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

rp E N I) E R S TENDERS will bo n-ceivoA by the under Hirncd up to 22ml INST., for tho LEASE for TWELVE MONTHS of tho Into C J. BYRNE'S 300 ACRES of Grass Land at WADBILLIGA. Tenders to bo ndilrepacd to A. & D. TARL1NTON, ? Exccutors to the Estate, Cobargo. 'Yy' ANTED KNOWN THAT— COWDROYS Aro opening a Largo Stock of PORTMAN TEAUX nnd TRUNKS for peoplo about to visit tbo Commonwealth Celebrations. Government Notice*. ATTENTION is directed to tho notico in Government Gazette of tho 29th Do ccraber, 1900, calling for OBJECTIONS to /in APPLICATION by D. TARLINTON for permission. to purrhaso, without com petition, Portion 298, pariah of Murrabrino, county of Dumpier. Objections lodged with tho Lund Board at Goulburn on or boforo tbo 2!Hh Januury, 1901, will reajifc con Mderation.1 H.CURRY. Under Secretary for Land?. 5a — 55. TKNDKRS are invited for tho KUKC TION of a WKSLRYAN PARSON AGE, to bo built on the Church ground fronting Gippn - ntrect and U|»p«:r - sUrtut, Boira. Plana ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

CATHOLIC fiooday, JOth— CandoloQ. Bega, 11,90

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

At IVriibtqn Police Court on Frid»y Alfred Murray Keighloy waa Gnod £30, with an alternative of three monlhs, on a charge of using tho title of 'Dr.' to fits name, contrary to tbe Medical Act of 1898..

Publication Title: Southern Star
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

PUKSUYTE1UAN. Bega, overy Sunday at 11 and 7.80 Crtndolo, tho Pir.Hl Sunday of each month at 8 WolotuU, the Hccoud Sunday of each Mouth at 8 Kamerukn,tb« flrd Sunday In oach month at 8 hrogo, tht» Fourth Aunday of each Month at 8 Ohoir Practice at H i-.m. ttvury Friday. M. KIRKPATKICK, B.A

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

HtJM.'i'B COMMERCIAL HOTEL Cnrrios n Vory Lnrgo Stock FOR TIIK ENHUINO Xmas, and New Year's Holidays. ALL TUE LEADING HRAND3 of Wines, Spirits & Beers -7 AT LOWEST PRICES. When yoti rcquiro n RELIABLE Articlo, - C40 TO — . . HUME'S, — WI1KBK — No INFERIOR Rubblih Is Stockod THE REPUTATION of tho ' COMMBRiCIAL ' For Superior Uualily I'S UNASSAILABLE,

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

WrtSf.BVAN. Firnt SmuUy In «*aeh miuth, Roaa 1 1, lay ocrvlco Tiembokn, 11. ^fer(ng(a (Mr H. johustonu'd) 'JJ0. i Bega, (young pcoplo's snrvicu) 73*^ I Socond (Sunday, H«-ga, 11 (Communion), and 7.80 B ntfo, 3 Third vunday, tloaa, II and 7.30. WolumJo, S Fourth Sunday. 11 an-l 7 .530. Candelu. 8 Fifth ?imdiiy(*rhon occurring), Boga, 11 and T.80 Wolumto, 3 WtCKK F.VKStSO MKKTIN08 AMD SKRVICC9 Wetlnendav, HUh -Chrlntkn Kndcavor, 7.45 ChrNtlnn fcndoarotir Meeting, Wo-]nc5ilay, 7.45 Choir practice, Friday, 7.80 JOHN 8CIIAKKIE.

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

THE ? ? CHEAPEST PLACE . IN TOWN ..... ? FOR ? DRAPERY, CLOTHING & BOOTS. A. J. DI3HER & CO. RED FLAG CASH STORES, BEGA - ? — k MUSIC M ^ ~ „ B POSTED BY || k From 1853 | return. | Till Now | I I Paling's | i Pianos & 8 j Organs I 1 & 'TJi n Stood pj | B ? Ihe | 4 | Test.' I { !«? Hence their ? d Popularity. » V vaumB j ^ FOR EV£RYTKIKC MUSICAL | | Violins ^ ?inn jos 'i 'lanJolins a Autoharps & Concertinas Cornets §j Guitars 1 Flutes I I'olyplnns m Accordcons » H CATALOGUES FREE. 1 ft LOWEST FT.ICEG. 0 | SPAUNGiSr'l (5 3SS GEDMi ST., SYSKEV. I lineal A;ent-E. N. Ilarilali--i'. 'Where further information may bo obtained

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SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

BALVATK'N* ARMY, BEOA I JtmryfiiiniLiT- Kn«i Drill. 7 ».tn. Holincsj MuitJn^i 11 a.ni. Froo uuil Ka»y, 8 p ra. Settlement t t;al,''tia''7-30' 0 W. RO'-VELL, Enslpn.

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HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

HEARD ROUND TOWN! That tlio bazaar canvaBBora are as buoy ne the proverbial busy bee; but That instead of gathering honey tbey gather money. That tbo Dega Mounted Rifles bad a 'measly' time of it in Sydney. That a bibulous bucnlic, with a cargo of liquor aboard, waa going homo from town tho other night and fell off bia horse into the river; and That the erring one wan heard to mutter 'Tlmnk Heaven, I'm ehobor — if I wore drunk I'd have tieon drowned. That somo peoplo attribute the grasshopper plague to the scarcity of turkeys — they wont to Sydney for tho 'cellar-brationB.' That the spirit of the age is 'sham payin1 '. That, oo account of the celebrations, Sydney is now ' known' as tho city of 'DeWet.' V' That an unsavory Police Court case will 'soon . occupy the attention of Cobargo's 'grttit unpaid.' That as Commonwealth Day ocours. on New Year's* Day, we Australians will bave no national holiday after all. That not far from Bega a young man and his sister were taken for a newly m...

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

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

IluHincNH llirci-tory lOHNCOLUNr ARTISTIC TAILOR, Olmrcli-strcct, Itugii, ADJOINING THE HANK HOTEL. Material and Workmanship GUAUANTKbD. PROMPT ATTENTION to ORI^KRS. t3' Call and Inspcct Patterns. ImymroRooKsT COACH & BUGGY mjILDERS, Ac., &0., Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STHEET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIITION3 of VEHICLES Made or Ropairod on the .Shortest Notice. IS' OUR PRICES aro connislcnt with HONEST WORKMANSHIP. nMooJ Aok-*t Fon Ji»:oA : Ma. F. A. ORMISTON Chemist. rjl A I L O R I N G A.B.JONES, — TOR — -wiji.i, . Kxim.v tvii.oie, Bugtt to intimate that ho has COMMENCED ItUSINKSS In Premises in Carp-st, Bc^a, Opposite tiis I'o*t Omen. e^r ALL onnEKS rofcire pornor.nl in tention and uro promptly attended to. GIVE HIM A TRIAL. rjllIE CENTRAL HOTEL, BEOA Under New Management P. DALY BEGS to remind VISIT0R3 to BKGA thnt thev will find tho CENTRAL offern Sl'K* CIAL ADVANTAGES, being furnished throughout with n SPECIAL REGARD TO COMFORT and with all modern conveni ences. ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF JANUARY CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

CHURCH SERVICES. | MONTH OF JANUARY C'ltTliUH OP BXGLAND ht. ciitfBcn n Koi. Every Sunday, imrmti# at 11, and crcoing %t 7.80 Bamlay, 9flth-~T.*nJ*, 8 SnmUy, J'th— 3 ThurrttUy, a p.m., «JUoli practice rtBRUART fiumUy, 10th— Tar Ja, 3 BuniUy. Nunibtwga, 8 Sumliy, *2Ki»— Taiija, 3 SumUy. ainl— Urogo, 3 P. DRVAN, n.A.

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

Spoclal A«Hortls-*m«*ntN. ? ' 'FURNITURE, CARPETS-, rtlSDSTBADS & REDOING. A. HAUL AND CO. IlUXWlNO-KOOM SUITK, rovrnil in i«it:h T»ip»ntry und SilK l'ltn«h Border* — 0«»tu'li, two Armohairs, und for»c Small Curved Chair*. 6 Guinea*, A. HALL AND CO. BKI)UOOM SUITK, Walnut Colour — NVardrubn, ilresa oorvpartmont, enclosod l,y door ; Duohesso Dreading Tnhle to wirrenpnnd, Mnrblctfp Wash* j stand, 2 Chains And Towel Rail 16 16*. | A. HALL AND CO. OtNINO-ROOM SUITK. Vitj; KtroiiK-f' Curved ?back Chair*, 1'uir Ku-y Chair*, ond Couch, all 8pring*--eoted. £?- 1«jh. A. HALL AND CO. FULCi-SIZn HALF-TKRTKR 1IEI-STEAI- Extended Footroil und bran* mounted ; Beat Kapok Mutt rem, Bolster, uud 2 I'illowti, Tnplo Wirt? Muttreiw. £1 16a oompleto. A. HALL AND COMPANY, j 561, 583, 565, and 567 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. HAM/S Now CnUilogno, 72 Pages, fjOO IUu«trnti'ns. Pint Free, or nt Oflico of this I'upcr Country Orders pucki'd froo. Opon nil iluy SATUItDAV until 3 p.m CIoho 1 p.m. WKDNKSDAY. Lc...

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BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

BEMBOI A (FnOM OUR COUHESPONDENT.) It ib my melancholy duty to record' tho death of Mr. Jamas Clarke, which occurred at his homo ot Alogilla on Thursday Inst, nt the compuratively early early age ol 51. Tho nncertsinty of life's niluriroiyo ia shown by tho tact that deceased attended the Bega races, and lookod in tho best of health. 'But yo know not the day nor the hour ' and perhaps it is ns well we do no'. Mr. CUrko wos the victim of on in ternal comfdaint, and nil tho attention and (-kill of Doctors Evorshed, Mcek--, and Purnons could not stay the cruel hand of death. Decease 1 waa a very kind nnd good humored man, and thfr bei caved lamily have tho sympathy of the district io their creat Iran. The funeral took placs to Beta box* cemet ery oo Saturday atteinoon, » very large number of mourt*ers following ihh remains to th'ir last resting place; The Rov. Mr. Newth conducted the service. An extraordinary «torm occurred at Dubbo on Friday evening. Tho wind blew with hurricane force,...

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The West End Creamery Co. (To the editor of the Southern Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

The West End Creamery Co /7b the fiiitor of thi Southern Star.) Sir, ? I believe it is lliR intrntinn of somo of tli' slmrrliolilc'' --f 'hn nhovo comjmny to m»ko n» ellmlut llie hnlf-ypurly mcetinc In i-lfot boiiib now diri'etor«, I would like 10 ni'''0 11 few rpnmikn on Ihn nmticr in tin* cotumnn of your |-n|-ulnr jmp'r. ino uhjiinn of new nn'n would wef tno reji-ction of ut leatrt nomo nt ilia old director!', wlio liavo licld oirin* niuen tbo company's inccpliou, and who havo beon favored with tlio cDliro confidenco of tho bulk of tho sluniholdors. Thnn why should lliey bo ri-j?c'.ed now 1 N would be some time linforo « now 'ian could grasp tho workings of tlio com puny, and a fresh dircc'or would for n long time bo very ranch like the young horso in hnrneas. Tho present direc tors all hivu largo slakes in the com pany, and nrn not likily losacrifico ilB intcrosta. The only room for improve ment ir. ihe coi. duel of business, to my uiind, is llut the services of a seurelnry Rhouh...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS — 1 SYDNEY', Tnr*(Jny. ! The rrturna of the gold yield for 1900 whow a decree of £5.17,000 on tho pmvious year. , I A hoy nitnod Walter Locnolc was accidentally shot by hU grandfather at | Mount View, noir Maitland. Th« Stato Cabinet meets huh nuriy 1 ing ; probably it will bo tho lant Sjr Wm. Lyno will nftond,.nB ho confeni i.latofl on oarly retirement from tho dual position. It is gonerally under mood that Mr. Bugnld Thompson will ;akn the Trsaaurorfihip. Tho Imperial troops embarked on the Britannic about noon yentciday. A great crowd assembled and gave them » most enthuHianiic send-off. Speeches were delivered by Mossrs. Barton, Lyno, See, tho Mayor of Sydnoy and Uolon'-I Wyndbrvm. Tho latter said ! the troopH would look back to their ! visit with pride und pleasure. After cheering and handshaking, the gang- | «ay whs let down, and the band struck up 'Auld Lang Syne' amidst ih«* wildest enthusiasm. Ths trans port hauled off from tbo wharf and anchored in stream ...

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Letter from 'Paddy' Byrne. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

Letter from 'Paddy' Byrne. Miss Laura Byrne ia in receipt of the ! following interesting lottor, wbich is written from Krugcr'a Dorp, from ber I brother 'Pat,' a mombor of General 1 Clemonts Royal Eogineora. 'You will 1 boo by this lotter tbot I am still on tho I warpatn. It is juat 70 daya sinco I loft Protoria, during which timo I bave hoeo 1 io a good many plaoes, and bove hod a fow bord scraps with tbo Boors, but no very boovy fighting. Thoy otill keop sniping ua. but oa soon os we approach tbom tbey scoot off. They bave »hot a good many of our fellows in this monnor, but wo are gradually wipiog them off tbe slate. Wo often bave occasion to burn theirwaggons aud caravans, containing oil descriptions of forage, aod frequeutly tboir bousoa and crops as well. 1 am in charge of a domolition party with the ronk of Lonco* Corporal, and my men are ohosen according to their bVoodtbiraty qualitioa. Whon tbero it a bouse to be blown up or burnt you will see their eyes glisten with fiondis...

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LETTERS to the EDITOR THE COMMONWEALTH FESTIVITIES. (To the Editor of the Southern Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

LETTERS to the EDITOR TEE COMMONWEALTH FESTIVI TIES. /To if* EfHtor 1/ the Sotttfa r-» Sfrrr.J Sir,— Wbon you yo shouted 'Rule Britoonia, ond sung God Sovo tbo Queen/ gooerslly peoplo go home, and «o it has boon with the festivities. Bot what did tbeeonntry districts get out of this lavfab display ? What notional senti* | ment did tho oxpoudituro of public money i produce in tbsoountry ? 'Nothing.' Tbo country people practically pay tbo chief I taxation uow-o-days, aod vet tho selfish- | noes of our Mmiat/y, and tbo contralfaa- 1 tion of everything in tbo city of Sydney, j overlooked conferring any benefit upon tbo chief tax-bearer. Tako our district ; thoYn»ilaDco Society asked for a email sum to entertaio tho children, and this waa at once refused. 'What bod the childron to do with tbo notional festival t tbey aro not supposed to drink champagno.' Forgetting that tbe children of to-day ore tbe men and women of to-morrow. Eton our Steamahip Coy. rofusod to grant a email privilege t...

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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Mowlny. 1,100 Bokrb attacked thu British po*t* at Zuurfontein and Kaalfontein, but woro repulsod aftor a stifl cncountor. Tho cavalry is pursuing tbem. Disloyalists in Capo Colotoy aro creating much confusion by circulating f.ilao information about tho raiders. I A terrihlo blizzard bus raged six ' days in tbe Sonth of Kussia. Six j trains, containing 5000 peswongers, wero snow-bound, and the passengers \ nearly starved. 1000 soldiers, after digging for threo day*, enabled the trains to proceoJ with thf 5000passen- ; gorn. Afttrr continuing for aboot eighteen hours, the trains wore again 1 blocked, and tbo supply of firowood he came exhausted. The carriages became 1 a perfect pandemonium, tho sufferings of the occupants hcing terrible. A purty of sixty ft*rted ou foot, and nnching the station, communicated with the Odesaa Oovernmwit^ which aent niedges nnd fond to tho starving people. Many wero delirioun and frotit bitten, and ovor 1^0 died. The state of the p...

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THE MARXISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

THE MARKETS. Tits Coastal Farmers* Co. rr-porU on 13th I inst. : — Bent butter 9d, Acirond quality Sd to Kid, pnstry Cd to 7d. Hnnd'curod bacon ; C3 to 7d, hams 8Jd to 9d. I»ird 3J-1 to lid. I ChoiciiHt chootK) 4d to 5d, hoi-ond quality~3j ! to 4d. Honey l^d to .1JU. K^'h— Northern Ri to Bjd, Houthcrn Dd. Towli 'is Od to 4s. Ducks 'is 3d to 2h Gd. Turkeys Ss to 148. Tho pig: market in Sydnoy is vcrj' dull, tho supply being too yrent. Best baeoncrs arc worth 44s to 55p, primo weighty sort« i ffoiog at 38s to 4'2s, and light at 26b to 30a. i Porknrsaro quotod at l'2s to 2-»d. CIoho on 3000 were put through thu city yards last i week.

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