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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 July 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Monday. An awful traijeily wa« perpetrated at Breelon);, near Gilgaodru, N.S.W. on Fr:'Uy niaht. The blacks attacked Mr. Mawhpy'x homestead with lo.na Imwki. Wh»n ill' police arrived, they discovered MIbh Keiz.. publio school tencher, anil Hilda and Feroy .lawbey dead. Th«y were horribly mutilated, their skulls hoing smnshsd in. Mrs. Mawbey, Grace Miiwbey and Elaio Clxrke (the latter a nieco of the Maw bcys) were wounded, and their recovery is Iiopoloss. The inmates woio in bed at tbe timo. When they were nroused ihoy tried to run away, but the mur derers fflled them. Ono little boy crawled tindnr a b-(l and thus escaped. Tho blacks deoamped to the huuh. No men slept at Mawoey's 011 Friduy night, and the fact was known to tho murderers. Two of the latter are. suid to be well-known' bad characters The crime has caused great' excitement. A party of Sve blacks, atyj headed by one known as Jimmy Governor, are believed to bo reaponublo for the tragedy. Jimmy, aft...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

TiipKXCYCLOPAGDIA BRITANNICA isalrendy A know toi»vu»yono, butit is ofintrrest inconneetion with the present rotnarkablo ofler vt Tho London ] ? 4 rimes' to nolo tbo proportion of its component jV/TDT lmrls It consists of twonty»four maisWe volume* VjKjmXT Julli JL lid of nboiit 850 pftges each, anil a twenty-fifth volume c'tit:iii.iuK an elaborate index of tbe whole. I' 1 T Tt)D A D'V' iiddiu'o.i to tho Unity million word* which fill its JLiJL J3JlVXjL Jt\» JL ? 22,000 pages of lettefprea*, it contains 335 full pnjr« plates nnd 671 maps nnd ptanrf- Thero aro bror&OOO other il'ufttnlioua. Over 1100 writers contiibuted io the wo»k. and a sum of Vttofo than £60,000 w.is pai l for the manuscript alono, Its exquisite printing, aud tho aire 'with which it is bound, combiuo with tho editorial outlay to m»ke it tho most costly ^work erer offered to tbo public. Tho '?Ettcycl---pa».dm Britannica' embraces all branches of human knowledge, and wnt written by spectulhts of the higho»t d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

J^O ARDERS VACANCIES for B0AHUEK3 at 'W, T. BAKER'S. Situation plcu-ant, amlfbundy ' to business places. E D I C A L DURING my absonce from Bega, my work will bo carricd on by a local tenens, 1 imc. Foiei-rci;» who may bo consulted at my residence oi and after this day. | J. MARSHALL. Bega, 9th April, 1900. MASONIC BALL, mil at in:;: a scii'ioi. of aims. ?yy KS 1. V A N (J 11 (! Jl G II | FEDERAL FAIR. LYCEUM HALL, BEGA. ! SEPTEMBER 11 TH and I2TH, 1900. Al.FuHl) j. M VSON, See. WHYMAN & BR00K87 COACH & lilJGGY BUILDKIW, dc.t &c., Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLKS Made or Repuired on tho Shortcut Notice. OUR I'RICKS aro coPMistcnt with HONKST WORKMANSHIP. T T II E P H O N T ! AT THE I'ltOM! E. H. STURAH, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, CARP-STREET, BEGA, Himjunt lauded LAEGE SHIPMENTS of American & English Goods. LARGEST AND MOST VARIED STOCK ON TIIE SOUTH COAST. A SPECIALITY! HORSK RUGS (Hand Mado on the pre...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! Rumors of a riot at a private part* ; and That several horses mysteriously dis appeared from tlio vicinity of & recent 'darnco' ; and . That the owne** Manic hP with rage whou they found they hud to foot it home That the lady who lost her fulho hoir at tho Firo Brigado Ball can have the same by calling at the Stab office. That although thero was a belle at tho Fire Brio-ado Ball, mill tho many vounir aoiorosos present refrained from ringing her. That rumor hath it that phe had been previously wrung. That it was Impossible ti pick the b^llo owing to moran ono young lady having equal claims Jo the honor ; and That thero wero many remarks aa to how veil a young lady from a Central part of tho town looked. That, according to a member of the Bnga A. P. and H. Society, the famous hospital ructiona were caused by voting by post ; but Tlmt as the ructions are over and the voting by .post Rtill obtains, this view of the matter Wood never do. That the A. P. and H. So...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

I THIS SPACE I _ IS FOR—. A. J. DISHER & CO., — TiJE — 110 fill CASH STOM, — WIIEU13 - ?EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. FIRST DISPLAY— Thursday, 7th inst. t - ? 5 F/1L1NQ'5 | FMN05 7 are far above the many * z common place Instruments X 7 on the market, and MUCH 4 J CHEAPER. 4 ft 2 * Sole Agents far V V , STEINWAY 2 jf 'AT-j brinsmead 2 ? c/y feurich 2 1 ' L.IPP A SOHN £ j. CORS & KALLMANN 4 7 UEBEL. - ECKE $ 2 VICTOR 7[^ $ t BELLING & 5 t ESTEY ORGANS. 9 2 EVERY KNOWN 5 ? MUSICAL INSTRUMENT J 7 STOOKED -r^ j 7 Strings and Fittings, W.H.PALINC&CO, «f LiniTED, ? 2 338 GEORGE STREET, 2 1 SYDNEY. 5

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Bega District Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

Bega District Jockey Club. Tur annual business mooting of tbe above club was held in tbe School of Arte on Thursday evoniug last, the presidoot, Mr. A. L. Manning, J.P., occupying tbo chair. There woro also present Messrs. Wm. ltixou, Q. Brown. 1 Pell, Jackson, O I1 urroll, Uingotnanu, W. I Haaiiogden, W. Bison, jun., A. Rixon. H. Underbill, J. Rizon, Duff, Smith. Kelly, W- Cowdroy, W. Browu, Heady, Stormao, 0. Brooks, W. Ellis, A. Brit* i ten. M. O'Brien, T. Speuco, J. Magoor, aod tbo secretary, Mr. J. Underbill. I Tbe annual report, whioh speaks for itself, was submitted by tbo secretary, aud was as under— To tiie Mkxbkbs. Gkntliockj*. — Your Committee have very great plcaMire in pn-senting tho report of the pust year's oj orations, which have been very successful, financially and other wise. .*** During the year S CoutiniUet Meetings havo boon held, with tho following atUnd anco, yi*. -Messrs. A. L. Manning (Prwd dent) 7 ; Ilenry Underbill ^Vice-Presidint) 7 , i Wm. Rixon (Hon. '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

TO PARKEN GREY HAIR. Logkyeb'i Qultuub Haib RKSTOnBB is tho quickest, belt, safest, and cheapest. Loj:k for'i keeps »ff ravages of timo, causes Kai' to gtow. Cheap LarjfO BottJe*. TINGES, SII IC LI It. S. ORDERSfoi these 'aro now being booked by Sonutet N u ree ry 'Agent for Bega. j !\ , '? W. H. .BRAINS.

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

CATHOLIC Sun-lay, 29th— Dega,9. Candolo, 11 JO I T. HAHS'RTT. P.P. I

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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thuriday. General Broadwood attacked the Boers entrenched south of the Vaal River and captured suven waggons end twenty prisoners. A detachment of Mounted Infantry encoantxrrd a su perior force, and were, compelled to retire, losing six officers aod twonty eiglit men. A British supply train and 200 of tbe Welsh Fusiliers were captured t-y the Boers near Koodeval. Lord Roberts bos commenced a general advance eastward from Pre toria. Major-General Hamilton liao occu pied Rustfontxin, whilst Major-General Fole-Carew is; operating in the centre of tbo advanoe moremont. General French and Mutton are making a wide detour and nre driving the lloera bofore them, capturing many. Lord Rnbertx has occupicd Bronk liorspruit. LifUtnuant Ebawortb, of the Australian Horse, wqs. killed in the pngaecment. Tho New South \V»l»s Bushmen, aasisted by the Second Dorsets, scat teied thousands of Boors at Majota Pass with considerable lost, tha British losing 6 killed and 19 wounded,...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

PRK8BYTRRIAN. fioga, evory Sunday at 11 and 7.90 Candolo, tho First Sunday of each month at S Wolamla, tha Seoond 8nnday ot each Month at 8 Kameruka, the 8nl Sunday la cach month at 8 Brogo, tho Fourth Sunday o( each MonUi at 3 Choir Practico at S p.m. evory Friday. M. KIRKPATRICK.B.A

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. Toe Premier Bays that if itcoit* £2000 to capture the Breelong Muck* tli 1 Government aro prepared to pay the R*me. The polico have been em powered to shoot them If they refuse to surrender. A powerful citizens committee ir to be formed for tbe porposo of giving Mr. Barton a fitting rccoption on his return from London. A public meet ing will be held in the Town 11*11 on l*t August to arrange preliminaries. The Naval Brigade for China will sail on 7th August. During a diHcusnion in (he Assembly lnRt night Mr. Waddull urged the offering of a reward of £1000 for the oaptuio of the Breelong Mack*, Head or alive ; hIso the giving of freo passes to experienced bushuien to enable them to join in the pursoit. Mr. Gillies attacked the police force, which was ri' fended 0y Mr. Brunker, who sup porteJ a proposul for increased reward. ah toe nignc was occupieu in uiscuBsing the Supply Bill ol £2.200,000, in chi'iing half a million for roads and biidges. The meas...

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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

CLIPPINGS A »titoh in Time will not slaokon his paoo. * ? ? Tho Jipanoso troops now in China number 22,000. Instoad of an engagoraent ring tje Japanese lover givt-s his sweet heart n pioco of beautiful silk for hor sash. SmokillfV in nnirnrsnl in Sinm. and ohildren begin lo puff tho native oigaretto at tho teudor ago of three or four. ? . - General Botha, tho Boer oom ranndor, is discontented because President Kruger is retaining tho big guns at Machadorp, the latost Oftpiial of the Transvaal. ? . , School teaoher died at Iloleigh from lock-jaw, caused by boiug pricked on tho thumb L3' a rooster. A baby ot Albury was sm ithorod during the absence of its mother by gottiug its head between the bottom rail of tho bod and tho mattrass. » ? ? An elderly lady, telling her age, remarkod she was born on the 23id of April. Her husband, who was piesent, observed 'I always thought y»u were born on the 1st of April ?' 'People might well judge an,' responded the lady, 'In the choice I made of a ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

WKSLBYAK. Sunday, 39th— Bega, 11 and 74)0, WoluroU, 8 WKEK EVUHIWO UaKTIMOH AND SEHVICES Prayer Meeting Wodncsday, 7 .30 Choir practico, Friday* 7.89 JOHN* SC1IAUKIE.

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FIRE BRIGADE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

FIRE BRIGADE BALL- i What a crowd ! and how thoy danced and made morry ! Never boforo did we soe old and young join so enthusiastic ally in tho revol* of Torpsichoro ; and tbo Fire Brigade Ball will long live to tbo memories of tho^e who had tbo good fortuao to bo prosont. Evoryoun Boomed happy, but, ir me signs oi satisiaciion botokonod on tbat oft inscrutablo face could be takon as a oritorion, the 'father' of tho movomont was tbe bappiost of tbom all — aod that's saying a groat doal. But joking apart, tho committoo, who wore oasily distinguisbod by tbo prifuso nous of the rod ros sites woro, must havo folt gratified at the rosult of their labors. Somo aver that there woro nearly fOO couples presont— which must bo uoarly the rocord for Boga — whilst othors put the attendanco down at 90 couples. Ovor 200 eat down to puppcr, but a great n.asy of those woro onlookers, wh» woro accomodated with seats oa tbe stago. Tbo hall wus nicely decorated with grnouory aud bunting, whilst a banne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

Mr. W. T. ROSE DOES NOT THINK, HE IS SURE. HE CANNOT PROPERLY PICTURE The Horrors of his Illness. The Case of Mr. William Thomas Rose { From the (Penrith, N.S. B' ) Times') (nt OCR SPECIAL BKI'OHTF.H.) A report having readied this othce to the ertVct lit t Mr. \\ . T. Hose, of High-street, Peu ith, had some tin*c since established liiui(-»df io linn hen'th hy the opportune use uf a i:tin»iii i« ntcdy MftorautTeriug for a long litoe fr..m a stubborn and dangerous ilhu ss, out u'p-»!tcr cnlletl nt Mr. Rose's house, and atked him what ni'od him some time Uvck. ' Well,' rep1ie-l that gentleman, 'I was afilicted with A Terrible Norvous Complaint. It came upon mo wh**n 1 was wo*keued, and i«.y constilutiou shattered bv a lnig con* tinned internal couijlrtint. 1 caught cold whcu out on an all-t ight li«hing excursion, *ud on ri-.tuvutug home \va« sei/.ed with griping ciampa at the bottom of t' e itumuch. While it lasted the pahi simply excruciating. 1 was l»ent douldu with pdu, with my two...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

A. H. Baumbkro. from Sydoey, visits t* e Bega Diatriot regularly every throe mantbs with a grend seloction of newest jewelry.* A boon to Cigarotte smoker* WILLS* celebrated imported ' CAPSTAIN ' cigar* ettes 4d per packet of 10. A SPOTLESS COMPLEXION StJiPHOLiKB Lotion dear* off at) imper fections In a few daya. Pimple. Bleraishoe, Irritating Objeotionable Appearances, Red . ?Pftrig-hueflgf Tan, Uncomfortable Skir entiroly fade awuy, leaving : ' « beautiful akin , Shilling Bottle* of Sul ' oboline. * p ? # 4 - Wxddino and other rings made to order on the shortest notice at Green's, opposite Post Offloe, Bega. Prices are the lowest.*

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Bega A P. and H. Society [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

Bega A P- and H, Jooiety Tub membors uf tbo ahovo sooioty met at tho School of Arts, Bugi, -»n Thursday last to rncoivo tho aumi-tl report and to eloct nffinors for the oinuiog voar in lieu of those retiring. Too president (Mr. G. P Kerrison. J.P.) occupied tho chair, tbo otbor members p-ejnnt being : Messrs. . r ri I rw. ? t? O. Bingomann. T. J- Kelly. B. Oowing, \V. J. Jauncoy, \V. Jsunenv, W. Has 'ingdon, A J* Burober. W Udnscombo, P. H. Wood. J R Jick«or-, G. B. Ilrooks E Ritchie. V. R tohio J. T. Rogor*. E I Pel1, A. Nicklo, H Under hill, E. Ottnn. T. Cochrane. O. Hans combe W. Duff, T. Underbill, H. E'benngton. V. Tarlinton. W. Rtxon, J. Tarlioton. F. A. Clark. John Underbill (sooretarv) aud P. W. Tarlinton. Tho minutes of tho last goneral moot intr havinir boon read aud confirmed, tha Chairman callod upon tbo secretary to road the annual report. Commit rEB's Rhi-ort. Ladio* and Uonllcmon,— Your Committee bHVo tho honor to submit the following report of their operation' for th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

CAPSTAN Ciqa.kf.ttes. — These imported idgarettes are now obtainable from all To* baoconists at 4d per packet of 10.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

Evkky day it becomes more and more I apparent tha' the onward march of I the co-operntivo raovemeot in not to he stayed by the counteracting in Hueocea brought to bear unoo it. but I ?a, on tbe coutrary, gainiop in power 1 and strength o*«ry duy, and this an-f»t | denirnble state of afTaira waa made I strikingly manifest ou Monday la*t, : wnuo mo uairymea 01 uega aod sur- 1 roundiog cootres eotero dupon what is, I 1 1 them, a new aod important phase in ' the history of their industry — tbe ' supplying of their croarn to a factory j based purely upon tho principles of J co-operation. Thus local farmers can now olaim to have thrown off tho mcu&i which threatened to uodermine - the huttflr-makiog industry io theno ! parts, aod to have placed themselves j on a level with their competitors in | many other parts of *he colony, where : the co operative systoin has long been ' in vogue, and where its good fruits | are obvious even to tbe moat ! purblind. When we lift aside the ' gau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 28 July 1900

j SlM-cial A-hi-i'(iM«'iiicn|s. i ; I F. A. ORMISTON, IMIIIIMACI UTICVL CHEMIST, OARP-STBBET, 13 KG A, («- .VKiltl.V OI'I'OSITH l'»ST OFFirli.) BI-OS to aiinounau that bo hiw onffR|f«l -w MANAOKIl of his CIIKMISXRV UU.SINK8S, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), (Late Manner of Loading Kitablulunents iu Sydney and Unulbum.) ii AVISO ADDED EXTENSIVELY TO HIS STOCK, ho I.h iu a position to SUPPLY THE NVAVTS OF CUSTOMERS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs and Chemicals. Country OimIfi'm altcnili'il to. {^- SPECIAL CARE (HVI4N TO ORDERS BY l'OST. K N T 1 S T. It Y MR, ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CAM'-ffTltiBT, IlKUA, Opposite School of Arts. $3- CROWN AND RKIIMH WOltK A SPECIALITY. EN T18TRY F. G. IIEADi' DENTIST. Purmauent Addresn : — CAltl'-ST., BEGA. IL L A \V A It It A *'V K A M N A V I - GAT ION COMPANY. A STEAMER WILL LKAYB SVTDtfEV over y MONDAl' and WED NESDAY* at noon EDB-fov«ry WEDNESDAY at 9 a.m., and SATURDAY. C a...

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