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WHY I NEVER MARRIED [CONCLUDED] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

WHY I NEVER MARRIED [ CbNCtDDkD.1 AnhiiiII, but luxuriously furnished ilruwina-ioom with rose colored chnir* and couches ; rose colored blinds half drawn, citusinga charm ing subdued light ; mirrors mi all *i-?e i ; elegant vnse-i filU'l with tare exotics wntcn perlunieo me iiliiiui phere ; glitteriiii; chandeliers ; soft Turkey carpet; such wiim the lairy like apotinent into which I wns ushered by a page the next after noon. It'-'cliiiino on a velvet couch in ii cornet of the room where tbe lit'ht wns tbe nio't Mll'dncd, was my eiichantiess, Seraphinn, attired in a I'lue muslin ilress with rich trimmings of hice. A tiny pink n i i I per peeped fiom beneath tbe multifiirioiis. fold* of her dress; her Imir appeared to be lnnre golden, more wavy, moro ubuudiint than on the pluvious evenin-; ; and yet iiiuro tiansceii'iently beauti ful win the mixture of roses nnd lilii-j. which bloomed nil her face. She welcomed me with a smile, nml extended her white hiin.l, adorned with glittering j...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARISH OF KAMER[?]KA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

PARISH OK KAUXBCKA Sunday, 29th— Tantawangio, 11, U.G. Candolo 7.30 J. A. NKWTH, M.A., Roctor

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

THE GATHEREE. 'I AM but » B«'h8r-'r »..rt ili-pn-Bl of other man's -tuEf '— IIVfAvi JJow (lie news of the ninsancre of the foreigners at tile L»gntiniiR lins come to Imiirf, Hint from the meagre details nlfnrdod it BeiMiiu I lint the mot) fought like heroes till dis cipline wns ctiqiicrHrt by numbers tinii the 'Fnu 0 Kwei,' or foruign devil, wns hntriml into plcrnity by the slush of ti (li'itdly knifu Stiiilt n spirited renistimco will ilo more lo sober (be 'Hunt' ( linn n crushing defeat by n'gtibir troop?, for it will show bim l hut the dogged pluck of tho white mnn is us- peculiar lo tho civilian and the Irmlur as to tho paid fighting man. However, tho gallaut defence of the Legations will ever bo an uvmit to point lo with pridi' by all tbe nations whoso sons piirticipntt'd iu that glorious strug gle. T,.«v an' truly worthy of tbe title 'Heroes all.' A writer in tho 'Ijondi-ii Daily Telegraph' snid, a few yen is ago, that the lirilish public Wins most of its geogtaphy ihrougb mod...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

CATHOLIC Bun lay, 29th— Boga, 9. Candolo, 11.80 T, HARNETT, P.P.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

p 0 A ' R D E R S 'VACANCIES for BOAKDERS nt W. T. BAKKK'S. Situation plmnaiit, anil handy to bu»ineM pljicen E ? D T C A L DURING my ahpenco from Bega, my work will bo carrlod on by a local tenons, inc. FOKinci;, wlio may bo consulted nt my renidonoo 01 nnd nfter tljia dny. J. MARSHALL. Boga, 0th April, 1900. Jg EGA-EDEN RAILWAY LEAGUE THE ADJOl'RNHD MEKTING of ?Membora and intending Members 0f the abovo League, will bo hold THIS EVKN- I lN'G, WEDNESDAY, 35th JULY, at 7.30, 1 at tho School of Arts BU3INESS — 1 — Elcntinn of Office™. 2— Adoption of Rule*. E. I. PKLL. IUn. Sue. pro ^nii. JgKflA A., P. and II. SOCIETY ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, Next Thursday, 28th July, At half-paat 2 o'clock p.m., At tho SCHOOL OP ARTS, BEGA. JOHN UNDERBILL, Soorotary JgEGA DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING, THURSDAY, 26th JULY, at 7.30 p.m., At tho SCHOOL OF ARTS, BEGA. JOHN UNDERHILL, Secretary. pREIilMJHARY NOTICE THE ANNUAL CONVENT . . BALL And CINDERELLA VirX DE It ELD OX 10th and 11th S...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

PRESBYTERIAN. Baga, every 8uuday at 1 1 and 7.30 Oandolo, the First Randay ot each month at 8 Wolumla, the Sooond Sunday of oach Month at 8 Eamoruka, the 8rd Sunday In each month at 8 Brogo, tho Fourth Sunday of oach Month at 8 Choir Praotioo at 8 p.m. overy Friday. M. KIRKPATRICK, B.A,

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

siiHUits. ORDERS for these are now being booked j .by Somo.-set Nursory Agent for Bega. | W. H. BRAINE. ?gEGA AMATEUR MINSTREL CLUB. A MEETING of MEMBERS and IK TENDING MEMBERS of tho abovo Club will bo held 111 tho School of Artfl THIS EVENING (Wednesday) at hulf-past 7.. i G. E. BROOKS, hoii. see. rjl H A N ' K S. MR. and MRS. JAMES KIKKLAND, Family, and Helntiven dosire to return Hincero thanks to oil who oxtond-d sympathy to them in thoir lata bereavement canaed by tbo death of Private Wilfred Kirkland, from onterio fever, in South Africa ; ttlo to tlioso who exerted tliemBclves to aacortam tho truth or otherwise of hid demiao.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

SlM'ciul .Advei'tlHCinciiU. F. A. ORMISTON, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, CARP-STBEET, BEGA, («r \R vitM' oim'ositr i'i»st OFnriij BKOS to tmmiuuoo that ho has oiiim(?ed nn MANAGER of hii CM I'-M I3TKV BUSINESS, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), (Lato of Loading KstiibliHhuieiits in Hydnoy and Gotilburn.) HAVING ADDED EXTENSIVELY TO HIS STOCK, ho in in a position to SUPPLY THE W A VTS OF CUSTOMERS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs and Chemicals. Country Orders promptly attended to. SPECIAL CAUE GIVEN TO ORDERS BY POST. J^ENTISTKY MR. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP-STRKKT, BEGA, Opposite School of Art*. t$3- CROWN AND BRIDGE WOltK A SPECIALITY. rLIjA W A U.RA STEAM NAVI 1 GATION COMPANY. A STEAMER WILL LBAYB SYDNEY «rory MONDAY and WED NESDAY at noon EDUS every WiJDMHSDAY at S a.m., vid SATURDAY, ii a.m. MKRIMBULV, overy WKDNK3D AY, at U.30 a.m., and SATUltDAY nt 7.30 a.m. TATHUA, ovory WKDtf K-SDA.Y at i 1 a.ra and SATUtl...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

Published on 'Wednesday and Saturday. Kcffiaterud at tho Uoueral Post Oflico, Sydney, for Lransnitaion by Post an a Nowspaper. ItiiHiiiCNN Directory JOHN COLLIN, ARTISTIC TAILOR, -;iiurcli-Ntr-M'(, Rvkii, ADJOINING TIIK 1UNK HOTEL. Material and Workmanship OUAUANTEKI). PROMPT ATTENTION to ORPKItS. ti' Call and Inspect Patterns. JpEPAIRS A SPECIALITY A. MUELLER, - PRACTICAL — WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER in every detail to the trade, IJ9TCARI' - STREET, BEGA. lliilancu stuffs, Cylinders, PiuionH, Vorfron, Jewel Hole*, in fact, everything connoeted with WuIclii'M, Cloeki*. and Jowellcry, iikil fnlly repaired, and replaced with tho utmost despatch. rjillE OHAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of ChriHt*H Hospital and the University of London (Find Div. Certificate), and ccr oertificated by the University of Melbourne, , La to 8enior Assistant Master at Eton (Q). TERMS and all information may be ob tained on application. *yjy Evening Classes, Shorthand ^ Classes, and Private Tuition fo...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

A- little diversity of opinion exists in tbe community as to whether a railway to Eden or a tramway to Tathrn would better serve the people of the Bega district. The thought of rail communication has been for many years cherished by residents of Bega and other localities in the vicinity of the proposed line. Strangely enough, tbe idea of a railway originated at Oandelo, whioh was in those days a very pushing centre, and at one time bade fair to leave the mother town of tho south — Bega — in the background. And, stranger still, in those days people were more hopefnl of seeing the 'Iron Horse' going to and fiom tho Bay than they appear to be to day. Witness in proof thereof the 'Railway Junction' Hotel at Wolura la and tbe buying of blocks of land around Eden by Bega people. And why the residents of the present time aro not more oagor and hopeful for this consummation than wore tho Noilloyn, the Gordons, and tho hosts of others who, fifteen years ago, carried tho cry of a railway to K...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

SYDNEY;MAUKET REPORT. Hill, Clarko &;Co. report on 19th in*t : — Fat pigs— Sinco report of the 12th in- tho market has again been very heavilv supplied 4% wero ponnod on Friday, 1,655 *on;Tuo«. day, and -184 in Wednesday, making n total of 4,665 for thrco days. Back-ftits— fluctuations havo been in evidence regard ing mis marxei, ana on the wholi-, values 1 have reduced, result* not being as gratifying I us Ihoee of the previous week. Bacon.-rrf— A verj regular tone hurt prevailed sinrc our ' last report, which wits especiailv notiocable J at Tuesday h hhIcs, wheu values in mhiio instances wer«i very good iudcod. IVrk'TS, j The supply brought forward on Friday, tho | l«Jth, wiiu somewhat heavy atid in excess of : requirements. Stores— In good demand and ' sales wero effected a* better values. Since ; our last report wo havo Mid 700 pigs, in- | chiding 197 from tho South Coast, at top ! prices. j Tho Farmers* Co-operative Company j Limited, report on 21et inst:— Butter, Sgool...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Southern Star" Indian Famine Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

'Southern Star' Indian Famine - Rand. All subscriptions received by us will be acknowledged under this. heading and for warded on to headquarters. Tho following amounts havo been ieceivcd to date: — Amount nrovioysly aoknowledgod 1 19 2 Balanco from a eocial ? 0 0 6 Additional donation frt*n Schol ars of Spring Vale Public School : Agnos Lawler,. Leo Lawler Is eaoh ; Maud, Mary. Delilah and Katio Kirwin, Gdeach; Monica, Patrick, Plautilla, Colestino, and Columba Lawler, 7d oaob ? 0 5 9

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN IDLE MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

IN IDLE MOMENTS. [ny DOHP-tfuy.] It is proposed to call tho various fedoral electorate* after uborigitml names. If tr.is is the capo the commonwealth of Australia bids fair to eclipse all other countries in 'he matter of erratic names, not oyon excepting China or the Transvaal. How would 'Rumginanbaeoy' do for our own elector ate? Tho Premier announces that tho provi sions of tho Council Reform Bill permit of wemen ratepapors exercising thn franchise, although it precludes them from holding offioo under tho Council. This proviso should get rid of the many 'old women' now sitting on the Council, nnd who rendered themselves so obnoxious to the few energetic spirits who were endeavoring to eradicate tno plaguo. But 'Bohemian'' is sorely afraid that this now law. like many of tho old ones, will be only law in. name and not iu utfect. Shades of Kin# Billy ! What has como over our dusky countrymen down Gilgandra I way. Evidently the surfeit of bloodshed iu South Africa and China i- having...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

BEMB0KA. (From our Correspondekt.) The settling over the recent Bemboka sports meeting took place at Silk's Colombo Hotel on Wednesday night last, the proceedings waxing very enthusiastic, and was in stroog contrast to the tameueas of tbe day's sport. Nominations for the tenm* tourna ment, promoted . by Mr. G. D. Williams, the energetic secretary of the Bemhoka club, are still rolling in, and tho com petition'' promises to- bo very keen. Sixteen nominations bave already been received, and the handicaps will appear in k.fe'w.days. Tho Bemboka Jockey Club will bo a thing of tho post, us it is proposed to call a meeting with the intention of dishandiug the club. It is also pro posed to present Mr. G. E Ward, J.P. with Borne token of the esteem in which he is held by the members, he havingoccupied tho position of president for 35yoars. Mr. D. Allan, tbe popular secretary of the olub, will also have his sorvices recognised. Perhaps readers of the Southern Stab will appreciate the relatio...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WARS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

THE WARS. LONDON. Monday. ? A detachment of Boers, with several Kn'n8, were repulsed by the Dublin. Fusiliera and Irish Yeomanry near Heidelberg:. The Russians have occupied tbe Lika arsenal north of Tientsin. Tbe Corean troona encountered a Chinese force on the frontier. The Russians repulsed a Chinese attack on Neichwatig. The Obinese authorities admit that it will be poBaiblc to communicate with Pekin within three days. Tho telegraph officials are threatened with death if they make any disclosures in regard to the massacres. , . Diplomatists believe the seorecy in regard to the fate of tho Legations is deaigaed tp foster international jeal ousy. Tbe Ruasians defeated four thous and Chinese r.nd captured forty guns at Aiguu. Au Imperial Rusnian ukase pro claims a state war in 8iberia, Eastern Turkestan, and Semiriobenak. Tbe panic at Shanghai ha9 been allayed owing to thk decision of Great Britain to hold 3000 troops ready to proceed from Hongkong.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LETTERS to the EDITOR BEGA-EDEN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

LETTERS to the EDITOR BEQA-EDEtf RAILWAY. Sir,— I am gUd to see tbat some result has come from jour articles on tbo above subject, and, perchance, from my pre* vious letter to you : & meeting bating been held and a lnaguo formed. But BUcb a meeting ! I* must bavo nearly made tbe *angela weep. Where, oh I where, were the Ottone, Wooda. Wrens, Allan*, D'Aroys, Kirby®, Brittens, and tbe buodrods of other landowner of tbe district ? Sound aeleep still ! Will do thing wake them P Truly, thore wa« one laodowner there who seems to have Moor(e)head than tbo others — th6 rest of the meeting being composed of tbo busi Q68B peoplo of tho towo, who bave to be wido awake to livo. Ab to tbe meeting, it commenced by the Mayor giving tbe old dissertation of Sir Heory Park©#' promise, oto., eto., and ho also informed the meetiog that that geotleman is dead— a terrible sar casm oo the present Bega people. Mr. Cowdroy, Mr. Cunningham and Mr. Moorbead followed, but not ono single speaker gave o...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

THIS SPACE — IS FOR— A. J. DISHER & CO., — THE — iia fw mm sum, — WHERE - -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. PIRST DISPLAY— Thursday, 7th inst. V MUWc'r*^J _ I POSTEO BY ? I From 1853 I return. ^ Till Now I I , Paling's 1 ' Pianos & J | Organs 1 | ' Have I i stood | I the I f ~ Test.' I Ivma Hence their fl Popularity. V SEND 1 PflLINQ'5 g FOR EVtRYTHINC MUSICAL ^ ^ Violins Cornets fl i Banjos Guitars f AlanJolins Flutes gj Autoharps I'oiyphons 1 Concertinas Accordeons 1 &C., &C. B CATALOGUES FREE. J R LOWEST PRICES. 1 | SPMJNOVt \ fc 3«3 ST.. RYD/IEY- I

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

A. H. Baumbbrg, from Sydooy, visits Ue Bega District regularly every three m**ntbs with a grrnd selection of newest jewelry.* ? ? ? CAPSTAN imported CIGARETTES are put up in both medium and mild strength and are obtainable at all Tobacconist* for 4d per packet ef 10. ? ? f For Wedding Rings and Keepers go to A Mueller, wbo makes them^ on tbe Promises ; from 7/0 to £2, making only. 4/6. highest fioisb guaranteed. Specimen of yorit od Wew io his window.*

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

WBSLEYAN. 8unday,29th— Boga, 11 and7.30, Wolnmla, 8 Wbkk ErKtfnro Uebtimos amd Sxrvicks Prayor Moetinff Wednesday, 7.00* Choir practlco, Friday, 7.30 JOHN SCQARKIE.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. Dense fogs prevail on tho Irish coast. The Cunard liner 'Campania' cut tho birque 'F.mbleton' completely in two. Tho first and sccond mates and five seamen wore saved, wliilft tho captain and romaindcr of the crew, numbering eleven, wore drowned. The steamers 'Dromedary' and 'Alligator' also 'collided. Tho former carrisd GOO pas sengers from Glasgow; five wero killed and forty injured. Profossor Cheyne declares that tho N.S.W. 'Vrmy Medical Corps has done the greatest amount of good work during the present South African campaign. Property worth a million taels was looted at Tientsin after its capturo. The Official Treasury, contaiuing .£300,000, was also looted. The British, Ainorican and Japanese officers aro all restraining their men from plunder ing ; they recovered a considerable quantity of the loot, no Icsb than £1000 being taken from one civilian.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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