ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Southern Star Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 38,543 items from Southern Star, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
38,543 results
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 August 1900

DANK OP NKW SOOTH WALES A BRANCH of this Bank will bo OPENED at KDEN, io this colony, on Saturday, I8tn August, inst , for the conduct of all uaunl hauling business. J. EUSSELL FRENCH, GcDoral Manager. j\^ O T ? ICE A. E. AENOLD and CO. and A. R ARNOLD horeby give notieo that Wai proceeding, will bo. taken for tho recovery of ALL AHPflTINTS nilTSTHinra/, A the end of tbo present month. Baga, Auff. 24. 1900 'C1UNEEAL NOTICE THE FEIENDS of the- lato MB PAT RICK SHEKHAN am respectfully invited Pn.coiieion to* leavo his Jate re«idonco. f2Uo^ck. : C°™t*K(, Bega, at P. MANNINO and SON, Undertakers. 1^ O ^ S. A L B. X1 aa a going conoern, my Milk and Produce Business, FARM IMPLEMENTS, to. 30 Cowa in Milk; 00 MUk Customers. AlM-LKA8^^SkOfUloPABU eg- A Splendid Investment. Apply to 0. KNIGHTON, Tarraganda. ?^ESLE Y AN CHURCO The federal Fair, . TO BE HELD IN THE LYCEUM HALL, BKGA nABBBEH — IILL — ' OCTOBER 9ifi and 10th, I90Q. ., . ALPnEDJ. MASON, '? Soorotary,

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

GENERAL NSWS In Franco licenses are issued to women io wear male clothing. A hangman who wished to crnceul bis vocation said ho was travelling for a fuspondor company. Thi) residents of Yses havo nub Bcribod Xll!0 towardH a local Fodoral city entertainment fund. . A claim for £8C,D00 for wharfnrjo premises has been put in by tho Illa wnrrn Coii)|mny in connection with tbo Darling Harbor resumptions. At tho laying of the foundation ntono of tho new Roman Catholio Pretoyiery at Tomora, over XGOO was collected towards au eHtimated cost of £700. Tho Victorian Butler Deterioration Board considers that there has not been nny serious declino in tho quality ol the colony's butter. The paiish ioners of St. Peti-r'nChnrcb, Kastcrnhill, Vidorin, have nnanged to pray by turriB from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. for thu appointment of a Cutholic pripflt sb rector. Heavy nnow has fallen on the southern highlsorlx, the pdow being hanked up 20ft high in tlwi streets ol Kinndra on Monday. An elderly nmn commit l...

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

PUEHBYTKKIAN. Boga, eyory Saudayal 11 and TJJO Gaudolo, the Pint Sunday ol emota month at 8 Wolumla, tho Socond Sunday ol each Month at 9 Kamaruka, the Srd Sunday Id each month at » Brogo, the Fourth Sunday ol each Month at 3 Onolr Practice at 8 p.m. overy Friday. M. KIHKPATIUOK, B.A.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 August 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. A mretino of tho Australian Board of Missions, was held at tho Town Hull yesterday. It wns devotod to make an ofTort to awaken irnoroat in tho work among tho Cbinona Tho Austialiun Union Company's stnamer Mupourikit wont ashore on Mabel Inland, flur puniti.jn is not dnngoroun. A madman at Milpauk yo.iterday took possession of a cuttiiRO and Grod upon tho occupant whoa tho lattor ap pioached. Owing to a trival diaputotho [Jot ton colliery -. orks havo boon clusod down, and nvor Cvo hundred mon aro thoro by thrown out of employment. A wire from Oassilia says thnt Camerou'e party picked up tho blacks' trail on Tarraman Qap in tho Liver pool rungoa. They tracod thorn tu within twolvo miles of' Llangulleo humestead, five ruilod from Caasilis, wlioro tho pursuers oainpod for tbe night. In tho Assembly, tho Industrial Arbitration Bill passed its second reading on the Toicos, and was then takoa into Committee.

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

WESLEYAN. Firat Sunday lu oaoh month, Ocra 11, la; sorvico Beniboka, 11. Boga, f.80 Seoond Sunday, Boga, 11 (Communion), and 7.M (yonutt poonlo's scrvico). B oko, 3 Third Sunday, Boga, 11 and 7.30. Wolumla, 8 Fourth Sunday, Bega, 11 an 1 7.30. Candolo, S Fifth Sunday (when occurring), Bega, 11 and 7 JO Win Evekixo lUr.T^od ahd SmTicia Frayor Mooting Wednesday, 7.80 Oholr practice, Friday, 7.30 - JOHK SCUARKIE.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 August 1900

With the advent of the wurra weatbor it is only natnrai to auppoue (bat. rotaries of tbo QKund old game of cricket will emerge from ihoir enforced absencH from tbe gamo and once more don the flannels, and do battle for their respective .cluba. Assuming cbat aaoh will be (bo casV', perbapa ? fow io maiks concerning Ibe prospects of tbe coming seafton *ili not be out of place. But before dealing with those prospects it ib necessary to 'lululgo in a retrospect of the last cou|ileof season's criokat. It has been paiufulfy obvious that of late years cricket lias been on the declit.e; in fact last seasoa'a cricket was practic ally dra-l. Naturally tbe question 'why is thin so 1' ?uggrata itself. And we supply the answer. Because the manngem ni of cricket by the Aa sociation lias been of such a nature that the game »ai alo»ly but su ely resolving itself into a farce. Possibly tbe Association bad the beat of inten tions when it inaugurated second grade cricket, bat, be that ai it may, it is...

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

MARRIAGE NOTICES 3a., including copy of paper. Births, 2a. fid. Deaths, 2s. Sd. por inch. To Memoriam, -la. per inch. Aarortlsoments of travelling companies cash in advunoa./ ? Sxrozvrxotria the tobacco trade. W. D and H.'Cfc'. Wills': Imported CAPSTAN Ci garettes ore now* idling nt 4d per packet of 10. A. Bi'BXTMBBBO. from Sydney, visits tue Bega Diitxiot 'regularly erery throe muntha with ? grand Mlodtion of nowedt jowehy.' _? ' .._''? .

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE FIGHTING LINES. WHAT THE BEGA MEN ARE DOING. FINE LETTER FROM PVT. BYRNES [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 August 1900

IN THE FIGHTING LINES WHAT THE BEGA MEN ARE DOINU. FINE LETTER FROM PVT. BYRNES Fbivati 'Paddt' Byrnea, who wont over to South Africa with the second Boga con tingont, writes to his sister Laura from Bethlehem, Oranifo Free State, under dute 9th July. The letter, which is full uf inter est, and characteristic of tho writer, ia 03 follows :— 'Just a few linos to let you know how the ball is rolling out here. Our column, after a. real good stiff fight, which lanted a couple of days, about 20 miles tho other side of Pretoria, waa ordered buck to Pretoria, anc from thoro .wo pushod on another track through tho Free State. Wo havo not had a fight for nino or ton days, and tho gamo ia (retting vory acarco. Thoy aro nearly all shot out. Wo aro oainpod horo, and its pretty frosty at night. Thia town ia about 60 miles from Harriamith and 120 from Ladyemith. I don't know how long it will bo boforo wo aro finished. It is a pretty tough job, na tho wrotcht-8 always olear out aa soon 03 wo got c...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
His Reasons for Running Away. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 August 1900

His Reasons for Running ?' Away. 'You ran nt tho first fire, did you?' said the oolouol of a oolorod regi ment. 'Yes, sail,' waa tho unblushing reply, 'mi' I would hnve run Riinnnh if 1 had knowed it was oomin'.' 'But have you no regard for you reputation, Sam P1' 'Reputation is nufilu to mo, sab, by the side of life.' 'Well, if you lost your lifo you would have the satisfaction of know iiiK that you had died for your country.' 'What satisfaction would dot be to mo, sub, whou de power of feuliti' it was gone ?' 'Then patriotism is nothing to you Sam ?' 'Nuffin' whnteber, sah.' 'If our soldiers wero Iiko you, traitors might havo brokon up the Government without resistance.' 'Yes, sah, dat's sj ; dere would had bnuu no helf for it. I wouldn't put my life into do softies gainst any uutiertumiu uat oDor existed, for no Gubomuieni onuld replace do loss to mi*. I 'spect, though, dat de Guliernmeut would bo safe 'nuff if all de soldiers were like me, as deu dere couldn't bo no fitiu'.'

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

Sl'DNKV MARKKT REPORT. Doubam Bros, report on 21at inalant : — Creamery butter 10d, factory 9J to 9Jd, daily 81 lu 8 J-1. Cbooio. modium 4.}tt to 5/1. luaf M to 5JI. Bacon Sd tu Gl. Pntatooa. C.d. He.1i.kins advanced tn 75s. Onions acarco 6* 9,1 to 70s. Oats, food 2' 3d to 2n 44. soed '2i 5.1. Chuff 07* GJ to 73s. Maize 2. M to 2-t Sd. Brand and pollard 9d to 9Jd. Ejrgs in Rood /?upplr, 0JI tu 7(1. l'utiltry lu good do inand. Clarkeand Co ropoit on 20th instant : — Croamery butler KM. factory 3d to U.Jil. dairy 7.1 to Sd. Ubeoso dull, baf 4)4 to 5d, large 4f 1 to 5d. Country cured baron 4dtoSd. Lard, bulk 3d. EiR«Cl t' 7d. Honey in Ri'od demand. 1J to 2 i ? 1 . Maize 2a (id to 'Ji 7il. Pip* in good de mand, bacouera 37a 6d to 67s (id, porkers 17t6d 2fli. Poultry in good demand, turkeya 4a to Us, fowla 2- Cd to 3s (id. mil, Clark and Co. roport on '2'2od imtant :— Fat piga, market fully supplied. Prime baconera selling wall, especially tbs litrhtor aorta; cboico boavy porbura realisi...

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

LATEST pCABLES. LONDON. Thursday. Utots ha'o occurred at Cowni,oro, India. A number of arrests have boon made, and twenty-oob of the rioters wero found guilty and sentenced to death. A railway strike has occurred in Wales. Thirty thousand oollierB havo been thrown out of woik, and trade is paralysed. A man named Gosb has been re manded on a charge of stealing £00,000 from the Bank of Paris in February of lust year. Gitncrals Buller and French have joined forces and made a combined movement to Vanwykaorei. They mot with much fighting, tbe Boers defend ing a succession of ridges. Thu Fifth Royal Irish and the Gordon Highland ers were temporarily hard pressed, out eventually tbe Boers retreated It is believed that the whole Boer forco contemplates a retreat to the busll and veldt. General Hamilton has crossed tbo Crocodile River, and is marching in a north-easterly direction. Colonol Carrington's forco of Aus tralian Bushmen bas encaged the Boers nour ZneruBt. Ii'ird Roberts believes t...

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

a Remarkable Cure. Many Doctors Fall. Angemfa*s General Debility A RADICAL CURE EFFECTED. (Set Sydney 'Bv«iv Next,' J-/8/»A) (nr ouk spicut nifoBTitn.) Mr.. Bushby, of 69 Crown-atreet, Sydney, having been cured of A Dangerous Oomplloatlon of ailmeiiU by Clemouti Touio, and this having eoino to our eu-a, our reporter wu apucmlly cominisiioued to wait on that lady and obtaui from her own lips a detailed account of her cane. ? Mra. Buihby received the newspaper man moat kindly. ?? I ihould Indeed lie ungrate ful,' she stated, ' If 1 withheld from the wurld the whole history of my iltueu and bow I Wat Entirely Ourod by Clements Tonlo, after trying in v«lu many remodios and many doctors, who g'»vo mo npu incurable; In fact, I have often thought of writing to tho p.p-ra myaelf about it, with tho hope that other women, who aro suffering as I did for years, might kuow how Olemonta Tonlo aavod ma, and would save them.' ' Will you kindly Inform me how and In V hat way you first fell ill ? ' '...

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

IS VENTS TO UO.MK. Bc«a School ot ArU DcbaUug Club m.cts otery altuntaU Friday. Ladles' Lodgo ot tho O.U.U.O.'. meets Tliursdar fortuightly Loyal Prince Allred Lodit--, M.U., mnts on Mou day. Tonlnit Star' LoJgo. I.O.U.P., uieeta on Monday Masonic LoJgs, Bega moots on SocouJ Tuuiday in Boga A., P. and II. Socliity'a Coiumlttvi. meets Or»t Tuonaay ol tho nloutli. First Tudvday in uacli mouth, Cuuucll Qood Templars meet ovory Tufhiav OommouaTruatoesmooitastTufsdaytneacb mouth Joapiul Coinmittoo mccLi Secoud Woduesday In Boga IlcnoTilont Eoclity meets second Tuesday in Bebool of ArU CommlUoe meets Kir»t Thursday in tlnfonmitlanUwlUdfron Stcrttariti) PUBLISHES AT BXOA OS WEDNEPDAS AND SATURDAY. 'Bb jurt, and fear tut; let all tho ends thou aira'at at bo thy country's, thv God's, and trnth'a.' ' J SATURDAY, -AUGUST 25, 1900.

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

Spncinl A4l-crtiMctii£'ut8. F. A. ORMISTON, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, CABP-STRBET, BKGA, («T SBAUIil ©IM'O.NITK I'»ST OVl'ICK.) BEOS to nunounoo that ho hits onmtH '» MANAOER of hit CHEMISTRY UIISISKSS, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), {Lato jrmrwor of Leading KituMMimentii in 8ydnoy and Ooiilburn.) HAVING ADDED RXTKNSIVF.IjV TO HIS STOCK, Tie in hi a jnwition to SUPPLY TUB WANTS OK CUSTOMERS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs and Chemicals. ? Country Order* promptly attended to. 03- SPECIAL OA.11E GIVEN TO ORDERS BY POST. T\ B N T I S T It Y MR. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURaEON, CAKP-STRKKT, ilEOA, Opposite School or Art*. ?3' CROWN AND BRIDGE WOKK A SPECIALITY. ?¥-» EN T1STRY F. G. HEADY DENTIST. Porraancnt Address : — CARP-ST., BEGA. TL.LAWARRA STEAM NAVJ I GATION COMPANY. A STE AM ER WILL LK4.VK SYDXBY ivory MO.VDAY mid WED NESDAY at hood EDENovcry WEDNESDAY at 3 a.m., and SATURDAY, G a.m. MBRIMBULA. every WKDNKSDAY. at 0...

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

ItUNliiCMS Directory lOHNCOLLll, ARTISTIC TAILOR, Uliurcli-Nlrci't. H«-sa, ADJOINING THK HANK 11OTKI,. Material and Workmanship QUAKAKTKr.l). PROMPT ATTENTION t,. OliPKKS. fcS' Call and Inspect Patterns. WHYMAN & BR00K8T COACH & BUGGY BUILDERS, etc., &c. Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLES Mado or Repaired on thu Shortest Notice. e«- OUR PRICES are consistent with HONEST WORKMANSHIP. IJIHE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. REV. ALFRED J. ROUE. Of Chrinfs Hospital fttul thu Uuivenity of London (First Oiv. Certificate), »nd oer certificated by iho University of Molbournu, Lute Senior Annuitant Master it Eton (Q). TERMS and all information may bo oh. tamed on Application. SF Evening Clmuon. Shorthand UImmm, and Private Tuition for the Universities. occidental hotel, Corner of Carp and Auckland Street*, - I) E G A. — MOST COMJfOMoUS HOUSE in TOWN. Cl me to Central Sale Yard*. HE*T BRANDS of WINES, SPIRITS, and KEKUS. rST Fibot-olahs Ta...

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

U.YTU.OLIU 8un-lay, 30th— Bctfa, 9. Gandolo, 11 JO T. HARNETT, P.P. ?

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF AUGUST. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BRO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 August 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OP AUGUST. CHURCH OP ENOLANU Sunday, aith-BcK», 7.80. Wallagoot, 3 Thursday, 8 p.in., Choli practice F. BEVAN, BA. Sunday, IWUl-Bemboka. 11, Mogtlla, ISO, 7uU wanglaT ,. ? J.A. NEWTII.M. A., Rector

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

No Good thing should be hid from the Sick and Suffering Webber's VITADAT10 13 THE BEST HKMEDV. Dawes Point, I Georgo-tUreet, February 13, 1900. Mr. PALMER.— Pear Sir, — It a nearly three years ago sinco I bad th.« first symp toms of a troublo which ?.as sine « caused me terrible agony and inconvenience. On oon snltiug a doctor he told me that I haJ a diseased toe, caused by blood poisoning. I went into a byda-y hospital, And there underwent au operation. Tho doctor to* moved part of tho toenail, and told me tbat he thought I could never be really well as turns the foot was co.icerueJ, but tbat he hud dou« all that cou d bidone iu the mo;tu time For a time the foot was letter, but this improvement was only a temporary one. \fter about three months the sore broke out avaiu, and was worms thau ever it ha-l boon. 1 could not go; about, and did not have a bjoton the foot for more than throe years. At one time tho lump w is as largo as an egg- cnp. F.i.ding that the doctor's treit tceut h...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORONJE'S ABODE [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

ORONJE'S ABODE- I Thu temporary home of Crotije and his fellow ttodrs is not the . desolate spot some think it to be. On the contrary, St. Helena is con- ! sidered by many who know it well ] to bo quite a bcnutif.il island. troui the sea-board it has a Darren and forbidding appearance, bnt in land you find undulating pisturei of the richest green and orange tints, interspersed with woods and fir plantations, and here and there beautifully wooded glens leading to tho sea. Tho climate isalino-it per petual summer. Sntig-I'ioking country houses lie embosomed in leafy valleys, and trees and Dower ing shrubs from almost every country grow luxuriantly. There are banks of wild fuchsia in ruddy bloom, great b-iuchos of heliotrope, with sweetbriar, and myrtle ; an abundance of roses, vigororou-- trees of red and while camellias, in which children are swinging, over laden peach trees, in which th-y sit eating to tbeir hearts' conten'. The native floia of St. Helena, when occupied by the Portu...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Decrease of Tuberculosis [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

Decrease of Tuberculosis. Not oidy stockowners, but the puhlic generally, will l-e gr--tiHcl to learn that (he -1 re:ul--ii -lisease of ttibercilliwis is urii.lmilly decreasing among the herds of this colmiy, ami tbat cnmiMreil with uther countries, thi'Cittle of New South Wales iirt. intiuitely more healthy, (writes I 'Talpa' in the 'AiHtrilanan). There j ia reason to believe thai tbis disease might bo i-nti-ely -frimped out umong the cattle (if Au-tralin by maintaining a rigid *ystem ol° inspection and condemnation nf infested animnU for a few years. Scientists tell us that tuberculosis is not hereditary, as wis formerly believed, and that the disease is only communicable from one heast to another through the medium of the atmosphere or by inoculation of the blood. An unhealthy allium' may communicate the di«ease Io others confined with it in a ulus. yard or atanle, and t lie Preside!!' ? -f the Board of Health thinks it is ex tremely probable that inoculation of pleuro-pn'tumn'i'...

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