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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 January 1901

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. Tub Govornor-Goneral and Admirtii ISnaumont both roc«iived « cable from Mr. Chamberlain announcing iho prooltunntion of thn Kiug. At two o'clock yeslnrdny the yards of nil the w»rnhins in the harbot were inunnod und a royftl H.iluto w«» fired with full naval honors. All tlio D»gs wcro hoistrd :,t tho mast head in honor of the ovwnt, but woro lowortd ngain, nnd will remain so till aftur the Queen's iutioral. Tho Government has draftod a apeflial order rcqumtin^ the public not to nliRervo Saturday next us n public holiday, owing to tho (loath of tl.o Quccmi. A fenture of the mourning in New Zealand has been tho genoral sorrow manifested by the MaoriB. The Orient's roturned troopers land ed at Wellington without nny owe inony. Mr. Reid's political enroling at tho Town Hall, Melbourne, to-night, will bo altciod to nn addroason the Quoen'a glorious reign. In opening his federal address at Pitrkn. hint night, Mr, Wise said that he wiu nn Australian and u f...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 January 1901

BEMB0K A (Fkom oun ConnEaroNOENT.) The annual gnnoral mooting of Com moners was beld in tho School of Arts on Monday laat. Tho balauco shoot and annual roport woro read and adopted. Tho fnltnwtncf tfftntlnmnn wnrn ol^cted trustees for thn onsning twelvo moo'bi — Moasrs. W. (3. Allan, U. Finn. W. J. Condou, O. W. Silk and Tho». Crocbor. Tho balauco shoot was nrdorod to bo printod. All other business woa post poned until tho uoxt mooting of truntees. Messrs. 1). Kino, J.I'., and M. J. Condon attended tho Publio Worka Com mitteu'a enquiry at Nimitybollo nu Tues day, 21!ud inst, with roforonco to tbo construction ol a railway linn from Cootna to tho Victorian border. Tbrco routes hnvo boon surveyed, viz., Cooina to fJoloRato via Huokloy's Crossing'— that in through Western Mnns.ro ; tho second is from Conma in a westerly direction via Curry'a Vlat (about 9 tnilos Wost of Nimitybollo), and thence south to Thuko Onp, Dibhonlulio and llombnln. Tho third rnuto, after leatiiiR tboms. truvols...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 January 1901

General News. Stockdnle, a thoioughhred stallion- wan recently gorcil to death, by a bull. The d:tina!;i: done in the city and suburbs hy .Monday night's storm was more sprioun than at fust anticipated. The steamer Oriii'io, which exiled for London from Melbourne, took C50 it is believed thnt Mr. Barton has not yet given up the idea of including Mr. Philp in the Rderal Ministry. The action of (ho Government in de ciding to celcbrntu Anniversary Day on Saturday is strongly condemned in many quarters. The Star — the paper the peopl read — offers iho best inducement to advertisers. Mr. Barton thinks it will be necess ary for all the Vcdcrnl Ministers to tnko a fresh oath of allegianco to the Kinp, The missing Grcnfell hunk teller has been arrested at Toowoomha with over £3000 in gold and bank notes in his pORFCSniOD. The famous Pocat fituil wns disposed of by auction. Thn imported stallion Simmer fetched 1 290 guineas on Tues day. Soventeon Victorian members of tho Busbmon's Contingent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 January 1901

YTARRIAUE NOriUES a«., iuiludiug iVL JJpv of paper. Hirtlw. ?/,.. Gd. Death*. 2*. Gd. per inoh. \y\ Wpninri'vni, ^r*. ^%»r iiiun. Ailr-'rti*-uiauU ni traYolliti^ ouni[.i.iin t

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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 January 1901

SYDNEY MARKET UKI'OKT. Clahek Sc Co. report on Tun. 21 : — Buttfr, crenmcry 9d, factory 7d to SJil, d tirv 6(1 to 7d ; oIwhwo, loaf 4d to 4{d, lir«o 3d 'to 4}d, dull; country curod bacon |J,1 to Sjd ; lard in bulk 3d ; citgs 8d to £M : hnucy in good demand 't 1 Jd to 2}d ; main .In Id to 3» 2d : pigx, buoontrs (inn at 40s to 61s. pnrkcr* in KOivl demand at 20a to 31s; turkeja 4a to Vio, KMito 3s Gd to 4» ul ; dncki '2a Gd tu :ia Ud ; fowls 2« to 4b : Hark very aoaroo, ta \0h to £S ia, according to quality. PODLlSnED AT DKO.l O.V WEDSESDATt AND SATURDAY. 'liK ju-t, nnd foar lot: li-i nil the onds thou nim'at at bo thy t-ouutry'a, thy Ood'a, aud truth's ' SATURDAY. JANUARY 28, 1001

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Moderate Protection. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 January 1901

Moderate Protection. Umif.ii tho ahovo headinp:, Mr, W. II. Ilraino, in n teller published in our lust issue, oodeavor', oo tho Bupino priooiplo that there aru no iuch things as 'moderate' thiofs or 'modtrato' swindler', to make himself and othors belinTo that tho words 'modornto pro to^tinrt1' orn ninrnlv thn nnmnnnflnt parts of an empty phrase, baring no significant:!! wlm'.ovor. Judging by Ihe tnnour of his remarks, which, in thomsolvpH, aro tbo best evidence of tho palpable woaknoes of his cause, Mr Draino is a rabid extremist— ono who holds that thoro is no such quan tity as moderation, another it bo in eating, dunking, or in the imposition of a fedoral tariff. Truly a peculiar doctrine to hold ! And as for the application of his peculiar rule — woll, wo might just as well add that in our many perngrioattonn wo never came across an 'honest' burglar. liut, after all is eaid and done, thoro is no moro eccentricity about a 'moderate' protection policy thau there is about Mr. Koid'...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 January 1901

The Queen is dead ; long live the King 1 Another soul has passed into the present!! of Mini who hold powers »ml principalities in His palm, there lo await the dreud and awful sentence. Atropos, Ihe 'bliud fury,' has oot the thin thread of life, and Viotoria the mother and the Qitoen has passed in\o I lie U cat Beyond. r-o more do wr live undor Iho gentle rule of her whom contemporary so»ereignB delighted lo honor, and whom her devotad subjects wore pleused to chII the VGood Queon.' We may with anlety assert that her title to tmo nobility will live alter her, and that h»r memory will bo ever dear ns a type of nil the best in woman to both her subjects nnd to thoso yet unborn, bhe lias truly left a grout record after her. Under her kindly guidance England — Greater Britain — has advanced by leaps and bounds ; indeed, to ohroniclo even a tithe, nay a hundredth part, of the great advances made would need a much longer artiolo ihun this. Thsre are some die con i en led, narrow-minded, an...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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How Famous Rulers Died [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

w . — xiuw JtcamoTJ3 Rulers Died Richard III. wns killcil in buttle Louis V. was piii.ii-m-d by his Queen. Louis I; died of A fever during a eitiiipiiigti. . ?James II; 'died in oXilebfglnlWn oufl l.ahils. OfiieVil 'Ornht died of cancer nf the throat ntli'3. Krnpe'ror William of Germany died of old age. Louis V. was poisoned by his mother nnd bis wife. Henry VI. of Enjjliml wns mur dered in prison. Qiii-en Anne died of dropsy, In- ?tii'ht nn by brnudy. Willinm IV. died of old ngn nnd nu n*thmatic affecliou. Oiiorge IV. diud from a coinulicn tion «f disorders. Solomon diet) nf weariness nt tho vanity of human life. Klwnn! T. died of dysentory mused by drinking foul wnter. Henry I. of Emilnnd died of a surfoit of fish and »ta!c beer. Napoleon Bonapnrte diod in exile of cancer nf tho stomach. Julius CaMiir wns murdered by mi;n hu believed his friends. James IV. of Scotland wrm killed nt tlio battle of FlouMen. Empeior Frederick of Oermnny died of enncer of the thront. Jame.H 1. of Knij...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

To tiik Dkaf.— A rich Udjr, curod of nor Deafness sud Noisos in tho Ilatd by Dr. Niohnlsou's Artificial Ear Drums, L'«vb i'J.OnO to bia Institute, sn that deaf puupln unnblo In procure the Ear Drums in ny havo them fios. Address, No. 1-1-1 D. Tbn Nicholson Tnatittitu, Lougoott OunDerdburr, Tiotidon, W.

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A Bega "Boy" in Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

A Bega 'Boy' in Brisbane TllK following mo c.xlrncts from n lottor recontly rcot'ivi'il from a Bfgn man now residont iu Krisliano : — 'Its rnthor a long timo sinco I wroto to you lost nnil snw tlio color of your ink, but T Imvo often thought of you and wished you nnd Tiik Star success. 'Well, tho lm porial troops hnvo boon hiro, hud n not tinin, and hnvo gone ngniu, cou toutod or othorwiso, and wiln a fnw eoro bends. Thoy only had one diy lioro, and that ono was so 'hot' that Iho Officer Conimnnding thorn thought it was cnonpli. Ho kept tho mcu on board ship tho next day, and thon, liko tho Dutch ex plorer who saw tho pinnts, lost uo timo in lifting anchor nnd go ting out to soa. Tho procession was good, tho march pnst wn? also good, But the sports wcro lost sight of amid tho 'sport' tho troops — Im- porinl and olhwwiso— ennsed at 'Ascnt,1 our fnvorito rneeco'irso. Guardsmen, Fusiliers, Dovon?, Dublins, Jnrk Tars, und colonial swaddios nil hnd a hot timo on 'that day,' by which nnmo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

One Taste iB Enough' 'I lit: writer never h'.rt a ta»t-' of rhiMiniailaiii Inn iinii)— bbuUi four yearn ntfi' 11 was-uin' it laid niu up and made nu- iitoan lor »ix wockt. AiiU I am not praying lor imy '''ri!- 1 can get a heartland now, iu»t by thinking how It fult. Hut. oh, wlmt .1 Tut of (oik caioh il Worm thuu 1 did. Hum is Mm. Anuio li ill, »Iiu u ouo of them. Or rather hho wns; iilie is '(thl enough in thuso days. Her idea of talking of it is to cheer soinu othor Milfvrer, unil show him tho way out. And wo lluink hur for tlmt. It's the propor feeling to liavo to wurda our fulllow-travollori through this vulu of team— uud pains. '?tioiro eight or ton yearn ago,' says Mrs. Hill, 'I «u- i.orfott martyr to rhcumai ism and isdigi'Htion. As if they weru not enough for ono poor woman to bear, I oflin hud frightful pains in tho chest, Kith weakness all ovor uiy body. It win iiwful, and I didn't know what tho ond of it »?«» gi'ing to bo. Now aud thuu I wan 1 utuplitely pros Irute. ?'Wo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

►525'**' — ' ? , **»riA LOOK Weil your LIVER ?hould perform its function* properly ? S'JT'-S Feeiweii of the body should work in lurmonv .... Be WCll -''Jt lak« the world's Mfdicin.ll , Tonic Beverage -Wolfe's Schnappi. BY DRINKING Wolfe's I voi: WILL ^''V LOOK WELL f*s FEEL WELI am. CE WELL. Il is nnsumisml :u a -i»i il'n- I'T I.inr Ail ? m^ i- n Mimul.mt lli.il .tiiK -%rMi.«i. it t.MK-s l!i.' vl.'iu.uli ;iml invip.iatc.% the l.nuk ;uM l.i.liu --.. Aak for WOLrC'3 Iho Roal Orlclnnl Sctinnpp*. iVMYk .-'. V- - * ? .'.'???? ? -.' ?

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

CATHOLIC Enmlajr, 9ril— Candcto. 9. Bi'gi, 11.30 Snmiay, HKIl— BcJ8«. 9. Cnnilolo, 1133 SnuJuy, 17tli— Bmiilioka, 11 Sun J»y, 3-Ui— llctlo, II. C.inJolo, 11,80

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

\XJ ANTED a rcxDoctabln LAI) m up »V prontiM to Grocery and Ironmou Kory Department. 1 T. ROSENTIIALL, Befa Stores. rp e n d k k a TENDKRS rwiuireii for CARTAOE of 20.000 FKET TIMltKR to WOUiMLA MINES frmn PAJIBULA. Add rent) tender* to L. V. HARRISOX, ?South Painl.ula. mo L k t 1 0 - R J O M E D WEATHERBOARD HOUSE, oeeui-yiii(f upleiulid pn-ilion in rontro of town. Thrcc-xtnll StuMe, l!nRiry [Ioubo, Garden, anil every convenience. Low Rental. Apply to W.T. BAKER, or W. I. BROWN. Auctioneer. --'ov«riiiiiciit Xoticc Department of Public Works, Sydney, 23rd January, 1001. ATTENTION i* directed to Gnzttt Nntico invitinir TENDERS f..r ERECTION of LOW LEVKL T1.MIIER BEAM BRIBOK, ' MURRUM1UDOEE RIVER, nt MnTAfiOXU. Road Coma to Miirrumbunna. Teid--r« will ho received up to the 25th librimry, 1'lrtl. K. W. O'SULLIVAN. cr— si. OEGA A., P. ANO II. SOCIETY TEXOEKsivJrTjATHKIXi;. TENDERS, to CATKu for tlio MEM BERS' uUNCIIEON for tlio furllicnniin^ ANNUAL SHO1V, aro liereliv im-ited and will b...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

I'RBSHYTKUIAN. Beita, ovcrr Sumlnyal 11 anil 7.80 Camlulo, tlm First .Siin.lnyu/ tucli month at 8 Wolnmla. tUo ttecoml suiulay ot oacb Month at 8 Kamoruka, Uiu 8r.l Sunday In each month at 8 lingo, tUo Fourth Sunday of each Month at 8 Choir Practice at tj p.m. every Friday. 31. KIICKPATRIOK, B.A,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

A witness the other day gave n novel reason for declining to be croaa examincuY 'Ho laid that all hiu lifu iio had protested agaitut tho growinc, Uiiliit of being interviewed, and he didn't intend to pander to ihu modern taste in a conrt of law.

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

WKSLBVAN. First Sunday In ^-eh month, Kcito II, lay Hcrrice ncmhoka, 11. Meriiislo (Mr S. JoliDslono'a) 2.00. Bega, (younR poonli-'a sorvico) 7.80 Second Sunday, ht-ua, II tCouimnalon), and 7.80 B oro, 8 Third f nn.lny, noRo, 11 and 7JW. Wolumtn, 5 Fourth Situday, Uc|», 11 nml 7.80. Candulo, 3 Fifth .'undily (when (wenrrlnu), Uega, 11 and 7.30 . IVoJumla, 8 fftu EvKNisn MniiTncai and Smvicu ChrintUn Bndcnvonr Mrcting, Wodlloaday, 7.15 Choir Jiractico, Friday, 7,80 JOHN SCIIABKIB.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

A man oamed John Bourko was killed at a coifoe palaca at Colac (Vic), on Friday during a quarrel with the proprietor, Billings, who was attempting to turn him out. Bourko ruahad at Billings, who struck him a blow which caused him to fall on tho side of uiB neaa, ana do aioii iniriy five minutes after admission to the hospital from concussion of the brain. Billings has been arrested. In connection with tho man Lilly whito, who is now in custody for extradition to England, from New Zealand, on a charge of being identi col with one Blanch, who is wanted for a murdor at Colchester, England, somo years ago, bis photograph was at the time of his arrest sent to the chief of police at Tacoma, U.S.A., in order to tost bis story that be was a roeidont of that place at tho time of the murdor. Replies have now been roceivotl, lacked by affidavits, bearing out his etnry. TUo off theory has been blamed during late years for the dulnoss of long drawn out crickot matcbos. Whilst the bowler is tryin...

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SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

SALVATION ARMY, BEO A ' F.voryflunilay — Kooe, Drill, 7 a.ra. Ilollnwd Mucllnp. Hi...... F/tw'aadibu/, Spa. SetilcuiLut

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 January 1901

DOUBLE EVENT, A King for England, — iSD — COWHKOT'S I'ltirHS FIND tlwir wny into tho SOUTHERN STAR. EDWARD VII. Is ft JOLLY GOOD FKL LOW, and COWDIIOY'S l'RICBS nro liVo OUASSMOIU'ER 1'IE to tho OPPOSITION ! Thoy aro cnloulntoil Ui ? put a NASTY TASTE in tho MOUTHS of noino of tho local ONLY ONK AND ELEVENPENCE HA'PENNIES. . COWDROY'S PRICES Aro tUo ONLIEST'in Town, nncl aro for SPOT CASH. nerti are a few; raoro will follow :- Knamcl Pio Dishes, lnrgo nizo ? 1/9 lle.it HniiidH Korosone, per tin ? 4/11 'Sunset' Arrowroot, per lb ? 4jd Epp'it Cocoa, perpkt ? 4}d UniiulnoStcarinoCiindleH, porpktSJd, S/3dz KincKt ConlinlH, L. Juice, 4c ? 1/- Outmonl, ''.tiding Sun' or nny other, ? Tlbbajj 1/3 Finest Japan Rice, Tib buns ? 1/3 Sodt» Cryat.il*, KnglMi, 811» for Oil, . . 1011m for ? 1/ Mayic iroap, ' 'Ecliptic' per box 25/- . . per bar ? 'M fiornx H-mr . b-.«t (gnnlity ? 3 Vl Wbito Criuin fur kid boots, per bot .. Gil Kitchen Saw,*, n useful article ? 1/9 Special Hit ii.I A 1 Ten' ? l/31b ...

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