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A Drawing-room General's Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 June 1900

A Drawing-room General's Mistake. [Lin^s on Tin: Battle op Maobbsfontetn, Dec. 10, 11, and 12, 1809, supplied to a returnod N.S.W. invalid by a member of the Black Watch whilo both were in hospital together, and forwarded by the former to tho proprietors of The Southsrn Star, Bega.j I'll tell you the tale of the battle — Well there ain't so mueh to tell— Nine huudred went out to their slaughter, And utgh on eight hundred fell. W:ro and Mauser riflca, Thirst uud it burning mm Knocked us down by the hundred Ere tho long day waa done. Wet was the night, cold and dreary. Chilled were the tuen to the bone ; Bivouacking out. in theopcu, Thinking i-crlmi-s of hwne. Mi'lnight cumermuKl to awaken us; OiHoera whispering their orders, Never a light or a sp:irk. . Onward we went till tbo morning I Dawned in the east groy and clear, ; While iu front of as looming The kopjes' bold skyline stood clear. 1 . Away »m th« left of the kopjes ?; I We noticed a JiirTit burning bright, j Aud just us the c...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 June 1900

BEMBOKA. (From our Correspondent.) Bembokaitks, who by the way are proverbial for their hospitality, were very enthusiastic when intimation was received of Miss Florrie Poidevin's pro motion to Tnwamba Public School, and that young lady was the recipient of n purae of soveriegns and a hand some gold nmuihyst brooch, set with pearls, in the local ftcnooi oi a us ou Tuesday evening laat. Mr. 6. E. Ward, J.P., who presided, made the presentation on lvb-tlf ot the purents of the children attending the school and of the rusidanta ot Bemboka. He teferred in eulogistic terms to the young lady, and whilo regretting her departure from amongst them, they were pleased tn know that it meant promotion. Miss Poideviu accepted the gif'fl in a graceful manner, and Mr. flart, ot the local Publio School, re sponding on her behalf, said that their guest would never forgm the kindness of tho B'tnboka people, nnd (hat ihe presentation would form a binding link between tbo young lady aod her entertainers...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 June 1900

In* to-day's isauo we publish h letter from a insident, who signs hims-lf by the ruhnr Qnixotic n»tm« of 'Rip Van Winkle,' dealing with the leader on thu Tathra tramway, which appeared in our i*Hiitt of the 23rd instant. Like ouivelvea, 'Rip Vail Winklo' is of opinion that a railway lo Eden is much j more desirable than a tramway to j Tafehra, although the latter would bo i gladly xcceptcd as a kind of solatium i in the event ot our uemanus tor the j larger line heiug repudiated. Wo ] thoroughly agree with bis assertion ' that in order to obtain fiuch u conccs flion we must awake from that leihurgy | which fiopins to hang like a heavy pall over us, and be up aud doing, and by dint of agitation and a determin- ! ation not to have our just requests burked by the artifices of designing Ministers, to impress.'Upun their supine minda 'hat wk are in. deadly earnest. MRip .Yun Winkle's' humorous allu»ion to the epitaph, which may be (itiinuly applied to thu defunct B-*ga-^dvm Rail way Leit...

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LATEST CABLES. CHURCH CRISIS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 June 1900

LATEST CABLES. CHINESE CRISIS. I. ON DO.V, Tlmrmlay. The latest from China, states that Vicc-'Vdmiril Seymour's expedition has been relieved and has readied Teintsiu. Fifty thousand Chinese pre vented his reaching Pekin. Sixty* tn- were killed and 200 wounded in an cnununtei with the rebel*. Had tin? relief force not arrived, it would Invn been impossible for Admiral Seyinntir to tesist two days longer, he being hampered with sick and wound ed. The railway , between Taku and Teintsin, a distance of 27 miles, has been completely destroyed. Ten thou Hand allied troops, consisting largely of Japanese, aro betweu these points. Tho Foreign Ministers havo left Pekin under Chinese escort, and have proceeded northward. Tbo foreign diplomatist? were requested on the 19th instant to leave Fekin within 24 hours. The rebellion continues to spread, and Protestant mission buildings are being destroyed.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 30 June 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. A viiEsn caso of plaguo is reportad this inorriag, tho victim bfling Alfred Tosnaond, flgod 3n, living! at North Sydney. Mr Oann ban boon olootod Chair man of OimraiUooa. In thn Asaombly last ni^ht Mr. Wisd, Atturnoy.Qonoral, movod a ro ttiil ui i--n preparatory to tho iotruduo | linn nf tho OompulBory Arbitration Bill. Ho deniod that tbo proposed lngislation would intorforo with tho lit.arty of the anbjoot, but would pro mote individual poaco and soourity. Tho motion waa agrood to. and tbo Hill road a firat timo. Tho Premier introduced the Darling Harbour Wharves Resumption Bill, which passed the (irnt reading. Tho Minora' Eight-hour Bill and tho Mmera' Accident Relief Bill wore road Jor the first time. Tbe Indecent Publications Bill passed the third reading. Very heavy falls of anew occurred in many parts of the country yester day. Further heavy sales of wheat woro nfTeotod at yoaterday'a market, sales, many buyers iloaing at 3i. ld. per bushel. T...

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£100,000,000 UNCLAIMED [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

£100,000,000 UNCLAIMED Docoal's Rkoistxbkd List containing' mimes of 20,000 Families advertised for, to oluim nrupcr ty und money since 17000. Price Is, fid., post free, 2a. K/ery man and wo man rthould buy this book, as instruction* aro given how to recover property from Chanccrv. IJOUGAL & Co., 62 Strand. London, Kug. Est. 18-14. A fortune may await you. This book can now bo obtained from W. C. Riodt,' Adelaide : Gordon & Gotcii, Mel. Brisbano; Geo. Robxktsos & Co., Mcl.r Sydney, Adelaide, Iiriabano.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Bega Post office Time Table. (Corrected to January 14, 1900.) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

Itegn Post Ofllcc Time Table. [Corrected to Jaunry It, 1 1100.) uiILa .\attivi: fhom Stunet, overland, via Cooma nnd Item boko, daily, (Sunday oxcopted) II. HO |i.m. SxnNXT, per Btoamor.THesday and Thnr - day, time uncertain. Braidvoid, Araluen, Moruya, Bodalla, Cobargo, Qnanuio, Brogo, daily Suuday eiceptodt, at 7 p.m. Godlbobn, Cooma, Nimitylicllo, Monaro district, liemboka and Numbngga daily, (SuDday oxecptod) 11.30 p.rn - Tituiu and Brickyards Receiving Office Tuesday and Thursday, time uncertain. UUadnlia (via Tathra) Tliurja-iy, por sleanior, time uncuitain, Caslelo, Slogilln, Eamc-ruka, Knnoonii daily, at 8.30. p.m. Townmbo, Timbillica, Rocky Hall, Cath cart, Wyniihatn, (via Pambula), Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday at 8 p in. Kukh, Pambula, Wolumla, and Melini. bnla, daily Sunday oxcepted at 8 p m. Merimbula, via Jellnt JelUt, Friday «. 7 p.m. Wysdiiax via Candelo, Sunday and Wed uesday at S.:tO p.m. Takja (NeUon's), and Wapengur, Wed nculuy and Satnrd.iy, in 6 p.m. IJoudau, ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

U EARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE. THE FAMOUS REMEDY FOR COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION. HAS THE LARGEST SALE OF ANY CHEST MEDICINE IN AUSTRALIA. Tho.o whn lmm tokon this medicine nro amaiod «t its wonderful iufluonco. Sunorors from any form of Bronchitis. ConRh, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness, Pain or SoronoM In the CIh-1. -.i|H'ri«iioo dcli|(litlul and imuie.liato roliof. and to those who aro nubject to Cold* on the Chest il is invaluable, as it effects a Complete Cure. It w most comforting in .illi..-iiiK irriliitimi in Ui« thr..nt, ami KiviiiR streuglh to tho voice, nnd it neither allowa a Cougli or Asthma to become clirouic, nor Consnmption to develop. Consumption lias never l»*ii liiinwn to exist whero ?? Coiiulis' havo been proporly treated with this medicine. No house should bo without it, as, taken at tho beginning, a doso is generally suQicicut, ami PREPARED ONLY AND SOLD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY THE PROPRIETOR, \\\ G. HEARNE, CHEMIST, GEELONG, VICTORIA. Sma' sizo,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

Tux mail train leaves Cooma daily, Fan day excepted, at n..'i(l p.m., arriving at Goulburn, 1SI miles, tit 1J.31); and at Syd ney, '205 miles, at 5.5*} next morning. Fare: Singlo, first. I Sis 9d ; second-class, 34« OJ; return, first, 77s 9d: second class, 52s HEALTH, STUKNOTH, EXERQY, Pxtpeu'9 QmsiNK mo Iron Tonic is bmisiny. vivifyu g, nustaininK, dispels de pression, cnrtB Indigestion, Neuralgia and all no' e.i or pains. Topper's tho only real shilling Bottles Tonic. A SPOTLESS COMPLEXION Sitlphouxb Lotios clears oft nil imper fection., in u few days. Pimple, Ulemishes, Irritating Objectiontblo Appearances, ttod aeas. Roughness, Ian, Uncomfortabl« Skir DU6gurementit, entirely fado away, leaving a beautiful skin Shilling Bottlos of Sul oholino LIVER C0MPLAINT3 I)n. Kino's Oandkuon ANDQuixi.tK.IjVEn Viua. wit.-iuut mercury, are u potent ro meay remove ill Liver anrf Stomach Cnra plaims, Biliousness, Headache, Siekness, snoulder I'ains, Heartburn, Indigestion, Constioatiu.!. Dr. Kin...

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Is Run By Women. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

Is Run By Women. This is tho way a Stau staff oor rospondont tells of his experience in 13eattle, Kan., on a day nhon tho thermomotor was way up in tho shade : — 'Nearest glass of beor,' I en quirod of a sad-looking man ou tho station platform. He grinnod aud pointod to a sign up the atroot whioh said ' Saloon.' ' CLOSED BY ORDER OF TEIE MAYOR.' ' What's tho troublo ?' 'Trouble!' repeated anothor soo faood man, 'Lord, that isn't the narao for it !' | ' We've got a Lad Mayor, lady Council, and lady Clerk. Thoy'ro running things. This town is going to tho devil.' Afterward, when I mot Mayor Elizabeth Tot ton, sho told mo that this man was mistaken. The town had boon going to tho devil up to 4th April. But, praiso tho Lord, sinco thut date she thought it hud been going tho other way. 'Doctor, a friend of mine has as sured mo that sucking lemons will prevent aea-siokness. Is that truo ?' 'Yob, provided you ait iu the shade of a tall tree while you suck thfl loraou.' As a short and strai...

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

[?] Sunday 8th— TnntatrjiiKlo, It. Ilemboka, 7.30. Thursday, Itth-Wolnmla (Mr lUnloti'*). 11. Sunday, lElk-Wolumla, St. Lulu's, 11 Caudolo 7.80. _ Thursday, ]9th-Nias«r«, II. 8undny, JHnil— Bcmljolu, 11 II.C. MoRllln, 3.30. Sunday, iStn— Tantawanglo, II, II.C. Unndalo 7.00 Sunday, aMll-llomluka. II, Mogllla, 3.30, TanU irangln 7 J.A. NKWTH. M.A., Roctor

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THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

THE GATHERER. 'I AM but a gatherer acd diipoior ol other mea'a staff.' — Wotlon. Huohks, M.P,, was on the warpath during the censure debate over tho City Council's supinenoss in regard to tho plague. Ho declaimed against and denounood, waxed fierce ovor, and blamed all tho divers things conneotcd with tho pestilence, aud was listened to patiently by the ilouso. Among o'.hor homely il lustrations, he in for mod the mein Lers that the rubbish heap, consist ing of all things vile, in tho lane behind Bail-maker's Dudley's house woa large enough to oomfortibly hide all the assembled law-makers and yot be not muoh biggor in bulk. Thou, in addition, the hou. member unearthed some vory pretty scandals concerning propertios owDod by (ho aluermen themselves, some of the buildings owned by tho City Fathers being in a most filthy state. ? ? -♦ The godly members of tho Mel bourne University Senate have de oided by a majority of one- -the Vioe-Chancellor's casting vote — not to re-appoint Profess...

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

CATHOLIC Sunday, 8th-Bega, 9. Caudulo, 11.30 Sunday, 15th— Oandolo, 0. B«.*a, 11.80 Sunday, 22nd— Bomtioka, 11 SuuUy,2flth-Boga,S-. Candolo, 11.80 T, HAHNKTT, P.P.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

Don't Let the Glock Run Dowd. ' Tub human body,' Bays a great physician, ' in n i-ovonty-yoar clock.' You, and like all other clock* tho timo it will rim depends largely on hciw it in (rented. Titko the pendulum womht otf tho end u{ tlio wiro und your clock will nittlu nwii) »t llie rnto --f lmlf a dozen hours in ona. Neglect it fiml it will run irro&niariv ? nnir ttinl. nnv nlow. Krcnk tho manuprinir. or it \vlie'l, mill it ntopn instantly. T»ku iutoll'gcutcitre --f it m.d a Rooil olook will ncrvu your vrand children tut faithfully nn it now ^rvon you. There in an important dilferenco. hownvor, between your clock and your bjjy. Evon utter your clock is completely run down, and at a ntnndslill, you wind it up and net it going apiin. Mot no with the body. Onco Htoppcd it goes no rooro. Wo know tho limits of his moaning per fectly well, yot, npoakinsr literally, Mr. Multhcw L. tlrown wai not ' complttely run down ' at tho timo ho refcru to. Tlmnkful we are, and moro thankful a...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

PRK8HYTEUIAN. Boga, overy Sunday at 1 1 and 7.30 Candulo, tho First Sunday of each month at 3 Wolnmla, the Socond Sunday of uncli Month at 3 Katnoruka,tho8rd Sunday In each mouth at 3 Brogo, tbo Fourth Sunday of each Month at 3 Choir Practlco at 8 p.m. every Friday. M. KIKKPATRICK, B.A,

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TWO TOMMIES. A TALE OF THE BOER WAR. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

TWO TOMMIES. A TALE OKTHE BOEK WAR. [COXOLODKD. | 'B'ix bayonet*. Douiilu!' sni-l the yubnlturn, and t!.o little iiaml fiil of men .M|iianj; furwiinl. 0-it of Uio trenclim leapt tliu .slmr|-- sliootors like mlibits stultify from briickttn. Tlioy ycurrii-il to wlt'-ru their hur.se* wuitiM in the back ground, anil cantered swiftly mviiy up 1 1)0 hIiijiu. k -vuh the usual prugiainme. 'If yon'il wiiitnd to siy 'nw il'vt do?' Sir. Blouinin' Dutche.Vi' wiiil Flynn under lii.i tircatli, 'IW 'inv interjoutud my bayonet lu yuiir in side. Spriiitin's n'oul the only thing you're ynod a'.' They Ml tu w»rfc, spa.le nnd sliovel, toilin,' thirstily un.ler tl-- flaming sun. Tliu yinun.l was hind und dry — it ww nu work fur shirker.-). But we do not |-ruw shirkers in the BritNli Army, nml the trenelies lunjjtlienud und widi'ii ed steadily across the .-.tuny plain, a little embank mont of dry eurth in front of each. Ail thr»ii--!i the dusty toil mid dnncin;,'h™t-sliiin-iiiT came the dropnin^' linj of...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

WERLEYAN. Snnday, 8th— Boga, 11 and 7.30. Brogo, 3. Rev. J. E. Bodd. Bembokall, CandeloS, Wolumla 7. Itov. J. Sclmrklo Snnday, 15th-8ega, 11 and 7.30. Wolumla. 8 Sunday, 22nd— Bega, 11 and 7.30. Candelo, 8 Sunday, Mth-Boga, 11 and 7.30. Walhwwt, 3 Ilov.J.Scharklo. WlEK EVKMISO MKETIXOS AND StnVTCKH gth-Monday, 7.80, Public Meeting, SnstenUtlon S oclcty, Deputation. Hov. J . E. Itodd llth-Wednosday, 7.30, Quarterly Meeting in Church Prayor Mooting Wodnesday, 7.80 Choir practlco, Friday, 7.30 JOHN 8CHARKIE.

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IN IDLE MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

IN IDLE MOMENTS. [nv iioiikhia.v.] As football has boon onunging tbe atton- i tiou of youiif! and old during tbo Inst fow ; day«, 'liohoinian' has boon pottorinu , amongat tho ancinut archives handed ? dowu to him by giuuratinua of sporting i aocostora, and as n result of bis rocoarohoa ' ho has boon onablad to traco theintrnduc- ; lion of thn grand (,-aujo of football into i England. Itdatoaas far back an thoadvent ! ol Julius CiBinr amongst tbe Cults ; in fact tbo appoarancii ot that predatory Roman in tbo -tight littls ialand' was reapoosiblo for its creation. Ncodloas to say, the game hBB gono through maoy vicissitudes aioco first played by tbo un tntorod Colt, and baa now almost arrived at a staqo of pcrfoction, although wo occasiooally too in tho modoro gamo flashos of that barbarity wblch made it eo popular with our ancestors of tbo Druidic period. But tboro is always a romnaot of everything loft to mark its connection with a former ponod, as witness man's connection with bis...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

A. H. Baumdeko, from Sydney, visits LoBega Distriot regularly evory tbreo months with a grend aolectiuu of nowe*t jewelry. ?

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FOOTBALL. NIMITYBELLE v. BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 July 1900

FOOTBALL NIMITYUEFXE v. BEGA. The annual match liutwecn tho abnvc clutia took plucc on (Im Jioga Show Kround on Motiduv aftfinoon. Keen imprest wa« uiniiifnHti il in tho i-nmc, nn:l atiout 300 people were present, in cluding ft largo number of ladies. The Nimitybello team has for many years hold a high reputation, iho bracing air of the tableland eeeminp to bo just tho thing in which to produce adopts of tho noble game. In the two matches previously played, Bega suffered de feat, but on Monday they retrieved tho lost laurels by cominjj out on top by three points to nil. Tho victory was all tho more pleaBinp to the local team from the fact of the crack Painbula team going under to tho Mountaineers on Saturday, sullcriuc defeat for the first timo on iliuir own ground. Mr. Davidson, a liomlmla visitor, took tlm position of referne, und ijnvR full satisfaction to both teams. J. Ahkin uaplaincd tho visitors, and Darko waR deputed to load the Bega men. Tho apinniog of the coin resulted in...

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