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IN THE DAYS OF THE BUSHRANGERS. [CONTINUED.] A CHASE AFTER TOM CLARKE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

IN THE DAYS OF THE BUSHRANGERS. By a Nativb Trodi-kr. (From tho 'Empiro' of 1SG7.) A CHASE ri1 T F R T 0 M CLAR K E . To resume. I. an'l L. and thu tracker were out nn patrol one day up the gully. We had just passed old Mrs. C'onnell's place about hnlf a mile, and wero riding close under the range, which is all low spins, breaking down the fl.it. As we were in the bottom -of one of these I s.-nv tbo hsad.-t of two wee. Tliey both had new cabbage-tree hats on, and could be easily seen. They did not see iu at tbe time, so 1 pullod up mid whittled t» L. who was riding some twenty-five yuids below me, and tho tracker below him again. I signalled to them several times, but tbey took not the least notic'. and kept -,'oing up tho spur. The two boys wore coining straight towards m till they saw L. just uhe.id, when they pulled up and looked till they saw tnc start out of the cretk. Tom Clarbi then wheeled round like a flash of lightning up the range. I sprang towards Tom Connell before he c...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

A. H. Baumbbbg, from Sydney, visits Ue Bega Distriot regularly every throe months with a greotl aolectioo of oewest jewelry.* Ma. O. A. Bowhinq, the noted piano and organ tuner, is now in towo, and may be consulted at the Central Hotel Musical instruments bought and sold. Wolumla residents are requested to send their orders to Mr. Bowriug it Bega.*

Publication Title: Southern Star
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The Gatherer. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

$ h $ -8 n t It cri r, . *1 AM but a pa'hernr u:.ri (Itxpo.tM of other men'n stud. ' — ll'utluii. 'Australia's Noblest Son' is ngain about to sbod tho light of his coiin tonnnoo upon us. That is t:- nny, ''Toby' Burton is coming buck. Whon ho (loos onmp, he will pre sumably sol alinut miikitu euro bis position as fbo first JjVdcrul Pro raior. Vory probably 'the only Goorge' will havo a try too, but tho odds tiro in favor of tho Hon. Ed mund. Howover, if tho FoJeral delegate does snap the prizo, thon wo heroby append an epitaph of his opponont, whioh we wish to point out is not copyright — Hkuv: i.iks tiik Gkorgius R inu.s Who departed this life on — Through disappointment aud applo dumplings. PUT NOT YOUR TKU8T IN TIIK I'KOl'I.K. * ? ? Two mon wero discussing psy chology. 'Wliat's the good (if it ?' asked the soeptio. *'A great dnnl of good,' nuswerod bis companion, 'I havo studied it roysolf, and cttn doteot a woak-minded tniiu from n Btrong-miudod one vory easily. For instanoe, if...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

SYDNEY MARKET ^REPORT. Denham Bros, report on 10th instant:— I Butter, crearaory lOJd : factory 9jd to lOd; dairy 8|d to 9d, supplies increasing with dull raurkot : chceso medium 4 Jd to od : loaf 5d to Aid ; bacon fid to 6Jd ; potatoes 3s 3d to 3s Gd ; onion? 6s to da 3d ; oata, feed 2a 4d to 5d ; wheat 2s 4d to 2a 8d ; bran and pollard 9-J to 9jd ; chaff 70a to 7oa ; eggs in largo [tmpply at 7dw7JdJ; {poultry in good demand. TTill, Clark & Co. report on 13th inst. — Fat pigs, market fully supplied ; on Friday good and prime bnconers were in demand and sold well, whilst porkors woro lower, especially light aorta. We quoto extra prime weighty back fatten* 47a to fi7s, prirao weighty 42a to 47a. priraefheavy 30a to J40h, extra prime weighty baconera 3oa to 36a, good to primo lighter 33a to 37a, light 26a to 32 s ; boat hoavy porker* 23a to 26a, primo lighter 20a to 22a, light 16s to 19a, small light 12s to ICa, according to weight and quality. Berrima Company report on 10th i...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

Australian' mutual provi . i-ent society, lost policy. IT is tlio intention of tho Society, on and after tho 16th day of Soptcmber next, to i./mo a Special I'olioy in placo of Polioy No. 88403. on tho life of FREDERICK GKEGG FLOWER, whioh ia allogod to havo boon burnt.- Dated ut Sydney this 9th dav of AuflUft. 1900. y ROBERT CAMERON, Secretary. ft MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF BEGA NOTICE to RATEPAYERS. NOTICE is hereby given that lejral pro eeedinCT aroriow boing taken for tho RE COVKKY of OUTSTANDING RATES Lnd FEES. , Arrangwnen'a may bo mado to pay arrears bv recrular hist.lmonta. NO FURTHER NOTICE will bo given F. J. FILMEU. Council Clerk. Counoil Chamber?, Church- street, Deira, 5th August, 1900. h ' (No. 14/00.) WYANDOTTE FOWLS. PEKIN DtCKS. CJH,AA*I), at hia Poultry Farm, ? 'Chnrlehvllli*,' Tathra Road, offers for salo KOGS of tho abovo at ft* a olutch TIIR PKKINS nri* from the host layfnir «tri»inn in tho colony, and nro tho unmo oil took tho prim at lant Uoga Show. T/IK .Sff.VKU-LA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

Spoclnl AdurtlHoments. F. A. ORMISTON, I'HAItMCiUriCAL CHEMIST, OARP-STBBBT, I3KQA, to- M:\ltLY Ol»I»OMITB I' »ST OFFICIO,) BEOS to announoo that ho ha* engaged as MANAQKU of his CHEMISTRY BUSINESS, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), (Lato Mnn iKOr of Loading KstablMiments in Sydnoy and Goulburn.) JIAVINfi ADDED EXTENSIVELY TO HIS STOCK, ho ii- in n position to SUPPLY TIIE WANTS OF CUSTOMERS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY .RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs ' and Chemicals. Country Orders promptly attended titf G3- SPECIAL CARE GIVEN TO ORDERS. BY POST. ?Q E N T I S T K Y MR. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CAKP-STUKKT, BEfiA, Opposite School of Arts, I yr CROWN AND IIRIDOE WOltK A SPECIALITY. J-jEN T1STBY F. G. HEADT DENTIST. Permanent Address : — CARL'-ST., BEGA. ILLAWARRA STEAM NAVI GATION COMPANY. A STEAMER W1LLLKAVB SIDNEY every MONDAY and WED NESDAY^ at noon EDENovery WEDNESDAY at S a.ra.( and SATURDAY, 6 a.m. MBRIMBULA. every WEDNKSD AY. at 9.30 a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

ItliNiiK'MH lliffirlnry Tohn collim, ARTISTIC TAILOR, (/liurcli-slrcrl, lt«-K», ADJOINING TIIK hank llOTKL. Material and Workmanship OUAltANTKKI). PIIUM I'T ATi'K.S' rll IN' t„ OltPKItS. ts' Call and Inspect Patterns. '^HYMAN & BROOKS, COAOH & BUGGY BUILDERS, Ac., Arc., Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS «f VKIIICLKS Made or llepaircd on the Shortcut Notice. 13c' OUR PRICES arc consistent with HONEST WORKMANSHIP. IJIUE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. — M/L8TEB — REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Chri.»t*s Hospital and the University of London {I'irst Div Certificate), and cer ccrtificatcd by the University of Melbourne, Ijutc Senior Aslant Waster at Eton (l}). TnRMS und all information may bo ob tained on application. (OP Kvenimr Classes, shorthand CIumscs, and PrivuU* Tuition for tho Univuraities. OCCIDENTAL- HOTEL, Corner of Carpaud Auckland Streets, — ll K (J A. — MOST COM MO I) ['US 1IOUSK in TOWN. iH-ij-ii lt- Cfiilral Salt? Ytinln. IIK-T HIlAN'Ub of t...

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

PARi«n or KAVziinr' Thursday. 18th— Wolumfa (Mr XI* Dion's), 1]. Sunday, 19th— Wolumla, St. [Luko'k,,lL Candol 7.80. I Thursday, S8id-NIsfjara, II. I Sunday, 36U--Bemboka, 11,1 I wangle 7 J. A, NEWTH. M.A., Rector -

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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF AUGUST. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH [OF AUGUST. CHURCn OF ENGLAND ST. JouN'Bcnonoa bxoa. Sunday, 10th— Eprr, 11 and 7.90. Nnm- agga, 8 Sunday, 26tli— Bcffa, It and 7.90.^WalIagoot, 8 Thursday, 8 pjs., Cholx praetlea P. BEVAN, BJL

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Dodging Boer Bullets [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

Dodging' Boer Bullets Wb take the following clippiuga from a lettor received by .Mr. E. S. II aril - akor, of this town, from hia brother Ben., well-known iu Bega, and now serving with the Hritisli forces in South Africa. The letter waa written from Omdrnarlcopfi under date Jul; 8th : - »T nm snrrv T r.nnn- wriln mnr« regolarly, bat you littlo know tbo amount of moving about we do. It is only during this week that we liove had a rest, and it is not all rest now, for we are busy making trenches and earthwork.,- tho moit of which has to be dono in the dark. We have not been more than two miles off tho enemy for tbe past threp weeka, and wo are holding this position until we are relieved, and I do not know when that will be, although there is a rumor in tho camp that it will be in about a week. We have had some fun witb tbe Boers of late. Tbeir camp is only about two miles from here, and every morning their pickets are about snip ing ni us. We Seldom return tbe fire unless they come to...

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IN IDLE MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

IN IDLE MOMENTS. [dt iiontgruv.l Toe Moloog Municipal Council haa to /used to oo-oporato with other Municipal Coancila io getting a bill through Parlia ment enabliop thom to deal with those footballer* who are wont to play football within their areas oo k Sunday, to whioh Bohemian says 'bear, boar,' aod, if auch a tbiog were possible, would pat that particular counoil on tbe baok. Tbo Molong Municipal body very properly JUUUg iU«li WUU 4UUU.RU I io that pastime oo a Sunday could bo | much worse employed io driokiog or gambliog, ae ia ofton their wont. Por bape tbo many Mosdames Orundy will raise their prudish voices in horror at ?uoh utter godleasnoaf, but the fact ro .jnains that no amouut of iuducemeat could prevail upon tboao bocial dereliots to abandoo tboir evil waya aud observe i the 8abbath in aa orthodox manner. ! Where then is tbe uso of trying to ac complish an impossibility. Is not tbe lesser evil of tbe two tbo more desirable P At any rate 'Bohemian' thinks so, Mrs. Qrun...

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Indian Famine Fund. LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

Indian Famine Fund LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. Tup. following aubscriptiona havo bo*:U rc ccivoil by tho socrotnrva of tho above fund, Meadamea Bland and O'Briou , £ a d Southern Stau Fund 2 7 6 Presbyterian offertory 2 0 0 Messrs Greon, Hnrdakor, MoL»an ond Mm. Magnur I 10 0 Salvation Army 113 Mr. HainaH 1 1 0 Masonic Lodgo 1 I 0 Mr. Atkinson 19 0 ? Mr. Jaokson 1 0 0 Mrs. R. Ritcbio 1. 0 0 Miaa Ritchie 1 0 0 Mra. HaalingJen 1 0 0 Mr. Wm. Haslingden 1 0 0 Mr. Jaa. Rixon 10 6 Miaa E. B. Haslingden 10 0 Mr. U. Otton 10 0 Miaa F. Ritcbio 10 0 Mr. E. Bitchio 10 0 Mrs. H. Ritchio 10 0 Rov. T. Harnett 10 0 Mrs. Rogers 10 0 Mr. J. D'Arcy, eon. 7 G Miaa Haalingden 6 0 Miss E. L. Hoaliugden 6 0 Mr. Green 6 0 Mr. Woat 6 O Rov A. J» Rolfo 6 0 P*ll & Allan 6 0 A. French .0 .0 Wliyman & Brook* 6 0 Mr. W. Scott 6 0 Mra. Scott 6 0 Mias Popponhagon 5 0 Mr. Bingomauu & 0 Mr. Wing Leo 6 0 Mr. II. Jardino 5 O Mr. Sturah 3 0 Mra. A. EUia 3 0 Mr. Brixoy 2 C Mr. J. M. Lot* 2 6 Mr. Coll...

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Bega District Vigilance Association. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

Bega, District Vigilance Associa tion. The monthly mooting of tbo abovo body was hold io tho Counoil Chambors on Monday ovoning. Mr. A. L. Manning, J.P., in tbo unavoidablo abionoo of tbo Prosidont, Mr. Cowdroy, boing in tbo ohair. Thoro wero also prosont Mo srs. Hrmko Oiinninpham. Parsona. Mason. Bingomann, Tbos. Batomau, Rosouthall, Jaokson, Jas. Rixoo, aod tbo socrotary, Mr. Poll. After tbo minutes of tho provious moot ing bad been confirmod, tho sooretary read tbo following corroipondonco : From Mossrs. A. M. Cansdoll and E. H. Stiofvater, resigning from tbo Association owing to their departuro from the district, aod wishing tbo body ovory suoenss. From Candolo Progross Committoo, re tbo matter* which wero boforo tbo con forenco somo timo ago, stating that re plies had boon rooeivod from tbo Dopart monts. Tho authorities did nnt considor tho requost for a camping roservo at tbo foot of Brown Mountain nocessary. Ro vote for prospooting tbo beads of tbo Tuross and Brogo Rivors, tb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

THIS SPACE — IS FOR— A. J. DISHER & CO., —THE — 110 FMS CASH. STORE, — WHERE - -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. FIRST DISPLAY— Thursday, 7th inst. i W MUSIC A & « 8 POSTED DY A B From 1853 I return. B ; I Till Now I 1 I Paling's i Pianos & g Organs J I '',ave. 1 1 (stood | (he | X'HD Test.' | A Hence their g| 1 B » Popularity, fl 0 EJ SFND t* J p o;: go to vnxZ't-s&ismsr. ? g | MUMS £ FOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL | ^ Violins Cornets |j a Banjos Guitars h [I .Mandolins Flutes g B Autoharps Polyphons 1 fi Concertinas Accordeons 1 R &c.t &c. B CATALOGUES FREE. J U LOWEST PRICES. 1 ! | t PALING sitd°; « fc 338 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. ] n ii ll ii ii ii urn iran

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HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! That matters waxed a triflo livoly at tbe Counoil moetiug on Tuesday night ; aod That Aid. Hecniuga completely 'anni hilated' Aid. Parsons' motiou re the oou- payment of tho 2} per oont. commis sion oo the 1000 rates. Tbat tbe Commissioner might bavo bit oo a better namo than 'Narriga' for iho Pflftflrnl AWtnmtn nl thin nartwtn nf thn colony. ; and That Picalla and other mombers of tho aoastal tribe are indignant at boing ignored in this matter. That the muob-talked of marriage of a local young ooaple has not yot beon cele brated ; but Tbat in Bega marriages aro heard of as having taken plaoe long beforo tho olergyman affixes his seal tboreto. Tbat Ber. Mr. Bevan's letter in tbo Stab bas caused an uneasy feeling among non-ohurch goers. That the distriot football olubs seem to 'Eght shy' of moeting Bega on the latter's ground. That one aldorman waxed exceed ingly eloquent when dealing with tho 2i per cent, commission racket. That a prospective honey taoon eouple pro...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS- I SYDNEY, Tuesday. Tns first prizo in Tattersall s swoop on tho Spring Handicap, valued at £2,070, was won by O. Butlor (Queensland) ; sooood and third prizes wont to Iuvnroll and Charteis Towors respectively. Mr. Barton ronchnd Adolnido yostor day and was accordol a publio wel como. Flo is in excollont health. Mr. Kingston, of South Australia says ho will havo somothiog further to to say about tho pooplo from whom tbo dologatos had a right to oxpeot much, but failod them in tho hour of trial. Two ofiioorsin thoRangiona Branoh Bank of Now Znnland, havo been sentooced to 5 and 3 yoara imprison ment for embozzlomont. iuu laiost iroin uuuungm simes that tho gold takon out of tho mine on Friday and Saturday is valued at £3000 and is almost puro and re sembles lumps of coral. Further particulars of tho sticking up of three toamsters at Sound Swamp by the Broolong blnoks show that the Oovornors arrivod whilst they woro having breakfast and covorod them with their rifles,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

On Thursday next another attempt will be made to resurrect inteiest in the Begfi'EdflQ jEUiltrity Losgue, a moeling for this purpose being called for in the School of Arts at 7.30 p.m., when all interested are invited to attend. The meetings previously held were dismal failuics, on ncc- -int of tho laxity of nttendance, and it is earnestly to bo desired that the efforts of tho promoters of the movement will be accorded better 8t\pp(rt from the general publio than the lokewarmness which wa« only too apparent 'it the previous meetings. To be perpetually asking the . people to diicard their wonted lethargy and instil a little life into public movements becomes naus eating in the extreme. There is no occasion for ns to recapitulate the many advantages to bo derived from railway connection ®itb Eden. Surely they are apparent to any man of or dinary tbonght ; but, these advantages notwithstanding, the publio, with a contumacy worthy 9 better — or rather a worse — cause, rflm*in utterly in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

A FAIR BEAUTIFUL SKIN. SDM»«OLJNJf Soap gives tho natural tints and peaoh-like Bloom of a perfect Complex* ion ; makes the Skin smooth, supple healthy, Comfortable. Tablots, 6d. The mail train' leaves ('ooma daily, Sun day excepted, at 6.30 p.m , arriving at Goulburn, 131 miles, at u.30; aud at Syd noy, 2G5 miles, at 5.55 noxt morning. Fare: Single, first, 51a 0d; soo -nd-class, 34s 9d; return, first, 77a 9d; second class, 62s LIVER COMPLAINTS Dr. Kino's Dandelion and Quinine Lives Pills, witaout mercury, aro a potent re moay * removo all Liver anr* Stomach Cora planus, Biliousness, Headache, Sickness, Snoulder Pains, Heartburn, Indigestion, Constinatiun. Dr. Kiug's Pills are old fasliioc -1. w:\hout the dnngeroua ▼bite costing on manr new Pillr Tub boat mediciue known is SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its omiuent powerful oflecte io oougbs, colds, influenza, tbe reliof is instantauoous. In aoriout oases, and accidents of all kinds, bo they wounds, buro6, scaldings, ...

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CHURCH ATTENDANCE IN BEGA (To the Editor of the Southern Sat.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

CHURCH ATTENDANCE IN BEGA (To the Editor of the Southern S'ar.) Sin.— In referonce to the above matter, as far as tho church to which I beloog is oonoerned I think the clergymen are at fault, at least from a Bega point of view. I havo been living io Bega for tho past five years, and during that time the minister of tbo church to which I belong has beon to soo my family only twice . But tho so-oallod 'upper ten'' are called on at least ouoe a wook. Now, I ask, is this tho way to enoourage attendance at church and to promote sooiablenoss among tbo flook, by always attending to ; tbo seemingly most profitablo, and neglecting tbo mass of tho parish. And ! in tbo evont of any of the 'nicest people** departiog from our mttst, the ory is at once beard— 'What will wo do whea So and-so goes f* Now, tbat is the point. In most oburches everything is rua by a clique, and we loss fortnoato. in money matters, are ignored. Whoreaa if a fel low feeling amongst all wore encouraged by the olergyman, ...

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OFFICE R[?]SS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

orrrcK rodrs. ' ; Post OQiceopoii from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m, Oo Sunday from U a.m. to 10 a.m. Daily delivery Sunday excepted, by letter earlier within tie municipal area; carrier leaves offico at 8 a.m. . . Telegraph office opon from 9 a. id to 8 p.m , Sunday excepted. Monoy Order and S&vingw Bank Offices opjn from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (8twdsy copted), and -n Saturday tho Savings llank is open from 7 to 8 p m /or tho re ceipt of deposits only. Privato box-es, fee, one guinea por annnm, payable in advance, may bt obtained on ap plication at ofllco, enabling boxholders to get thoir mail any day, and at any, hour. Lettoi pillar, Newtown cleared at 8 p.m JAS. W. McCUTCUEON, Po8tmiuter.

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