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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. Dkxhax Bbo6. report on Juno 22:— But- ter. Creamory (froah Iota) Is, second Ud to Ujd. dairy Od to 10d ; oboe**, medium 5Jd to 6d, loaf 6d; bacon 5d to 6d : potatoes.').™ to GO* ; onions 4a to 4b 3d : oats, feed 3d to 2 a 5d, seed 2s 4d to 2a 6d ; maizo 2a 7d to ?2a 8d; bran 9d to 9Jd ; pollard 9d to 9jd; chaff 67s 6d to 75a ; eggs, market easier at U 2d to Is 3d; poultry in good demand. The Berrima District Co. reports on Juno 22 Butter weaVet, as heavy shipments aro arriving from Now Zealand and Melbourno, prime local in good demand, creamery Is, factory 11 Id, separator lOd to lid, dairy Bid to 9ja ; bacon 5jd to Gd: hams 7d to 9d ; lard 4 jd (o od ; cnee*e ojd to (Hd ; eggs [ la Cd to Is tid ; fowls 2a Cd to 3a Cd ; pota toes 50s to COs. Maii est Bbob. report '—Fat rigs : Ono of the heaviest supplies on record camo for ward during tlio post week, fully 2,720 pig* have been disposed of t»ince our last report of tho 14th inst. All descriptions wero woll r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
^?i !? ? mi i i Special A-l-or|ixc|u-Mi(N. j F.. A. ORMISTON, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, CAEP-3TEBET, 33 KG A, t«r NiiiltiiV oi'rosrri: i'«st ori'in:,) BEOS to aunounco that bo hurt onvr-iK1'^ 'H MANAGI'.It of lii.i C ! H'M ISTIO liUShVKSS, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), (Lato Manixor of Loadiujj Kstabli»tiuieiitj in Sydlioy aud Ooulburn.) HAVING ADDED EXTENSIVELY TO HIS STOCK, ho is in a tuition to SUPPLY THE WAN'TS OK CUSTOMEItS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy .from Pure Drugs ' and Chemicals. . Country Order* promptly nttcndeil to. C3* SPECIAL CAllE GIVEN TO ORDERS BY POST. J^ENTISTHY MR. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP-STRKKT, BEGA, Opposite School or Arts, tr CROWN AND BRIDGE WOuK A SPECIALITY. ILLAWARRA STEAM NAVI GATION COMPANY. A STE A M E R WILL LKJL7K SYDNEY avary MONDAY and WED NE3DAY, at noon EDEN every WEDNESDAY at S a.m., and SATURDAY, 0 a.m. MERIMBULi, ovory WEDNKSDAY. at 9.30 a.m., and SATURDAY at 7.30 a.m. TATHRA,...
CHINESE CRISIS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
CHINESK CRISIS. LONDON, Monday. Tbo Dowager Emprnss has directed the extermination of all foreign resi dents in Cbiua. The American warships Moonadnock and Brooklyn have been ordered from the Philippines to Taku, also 4,500 troops and a battery of artillery. Six teen American ships, niih 5000 troops, arn expected at tbe Gulf of Pecliili within a fortnight. The British warships Victorious and Goliath and the cruiser Arganout havo been ordered to China. Germany and Russia aro dispatching additional cruisers. Japun is preparing her second army division. It is reported that the whole of (ho foroian settlements at Teintsin have been destroyed. Tbe Europeans Hro fighting hard, and all attempts lo rc I lieve the city have been repulsed* Chinese runners report that the wholo i white force was destroyed 40 miles ! west of Teintsin, after several days fighting. It it beliovcd that this refers to Vico-Admiral Seymoor's expedi tion. It is reported that all the legations at Pekin are safe. The f...
THE WAR. THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
'the war. THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON. Monday. General Bullrr bus seiz^t IS locomo tives and 200 truckx at Sta»d-Tton. The Boi-r nfljcmln burned 20,000 bleop ers before leaviug. General Hamilton b«s pursued tire Boers sovun miles from Het-lelbut-g. ins enemy ir htui acim» in me Orange Rivei Colony, burning culverts and doing other damigo to the rail way line. Commandant De Viltiers'force 2200, including 216 of the leading r°bp|?, with :beir horses, waggons and rifles, have Rurrendernd to General Warren at Blikfontein. De Villers escaped. The captured Irish Yeomanry, witb 180 Highlanders, have been* sent to itlucharadorp.
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
COURSING. Beoa dogs did exceptionally woll at NS.W. National Conrsing Assooia tion mooting held at Rooty Hill on Friday and Saturday last. Pivo local dogs compotod in the Grand Challongo Stakes, of 120 dogs at .1 guinoas oanh, the winner rocoivinjr runnur-up £fi0, two dogs £2.0 oanh, 4 dngs .612 10s oanh, 8 doge £6 oaoh, md 15 dogs nt .£3 each. Mr. David D'Arcy's Magpio ond Dowy Morn won their ooursea in the first round, whilst tho same owner's Wolf woot under to Ca sandra. Mr. J. Murray's two dogs— Leo Motford and La Vft lotto— also won thoir first coursos. In tho first ties, Magpio dofeatod Do ftpised. and Dewy Morn boat Travel ler, wlii'at Leo Motford dofoated Cassandra, and La Valotto boat Van dyko. In tho focond tio?. Loo Motford boat Great Scott, and Magpio boat Fanny W, whilst La Valotto was put* out, and Dewy Morn scratohod through boing injurod. In ths third tios, Loo Motford bent Oorintho, aod Magpio boat Vinolia. Tho final wont to Mr. Bladnn's Braddon Blot, which defeated...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. PLAGUE CASES. TATTERSALL'S SWEEPS. THE PROTECTIONIST PARTY. BATHURST ELECTION. PLAGUE IN NEW ZEALAND. FLOOD IN THE MURRAY. THE UNEMPLOYED. THE TICK PEST. THE DARLING NAVIGABLE. FETING THE INVALIDS. DONALD WALLACE'S WILL. ALARM IN MELBOURNE. RACING MATTERS. DISABLED SHIP. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. PLAGUE OASES. TATTERSAMVS SWEEPS. THE PROTECTIONIST PARTY. BATHURST ELECTION. PLAGUE IN NEW ZEALAND. FLOOD IN THE MURRAY. THE UNEMPLOYED. THE TICK PEST. TIIE DVRL1NG NAVIGABLE. FETING THE INVALIDS. DONALD WALLACE'S WILL. ALARM IN.MELBOURNE. RACING MATTERS. DISABLED SHIP. SYDNEY. Tnaadav. Tvo canes of plague were reported yoaterday, the victims being William Lyon, aged 20. residing at Woollahra, and Walter Heckworthy, residing at Pyrmont. Tbe first three prizes in Tnttersalls' sweep on the Canterbury Handicap neDt to Sydney, Tasmania, and Adamstonn respectively. At the noxt meeting of the Parlia mentary Protectionist Party, Mr. Meagher intends to move a resolution calling on the Premier to provide the revenue necessary to meet tbe plague and other expenditure by Customs Duties, or olxe another Premier would hove to ha found wh'- would do so. The final returns for the Bathurst election give Young 770, Thompson 571 and Warden 14. A great scare was caused in New Zealan...
ALLEGED SLANDER. PHILLIPS v. HEWITT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
ALLEGED SLANDER PHILLIPS v. HEWITT. A case of con-ider ible inlorest lo people in ibis district cntnn on for hearing before Mr. Justico Owen in No. 2 Jury Court, Sydney, on Friday 22nd inst. The case was one of alleged slander, tho plaintiff be'ng Phi Ip fllllllps, a weil-K-loivr. rcaii'oui. ui Bega, and the dcfundiin', Samuel Adol phus Hewitt, formerly hotel-keeper at Caiidelo. The plaintifT in his plea set forth that tbe defendant falsely and malic inunly spoko nnd ptibliidicd of tho plaintiff the following words : — 'I neo you'vo cot Phillips' name down for tho cale of his mine. How uiucli aro you going '0 givo him if tho two acres be jumped 1 If Phillips has anything to do with the consolidation or his name appears in any wny connected with it I shall have nothing whateve' to do with it, and I will advise the other shareholders lo have nothing to ^ do with it. IIu is nothing but a loafer, ond travels round tho country swind ling poople. I have known him for many years, and I nov...
WOLUMLA. FAREWELL SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
WOLUMLA. FAI1ICWELL SOCIAL AND PRE SENTATION. If proof wore needed of the esteem anil favor in which Professor Malioney is held by the rcxi'lents in the southern end of the district, a | cn|i into the hull o! tho AVoliimla School of Aits on Friday evening l«st would liavo been All convincing. Wo Australians aro a peculiar cel. If a person who has spentsome time amongst u.-,nnd won our hearts, decides to 'lr.-k' to pastures new, we forthwith mike up our minds that he or she shall not depart hcnce without being feted to tbe eyes, and while regret is oxprossed on all sides at tho departure of a friend, we raoet together snd enjov ourselves to the lumost. It wns so at Wolumla on this occasion. Evorjboily wan 'so sorry the Professor is going i.way, and we will miss h:ni,' but all tho liine smiling faces and invriy voices flitted to and fro. M«x O'Rell, we think, it was, who wroto of Aus'rHliann as a people upon whom sorrows sat liehily. But lo return to the gathering under notice, wlr«t ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
A. H. Baumbercj, from Sydney, visits ? - fti.e Boga District regularly every tbreo I months with a grend selection of newest I jewelry. ? CAPSTAN Cioabettks.— Thoso imported oigarettos are now obtainablo from all To- | bttcoonista at 4d per packet of 10. For some time paBt everyone ioter eflted io the staple product — butter — of tbo Bega district baa beeo staggered by tbe diaparity 'io the prices existiog in the London market between Aus tralian and 'Danish-made butter. In tbe great competition which prerails our own artiole suffers considerably, aod various reasons have been as signed as beingMreaponsible for this undesirable elate of affairs. And, judging by fhd'Abtiso aod denuncia tion heaped upon the private separator, one would naturally be inclined to think that it was responsible for all , the discrepancies that exist in the manufaotu*^ of our butter ; and that, instead of beiog the* Qod-send it un , douhtedly is, it is, if we were to believe all that is written in condemnat...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
WR8LKYAK. 8unday, Jet— Bega, 11 and 73). Brogo, 8. Hev J. Sch&rklo. Bnnday, 8Ui— Bega, 11 and 7 JO. Brogo, 8. Rov. J. E. Rodd. Bemboka 11, Candolo 9, Wolumla 7. Hev. J. Scliarklo Sunday, 16th— Bega, 11 and 7.510, U'otnmlri, 8 Sunday, 22nd— Boga, 11 and 7.30. Cmidclo.S Sunday, 29th— Bega, 11 and 7.M. Wallagoot, 8 Hev. J. Bch&rklo. WXKX EVKXINO UtBTINOa AND StRVICKH 9th— Monday, 7JJ0, Public Meeting, Suatcntation Society, Oeputatron. Hov. J. K. Hudd 11th—' Wednesday, 7J0, Quarterly Meiting In Church Prayer Mooting Wednesday, 7 .30 Choir practice, Friday, 7.30 JOHN SCliARKIE.
A SPOTLESS COMPLEXION [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
A SPOTLESS COMPLEXION StJXPHOLiXE Lotiok olears off all impor fecttons in a few days. Pimple, Blemishes, Irritating Objectionable Appearances, Rod seas, R^ughneAS, Tan, Uncomfortable Skir Disfigurements, entirely fade away, leaving a beautiful akin Shilling Bottles of Sol choline. BLOOD PURIFYING. SuLrnun, Nature's Blood Purifikb.— Pktpfu's Sulpi^u Ski* Vsabi3 are quite l small, perfecuy tadtelewe, Purify the Blood, | cloanse from all Humours, oure Skin Di I weanes, improve tho Health. Pepper'* Sul I pliur Pca.U in Shilling Bottles everywhere'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
Wa8TB paper for sale at Star Office. Tbe billiard obampioo, Roberts, is to play Weiss, at Sydooy, on July 25, Rob erts concoding 4000. Valuable Discovert for tiie Hair.— If jour hair is turning grov or whtto or falling off uso tho ?? M EXICAN II AI U R EN E WE R, or it will positively restore in even/ cat* drey or White hair to its original oolour, without having tho disagreoablo smell of most 11 Re storers.' It makes the charmingly hair beautiful, as well ns promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, whoro tho glands aro net decayed. Ask yoar chemist for 'tub Mexican Haib Bkkbweb,' sold by Chemists andPerfumersovorywheroat3s. 0d. poi bottlo and wholesale depot 33, Farriugdon Road London, England.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
TO DARKEN GREY HAIR. Locxtzb's Sulphur Haib Rxstohsb is the quickest, best, safest, and choapest. Look fer's keep* off ravages of time, oauses Hai to iriow. Cheap Largo Bottles. Throat Affkction and HoiE.-KNiw.s— All suffering from irritation of the throat aud hoarseness will bo agreeably surprised at the aimost immediate relief afforded by the u.-e of 'Brown's Bronchial Trochcs.' UWse famous 'lozenges' arc now sold oy a'most all respectab o chemists in this country at Is, Ud. },or box. People troubled with a 'hacking cough,'*1 slight cold,' or bronchial affootion cannot try thom too soon as similar troubles, if al lowed to progress result in serious Ful« monary and Asthmatio affections. Seothat the words 'Brown's Bronchial Troohcs' are on the Government Stamp around each box, Prepaied by Jock I. Brown ac Sons, Boston, U.S. European depot, 83 F«wini?don lload London, Rnjrland. Adtick to Motuera 1— »Aro you broken in your rest by a aick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth?...
Bega Post Office Time Table. (Corrected to January 14, 1900.) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
Hegn Poat Oflice Time Tablr. | (Gorrdetrd to Ja-uiry 14, 11100.) MAZZ.S ABRITK PHOM Stdmet, overland, via Ooomn and Bern boka, daily, (Sunday oxoeptod) 11.30 p.m. 8tdnst, per steamer, Tuesday and Thnr - day, timo unoertain. Briidwood, Araluen, Moray a, Bodalla, Cobargo, Qnaat^a. Brogo, daily Sunday J oxcoptod), at 7 p.m. Goulbtjbn, Cooma, Nimitybelle, Monaro district, Bemboka aud Numbngga daily, (Sunday oxoepted) 11.30 p.m T&tori and Brickyards Receiving Office Tnnortov ami Thnttdav. timo uurervain. Uiladnlla (via Tathru) Thttrsdny, per- j steamer, time uncertain. Candelo, Mogilla, Kamernka, Kanoona i daily, at 8.30. p.m. I Towamba, Timbillica, Rocky Hall, Cath- | cart, Wyndham, (vi.i Pambula), Tuesday, | Thursday and Saturday at 3 p m. Edex, Patnbula, Wolumla, and Merim bula, daily Sunday excepted at 8 p m. Merimbula, via Jollat JelUt, Friday at 7 p.m. Wyrdham via Caudclo, Sunday and Wed nesday at 8.30 p.m. Takja i Nelson's), and Wapengne, Wed nesday and Saturdny, at 6 p.m....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
LIVER COMPLAINT3 Db. Kiho'h Dandcuoh and Quzkcts Livbb Pills, witnout mor«'.ury, aro a potent re medy * remoyo all Lire? anf* Stomach Com plaints, Biliousnoss, Headache, Sickness, Snoulder Pains, Heartburn, Indigestion, Constinatiu/i. Dr. King's Pillh are old fa$*hioc -d. w«'iiout the dsogerous white coatintt on manr new Pillr jyj OR T GAGE LOANS Mr. 0. W. Macleod Has boon requested by LEADING SYDNEY CAPITALISTS to consider APPLICA TIONS FOR LOANS to any amount on mortgage of REAL ESTATE at a Minimuu Rate of Interest on adequate security OFFICE — ADJOINING HUME'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL. BEGA. O R SALE QUANTITY of Surplus Furnituro. Small Stovo. TWO ALLOTMENTS, Mauby's Subdi vision, Edon, fronting Flinders-st., adjoin ing reserve for publio buildings. Title, Torrens. LARGE ALLOTMENT, fronting Cobargo Road, Quaama, 2a. 2r 24p. TWO ALLOTMENTS at Borraagui, noxt to Police Station. Apply W. H. BRAINE, Bega. 'imtio COMPOUND/' Trade Mu)k of Kay'tGompoundEiieacvof Llnuod, Anisekd, Sbneqa, Squill,...
An Undiscovered Crime. WHO COMMITTED IT. THE CATHCART MYSTERY. (Continued from issue of June 16.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 27 June 1900
An Undiscovered Crimo, WHO COMMITTED IT. THE CATHCART MYSTERY. (By Old Chum in the 'Gundagai Independent.' (Continued from issue of June 10.) I concluded my previous article showing where Murphy, Jackson, and Black Ned were arrested on suspicion of having committed the murder. Now I purpose showing the evidence the police worked on, &nbsp; and which guided guided them in effecting &nbsp; the arrests. They ascertained that Murphy was jealously-disposed : towardu his wife, and that when he saw her talking to a highly respected resident of the district some &nbsp; time previously, he severely lect ured her, and threatenered to "do" for &nbsp; the man she was conversing with. &nbsp; The murderer had evidently gained an entrance to the room where the woman was sleeping, through an old-fashioned window, fastened &nbsp; with a latch on the inside. Traces &nbsp; of black soil were found on the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 June 1900
TO DARKEN GREY HAIR. Logetbb's Sulphur Haie Restoheb is the qaickcbt, best, safest, and cheapest. Look er's keeps off ravages of timo, causes Hai» to grow. Cheap Larg-o Bottles. Throat Affection and Hoarseness — All snffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agroeably surprised at thu almost immediate reliof afforded by the u«e of 'Brown's Bronohial Troohea.' IWjo fsmons 'lozenges' are now -s-?ia oy a'moet all rcspectab'e chemists in this country at Is, 1 4d. j^or box. People troubled with a 'hacking cough,' ' slight cold,' or bronchial affaotion cannot try thom too soon as similar troubles, if al lowed to progress result in serious) Pul» monary and Asthmatic affections Seothat tho words 'Brown's Bronchial Troches' are on the Government Stamp around oach box, Prepaied by Jorn I.Bnow.v& Sons, Boston, U.b. E^rojwan depot, 33 F«»Tingdon Road London, Kngland. Advice ro JforiifiBR 1— *4re you broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of outti...
OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 June 1900
OFFICE HOORS. Post OQiceopen from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m, Ou Sunday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Daily delivery Sunday excepted, by fetter cartior v/ithin the municipal area; carrio* leaves office at 8 a,m. Telegraph offioeopon from 9 a. m to 8 p.m. Snnday excepted. Money Order and Sivin&c Bank Offices opdn from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (Sunday cepted), and tn Saturday the Savings Bank is open from 7 to 8 p m for the ro* ceipt of deposits only. Private box«as, fee, ono guinea per annum, payable in advance, may bo obtained on ap plication at offico, enabling boxholdors to get tlioir mail any day, and at any, honr. letter pillar, Newtown cleared at 6 p.m JAS W. MoCOTCHEON, Postmaster.
Bega Post Office Time Table. (Corrected to January 14. 1900) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 June 1900
Kegn Post OlTlce Time Table. [Corrected to Jauuiry 14, 1900.) MAILS ARUITK FH024 Sidnkt, overland, via Cooma a nil Bom boVa, daily, (Sunday oxcepted) 11. HO p.m. SttofXY, per atoamor, Tuesday aud Thurs day, time uncertain. Braidwo^d, Araluen, Moruya, Bodalla, Gobargo, Quantua, Brogo, daily Suuduy excepted-, at 7 p.m. (jodlbvkn, Cooma, Nimitybello, Monaro distriot, Bemboka and Numbngga daily, (Sunday excepted) 11.30 p.m Tatoba and Brickyards Receiving Offico Tnesday and Thursday, timo uncertain. Ulladulta (via Tathru) Thursd*/, per stea'ncr, time uncertaiu. Candelo, MogilU, Kamernka, EUnoona daily, at 8.30. p.m. Towamha, Timbillicn, Rocky Hall, Cath cart, Wyndhaiu, (via Pambula), Tuesduy, Thursday and Saturday at 8 p tn. Eokk, PawbwJa, Wolmula, and Meriro bula, daily Sunday excepted at 8 p m. Ucrimbula, via Jellnt Jell.ti, Friday at 7 p.m. Wykimiam via Candelo, Sunday and Wed uesda- at 8.30 p.m. Tanja tiNeloon's), and WnpengUf, Wed nesday nnd Saturday, at ti ]-.ui. Hosibala, Cathcart...