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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

The Miseries of DYSPEPSIA EFFECTUALLY ERADICATED The Case of Mrs. CLARKE. {Ftvm the 'Atpean Timu,' X.S.W.) (UV OUB SPECIAL MrORTEH.) Directions wore given to our reporter to look up Mrs. Clnrke, of Woodroflo Street, lVurilli. On calling the pressman received :i cordial reception, aud, on inquiring about her iIImcmi, Mrs. Clarke suM : ' 1 lint KiicMscd there was something tho mutter uh u I found that I couldn't du my ordinary work. I felt Rostlosa »ml relaxed, and If I wanted to ro out any whim I felt, u tired by tho time that I had liiiislmil dressing tlmt I often changed uiy mind nml took my thinpi oft' again. Then I begin to notion a tvvitdiiiir;, pricking puin between the shoulders, H-hicn got worse and worsp. At night it K»vo 1110 the most Hi.trcsa, tlie.11 the titignixh o[ it was so greut thut night afttr night I was Not ablo to Llo Down, but wit up in bed, as it wus easier to hear the piiiu in that position ; and, as for sleep, why, I hardly ever got an hour's rest from evenin...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE DAYS OF THE BUSHRANGERS (From the "Empire" of 1867.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

IN THE DAYS OP 'HE 'BUSHRANGERS By a Native TwwrKii. (From the 'Empire' of 1867.) Tub puhlio havo frnquontly hn.d offioinl glini|-3osof our onstly p Hoo foroo, espccinlly during thu career of Tommy Clarke and his iissoointos in tlio Braid wood district ; nud they hnvo froquentlv oomnlninod that tho police should bo found to bo so in oompoteu', as to nooossitnto tlio pna» ing of tho Felons' Appvelionsion Act, lud the organizing of sooret polioe to Bupprosa n crime which, from the impunity with whioh it was oommitted in tho Sou'.h, aud now being perpotrated in tho North, t rings so muoh disgraco upon us in (he eyes of tho world. For months, wo might almost say for yoare, correspondence) hns continuously reaohod ub — somotimos from poraons of iufluoneo, sometimes from police men themselves — und tho press, whioh in scarcely auy instauoo cast blarao upon tho men thomsolves, saw good reasons why tho presont serai-military police system should be abolished, and a system organized adapted ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

OATnOLIO Sun-lay, 6th-Dc8a, 0. Candolo, 11 JO fiaoday, ISlli-CanJolo, 8. BoRa, 11.50 Wednesday, lUli-Bcga, S Sunday, 19th— Beiuboka, 11 Sunday, aUh-Rvga, 9. Candelo, 11410 T. HARNBTT, P.P.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BEGA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY CO. LTD. OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

THE BEOA CO-OPERATIVE CUBA HER! CO LTD. OFFICIAL OPENINO OF THE FACTORY. Wednesday, 1st of August, l°00, will bo for many years to oomo a momorablo dav in tho minds of tho dairymon of Boga. Tbo dirootors of tbo nowly formod co-oporativo company bad issuod invitations iu a lavish manner for tho nponing oofomony of thoir factory at North Bega. Novor boforo has thoro boon nuoh a gathering ol dairymen in our midst. Tboy cama from all quarters, and woro of all agos, thero boing tbo votorans who havo passed tho eightioB down to tho young roon of twenty or so, who aro just starting out in life. Tbo occuamo dr«w forth moo who aoldom appear in public but who folt that this was an occasion wbich domandod thoir prosonco. Prom inent iu tho gathering woro soon D«niol Oowing, John D'Arcy, John Nicklo, William Allan, and many otbor pionoora. It was ostimatod that tboro woro nearly ?100 pooplo present, aid tho gatboriog in cluded a large number ot tbo wivoa and daughtors of tho men who work tho lan...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

HtESIiVTERIAN. B«ga, evory Snuday at 11 and 7.80 Gandolo, tho Pint Kunday ot each month at S Woluml., tho Socond Sunday 0( each Mouth at 3 Kameruka, the 3rd Bnnday In each month at 3 Brogo, tho Fourth Sunday o( eaoh lloulli at 3 Choir Practlco at 8 p.m. eTory Friday. a.KIBKPATKIOK, B.A.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The late Private Kirkland. LETTER FROM A COMRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

The late Private Kirkland. « w ? ? LETTER FROM A COMRADE. Mrs. Kirkland, mother of tho late Pri vate Will Kirkland, ia in receipt of a letter from Trooper Asquitb, of Hill grove, who waa invalided from South Africa recently, and who was in tho samo hospital as our lamented soldier boy. The letter, whiob, though fall of eadnooi. has in a Bonso orougnt caoBoiauou to too hearts of deceased's relativos, who now know tbat, although far from bom* and friends, ho received every attention and comfort at the hands of strangers. Tbe lottor runs as follows — Dear Mrs. Kirkland,— No doubt you aro anxious to hoar some nows of your dour son who wont to South -Africa. It grieves mo vory much to send you such nows as thin. Your son was in the same horpitil ai myself at Blocmfontoin. I was next to him for fivo weeks, both of u.t suffering from onterio foTcr. After your son was in tho hospital four weeks with fever, dysentery took hold of bin;, and ho Buffered soven ot eight daytt with this beforo ho...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

WR8LETAN. First Sunday In MWh month, BoRa 11, lay sorvlco. Bemboka.ll. Bcga,7J0 8econd Sunday, Bega, 11 (Communion), and 7.30 (younft people's aorvlco). B ofio, 8 Third Bunday, Bella, 11 and 7.90. Wolnmla, 3 Fourth 8uuday, Bega, 11 anil 7.110. Candelo, 3 Filth Sunday (when occurring), Boga, 11 and 7*1 Wolumla, 8 Week Etekiho Mietikos in Smvicis Monday, 6th— Oarneld, Mr. llnniH', 7,30 Tuesday. 7th— Wolumla, Mr Mcl-i-ul'«,7.ao Wcdnoiday, 8th— Candelolyonng people'! lerrlco) Thunday, 9th— Brogo. Union Chu,cb,7J0 Friday, lOth-Boga, Woiloyan RiurUon. 7.80 Monday, 18th— Bega Hand ol Hope, 790 Prayer Hooting Wodnosilay, tjjq Ohoir practlco, Friday, 7 JO JOHN ?KCUARKIB.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON. Thurkdav. Li Iluog Chaog announoes that an Imporial odiot declares tbo Ambassadore safo on 28th July. Eogland, France and America have agreed on tho urgenoy ol an immediate advance to Fokio, tbo allied troops aro already eight miles beyond Tientsin, and oxpoot to reach Fokin within a weak. An American report states that all tho Legations, oxcopt tbe British, wero wrecked by shot and shell. The main body ot the Chinoao Army has loft Pokin tor the purposo of meeting tbo Bdvanoing allies. Tbo 'Timoa' declares tbat it now rests with tbo great Powers to make China understood to bo bold fully responsible for whatever bappeDS. Twelve hundrod more Boers hare aur rondored to Qenoral Hunter, who expeota that fully -1000, including threeOommand aots, will lay down tboir arms. Commandant Olivior, with five guns, essaped in the direction of Harrismith. The Boors derailed a British supply train near Frederickstac], killing 13 mon and injuring 30. President Krugor is endoivo...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

A. H. Baumbbbo, from Sydney, visits t. o Bega District regularly erery three months with a greed eelectioD of newest jewelry.' ? ? ? A SPOTLESS COMPLEXION SuifBOLDTB LonoN dears off all imper feobODs in a fsw days. Pimple, Blemishes, Irritating Objeotionable Appearances, Kod aess, Rnugbuess, Tan, Unoomfortabln Skir Disfigurements, entirely fade away, leavin, s beautiful akin Shilling Bottlog of Sul oioUno ? ' '? ? ? 'Wsimixa and other rings made to order on the shortest notioe atjGreen's, opposite Post Office, Sega. Prices me the lowest. ?

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. Another batob of invalided soldiers baa arrived at Melbourne by tho Aberdeen, 30 being for Now Sooth Waloo. Tho majority of tho mon are woll and fit for active service agaiD. Lord Beaucbamp has no intention ot resigning boioro tbo end of tbo year. The Upper House has, by tho casting voto of the Deputy-chairman, paeaod a resolution ' in favor of Bonding a con tingent to China. In tbe billiard match betwoen Boberta and Woibs, tbo foimer woo by 451. Tbo Assembly occupied the greater part o( tho evoning diccuasing tbo In dustrial Arbitration Bill, wbich is meeting witb oonsiderablo opposition. Tbo dobuto wat adjourned till Wednesday. It la understood tbat Captain Hixson will Only accompany tbo Naval Brigado forco as far as Hong Kong. No further reliable newa has beon roceived in regard to tbo fugi'ivo blacks, but it is reported that they wero soon near Mnrrimcindy Tbe latest West Australian referendum returns giro the present majority at 2-1,580 in favor...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

Tub firnt wbale of the ?eason was cap tu'od at Eden on Monday last Tub new I.S.N. boat 'Eden' is expected to mako her first trip to Tathra on Thursday ? next. J j Constable 'Sam' Eirkland is ooe of ; '° «uupur» out on too iraolts of tbo Breelong blacks. Football Match — Bega t. Tilba— on Sbow-groqnd this aftornoon. Great teaale expected. Miss Ruth Braink, recently teachioc at Temora and Ba medinan. bag boon appoioted to toe Mobs Valo Publio ! School. 1 Messes. Poll and Allan announce a bin ! clearance aalo of dairy «t--ck, etc on ac- I count of Mr. Thos. Coclrano, at Glun Onka, Brojro, on 16th inst. | Butter down to lOld. Chfesa market dull at 414 to 5d 4Ki dull at 1* Id. i poultry in strong demand. Other quota- ! tiona unaltetcd. : ,'« '?? xarainos iittln son had the misfortune to fall down a Eight of steps on Wednesday, rocei«ing naity iujurius to bis face. An aoaostbotio had to bo ad ministered, and stitches applied Fred MoOuinness is koeping up bis reputation a» a jockey, as be ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

Special AiltcrliHcmcuts. F. A. ORMISTON, MARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, CARP-8TBEET, BEGA, (0- KEAKLY OPPOSITE I'«»ST OI'I'ICK,) BEOS to announoe that ho has engaged nil M ANAOER of his CIIKMIdTRY UU-SIN'RSS, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), (Lato Muniffor of leading Kstablishmi'iits iu 8ydney 'and Uuulburn.) 11AV1NU ADDED EXTENSIVELY TO HIS STOCK, hu in in a position to SUPPLY THE WANTS OP CUSTOMEKS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs' and Chemicals. Country OrtlcrN promptly attended to. C3- SPECIAL CAKE GIVEN TO ORDERS BY POST. 'T\ENTISTKY ML ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP-STBKKT, BEOA. Opposite School of \rtn. *3T CROWN AND BRIDQE WOllK A SPECIALITY. TLLAWARRA STBAM NAVI 1 GAT10N COMPANY. A STEAM ER WILL LIUYK SYD.VBr evory HO SOW «nd WED NESDAY, at noon EDBNovery WEDNESDAY at S a.m., and SATURDAY. 6 a.m. MERIHBULA. every WBDNKSD AY, at 0.30 a.m., and SATURDAY at 7.30 a.m. TATHRA, every WEDNESDAY at 1 1 a.m and SATURDAY a...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

Published on ?Wednesday and Saturday. Registorcd at llio (ionoral Poat Office, Sydney, for transmission by Tout aa a Newspaper. IIuhIiicmn Directory JOHN louST ARTISTIC TAILOR, (/liurcli-Nirnet, Ri:k--- ADJOINING THE HANK HOTEL. Material and Workmanship GUAUANTKK11. PROMPT ATTENTION' to ORPKKS. «3' Call and Inspect Patterns. pEl'AIltS A S P ]?: CIAMIV A. MUELLER, - F.RACTICAL — WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER iti every detail to the trado, Ij^CARP-STREET, BEOA. Balance Staffs, Cylinders, Pinions, Verges, Jewel Holes, in fact, everything connected with Watches, ClooVs, and Jewellery, nkil fully repaired, and roplacod with tho utmost despatch. rpiIE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. REV. ALFRED. J. J^OLFE. Of Christ's Hospital and the University of London (First Div. .Certificate), and cor certificated by tho University uf Molbourno, Lnte 8onior Assistant Master at Eton (Q). TfiRMS and all information may bo ob. tamed on application. IS' Evening Clause*, Shorthand Cliuwcs, and Private Tuition for tho Uni...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

[?] Rundar. 6tli-K»morlka 11 (HO Wolnmla, (St Luko'8,1 3 SouUi Wolumla 7 Sunday, litli-lioiuDoka, 11 1LC. Mogilla, 3.30. Tantavanalo, 7 Thunuiay. lflth-Wolnmla (Mr Hanloa'a). 11. Sunday, 19th— Wolumla, St. Luko's, 11. Candolo Tlmrsday. 'Jard-NI.Bara.il. Snnday, 36th— Remuoka, 11, MooUla, 180, Tanta wanglo? J.A. HEWTH. M.A., Hector

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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF JULY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF AUGUST. CllUKOIl OF KNGI.ANU Sunday, Stli-Bcga, 11 and 7 JO. SunJnj-. ll!tll-Bofta II and 7.30. Taaja, 3 Sunday, 19lh— RcRa, 11 and T JO. Nnm» ugu«, 8 8nndsY, atth-Beita, 11 and 7.30. Wallagoot, S Thursday , 8 p-m., Oholz praotieii F.BEVAN,B.A.

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MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 August 1900

MAILS CLOSE FOB Sydney (ovorlatid) via Cooma, daily, Sat* urday oxcopted) at 9 p.m., sliarp. Sydney (per stoamcr) Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30 a.m., when steamers are iunniug. GouLuunn. Cooma, Nimitybello and Manaro district, ^Bemboka aud Numbugga daily, (Saturday excepted) at 9 p.m., sharp, Buaidwoop, Araluen, Moruya, Cobnrgo, Quaama, and Brogc, daily (Saturday ex* cepicdj at 9.30 p.m. Tathiia and Brickyards, Keoeiring Office, , Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30 a.m. Towaaiba Timbillica, Rocky Hall, Wynd. ham, (via fainbala), Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday at 9.30 p m. Kdkn, Pamtula, Wolumla, Merimbula (Saturday exotpted) at 9.30 p.m. For Merimbula, via Jellal Jellat, Thurs. dsj at 9.30 p.m. Cahpei^), Mogilla, Fameruka, Kanoona daily at 9.30 p.m. Tanja (Nelson's), Wapengue, Tuesday at d Friday, at 9.30 p.m. Ulladulla, via Tathra, Saturday, 8.30 a.m

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Rega Post Office Time Table. (Corrected to January 14, 1900) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 August 1900

Itegn Post Office Time Tsihflr. (Corrected to Ja uiry U, 1000 ) HAIL' ARKfVK PH Stdnet, overland, via Cooma aud Don) boks.daPy, (S-nday excopted) Il.:so p.m. Sydnbt, per steauor, l'M^day aud Tlmr - day, timo uncertain. Braidh'o*-d, Araluen, Moritya, Bodalla, Cobnrgo, Quanta*, Brogo, daily Suuduy excepted!, nt 7 p.tu. Goolbuuk, Cooma, Nimityl.dle, Monaro district, Uemboka and Numbugga daily, (Sunday excepted) H.30 p. in Tatqba aad Brickyard* Receiving Office Tuesday and Thursday, time uncertain. Ulladiilla (via Tatlir.i) Thurslij, por- 1 steamer, time uncertain. Oanlelo, ilogilln, Kamfrrnka, K»noon». daily, at 3.30. p.m. { Towamba, Tiinbillicu, Rocky Hall, Cath cart, Wyndham, (vii Pambuila), Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 p m. Edkm, Pambula, Wolumla, aud Merim* bula, daily Sunday excepted at 8 p m. Merimbnla, via Jollat JelUt , Friday at7 p.m Wyhdham via Candolo, Sunday aud Wed nesday at 8.30 p.m. Takji iNeUon'i), and Wapengue, Wed nesday and Saturday, at 0 p.m. Bombali, Cathcar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 August 1900

VITADATI0, The Greatest Blood Purifier of the Century. B RIGHT'S DISEASE CON aUERED, 54 Landor-st., Rodfern, March 27, 1900. Mr. S. A. PALM EH, 181 Pitt-st,, Sydney. Sir, — I deem it my duty to acknowledge tho benefit derived by mo from your won* dorful Herbal Rcmody, Vitadatio. For tho past four years I havo boon a Hufferer with Bright'* fiisoas0, Mid was under two doctors for nine months, who failed to do me auy ( good, and until six months ago I was ccr« 1 tainly useless and helpless, and could not walk half a milo without renting, tho pains in my back taing so severe. J was advised to try Vitadatio, which I did, and alter taking firo large bottle* I am in reality a new man, all pains and ache* having di«ap- , peared. I am now ablo to follow my u*iml . work with t leasure, and do indeed feol grateful to God for such a modium, and am pleased to bo able to recommend it to others. I I am, yours sinccrely, (Signed; WILLIAM A. FELTON. Hend Office: 181 PITT-ST.. SYDNEY. Corrcspcnlenco ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 August 1900

^ Tiiin tlui Ciioum 'ExprttiiV : — I Thfio U n.* huntl f»»r men mi*l women to go tu China to instruct i thuiniHiiirmhereint i their own way of thinking about spiritual things, for in our own midst there is amptu I *copo for them to upend their timo un»l labor in doing, or Tying to do good. Tako tho cm bo of the Eld ridge*, of Kinndra, admitted into the Coomu Hospital nurturing troin typhoid fever. They display n woeful ignorance of ordinary child ren's knowledge, Asked l.ow many God « thero wero, one replied ''.wn,1 the other 'three,' and unothpr 'Hvh/ 'Where does Jc-us Christ live?'-— 'Iu Sydney, and ho has not been to Kinndra.' 'Ihey also -nid Heaven wns in Sydney, whilst hell was lo cated at Kiandra. They evidently had in their minds Libh's Hoie, sometimes called 'Htdl* Hole.' Tho unfortunato children, who cin neither reid nor write, lived in ti most pitiab'o condition at K-andra, anjl tu lay stress upon that fact, it might be mentioned that the case of fever, being contracted 70...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 August 1900

Tub mail train leaves Cooma daily, Sun day excepted, at 6.30 p.m., arriving at Goulburn, 131 miles, at 12.30; aud at Syd ney, 2G5 miles, at 6, 55 next morning Fare: Single, first, 51b 9d ; second-class, 34s 9d; return, first, 77s Od ; second class, 62a HEALTH, STKKNGTH, ENERGY, PtppBB'a Qvininji and Ibon Tonio is baaing, vivifyiLp, mstaining, dispels de prossToti, curt# Indigestion, Neuralgia and u'r aches or pains. Pepper's the only reul shlilling Bottles Tonic.

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