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LETTERS to the EDITOR. MODERATE PROTECTION. (To the editor of the Southern Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 February 1901

LETTERS to the EDITOR. MODERATE PROTECTION. (To the editor of the Sunt hem Stir.) Sir, — To my foxr worda of com ment upon the ridiculous term 'Moderate Protwliou,' you attempt a reply aatu rated with mwiepreientation of th. warn ing I tried to give. I'allwig names is easy, and so you say that 4,Mr. Braine is a rabid extremist, alao, 'an alarmis**,'* If 'rabid' moans 'thorough,' and it 'alarmist' is equivalent to 'forowarnoi of danger,' I am willing to accept both epithets and bind them to ray political soul. 1 did not say 'there ia no such, quantity as moderation, whether it be in oating or drickiiiR' ; but I wishod to show that Protection must be A1 at Lloyd's, or it would be a thing sailing under false colors, a piratical barquo which must become a targut for the guna of the revonue frigate, I also remarked, in substance, that Bega people had over taken their looal butter market, so that Cu.toms' restriction waa now of no oailhly advantago to them. Then, I cautioned the Bega prod...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TABLES. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 February 1901

LATEST TABLES. LONDON. Sundav. Os the occasion of tho Queen's funeral the weather was beautiful. The ses shoros wero densely packed with peoplo to witness the great naval proceaaion. Tho pageant was a niartei picce of organisation, mai'Stic iu its anlendld movement and doniea.ior. The crowd, an tho processiot. paused through Lon don, was silent and aymimtho'ie. Tho procession reached Paddington station at 1 o'clock. Non cnminisaioned offi C9rs of tho Foo'. Guards and Household Cavalry boro tho cofBn from tliti gun carriago ond placed it in the railway carriage, which was draped with purple and white cloth. B. hind the coffin Wis borne tho Royal Standard ; then camo tho King, looking pale and care worn. Hi* M ijosty looked straight ahead, and the only salute ho gave was to a group of general officer, near St. James' Pnlaco. The Gorman Emperor, on a hand-omo white charger, rode on tho King's rrjibt, and the Puice of Connaught on hia lei t. Thoy woro followed by forty members ol tha | ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 February 1901

To the Dkaf. — A rich lady, oured o | hor DeafooBs and Noiaee in tho Head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drum9, I gayo £5,000 to hia InBtituto, so that deaf pooplo uoablo to prooure the Eur Drums may havo them free. Address, No. l-Jl D, Tho Nicholson Institute, Loogcott I Ouunorsbury, London, W.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 February 1901

THE ? CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN . . . . ? FOH ? ? . i ? ? DRAPERY, CLOTHING BOOTS. - ? ' ? A. J. DISHER &C0. RED FLAG CASH STORES, IBIDC3-.&. y I in nil iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiibiiiw IU | I ? ? |k MUSIC A & From 1853 fl RETURN. BY | p Till Now I I Paling's t Pianos & J Organs J I ' Have I (stood | j the % I w A I Test.' i Iosc. Hence their g| sfno Hupularity. I Oil GO TO {j E^L!NCj:5 FCR EVCRYTIilSG MUSICAL f | Violins Cornels $ Banjos Guitars s .Mandolins Flutes gj Autoharps Polyphons a Concertinas Accordeons w &c., &c. d CATALOGUES FREE. J LOWEST PRICES. 6 S: PALJN(i m0;' { k 338 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. I Ij ocal .Agcnt-K. X. Ilnrilnkcr. Whero further information tnuy be obtained

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"Moderate" Protection. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 February 1901

'Moderate' Froteotion. Wb haTo no desire to iofliot on our 1 readers a rehash of the pros and coos of the old threadworn fieeal question ; ! but^ the erase obatinaoy of Mr. Braioe, who eupinely aod fruitlessly I attempts to heap ridicule upon the 1 term 'Moderate Protection,' makes it imperative for as to take up the cudgels oo behalf of tho causo we espouse and demonstrate beyond i question the relevancy of the disputed term. Mr. Braine, with his well known contumacy, contends that Pro* i tection must be A1 at Lloyds, from I which we ioforthat, according to his ! reasoning, unless a protective policy I carries an extremely high tariff it is a ' misnomer — or, as be tersely puts it, 'a barque sailing under false colots.' The sophistry of Mr. Braioe'a con tention at once bnoomes apparent when it is reflected that the terms 'high tariff' and 'low tariff' are not unknown quantities ; and this being ao, it would be tho height of absurdity ! to aupposo for a single instant that they do n...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 February 1901

STDNEY MA'UKEiyitEroRT. JVfc-nr*. Clarke and Co- report on Feb. 1— Croaincry butter 90, factory 7d Jo 8jd. dairy Od to 7d. Choose nithor dull ; loaf -id to 4|d, large 3d to 4|d. Countrv-curcd bacon ljd to 5|d. Lar.l in bulk 3d.' Ejrij* ltd t« In. Honey in good demand nt lid to 2jil. Primo roai^o 3ct to 3.h 2d. I^ium— liaconew I0h to 63*, porkcra *J0a to 30a. Turkeys 4h to l'2i, geoe 3a t)d to 4^ G-1, duckn '2a Gd to 3.s 6d, fo\vls 'I* to 3* Cj! Hark £b 10h to £S 5s, flaurdiug^ to (ltniity j very ccaroo. Hill, Clarko & Co. ivjv)rt on Feb I: ? Market fairly well aupplii-l on Friday. Baconcm fluctuated in price. Imt -till rtuult* were tery good, especially for prime heavy. Porkers wero a nhudo lower. We quote Extra prime weighty bauk-faU .Vm to fifa, prime weighty 60.1 to hb, extra prime weighty baconew 47a to 5U. good to prime heavy 4 la to 45a, prime lighter 35s to 40n, light w20a to 35a, best heavy porKure 2Ca to 2Sh, priroo light 23a L* 25a, lijrht 1 9a to 22a, arnall I'ght...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 February 1901

TELEGRAPHICiNEWS SYDNEVjiffuwday. Tbnoers for halt- a million Tfcanury B'lls-at 3J per cent weror-opened yes terday. Seventy-seven tendnrs were received, ranging from jCIOI 5.1 to £07. A total of £617,900 were tendered for. Tbe whole of the coal trimmors at Newcastle struck work last nicht. A fire broko out luBt night on board the well-known steamor Elect™ at the Nurtb Coast Company's wharf, and throatened the destruction of the vessel, hut the prompt netion of the brigades extinguished the Qames before much damago was done. Mr. licit! addressed tin enormous gathoring in the Protestant Hall last night. Fully 5,000 peoplo were tin able to gain admission lo the hall. The speaker was accorded a tromendous ovation. He announced hia intention to contest East Sydney, and said that the proBpecU of tho free trade party in other colonies wero much brighter than anticipated. Ho practically asked tho people of Australia to make him Prime Minister, and if .Now South Wales gave him a fair majori...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 February 1901

I Read Mtmro, Bull and Co's now advf. I MonuYA Show noxt weok. Bboa. Show on March G and 7. | Chow.w land aale at Eden on 27tb inst. A MKim.vo of Mr. Chapman's supporters ; was held last night. | Several fine schmpper were caught at Tathra on Sunday. Txjb Vigilance Committee meet oo next Monday night. Tenders for supply of forage to the polioe oloso ou F iday.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 February 1901

To supply the world with ivory, I 80,000 elephants are required an nually. Mo-t of them come from South Africn. Artificial yawning should bo re sorted to in cases of wire throat, J buzzing of the ears, catarrh, and like trouble. Some of the mountains in tbe Orange River Colony rise lo an altitude of over lO.OOOft. Tn*0AT ArrKCTioN AND HoiKrmiwx— All fiufTeriuj? from irritation of tbe throat ami boaraeue** will bea^roenbly surprised at th.? Bimust immediate relief afforded by the .i..e of 'ltiown'a llronoliinl Troche*.-' 'A'no-.e famous ' Imengsa ' _ are now »ina oy a'moiit all renpectab'u uheuissts iu this counirv fct Is. ljd. ^er box. I'eopl. troubled with a ' hnuftlnf; eough,'' alight colli,*' or bronchial nffo^iion cannot try them too .10011 as similar trouble*, if al lowed to projrres. reanlt in dotioun Pal motility nnd Awthmntio alTeotiotis. Seethat the words 'Ulowu'a Bnrticliv.il Troche.' Art on the florerninent Slautpnronndeneh lwix; I'repated by .lorn I.llnflw.v i .Sons, Bos...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 February 1901

CLIPPING S Fivo men ut various times tried to murder the Queen. The Riv«r Nile is live thousand miles lung. The cholera is only fatal to per sons who aro great smokers. Bakod potatoes arc nioro nutrit ious than those cooked in any other way. The Queen's favorilo song was 'And ye shall walk in silk attire.' London's yearly milk supply is over 42,000,000 gallons. A man breathes about twenty tiuos a minute, or 1,200 times in nil hour. Over one thousand servants are employed in the Royal Household. The length of life of a tradesman is only two-thirds that of a farmer. Mr. Rider Haggard, the novel ist, is a barrister, but bas never practised. There arc 5,400 square miles of coalfiold:. in Great Britain. Lord Salisbury's family has eight representatives in the Biitisb Parlia ment. Three persons out of every four in London earn less than one poun J a week. It 's a noteworthy fact that in the Slate of Utah there is not one Iris!: Mormnn. Tho .lamp, chilly, cloudy north of Europe is healthie...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Marriage by Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 February 1901

Marriage by Robbery. liv (iuv BooTiiur. TIh-i .Imliili HpnUp, 'I liu v). itiwny* kiinwn voil to liu fl mt -| liiintMinn'i, Mr, Davunant,' hIw I'cgiiii. 'Now I am RoiiiK tu give ymi suuli n rtin at yon linvo tii-vcr lia'l wltPti fulltiwin^ tliu l).i|ll.-l -. U'lllll) alimjr. .S'« fityiiii; h'iu touched li«f lmr.se wiili liu'1 wlii|-, fttui llicy H'arlud oil' iicp'mv c unit ry ill the -1 ruoticui tlioy tin ! cihim;. Tim outward jntirnoy tun I luld'ii nixviirdn of up hour, tho return lu-itnl only Imlf thnt timo. Arrivini! tlio vil'ftgp, l)pvennnt loft hw Imrie ns 'jeforo with Fur id 'r Oil''', aod acconipiiiiied .luditli int'i licr I cnvfactiir'ti pnrk. Once moio tlii'.V htmid (n^iither in tho sninll i'op»e, nnd ouce more thoy I wnitud. Their pAiionro wns wall ni-li oxhiitHtud wlinn the Round of ? it Imrsi', upprrnchili^ them at a xtendy 'rut, ri'iicheo their earn. A fow moments later n innii eauio into viuw mi. I I'Hiitfivtl past, through thi) fntt.fnlling Hiiuw-llnkc, to wnnU this Hl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 February 1901

Sander & Sons* Eucalypti Ex tract is universally adopted by Doctors. .Nletlical Syndicates reject all others. Mark this: ?Kxhibitio a tost if »? to useftiltioss in general, makitg v»rnishos ctc., but mc^io inal virtuoa arc o*tabli*hod at tho sick-bed *' The unparatloled fame of Sarder & Sons' Eucalypti Extract must not ttuttor through imposition. Th reforo to o ireful when buying.

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 February 1901

CATUOLIC flamlajr, 8rJ— Canilelo. 0. Sumlar, loth— lli-Ka. 9. Camh'lu, I1.W Sniulay, 17th-*--k-uilK)ka, 11 Mundajr, tflth— Hpka, 9. Camlclo, U,H0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 February 1901

Doctors Differ. ' Yitadatio Cures J RUNNING SORES. Read What Mr. Fritehard Sajs Cured of a Running Sore on the Leg by YITADATIO, THKUREAT HKHHAL ULOODUEMKDY Truly Wonderful UesuUh» £(t Went Terra co, AdelnMe, S.A., 4:h December, IS9J\. Mr; 3. A.PALMKR. Dear ?»r,— Nine year* ago I hodnn attack of Typhoid Fever. Thi* left ine with a run* tiinff i»ro on my left )eg, which caused me great pain, to much tto that I could only arornjfo about three monlbn' wcrk in a year. The doctors I consulted could not do me any good, mi I had to suffer. About four ytnrs ago my MifteringR «rere farther agem* THled by an accident, through a stone fall ing oil thewimolrg, causing ine intense pHin. I Houv'ht relief ih variooa adrerti-*ed tnedi* cines, but without rveeivingaay benefit from them. Hearing about Webber's Yitadatio, I decided to give it a trial After trtkinjr four bottlea I are thankfnl to say tbat tho inflammation and running eoro hare dis appeared. I suffer no pMin, aod am able t do my **urk a...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 February 1901

PRBHBYTKKlAx' Hera, OTarj Sutnlny at 1 1 ami 7.0ft Uamlolo, tha First Sumlnynl « »clt mouth at A Wolnmta.Uio Month at 9 lCamttruka,tho 8nl Btuulajr U» tsirli month at a Hrotfo, Uin Fonrth Sunila.v of each MantU at 3 Choir Practlco at 8 i'.m. i-r--rv Frittnv. M.KlRKrATIlICK.B^,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 February 1901

Great Weakness and Anaemia An Interesting Case & ? _ And a Perfect Recovery. ?i # ? The --*?? of MRS. SARAH DILLON. (DY OU11 OWN llEl*ORTER.) A* our reporter was ono day pursuing his Usual mission, involving tho collection of Uonu of interest to tho reading flection of tho community, ho lupiwned tulwar oC tho tvrnurkublo recovery ftutn weakness and coutimiouu hcmhuho* of Mrs. Sarah Dillon, who wa« ttiuu residing ut 5 NortoU'Streot, Surry Hills. Ho accordingly culled u|-oii thnt Irtdv, who cheerfully offered to givo him nil tho information Jiu desired. wu My civfto must Imvo been si particularly interesting ono to tin* «l'-cioin who attended upon ino,' began Air*. Millon, 'for tho v.ery Bimplo reason that they wero of tho opinion that I win beyond iho hco|k) of medical treatment. 1 can nssuro yon it Is exceed* fngly dispiriting to U» told by your physician that your condition i« tho natural result of old ago creeping on, and anything ho projoubed for you could not possibly do...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 February 1901

WKMLKYAN. Flrnt Sunday iu each month, 11mm II, lav scrvle# Ileiiiboka, II. UorliiKlo (Mr S. Johif^no's) 2J0. llt'KA, (youn^ tHMjplo'a ««rvU'--) 7JX- St«coml Hundar« Ucka* U (CoininanionK and 7.30 II OMO. 8 Thiril Suntlny, lloKa, 1! an-l 'JIO. Wolumla, 8 I Foartli IMiuiIat* II 7.'.k\ CmuIoIo, 8 i Fifth -iunlay (when occurrliiK), Hfga, U auil 7.90 Wolamla, S WKBX EvKMIMO MtHttKOH A*T- ^Kiivicxa Chri«tian RntI«*.ivour SfnollnK, Wcilnositny, 7.13 C)-oir(-ractic0, Friday, 7, SO JOHN SOHAKKIE. ,

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SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 February 1901

SALVATION AUMY, \\VM\ I'vJrT J'nml.ir — Kiii'rt Prill, 7 a.w. HolirtoM I H a.m. Krtf nud F.hbv, .'I ji ui. SctUciuunt I S.45. .'alvatioii. *.80.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 February 1901

BEGA ANNUAL SHOW. Wednesday & Thursday, n.ntcii «ti» uumi till. ioo.is -1 ENTRIES, 'CLOSE h IN ALL SECTIONS On Saturday, 23rd February, -sr At S o'clock p-ifc JOHN UNUKRHIIili, Hecretarys JlKpf ? rmMotio Mm ^Aok.n'1 rou UiOA ; Mu. f. A. ORMISTON Chomist.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 February 1901

-lyf AHUIAOK NOriUKS 3n.t ineludintr IVL rf'W -»f jMipcr. H»rthn, imI. Doriths. '2a. fid. |ier inch. In Mpiivrinm, ?*»*. p»*r inch. Adr»»rti»cmL«nti of truvolliug eoinpamrt nsh in Hdvunce.

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