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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

EVENTS TO COME. Boua School of Arts Duuatliitf Club meets ei'ery nltunuto Friday Ladle*' LodKo u( tho U.U.O.O.'. meets Thursday fortutljlitty Loyal Frlnco Allro.l Loilijo, 51. U., moots on Mon day. voning Star' LodKc, I.O.O.F., muct* on Muliday Masonlo Lodge, DogA mueln on Socottd Tauiday la BegaA.,P.«nd 11. Society's Cotnmltteo meeta Dr»t Tueiilay ol tlio month. FlritTuos.lay In each month. Council Good TdtnpUrd moot overy Tnusdny Commoa9TrustcoK.ncetlnHtTucBduylnoacli month Hoipltal Camrulttuo incuts Socoo.i Wodnuaday In Boffa nunovilcnt Society mcota accond Tucaday Iu each mouth School of ArtaCominlttoe moots Pint Thunday In rlnfonwilloniitittnl torn Stcrttarit,}

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eden-Bega Railway Meeting. A LEAGUE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

Eden-Boga Railway Meeting. A' LEAGUE FORMED. The mooting, cnn»i-ned by the Mayor, Mr. Bland, in renponto to a requisition, for the pnrposo of reviving tbo agitation for tho Eden- Boga railway, catno ofl in tho School of Arts on Wednesday night ln»t. The following briou prnsont : Mo.st'. ttlunri (chmr). a 1 J.'oll, Ll. (J. T. Cowdrny. W. Sroll. W. J. Mootbond (Woluml'i) J- E Jnikson, Filmor, W. Rixon C. J. Onnningham. J. D'Aioy iun. J. J. Ritchin, E. C. Watson, W. buff, \V. A. Smith. II. McVuigh. J. Underbill, A. Ritchio, W. M. Uoatdman, H. l'oaico. Clavo, J. Scale, E. O. HniBi'innnn, J. E. I.iwaon, U. A. Car ruthors, and P. W. Torlinton. Mr, Ulsnd road tbo requisition calling the mooting, aftor which ho delivered a trenchant uddrnss, in which be oxpressed himself us being thoroughly in accord wi'.h Iho objflct o! tht mnotuig. As most of tho residents of thn district woro uwaro. tho acitutiou fur the Edon ll-mi railway first commoncodsome fifteoo or sixtuou yoars ago, uud siuco that ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LETTERS to the EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

LETTERS to the EDITOR Sir.— In reply to Mr. G. H. Bow thorn's letter, which appears in to-days issno of tho 'Candelo and Eden Union,' wherein ho acouios Mrs. Clyuick of 'proposing to roturn bis subscription,' for his enlighteumont, and also that of tbe publio gonerally, I dBsire to state that such an accusation if-» deliberate and wilful falsehood, and without any foundation whatever. Moreover, the 'movot' dooies having apologised I chdllengo oithor Mr. Eowthorp or any othor person to prove that Mrs. Clynick proposod tha' such a course should be adopted. Such feoble, watery oSorts to oast tbo blame upoD inuocont persous sro, to say tho least, both pitiful and oon tomplible in the oxtreme. Personally, I bavo no intention of hiding my part behind tho majority of tbe elevon sub scribers, as I am qaito capable of taking my own part; and of aoting ou the defensive against tbe malicious and lying attaoks which bavo been made against mo and mino in this caso ; and this I intend to do, what...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

WinDiso and othor rings made to order on the shortest notice at Green's, opposite Pout Office, Bega. Prioos tiro the lowest.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

Rkvolutioh in tho tobaooo trade. W. !)? and H. O. Wills' imported CAPSTAN Ci garettes aro now Milling nt id per paoket of 10. Foit Wndding Ringa and Keepers go to A Muellor, who makes them on the Premises ; from 7/0' to £2, inbkiog only, ?I/IS biehestfiuiiih guaranteed. Specimen of work ou viow iu his window.* FLoniLisB.— For tho tooth and Ureath— i I fow drops of liquid 'Plorilino' sprinkled on a ! wot tooth-brush produces a ploasaut lathei. ! wbioh thoroughly cloanaos tho toeth from all i paraiiitos or impuritios, hardens tho gums. I prevonts tartar, fltops decay, gives to the tcotb . a peculiar pearly whitoncss and adelighlfui fragrunoo to tho breath. It romo\es all un pleasant odour arisiug from decayed teeth oi tobacco smoke Tho Fragrant Floriliuo, l,o ing compose.1 in part of honoy and swoot horbs is delicious to tho taste and tho great est toilet discovorv of the ago . Prico 2s 6d of all Chemists and Perfumers. Wholosalo dopol, 33, KurriuKaou lioi,d I^ondou IJnK aud.

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LATEST CABLES. THE WARS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

LATEST CABLES. THE WARS. ' LONDON. Thursday. The Chinese float is concentrating in the China Soa, and tbe Who Sung forts aro being strengthened. Tbe Chinoso at Tointsin dotainod threo Russian military instructors, lompelling them to work their gunB. 1 many £,uropoan« nave been seen i working tbe Chinese guns at Tiiit ein. The Chineso have burned tbo wurehoUBes of Russian merchants n; Kalgau, and damaged property to tho vxteut of £1,1GU.OOO. L rd Roberts reports that 1.500 Boors, with five guiiB, broke through tho British cordon near Bnthleiui. Ibo Hriti^h infantry ptirniiing tbx j enemy iu all direction:). ; Tmii|ior Liuilloy, »f :ho Australiuu I Bu-hinon, hns di*ci-v--red lort-e qunn | tities of nuiinutiitiun.' aud rillus buried ; at Puanleburg. . The British repulsed the Boers ac Geuoral Carew's pusitiou near Pre toria. The enemy tost heavily, and the British casualties' 'wore seven killed and twenty of tho Royal Irish Dragoons and othur troops misting. General Hamilton ' ia ooir ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS 8YDNEY. Fridnv. Tho Melbourne 'Argus' says thnt it cannot imagino that a ningls federalist will object to tho choice of Sydney for tho imiuguration of tho Oommnowonlth, nor will nny protost bo mado if tho Qnvnrnor-Qoneral senas mr mr. isnrton to form tlio Urst Federal Gnvernmont. Kven if Mr. Barton weio not available, I be Pro miership would ho uuurudgiugly conceded to Now South Wules by tho other colooios In tho Assembly yostorday, tho l'romior, Sir Willinm Lyno, suid he would piohably intrndiico a I'M during tho prosont Parlintnnn' tn pro vent mombero of our Lojiishuuro also ocoupying seals in tho Federal Par liumont. Tho Ournuratiuu Act Auiendmont Bill passed its eocand reading nn tho voicos. A proposal to i«for tho question to a soloat coin tnittoo was no*ativod. John Latnbard, a paisoopor by tbo Northern train, was retnavod from tho carriage at Armidale, and diod in tho waiting room. Lord Hopotoun will lonvo fur Aus tralia on 5-h Octi-bor. Flo intends to mnko n...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

\TARR1AGE NO TICKS 3b., inuluding il.l o.ipy of paper. Births, ?_-«. Cd. Deaths. 2s. Cd. per inch. In Mnmnriam. .1... r.r in,.h. Advertisements of travelling computnm o*sh in advance. rUDLIfUKD AT BKOJL OS WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 'Bk ju.t, and fear njt: let all tlio ends thou aim'nt at bo thy country'*, thy God'H, and truth'n ' SATURDAY, JULY 21. 1000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

IvENTISTRY F. G. HEADY — witr/— VISIT CANDELO SATURDAY AND MONDAY, JULY 21 and 2b. Permanent Address : — CAItP-ST., ISEGA.

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WHY I NEVER MARRIED [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

WHY I NEVER MARRIED rCoKTuniBn.l The Hrsl ?jlanco of thnso lienm ing^ eyes C'UmgiI an iculescribnhle thrill to pn.ss thrnugh my frame ; the xecoml caused my heart to fleo away and seek fur refuge in her hosnm ! Dick's rough salutation roused me. I started vehcniuntly, and stared vacantly at hU muihI, ^uod tempered fuce. 'What's iho mnttor?' lm said, laughing : 'you are not ill, iin- you ?' 'ill 1 No— no, I don't iliink s». I f«el rather queer, but I'm not ill. Tell me, there's a good follow, who is she ? Do you know her ?' 'Her ! what 'her' do you mean V nikcd Dick, in fc»tal duninc of Limlley Murray ; 'whnt an oddity you are, Ariolphus ; wlio has charmed your senses away ? Which U the ynuni; woman, eh ?' Ymirg woman 1 Tho term grated upon my nerve.'. That beautiful houri to be cilled a yoimu' woman in that careless tone. It \m almost moru than I could bear. 'Young woman,' I repeated, indignantly ; 'she's a perfect angel V ?1 don't doubt it,' replied Dick, laughing more heartily, or...

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WOLUMLA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

WOLUMLA. [Fuom our Correspondent.] TnK usunl monthly meeting of the local Progress Association was held in tho School of Arts on Friday ovoning last, the presid ent, Mr. H. A Bennett, occupying tho olmlr Tho following correspondenco was presented:— (1) From Mr. Bathgato, ac knowledging rccoipt of communication as to road mattors, and promising to havo samo attended to; (2) from tho I.S.N. Co., in reply to Association's application for roduo tion in freights betweon Sydney aud ulerim bula, to the effect that tho freights wcro now back to tho old rates ; (3) from Mines Dopartment, through Mr. Clarko, iu roply to renewed application, stating that as tho mining business at Wolumla wa3 trifling, the Minister could not bco any justification for establishing a court and appointing a warden's clork ; (4) from tho PoalTil Depart ment. through Mr. Clarko, stating that the application for now post office- buildings would bo reported upon by the Chief Inspec tor, who would shortly bo visiting t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

TllBOiT AfrECTIOM AND MoiBi'KHKIIH— All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will bo ag-roeably surprised at tho almost immediate relief afforded by the u.4 of 'Hrown'a Bronchial Troches.' Tooae famous 'lozenges' are now sola by s'most sll roBpoctab.'e chemists in this country at Is, l(d. ytt box. l'eopli troubled with a ' hsckinR ooujfh,'' alight cold,' or bronuhial affsution oannot try thorn too soon as similar troubles, if al lowed to progress result in soriouR Ful' monaiy and Aathmatio affoctionn. See that the words 'Brown's Bronchial Troohes' are on the Government Stamp around each box, Prepaied by Jock I. Brown a: Sows, Boston, U.fct, E^ropeaB depot, 33 F»'!nirdc-» Hoad London, Kntrlaod. Advice to Motiiebb I— ,Aro yon broken in your rrst by a sick child Buffering with the pain of ontting terth? Go al onco to a ohem Ut and get a bottle of Mus Winblow's Sootu iho Svbdp. It will reliovo tbo poor sufferer immediately. It is porfoctly harmless and pleauant to tast...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

38 roiNTa of rain fell in Boga ou Wodueaday night. A Tumut cticketor. is in disgrace through bribing an aboriginal bowler to bowl him *»oft stuff.' Oveii two inubes of snow Ml in Bum hala on Monday last, whilst Kiaadra boasted uiuo inches. Mn. E. Royds. of Braidwond, has mot with a serious accidunt tbroagh being thrown out of bis buggy. Mb. W Caki'E.nter loft for Sydnov last weok with about 12(1 rat bullock* fur the Sydney markets. Mr. Carpenter also took away a fow cowa. . Tub death is announcod of Mr. O. M. McAdoo, the organizer aod manager of McAdoo's famous Jubilee Singurs, who Tiaited Uega several ynara ago. In the Candelo Tonnid Club's Tourna ? tnent, the ladies aud Rentlemou'a Doubles wero woo by Miss L. Uricht and Mr. Laao, who dofeated Mne N. Duuu aud Mr. Thompeon. Ry Ihe 'Catholio Pro»«' we see that Miss JoBophiuo Currau, daugbtor ol Mr. John Currati, of Boga, recontly won a silver medal for a puzzle, competitiou given by that paper. Tiik addilioas to tbe Central Hotol aro...

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Bega Post Office Time Table. (Corrected to January 14, 1900.) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 21 July 1900

Bega Post OOlcc Time Table (Corrtetei to January 14, 1900.) HAILS XBBITE IT.OV Stdkx*, overland, via Cooma and Bom boVa, daily, (Sunday executed) 11.30 p.m. 8TPRXT, per stoamor, Tuesday and Thurs day, time uncertain. BuiDwoiD, Araluen, Alornya, Bodalla, Cobargo, Quaaiua, Brogo, daily Suuduy oxcepted). at 7 p.m. Godxbubn, Cooma, NimityittlJo, Monaro district, Uomboka and Nnuibngga daily, (Suuday excopted) l!.3O p. in T«nBA and Urkkyards Receiving Office Tuesday and Thur. daj, time uno'tain. Ulladnlla (via Tathr.i) Th.iMhy, per stca^ifr, timo uncertain. Cascelo, Mogilla, Kamt-rnka, Knniioiiia daily, at 8.30. p.m. Towamba, Timbillicu, Rocky Hull, Cath. cart, Wyndham, (vii I'ambula), Tuesday, Thursday and .Saturday at 8 p m. Edkh, Painbula, Wolnmla, and Merim bnla, dailv Sunday cxcejitcd nt 8 j. in. Morimbula, via Jellat Jellat, Friday ut 7 p.m. Wykdiuk vin Candelo, .Sunday nnd Wed nesday at 3.30 p.m. TiKjA (Nelson's), and Wapongae, Wed nesday and Saturday, at G p.m. Bomuu, Cathcart, De...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

TnnoAT ArrxcrxoN and Hoir-bxhs— Al suffering from irritation of tho throat and hoarsoness will boagrceablysurprined at th« aimost immediate relief afforded by the u.e of 'Brown** Bronchial Troches.*' Tnune famon* ' ln2CDgo*' are now «oiii i-y a'mmt all respectable cheunsts in this country at 1b, l|d. per box. Pe»pi*» troubled with a 'hacking cough, slight cold,' or bronchial affection cannot try thom too soon as similar trouble*, if al low**! to progress rosult in *oriouti Pul* monaiy and Asthmatic affcction*. See that the word* ? 1 Brown's Bronchial Trochoa* * are on the Government Stamp around each box, Prepaicd by .Tor* I.Brown & Sows, Boston, U.b. European depot, 33 F^^ngdo*' Koad London, Rutland. Manufacture# rovalcs oc Cosscts PO FRENCH PD CORSETS § Standard High-Class CORSET Trade through out the WORLD. Awarded the . . . Highest Honors Principal Exhibi during the Dast As tlioo Celebrated Cortetttre Ifcs. ©xtemiTely imitatod in maket of inforlor quality, purchaaer* sho...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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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 — 25 July 1900

Ilegu I'oit Oince Time Talilr.j {Oorrietrd lo .fa . ltaiy M, 1900.) MAILS ARR1VR FKOM | Stdmf.t, ovorlond, via Cooma aud Bon) hokn, daily, (Sunday exoopted) 11.8ft p.m. * Stdnky, per stoatner, Tuesday Am) Thurs day, timo unoertain. Braiuwo'Ui, Aralueii, Moruya, Bodalla, Cohargo, Qnaatua, Brogo, daily Sund»y excepted), at 7 p.m. Goolbukh, Cooma, Nimityhellc, Mouaro district, Bemhoka and Numlmgga daily, (Sunday oxcepted) 1 p.ra ?? Tatiika and Hriekyards Hecyivmg Oftlce Tuesday and Thur.-day, timo uncertain. UlladulU (via Tathra) Tlmmdty, por sicauer, time uncertain. Canlki.o, MogilU, Kameruka, Kanoona daily, atH.HO. p.m. Towaiuba, TimbllHcn, I'ocky Hall, Cath cart, Wyndham, (vi;* Pambula), Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3 p tn. Kukk,* IVimbnli, Wolumla, nnd Meriui bula, daily Sunday excepted at H p in. .\!«rimbula, via Jellat Jcllut, Friday at 7 p.m. Wvhmiam via Candelo, Sunday and NVed ncsday at 8.30 p.m. Takja (NeUou's), and Wapeiigne, Wed midday and Saturday, at fi p.m. UoMitAi....

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A Long Nervous Storm. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

A Long Nervous Storm. Ip you over wnichetl n iletitinl drnw a tiurvo out of n loath, you will remember how much ii looked like a Jittlo nnip of wet, whito cotton thread. How onn ho contoinptihlc n tiling1 inflict *uch n mountain of ngotiy ? And why does it do il f you nay. Ah, Hurvly, Aiinipltund obvioun tinxwur; v«'t in what way doe* Hm truo nerve-fibre, wrap|»cd up and touted, fin it i-, like tho wirett iu a nubinariuo cuble, gut to bo di sensed ? Vet, floiooh'iw, those m-ft strings do ha come fearfully out of ordrr, or our friend Mta Hunt, rtlJudinjc to the ocuntJ^m from which fdu onco Hiitfi'rcd, would not Htty, '.S'owirfiW# / tvat almmt mad trith Aud tlmt !b but ono of many form* of torture imposed on uh br the nerve* ; y«'t without these nerve* wo tthould bo but lutiipd of clay lacking feeling and power of motion. How can we cure themj dreadful nnrvo pain*? Tho drug tjhopN abound in so-callcd remedies* for them, yet thuy aro only a* broith to cool the air of u torrid summer da...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

EVENTS TO COME. Oc?.n School of Arti Debating Club meets every ultimate Fri-liv Laiiio*' Lo-!-(d o! t ha G.U.O.O.®'. meets Thannlay fortnightly Loyal l*riucr? Alfred Lodgo, 51. U., meets on Mon ?Uf. venlnt* Star' Loiltfo, I.O.O.F., moots on Montlay Masonic Lodgo, Uog.a meets on Second Tuesday In each month. Boga A., P. and II. Society's Committoe meets first Tuesday ol the month. FirstTaoaday in each month, Coancil Good Tumplars moot evory Tuesday Commons Trustees meet last Tuusday In each month hospital Committee meets Soeond Wednesday in each month Beqa Ronomlent Society moeta second Tuesday in each month School of Arts Committee meets First Thursday In o&oh month ItnforwiatUtniHrlttdfromSecretarU*)

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Durhams v. Jerseys. A[?]REPLY TO MR. WILLIAMS, OF TARRO. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

Durhams v. Jerseys. A REPLY TO MR. WILLIAMS, OF TARUO. ( From the. Agricultural (hurtle. J [By D. Hyam.] In his paper, printed in the May liumbei of tho 'Gazette' from tho 'Maillatid Morcury,' Mr. Williams contrasts the Jersey breed with the Durhams to tho utter disid\antago of the former, in so for as their morns as a milking strain oi oows aro oonoerned. I would now ask breeders of dairy onttlo, boforo ao eopting Mr. Williams' i/ic/it as gospel truth, to hear the other side of the question. As a broodtr of Jerseys, my experience oxtondB over the last fifteen years, und during that period I have hud under obser vation, both in factory to.-ts and in South Coast and Sydney Shows, most of tho other dairv breeds. I feel, therefore, that I can speak with more than ordinary assurance upon the relative merits of tho vari iua breeds of milkers. I notice that Mr. WiiliamB speaks oi. ly in general terms ; ho oites no tosts in support | of his contoutious. In travorsing his statements tho fig...

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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF JULY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

CHURCn SERVICES. MONTH OF JULY. CflURCH OF ENGLAND st. John's cRoacn naoa. Sunday, 20th— Rega II and 7.80. Tanja, 8 Thursday, 8 p.m., Choii practice F. BE VAN, B.A.

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