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Herefords and Buffaloes. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

Herefords and Buffaloes- I A TASMANIAN breeder writes thus tna Mulbnurnupaper:-.'rn 4 recent iiHim I notice'] a letter from 11 Mr. Pope, if Dakota (U. about Ihe s'mpe of the Hereford, which will come an n surprise to AiHtrjl:an breeders, an'l wniiln neem to indi cate tlmt tho roixlitiona of life in tho range were ca-isinjj nn altera' ion of form. Mr. Pnpesnys : 'Looking last fa 1 «t an old Hereford hull in ordinary ruiige flosh, I wa» very much struck by thu »imilirity in his 'iMpe to the tmffuln, -vhntu placo he hat) taken upon the run^e. There was the high ma-wive shoulders nnd depth of cheat indicative of iionienie lung power, thu short forelegs, a very similur *v«y of carrying the huud, and tho .S'iniewhat light hind quiirter-s all of which points resemble the buffiln in a modified form.' This is evidently a trunk of naturd. A few (noriihs bick ( owned a pure Hereford bull, tho counterpart ol the one described. He wnn bred in Tusinnnin, -jtnl 30 much resembled a l-uttiiln, thai ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

A N D WANTED WATTLE LAND — Kont or Purchase 160 aoron for cnltlratfng wattlos Price nnd all particulars. W. PURSER, Knmoro, Hydnoy. Ijl O R SAL E, as a conocrn, in y Milk and Produce Business, I'ARM IMPLEMENTS, &o 30 Con-f) (n Milk; 00 Milk CuHtomon. A1so—IjKa8E, for 2 or 4 yoarn, of tho FAKB1 at TAKkAGANDA. OT A Splendid InvcKtmont. Apply to C. KNIO I! VON', , Tarraganda. | 'ptOR SALE' AT OAZKTTE DBI'OT Leimiru Hoar, bnok numtMirs, bound. Sunduy ut Uome, back uunibcm, bound, at Ruducod rricfH. School, Law, and Commcrcid Stationery Books, Muvic. Sawing Mnchino NcodluM and Purta. FM)WER SEEDS.— Violet. SalpigloflHia, Verbena, Anter, DcHort Tea. Curnution, 1'ansy, Naflturtlum, Plox, MignonoUo, Swoot Pea, Stock (Hrompton and Ten weok), Bal wim, Mftr^nerite, (JonvolvuluH, Korgetmc not, Cornflower, Godotin, Candjtuft(orimnon) French Mariguld, ctc. And a Full Assortment of VKGKTABLE 8KKDS. W. J. M°LEAiN .& CO., ?Tos Merchaota and Importers^ — or — . - , THK STHAND, SYDNEY,...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

pinimior xamkrcka StxoS&f,2nti— Earner lkm 11(11.0.1 WolamU, (St Loke'ti ,) 3 Soqth WolamU 7 Sandtv, 9th— Bembok*, 11. VogfUa, 8,80. Tan* tawanglo,7 Thursday, ISUi— Wolamla (Mr Htnlon'a). U. fionday, 16th— Wolamla, 8L Lake's, iL, ILC. Candolo, 7.80. Thursday, 30th— NUgara, 11. Sunday, '.'3rd— Roinboka, 11 IT.C- UogHla, 2.30 8unday, 80th— Tautawangio, 11, 1I.C. Candeto 7 JO J. A. NKWTH. M.A., Bactor

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

WII.L tho lady of fair complexion who . met dark gablJoraan on rvccnt trip of Hto&mcr AUowrie to Tathra forward ad drcM to , \ 'ANXIOUS,' c/o P.O., Durwood, Sydney. Jjl OR SS . A L E A MAGNIFICENT PIANO by Juliua Fourich, Leipzig, uuperior .finish in ebony, 7} octaTerf ; ooot £70; ln 'oM712 montLa; pri6o.£60^ or will exchange for 'good cl&sd Cottage Piano and part cash. Apply Ofiico of this Papciv j^ANK OF NKW 80UTH WALES A BRANCH of tbis Bank will bo OPENED at EDEN, in this colony, in Haturduy, 18th August, lost , for ' thii cobduct of' all msual banting business. J. KUSSEM. FHENCH, . Oeneral Slanagor. (J1 H A N K S fttR. and MRS. W. MURRAY desire to tendor their sincere 'thunks- to their many friends for kindness and sympathy shown durintr the recent illness of their son GEORGE. Doublii Creek, Aug. 28th, 1900. Government Sellccs. Department of Publio Works, Sydney, 15th August, 1900. ATTENTION is lUrcctcd to Gazette No tice inviting PliESH TENDKRS for KXTENSION of ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

OA.TUOLIC % Sunday, 2nd— Candelo, 9. Bega, 11 80 Ban-lay, 9Ui— Bega, fl. Candolo, 11*30 3unday, 16th— Bega, 9. Candelo, 11.90 Sunday, 23rd— Bembok*, 11 Sunday, 83th— Bega, 9. Candelo, 113) T, HAKVBTT, P.P.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

Ten ilayB prior to th» outbreak of the Boei war a member of tbe Houso of Commons advised President Kruger to seize all the [m»yf8. A selector's house at Cattle Creek, near uansnia, was rouoea tiy tho litre long blucks, a rifle being among the. articles stolen. The Governors (?avo a □??tuber of cartridges to a solictor's wife with inxtructiona to gire -them to tho police, with thbir compliments.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

PRESBYTEKUN. Bega, every Sunday at 11 and 7,80 Candulo, the First Sunday of ouch month at 8 Wolamla, the Seoond Sunday of oach Month at 8 Kamoruka, the 3rd Sunday iu oach moath at 8 Brogo, the Pourth Snnday of each Mouth at 8 Choir Praotloe at 8 p.m. ovory Friday. M. KIUKPATItlCK, B.A.

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ROAD TENDERS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

ROAD TENDERS^ Tendeub for the following work were oponfld at tho Court-house, Boga, on Monday : — Contract No 1/1900 1901, Bega to l'utlira. £ ? d George Wilson ? 1!1U 0 0 \V. Frazor ? ? . . . : ? 200 0 0' J. Guthrio ? ? 212 0 0 J. Cui ran ? ?; ? 213 15 0 Cod i met No. 2/1000-1001, Bombala to Ueritnbula. Jacob Nybeck ? 139 2 0 John Outhrie . . .'. ? 108 8 0 J. Curran ? ? ? ? 235 1 0 W. Manning ? 270 0 0 Contract No. 3/1900 1901, timber for bridges. Thoma, O. White ? 72 4 0 W. Manning ? ? 72 IS 0 R. Ferguson ? 75 2 0 J. Gutbrio ? 86 5 0 Contract No. 4/1900 1901, Bermagui to Cobaigo. ?' George Hvland.'jutu , . . . 14G 12 3 Dunsmore and Henwood.. 151 5 0 John Curran ? 181 1 8 Contract No. 5/1900-1001, Bormagui to Tilba Tilba. Dunsmoreand Henwood.. 64 11 8 J. Hyland, jun ? 72 17 G James Engatrom .. ? ? 97 18 4 John Curran ? 100 0 0 G. Wilson ? ? 125 0 0

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

WKSLEVAN. I FIrat Sunday In i* ack month, Boja 1 1, lay nervlce Bemboka, 11. Bega, 7.80 Socond Sunday, Bega, 11 (Communion), and 7.80 (young pooplo'a sorvlco). B ogo, 3 Third Sunday, Bogo, 11 and 7.80. Wolura'a, 3 Fourth 8auday, Bcga, 11 and 7.90, Candelo, 8 Fifth Sunday (when occurring), Bega, 11 and 7 JO Wolumla, 8 Wxzk Evkwimo Mkbtixoi and Biuvicks Friday, Aug. 81st— Bomboka, 7 JO Monday, 8rd— ' Wallagoot, 7.80 Tuesday, 4th — Oarfiold, Mr, Morns1, 7,80 Wednesday, 6th— Wolamla, Mr UcPnul'd, 7.80 Thursday, 6th— Candelo, 7.80 SHday, 7t*i— Brogo, 7J» (Tc.nplars' Hall) Monday, 10th— Tanja, 7.80 Tueoday, 11th— Bega Bandof Hope, 7 JO I prayer ileotlng WoUnoailay, 7.80 I Choir practice, Friday, 7.S0 JOHN SCIIARKIE.

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HEARD HOUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! That judging by tba way odo of tbe local footballors was running about tbe oountry on a rocont Sunday, tbe pamo is going to die bard io Hogs. Rumors of a local broach of promise case. Tbe query 'What do you tbtok of tbe Eden ?n Tbat a local aportimao went a-hunting for birds for another Bird ; but Tbat, like the Broelong black partners, he bad to return empty banded. Tbat a leading local hotel it about to change bands ; and That when tbe new boat takes posies sioD, boarders wilt bo sure to got their Daly bread. Tbat a youngster attending ono of the 1 local schools receotly performed tho dangerous feat of swallowing a noodle, and was roprimaodod accordingly ; aod That aoothor of' the rising generation astounded the same toucher by produciog a tbreeponoy-bit and ozolaiming 'Pleaso Miss, I swallowed tbis yesterday.' That tho man wbo promenaded Carp street on a recout- Saturday night with the hinder partotan inner garment pro trudiog ia- perhaps, aware by this time tba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

A boor to Cigarotte sraokors WILLS' i celebrated imported OAPSTAIN ' cigar- I ettoaddporpackotof JO. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

. j THIS space — IS FOR A. J. DISHER & CO., —THE — MB file EMI STORE, — WHERE - ' * -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. FIEST DISPLAY— Thursday, 7th inst. n~- ? \ A V MUSIC J h — B FOSTEO BY fl | Prom 1853 I return. ? I Till Now | fl I Paling's | i Pianos & 1 1 Organs 1 I ' Have B (stood | the 4 Test.' ^ 1'—'- Hence their £ 9 Popularity. V SF.ND S3 OR GO TO V W £-*9 B P/ILINQ'5 B FOR tVtRYTHINC MUSICAL (g ^ Violins Cornets B a Canjos Guitars I Q ManJolins Flutes 0 H Autoharps I'oiyphons 6 fi Concertinas A-cordeons i W &c., (cc. 0 CATALOGUES FREE. J R LOWEST PRICES. 8 f I PALING slS; { t- 338 CEORCE ST., SYDNEY. f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

? riisdtipi iox : I fi S . I3 K It A N N U M . Singlo Copy, oil. i.Y ^ $? — ? ? ? II She ! *'?y* PRODUCE ||| farmers' l|| ik-eperative STOCK [ i/9 Auctioneer^, l)| i*6mpani(9 * Ximit&df Sussex & Liverpool Streets, Sydney. ? SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL - - £20,000. ?if-A-W directors: j . I W.M. Mr.MILI.A.V, Ks,,., Svusr.v. , Cait. A. J. O. TIIOMI'SdN, ^ ^ iMj:SASiii.K. ALKX. CA.Ml'MKI.I,, Ksy., AI.IaA., (iKititiNiiuN*:. i^-r I** L DYMOCK, Msg., .Iamiikuuij. ?lOitX I'KAHKK, Rsy., y, S Al.lllOS I*AHK. -I \ £ I ' IXALIJ KK.NXICIiV. Ksg., is' » J CKO. PLi;.MMKi:t Ksi/.. .S.MirirruwN. JOIIX CUKKH, i:^v.. SiilMtWoDh. CKO. BKANSImiN, K K«u.i.asi»'s Plain's. AUTHUIt NI'.'KM-;, l-y., 1J*:.:a. .10 UN MONACIIAX, Ksy., liKULi.I.AS. .V'f SlIuAl.llAVKN. ^ A FEW SOLID REASONS ,M- \ ? ?— wm^mm '&)?'& WHY THIS COM 'ANV SIIOULd'dI: SUN'ORTHD : ^7'/ '(V* I, — The Company in purely ('»? opurativo, ami it* op-i.ilions ate dire« ti;-l ; ^'?S hv mtiii wlins.j inU*rcMtri are insep;ir;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

'Published on Wednesday and Saturday. Registered at thu General Pont OJftco, Sydney, for tranHQibuion by Post m a Newspaper. BuNinoAH Directory 'JOHN C0LUN7 ARTISTIC TAILOR, -;iiui*cli-N(rcp|, IIvkim adjoining the hank hotel. Material and Workmanship GUAUANTEKI). PROSrPT ATTENTION to OltPKRS. ts- Call and Inspect Patterns. WHYMAN &lR00KSr COACH A DUUGY BUILDKH3, *&c., &«., Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLES Mailo or Repaired on tho Sburte.it Noticc. t3T OUR PRICES nro consistent with HONEST WORKMANSHIP. IJIUE GRAMMAR 8CHOOL, BEGA. — M A B T E » — REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Ohriat'H Hospital and the University of London (First Div. Certificate), and oer« certificated by tho University of Molbourno, , Lute Senior \soistant Maator at Eton (Q). T£UMS and all information may be ob. tamed on application. Off Evening Classen, Shorthand Clawwa, and Private Tuition for tho Univernities. OCCIDENTAL. HOTEL, Corner of Carp and Auckl...

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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OP SEPTEMBER. CirUHCII OP BNOLAND ST. JOKK'H CUDBOn B BOA. ThurfltUr, 8 p.m., Choit practice I P.BEVAN, B.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

M]--tciul AilwrtUcineiitii. F. A. ORMISTON, HIAMACi lJTICYL CHEMIST, CARP-STREET, BKGA, (Cr KKtiti.v oitositi: msr omri:,) BEOS to Hunounoo that hn lms engaged sb MANAGER of his CHKMISTKY HUSINKSS, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), (Lute Mans^er of Loading Kstablislnnents in Hydnoy and Gonlburn.) HAVING ADDED I5XTKNSIVM.Y TO 1I1S STOCK, ho in in a positiun to SUPPLY Til K WAST.S OF CUSTOMKRS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs and Chemicals. ' 'fir Couiili\v Oril^r/t promptly attended to. SPECIAL CARE GIVEN TO ORDERS BY POST. 1Q E N T I S T It Y MR. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP-STRKKT, ItlttU, Opposite hcliiMil of .\rtK, CROWN AND UKIDiJE WOllK A Sl'KCIALITY. E N T 1 3 T R Y F. G. HEADY DENTIST. Permanent A.ddrosi* : — U.VHP-ST., BEGA. ? ? _ ? ILL A W A K ItA ST E A M N A V 1 - CATION COM PAN V. A STEAMER WILL LKAVK 8TDKKV rtvory MO.VD.VY and WHD NESDAV- at noon EDBS ovary WEDNESDAY at S a.m., and SATJKDAY, 6 a.m. M...

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CHURCH ATTENDANCE IN BEGA. To the Editor of the "Southern Star." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

CHURCH ATTENDANCE IN BEGA To the Editor of the 'Southern Star.' Sib, — I wag vor; pleased to read your artiole, and tbe lettors published in your paper recently, on tbo abovo subject. I cannot, however, fully agree with tho Rev. F. Bevan's ably-expresied opinions, to the effeot tbat tbo people are alone re sponsible for this growing laxity in at tendiog tho Houao of God. It is, alas ! too true tnat toe groat majority ot tbo penplo of to-day porfor spending tbo Sabbath ia various, forms of pleasnre seekiug. It cannot bo deoiod tbat tho religious training of children is far too muoh oeglectod in tbo borne, and our youth are consequently growing up iD ignorance of their private as well as their publio Chiii-tian du'ies. It is tho excep tion nowaday* to find a. Christian family where all uuite regularly in family wor ship, ur eveo io readiog tbo sonptures. Generally apoakiug, parent, do oot, either by oxample or precept, eocourago their children to attend Chnroh ; heuce tbo lattor aro d...

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NARRIGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

narriga [by pf.ter pink 1 It is evident that the man who naid 'What's in a namo' did not livo in this century. Doubtless when he flourished nil thn names of places wero .sufficiently euphonious to make the remark superfluous. But in those days of electric trauis and patent pickle bottles we are continu-lly confronted with places bearing names so strange that when palerTamilina stt/,mpis to pronounce '.hem while rending tho Intost concerning tbe Breelong blacks ho screws his face into Mich exposition* as to frighten the last-born into enn | vulaiona. Probnlily menial wotry, accentuated by tho over-exertion caused by tryiug to dod«o the George street tram bil l a lot to tlo with tho production of such names as Narrigs. Nurriga ! Yo gods ! Is Bega the | beautiful to be fororer oi united under tho »eight of such a cognomen 1 Tho old country has somo queer names in the lists of its towns, such as Pmldlo ton-cum-Pudcileton, but from Lai.d's Knd to John o' Groats there will not no iounu m ...

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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. Lord Roberts, wbo ia located Hoi- 1 fast, bai made a recooaissanco of tho , onemy's ponilions, and found them occupyiui; a fronttgo ot about twnnry Bvo miles. Tho Boors ato entronchi'd in » slronanold aloof! a ridgo oxtondin? 8000 yards wnstward. General Bailer on Saturday replied to the enemy's abolls seven miles loutb. Lord Ro berta hold* tho ridges east of Belfu«t, Tbe Boera havo duairoyed a portion of the railway noar Krugersdorp. General nmuihon has captured a number of Boers and a quantity of live stock on tho Petersberg railway. It is reported tbat 30,000 Boxers are apprcecliing Pekin from the south. A heavy artillery duel occurred on Saturday. The Russiun newspapora havo b«en forbidden to attack Li Hung Cbang, bo being considered as Russia.'* friend. A thousand Russians, German*, aud Japanese are pursuing tbe Emp esB Dowager. Tho Czar has held an audience with Dr. LeydB. A R issian Spy has boon arrested at Pretoria with thirteen despatches ad d...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS- , SYDNEY, Tuesday. The Governor of South Australia has ^ ifl-uod a free pardon to thu oonstable who took a wager on tbo Adelaide : racecourse to seoure a conviction.' j Forty eight country M unicipal Cotin- , cils havo decided to co opcrat in j taking action to secure the prohibition of foothaJt on Sunday. Throe armod men attacked a night* watchman at the Brown--Hi)l mine, Kalgoorlie, on Sunday morning. They bound him and secured a large quan tity of sludge containing gold, and then decamped. ' The Premier has received a cable frjm 83Uth Africa notifying the fol lowing casualties amorg Now South Wales troops : — Privates Nolloston, Bjckleston and Lovcll, severely woun ded ; «J. C Burrow, W. J. Burrow and Cutson, slightly wounded ; Lenon died from disease. Young, Wadd and Leo, prisoners of war, have boen released. The Manchester Unity Order of Oddfellows last night initiated the Hon. G. II. Hoid aa a member. Tho Hreelong blacks aro still at large, and tho Queensland...

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