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LETTERS to the EDITOR. THE MAN IN POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

LETTERS to the EDITOR. THE MAN IN POWEK. Sir — Your apology for Premier Lyne may not bo without its use ; but to many in this district there was distinct novelty in your declaration that 'Never before did a Premier possess the confid ence of tbe poople to a greater dogreo than does Mr. Lyne to day/* -This is a 'large order,** aod tbo foundation upon whioh you build this remarkable super .AAma in fcovn turn . first, that sinoe Mr. Lyne stumbled into his position, many volunteers have goce to fight the Boers ; second, that sinco be has been Promior thore has been a clean ing up of Sussex-strcot and tbo destruc tion of thausands of rats. Suoh boing tbe ground-work, I fear tbo edifice is not moro substantial than a house of oards tbat will topple oyer when a real tempest smitos it. Many of us think of W. J. Lyne. in this way: By the graco of her Majesty 'Sir William*' ; by tbo favor of tho so-called Labor Party, Premier of Now South Wales; by tbe accident of beiug bis father's son, a Pr...

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

MRS- GLADSTONE Two years ago the civilized world mourned the passing nway on May I 19, 1S9S, of England's great Liberal 1 Stutesnian, William Euart Gltd- i stone ; and now wc have news th it j Mrs. Gladstone also has passed into | the great here-after. There has j utiuu yiimpaes in uiu pust- ui uiu i perfect domestic happiness that ex isted in the Gladstone family, and { it had been truly said of Mr. Glad stone that 'he never bud an out I side trouble which did nut vanish at the sight of his wife, when he crossed the threshold of home.' Away back in 183!), at Rome, Mr. Gladstone met Catherine Glynne, daughter of Sir Stephen R. Glynne of Hnwnrden Castle, Flintshire, Wales ; in July of that year a double wedding took plnce : Citherine Glynne became Mrs. Gladstone, and Mary Glynne married George William, fourth Lord Lyttleton. As a girl, Mrs. Gladstone was known as one of the beautiful Miss Gly lines, and even in old age that beauty was preserved. Simplicity nnd quiet dignity were her ...

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

A SPOTLESS COMPLEXION SuZtFBOUifB Low ox olears off all iranor* . footions in a few days. Pimplo, Blemish ev, ! Irritating Objeotionable Appearances, Bed ?ess, Ktughneas, Tan, Unoomfortabln Skir Disfigurements, entirely fade away, leaving a beautiful skin. Shilling Bottles of Sul choline i

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 June 1900

Jl O r, SALE QUANTITY of Surplus Furnituro. Small Stovo. TWO ALLOTMENTS, Manby's Subdi vision, Eden, fronting Flindora-Ht., adjoin ing reserve for publio buildings. Title, Torrens. LARGE ALLOTMENT, frontingCobargo Koad, Quaama, 2h. 2r 24p. TWO ALLOTMENTS at Bnrmagui, next to Police Station. Apply \V. H. BRAINE, Bega. 000 IDENTAU HOTEL, Comer of | Carp and Auckland Streets, - B E O A. — MOST COMMODIOUS HOUSE in TOWN. Close to Central Sale Yards. BEST BRANDS of WINES, SPIRITS, and BEERS. $9° Fiew-clabs Tablb and Excellent I Stabijno. | SUITES FOR FAMILIES H. ALEXANDER, Proprietor. BLOOD PURIFYING. StrLFnun, Natokb'b Blood Pujiifibb.— Pbppo's Sulpotiu Skip ?ka&i*s Are quite Miiall, porfecliy tajtclc-M-, Purify the Blood, cleanso from all Il?mours, ouro Skin Di nouses, improve tho Health. Pepper's Sul phur Pea;ia iu Shilling Bottles uverywhera*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE. THE FAMOUS REMEDY FOR COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION. HAS THE LARGEST SALE OF ANY CHEST MEDICINE IN AUSTRALIA. Thoso who havo takou this mcdicino nro amuod »t lta womli'rtiil iiiflnonco. Baltorera troin »ny torm ot Bronchitis, Cough, Difficulty o( Breathing, Hoarseness, Pain w Soreness In tho Chest. ??»pt,rienco doliuhtful and inimediato relief, and to tlnw! who aro subject to Colds ou tho Chest it is invnluablo, ns it effects a Comploto Cure. i,.0 n„vnr Hlla-in« imtuii.m in thu throat, and Ki*i'K 'trennth to the voice, and it ueither ullows a CourIi or Asthma to become chronic, nor Consumption to develop, wnrompiion uas ntvo been known to mint where ' Coughs ' havo b«cu properly treated with this medicine. No hou*e should be without it, as, taken at tbo beginning, ft doso is genera y suuicie , a complete ouro is certaiu. j_ PREPARED ONLY AND SOLD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY THE PROPRIETOR, Yj\ g. hearne, chemist, geelong, victoria. Small size, 2/6 ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

THE GATHERER. 'I AU but a gatherer a-d di«po«er ot othor men'e stuff.' — H'oKim. The death of Mrs. Gladstone has removed from ihe stage of life a figure almost as worthy of venera tion as the 'Grand Old Mun' him self. Her character, while essenti ally womanly, was one that com manded respect, and ber pity for those in less fortunate walks of life then her own forced all to admit her true phil inthropy. When the cholera raged so fiercely in the East End, Mrs. Gladstone took upon her self tho duty of helper, aud after personal endeavor dhe wrote a letter to the 'Tinic-s,' which so ably de picted llie noirors 01 tne complaint that it drew forth £3,000, witb which Mrs. viladstone did much to prevent and alleviate the ravages of the disease. j ? ? ? Not tho least of the lato lady's characteristics was her intense ad miration of, and implicit faith in, her husband. To him she looked up as infallible, and it seemed strange to h;r that any one could n^„;i.l« knl/l „ rllftaront nninlnn In he...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

Don't Let the Glook Run Dowo u Tub human body/* says a grout phynician, ' Is a i*ovuhty-yoar clock.' Yea, and like all othor dock* tho timo it will run depend* largely on how it in treated. Tako tho pendulum weight ot! tbo end of tho wiro and your olook will rattlo away at tho rato half a doron hours in ono. Neglect il nn 1 it will run irrogularly ; now fa*t, now slow. Break tho mainspring, or a whcvl, nnd it stops instantly. Tako intolbgeutcare of It and a good cloak will serve your rand childrmi a* faithfully aa it now perves you. There in an important difference. howfver. between your olook and your bJjy. Evni sfter your clock is rompletoly run down, and at a *t«wl*'.ill, you wind it up and wt it going airniu. Not no with tho body. Once Plopped it got'* no more. We know tho limits of hla moaning per* fectiv well, yet, speaking literally, Mr. Matthew L. rtrown wa- not 'completely ru» dow-i ' at tho time ho reform to. Thankful wo nro. aim moro inanxiui still he it*, i«r that. But h...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pluck of Twenty Australians TWENTY AGAINST FOURHUNDRED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

Pluck of Twenty Australians TWENTY AGAINST FOUR HUNDRED. The London 'Daily News' of May 10 had an interesting letter from its special correspondent at Bethany Mr. A. G. Hales ('Siniler'), for warding a Boer account of tile incident near Colesberg in which 20 Australians iiela a Kopje against 400 Boers : '?There were about 400 of us,' said the Boer, 'all picked men, and when the commandant called to us tr. go and take the kopje we sprang nn oMrrArlv »nil dftulipri Hmvn -mma lidls. meaning to cross the gully and charg.- up the kopje, where those twenty men were waiting for us. But we diil not know tho Australians — then. We know them now. Scarcely had we risen to our feet when they loosed their rifles on us, nud not a shut was wasted. They did not fire as regular soldiers nearly always do, volley after volley, straight in front of them, but every one picked hi* man, and shot to kill. They liied like light ning, Ion, never dwelling on the trigger, yet never wildly wasting lend, aud all...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

EVENTS TO COME. Begs School of ArU Debating Club meets every | alternate Friday Ladles* Lodge ot tbo O.U.O.O.p. meets Thursday fortnightly Loyal Princo Alfred Lodge, M.U., meots ou Moa day. veiling Star' Lodge, I.O.O.F., meets on Monday Haionte Lodge, Boga meets on Second Tuesday in each month. Boga A., P. «nd II. Society's Committee mcots first Tuesday of tho month. First Taosday in each month, Conncll Good Templars meet every Tncsdav Commons Trustees meet last Taesday in oacli month cfosplUl Coramlttoo meets Socond Wednesday in each month Bega Bonovilent Society moets socond Tuesday in each month School of Arts Coiumittco insets First Thursday in each month llnfttrmationinvUtdfron Secretariti]

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

Tub mail train leavnd Coomu daily, Sun day excepted, nt 5.30 p.m., arriving nt Goulburn, 131 milen, at W.30; nnd at Syd ney, 'iG5 milCH, at 5.55 next morning. Faro: Single, Hint, 5Is9d; second-clans, 34s 9d; return, first, 77s 9d: sccond ohms, 52s A pact worth romombpring ! WILL'S irnportod '? CAPSTAN ' Cigarcttos aro now selling at 4d per packet of 10. rj\ E N D E R s WANTED TENDERS for tho EREC TION of about 100 CHAINS of WIRE , FENCING. Particulars to be obtained from JAMES LATIMER, NurubuggA. or GEORGE BOAKDMAN, Bega. -»'overiuiieiit A» bepjirtm»'nt of Public Works, 1 f, Sydney, 7th Juno, 1900. TTlfrtio/ in directed to GaittU ^Jfcipiting TENDEUSfor EREC* TION of fnC«nHii BEAM BRIDGE over SIX MlLSp CRKKKt Hoad Catlj^rt to Pambuli. ^rondcM will bo rcceivQi up to tho lGttfJuly, W0\ - . ! fcnV. O'SULLIVAN. Gf — 59. fjr JgEGA COMMONS TRUST AOTICii. ALL STOCK depasturing on Beara Per manent Common must bo REGISTERED or removed on or before MONDAY NEXT, 2nd July, othoruuso they will be...

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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF JULY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF JULY. C1IUKCH OF KNULAKD *T. JOHN'S CHORCIi UXOA. Snnday, 1st— Bow, 11 and 7.30. Sunday, Btli — Uega, 11 and 7.30. Tanja, 8. Sunday, 15th— Rtwa, 11 and 7^0. Noiu- ugga, 8 Sunday, 92ntl— Reg*, 11 and 73). Wallagoot, 8 Sunday, 29Ui— Bega 11 and 7.80. Tanju, 8 Thursday, 6 juu., Cholt practice F. BEVAN, B.A.

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IN IDLE MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

IN IDLE MOMENTS. [UY B01IKHIAK.] Woman* BUWKAQisTs aro making thorn aelvos heard at tbe proseut juuoturo, aud tho burdou of tbeir talo of woe is tbo question of extending tbo fraoobiao to thorn. Tbey evidently want a yoice in tbo oloctioQ of tho tirst roproseotativos to tbo federal parliament, and as thoy bare a voico in moat otbor things going tbero is no reatOD why wo shouldn't givo them a say iu tbia ; io fact, thoy should havo boon allowod to frarno tbo Commonwealth Bill, and thoo, wo wouldn't bavo bad aoy oco4sion to oompromirowitb Joo Chamber lain. If we only had boon roproseoted by Miss Rose Scott or Miss Ham-System Spencq iostoad of Mr. Barton wo wouldn't baro had to humiliate ourselves by kouck ling uodor to tbo demands of ibo Under Secrotary for tbe Oolonies. These female Soloes wouldn't bavo tomporized with Eosland's ppectacted war. god, but would bavo dewaodod, aod probably eocured, a oomplianco with tbeir own terms. Dut we'll have to rectify tho mis* take by giving tbom...

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

[?] Sunday, Qlth-ttemboka, 11, Mogllla, IL30, TanU wanglo 7 J, A. NEWTH.M.A., Rector

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

THIS' SPACE — IS FOR — A. J. DISHER & CO., — THE — ; ' m FLAS EASB STORE, — where . -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. ? '' i FIRST DISPLAY— Thursday, 7th inst. J^/jT U N I C I P A L DISTRICT OF B li Q A NOTICE in hereby given that an Assessment has boen nmde, nnd a Rato of Ono Shilling in the Pound lovied by the Council this Municipality on the assessed vnlno of tbo ratable ' property within the Municipality for tho Municipal yoar 1900- t!-OI. in accordance with tho i provisions and for the purpose* sot forth in scction 141 of the Municipalities Aot of 1897. j Aud notico is hereby givcu that a Special Lighting aud Muiutcnawo Rate of Sixpence in I tho Pound has been levied by the said Council on the assessed value of tho ratable property ( within tho Municipality for tho Municipal year 1000-1901, fur lighting with gas or other- ! wise and maintenance rt works*, in pccordanco with tho provisions set forth in stations 143 : and 201 of the Municipalities Act of 1H97, und books cont...

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

CATHOLIC 3nnday, 1st— Boga, 9. Candeto, 11.80 Snnday, ? 8th— Bega. 9. Oandolo. 1 1 .30 Sunday, lfitli— Candelo, 9. Hug*. 11. HO Sunday, 22nd— Bemboka, 11 Suniay, 29th— Bega, 9. Candelo, 11.80 T. HARKBTT. P.P.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

Dkhatino Ci.t'ii. — The first dobato of tho prooont so«sion took placo oo Friday ovening last. Tho at tondanco was cood, but throo or four intonding spoakors woro absont. Mr. j Moriarty, promior, and who is an oxcol- i Innt debater, took tbo affirinativo ot tbo subject 'That tho Commonwealth of Australia should not imposo taxation through Iho Customs for oihor than rov onuo purpose*.' Protection, Mr. Mori arty hold, cottfiiolod w-th tho idoas of natural riu'ht and pornonal froedom, whioh would rocnivo national expansion in tho establishment of the Common wealth. Thoro must bo two sides to a quarrol, aud tboro must bo two sidos to trado— thoso who soil, and thoso who buy. Tho policy of (he opposition would prevent this. Trade was but an inter change of commodities, and as countries woro but politioal divi*ious tho bindranoo of trado created ftrifo. Manufactures followod tho growth of population and wcnlth. ani should not bo forcod to pre codo thorn. No stroosor argumont was nooded th...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

PRESBYTERIAN. Boga, every Sundayat 11 and 7.80 Candolo, the First Sunday of each month at 8 Wolnmla, the Seeond Sunday of ench Month at 8 Kameruka,the 8rd Sunday in each mouth at 8 Brogo, the Foarth Sunday ot each Uouth at 8 Choir Practice at 8 p.m. every Friday. M. KIRKPATRICK, B.A,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING— Dr. Osborneeays: ' I use SANDER & SONS' EUCALYP TI EXTRACT as a spray for nasal ca tarrh, low fevor, asthma. &o., witb groat success. I find tbis preparation suponor to all others.' Dr. Stahl : 11 1 havo used Various preparations of Eucalyptus, but I go* better results from SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT tbao from any other.' Dr. Preston : ?? I novor use any Eucalyptus preparation other tban 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.' Iu influenza, all fevers, throat and lung trouble, cipbtberia diarrhoea, dysoutry, kidney cpmplainta, rheumatism, 'wounds, sprains, ulcers, &o., it is invaluable. Soe that you got SANDER & SONS'. and re ject spurious preparaions, which are somotimes supplied by uusorupulous doalere,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

^unscuipiinv : 1 (i s . 1' i: k A n n i; m . Singlo Copy, 3d. .11 1'lliciiic JQONT COUGH-USE J)ONT COUGH-USE J)ONT COUGH-USE 2JONT COUGH-USE Thoro is ab-olutely no r--ine']y xo HHji-dy -md effectual. One Lnx^imo alono given relief. Simple, hut snro in action, they can be taken by tho most delicate. [^EATING'S LOZENGES jg^EATING'S LOZENGES J^EATING'S LOZENGES J^EATIVG'S LOZENGES If you (mniiot tdecp for eough'n^, one K-atin^H liOKongu will t«ei you riv'ht.. They nt onne cheek (l..i eotiirh and attack the ea-iN!. A Kilo for past SO yearn ( I H!»U .sulu wax u reeord) j)roveH them '[JTTERLY UNRIVALLED. '[JTTERLY UNRIVALLED. |JTTERLY UNRIVALLED. ?yTTERLY UNRIVALLED. Keating'.^ 0»u-.'li l^o^ nirt^, i)i. »h.mv,i)!. -1 reniodv for COtKJ US. IIOAKKKNOS and THROAT TROUBLES, are m.1.1 in Tin* by all Chemintd. (To S. p. :wi, I ihih) 'FOR TUK ULOOtt Is Till. LH'K.' Clarke Mixture 'I HK WOUI.I--F AMKI) i:i.no!- ITKIFIKU AND K I* SToMKIt IS WA'lH.ANTKD T'- C KA It THE IlLOOP from ail imptirilie-* ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900

Published on 'Wednesday and Saturday. Hftflntorcrt nt tlic Uoneral Post Ofllco, Sydiipy, fnr trnnnmiiuiuu byPoataift Ncu'spippr. lliiMhiCMN Directory JOHN COLLIN, ARTISTIC TAILOR, Chiircli-slrcot, llvga, ADJOINING THE HANK HOTEL. Material and Workmanship GUARANTEED. PROMPT ATTENTION to ORPRRS. ts- Call and Inspect Patterns. JJEPAIRS A SPECIALITY ' A. MTJELLER, - PRACTICAL — WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER in every detail to the trade, «3T C A UP -STREET, BEGA. BaUnce^taffs, Cylinders, Pinions, Verges, Jowel lloloa, in fnct, everything connected with Watchcs, Clocks, and Jewellery, skil fully repaired, und replaced with tho utmost despatch. rjpHE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. — Master — REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Cliriat*B Hospital and the Umvorsity of London (First Div Certificate), and cer certificated by tho University of Melbourne, Late Senior AsHiHtant Master at Eton (Q). TiSRMS and all information may be ob tained on application. ?yy Evening Classes, Shorthand Classes, and Private Tuitiou for th...

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