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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 December 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNKY, Friday. A anooiUNO futa'ily oocurrod at Middlo Harbour yesterday. Tho«. Houston, B«i:d 31, was bathing with a number of companions, when ho wan seized by h shark and horribly mutilated. Hih abdomen waB bitten nut. Hin romainn v/ero secured bv Alfred BurnMlnad. A foroignor, aged about 00 und a cripplo, was found murdoiod in his humpy at Ayr, Queensland. His skull was fractured with a tomahawk, basidra twj doep wounds on oach nido of hia neck, tho hnad being nearly dooapitalod. U13 left hand was aoverod at tho wriat. Ho also had many othor wounds. It is boliovod thut tho crime was p Tpntratefl by « oolorod niun. Mr. Uarton has definitely deuided to contest tho Hunter eleotorato lor tho Hoiibo -A Ropre«ontaiive8. Thu Or.'iinisiniz Committee bus rc oominended that Mombera of Parlia ment bo rcquestod nol to attend tho procession. Lady Hopetoun;» health has de oidedly iniprovcl. The Pedtral Ministry is almost com nletcd. Mr. Barton cxpeots to bo able to Bubmit tho...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Exit the Nineteenth Century. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 December 1900

Exit the Nineteenth Century. When somo future historian essays tbo task of chronicling id history the eventn that have occurred daring tho yenr lb»t is now fast drawing to a close, it will be found that the material contained therein will compare favor ably with anv other annrri tltor in given a prominent placu in tho annals of history. It would seem as though these rccondito events bore the impress of greatness in order to fittingly com oiemorato ibe accomplishments of oar second millennium— and- our entrance upon another — the birth of the twentieth CPntcry. Truly can it bo said that the closing year of the nine teenth century waB eventful, not only to us but to tho world at large. To quotn nu oft-expreesptl phrase ol bhukespero'a, 'All the world's a stago' — and every individual, no matter how exalted or how minor the part played, is an actor thereon, and wo arc all en gaged in thu one drama — the drama of lifo ; but it does not necessnrily follow that we are all allotted part6 i...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 December 1900

In .tlcmoriam. UK ALE Y ? In lovinK memory of mj- dear brotlior, Robert licalcy, n-lio died -Jltli l)ccembcr, 1809, nftcr;i long, .ml painful illnes*. Keflt in pe.ici;. [Iiisurtol by his lnvinir brother and sister in-law, W. J. aud M. Henley, Syduey.J HEALKY— In loving remembrance of our deur son, Robert Hmlcr, who died on 21th December, 1SU9. 'Aged 27 ycara. A precious one. from lit* has gone, A voioo wo loved is stilled, A plnco is vaoant in our homo Which never Ckn be filled. God in His wibdom Uiu rucnlled The boon His tore hid given, And though tho body moulders hero The soul is eafc iu Ueuvim. f Inserted by his loving pnreuts.] ttyc ^-outf)Cjm ^tai% ruBuems at ueo.v on WEDNE3DA5 AND SATURDAY. 'Be ju.-t, and fear iut: let all tho ends tliou aim'st at bo thy country's, thy God's, aud truth's ' SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1900

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 December 1900

CRICKET. A riCNIO toam journeyed from Bega to Dry River on Wodnesday, and bad a good timo — leather-bunting ! as the fig uroa below will show — Holidat Team— 1st innings. B. Henningu, 0 C. Inskip b W. D. Tar lintou ? 0 J. Simcs, 0 C. Iuskip, b B. Hyland. . . / 6 J. Murray, b W. D. Tarlinton ? 6 W. BriJtoy, b K. J. Tarlinton ? 1 V. Tarlintou, b E. Boyd ? 35 R. Warren, lbw ? 22 T. McPaul, b E. Hjland ? 4 W. Murray, b E. Boyd ? 1 D. Warron, not out ? 9 T. Preo, b Hylaud ? 0 S. McPaul ? 2 Sundries ? 10 100 Dbt Kitbb— 1st innings. T. Inskip, 0 lirbcoy, b Warren ? 33 It. Logan, c Brixoy, b Heunings ? 0 J. Walsh, b Wnrrei ? 3 II. Walsh, 0 l'rco, b Warron ? 8 W. D. Tarlinton b Preo ? n W. .1. Tarlinton, q MoPnul, b V. Tar linton ? 1 E. Boyd, Bt Simofl, b Warron ? 0 C. Inskip, b Warron ? 0 B. Hyland, 0 Mcl'aul, b Warren ? 91 K. J. Tarlinton, 0 Murray, b D. Warreu 32 M. Boyd, not out ? 8 Suudrios, ? 10

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Chills and Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 December 1900

Chills and Christmas. Whv do peoplo cutcli 'cold' at Xrnas time! Tho compliments of tho season are punctuated by sneezes, and tbo hearty gioetings of a friend are brought to an untimely end by a sup pressed counh. Feonlo go wundcrincr round commenting on the approach of Christmas ami on tho prevalence of chills as if they wore synonymous terms. It is said that chills are dp- ? pressing — far from it. Tlii* Rcribo, confident in his strength and tilled with presumptuous pride, went out the other day seeking for what he might devour in tbo shape of 'copy/ Uut that in sidious enomy 'chill' had se;ze-l him, and the coolness theroof penetrated evrn unto his marrow-bonei. Gal lantly diil ho button '.izht his coat nnd make a bee-lino toi hie humble domi cile. When ho roic'iud bia abode ho tore round the hou-i: us if trying to destroy the 4A0yanls' record, but still thu ice demon held him tight in lain grip. In desperation did ho plungf* down on thu clean whito q'lilt, boots and all. Mrs. Sc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

The Bacillus and the Lion 'I ax nn moro afraid of a boiled biieilhm than I nm of a well-cookcil lion.' Mf* Alexander Hill, Maxtor of Downing College, unil Vice* Chancellor of Cutnbridgo. Now, the nuthoritioa affirm that nut of 900.000 babies born aunually in Knjrland nrt-l Wah-.«, probably not moro than owe in twenty livii* out his natural life: and tlio writer think* that oMtisnatc it* too hurh. All the rest tlio — bur the few accidentally killril — from prevontuhlo disease:'. such tut tneitsleH, itcarlet fever, muiiII pox, influenza, consumption, &c., n long and dreary list : all the tnttladfr* on it having a ftantly likone**, uiul ull arising from, and propagated by, germ*. It is likely that one-third of th» eowa have tubereiilosis, and, of courac, ; people drink the dis-ea-o in the milk. It reullv do?* look a-* though it would bo a g-jod|d-Mii to boil the haeilhw— iu» early iu his rairecr os po-sihle. If necessary, wo , might -ook the lions liter on ; they aro com* I lar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

1 Look we!l JsJ°°uv7r I should perform I tls functions prop:rly , . , , , 5^-$ Feal well of lho b »iy should wotk in harmanv ? ? ? ? Be well | world's Mu'lclnal j. Tonic Bc-Vfrage— Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING Wolfe's Schaiapps vat' wii.i. , ^ LOOK WLLL v j f-} FEEL WELL | | and BE WELL. I Ii i-iUiiMirpa-MdiiHii S|w(ifir t..rl.i\.r & Ailun-nis u stiimitant tint a'vU I iu\i};oMUv- the ImwcK ami l.idncv.s. jj Aok for WOLFE'S tho Real i Original ^SchnappB^ ^ ^

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The Commonwealth Celebrations. SYDNEY. Tuesday. 1[?] January. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

The Commonwealth Celebra tions- (BY OUH SPECIAL HftrOHTElt.) SYDNEY. Tuesday. 1«t January. A TELKOKAM which appuared in last week's St A It donuribod S^dnny as a per fect hive of bees; aud tho uso of tho | similntwas particularly happy, no' only as i a cntorion of tho quantity of people that at proseut o».:«titufA Sydnoy*a *inadtting I crowd/ but also from tho fact that many J of them. W tfivou only half au opp r'unity would not think twico about stiuging you in a manner that would leavo a far inure paiuful improtsiou than do--s thu ating of tho humblo boo. Yoi, a hive of boos faithfully doacribes tbe presout oondition of the city ; but. to judgo by the way the peoplo wander promisoaously about, tboy have no Quoon Boo to keep them togothor. Probably, to say that tboy rnseinblod millions of ante careoriug in divers direc tions over a huge ant bed would bo a bettor and moro appropriate riencriptioo. Aud the ant atings, tool On Sunday afternoon, tbe streets, eapeciully tbo«o comprising...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

SECOND DAY. Bnusu IJunDLK Kaob of 30 sovs; 5 sovs from prizo to stoond horso ; oyer six brush hurdles about 3ft Giu high. 2 miles 158yds. G. Laity's b g Sloth, Gyrs, 9.0 (Thompson) I T. Giles' br gAlto, 6yra, 9.5 (McCurlcj) 2 Miss K. De Jarluia' br g Caruol, uged, 9.0 (T. Foley ? ? ? 3 J. Stoonson s b g Bortio, aged, II. 0 (O'KocfTe) ? ? ? 0 S. Sharpo's bg Berkely, agod, 10.8 (Hall) 0 I 3cratehod : Willie, Mudlark, and First Wntor II. Ilottiug : 6 to 4 on Bertie, 2 to 1 Curnot, ! 5 to 1 Berkely and Alto. Alto was first out of tho machino, Sloth last, and tbo o'hers togothor. Alto lod round the bond und oyer tho first jump which Htrkely refused and ran off. Hall brought him back and again put him at it, but with tho samo result, aud ho rotircd from tho raco. At the dip the field wa^- ou oven terms. Passing tho stand Alto had a slight advantago. with Sloth handy, and the favorito iu tho rear. All tho horsoa were juinpiug splendidly, and thu sccond time rouud tho pace was a orucker for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

jpi 'O R S A L *E | A GOOD CHKE-K I 'LA NT, with Ci.nb' ' and Upright Screw Applv to ! N'M. JAUNUKV, * Mountain View. rflKNllKKS arW ? Invited for the I2RKC 1 TlOXoftt WKSLKVAN PAItSON' AOl'J, to be built ou tbe Church ground froiiTiug Uipps- street and Upper - street, Betfa. Plans nud Specifications are to be s en at tho ofiico of A. I'reiuh and Co., Auckland-streot, Bega. Sealed tenders, ad dressed to tho Rev. John Scharkie, Wes leyau Parsjnngo, Bega, to bo delivered not later than Wednesday, Janu -ry 23rd, 1901; The lowest or auy tender not necessarily accepted. GovcriuiM'iit i\oliccs. rosUil and Klectric Telegraph Department, Geueral l'o«t Office, Sydney, 27th December, 1900. ATTENTION is directed to Gazette no tice inviting TKNDER3 for a SITE for a POST aud TELEGRAPH OFFICE at PAMtlUl«A. Tenders will bo received at this office up tn noon on tho Cth February next, and must bo nddrcasod to tbo Doputy Postmaster-General, Sydney. W. P. CRICK. 7a— 13. Court Houso, Bega, 3rd January,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

FOR THE SEASON 1900. A. J.TlSHER & CO. II A V li X ( ) \V -* ? fflEL-X OPENED TIIKIB FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE GOODS POB THIS SBASOIT, SPECIALLY SELECTED BY MR DISFIER, — AND — BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH! SPOT CASH! CALL ana laxrSJPEJOT BEFORE malting Your Purchases ELSEWHERE, CASH PRICES! And the ONE PRICE to Everyone — AT THE — MB FLfcS GiSI STQM, : . . . B33C3-.&. \ PflL-INQ'5 PWN05 i 7 are far above the many 2 J 7 common place instruments 4 | 7 on the market, and MUCH j 7 CHEAPER. |) J V Catalogues FREE. i i W Sole Agents for ? V . STEIN WAY 2 V nn BRINSMEAD 2 7 © FEURICH I 7 ^ LIPP & SOHN X ? GORS & KALLMANN * 7 UEBEL - ECKE s.j* * VICTOR * '/[V J 5 BELLING & lyX 9 3 ESTEY ORGANS^ 9 C EVERY KNOWN $ ? MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 3 7 STOCKED - — =SV A Strings nnd Fittings. \ W.H.PALINC&CO., \ V LiniTED, v $ 338 GEORGE STREET, 2 2 SYDNEY; .. 5 1 JLoeal Asent-U. -. II;tril;il--T. Whcrcfurtlier information may bo obtained

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

Sunday, tith—Kaneruka U, Woiumia |8t Lake's) 8, South WolumU f.90, (Commonwealth) 13tl* — lltiinboka. 11. MogUU, 'JJJO* Tantawauglo, 7 JO, Common wo - lib Thursday. 17th— Wolnrala, Mr Hanion's. 11 Suuday. aoth— Wolnm'a, 11. Cnitdelo. 7.30 Snnriay, 27th— Homboka, 11, U.C. Motfitla. 9.90 Tantawamtlo, 7.90 Thursday, Slut — Niagara, 11 J, A* KKWTH.M.A.. doctor

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

'TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Fiiaav. Mr. rteiD ia organising bis foices for thu Federal elections, dnd leaves for Melbourne on Monday. On tho following day bs goes to Luunccston, wlioro ho will upeuk ou the tenth inHlaut. It is estimated that 40,000 people attended tho Public School*' display, it In'ini; one of the moat magnificent and brilliant gathuringx ever held in Ans (ralia. lho Governor-General was delighted, and says it was tho grundest sight he CT&r saw, The ci.y win again ablaze last night, public intorc-a in tbe illuminationa is suffering no diminution, although the crush iu tho htrceta waa not so great as on previous nights. Many of tbe dccoralionx are the worse for wear, and u ('w have di»«ppeared altogether. A Hplcndid display of fireworks at tbe Town Hall attractod thousands of epectalora. During a hotel disturbance early this morning at Pyrmont, Constable Toms, in tho execution of his duty, was severely mauled, and he shot a man named Tunihtill, the bullet going...

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PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

I'UBHBYTBtUAK. BcRtt, overy Sunday at 11 and 7.A0 Oandelo, tho Kiri*t Hunday of cach month At 8 Woluuila, tho Rccoud Sunday of cacti Mouth at 8 Kamorukn, the 3rd Sunday in cach month at 3 Brogo, the Kourtli Hutulay of each Mouth at 8 Choir Practiru at U p.m. tiwry Friday. M. KIUKPATHICK, B.A

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

FULL moon to-day at 10-'t0 u.id. A S1IAUK lift. Gio. long was caught at I Kiaraa the other day. A locjlt, atom— not mic of the bfc ones — ; took £37 ca*ih for clothing alone on Xmuy j Kve. Durxno tho big thunderstorm on Moiulny afternoon a fowl was kille«l by lightning in I a back y.-rd down towu They must bo a tootot&l lot up Albion Park way, an (be bonth for the annual show brought only £f-. Mh. Lybll, formorly toachor at Oom* boka, and latoly at Sbullbdrbor, has boou transferred to auotber district. Tub Tilba people bare succeeded in inducing tho Fiahoriea Department to withdraw from oystor loaao tbo foroahoroa i of WalU^a Lake. Duuino oiio of tho thunderstorms last , weok, Mr. A. Bates' house at Tilba wen btruck by lightning, but only slight dumage was done. | Tu* Rev. Father Donnelly, of Moruyat nnd formerly .if Bega, who w ou a visit to the town, had a gold cross *tolen from lib) wutch-ehiiin at tho raccH on Wednesday, i PX8HKNOKI19 who tbo boat lust Suturduy mado no n...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

WK8LRTAN. Flrat Snnd.iy in each month, Rctfa 11, Uv Korvico Boiuhoka, 11. Morin^lo (Mr 8. JobnAtono1^) 2^0. Boffa, (young peopIu'H sorrico) 7 .SO Second Suuduy, UcKa, 11 (Comiuanloo), and 7.80 ll-ogo, 8 Third -undnjr, Hopa, 11 aud 7.30. Wolnm-n, S Fourth Suudny, Hun*, 11 and 7.30, Candutu. 8 Fifth Sunday (when occurring), Doga, jl und 7J0 Wolumla, 8 Wcrk F.rEMtso Mkktinob and SxnviciSB Monday, 7th— Hro^o. Mr T. Cochrauo'v Tuosdrty, 8th— Wallagoot Wodncflday, 0th— i'otnhoka Thuraday, loth — Qtnrtcrlr Meeting Monday, 14Ui— Haud of Itope . Weduosdnv, ifitli -Chrl^tinu Endcavcr, 7.46 Christian Kiiduuvour Mooting, Wednesday, 7.45 Choir j-ritctic«-, Friday, 7,80 JOUN SCHARK1E.

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Bega District Jockey Club. ANNUAL RACING CARNIVAL OFFERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

Boga Distriot Jockoy Club. ANNUAL RACING OABNIVAL. QFft—wn - „ Juoor— Mr H. Underbill. Btswabds— Messrs H. Brown, \V. l.Urown, W. Hn-HiiKdtn, F. \Y Miller, II. Uudmhlll. Clsrk o y bCAi.F.s-Mr ; K. I. I'oll. TIMXKKKPBR-Mr 11. Uudnrhiil. I Stautkk— Mr W. ItwillniL'duu, Cc.krk or I Cotnuit— Mr W. T. Ut-l«rhill. IlAXDiCACi'Kits I — Mcsflrs W. J. Cotlm^ and Jno. UnUorhUt. CoMwiTrKK — Moiisni W.C.Allan, J. I). Hatlf catu. H. Drown, W. I. Hroirn, W, U.Covdroy, W. HaMiogdcu. F. O. ITcadr, J. K. Jackson, A. L. Mnnnintf (Profiidont), Dr. Mitridiall, F. W. Miller, K. I. I'tiil, A.J.Hlxou, W. Iliiou (hon. tn'iihun;r). N. Slilvlo, T, Spcucv, U. Undurhill (vioi!-pre&idunt.i Year by yoar tbe Bega Distriot Jnckoy Club is coming moro ioto public favor, and now stands in tbo front rank of couotry racing clubs. It was thought tbnt the groat oxodus to tbo motropolis would bavo intorforod largoly with tbo attendance at tbis mooting, but tbe gato takiuc sbowod that tho attondanco wus lirgor than ...

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SALVATION ARMY BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

SALVATION ARMY, BEOA Kvery Sunday — Knee Drill, 7 a.io. Holiness ilecUnff, 11 a.m. Freo aud £asy, 8p m. Settlement 2.45, Salvation, 7.W. O W. AO WELL, Eusigu,

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LATEST CABLES. LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

LATEST cables. LONDON, Thursday. Thr Chinese Government guarantees the duo performance of all demaniU. Tho Australian contingent loaves China for home in March. Kitchener's rocent pioclamntion in reference to treatment of prisoners docs not apply to Boers who surrender MOO Boots bnvo hoen sont to St. Helena. Lord Rohorts' two daughters havo arrived at the Islo of Wight. Knox is still pursuing Do Wet's force in the direction of Bothlohotn. Lord ltobrrU has been roised to the rank of Earl, with rights of Buoccsaiou iu his daughtors. Lord UobortH says_be has implicit faith iu Kitclionor, whose task is sur rounded in difhcultics. Ho added that he was proud to have commanded such a magnificent army of soldiers, and that Gront Britain and Groiter Britain pulled togetboi liko brothers.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 5 January 1901

? I MAUKIAGK NO TICKS 3*., including c.ipy -»f paper. Birtbn, ^d. Donthh. '2h. Gd. per inch. In p**r inuli. Adrertii-emcntrt of travelling cotnpauitu oa;«h in udvnncc. CIjC ^OUtI)£jCll rUIiLXPUKO AT 1IHOA O.V WKDSKSOA1 AND SATURDAY. 'Bb jn-t, nnd fear n-t: I»*t all tho end»t thou uim'rtt at be l)»y country'*, tby God'H. nnd truth*« '* SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, l'JJl

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