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LETTERS to the EDITOR. THE CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 June 1900

LETTERS to the EDITOR. THE CAPITAL. Silt, — The paragraph quoted bolow is an extract from tho annual report of tbo N.8.W. Chamber of Mauufaoturors. Tho fooling is certainly not vary fodoral, but it uay bo taken as a /air sample of tbo grasping selfishness of a ceitain class who would carry out tbo nolicv of centralisa tion quito regardless of tho intorosts of all who do not happon to bo sitizoos of Sydney. Syduoy first ; tho rest ol Aus tralia nowboro! Tho Sydnoy mar.ufao turors appoar to bo afraid that if Hombala is cboBon as thn sito for tho Federal Capital, tbo othor colomes will obtain somo of its trade by reason of its huviug iu tbe vicinity tho fino port of E.Ion. [EXTltACT.] ' With Federation now praotically ao 'oomplUhod, wo should boo that tbo ad ' vantagos olaimod for Now South Walos, ' and admitted by tbo other Statoi aro ' seourod at the earliost opportunity. 'Provision is mado that tho Capital 'should bo distant not loss than 100 ' milos from Sydnoy, and that tho roquir...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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[FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 June 1900

TFbou ow i Correspondent.] A i'.HLio me ti- Ki coovsned for tho pnr po-o of osl it ' « ling a looal branch in connection t m . the Mooaro Fodoral Capital Las£i . was held in ths looal Schci-1 of Artr o Saturday, 2nd. inst., and -*aa wellatttoded. Mr. J. Cocbrano J.F. occupied the obair, and after briofly explaiaiog tbo objocts of tho mcetiop, ro fcirtd to the £rett benefits tbit must ao oruo to tbe four rs of this district if tho Bfd(jri;l Capili. iu Southern Monaro should beooL'.« . : oatablish faot ; ha also f untnd out :'i many advantages that ?»-u::M b' f : by tho opening up ol new markets by railway communication, for tbo disposal of our Agricultural and other produce. Tbo first resolution was moved bv Mr. G. M. Allon and aeconiler} by Mr. E. J. Cljniok : ' That a branch nf tho Southerc Mooaro Fodorsl Capital League be now formed iu tbe Wolumla dutriot.' Messrs. W. J. Moorhoad J.P. J. O. Stewart aud II. A. Bonnelt vartnly supported tho motion, each oxpresting the opinion that o...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 June 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. Tbo French Premier declared in his npcecli on the Amnesty Bill that the time had come ior them to draw a veil over the cowardice occasioned by excess of tho Dreyfus case. The Paris corres pondent of the ' Time ' states that the French .frontier thrice indelibly brand ed Mons. Morcier, who romainod silent. The Guards sent by the Powers were well received in Pekin, whe.re it iB re ported that tJie Empress Dowager sympathises witb tho Boxers' rebellion. [Tim Boicrs are a powerful fanatical anti forciKn secret socioty, who recently rose in rebellion, aud aro now located just ouu*ido of Pelin.

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Federal Capital League. TEE BEGA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 June 1900

Federal Capital League. THE BEOA BRANCH. The adjournod meoting of tho Boga bran oh of tbo Monaro Fudorsl Capital Leaguo woi hold in tho School of Arta on Friday ovening Inst, and tho attendance, wo regret to -ay, was far from satisfac tory, tho class to whom most benefit will acaruo from tbo establishment of tho Capital in a distriot contiguous to our own — tbo proporty owners — boing, witb ono or two oxcoptions, cnnBpicuous by thoir absonco. Tho Mayor, Mr. Bland, was in tho ohsir, and stated that tho businoas of ths mooting wob tho oloction of otQcors. Mr. Poll, acting seorotarv, read a lottor from Mr. CoulBon Murphy, secretary of tho League at Dombala, giving particulars uf tho linos upon whioh tho central body waa being conducted. Mr. Bland was oloctod pro^idont ; Messra. I). Gowiug, J.I'., and A. L, IU BllUIU^t u ? *? -| 1IWU-UIU9IUUIIID ( M-l It f J. ? J. Mason hon. soorotary, Mr. Poll do olining tbo position; Mr. Boronthall hon. troaBuror, Somo difficulty was oxpnri enood in s...

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THE WAR. THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 June 1900

THE WAR. THE LAl'EST NEWS. LONDON, Tuesday. The wildest confu'inn. and panic o.visl^ in Pretoria, aod a gcuurol collnpso of governmental functions lias taken place since the stnmpcde of the officials. Tbe foreign attaches have uturlud for homo. General Botha, ai rived at Pretoria on Wodnesday night, and reported throo days' fearful fighting near Jo hannesburg, disadvantageous to the Boom, the last engagement boiui; at Ornngo Kruist, wbero Lord Roberts nrrivod on Saturday, the object ot iho Boers' fighting being to gain time to enable many of thotrnins and waggons with supplies io le-tvo for Lyifonberg. At a mass meeting in Pretoria, 10, 000 BoerB resolved to tight to the laat. General Botha bus proclaimed mar tial law. Genernl French arrived at Ireno, oight miles south of Pretoria, on Thais day. General Rimdle attacked a strone Rnr»r nn-airinn nflar Kimnlriil on fhfl 39ih May. Tho shelling failrd to silenco the Boer guns. An oniflunking movu ment waa hampered owing io thu im menBo g...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 June 1900

?ion of tho first issue (X iikrx Star to our fu\ .3 — and wo modestly hopfi x loruo is logion — marks tho h\ Jg of a now era in tho journnlist'io .history of tho Bega district, for/ with its nativity comes the extinoKon of tho 'Gozotfe,' the pioneer uowspapor of those parts. But, aa tho poet has it, 'Tha old order change! h, and yioldeth place to new,' and tho etorual fitness of thinga has decreed that we tako up ?he running vacatod by tho old papor. Thfi disappcaranco of tho 'Oazotte' doca not, (hen, imply tho denial of a second bi-woekly newspaper to tho enratnunity ; on tho ooutrury, it horalda tho birth of tho Southkkn Rtaii, whioh will bo oonduoted on linos on'iroly difForon; to tho old regime. And although in tho opinion of many wo may, perhapB, ho leaving ourselvos open to a charge of optimism. — a natural con ooraitant of youth — wo hold the opinion that Bbga and its environ ments occupy too advanced a position in the van of progress (the assertion to tho oontrary by a prom ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 June 1900

A. H. Bauubero. from Ryrlnoy, viniln tue Bega Dittriat roguUrly overy throo tnuatba with a grend neloclion of nowo»t jewelry. * VAttUBLE DlaCOTEUT FOB THE HaIR.— If jnnr hair i« turning Brec or white or fallinu ofluseUie-MKXIOANIIAIKRHNKWER, for it wfM petitivtly reitorc in every ease -Srey or White hair to its original colour, without havioR the disagreeable xraell of most ' H« atoren.' It makes the charmingly hair beautiful, an well na promotinR tho erowth of *? the hsir on baM spots, where the Rlanrtn arc net decayed. Aak yoar cbomJKt for ?? Tm: Mkikuk Him Rbkhw^b,' Hold hy ChfmiatH BiidPorfuniersovorywhcrcaiaa. Oil. poi unttlii and wholesale depot 33, Farnnsdon Kii.ul London, England.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 June 1900

LIVER COMPLAINT3 Db. Kjso'b Da-sdbuo^ AKoUoiKinitLivKn Pills. wit.iout mercury, are a potent ro mcay ? remote M Livor an-- Stomach Com pUinin, Biliousness, Headache, Sicknoss, Snooldoc Pains, Heartburn, Indigestion, Conntaoataon. Dr. King's Fills are old foabioi. -d. w£'.hout tho dangerous vhite coatiaa on manr now Fair

Publication Title: Southern Star
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. VARNEY PARKES RESIGNS. EARLY CLOSING ACT THE PLAGUE. ANOTHER DEATH. THE SOLDIERS AND THE "PUSHES." GOLD YIELDS. THE TWO CUPS. INVALIDED SOLDIERS FETED. FOUND HANGING. FRESH RIFLES WANTED. THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE AGAIN. ANOTHER VICTIM TO ENTERIC. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 June 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. VARNEY l'ARKES RESIGNS. EARLY CTiOSINO ACTc THE PLAGUE. ANOTHER DEATH. Tn*E SOLDIERS AND THE ??l'U.SHES.' GOLDYIELDS. THE TWO CUPS. INVALIDED SOLDIERS FETED. FOUND HANGING. FRESH RIFLES WANTED. THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. WOMAN'S 8UFFRAGE AGAIN. ANOTHER VICTIM TO EN TERIC. SYDNEY, Tueiday. Mr. Varnoy Parkas, M.L.A. for Canterbury, hag roaigoed bis seat. A deputation TepreaontinR tbo Chnmbnr of Commoroe iatorviewod the Minister for Labor yesterday, aupgeBt a numbor uf ameodmontu in the Enrly Closing Dill. The Mim'iter promised to fully consider all tpasunablo ropro sentations made ; also stating his in tontion of introducing a bill limiting tho hours of labor. A man named Georgo Porrin ap plied for admission to tbo hospital this morning. Ho was found to be sufforiog from plague, and was sent to tho quarantine station. Patient William Brown died yesterday. In view of tho recent disturbances between the Pofonce Forces and enr tain 'pushes,' all lenTO at tho Vio tnria Barra...

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Bega Post Office Time Table. (Corrected to January 14, 1900.) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 June 1900

Ucsn I'ost Oincc Time Table. (Corrected lo January It, I 900.) mails AiitttvR raox Stdxkt, overland, via Cooma and Bom boka. daily, (Snnday oxcoptod) 11.30 p.m. STnKiT, per Btoamor, Tuesday and Thnrt day, timo nneortain. BnilDo-o-'D, AraJuen, Moruya, Bodalla, Cobargo, Qnanua, Brogo, daily Sunday cxceptcdl. at 7 p.m. J Goolbdrk, Cooma, Nimitybcllo, Monaro diBtriot, Uemtoka and Nnmbngga dnily, (Snnday oxooptcd) 11.30 p.m ' TiTDBi and Brickyards Kotoiving Office I Tnesday and Thunday, timo nnccrtain. Ulladulla (vin Tatlira) Thursday, por. mennier, timo nncerlain. | Candelo, Mogilln, Enmirulia, Eanoona daily, at 8.30. p.m. Towambn, Timbillica, Itocky nail, Cath cart, Wyndham, (vi» I'ambnla), Tuosday, Thursday and Saturday nt 8 p ui, Edbk, Pambnla, Wolnmla, and Morim bnla, dnily Snnday executed at 8 p m. Moriuibula, via Jollnt Julhl, Friday at 7 p.m. Wthdimm via Candelo, Snnday and Wed nesday at 8.30 p.m. Tahja iNelnon's), and Wapengnc, Wed noKday and Saturday, nt 6 p.m. Boudala, Cathcur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 6 June 1900

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING-Dr. Osbornesaye: ' I nso SANDER & SONS' EUCALYP TI EXTRACT as a upray for nasal ca tarrh, low fovor, asthma, &c, with groat succeai. I Gud thia preparation superior to all othors.' Dr. Stahl : '? I hare uaod Tarioua preparations of Eucalyptus, but I got bettor results from SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than from any other.' Dr. Preston : ' I novor use any Eucalyptus preparation other than SANDER & SONS', and I found tho othora to bo almost ueoloss.' I)i. Hart: 'It cooe without aavinc that SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is ths beat in tho market.' In lQUueuza. all fevers, throat and lung trouble, dipb.the.ria diarrhoea, dyBOutry, kidnoy complaints, rheumatism, wounds, sprains, ulcera, &o., it is invaluable, Soo that you get SANDER & SONS', and ro jeot spurious preparuiona, wbicb aro ?ouiotimoa supplied bj unscrupulous doleri, Hakd-kadk horse rugs nlwnve on hand, at lowest prices, at Fords,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 June 1900

Oenoral Y«iln says it woold bo much bnttur if wool find wooden knitting needb'H nu'hor thnn knitted caps were M-nt out to South Aftic*. The Btck men lovo to knit in convalosci'nco, and many unravel enps si-nt them po mb to havr* tho occupation. The porctininl interest which the Queen tak?K in the clothiu» of her Boldierfl was ag.tin instanceil recently, whnn two Guardsmen and a pipf-innjor were bidden to the fti'ps of tho Royal carriage. Clonely Mcrutinifin^ ibeirj klmki aoits, her M*j»*Htv iit-|uiretl o' i th»? n»»n whether th»*y w«ie warm enough in thfclotboa which aro shortly to nccomj nny them to South Africa. Both Sergeants replied 'Yes, your Majeaty,' and it wh* noticed that the venerable lady in the carriage, bb if to conGrm the improssion, ran her fingers deftly down the copied fronts of the two coatR before her. jue ^ut'eu I' IU unwtt VIJ*- u. .«%.«- lato box which abe sent to Private Humphrey. It has i Boor bullet em bedded in it, and was the meane of sav- ing his life. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 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. Tliooo who havo takmi this uiodiciuc aro amazed at itx won i--i ful in f) ticiiao. HnfTeivi* from any form of Bronchitis, CoukIi. Difficulty of Uroathing, Hoarsonosfl, Pain or Soreness In tho Chest, experience delightful and ioiuieiliat'o relief, mnl i' who tire Ktibji-ct to Cold* on the Cho*t it ih inv.dnuhlp, an it effects a Complete Cure. It iR most comforting ill Hlln.iini! irritation in the throat, and giving ftmigth to tho toi«v. »od it to-ilher Jill«)ws a Coti^ii i»i Asthma to Ih'couio chronic, nor Connnmption to develop. Consumption^ has never lu esi Known to exi*t \\liert) '? Cou^Uh' havo been properly trcatr*! with this medicine. No huu*c tdiouM be without it, a-i, taken at tho beginning, a dose is generally sufticicut, and a complete ouro is certain. PHKPAltKD OKIjY ASO HOLD WHOLESALK AND ltKTAIL BY THE PBOPRIBTOR, Vv\ G. HEA...

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WAR GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 June 1900

WAR GOSSir . Mnjor-Genoral Hrclor ftlacclonald, who la an extra aide-de-camp to the Quoon ia tin* first xold'er 10 riuo from the milks of (hat high honor. Tpe record 'battle baby' has appear ed at the little villace of Rvtooon Dunnmore, in i lie Duncliurch diutrict of the Rui;liy Union. He Haa been named Roherts Buller Dundonald Victor George While? Tho fioliliera in South Africa appreci- ' ate ne^Riiapers, net only on accu'Jtit of the interent nnd amusement they nfTurd, but because a sheet of a ' dailr ' forms at once tho snuggest and lightest of blankets on a cold night. BLOOD PURIFYING. Soltiiub, Nxtokb'b Biood Posipikb.— Picppra's SuLPwa Skik ?KABi.u aro quila Htuall, perfectly ta.it«l6Mit Purify tho Blond, cleantio from all H.?frours, euro tikiu Di nenwa, improro tho Health. Poppor'e Sul phur Pea-Li in Sulllintr Bottloa ovory wliorn. Through I lie kindness of the Edison- J Boll Fhono^r pli Company, the nick i and wouailcd in ihe hospitals ut Wyn- i biTt;, Woodstock, Rondobosch,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 June 1900

A GREAT RECOVERY. Anaemia, Atony, Dyspepsia. A VERY DANGEROUS CONDITION And AN ABSOLUTE RESUSCITATION. The Case of r.iiSS IRENE PAYNE, f/Vvm the ' Xtjnan Time*.') (nv UUli SPECIAL.) Our r^portor called on Alias Ircno Payne, of I'dirUM, N.S.NV. That young lady o; ctu'd tho door herself, and on hearing of t in* reason of hla visit miiilingly welcomed Ii.iii into the huiiso, and ueidud no pressing t-* ridate the story of her RUtl'mnga mid her j ? opt recovery. She now appear* to be in uif pMKse'sio of redundant health, and of a bright and viv4ei'.t)s teni} rramcnt. On the paginal a tyitig so, she n.tid, 14 Yet onco My Constitution Soomod Shattorod. A long continued illness had quite broken ?* U.iw did this occur, Misi Pnyno V' ' I tiegan Vt suffer from what ia scicntid* «a!'y known aa mm-tnia. My blood got rxtreuiuly poor. My appetite and strength w.iiieil awuy till 1 gradually lost all iny healthy colour and became of a pate, leaden complexion, with large dark rings uudor my oea My fo...

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Mr. Phillistine Drone's Wooing. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 June 1900

Mr. Phillistine Drone's Wooing. (To THK ElMTOK.) I ii eg to lay bofunr I ho ronders of yoor valuable pniporn heart- rending epysode of tho halsenti of ray youth ful innossonoo. When I was a blushiDg boy of sum 28 summers, and at that aige pekulkrly sensitivo to tho arrors of Kupid. Yo Gods ! my ink turns pail when I think of tbo objiot of my juvonilo aflook shuns. Do not shudder whon I tell you tbat I fell in luv with a seckoud hand article, a fomail dressed in black, the habilyments of tho graiv ; in short, a widder. Tho idul of ray heart was ritch, but do not suppose for a siiigul moment that I assosiatod my drnom of bliss with luv of filthy luker ; not wonce I My anguls naim was Celestia Byte ; and wo is mo, I went for By to, and kum baok bitten. Wun nito, while listoning to hor solb sorriu strainos upon a five shilling akkordoon, I was about to porn ray tail of luv at ber feet, when she sed, 'Philly,' (she alwais called mo Philly), 'Philly, deer, wilst not thou purchais me sum m...

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PARISH OF KAM[?]KA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 June 1900

[?] Sunday, 10th— Bcmboka, 11 H.C. Mogtlla, S.B0. Tantawanglo, 7. Thursday, 14th— Wolutnla(Mr Ilanlon'n), 11. Hnnday, 17th— Wolamla, St. Luke's, 11 Candelo 7.30. Thursday, 9lth-Niasara.il. Sunday, 2Uh— Heiuboka, 11, MogUIa, 2.30, Tanta* wanglo 7 J.A, NRWTII. M.A., Boctor

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Soldiers v. "Push." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 June 1900

Soldiers v. 'Push.' 1 Tub soldiers who came into conflict with the 'Engine-street push' ia Market-ntreet, Sydney, on Thursday night of laft week, or tho 'posh' themsdvrs, w«re not altogether satin* fiod with tho rwolt of the fracan, for iirst atreut on Saturday night. After Thursday'* trouble, the miJi tnry nutho ritios anangml that two patrols of I forty men each, under tho direction of 1 a ooo'ilo of sergeantR, .should visit tho City at night for tho purpose ol assiat ing tho polioo to preaorvo ordor. On Suturday night these putrol partioi worn each followed hy hundreds of your.g fellows, who, thinking (hat the artillerymen wero looking for the pushes, rxpectcd to rco hoiuo fun. JinotB ot three or lour soldiers, out on leave for tho evening, wero accom panied by similar body-guards, find, needless to say, the civilians, by alter* naUly inciting nnd j-eritig, did all they could to provoko tho uniformed men to a frame of mind favorable toil row, even if ihe latter were not already '...

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 June 1900

CATHOLIC Sunday, 10th — HcRa, 9. Candolo, 11.30 Tuesday, 12th—Mr. M. Batcman'a, 10 Saturday, 10th— Mr. 3. HeCTernau's, Brogo, 10 Sunday, 17th— Boga, 9. Candolo, 11,30 Sunday, 2Jtli— Bcmboka, 11 T. HAKNKTT, P.P.

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BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 9 June 1900

BEMB0K A. (FllOM OUIt COHUESI'O.VDKNT.) For some time past wo Bombokaites have buen anxiously and fevortahly await ing tho Grst appoarenco of tbo SOUTHERN Star iu our midst, principally on accouot of tbo juvenility of tho propriotary. And now that wo bavo conned ovor its pngos, and recognized therein tbo first instalment of bettor tbiuge to como. our curiosity is somowhat allayed. Personally, I vonturo to pradiot a prosperous futuro for tho now journal. With tbis boliof firmly rooted in my mind, I will undortako to furnish tbo Soutuern Star with nil mattor rolating to our ontorpriiing littlo townnbip. On Tuesday last a well attonded moot ing, presided ovor by Mr. D. Finn, docid od upon forming a local branch of tho Southern Monaro Railway Extension and Federal Capital Loagtio. A strong com mitteo, with Mr. W. C. Alien at tbo holm aa socrotary, was appoiuted to work tbo mattor up. Our footballers aro anxiously looking forward to tbn visit of thn Ilo-;a mon on Saturday. Tho camo promi...

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