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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 July 1900

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. Denham Bros report on July 10:— Batter — Creamory lid, factory 10d to tojd, dairy 9d to 9Jd ; cheo*}— medium 6d to djd ; loaf 5Jd to 6|d ; bacon 5|d to 6d ; potatoes 55s to 60s; onions 75s to 80s; raaizi 2s 6d ; oata-feed 2s 3d to 2s 4d ; tran 9d to 9$d ; chaff 67s Gd to 72s 6d ; eggs. owing to short supplies are firm at 1b 2d to Is 3d ; poultry of all descriptions in goo-* demand. Hill, Clarke and Co. report on 13th inst: Fat pigs^Marlcct rooro lightly suppliod this week and prices firmer for all descriptions Porkers aro selling especially well, better than fee some considerable tiino Prospects are more encouraging than they havo boon. Wo quote— Extr* primo weighty back fats 46s to 62s, prime weighty 39s to 46s, extra primo weighty baconcrs 36s to 39s, good to primo lighter 36s to 37s, light 28s W 34s, best heavy porkers 26s t« 27«, primo lighter 23s to 25s, light 1 9s to 22s, small light 13s to 18a. %\yt Jzwutltfjm PUBUSHKS AT B801 OH WEDNESDAY AND SATURD...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 July 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! Tbat 'its — er — nice day !' That kiea the baronet bestowed on Lady Conyers on Wednesday nigbt. Jersey and his boll, prior to the con cert and comcdy on Wednesday night ; also That the cnUrlninment was, accord ing to the Irrepressible Edward, the beet ever given in tha 'Southern Hemis phere of Australia.' That 'Jersey' admonished all and sundry to roll up to the play 'at oight o'olock sharp as it rizor.' That, judging by the display of enthusiasm on 'Mich' Healey'a return, Bega people are still burning with patriotism and hero worship. That a mild sensation was caused by the circulation of a report tbat tbe returned invalid bad brought back Kruger's head ; but That everyone was disappointed when it transpired tbat it whh only a representation of the 'slim' one's bead on. a Boer coin. -??That -tb« 'Voice trom TathraV Sydney editor- has not yet arrived upon' the soeno. That quite a scare was caused in a local household by the appearance of one of the inuiates armed w...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 July 1900

THIS SPS.CE — IS FOE — ? : A. J. DISHER & CO., — THE — Eli Fill GASH' STORE, — WIIE11E - -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. FIEST DISHAY— Thursday, 7th inst.' c ? $ P/1L1NQ'5 PMN05 7 are far above the many 1 7 common place Instruments X 7 on the market, and MUCH jj , Z CHEAPER. k V Catalogues FREE. 2 C U ?? 1 W Sole Agent* for 5 jf . STEINWAY 2 7 Ah BRINSMEAD 2 ? Up FEURICH 2 Z ^ L.IPP & SOHN & 7 GORS & KALLMANN t 7 UEBEL-ECKE ^T.v * t VICTOR ? YlV 5 Z BELLING & ly ? 3 £ ESTEY ORGANS. 9 C EVERY KNOWN J £ MU8ICAL INSTRUMENT 9 2 STOCKED - * [ Strings and Fittings. J \ W.H.PALINQ&GO, ¥ LiniTED, 2 I 338 GEORGE STREET, 2 ? SYDNEY* : 2

Publication Title: Southern Star
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THE WAR. THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 July 1900

THE_ WAR. THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, Thursday. All the members of Kt-.-yn's late Go vernment have surrendered aad aro persuading him that it is useless to continue the strugsle. Commander De Wot has solemnly sworn tbat he will never surrender. The Boers a,ro now threatening tho Johannesbnrg-Frotoria Railway. ibo rreoch niimstor for Foreign Affairs has banqueted the Boer Fcacc Delegates. Two Kruger's Dorp officials havo been con rioted of damaging the tele graph* lines, and they had their farm houses burned and their property con fiscated. Sixty-five members of the Austra lasian ContingentB were among tbe released prisoners at Pretoria. General French has outlined the schomo of war reserves suitable lor Australia. The Paris 'Le Tempa,' referring to the Australian Commonwealth, says that a great nation has been born, and predicts that Australia will, yet claim absolute independence |or herself.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 July 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. Accoptancos for tho Grnnd National Steoplochaso are — Floator, Tromota, Hayeeod, Honoydew, Eura, Leeway, Cbolsoa, Bookorago, Pirate, Crus* ador, Butter, Mysoro, Mutiny, B.B., Stoereman, Wnllaby, and Rosebud. A private cablo statos that during tho fight at Rustonborg tho N.S.W. Bushmou bohavod with romarkablo nnllrt nf rv Amnn.st tUn rnannltinn woro — Killod : Corporal Murray and Trooper Russell ; eovoroly woundod : Trooper G. Loch (Glon Innes) and Trnopor Finister ; slightly woundod : Captain T. A- McHattio (Bathurst). It is understood that arrangements will shortly bo mado to acoord Mr. Barton a fitting wolcomo on bis roturn from England. A youog man oamod McConnetl, residing at Manly, is suffering from plaguo. In tho Assembly last, night Sir Wil liam Lyne read a cablegram from Mr. Chamberlain, on bohalf of tbo British Governmont, congratulating the Primo Ministers of Australia on tho consum mation of their patiiotio labors in tbe cauao of federati...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 July 1900

Do not forget you can obtain IMPORTED Cigarettes at -Id. per 1D- (hex. aro the well-known CAPSTAN broiid, put Sp by Messrs. W. D. & II. O. WILLS, of ristol, Groat lirit*in

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST CABLES. CHINESE CRISIS. LONDON Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 July 1900

LATESX. CABLES. CHINESE CRISIS. LONDON Thursday. Prince Ida* denies that he is participating In t^e bloodshed at Pekin and says that he did his utmost to pro tect the various foreign Legations. Ho attributes the outrages' to the Boxers rage, who were furious at the destruction . . al the Taku fortB. The continual landiag of allied soioiera nas so iniiamed the JPopulackJ- £ tbat it is impossible for bim to continue to protect foreigners. Another report says tbat ministers and other foreigners are detained nt Pukin under imporial protection. Admiral Seymour reports tbat tho allies ^ are being h rd pressed at Teintsin. Tho Ohinesehave re-occupied tho eastern arsenal, and many Chineso are deserting the Imperial Army and are joining tho . Boxers. . A small Russian force encountered forty thousand Manchn troops, who were marching in the direction of Jehol.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Shearer Shorn. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 July 1900

The Shearer Shorn [For the Soutuern Star.] (By 'Peter Pink.') There woro four of us sitting in tbo littlo ! parlor of the Digger's Rest atTambyong, and tbe sbearor who bad just 'blood' his ohoque bad hardly finiabed tolliog ua tho yarn about bia 'dorg* tbat usod to catch cbickona and place thom in one of tbe C.S.R's. troaole tins, foroo down tbe top and roll it homo, when host Mikoentored with a smilo on hiB ruddy, good humoured faco and said 'If yo'd be after boarin' a good yarn, tboro'a tho man for ye now io ine oar, suro.' oo we anciaod to nave : tbo gontloman in.' ' He came, and ! brought witb him visions of thirty year* I ago, of tbe Turon digging*, indoed of all | the rnshos wbich wero to mako tbe for- I tunes of so many, but proved in many I cases to bo but their ruin. Approacbiug | six foet in height, bo was straight ynt, i although it was ovidont bo was very old. Frank and open, bis faco was wrinkled till tho hollows were as ravines, and tho old eya sparkled witb bumor. Acc...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 July 1900

At the Vigilance Association meeting on Monday night last, Mr. C. J. Cun ningham touched the keynote of a subject that Bhould engage more than the pasaing attention of members ol that body and the community at large. Wo tefer to that gcntleman'a motion requesting the Association to take steps to secure Bega being made the central polling place of oar federal electorate, mac we aro entitled to suob a consideration is quite beyond the domains of doubt, but that we will receive it ia another question, and one fraught with a great deal of uncer tainty. In point of site and popula tion, to say nothing of its productive capabilities, Bega ia — to use a haok neyed metaphor — bead «nd shoulders above other leading 8outh Coast towns, including those on the table land. We must not, however, depend upon this fact alono to aeoure for us this important desideratum, as it is quite on the cards that other plaaes (it is impossible at this stage to say what towns will be our' rivals) will exert stre...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"WITHERED LEAVES" A GRAND SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 July 1900

'WITHERED LEAVES' A GRAND SUCCESS. Tin: concert anil comedy in nid of tho funJa of tlio Catholio Church ami Prcabytnry. came off in tho School ol Arts on Wednesday evening, in the pri'Minca of a orowdi'd houso — a fuel which mimt liove bfen pleasing lo rtlr. Moriarty, who has displayed mora than nstial energy :n ondeavorinx lo win ? ? ? ? A rtrl hiB labors woro not easy, an in an effort of this kind there is always a largo amount of detail work. Uowerur, ns stated, success crowned his effort*, and oono of uh oiiject to work whon hope ful of such a result. Tho niuht was one which vould havo afforded impirn tion to a poet, tho moon shining liriRhtly from tbo clenrost ofskios, and almost asking one, as tho aong Bays, to 'Come and look at tho silvery girl,' otc. Tbo entertainment oponod with nn orchestral itom 'Torqnato Tanso,' given in good stylo -Vbat a lot Hega has to bo thaukful for in its orchestra ; it gives a lono to gatherings of this naturo which, warn it absent, would bo sudly...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 14 July 1900

A boon to Cigarette smokers WILL8* celebrated imported OAP8TAIN ' cigar ettes 4d per packet of 10. - A SPOTLESS . COMPLEXION Sulpuolinx Lotion dears oil all imper fections in a few days. Piraplu, Blemishes, Irritating Objootiouablo Appearances, Rod 3088, RAugbuoas, Tan, Unqomfortabl* Skir Disfigurcmonts, entirely fado away, leaving a beautiful akin Shilling Bottles of Sul choline.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega Post Office Time Table. (Corrected to January 14, 1900.) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 July 1900

ftega Post OlDcc Time Tnlilr. {Corrtelrd to Ja-.tnry U, 1900.) Sidset, overland, via Cooraa and Bom boVs,dai-y, (Hnnday oxoeptud) 11. HO p.m. 8ti-iiet, per steamor,T»oHi\ay and Tliur - day, time nnoertain. Bbmdwoid, Aroluen, Morurn, Bodalla, Cotmrgo, Qnaauia, Brogo, dnily Snaduy cxeoptod), at 7 p.m. Goolburh, Cooroa, Nimltylulle, MonoTo district, Uemboka and Numbagga daily, (Sunday oxcupted) 11.30 p. pi TtTriBi and Brickyards Receiving Offico Tuesday and Tlmriday, time uncertain. Ulladnlla (via Tathra) Thursdiy, por Rtcunipr, iiino Qdcort&in. Cindelo, Mogilla, Kam(.rnka, E»uoona daily, at 8.30. p.m. Towamba, Timbillioa, Rocky Hull, Coth eart, YVyndbam, (via l'ambula), Tuuxday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 p in. EntK, Painbula, Wolnmla, and Merim bnla, daily Sunday exoepted at 8 p ro. XerimboLt, via Jellat JelUl, Friday al 7 p.m. WrnDnm vin Candelo, Rnnday and Wed nesday at 8.30 p.m. Takj» ^ol-on's), and Wnpongnr, WeJ. nesday and Saturday, »i 6 p.m. Bombaj.a. Cathcart, Deleiiat...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 July 1900

CLIPPINGS There are 6800 aborigines in this colony, and a Miss Dixon uigoa further missionary efforts among them, Wild ducks are building their nests in stumps and on high ground in tbe Murray district!, and an ab normally wet season is expected. The grizzlay bear which has occupied one of the pits at tbe Sydney Zoo for the past 13 years, died last week. He was 17 years old. Statements are being continually circulated in England that Victor iac butter is deteriorating in qual ity. The Victorians don't like- it — naturally. During May the Manildra Dairy Factory received 28G2 gallons of milk, and ppid suppliers 4d per gallon. One supplier, milking four cows, received £5 lla 3d. and another, with 6ve cows, £5 4s 8d. Speaking at a recent moeting of shareholders of the Farmers' Co operativo Company, tbe chairman, Mr. M'Millan, said he was proud, and glad to be associated with tbe producing interests of the country, because, «s a public man, the more he got in touch with it the more' prac...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MATTERS FEMININE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 July 1900

M^TTERi FEMININE Sn.KS of nil sorts aro this senson of much pluiner |tnttern than they weio last yeiir. Broochp.s of oyster shell, in irniln tion of morn oxpennive mothoro' pearl, are being worn. For a goi'l bsjure nlwaj-s knej) i the bnck of tho shiiiiltler? fli»t. This finitiir an Dvon n ntmit wnmnn u.*ill not appear unyainly. I To prevent steel brooches and j ornaments becoming rusty, kcup them, when not ia use, in a bus! with ft little powilerdfl starch. At n recent Drawing-Room one nf the mo»t effective drewes worn was n LTPnrn lace embroidered upon lilnck chiffon, the design beinp out linod liy an edging of diamonds. 'Fur white, Htnooth hands,' says nn expert, 'don't l»other ahout croaniM, wiishes, or lotions. VVnsh thnm in hot water, rinso with cold, nnd dry them r'Ughly, and your end will then be attained.' In the United States an associa tion has been formed to protest. BURinst the indiscriminate use nf the feinnle fac« and form in news paper and other ailveatiaeinenta, whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 July 1900

HEALTH, STRRNQTH, ENERGY, Pbweb'o Qoinxm awd Ihom Tomo is bracing, vivifyiLg, sustaininfr, dispahi de proasinn, curbs Indigc«tion, Neuralgia and a'1 aches or pains. Peppor's tho only real shilling Bottles Tonic. Viiriniu DiBcoviitT job thk IIaiii ? If jonr hnir is turning grer or white or /ailing oB nfe tho ?' 11 KXICAN HAIR RKN EWE B, or il will poiitivelj/ restore in every ease -Srcy or Il'hite hair to its original colonr, withont having tho disagrecablo smoll of most ' Re storers. ' It males tbo charmingly hair beautiful, a« well as promoting the prowth of tho hair on balil spots, whero tho glands aro net decayed. Ask yoar chemist for 'Tn« ' Mriican Hair Rkxeivik,' sold by Chemists andPerfumerseverrvhereaiSs. 6d. poi bottle and wholcBBlo depot 33, Farringdon Hosd London, Kngland. -\T ORTGAGE LOAN 8 Mr. C. WTMacleod Has boon requested by LEADING SYDNEY CAPITALISTS to consider APPLICA TIONS FOR LOANS to any amount on mortgage of REAL ESTATE at a Minimum Rate of Interest on adequate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 July 1900

£100,000,000 UNCLAIMED Dowal's Itr.oiiTP.Hr.n Ijft containing namos of 20,000 Familim adycrtiwl for. to olaira Dttipertyand mmioy sinco 17D00 Prico Is. 6d., poft fri;c, 'in. K/ery rnn*1 nnd wo man Hhonld buy tkiH book, an instruction!! aro (riven how to reinvur property froitv Chancery DOUflAL & Cn , «J -'li-iind; London. En?. Ert. 1844 A fortuuu may awnit yon. Thin book can now be ob'nlnod from W. G. Riodt, Adelaido ; Cokdom & Gotcii. Mel. Brixbano; lilo KoiiKRTso.t & Co., Mel., Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane. AT ONUMENTS TOMBSTONES, IN MABBLE, OKAN1TE or FBERSTONK THK BK8T VARIETV — AMn— LAItGEST STOCK in AUSTKALI \ toBoloct flom. Dtttgn and Prictt tulmiUUi frit of Coil. J. HANSOnTnd CO., M- EUZAMETU-STHEr- 'YDE PARK SYDNEY FtoniUBB.— For the teeth and llronth— A few drops of liquid 'Flnriline' sprinkled on b wot tooth-brush produces a ploaunut lather, which tlmronKhly cleanRos tho teoth from all pnrai^itOB or imr.nritic«, hardens tho gitms, prevents tartar, st...

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PARISH OF FAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 July 1900

[?] Thnradar. lMh-NUgara, 11. Bandar, SJnd-Bemboka, 11 H.O. HorUU, 2.80. Sunday, 29th— Tautawanglo. 11, U.O. Candolo I JO Sunday, JMlh-Bamboka. 11, JlogUla, 930, TanU wangloT J. A. MBWTU. M.A., Rootor

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 July 1900

IIEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE. THE FAMOUS REMEDY FOR COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION. HAS THE LARGEST SALE OF ANY CHEST MEDICINE IN AUSTRALIA. Tlio«e who hnvo Ukim this medicine are amnod at lta wondorlul infiuonee. BnHorom from any form of Bronchitis, CoURkiDifDoulty ol BreathinR, Hoarseness, Tain or Soreni-M Iu thn I'hiM. n.|iuriiiiico doliitlitlnl »nd irnmmliato relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on tho Ghost it U invnlnahle, ns it oftnets n Oomploto Ouro. It is most comforting iu i.ll..; in,: iiritiitiini in the tlnnat, and Kiting strength to tho voice, and il neither allows s- Cough or Asthma to become chronic, nor Consnmpliou to develop. Consumption has never liwn l.im.vn to i.xint whero ' Coughs' liavo been proporly troatod with this medicine. No houne nhonhl b« without it, an, lakon at the biginning, a do«o is gonerally RotBciunt, nnd it eiimiilulH ouro Ik certain. ' ? ' ' PIIEPABED ONLY AND SOLD WHOIjESAI.K AND UKTAIIi BY TUB PROPBIKTOB, VA-G. HEARNE, CHEM...

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 July 1900

OATHOIJO Sunday, 32nd- Bemboka, 11 Son-Uj, S9th-B«ga, 8. Ondalo, 11.80 T. UAHNKTT, P.P.

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A Long Nervous Storm. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 July 1900

A Long Nervous Storm. Is you ever watched a dontist draw a nervo out of a tooth, you will remember how much it lookod like a Httlo miip of wet, whito ootton thread. How can so contoniptiblo a thing infliot «uch n mountain of agony ? And why docs it do HP 'Dinoaso,' you my. Ah, Barely, A * imple and obviouu aniiwer; yot in what way doos tho true, norvo-fibro, wrapped up and coated, ai it in, like the wiros in a Bubmarino cablo, got to bo di soawdr Yet, Romeh-iw, theao soft strings do bo como fearfully out of order, or our fnond Miu Hunt, alluding to tho neuralgia from which aha onco suffered, would not Bay, 'Sometime* I wot almost mad with pain.' And that ia bat one of many forms of torturo imposed on as br tho nerves; y»t without theeo norves wo should be but iumps of clay luoking feeling and power of motion. How can we cure these dreadful narvo pains ? Tho drag nbops abound in Bo-called remedioa for them, yot they aro only aa brolth to oool tho air of a torrid summer day. Tho real ...

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