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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

MARIUAOE NO TICKS 3*., including c-ipy of paper* Btrtlm, »h. Gd. Dculbn. 'in. 6d. per inch. F« M^moruru, 3«. p»»»- inch. Advcrti(t«muntM of travelling compnuitii canh in advance.

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

CLIPPINGS. At tho Homebush markets crttlo remain very doar. Soldiers i c the Italian Army are allowed two hours in the middle of the day for u nap. Cuiro is the greatest town of Africa : its inhabitants number f-00,000, 25,000 being Europeans. Steps are being taken for thu ereciionofa memorial to the la'ol Sir Ilenry Parkos at North Sydney, j A young girl, Blanche ?itnms, was bitten by n snake last week, near Kinmn, and died the following night. The vanguard of the invading Boer forces is within 20 miles of Piquetberg, situated 7-i miles north east ot Capetown. The soldiers who returned to B:ithurst nnd Picton last week from South Africa were given an entbus ia«tic weiooine home. The police are investigating the death of n young mariicd woman mimed Mary Bailey, whioh occurred at l)arlinghur-t last week. A tender ol £3700 has been ac cepted for dec ?rating the Melbourne Exhibition Buildings, for tho open ing of the Federal Parliament. Tho Federal Cabinet has decidcd on itsgcncial lin...

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

PAYING THE PIPER. At last the joyoua junkefinga aod ioaoo jamboozioga in connection with tbe inauguration of tho Commoo wealth have fizzled out, aod now our mercurial Ministry, baying regained what few seoses it poa^eesed after a wholesale swilliog of 'free booze* champagne, ia ooofrooted with the nooeot nightmare, Dot 4 Australia j facing tbe Dawn/ but New South Wales facing tbe bibulation bill, whioh, according to Minister for Works O'SuJIivan, will tot up to something like £100,000 ! Shades of tbe Soudan donkey! And what have i we got to show as a result of the 1 spending of this £100,000? At most 1 tbe only landmarks left are several , pyramids of empty champagne bottle*, wbiob shall ever remain as permanent monuments of the guzzliog capabili ties of the founders of our new-born nation. If those who were respon* fible for the spending of this bugo sum of money had taken tho pre caution to secure tbe ereotion of a permanent monumont in commemora* tion of such an august event, the...

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

Scott and Schiller Every one knows luw, when Sir Walter Scott whs a bny, the future novelist w s lost durinil a thunder storm, anil found by tho alarmed searchers lying on nis back on the hillside looking at I lie linhtnin;:, clapping his hands at each Hash, ami exclaiming, 'Bonnie I Bonnto 5' But a story of the same kind, with Schillcr, the German poet, as the hero, is not so well known. Ono day, while a very siiuill bny, n severe thunderstorm cunie on. The hoy was misMod, and could nowhero be found. The whole household searched for him, but it was not until the storm was past that ho was seen descending from the top of a high lime tree neat the house. To the inquiries of his father as to his motive, he replied, 'I only wi-dieJ to see where all the fire came from.'

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

EVENTS TO COME. Bcga School of Art* Debating Club raccta ovcry 1 altcruato Friday Ladies' Lodgo of tho O.U.O.O-*. rarela TharsdAT fortnightly Loyal I'rlneu Alfred Lodgo, M.U., meets on Mod day. ▼enlng Star' Loilgo, I.O.O.F., ineptu on Sfonday Masonic Lodgo. Boga mocta ou Sccond Tuciday in each month, Bega A., P. ?ml II. Society'* Committee meets Grut Tueeday of tlio month. First Taosday fa oach month, Council Oood Templars meet every To^ay Commons TrasUesmectlast Tuesday in each month dospitat Committee meets Seeond Wednesday in each month Bega Benevolent Society ejects socond Tuesday in eaeh month School of Arts Committee meets First Thursday in each month (iufyrmotioHinvittd from Sterttoriit] Cfj t ^uutfjevn ^tac, Pt7SLX9&SJ- AT BEOA ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. | mBb joxt, and foar not: lot all tho ends : thou . aim'et at bo thy country's, thy I God'e, and truth's.' WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 10. 1901

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

Tut! Star— tho paper tlio poopl' read — otTers the bost inducement to advertisers. Watts: 'Statesman Witts says he never pays any attention to the papers.' Potts : 'Sri ? I wonder bow he gets hold of all his jokes ?' No ltouM should bo without a supply of Jackson's cordials now that tho warm weather is coming ou.# Keeping Meat Fiesb.- — A little charcoal placed in the larder, or where the meat is kept, will help to keep it fresh, if the meat is sponged with a little vinegar before it is cooked it will prevent any un pleasant '.nste, which is sometimes noticeable even when the meat is perfectly fresh. For Exterminating Mice, Rats, &c.— These creatures have a strong objection to chloride of lime, and will flee from it wherever sprinkled. If ttoubloJ with cockroaches, throw cucumber ends about the kitchen floor the last thing at night. They have no sense of taste, and will devour it greedily, although it is poison to them. I To Cltnnse and Polish Furniture. — First cleanse from...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 January 1901

Young Business Man: 'When d' you think is the best timo to ad vertiso V Old Business Man : 'All the time, young man.' Piepuraiions aro now well imilpr way for the handing over of tli« vat ions postal departments to the Coiiinion w altli. To Clean Poarl Handles. — Rub with a soft rag dipped in fine salt, then polish with chamois leather. To Clean Bottles. — Crashed egg shells mixed with a little water is a very good thing to clean vinegar or other bottles. For Removing Mildew Stains. — Hub tho parts with suft soap and Bait, thon expose to the son, and repeat if necessary. For Removing Iron Rust. — Ap- ply croam of tartar, moistened with water, to the rusty spots, then ex pose to the sun. Repeat if neces sary. To Clean Jewellery. — Put the jewellery in soap suds, containing a few drops of ammonia, scrub with a soft brush, then shake fine whit ing in all the crevices, which, when dry, can be brushed off, leaving the jewellery nice and bright. For Cleaning Silverware. — To prevent silve...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

Look well S°JT$v£r should perform its [unctions properly ? Si'^-SI Feel well of the bidy should work in harmony .... rj ,_(| To be well yoti DC Weil must take the world's Medicinal , Tonic Btvtnge-VoMc't Schnapps. BY DRINKING WoBfe's I vot: wu.t, , ??. LOOK WELL f \ FEEL WEL1 .v.-.. BF V/LLL. Ii ismiMi.^i.v.ins.-. v. -rilir wl.i-.-r .\i!in,i.l- is ., v.iiiiulnii! luiil .-idi ,:i:-.-li..M. il loins tin: s|.,,i,;..!, .,n,l uiu^.miU'v llm Ik.hitIs nwt Liduvvs. Ask f-r WOl.Fr'3 tlio Real nriclmil Echnnppt.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

The boat mediciuo known is SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Teat ita emioont poworlul ellucln in oougbs, colds, inQuonza, the relief in inatBDtanoous. In eorious ca^os, and aooidoota of all kinds, bo they wounds, burns, scaldings, bruisos, cprnins, it in the safest romody — no i-wollinf; — no inflammation. Liko aurpriwiDg effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation ol tha lunge, swelhnK.-'&c.', diarrbooo, dysontery, diaoanoB of the kid neys and urinarv orpaii'. . SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is io usoat hospitals and modioial olmicts all ovor tho globe; patronised by Bis Majesty tho King of Italy ; orowned with medals and diplomas International Ex hibition, Amstordam. Trust in this ap prorod article and rojeot all others. T71UNERAL NOTICE THE FRIENDS of tha lato MRS. STUKAH (relict of tho Into Joachim Sturah, Eh_., Vonder Bako), arn reKpeotfully invited to attend htr funeral THIS DAY, Saturday, 19th December, 1901. Procession to louvo...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Send-off to Mr A. J. Mason. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

Send-off to Mr- A. J. Mason On TiiCMlity ovening last about 40 nipinhers of the 'Loyal Prince Alfred Ludffe,' llan chodtcr Unity Order, auemblcd at the hull of tho School of Arts, whero they inccr »«ined tbeir departing financial «ccrctarv, Pro A. J. Mason, nt a smoke concert Tlio chnir wa.» occupied by llro. K. Zinpei, wbr, 1H ulwn\u reforred In hh **i-,.. rntlluK «r ,l. Lodge.' Littlo tables were nrrauKud around thu room for the convenience of card-playc-r» whilst songs were contriuuted bv Mivj.rs Wo-. Brown, B MoConviKu, J.l/orrinJton' W. J. Ellis, G. K. Brooks, Vaughun, R*. Johns, und U Hermann, the acrouu'uui ments beiiiK played by Mr. Vmuclnin who i« an ablo musician. Tho cbnirnmn in uro Henting Mr. Mason with a splendid fct of V&tl Grand's regain and r purse of fove rcijfiis. tho Rift of tho brethren, referred to Mr. Mason'x lonir and honorable connection with the Order, and cxprcawl rcjrri t at tho severanco of that connection Mr Zinirnl spoko very feelingly, and sai...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Return of Bega "Braves." ANOTHER ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

Return of Beera 'Bravos' ANOTIIKK ENTHUSIASTIC BKUKr TION. Wk had thought that tho people o( Bflga bail lang lost that martial ontbusiosm en rampant at tbo oulaot o( tbo war, but tho Bplondid aud spoutanooua wolcomo ex tended to Corporal 'Jack' McDonald and Privates Diok Ilawos aud Teddy Hull on Thursday ovening— it was well nigh night — only proved bow wrong we woro in our conclusions. Pooplo hoard bnzy whisperings ol tboir probable retnrn, but nothing dofinito oould bo gleanod until the town bsllman, in tho person of 'Jor aoy,' proclaimed at ovory street corner that a publio welcome was to bo extended to, as he put it, 'our throe best soldiers,' assigning tho Show-ground as tbo ap poiutod meeting placo. Thanks prin cipally to tho efforts o[ Morsoy,' a largo crowd assembled early in tho vioinity o( tho Post OfBco and School of Arts, whilst many others made to tbo Show-ground. Eirly in tho day tbo immediate relatives and friends of tho leturning bnroea mado for Tathra, in ordor to g...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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LETTERS to the EDITOR. (To the Editor of the Southern Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

LETTERS to the EDITOR (?[o the Rlitor oflhc Suutl.ern Star.) Sm,- Suction US of tho MuuicipalitieH Act of 1S!P7, following up 31 Vie. No. 12. Sec. 32, protides that every perwn lieing an olllcer on full pay, or a non eoiiiini.-sioned oflircr or private in tho naval or mitiiary service of Her Majesty, other than tho voluntoer force of thin colony, 'bh-ill ba dit-qiifilified from taliu).' or holding offlco us Mayor, alderman. or aunuor. ino nioumeu i\iul-» in « ^m tiully p:iid force, nnd cniiiint bo Htrictly re ftnrileil n.i 'volunteer'; the men aro paid, and the -illicern am puid. and thus sci'tn to cuni under tho ais-_ua!;ue-iti.m provi5ion«. In tho defence list, only thu Si'i»ti»h, the Iiihh. ami tho St. George Rillc* are classed as 'Volunteers.' — 1 am, etc., RATEPAYER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

THE ....,,.. CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN ? ? FOB ? DRAPERY, CLOTHING & BOOTS. A. J. DISHER & CO. RED FLAG CASH STORES, BID GK4. j PflLINQ'5 I FWNO5 V are far above the many k 7 common place instruments * 7 on the market, and MUCH X T CHEAPER. * V Catalogues FREE. $ C Sole Agents for I : jf . STEINWAY 2 J rth BRINSMEAD I T Up FEURICH £ J ^ L.IPP & SOHN I 1 GORS & KAL.LMANN «j 2 UEBEL - ECKE x,V J 4 VICTOR ♦ 7iV 9 £ BELLING & V 2 C ESTEY ORGANS. V £ EVERY KNOWN ' 3 £ MUSICAL INSTRUMENT $ £ STOCKED - ?— aSv. £ £ Strings and Fittings, fl J.W.H.PAUNC&CO.J jj LIHITED, V 7 338 GEORGE STREET, I I SYDNEYi » 9 C ? 9 JLocnl Agent— ??:. .--. llardalu-r. 'Where further information may bo obtained TJEOA AMATKUR AIINSTREL CLUB A GENERAL MEETIXO nf Members anil intending Members of tlio abovo Club will bo held at tho SCHOOL OP ARTS on TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, nt 7.30. TED. WILSON, Secretary. HIDDEN TREASURE GOLD MINlf, I- A M l( 1: I. A . THE ownors invite TE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF JANUARY CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST.JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

CHURCH SKBVICKS. MONTH OF JANUARY CUDItCH OF F.NOLANU Krory 8nndny. marning at 11, and eronlng at 7.30 SuuJa.r, aOth-Tanli, 3 Sunday, 27th— Wallauoot, 3 Tliursday, 8 p.m., Chuli practico Sunday, 1Mb— Tspja, 8 Snnday. 17th-Numliuinii, 3 Sunday, SUb-Tau]a, 3 . Sunday, 81st— Brogo, 3 F.nEVAN, D.A.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

As we predicted io former issues, the fisoal queatioD — the old red flag that taunts the bull — ia to beoomo the dominating issue of the forthcoming federal elections. This contingency is inevitable, and, realising this, the opposing forcos are up and doing and straining ever; norre to strengthon ineir position iar me noai straggle at the polls. From the outset a few wiaeacrns endeavored to shirk the issue on the grounds that it would be inimical to the beat interests of the country to rsiee a question wbioh muet necessarily exclude mauy able men from the Federal Parliament on account of their fiscal oread being op posed to the fiscal beliefs of a majority of the eleotors. But as our change of state lifts the responsibility of deter mining this much vexed question from the State Parliament and imposes the task upon the Federal Parliament, it becomes obvious that this recondite question must, soounr or later, be settled ; and as that right rests with tho electors, the first federal e...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

Infirmities Have at Last a Conqueror in THE ORKAT HERBAL nEMEJJY. YITADATIO, acknowledged to bo The Best Blood Purifier Extant INUIOESTION. ITS UNPLKASANT CONSEQUENCES. 'WHEN you wako in trm raornins rnoro tired than when you wont to bed. with unplenmint Tsslo in your mouth, and n dry and coated tonjfiio, theao Higns plainly point to tho ne cc&iity of nn immediate course of VITADATIO. OR YOU MAY HAVE NO APPETITE for Rrcnkfast— it%«lf it bad nign— and even thu littlo yon do cat produces general dia oomfurt, with pain and diHttn.-ion. VITADATIO will at onco correct those tyinjiloms : it .-ImrpchH tho uppctito and diepor»c« thu pain. AND DUlilNG TFIE MORNING n faint xonaation ii experienced nt the pit --' I ho xtomarh, dull, sleepy feeling, giddiness flu.liingH of tho face, &o. VITADATIO will afford you prompt relief. W'VJEN YOU FEEL IRRITABLE and out of sorts, havo a hoadncho, or fcol low-spirited, and look upon thoblaok side of everything, you will find relief in VITA...

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

[?] Thursday, 17th— WolumU, Mr Tl union's, 1 1 Sunday. J0tl--Wolnm)«, 11. C.indolo. 7 .SO Sundar, J7tli— Bemboka, 11, 1I.C. Mosilla. 9.80 TantuwaiiKlo, Mi) Thursday, 31st— Niagara, 11 J.A. NKWTH.M.A., Rector

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SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

SALVATION ARMY, BEOA Kvorv Snnday — Knoe Drill, 7 a.m. Holiness, Mntlno, 11a.m. Froo and Kasy. 8 p m. Settlement I ...:?.. .',.il--t.tian, 7.8U. 0 w;apWMlL| Emlgn.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dying Words of Great Men. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

Dying Words of Great Men 'It is well.'— Washington. 'I must sleep no*.' — Byron. 'Ami is this death.'— Oforge IV. ?Lord, tako my spirit.'— Kdwnrd 'I shall bo happy.'— Archbishop Sharp. 'I loved God, my father, and lib city.' — De S?tael. ?i reel as it l were mysim uh»''. -Walter Scott. ?I feel tho daisies growing over me.' — Keats. ?The best ol all is, God is with us.' — John Wesley. 'My beautiful flowers, my lovely (loweis.' — Itichter. 'James, take good core of my old horse.'— Winfield Scott. 'Let mo die to the Rounds of de licious music' — Mirabenu. 'What! Is there no brihiug death ?'— Cardinal Kennfort, '1 am taking a fearful leap in the dark.' — Thomas Hobboi. ll thought that dying had been more difficult/ — Louis XIV. 'Let me hear those notes so long my solace and delight. — Moscirt. 'I do nut sleep. J wish to meet death awake.1 — Maria TkcroRa. 'I resign my soul to God ; my dntighter to niy country.' — Jeffer- son. '1 hive sent for you to soc how a Christian Ciin die' — Addis...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

CATHOLIC Absent tn Sydnoy

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