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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 August 1900

LATEST CABLES. , TjONDDN, Monday. Qbnf.iials Hamilton, Baden Powell, and Sir. F. Carrington are endeavor ing to surround De Oarey, in ordor to provoQt hii junotion with De Wot. The latter attemptod to cross the rail way near Krugersdorp, and fought an ongagoment with Lieutenant-Qenoral Dorrieo's foroo. Lord Kitohenor is only fifteen miles behind De Wet, whilst Methuon is a few miles further south west. During an attompt to relieve the Elands River Garrison, Oarringtou fought a roar guard action with two thousand of tho enemy, toeing IS killelnnd missing, and 6 wounded. Carrington withdrew his foroe, taking one hundred and eighty waggons of supplies. He is now concentrating at Mafoking. President Krugor is rotiring from Lydonborg to Berberton, the former placo beiog left undefended. The Chinese C mncil is urging tho Powers to inBtruot thoir representatives nt Ptikin to proceed t - Teintsin. Tho Powors doelioe until tho roads are .-lafo. It is understood that the Chinese Qovernmont is...

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

yj .0 N U M K ? N , T R TOMBSTONKH. IK UAHULB, UKANITK or KIIKS8TOXK TIIK BK8T VAKIETY j — AND— ? LAltO EST STOCK ill AUSTRALIA ' to select flom. Dt$tgn and Pritr* submitted Frttof Cost, J. HANSON an' i) CO., 1149 EUZAItRTII-STUEl^ MypR PAHK -i Y I) N E V WAR, PLAGUE. FLOOD AND FAMINE lmvo played huvoo with humanity during th' now fuHt-cluning Cun tury, but do.spite them nil, W, M, BOARDMAN , Ih still conferring Comfort nnd Plo.isuro upon hia Patroim by Rk-covkhino Diuwino and 1)inino«iu-ok SU1TKS Re-xaxino Matthksski. Rkpairino Um»rkixas Makino ano La.yi.no Cahpkis. Repairino Biinds, Fkbnou Polisuino, and PioruKK Framing. NOTE WELL HIS ADDRESS: tt^ AUCKLAND - STREET, Opposito Bruwn's Blaukainithiug Kntubliabment. O. WING LBJB, General Storekeeper, Announoes that ho has not. yot CAPTURED PRETORIA, But a LARGE NUMBER ol LOCAL RESI RENTShave SURRENDERED — TO SIS — EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES, And are eeemisgly CONTENT WITH THEIR LOT. IF YOU WANT TO SURRENDER, Come to My Stores — m — GIPF -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

THIS SPACE — IS FOR— A. J. DISHER & CO., — TiIE — MB EL&fi mil STQ&E, — WHERE - - EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. FIRST DISPLAY— Thursday, 7th inst. PflLlNQ'5 PMNOS 7 are tar above the many 7 common place lastruments X 7 on the market, and MUCH X 5f CHEAPER. * j Catalogues FREE. ? C Sole Agents for V V . STEINWAY 2 V 0 BRINSMEAD 2 7 U°0 FEU RICH 2 7 ^ L.IPP & SOHN £ 7 GORS & KALLMANN * J UEBEL - ECKE s.j* * £ VICTOR ♦ 7[\^ I £ BELLING & 2 £ ESTEY ORGANS. ? 2 EVERY KNOWN *j ? MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 1 7 STOCKED — ^ 7 Strings and Fittings. f W.HiPALINC&CO.J 7 LiniTED, 2 J 338 GEORGE STREET, 2 2 SYDNEY* „ 5 ?^7' A N T E D A GIRL io make herself generally use ful. Apply MRS. W. H. CONE, Boga. LOST, between Numbugga and Tathra, Large Gold Proocb (with Rubies and PoarU.) Finder rewarded on return to SOUTHERN STAR OFFICE. WANTED — Copies of tbo 'Southern Star' of Wednesday, AUGUST 4th and 8th. ? Full Rate* given. Apply SOUTHERN STAR OFFICE. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

INDIAN FAMINE . . RELIEF FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS ? TO TUB — ABOTfl IFTTISriD EARNESTLY SOLICITED. ELLEN BLAND, Hon. Secretary.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

GENERAL NEWS Dairy produoe market in ' Sydney slack. Tbe reward offered for the capture of the Breelong blacks is not to be in | oreased. At Brisbane a young man has been I sentenosd to death for an assault on a young gin. The tartioa adopted by the Breelong blacks are completely baffling the police and trackera. Fred. Lane, the Sydney swimmer, won two events attbe l'aria champion ship meeting last Sunday. -1. The Boers have re-oconpied Hail bron, in Orange Biver Colony, and Klerksdorp, in the Transvaal. ' It is estimated that about .60 per cent, of ex-students of the Agricul tural Colleges havo settled on the land. Captain Hilliard, who is returning invalided to New South Wales, states tbat tbe Australian sold jars have gained a splendid reputation among the military leaders in South 'Africa. The panic occasioned by tbe Bree long outrages has been reaponsible for many hoaxes and practical joktffl. Great alarm was caused at Moss Val* by the circulation of a report to the effect tbat...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bega-Edea Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

Bega-Edea Railway League- I Pursuant to advertisement and oir ctilar calling same, a meeting of thost intorented in the above league | wax held in tho §ohool of Arti on Thursday nigh', the Mayor, Aid. F. Bland, | residing. Like ita predecessors, the meeting lacked at'endanue, and was chiefly remarkablt* for thn a'etoluto ahstinc** 3f anything approaching enthusieHm. The chairman read the advertisement convening the meeting, and thou briefly addressed thoso present, tin mated that as they hail made ? move in the diroction of agitat ing for the railway they should go on with it, aud not bo disconcerted by tho MiiallueBs ot attendanco, as tho coldneSB of tho night probably kept many from attending. Tboy had every en:ouragc mrht to go ou, as the Miuister for Works almost commanded them to proceed with tbo agitation. They were not there to argue whothor tbo lina would pay or not ; that was uot their business. All they wan'ed wa* tbo line, irrespective of whether it paid or nut. A former ...

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INDIAN FAMINE FUND. FURTHER SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

INDIAN FAMINE FUND. F0ETHEE SUBSCRIPTIONS. £ * d D. Gowing, E«] ? 6 0 0 H. B ? 0 10 0 Mr. D. D'Arcy ? 0 5 0 Mrs. 0. Scbnb.ok ? 0 2 0 Misi Connors ? 0 2 0

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HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! Many nasty. imprecations against tho wind and dust. Tha'. at a private dance the other night gentlemen wre strictly tabooed, nnd tho ladies lud it 'all on their o* n. That the Stah columns aro still open for discussion on tbu much vexed ques tion of Church Atiendanco. That Mr. Barton is first favorite fur tbo first federal-prouiiership stakes ; aiifi That George Houston Reid 's a rank ont-ider ; and That he of the uionoclcd-pye does not relish playing tbo puHitimi of nonentity. That tho truth of the aphorism 'lis ail ill wind and etc.' ia brought into question by the fact tlixt the present winds havo not brought any ono any good ; but Tbat it is to bo earnestly hoped that they will bring tho town a wnlar curt for tbo streets. That the Boor is playing it low down when ho descends to assassina tion— which would norm to substanti ate those charges about abusing the white flag. Tha; the evergreen 'Jersey' is again on the mend. That the Hega-Eden Railway Loaguo ihieaton...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

A Macilant Wasting System THOROUGHLY REGENERATED. A Perfect Rejuvenation. The Case of MRS. CLARA CARTER. (From the u Penrith Timet*1 N.S.W.) (BY UUB arret a l ukpoktsr.) 'My case,' said Mrs. Carter, of Com mcrciabatreot, Penrith, to our reporter, who was questioning her »s to her illness, M was one of Nimple weakness, a sort of gradual decline, but it was a very serious thing all the nine, and I firmly beliovo that if I had not been fortunate euough to obtain a remedy whieh waa able to supply what was deficient in iny blood, I should have wasted aud Wasted Away Till I Dlod, This wasting dlseaso (if you can call that a disease) which showed no violent symptom, or gave no dircct acute pain, stole upon mo all unawares. If I had any pain It was only as a result of my weakness. My blood was so poor that my face went tho Colour of Yellow 8oap — vory waxy looking— and my lips, the inside ot my eyelids, and my gums wero a peculiar white. I sutlercd very greatly from loss of *leep. Strange a...

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

[?] Thursday, lflth— Wolutnla (Mr Hasloa'a). 11. Kuoday, 10th— Wolomla, 8U Lako'a, 11. C&odol IJdO. Thursday, 83rd— Niagara, 11. Sunday, 26th-Bomboka, 11, MogUla, 2J0, TanU . ^wangio T J.A. NBWTH. Roctor

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

V1TADATI0 HAS SAVED THOUSANDS OF LIVES. IT MAY SAVE YOURS IF YOU TAKE IT. KIDNEY and HKART TROUBLE CURED A Message from New Zoaland.— Two Yiars since she wo* cured and No Return of tho Old Trouble. Union-street, Auckland, N.Z . April 21, 1900. Mr. S. A. PALMER. Dear Sir, — I am writing to thank you for 1 bringing Vitadatio lo Now Zealand, for I know from my own experience that it is an excellent medicine. For two years I suffered with a WEAK HEART and KIDNKY TROUBLE. I was getting from bad to worse during this time. I triod many so* called remedies, but thoy afforded me no relief. At last I had to take to my bed, and was confined to my room for three months. While I was eo bad a friend advised mo to try Vitadatio, and I am pleased to say that it hasgiveumo greatsatisfaction, as I am quit© recovered. I took 12 bottles in all It is two years since I was cured, and I have had no return of in y trouble, which goes to provo that Vitadatio thoroughly oleanses tho system of the disease. Tr...

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

' CATHOLIC Wodaoaday/l&th— Bcga,'0 Sunday, 19Ui— Bemboka, 11 Sunday, 30th— Bega, 9. Candolo, I1J0 T. llAUKETT. P.P.

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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

SYDNEY MARKET .REPORT. Denhara Bros, roport August 14 Button creamery lOd, factory 9d to 9|d, dairy 8d to 8ld, chee-e, medium 4jd to|od, loaf,od to 6|d ; bacon, 5d to rd ; potatoes, CII.. Oin to 70* ; onionn, ;*-« to fin 8d ; oats, feed, 2h 3d io '2a 4d ; seed, '2d 4d to *2h 5d ; bran and pollard, (Jd to 9Jd: chttff, 67a Gd to 75«; maize, 2a 8d to 'in 9d ; ejfgn in heavy supply, GJd to 7d; poultry, good demand. * Hill, Clark aud Co. roport: — Fat pig tuarkot lightly oupj-tied to-day. Choice lineaol baeonom were again in strong do maud and iold well Porkers al*o sold to good competition, prices being firmer than Tueadny's rateri. We -juote extra prime weighty baok falters «t 50a to CO#, prime weighty 44a to 50a, otborn 30s to 40», extra prime weighty baconeM 'Jos to 38g, good to t)rimo lighter 2Z* to Ma, light 2Cs to 32s, best heavy porker* 24m to 26h, prime lighter 21s fo 23m, light Ib'fi Ui 20a, others from 14s Proapecta are bright and encouraging. Cfjc ^outjje^n ^-tav, PUBLISHED k...

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Romantic Incident of the War [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

Romantic Incident of the War It appears that the Transvaal Boors have benn busily engaged in plots since the British successes worn gniued in that territory. Tile following account of an attempt to retaKO jonaiinesourg anu ivrugers dnrp is given by tho Pretoria en res pondent of the 'Cauo Times,' uuder date 17th July: — 'On Suturday Johannesburg was startled by the nows that a plot had been disovcred to take Johannes burg, aud that 400 arrests wero made. It appoars that a raoo meet ing was to bo hold at Joha'.nosburg, at which most nf the ofRuers were to be present, and the enemy had de cided to take advantage of this opportunity to make the attack on the forts ind garriscn. 'On the same day nn effort was to be made to retake Krugersdorp. 'The authorities, however, became aware of the plot on Friday, aud posponed the raoes, and going quietly to work on Saturday had the 400 plotters safe in the for*, with a largo number of rifles and a quan.'i ty of ammunition. 'Tho discovery of the ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

PRBBBYTEUIAN. Bega, overy Sunday at 11 and 7 JO Oandulo, tho First Sunday o! mch month at 8 Wolumla, tho Second Sunday ot each Month at 8 Xaxoeraka, the 8rd Sunday in cucb month at 8 Brogo, the Fourth Sunday o! each Month at 8 Oholr Practloe at 6 p.m. etury Friday; M. KIKKPATRIOK, B.A

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LATEST CABLES. ABOUT THE WARS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

LATEST CABLES. ABOUT THE WAE8. LONDON, Thursday. Tbe Elands Hirer garrison is still resisting the attaoks of the fioera,..Bnd bas sustained 67 casualties. General Hamilton has gone to their relief. The Parliamentary Under Seoretary for Foreign Affaire, speaking at Sur rey, said tbat England was prepared, if necessary, to land troops at Shang hai to proteot British subjects. England wad determined to risk everything, and put forward all her strength, before allowing British in toraata to go down in any part ol the world. Amerioan advices state tbat the Empress of China has offered to surrender the ambassadors anywhere outside tbe gates of Pekio if the oity is not bombarded. She further offers to submit all outstanding questions to arbitration. Oypher messages have beeo received from tbe Legations giTiag atsnrance of their safety. Prince Tuan exrcutej everybody sympathising with or supplying food to foreigners. Tbe allied forces are wall supplied with provisions, and have fought tbeir...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

CLIPPINGS. I limiting m-»ii with blonilli'iuti'ls ia hecnniing n popuW form of nmuaoment in mmio nf tlio Snuiliern S otns. The Denp Run Hunt Oluh, a 'dwnppor' organioatioii of Rioh meniil, Virginin, took nnrt in an exciting oliQ3o of this kind recontly. A wliite tr-an und a negro, hired for the occasion, having boon given two hours' start, throe ferocious blond hounds wwe turned loose on (heir trail, followed by raouutud hunts men. After a fow milos' run the the hounds, baying furiously, caught night nf the num, who wero terribly frightened, and baroly ranimjod to cpoiqio being torn to pieces by ulimhing a tree. This inhumnn sp.irt is indignantly donouncod by tlio press. ? ? ? A sensational shooting nfTroy oo ourreil at Black Hill, Uulliirat East, on Friday las'. Au elderly rami is alleged to have enticed two young girls into his hut, and assaulted one of them. Constable Carrol went to arrest tho man, who, on seeing him in tho hut. fired point blank at hira with a revolver. Tlio sho...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

WE8LEYAN. First Sunday In racb month, Bug* 11, lay sorrlcs Bemboka, U. Bog a, 7.80 Soeond Sunday, Hotfa, 11 (ComraunlonJ, and 7.30 (young people's servlco). B ogo. a Third Sunday, Boga, 11 and 7^0. Wolomla, 8 Foorth Sunday, Bega, 11 ami 7.30. Candolo. 8 Fifth Sunday (when occurring), Bega, 11 and 7.80 Wolumla, 8 Wbxk Evxhino Mkitinou and Seryicks I Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7.30 Oholr practice) Friday, 7.U0 JOHN SC11ABKIE.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY. Friday. The Minister for Works, io answer to Mr. H. Clarke, aaid tbat tbe matter of providing some abetter (or ahipping Ht Bermngai wa.au important one. Uo bad alrrady oent an officer to make inquiries, and be proposed, when tbe report was received, to place a sum on the Loan Estimates to provide money to carry oat tbo work. MesBri. Ii. C. Sbophord, and J, MoFarlane, tbo lattor oeing a member of the Public Works Committee, were thrjwn from a buggy Dear Daodaloo yesterduy bat were not aerioualy in Tbn Agriculniral Department bas arranged tuatora eggs in tbe Govern ment Oool Chambers during tbo cheap season, on producers' account. In tbe Assembly, last oigbi tbe bnxinesa was unimportant. News from Samoa aiates that tbero id every probubilily of (he rival nativo parties l-oi'g reunited. Mr. Burton wan accorded a splendid reception at the Town Hall last night. The building was densely packed by an xppreciatirH «nilieii';e. Sir William Lyno moved a resolution ezp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 18 August 1900

OF INTEREST TQ EVERBODY. TIII5 'ENCYCLOP/EDIA BRITANNICA.' .A. COMPLETE LIBI^AE/Y I IT ITSBLE Tho 'Ennycl tptodm Brltim-iica' (Dth edition) already known to everyone. but It is of interest, in rotincetinn with tho remirkablo offn of tlio London ''Times,'* to note the proportions of it* component ntrts It consists of twentv-four m**.iivo volamos. about S50 pages oach, and h twenty-fifth volume containing nn elaborate index tit tho whole. In nil ditton to the HU.OOH.UOtl word* which fill it* 21,104 page* of lotterpioss, it contains 340 full* pjgo plrtfo* nnd *omo G'l) rnapa nnd plans occupying less than u pagocach Tboro aro also 7450 other il ustrations. Ovur 1100 writers contribute! to tho work, and a sum of inure than £t;0,000 was paid for the raanu*cript ulnuo. It* exquitito printing, ami the earo with which it in hound, cotnbino with the editorial outlay to mako it ono of tk' moat costly works ever offered to tho public. And the priee flxod by the publishers wh* nooesmrily ft high...

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