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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

CATHOLIC Saaday, 18th— Bomboka, 11 Sundayt JOih— Candoio 9. Boga. 11,90

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

]%/jT ARR1AOE NOTICES 3a., including IYL copy of paper. Birtha, 2a. 6d. Deaths, 2a. 6d. per inoh. , In UpmoriAm, Jta. per inch. Advertinomenta of travolling compantca ( jaah In advance. IHAKKBAGK. j S1I E AD — TA YLOR. — At tho Church of! England Parsonage, Bega, on Wednes day, January 9th, 1901, by tho Rev. F. Bo van, Arthur Shead, second eon of \V. Shead, raillor, of the Hall, Harlow, Eaxox, Eng., to Alico Taylor, only daughter of G. J. Taylor, engineer, Newcaatle-on-Tyno, England. In 3Iemoriaiu | TIEALEY — In *ad but loving memory of our doar brother, Robert Hc.iley, who departed this lifo on Do:cmber 24th, 1899 Aged 27 yoara. | For many years onr family chain I Wan firmly linked together, But, oh ! that chain is broken now, One link has gone for ever. ! [Inserted by his loving sister and brothor in-law, M. and J. Brophy.] I CIjc ^out&ejcn ^tac, roELirazD xt bsox ox WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 'Bb ju-t, and fear n3t: let all tho ends thou aim'at at bo thy country's, thy God's...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

The Welcome Nugget. THE BIGGEST LUMP OF GOLD POUND IN AU8TBALIA. Tiiere aro few Au»tralidns who have not heard of '*Tho Weleoino Nugget,' and there aro few mascutnsexistiug in tliocolonies, with out a model of that precious find. So heavy was this | iece of gold, that it lay for ono week in a fhon iu Uendtgo c.t tho di-po-nl of any lady who could «arTyit away. So prcoioua was it that tho original owner nnd Hndcr investing well tho money lie re ceived for iU purchase, diod a semimillion aire. And so great was ito valuo from nn historic point of view that few books on mineralogy in uny part of tho world aro published without referenco to the celebrated ? Welcomo Nugget.' Tlio advent of the nugget bronght wealth, but thero is not a single record which goes to provo that its arrival brought health. How different it is with Bilo Beans for Biliousness, wherever thoy aro found thoy bring health with thera. T^ey aro more precious than all tho 'Wei- cutno Nuggets.' Aud well do Australians kn...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

PRESBYTERIAN. Bega, every Sunday at 11 and 7 JO Candoio, the Firit Sunday ol eaoh month at S Wolomla, the 8econd Sunday of each Month at 9 Kameruka,thc 3rd Sunday In each month at 8 Brogo, the Fourth Sunday of each Month at S Choir Practice at 8 p.m, every Friday. XI. KIRKPATKICK, B.A.

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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

LATEST CABLES. LONDON. Thursday. A YAh-ocARD is invading the Boor forces within twenty miles of Piquet berg, thirty-four miles north east of Oapotown. Botha is acting on the offonsivo in tho far nortb-oastern districts of the Transvaal. Colonel Hennicker'e force holds an extended lino of strong posts south of Sutherland, towards Magesfontein. The main body ot the invaders i: moving westward from Frasorburg. A strong British column is garrisoood at Carnarvon, whilst four other columns are operating from Middloburg. Tbo British are oommnndeering horses in the Warrenton and Wor cester districts. Influcnxa is raging in tbs United States. Halt a million people, includ ing President MoKinley, have been attacked. Commandant De Wet rocently visited two farms and disinterred two cartloads of ammunition. A patrol of West Australians at Richmond came under close firo, but skilfully evaded oapture. A patrol of Brabant's Horse have been ambushed, fivo being capturod, stripped of tbeir ammunition...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

AUTHENTIC M 151 )IOAL OPINIONS WOUTU KNOWING— I-r. Oeboruuaay»: I uso SANDKU & SONS' EUCALY I' ll KXTUACT as a spray for u&sal ca tarrh, low favor, asthma, &c., with great success. I find ibis» preparation snporior to all others.' I- r. Stahl : ?? I hare usod various preparations of Eacalyptus, but I eo» hotter results from SANDER aud SONS* EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than from auy other.' Dr. Preston: 'I never use any Eucalyptus preparation other than SANDEIi & SONS', and I found tbe others to bo almost useless.' l)i. llart: 'It eooa without sayint; that SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT M tbo beBt in the market.' In luiluensa, all fovera, throat aud luog trouble, diphtheria diarrhoea, dysoutry, kidney complaints, rheumatism, wounds, sprains, ulcers, &o.» it is invaluable. Soe tbat you get SANDER & SONS', and re ject spurious preparations, wbioh are sometimes supplied by unscrupulous dealere. YITAJDA.TIO, The Greatest Blood Purifier of t...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

WF.SLEYAN. FIrtt Sooday In each month, Beaa 11, lav aorvirs Bemboka, 11. Meringlo (Mr 8. John«tone'a) 2.30. Bega, (young people'* aervice) TJW 5ocood sua day, Bega, ll (Oonmnoion), and 7.80 Sooday, Bega. 11 and 7 JO. Wolnmla, S Fourth Sunday, Bega, 11 and 7.90. C&ndelo, 3 Fifth Monday (when occurring), Bega, 11 and 7.36 Wolumla, 8 Wssx Eyyxixo Hxctixos ahd Smncis Wednesday, 9th— Bemboka Thursday, iOth-QoartcrJy Meeting Wocdar. Hth— Band of Hope Wednesday, 1 6lh —Christian Endeavcr, ».i5 Chrlatian findeavour Meeting, \Wdne».!ay, 7.45 Choir practice, Friday, 7,30 JOHN SCHARKIE.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY. Is tho Federal rifle matoh yeatordny, J. Moakor, ot Bega, won a two pound priie in the Woitrnlia matoh. It is proposed to establish a gonoral oounoil in oonnootion with tho 1 Chambers ol Commorco of tho Com monwoalth. Ovor ton thoaiand forms have boen issued in Victoria in oonnootion witb tbo Old Ago Pensions. | Tbo Fodoral Oabinot ha, deGnitoly decided upon its general linos of policy, wbioh Mr. Barton willanoounco next week. The Premior says tbat the tariff will satisfy any reasonable man. Tho other Ministers return homo to day. No offloors or appoint ments whatever will bo made till the 6rst of February. Tho Freetrade Association held an organising mooting voetorday. -wboo a number of committees were appointed. The Hon. J. Qould will oppota Mr. Barton (or tho Hunter. It is undoritood that there is a possibility of oigbt Fodoral portfolios being allotted, Mr. Beid received a groat reception at Lannceston, whore ho addressod a meeting ot 3000 persons last n...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

(Look well Xur'Tivnu should p.'tlo'm I iU functions prop.rly ? I' th''arcVn! FeG! Woll of the b dy sftoufJ work in lurnonv .... Be well -5: B world's Mcdlcliul [t Tonic Biw.igf- Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING Wolfed I 8chsiapps Vi»f wit. I. , LOOK WELL f---\ FEEL WELL AM. BE WELL. Ii is ihi'-usjkiv;l--1 as a tin* fi *i I.iviT Ailuieui- is a siimnl.ii-' tfi.t! »li«J-li.Hi. il ttuic-i Unr ami invigoi.itcs tho ImvvcU ami kidticvs. Aok for WOLFE'S the ncnl Original Schnapps. w. - ? - ? ~ -

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SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

SALVATION ARMY, BEGA Ev*rr Sunday — Knee DriJI, ? 7 a.m. _ Jlcliiu** | UoolInK, II a-m. Fro. and Bur. 8 pm. Settlooiiw 2.43. b„iruUon, 7,8a 0 w nov/EVL, En.isn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

ltusincKS Directory JOHN COLLIN, artistic tailor, -;imrcli-slr«M't. Itcfja, ADJOINING Tllli 1UNK IIOTEI,. Material and Workmanship GUAHANTKP.D. TKOMI'T ATTENTION to ORPEHS. »s- Call and Inspeot Patterns. 'WHYMAir& BROOKS,' COACH & BUGGY liUILDEli.S, Arc., &o.t Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAHD-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLE Made or Repaired on tho Shortest Notico. *3' OUR PUIC1& arc consistent with 1IONKST 'WORKMANSHIP. ImHM' Aoknt fou Bi:3a : STu. F. A. ORMISTON Chemist. rp A I L O R I NO A. B. JONES, — TI1X — M.\OW.\ T.AIIOIt( Regs to intimate that ho han C 0 M M ENCE D U U S I N KS S In Premises in Carp-st, Be^a, OrrosxTK tub Post Officii tSar ALU ORDKRS Tcccivo por*ot.al at tention mid arc promptly attended to. GIVE HIM A TRIAL. rjiUK CKNTKAL HOTEL, UEOA Umlci- New Management P. DALY HECS to remind VISIT011S to BkGA that they will find tho U KNTK AIj offers SPE CIAL ADVANTAGES. buiutf furnished ?.hrouijliotit with a SPECIAL II KG A K I) ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF NOVEMBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF JANUARY CHURCH OP ENGLAND Ever; Sunday. morulng at U, and evening at 7.30 Thursday. 8 p.m., Choii practice P. BEYAN, B.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 January 1901

|| Special AdverllHCinciitH. j FURNITURE, CARPETS, S BEDSTEADS cfe BEDDING. A. HALL AND CO. DKAWINO-UOOM SUITK. covered in llich Tuporttrjr nnd SiU Hush Borden — Cnuch, two Armchairs, and four Small Carvod Chuir*. 6 Uuluoos. A. HALL AND CO. BEDROOM SUITE, Wnlnut Colour — Wardrobo, draw coi»|inrtraont, onolosod by plato-glaiw door ; Duohoaso Drvs-inn Tublo to oorroapoml, Marbletrp Wtieh ?t&nil, 2 Ulmir», anil Towel Rail £6 IGh. A. HALL AND CO. j DINING-ROOM SUITE, Very Strong O'arvo-l-back Chairs, Pair Kwy CliiUr', aud Couob, all ijprluy-houtetl. & ' l*Mi A. HALL AND CO. KUM.-8I7.E II ALF-TESTRR HEDSTKAD Krtotnlud Footrall and brans mounted ; UkMt Kapok Mattress, Bolster, and 'i l'illown, Triple Wiro Mattrow. £4 15s oomplote. A. HALL AND COMPANY, 6BI, 563, 565, and 867 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. HALL'S Now Catalogno, 72 Pages, fiOO Illustrations. Po«t Free, or at Offlco ol thia Paper Uountry Onlors vnokocl freo. Opon all day SATURDAY until 0 p.m CIoko I p.m. WKDNESDA V. L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

Advice io Motiieiih !-^.\ro yrm broken in your rest by a sick child Siitleriuf; with the pain of cutting teeth? Go at onco to a client :»t aud got a bottle of Mrs Wisblow's Sooin xno Sviiur. It will relieve the poor sufferer imniodiatoly. It is perfectly harmless und pleasant tolas to, it produces n»tur»l, quiet sleep by relieving tho oliild from pain, und tlio little cherub wakos ' as bright as u bntton.' It boothes the ohil.l, it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regu lates ihe bowols, and is tbe bost known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whelher arising from teething or other causes Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is sold by uieJiciro dealers everywhere at Is I id per bottle.

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A Bead Sea Bath. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

A Dead fea Bath. A TKAYET.LER who recently visited ihe Holy Land describes ihe pleus tn e of a bath in the Dead Sea as a treat that falls to a person but once in a lifetime. 'I hud previously bathed in ntiinen us seas, lakes, and rivers.' s-ys he, 'but never did I enjoy such a 1'i.th as this. The specifio gravity of thu water is such, from its hold ing in solution so large a propor tion i f salt — 2GA per cent. — that one floats upon iis surface like a cor I*. At the time there was but a siiiiile ripple on the sen, and, being a good swimmer, I at once struck out into deep water. I soon found nut that I could not only swim aud float with wonderful ense, hut th'it 1 could actually walk in Ihe water, sinking only to my shoulders. Discovering this fact, 1 uiade for tlu shore, and taking one uf our pariy who could not swim l-v the haml, led him into the sea where the water was many fathoms deep. At fir-t he was reluctant to follow me, but he soon gained confidence in finding there was nt...

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The Thunder Terror. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

The Thunder Terror 'Thunder h»a nn uniletitinblc trnui for ninny people, even those wlio nro otherwise most stron;* minileil,' siiys u iiicilical man who tin* Htuilied tho subject. 'It is of no use explaining to persons of this temperament thnt tho .source of d'Hiyer resides in tho swift nnd silent lightning, anil not in the noisy I. ut harmless thunder. During the clapa they are aB incapable of reasoning coherently 11s the veriest lunatic. In fact, exce^i 0 fear of thunder is u well-known form of monomania, and humlrcris of people suffer from it, especially women. In their terror they hii'e themselves in underground cellars during a storm, on the ostrich-like |-rinciple of burying one's h ail in thu sand so rs not to sec the enemy. 'I know a whole family of grown up and cultured pi-oplu (the sons pre University gradii:.t-.s) who ill tnake for the btore cii|-b»urds aud conl-cellars at the first sign of a tliiiiid'-rst»rmt nnd nothing will in duce them to leave their fastnesses until...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

The Bacillus and the Lion ?*I am no more afraid of a boiled bacillus than lain of n well-cooked Hon.' aa/s Dr. Alexsnder Hill, Muster of Downing College, unit Vice- Chancellor of Cnmbridgo. Now, the authorities affirm that out of 900.000 babies born annually in England nnd 'Wale?*, probably not mora than oao in twenty lives out his natural life ; and the* writer think* that e*timato is too high. All the rest dio— bar tho few accidentally killed— from preventable diseases, such art scarlet fever, smallpox, influenza, consumption, &c., a long and dreary lint ; all the tnnladieH on it having a family likeness, and all jirinng from, and propuguted by, germs. It in likely that one-third of th® cows havo tulttreulosis, and, of cuureo, peoplo drink the discaso in tho railk. It really do'*a look as though it would be ag«-oddeai to boil tho bacillus — as early in his career as possible. If necessary, wo might cook the lions later ou ; they are com* parativoly harmless, anyway. 'To Hu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

Look well 7ur'°UVER j j should perform its (unctions properly . , . . . 5,£'..S Feel well of the body shou!J work in harmony ? ? ? ? I Be well ^uki'T 1 world's Medicinal fl„ Tonic Beverage — Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING Wolfe's I Schnapps vm: will : LOOK WELL ' | n FEEL WELL I I AN., BE WELL. I It UttiiMir|ki«.sc-l sis a .specific Inr Liver 8 Ailiiii-uts —is n stimulant tlut aids B digestion, il tones the stmiuwh aud ? invigur.itcs the Ixrncls ;md kidneys. jj Auk for WOLFI'S tho Real I | Original Schnnppn. B

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

Thunftlay. I70i— ' Wolnnila, Mr Haolon'n, 11 Sunday. aoth— Woluiu h, 11. Candolo. 7.30 Sonilny, S7th— HuiuboHa, 11, H.C. MogUla. 3.80 Tantiw.inglo, 7.9J Thurfl«tay, Slat— Niagara, II ? ? A. NEWTH, M.A., Rector

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