escort-^ ing a convoy to' Heilbrand. nnint. at Pretariu. and busiress h-«a.':.heen ' 'returned. The Johannesburg share market is becom ing daily more crowded. ^ Major-General Baden Powell- has arrived at Rustenburg, where every thing is quiet. Commandant Elofl has arrived at Capetown, en-:.ouie for Si. Helena. General Hnnier's force has arrived at Krugersdorp, being unopposed dur ing bis march from Viyberi;. ^ Particulars .of Lord . Kitcht'ner.s narrow escape state il'.at hu was bleep iug io a railway car 'near ICroonitadt, when Commandant Do Wet suddenly uttacked tbe car willi rifles and guns. Lord K.itobener suddenly awoke, saddled his horse nnd galliped 10 miles to Rhenonler, whero 1,300 British were encamped. All the detachmentEof the Australian Bushmen conti...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

K N T 1 S T R Y F. G. HEADr — WILL — VISIT BEMB0KA FRIDAY and SATURDAY » ami 2.1UU JtMO. Pormanent Addrofw : — CARP-ST., REOA. Af ARRIAGE NOTICES 3h„ including l\i copy of paper. Births, 2s. Gd. Dcuthn. 2s. Cd. per inch, tn Memoriam, 3{i. per inch. Advcrttnements of travelling coinpnuira CHrth in advance.

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HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! That a Dorthurn paper, rcferiing to The Southern Star, naya that tbe trail of the Tarlintona is over most thingB dawn noutli, nnd that thuro is no reason why the Press should bo exempt ; bat That the writer should have added tbe trail of the Smiths is over every thing north, south, east, west, aod points between. That the 'commandeering' of poul try is quite fashionable around Bega just now. That one resident, while bewatliog tbe loss of a pair of pet leghnrns, was recently asked to go in a raffle for a couple ot fowli, one each being offered to tbe highest and lowest throwers respectively ; and That having thrown tho highest, and got possession of the fowl, tbe said resident wan knocked endwise to recognise iu bis prize one of tbe lost leghorns. That the right man — or rather the right son ot a man — lias nt lust beon run to earth at Wolumla ; and That residents in the little village may in future sally forth without fear of having their most trivial actions or sa...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

j Special A«Uertihi'in«Mit*. \ ? ! F. A. ORMISTON, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, CARP-STBEBT, BEGA, («r .VIMKI'Y OPPOSITE OFFK U.) BEOS to uiiiiuuuco that he lnw emrnged nn MANAUklt of his CIIMII-STKY UUSlNKSS, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), (Lute Manner of Lending Katubliahiuents in Sydney and Onulburn.) | HAVING A DDK I) EXTKNSIVBIjY TO 1IIS STOCK, ho ia in a position j to SUPPLY THK W A N'TS OF CUSTOMERS. j PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs ' and Chemicals. Country Orders pi'imiptly ut(«iuli'd to. (j^» SPECIAL CA11E 01 YEN TO ORDERS BY POST. E N T I S T It Y MR. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP-STRKKT, BKC1A, Opposite School ol* Arlw. CROWN AND BRIDGE WOltK A SPECIALITY. ILLAWA KRA STKAM NAVI GATION COMPANY. A STEAM IS K WILL LKlVK SfOXKY evory MONDAY and WED NESDAY at noon ED13M every WEDNESDAY at S a.m., aud SATURDAY. G a.m. MBRIMBULV, every WJ3DN* \SD AY, at 9.30 a.m., aud SATURDAY at 7.30 a.m. TATHRA, every WEDNESD...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

ItushicsK l)lrccl«r.v JOHN COLLIN, ARTISTIC TAILOR, Cliurcli-Ntruet, Itugii, ADJOINING TUB HANK HOTEL. Material and Workmanship guabAnteed. . PIIOMPT ATTENTION to ORPKRS. is- Call and. Inspect Patterns. J^EPAIItS A SPECIALITY ♦ A. MUELLER, - PRACTICAL — WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER in every detail to the tnido, lU' CARP - STREET, BEGA. Balance Stuffs, Cylinilors, Pinions, Vortros, Jowel Holed, in f'ict, everything connected with Watchen, Clock*, nnil Jewellery, skil fully repaired, lind ropliiood with tho utmont despatch. rjpiIE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. — Maotkii — REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Christ's Hospital and tho Univornity of London (First Div. Certificate), and cor cortificated by tho Univordity of Melbourne, Loto Senior 4ssUtant Master at Eton (Q). TflRMS and all information may bo ob tained oil application. Evening Classed, Shorthand Clwuwn, and Private Tuition for tho Universities. rjIHE CENTRAL HOTEL, BEGA Under Now Management. MRS. RAFTER BEGS to remind VISITOItS to BEGA that they ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARISH OF KAMERUGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

f-AHMII or KAMK1I IIKA Sunday, 34th-— lloiuboks, 11, UotfUla, iLHO, TanU wanglo 7 J. A. NEWT!!. M.A., Roctor

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF JUNE. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

CHURCH SKRVICE3. MONTH OK JUKE. CHUHCU OF ENOL'AND st. John's cucncii nxn* Sunday, 31th— Bega, It and 7.80. Wallagoot, 8 Thursday, 8 pan., Chois practice F, BE VAN, B.A.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

| 2 PflLlNQ'5 5 PldN05 1 7 are far above the many & 7 common place instruments * ? on the market, and MUCH * ? CHEAPER. 4 V Catalogues FREE. 5 V Sole Agents for 7 V . STEINWAY 2 7 rift BRINSMEAD 2 I f FEURICH I 1 ^ LIPP & SOHN 4 7 GORS & KALLMANN 5 2 UEBEL - ECKE x-V ^ 2 VICTOR '/[V j- 2 BELLING & 'V V t ESTEY ORGANS. ? t ____ I It EVERY KNOWN . 3 £ MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 5 J STOCKED - -rai, k £ Strings and Fittings. I W.H. PALING & CO., \ Jj LiniTBD, 2 j 338 GEORGE STREET, 2 I SYDNEY, 5

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

j THIS; SPACE ? i ; j ? — IS FOR — A. J. DISHER & CO., — the — Ml ?MS Um STORE:, — WHERE - , -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP, - EIRST DISPLAY— Thursday, 7th inst.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAMBULA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

j^AMBULA [From our Correspondent.] The ball and supper held annually in aid of the Cottage Hospital eventu ated on Wednesday night last, and although enjoyable, as usual, the at tendance was ooly moderate, the damp and threatening weather, no doubt, keeping many away. The supper i was a magmnoent spread, aatnties galore, wines, aerated waters, tea aod coffoe, being donated by the whole country sido. The hall was tastefully i decorated with fern tree greenery and | flags. Music was in tho hands of ! Professor Maboney, who is about to j 'trek' to fresh fiUde. .Extras were 1 played by Misses Haugh and Furnoll, and Mr. A. Young, .Mjs. Newton favoring the company . by sweetly Binging 'O'er the Hills to Nor mandy.' The marshalling of affairs was io the hands of the L&dies' Hos pital Committee — Mrs. .§qftdfer, who appeared in grey silk, ;Wjith' crimson streamers : Mrs. King, id black tner veilleux and white satin ; Mrs. Bad deley, black mervoilleux aod red roses ; Mrs. Haywood, he...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON. Tharsdnv. The Boxers havo damaged the railway north of Tientsin nnd burned the Ro man Catholic chapel and ninny booses. The ChiueHe troops aro not attempting to interfere. The Chinese report that a secret Im perial odicL hrts been issuod ordering thn troops to join the Boxerc. Futher detachments of foreign troops have been landed at Tientsin, where 100 Boxers were killed while at tacking the foreign settlements. After burning the whole of the European quarter, the Boxers attacked the Kussian troopa. The latter, with fifteen rounds from their big guns, killed 300 Boxers. No authentic news has been received of thb fate of AdmiralSoymour'a expedi tion. The Chinese Admiral was present with :be allied licet during the Taku bombardment. All the ndmirals aro co-operating with the utmost harmony.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEGA SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

bega superior public SCHOOL, DISTRIBUTION OF PRI2E3. Yesterday aftornoon was a big day for tho children attending tho Superior Pub lio School, as tbo commoncomont of the mid-winter vacation was celebrated by an ontertainmont and prixe distribution io tho Lyceum Hall. Tbo Mayor, Mr. Bland, kiudly undertook tbo duty of pie — t: ? at mtlnh i^.htAri^iMV to himself. Every child atteoding' tho school received eithor a priae or a reward. ' Inspiriting addrossos wero deliverod by tbe Revs. F. Bevan and M. Kirkpatriok, and tho Mayor, wbo io tho courso of thoir 1 remarks romiudod tbo childron tbat thoy woro living in an ago whon, in order to attain succoea. tbey bad to striva aod fight, and none but tbo studious and in dustrious wero priio-winners in the groat lottery. Portioos of tbe entertainment recontly given wore repeated at intervals, and a very pleasant timo was passod. Mr. Cuuningham and bis staff woro warmly complimented on tho all-round success attained. Bolow wo give a com plete li...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

The completion of the telegraph to Lake Viotoria Nyanza puts the world into communication with the sources of the Nile. Five years ago, news from the Lake was four months in reaohing Egypt and Europe. The peoplo of Lower Egypt will bo greatly advantagod by timely news of tbe prospeot *'of a good water supply from Nile sources. t AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING— Dr. Osboroesayei ' I use SANDER & SONS' EUCALYP TI EXTRACT as a spray for uasal ca tarrh, low fever, asthma, -£c„ with great success. I find this preparation superior to all others.' Dr. Stahl : M I havo used various preparations of Eucalyptus, but I ge* better results from SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than from any . other. ' Dr. Proston : 'I never use any Eucalyptus preparation other than SANDER & SONS*, and I found the others to be almost useless.' Di. Hart: 'It goes without saying that SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is tho best in the market.' In mfloonea, all fevers, throat- and l...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRAMWAY [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

THE TRAMWAY Fob some time past the question of tramway communication between Bega and Tathra has eogaged the attention of some of our progressive townsmen, headed by Mr. Pe]l,ritho secretary of the Vigilance Association. These men are rightly of opinion that the iiupurtauvo ui uegu-auj uiStriCC On titles us to -a better means of oom mnnication with our; port than that atforded by the slow and expensive system of horse and waggon carriage. So imbued were Mr;: (Pell and others with the nocejtity for such a work, that t^e Vigilance Asaociation was impelled to move io tho mntter; and as a result of their efforts the Minis ter for Works, whep ia the district last March, was taken over the pro posed route, and asked to have a trial I survey for a tramway made. To thh Mr. O'Sullivau agreed without demur, and, although personally he favored a ruilway lioe to Eden, he gave the advocates of a tramway reason to helieve that th« proposal would have his support. Those who were work ?ng in the ma...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. Hill, Clark and Co report: — The fat pig market. was heavily supplied this woek. Ueavy back fatten sold Tory badly, prices beiog much lower. ChoicobacoDe;s were a shade woakor, polling better than tho heavier dotoriptions in comparison, whilst porkers were lower, especially tho ▼ery light sorts. We quote— Exception- ally weighty back fatters 4-ls to 49s, extra prime weighty 35s to 43s, oxtra prime weighty buooners 35s to 3Ss, good to prime lighter 33s to 36s iigbt 2os to 32s. boet boary porkers 20s to 24s, and othsrs from 12s to 19s. The Costal Farmers* Co. report on Juno 1G Butter— Factory Is, firm; bacon GJ, fair enquiry; lard— bulk 3jd, bladder 4d to 4$d, pucket 5d, fair bqIoi; choose U 1, with brisk sales for boat brands ; eggs Is tfd, downward tendouoy ; poultry — fowls 2rt 3d to 2s 6d, primo young roostors to 3s ; ducks 2s. 6d to 2s 9d ; goose 4s G-1 to 5s; turkoys — hens 4a Gd to 5s; cocks Gi to 7s 6J ; oxtra heavy gobblers 9s to 10 per pair; still a...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Attempt to break into a Bank [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

Attempt to break into a Bank 'What seems to have beon a daring attempt to enter the Dank of Austialasia at Bnthurst was made on Satuiday night. At about 11 o'elook, Mr. MaePherson, tho ac oountant, who sleeps on tho premises, bade goodnight to a friend namod Dargin in Church-street. Mr. Dargin walkod off, ond whon opposite tho lane ax the roar of the Exohango buildings, whore the bank is situated, he saw a man, whose movements ha regarded as suspicious, go down the lane. Mr. Dargin wishing to asoortain if any thing was wrong, attempted to climb the back gate. Whrle doing so he received a blow on tho forehead, whioh rendered him unconscious. He lay in this condition for some time, and on regaining consciousness found himself tied hand and too* with a stout oord. Mr. Dargin shouted for help, and ho was there upon soized by the throat nnd nearly ohoked. He agniu beonmo insensible, and on onoe more onming to, he managed by rubbing the oord whioh bound his wrists against a stono to free ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. COLLAPSE OF THE MOTION OF CENSURE. ANOTHER AUSTRALIAN DEAD. NO PLAQUE OASES. LOST IN THE BUSH. LIBEL LAW. GRAND NATIONAL HURDLES RAIN IN THE WEST. "THE MONEY THEY LEFT BE HIND THEM." IN PARLIAMENT. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWsT COLLAPSE OF THE MOTION OF OENSUBE. ANOTHER AUSTRALIAN DEAD. NO PLAQUE OASES. LOST, IN THE BUSII. LIBEL LAW. GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE8. RAIN IN THE WEST. 'THE MONEY THEY LEFT BE HIND THEM.' IN PARLIAMENT. SYDNEY. Thnri.lav. In tho Assembly l»»t nii-lit Mr. Koid witlidrow Ilia motion of cencurn on the Gofemraont tod- togo'lier with hit* supporters, bo 'eft tb» Chamber. Tim AchlrosB-in-reply »as then carried on the voicos. SYDNEY, Friday. Tbe Piemier has recgiyed a cable staling ih&t Lieutenant^ jftrnott, ,a (Tooiua member of N.S.W*. Mounted Ihfaniry, hnd died at Pretoria. There were no eases and no deaths from plai;uu ypslerday. All the pa tii'iitB wore reported laiif night as doing well, with the exception of Hughcx, llarcouri, aod Daly. ' IU: Ellis anil Geo. Bisihop, of Wileannia, who left Ilillaton on Sunday for M.irb giol, ha.e not yet arrived at (heir destination, and it is feared thuy hare been lost ii- the bush. The Attorney-General promises to iuiroJuco ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

THE GATHERER. ' I am hut ft paiherer aid disposer o( uthxf men's atufT.' — Wuttvn. The recent meeting in Sydney in favnr --f women's suffrage rumin-ls iih tit it tho sul'jcct is l-y no muitns it m# one. Pluto lonrnuliy tlis courserl in Iiih 'Rcpulilic' cm. corn- ing it ; th-! wntnen nf the time of Moli^ru are exhibited in his com edies ag anient b-ilievers in tho doctrine, while the stir over tho mibject in 1829 evokvd the follow ing effusion from a bard of that day — Should women nit iu Parliament, A thing unprecoduntnd ; A Rroat part of tho nation, then, Would bo Mi*t*reprotitmtod . » * * A late Australiiin tells nn amus ing ititeif lot- anont tliu plague scire. Oue pro'i» i neti t personnel! daily visited the ? (Hue of a Melbourne pnpor Mild giee'eil the editor with the .sarcastic (piustion, 'How m my cases to duy ? ' After about it fort night of enquiry, hs eniereil the office one nt'-rnini; and went through his enstnnmry forinu ?, and beint; inforii)i*-l th ,t tlier,! »'ms only...

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