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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 July 1900

LATEST CABLES. LON DON, Thursday. The Prince and PrinccaH of Wale* have equipped n farmhoonn at Siml rMi-ham for the exclnaira use of colo nial officers and troops invalided from South Africa. Sir Alfri'd Milnor list calil«! rnc month's | a' to military invalids in ad vance, also to be equipp»d with waiin clothing.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 July 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. 8YDNEY, Friday. Goulburn has exporieoood tho hoa vinst flood for twenty years. Tho pnlioo roscuod poopl^- from all tho low-lying housos in boats. Ouo family of nioo took rofugo up /in a treo at 3 i o'clock, and wore not rescued tilt 7. | A rocord fall of snow is reported on I the mountains. 10 inches fell at nlackheath, nnd W inches at Mount Victoria. Tho beaviost fall witbio tho tnomory of tho oldest inhabitants oo- I cur-rod at Bathurst, busioess boiog nuspondod and trains hlookod. Great damage was done to troos nnd gardens, whilst many vorandahs ool'apsod under | the groat woight of the snow. Yosterday's rainfall extended all ovor the Colony, hoavy floods orcur ring in sevoral districts, especially on | th« Nopoau and Hawkeshury.. Trains ; wore hlookod on tho mountains, and tho Wostorn mails had not atrivod up to daylight yostordny morning. Fa milios residing on low-lying lands at Ponrith wore removed in boats that woro out saving people. Snow fell uninterrupted...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Gipps-street Drain. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 July 1900

The Gipps-atreet Drain. Foil months past the press and the public have bpen trying to imp ess opnn our somewhat moribund Council the nrcessity of ridding tho town of : that long-standing eyeaote — tho accum ulation of refuse matter which is allowed to gathet, fester, und generate dt8»aHR in lower Ginns-slreet. But. doRpiio the jeremiads of soft ring rate payers, tho Council, in tbo fulness of its own supinoness, was unequal to the task of eradicating the nuisance, and was never lost.for.a method of shirking ite responaihifity.* Tho infuhion of new Wood into the anserine veins of this body hap, however, rescued it trout a torpor which ti^rjpatobed to entirely ftubvert^whot was*, formerly almost an effete organisation. Verily, the local Council was bidding tair to outdo tho City Council in point of incompet ency ; bur, thank's to the introduc tion ot new lilood, it iB now likely to escape the obloquy which has been uo unsparingly heaped upon the municipal body of the metropolis. Owing...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 July 1900

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. Denbam Bros, report on July 3: — Fresb creamery batter nominally la, al though best brands aro selling at lid, factory lOd to 10£ Choose. medium size 5d to 5£d, loaf size, 5£d to6d. Bacon 5£-1 to Od. Potatoes, C.H.; 60s to C7t» 61. Onione, 75* to 60*. Peed oate, 2s 3d to 2s 4d, seed, 2a 4d to 2s 5d. Maize, 2s Od to 2a 7d. Bran, Dd to flj. Pollard, DJ to 9.3d. Eifgrt, Hull* at iod to Is. Poultry of alt descriptions in good domaud. Hill, Clark and Co. report on July 6 : — Pat pigs—Market again well supplied. Heavy baconera and back-fats aro still celling badly, light baconora being much bolter iu comparison. Hoavy porkers aro a abado firmer, while ligbt porkers havo Sold well. We qaofe— Extra primo weighty back fatM 42s -I7«, primo weighty 364 to 40s, extra primo weighty baconers 32s to 35-, primo light 32* to ligbt 25s to 31*, best heavr porkers 22* to 21s, hgbter 20d to 22a, light 17* to 1&, email ligbt 13* to 16a. Wo sold nearly 200. rUBL19ZZ8D AT ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 July 1900

» ? . Valoadle Discovery yon tiie Hair.— If jour hair ia turning gro.r or wluto or /ailing 00 aso tho ' M P.XIC AN U Al R R EN K W E R, or it a ill positively rcitorc in every ente tSrey or }Vhite hair to its original colonr, without having tho disagrecablo smell oi w;wt ' Re storers.' It makes tlio charmingly hair beautiful, an well as. promoting tiio prowtii of ilie iiair ou bald spots , whero tlio glauds aro net decayed. AsJc yoar efcemiut for 'tub Mexicah IIaiq UknBweh,' sold by Chemists aiidPorfumersororywhoroatSs. (id. por uottlu and wholesale depot 83, farringdon Road London, England. General Debility ( and Nervousness A Truthful Narrative of Great Suffering and A Radical Cure. THE CASE OF MRS. JAMES WILLIAMS. fFsp-t the. ' MarrickviUe AVin'u',' lCj7l9S.) BY UUIl SFKCIAL HKI'OKTKIC) ?MStr tlio plain, unadulterated truth!' These were tlio instruction* given to cur ( W'f.kly Rtvit.w) reporter when he wm de« ?piitchoil to interview Mr*. James Williams, of HolnieaiUle Street, Mar...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LETTERS to the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 July 1900

LETTERS to the EDITOR. Sir,— I observe with pleasure that you are championing tbo causo of the private soparator, which, of lato, boa come in for a lot of adverse oommeut from those who, as you rightly state, probably have an axe to grind. Small blame is attachable to tbem, however, for having an oyo to their own interosia ; but it is hardly fair to descend to such degrading tactics as docrying tbo medium by which tbe co operative dairy moo separate their cream from milk. Such strictures, be tbov over so fallacious, are calculated to do- I stroy tbo faith of tbo dairyman in tho privato soparator, and naturally ho is in I a quaodary as to what to do with bis ! milk or cream. But now, thanks to your advocaoy of the private separator and tbo fact tbac you have given publicity to Mr. MoYeigb's opinions on the subject, wo dairymen are somowhat appeased oo tbe score of froo uso of tbo private separator without fear of iocurring any lois — that is, of oourso, providing wo follow out tbo in...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How the Australians Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 July 1900

How the Australians Fight. Tub correspondent nf the Dundee 'Advertiser' and 'D.iily News,' wiiting from Burghersdor|i on March 21, reports an interview with a Boer who describes an ennn^e ment iu which u number of Vic torians fell and others were cap tured. 'It was a cruel fii'ht,' lie said' 'Wo had ambusned a lot of British troops — the Worce.slers I think they called them. They could neither advinco nor retire. We li W penned t hem in like sheep, and ; our Held cornet, Van Lnnden, wa« j beseeching them to throw d--wn | their rilles tosavo being slaughterc I, j for they had no clmnee. Just then we inw about 100 Australians come | bounding over the locks in '.he gully behind us. There weio two gre.n ui^ men in mint cneering i them on. We turned and gave' thorn a volley, but it did not slop them. They rushed over every thing, firing as they came, not! wildly, bui as men who knew the ! use i-f a rifle, with the quick, slurp, j upward jerk to the shoulder, the j rapid sight, and tlun t...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 July 1900

A. H. BAtmBBRG» from Sydnoy, visits ft* 0 Bega Distriot regularly erery three month* with a grrnd selection of newest jewelry.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 July 1900

| BLOOD PURIFYING. fiuLTHOB, Natdhb'b Blood Puiufikr.— Peitpb'b SuLPwn Skis Pkarl? aro quite small, porfeclty taatele«H. Purify the Blood, c minso from all Hgmours, ouro Skin Di seases, improve tho Health. Peppor's Sul phur Peu:ls iu Shilling Bottles ovory whero. H EARN E'S BRONCHITIS CURE. THE FAMOUS REMEDY FOR COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION. HAS THE LARGEST SALE OF ANY CHEST MEDICINE IN AUSTRALIA. Thn«« who hare taken thin tncdioine are amazed at its wonderful influence. Sufferers from any form of Bronchitis, Cough, Difiloulty of Breathing, Hoarsenons, Pain or Soronesa In th»» ('lu-t. '?* jn-rience delightful anil imtnedinto relief, aud to tluno who are subject to Colds on tho Client it is invnhmhlo, as it effects a Coraploto Cure. It is most comjorltng tu iiiluuMtf imtaiinn in tho tlnoat, and giving ftrcngth to tbe voire, aud it neither allows u Cough or Axlhum to become chronic, nor Consumption to dovelop.^ Consumption has never Ihtii i;iiM\rn lo i-xiM where ' Coughs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 July 1900

A SPOTLESS COMPLEXION SuXiPitOLXXB Lotion dears off all imper fections in a few days. Pimplo, Bleraitdiee, Irritating Objectionablo Appearances, Red seas, Roughness, Tan, Uncomfortable Skir Disfigurements, ontircly fade awuy, luavin» a beautiful skin Shilling Dottles of Sul choline O It T G AGE L O A N S Mr. 0. W. Macleod Has been requested by LEADING SYDNEY CAPITALISTS to consider APPLICA TIONS FOR LOANS to any amount on mortgage of HEAL ESTATE at a Minimut.. Aate of Interest on udequate security 43T OFFICE — ADJOINING HUSlli'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL. BEGA. O 11 SALE QUANTITY of Surplus Furniture. Small Stovo. TWO ALLOTMENTS, Manby'a Subdi vision, Eden, fronting Flindors-st., adjoin ing mscrve for publio buildings. Title, Torrens LARGE ALLOTMENT, frontingOobargo Iload, Quaama, 2a. 2r 24p. TWO ALLOTMENTS at Bortnagui, noxt to Police Station. Apply W. U. BRAINE, Bega. 'UNSEED COMPOUND/' Trade Mai k of Koy'sCompoundEssoncoof Llnsood, Aniseed, Skneoa, Squill, &c., ; The finest remedy...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 July 1900

Baden Powell was once stay ing at a country house whero a con juror was expected to amuse an evening party. At the appointed time ilio conjurer hnd not nrrivi] j and the hostess uppualed to Buden Powell to 'do a turn' to fill up the can: 'B.-P.' stepped modestly on to tli« platform, and announced that lie would try nnd amuso the amlii-nct! with a little amateur con juring pending the arrival of tho professional. In the approved style he began hy nskin» some gentleman to lend a hat. A brand new silk hat was provided. 'B.-P.' -oli-mnly removed the limn', tore oft' the brim and cut the hat up into imiill piece.'. He then asked for n Moorish tray, or some other out landish article, which took a long time to produce, 'B.-P.' filling up the interval with the best profes siuiiiil palter. Having at last got the right soit of tray, heplactd the fragment* of the hat upon it, covered them with a hnndkerehief, and holding up tho tray before the nudience, said, 'Ladies ami gentle men, you havo s...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 7 July 1900

TO DARKEN GREY HAIR. Loosyeb's Sulphur Haib llssTOnBa is tho quickest, best, safest, and cheai-est. Loek ferN keepN off ravages of time, causes Hai to grow. Cheap Largo Bottles. Tuboat Affkction and Uoarskness— All sufferiug from irritation of tho throat and hoarseness will boagrccablysurprised at th« almost immediate roliof afforded by the of 'lliown's Bronchial Troches/' Tau*e famous u lozengos ' are now sutu oy a'tnoflt all respeotablo cbeinists in this ecuutry nt la, l^d. per box. People troubled with a 11 hacking cough,'11 slight cold,' or bronuhial affdciion cannot try them too soon as similar troubles, if ttU lowed to progress result in sorious I'ul* raonary aud Asthmatic affections. See that tho words 'Brown's Bronchial Troohos' are on tho GovernmentStamparouudoach box, Prepaied by JorN I.l3nowN ac Sons, Boston, U.b. t. .ropoan depotf 33 F^^ingdo' Woad London, Knjrland, Advice to Mothebs !— » Aro you broken in your rest by a Biok child suffering with the pain of cutting toet...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 July 1900

TO DAKKBN OBEY HAIB. LoOKTBu'a Sclpucb Eaib RxnonsR is the quickont, best, safest, and cheapest. Lock rer's keeps off ravages of time, causes Har to Kioir. Cheap Lanr* Bottles. ' Throat Attkotio» akii Uoarixhxss— All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarsenesiwill boagTeeablysurprised attbu aimoBt immediate relief afforded by the um of 'Biown'B Bronohial Troches.' Tneae famous ' lnzenges ' are nov wia by a'moit all rospecUbto chemists in this country »t Is, Hd. |«r Dox. People troubled with a ' haeking cough,'' slight cold,' or bronchial afftction cannot try thom too soon as similar troubles, if al lowed to progress' result in serious Pul monary and Asthmatio affoutions. See that tho words ' Brown'' Bronchial Troches' are on tho Government Stamp around oaoh box, Prepared by Jom I.Brown«: Sons, Boston, TJ.b. Eitopean depot, 33 F»'itiKdo« Road London. Rnarland. Advici to M-wh*8si— -A«- yon broken in yonr rest by.asiok child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth? Go at on...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 July 1900

OJTICB HOOKS. Post Office open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Od Sunday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Daily delivery. Sonday axcepted, by letter canier within tbe municipal are* j carrier leaves office at 8 a.m. Telegraph office open from 9 a.m to 8 p.m. Sunday ex-epted. Money Order and Savings Bank Offices open Irom 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (Sundty cepted), and 1 n Saturday tho Savings Rsni is open from 7 to 8 p m for tbo re. coi|)l of deposits only. Private boxus, feo, one Rninea per annum, payable in advance, may b« obtained on ap plication at office, enabling boxholdera to set thoir mail any day, and at any, hour. Letter pillar, Newtown cleared at 6 p.m JA8. W. MoCUTCHEON, Postmuter.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega Post office Time Table. (Corrected to January 14, 1900.) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 July 1900

Itega Post Office Time Tublr. (Ctirr*eui to Jam try M, 1 '.100.) S11ILH ARRIVE FHOJI Stdkkt, overland, via Cooma and Bom bnkn. dal'y, (Snndiy oxcopti'd) 11. SO p.m. STjisrr, per stoamor/l'iiei'ilay and Thnr day, time nnoertain. BitUDwo-w. Aruluen, Moruya. Bodalla, Cobargo, Quaniua, Brogo, daily Suudoy j exceptodl, at 7 p.m. Gooibubk, Cooma, Nimityliclle. Monaro diBtrict, Benibokt and Numbiigg* daily, (Sunday execptod) 11.30 p. m . Tjltdba and Brickyards KeceivinR . Office Tuesday and Tlinrdday, time uncertain. UlUUnlla (via Tathra) ThuHdiy, pof sleaiier, time uncertain. CiSLr.Lo, Mogilla, Katntrnka, Knnoonn .laily, atS.HO. p.m. Towamba, Timbillica, llocky Hall, Catli oart, Wyndliam, (via rambula), Tuesday, Tbnrsday and .Saturday at 8 p in. Edkm, Pambula, Wolnmla, ami Uorim bala, dnily Sunday excepted at 8 r in. Morimbula, via Jo Hat Jelhl, Friday al 7 p.m. Wtrdiuk vi.i Candelo, Sunday anj WcJ nesday at 8.30 p.m. Tmui i.Nol-on'a), and Wapcnirnir, Wod ne.day nnd Haturdny, m B p.m. Bom...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUIET SMILES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 July 1900

QUIET SMILES. Betrayed. — 'Mamma and I are not on .speaking terms,' 'Hjw distressing !' 'Yes j sho went ai.d told Harry that I trimmed all my own hate before we were mnttied.' * ? . . ? For that Matter. — 'The weiither,' said the oldest inhabitant, 'is not what it us-.d to be when I was a boy.1 'For that matter,* commented the flippant young intin, 'the weather is not whnt it was seven months ago.' And the oldest inhabitant could not be persuaded to talk for more than an hour. * ? ? Yet to Uomo — Rpggles : 'Every year the raantifiicturera clai.n to make great improvements in their bicycles, but the most necessary one hns not yet be'enJnvehted.' Jaggles ; 'Wtiat kind1 of a much ine is that V Waggles : 'A pelf-o'eaning one.' As to Thiit.— Teller : 'Pnllera 'is a man you don't meet every day. Jriinahaw : 'He is a man I don't meat at all ; he owe* me £5/ Of Coui-e. — 'Tommy,' said the father to bis precocious fiveyear old son and heir, 'your mother tells me thiit sho Rivus you [lennicH ...

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A Long Nervous Storm. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 July 1900

A Long Nervous Storm. If you ever watr.licxl a dcntuit draw a nerve out nf h tooth, you »ill remember thin-much ii looked like 11 little mip ot yet, wMto cotton thread. How cun ho contctnptiblu a thinv infliut mich n mountain of agony P And wl.v Joch it do it P -DiBoaw!,' tcu kiiv. Ah, unruly, A umpl' and obvious anxwor : yet in what way does tho true norre-fibra, wrapped up and coutod, as it i-, liltu tho wires in a subiiurino cubic, get to be di t4oa*cd ? Yet, nomeh-iw, these soft strings do ho oime fearfully nut -f order, or our fnond M!m Hunt, alluding to tho neuralgia from whiih »h3 onco HufTrred, would not suy, 'Somrtimei I irm nlmoit mmi uith pain ' And that is but ono of many formn of torture imporod on tu* br tho nervon ; yrt without them nerves wo should bo but lumpn of clay lacltiii(f foeliug and power of motion. How ca» wo cure thene dreadful norvo painH ?-. The drug -liop« ub-.und in so-called remedies for tliem. yot ihuy nro only a» hruith to oiul the nir nf a torrid M...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 July 1900

CATHOLIC) Sunday, l&th— Candolo, 0. Bcaa, 1130 Sunday, 22na— Bomboka, 11 Bun-lay, 21th— BoBa, 0. Candolo, 11 JO T, HAMNKTT, P.P.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CAPTURE of DUNN the BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 July 1900

CAPTURE ofDUNN the BUSH RANGER- From 'Bath nest Time*,' t»f Jan. 27, 1800. Writing fioin Dulibo mi the 2nd in-xant, uur'cni respondent siiys : — Your teudem will nmloubt becur imis tii know the full particular' of lliu iluipctrnti! engmciniTii butween flu rut ii t la I I Im r.nli.i.i in Wll inn I may *ny '' wera wounded. Con »i'ibe Hawtlinrnu tmd n liulltt pul Uipmi^I) hit hat, senior cotisUble Elliott received a wound fi\,in a lilow of tin) pintcil Dunn carried, while Dunn liiui-i'lf and M'Hale ueru Imdly .wotiinled, mid both are in a very low Nt'te, neither of them liuing uut of danyer. Subinspect or Hogs;, of this place, sot off this mnrniuj; fur this scene of the affray. From 11 comparison of Elliutt's .iintein-nt with tlial of a i-pnlle- 111:111 just iinived tit Dulib', nn-l who went ox|iresi'y twenty miles out of hit way to Cooiiiunlile to hear tlia fnctH of I hi) case, 1 can vouch f'rtlie pel feet accuracy of the (ollowing information^ Dunn, Thunderbolt, and Co., were in Nnve...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 July 1900

PRESBYTBMAN. Bega, orerr -Sunday at 11 and 7.80 Candolo, tho First Sunday ol oacli month at 8 Wolumla. tho Second Bunday ol oach Month at 8 Kamernka,tho 3rd Suuday in each month at 8 Brogo, tho Fourth Suuday ol oach Month at 8 Choir Praotioo at 8 p.m. every Friday. M. KIRKPATRICK, B.A.

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