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LETTERS to the EDITOR. MODERATE PROTECTION. (To the editor of the Southern Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 February 1901

LETTERS to the EDITOR MOURRATIi! I'ROTRCl'ION. fT; the ciiihr uj the Southern Star.) Sih.— With rogard to your notes upon my Star leltor ol February fltb, I feel that if a Krnotrado advocato could bn slaughtered by big words, I ought to bo dead and burioil. It appears from your point of vi°w that '?Moderate Protection' is 'tho causo you ospnuio.' I' you livuil in ureat Untain you would pro bably call yoursoll a 'Fairtrmlur,' nomn. thing which is 'noither (iiti nnr fle.«h, nor good rod honing.' This was Drydon's phrnso. Tho lull) A. O. Taylor described all such wbil»y-brnwu politicians as 'bas- tard Protectionists anil hoitnnpbruditn FrootroJorn.' As for a tnrifl, if it it m,t ii low taritF it niuat be u hi);b tariff; if it is not good, it muat bn bad ; if it i« not pure whito, it must bo disoolorod. Mem bors ol tho presout nominco Vedoral ? Ministry bavo for long tried to bido tho groat issuo to bs fought eut st Ibo ap proaching Federal elocttonx. Mr. Oar ton, aided by that able but...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MONUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 February 1901

THE MONUMENT Towards the end of the present month the various HbIb opened in connection with Ibe Soldiers' Monumental Fund will be called in, iin.l ihen the execa eire appointed to carry the niutt°r to a hoad wil' doubtless take practical sti'|ia to carry out thn wishes of ike people and erect .some sort of n memorial that ' will stand aa a permanent monument (o the brarei-y and ralor of the liuga 'boys' who left their bones to bleach on the far-off South African veldt, lint to carrying out this intention, \: is only natural to suppose that there will t be a certain amount of contention j concerning the naturs of which it it to partake. The gBDPtral impression is that the monument should serve a dual purpose — that ix, to verve a« a inonn- 1 mont and at the same time be of some ' practical use to the town. Perhaps I this view ot the' matter will grtte on ' tlioto who are inclined to regard it from ' an overdrawn sentimental point of ! view ; but in these runtler-of-fact times j sent...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 February 1901

SYDNEY MARKET KKPORT. Tho Coaotal Famwra' Co-op. SooiVty re port on 9th inst.— Buttur— li«.l tm-tnr.v Sd, 2nd quality 8d to 8Jd, vnjtry Cd to 7d. Ilucon-lUiid-cured lijd to Td. machine cured 5jil. llanu— Hand-ciirfd Sjd to M, machine-curod 7^1 to Sd. Lard— Bulk :)J(1, bladder 4d to 4^d. Chav. :ijd to 5d. Horxiy Ud to 2Jd. Beeswax ls to U Id. E^nrs— Northern la. Southern U Id : firm. Poultry— Fowls 2a fid to it. cluiioo young roostora 3s Gd, .lacks 2* Gd to !i 9d, gcoto 4s to 5s, turkoya— cooka Rxto 10^, nrimo to l'ia, liona Tm to 7a. TUBLDBtSD *T DKO* OX WKDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Bu ju-t, ntxl foor nit: let all tho enda thou aim' at at be thy country's, thy God'a. and truth'a.' WKDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1901,

Publication Title: Southern Star
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A Man From Australia [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 February 1901

A Man From Australia AN excellent, story U tol.l by nn rx-Austruliin Governor, n-.w a high i-i.urt official, who dei:l ir«- ho heard it 'inite recently from the lip of the lute Queen herself. It r-f.:is tn the vi^it to Windsor of a rather illiterate, and homely Australian politician, who was 'cnmmande.r to dine nnd slo.-p at the Cnstle u hen on a tiip to Kngland .«eveial years ii»o. 1 don't want to say whether hi! is alive or dead now, because that might give his identity awny ; but I may add tlm I. int many of you would guess the name at once. Mr. X ? , as I shall ca'l him, was irrnoiunt nf court etiquette. He could pot, however, bring himself to ennfes-t so much, fur just before dinner, whilst the coiii|-any were waiting Her Mnje.-ty in the lung gallery, he sli.le.l up to the Lordin Wiiiting and entered into conver sation, nskiug lii in about this royalty and thai. 'Now, I suppose,' he said tenta tively, 'that when answering the Piinco of Wales directly, one says, 'Yes, your liny ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 February 1901

LATEST CABLES. LONDON. Monday. Cm,oNKr, Pilchorand Major .Crewo had a sovore nngagoment with 2000 Boors undor Ooneral Do Wot on January ;-1 at, and pomn dashing fonts wero seen. Tho British lost a Pom Pom, and ttioir ammunition gave out. Tnoy had to rotiro undor n honvy fir«. Do Wot rrossod tho railway lino on tho 9th instant, near tho Jaggornfon loin road, evading sevon British columns. Colonel De Lislo has occupied CaU vina, the Boors retiring northward. At Konhardt the N.S.W. mounted mou, onder Captain Bonnet, dis tinguished themsulvea. Tbo troopers croseod a lino of country hitherto con sidered impassablo. Several horses ruicflod their footing and rolled over a precipice 2000ft. deop. Ten of Cap tain Boonott's men asoendud a pre cipitous mountain 5000ft. high. Piot IV) Wet, in an appeal to his brother, said if they did not yield the Doern would be impoverished and dogrndod. lord Kitchoner roports that Ibe Hritiali movoiuent eastward through the Transvaal hn* thoroughly up»et tho...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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When the Pope Dies. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 February 1901

'When the Fope Dies WllKS the lu-t bitu of Hie I'-l'L1 seem- t.- I.e at. h.tml ho summons I., hi- lvdsi.li- the di«nitarlcs ? f lhe P.. in iliit. I fimi.ly. Thu Card imls n-sem'.li- nrn-ind lii- ' o.l. Up(l' the CVr.lim.l lVuiteii'iaiy devolves tin. dm v nf ministerim- t» !''?» '» his Insi in .men's almiu with hi r-infes'ir. The sneii-lan of hi.s i:lr.|.(sl 'ivos him cxtrenu1 Ulictlnli. A- .-..) ? i- i In; i'ouliir lias lireuilieil his la-', thu Stxrpinry of Statu -i.oils wi.rd nf l.l.i) event to the Cardinal Cntm-rlenyo. This 'flic a! was formi'.rly il.c most powerful pcrsiin, next to the I'»i|hj. i' the Ruti!- of tin- Church. 1 1'1 ?llll''n i-,iuied t'.u finiii.cis i-f thn Papal Slate-', nnd h.id jtn isilict inn over -t ? I secular cases' in the city of lli.iue. Hut now, as the administration luis |.nss.-d into t'n- hamU nf the Iliilimi OiiviTfiiin-iit, the offiV'1 of the (J .ttiL-rlongii, who was th. ..Ilit-iil Oii\iTii..r of ihe States ol' thf 'Jlnuch during a vntancy, is cnntin...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 February 1901

TELEGRAPIIICXEWS dYDNEV, Tuesday. Silt Wsi. MoMiu.an addressed tbo oloctora of Wontworth at the Padding ton Town Hall last night, and mot with an enthusiastic rocoption. IIo stntod that Iiraddou'a Dlot had »o complicated tho federal financos that ad vuloroin duties would benocossary. Martin won the A.N.A. Wheel Raco by throo longthn, Qroen tocood, nnd Donuchamp aod Luwboj a dead heat for third. A sensational affair hns tukon place at Cunningham Lnkos, Victorij. A young aboriginal nnmod Darrott got intoxicatod at tho loonl sports, and kopt tho occupants of RigloyS Hotel in a stato of terror all ui^ht. Kvent ually ho attneked Uigloy with a waddy. Tho latter, in self dofonco, shot tho nboriginal in tho log, and be died shortly afterwards from loss ol blood. Rigloy was arrostod, hut has boon reloasoii on bnil. Hoports continun to arrirn of tho terrible dovustatiof* oflects oi bush firoa in Victoria and Tasmania. Uver eight homesteads havo boon destroyed at Quoonstown.

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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 February 1901

CLIPPINGS Lord llopetounN private incline is -ni I I' bt- close nn £70.000 a year. The nen Queen of Kogl.in.l, wife nf Edward VII, is said to he st»nt! deaf. Sir Willinm Lvne Iris nrrancnj to visit Tasmania, and to spunk in reply to Mr. lt.-id. For the Kedeial electimis, Labor candidates will be free to vote ns they |.lvase on the Kical qtiestiun. At Wattle Flat rac-;s, up Mudgee way, la-.t week, a j.iekey named frank Smith rode no less than six winners in the one day. I nst ructions hav» been issued to all public officials throughout New South Wales to cancel the word 'colony' in all public documents in tavur of tho word 'btate. The only essontinl difference be tween the pnlicie* advneatud by I3artnn and Reid is that one .:-dls his policy protection and the other styles his freetrade. Either would have to raise at least £«,000,000 through Customs d-.ties. Tho popularity of Tatter^aU's consultations seems to be world wide. The fir^t piizo in tho Hobart Cup last week was drawn hy n V...

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How the Bottle was Smashed. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 February 1901

How the Bottle was Smashed. A ntt) place to curry a lml 1 1- nn.J almost siiru ti. i-nil in disaster. Ami so it urovu.1 in Mil- cano of Mrs. Jones1 little itirl. Yiiii sw. her iiioIImt hml .-..ut the child to the shop nf Mr. Ayr.'S, (he chemist, for nl.nl tin i.f t...-ilirino, .....I 'hull hi-hnil irivon il t . hoi she put it insiilu of hur t'titt-.f unihroiln to rt rry hi him?. (In li.tr u-nv linnlf it *lu«Lrlli I, I rai'. 'nil till] chihl th..niriitle«slv r.ii-.'il Iho nmhtclla ? Half Ih,- commits of thu hotllu wnro saToil, nml tin- nii.tlii-r was oMiyiHl inmako thu bet of it. Writiiitf un.lor ilalo of Nor. 27th, 1S!)!-, tl.i-h.ilj s,i}s:-'.\hout lour years ago oomo jiiri-itiiiin i imuuiiiu I'uu ** ii-« » ??--?' * ?.»?? nlv ih-s. rih.- us a nasty, low, woak feolitiK I wn- so wi-ak thiit wlion 1 wsntod to nn.T.i roil, one ph.cp to another in thu room 1 hnil to o. hauil over haml aiouml thu tables nml 'Tliis was so n|!irravnlin|r, nml I ronlly mm-, hi fcclJp. 'hat I Mt like throwinj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 February 1901

To TUB Dkaf. — A. ricb lady, cured o hnr Dealnoao aod Noiaon io tho [Ii'bd by Ur. Nicholson's Artlliciul Kar I)rum«. ^?TB £5.000 to his Institute, ho that deal people unable to procurn the E!*r Drums 'rouy ba«« thum fioo. Address, No. 1-H ?Ii, Ihu Nicholson Inslituto, Ijongouit ODUDonbnry, Loudon, \V.

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THE Tichborne Claimant. REAL LIFE ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 February 1901

t.^V...... --???'?'' ???' aMinn»HTaTaaH Ticliborne Claimant. HEAL LIFK ROMANCE. From -i« finglhh 1'itper. THE ilonth 'f I'Onl Rnssull of lv ill— owen, L'iril C'liiof Justice, riMnnvud perhii|M tl»! hist iin|inrt.atit figure in oiR- of tliu most fiiMi.s:iti'iml 10 niancc.1 of iiimlern tim-!S — the fitnimiM Ticlili ''in case. In tho yi-tir lWl, tliu ndviMtlsc ments pi-r.-everinuly pnlili.sliud by llio Uownger lA-ly Tieliliurne fuf nny in-wR ot Her son, &ir nogcr Tichnorne — who had left homo early in the fifties, going none of his friends knew whillici, though he was believed to have met his denth by drowning at sea, through the loss of the .-wiling ship Belli, on which he hud taken passage— were untwercd in a sttirtlin { and little oxpected nmnncr. News nrrivo.l from Aujtridiit tlmt the missini; bitronct wivs alivo and intended ro luriiimr houio to claim his l.iith right, and comfort tho declining yeurH of the uiuthor ho had so long deserted. The fond old lady met ho reputed ...

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

A GREAT f ' Cerebral Strain. 'A goocTfriend.' Th. en., of Mr. WILLIAM JOHN SOOTT. 1 (MA NYll.-iliY HKIIHITin.) Mr William J. Scott, . f No. l«l Corn «.i!li. -Inct. Kudfcrn, intiii»Uxi to » «? |h,iiur, wh«»nw him at tho -Uie uddreM, I lli.ii foryu.imliu luj Weil s m.rt.rUi Hi- j ili|j'»tiim km, I bilioiiincen, ami 1 1''' '' l'ul Wn a iir.wpecU.i- of ohciniaU' aho|-». »t »'»? I li.luuil.lc lug, to liimitcl', in tlio futile x-nroh uf «n vlTcuiiru rumaly fur hii cniimlniiiu ' Km 1 \r.u yivBii to niulumtAiiU that you nro batter mm T ' ' That U qu.to tmo. llul I »''U1 »» W Hint it wim nut lx:furo I had o.|K.riiiiciilc«l a g.iwl ,1ml tlint I came- acniu tin' right tlili'K, mill if 1 hivl known iw nimh in tln-u- d»y«M 1 iln now I cuultl h»vo saved Imlh my pnln nml my liurna My work in comlucUsl in m nlinnnphereof duitaiidmm.ko nml in tiino it cniiiinoiicvd to tell on my digistivuorgiui'. ? When tho indigestion Tint bmiio on it did '? not prevent mo anting fairly well, hut tlio fi«»l would n...

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

THE . . . . .-.:'.? . CHEAPEST PLAGE IN TOWN ..... ? FOR ? DRAPERY, CLOTHING & BOOTS. A. J. DISHER & CO. RED FLAC GASH STORES, B33Q-.A. FMN05 T are far above the many * 7 common place instruments k T on the market, and MUCH h 1 CHEAPER. £ 1 Catalogues FREE. 7 C Sole Agents for 2 ¥ . STEINWAY 2 T nh BRINSMEAD 2 T 61) FEURICH 1 a ^' LIPP & SOHN i A GORS & KAL.LMANN j} £ UEBEL - ECKE ^T.v «J £ VICTOR * /[V 3 t BELLING & *\ V £ ESTEY ORGANS. 9 £ EVERY KNOWN 6 A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 3 2 STOCKED . ? r~aB-_. $ A Strings and rittlnss. J jw.H.PALINC&CO.J « LIHITED, 2 7 338 GEORGE STREET, 2 I SYDNEY, , 9 Liociil Agent— ?£? -. Iliirilalifi*. Where further informntiou may boobtaincd

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

HEARD ROUND TOWN! Tlmt a cortnin younj? Bomboka amoroso is playing up with anothnr follow by danoiog with bis beat girl. That all the nice girls out Bemboka way wont to represent the South EH5 Star it the next plain and fancy drtias bnll ; and That it win prooa'jiy do inn cnuao of much troubln if tho noxt bappeoB to ho a 'plain and fancy.' That there threatens to bo an oyster fauiino in Boga. That ninco tho King adopted tho title of Edward VII., a woll known local churnctor will only answer to tho namo of Edward. That Tbessalian should luivo do difDculty in annexing one of tho big events at tho Cnomit races. That somo criaietors play too much for thoir averages instoad of for the sport. That tha British troops would havo caught Do Wet long ago if thoy bar! only been armod with tubs aud buckets. That tho washing of dirty lioon always comes around with an oloction ; but That untoio we aro blossod with a copious downpour tl-oro won't bo any wator left to do tho said washing-. That it v...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 February 1901

General News Rabbits continue to iorrrnsc aliou Bombala. PoTerty may pincb, but Ihrre ia nothing so comforlatilo ae o port old pair of eliooi. No one Iihs yot heun chosen to opposa Mr. Barton for the Hunter. No ono game ! years of aqn, committed xuicide by hanging liinwlf Rt. Combenormr, noar Craigin. Some weeks ago be made an nltompt to poixnu himself. The Imperial Government has ouliled to tho Viotoiiini Premier to know if permission can bo oliUined to enroll 1000 men in tho ConirnonwRiilth for aorvico in tho South African sumtaliul ary. Mr. E. D. Millen, freetrader, uho entered the list for l'-e Werriwee rli-c torato, which includes Goulbuni, against Mr. T. Rose, piotecliouiat, liua withdrawn from ilia contest. :Mr. John Norton eays that he would Boonor trust the interests of New South Wales in tbo bands of Mr. Reid than Mr. Barton. This settles tbe matter ! In tho earlior part of tbo war, a boo of Erin, serving with the British, got soared when be Bret saw tbe enemy, and made of...

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

CHURCH 8KRVICKS. MONTH OF FEURUABY (UIUKO1I OF ENOLASU BT.Jonn'BcllCBCU lixai. ETOry Snnilay. momuw «t II. tai «vonuiB nt 7.80 8ttml«y. Hlh-NumhUB&i, 1 Sunday, WUi— T«ui», 3 Sundiy, Bl.t-Urogo, B Tharsdty, 8 p.ni., Olioli practlc* MABCU SonilaT, 10th— Kroffo; S SuuJay, 17th-Tat jn, 8 Sunday, IHUi— Nutubuuga, 3 KaatorDay-TanJa, 8 VIIUk.) SclUoulotil, March IUi, nt S Auglcdale, March 5Ui. at 8 P. BEVAN, B.A. Thuraday, nlb-Wolumla, Mr llnulon-is II Sunday. 17th — Wolmula, bl Uuku's, 11, II.C. Caudolo. 7.30 Tbunulay. 'Jlut— Niagiira, 11 24th— llotnboka, 11, II.C. UoKllU, ISO- TanU wauglo, 7.30 J, A, NKWTU, JI.A, Hector

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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 February 1901

LATEST 'CABLES. LONION. ThorBd«y. Puk speech irom tho Throne waa made tho occasion, o{ a great pageant. Crowua woe worn by the King nnd Queen, and thcio wan a great military display. Tho speech, regrottsd tlw prolongfttion c-f tho Tranaraal «»r, which, delayed the es.ablishmi'iil of law and oniur and the iattitution of cauul ruib'x. Alkwian was mada to the viuit of tho Dako and DucheHB of York U- the colonies, and thn King taid it was Queen Victoria's: wi»h ilmt tba visit tdionld not be aUuiJoned. Special reference was maile to- the devotion aad pntrintixm of Canada and AuRtrnUii in th« Trauaraal war. The runs; anked the Commons to renew the civil list vote. The) speeoh ' fnro nhailiiwed a Bill to provide for cbingoH in the coriHlitoKon o£ tlm final Cuart of App-al, owing to the oxpansion of ? Uil I'jllfUK!. . ? . ? ? A frtmh outhreak of pl-.»un Ihs occurred at Ii'milmr. UOO-M-olIn tuck pbice in one wsiik, A liner coinimindn cro-fO-l (he Oranxe Riven iii the PliilHpsiii\vn dis trict...

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 February 1901

CATIlyWC Sunday, 17Ui-notnbokn, 11 - Suouay, 34tb-Boi-a, tt. Caudctn, 11.30

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 February 1901

Yelegraphic~n~ews. SYDNKY, Kiiday. Mr Barton returned to Melbourne 1 and dulivoivd an addrens Ihcro l'Ht night, being reonived with great en thusiusm. Ho stated that tho defon:e polioy unnounced by Mr. Reid at Cowr* wasenunoiated *-y him (Mr Bar ton) twenty-four hours previously. Sir William Lvne. nneakini? at Tumborumhn lait nii;lu, Baid he was not going to bo frightotied. ;OUt of the Stato Premiership. « '? Tito dates fo» thf,' Federal electioaB will bo Bxed next w»ct. Electors' . 1 . , ? i_ ? . _. ? .. ? 1 i.._ in riguis. nuvo uweu propn.eu ius ^1 eltctorates. Sir Wm. Lyno says ho will not draw a penny of his Federal salary till ho rusigns tho State Premiership.

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 February 1901

PKE3BVTEHUN. Btga, ovory Sunday at 11 anil 7JW Candolo, tbo First Sunday o( oacli uiODlh at 3 Wolnmla, the Sooond Huodar o- «««li Month at 3 Kamoruan.thu Snl Son-lay In dach month at a lirouo, tbo Fourth Sunday ol each Month at 3 Choir Pmotioa at 8pjn. e-ery Friday. M. K1UKPATIIICX. BJl,

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