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Indian Famine Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

Indian Famine Fund. - £ . a d Amount previously aoknow ' loged ? i .... 63 13 2 I'Oburch' ol EDgUDit -...it. ?. % 'J 16 9 Wealoyan Oburoh ? 2 11 0 P. A. Ormiston ....... .... 0 10 0 Jaa. Jauncey ? ? ? (Ill) 0 W. Duff ...... ......... 0 fi 4 J. D. Bathgato ? ? ? ? 0 5 0 P. J. Ousaok ? ? 0 2 6 [Wo have been' informed that thn sub scription acknowledged byusai 'H.B. 10s' is identical with Mr. F. b. Halea' oontii bution of lOi 6d, also aoknowledgsd:)

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Thirst for Blood. HORRIBLE MURDER NEAR BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

The Thirst for Blood. HORRIBLE MURDER NEAR BOMBALA. Oh Sunday evening word came tbrongb to tbe Bega police that a man oapod Francis Ourran, SO ^oars of a^e, liad been murdered at Plain Vie Back Creek, near Camtalong. 1-1 miles from Bombala, by a man earned Frank Ward, alias John Sloijth, alias Frank Quinlan. The murderer set the body on fire, but ibe upper- portii n wsb raved by tbe police. Stnioi-^ergt. Moss and C instable Tilney left Be^a early mxt morning to be on tbe look out for the murderer, wh'j is a well-known criminal, and ia reported to hive beei at one time MDteoced to imprisonment for life. A wiro wa*, however, received in Bega early on - Uon lay morning stating that ihe murdeier had been arrested oo 8anday nigbt after a violent struggle. Further particulars of tbe tragedy stato that the crime was committed at Qunningrah on Sft'urday afternoon. Sevoral men wero out shooting, and Oorran's friends being anxious about bis return, Sleigh is alleged to have said to tbem 'Be w...

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

EVENTS TO COME. Itiff.i School of ArU Drliatijic Club tnerti ovt-rv Nlternatv Kri«l*y I.adlct' I«-xluo of tho Q.U.O.O.1-*. iituoU Thtim«lay fortniKhtly Loyal Prince Alfred Lodge, M.U., mcotn ou Hon day. voning Star' Lodge, I.O.O.P., mevtii on Monday MaHonlc Lodge, Bega inoeU uo Second Tuosday iu uncli montli. Beg^A., P. «nd II. Society's Committee inewta flr«t Tuo*uay or tho mouth. FiratTuesday in oach mouth. Couucit Good Templars meet uvwry TuendaT ComtaoaaTratftooaaofltlast Tuesday in each mouth Joapital Committee iccutn Second Wednesday in each mouth Beg* Bener-tlent Society uicvti accoud Tuesday in each month School of Arts Committee mevU Pint Thursday iu oach mouth \lnformaHcninvittd from SecrttarUi} !%yf'ARRlAGE ,NO TICK.S 3s., including lfX copy of paper. Births, 2s. 6d. t Deaths. 2s. 6d. per inch. In M-»moriam. ^H. p«»r inch. AdrertisemonU of travelling compauut cash iu advance. Cfje FUBLISUBZ) AT BEQA OM WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 'Bb juxt, and fear njt; let all tho onds thou ...

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

SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. Donharn Bros. report on 24th instant Butter, creamery lOd, faotory 9d?to 9jd, dairy 8d to 8jd— market dull and in good bupply; chucne, medium 4jd to 6d, loaf Cd to 5£d ; bacon Ad to Cd ; potatoes 76s ; onions ! 8m 5d to 9d, Hcarce ; oata. feed 2s 3d to 2s 4d, Heed 2« 4d to *is M ; maizo 2a 8d to 2a 9d ; egg* 7d to 7^— good demtad nudjfirmor. Cl«rki» & Co. report on 23rd instant:— Huttur, crCHim-ry lOd, faotory «d to 9}d, doirv 7d to Sd : vhee-o. lonf 4 Jd to 6d, largo 4jd to 6-I, dull; ntmntry-ourt'd bacon 4d to fid ; lard, bulk 3d : cggM Cd to 7d ; lionoy ljdto'ijd, gi»od demand; maizo 2a Od to s7d; pig-*, bicouurft XI \7*\to £2 17h 6d, porkerrt 1 7a 0d to £1|3Ch, fltm ; 'poultry, turkovH 4s to I if*. geoHG 4s to fis, duckaj 2s Gd to Gd, fowl* -s.OdJio 3a_Cd. Hill, Clark i Co. report on 27th instant Fat pigs^iuaikot heavily supplied on Friday Ia«t, tho bulk consisting principally of porkern and those ot meaium quality. Good and prime descriptions of ba...

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

He Shouted for Help It was not for pleasure that Mr. Wilson oon clu led to tuko a walk iu his garden ; it was rather utt rzperiiuent/ thau an nit of recre ation. And, grevioud to rotate, tho runult WitK atfaiust him. Tho fact is, ho had hardly oovotvd a hundre I foet of ground bi fore he stopped, gave » chokiutf gasp, Undjthen smg out io *ieip. mm wne ana two sous came to hit rescue, and pot aim indoors as beat they wero able. And that endod hit* going atoue for six months or more. IW trade Mr. Wil oo in a carpeotir, orr i of the mr*i useful, peaceful and res poet able of all the forms o! industry, llo has lired na l worked for a loug time at Oiven Terraco. Paddiu ton, Uri«baue, Queensland, stud liven thrre still. About four years . go— or it w«ll be by the time this geta iuto print— Mr. Wils-in beg»n*to frul hitme'f m tch less i f n tnati thpn he iisckI to bo ; he was breaking down. Tho Ant thing he noticed was that whon ho set out t-- walk a fnirixh dirttauco which he would havo d...

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

BEMBOKA. (From our Correspondent.) Thk Bomboka correspondent of your cotem. rises in indignation ngaiu-t mo for daring to oxnrcas un opini »n otit of touch with his, and tho forcc of the attack would load ono to believe he has a primary notion of bring ing about ray fpeody abolition from news paper controversy. Ho quotes th' mat. lor reforrod to, und tries to expoao it to public ridicule, his remarks implying that in order to attain to an equal rank of intelii gonco with himself, one must need* be an absorber of tho nows ho gathcri fiom a town which involves hit whole wordly goo in and pon-onal welfare. Commanding tho confidence of his follow public officials, he asks ia it poasib'e that ho should venture to destroy the giodwill existing amongst the pcoplo. Possible or not, ho wrote thut tho person who would propound somo means of galvanising lifo and energy into tho public i-odicH of Bombcka would deserro tho grati tude of overy progrossivo resident, further stattug tnat oven n sec...

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

He Reached the Peach- I The lady report-r of a Sydney] daily paper was endeavoring to procure tho names of prominent persons in attendance at a local fushionable party fsivs the 'Elector.'') 'I beg ^pardon, madams,' she said, softly approaching one of ihe gorgeously dressed ladies, 'but will you iblige by giving me your name V 'Certainly,' replied the lody in bar most lucid, aftuble manner, 'Mis. Archibald Joun Neeze.' '?Pardon me,' rejoined tho be wildered reporter, 'I did not quite catch the last name.' 'Joan Neezo,' repeated the other. 'With pleasure, J-o-n-e-s — Joan Neezt*,' haughtily answered the lady of fashion, adjusting her gold rimmed specs, and the surprised lady scribe retired to obtain an ice. Which recalls to memory a dinner at which a London wit was present. Ho was introduced to one very pompous individual who said his niiiiu was Lee Ache, and later, on being asked to spell it, replied : 'L-e-a-c-h.' The wit said nothing then, hut when tbe fruit was reached, he leaned...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

Now that the clouila that obscured the paBsage of the -Commonwealth Bill have passed away, aod the various con* tracking colonies have paved' the w ay for entering upon a syatem of govern ment which thall,. ooce and for all, lift aside the thin veneer of disintegra tiuu uu'i cou»uri luooi into u power uiadu mighty by ihp., anion of its ppoples, we can itiTord .^o dinabuse our tuinds of tbe uncertainty that eeerued to weigh in the balance and indulge in x calm reflection of tlie possibilities that might accruo from a moveineot of euch great national importHQce. We, aB a c- untry, are entering upon what many term the birth of our nationhood, and when tbat nationhood begins to dawn it is only natural to Hupiiose (hat I great diversity ot opinion will be rampant aoiougst tbe first batch of federal representatives— who may be regarded in the light of foster-mothers —as to the manner in which tbis ndoleflceut nation will be brought up ; for there is sure to be great bickering over such a ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega Post Office Time Table (Corrected to January 14, 1900.) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 August 1900

Bega Post OOlce Time Table {Oorrtoted to J&nn&ry 14, 1900.) j HAILS ARBITE »ROM I 1 Stdkkt, overland, via Cooma and Bern'1 boka. daily, (Sunday oxoepted) 11.30 p.m. | SinNSY, p«r rfteamer, Tuesday and Thurs day, time anoertain. Brmdwo*-d, Aratuon, Aloruya, Bodalla, Cobargo, Quaaina, Brogo, daily Sunday otceptod), at 7 p.m. Goulbobn, Oooma, Nimity belle, Monaro distriot, Bemboka and Numbugga daily, (Sunday oxceptod) 11.30 p.m Titdha and Brickyards Receiving Office Tuesday and Thursday, time uncei taiu. Ulladulla (via Tathra) Thurjd*y, per steamer, tirao uocortain. Oaklbc.0, Mogilla, Kameroka, Kanoonn. daily, at 8.30. p.m. Towamba, Timbillica, Rocky Hall, Cath cart, Wyndham, (vi.i Pambula), Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 p m, i Ei-kh, Pambula, Woluinla, and Merim ! bnla, daily Sunday exoepted at 8 p m. J llerimbula.viaJellatJollui, Friday at7p.m Wtkduah via Candelo, Sunday and Wed nesday at 8.30 p.m. i Takja iNolsou's), and Wapengne, Wod ' nesday and Saturday, at ...

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

CLIPPINGS Only one man in 203 is over 6ft. high. The woman who marries for spite invariably geta it. The first expedition to the South Pole took place in 1567. Oxen and sheep fatten better in company than when kept alone. Along Pitt-street, (Sydney, 92 'buses run 952 trips per day. Jimmy Governor, the Breelong murderer, is only 23 years of age, and his brother is but 10. Mr. Wragge prediots thunder storms shortly in various parts of N.S. Wales. 274 hares wero bagged at a drive near Cooma last week. A rabbit was a'so shot. The new Municipal Bill, about to be introduced into Parliament, will provide for regulating the width of tyrea. The Southern Stab — acknow- ledged by oontemporariea to be one of the brightest papers in the pro vinces. 4b per quarter. A special excuroi'Ti train will leave Cooma for Sydney on Septem. ber 7th. First-olass return tiokets aro 32b 6d, and second-Glass 22s 6d. Rabbits may soon be expeoted down Boga way. Several wore latoly Boon a few miles beyond Nimitybe...

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

A FAIK HEAUTIFUL 8KIK. SounouNif Soap k-vi'b the natural fiats and poaoh-Hk'* B uom of h porfect Complex ioa : raakOM Ui6 Skin smooth, supplo healtbv, C.Mnfortflhlj, TabloU, 6d Tub mail train loavos Cooma daily, Son day oxccpted, at A..10 p.m., arriving at noy, rnilcn, at n.hh noxt morning Fare; Single, first, 6U9d; socond-olass, 34s 9d; rotum, flwt, 77s 9d ; second olasa, 62a HEALTH, STHKNGT1I, ENERGY, Pbppkb's Quinikk amd Ibon Tonio h buoing, vivifyt.g, ttustaining, dispels de* prcssion, ourcs indigestion, Neuralgia and ntr ac^et or pains, reppor'u tho only real shlilling Biittlos Tonio. A SPOTLESS COMPLEXION SxjLpnoLiWB Lotiojc clears off all imper foctions in a f«w days. Pimple, Blemishes, Irritating Objeotiontble Appearances, Re-l- iww. H^ugbneas, Inn, UnoomfortaBln Skir Disfigurements, entiroly fado away, Wvin» a boautiful skin Shilling Bottlos of Sul nbolinn Valuadls i-isrovanr roit the hair.— ii juur hiiir is turning gro«* or white or falling off use the** MEXICAN HAIR RRNKW...

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

TO DARKEN GREY HAIR. L«cktbb*b Sulphub Haih RstrronsB is the quickest, best, safest, and cheapest. Lock rer'n keepaoS ravages of time, oauees Hair to.ifiow. Cheap Largo. Bottles.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pasteurisation. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 September 1900

Pasteurisation Thk 'Agricultural G»zotto' for August, has the following loltor reeeivnd by tho dairy export frem Mr. B. Gordon, of Omogn, Gnrriu goug, and formurly of Bega, in which tho writer givos expression to opinions of inlorest to all ongnged in 'ho prodaotion of first grade butter: — 'In answor tc your quos tions ro pas'eurisation, first from tho noitir. Of Vinw n-t n imtlnrninU-nr. T may as well admit, when thesystom wai introduced I had but little faith in it, as thu butter rondo undor tho process did not soom to mo to bo tnuoh bottor lhau I hnd boon tuysolf acou9tomod to mako, but I soon noticud that pastourisad butter placed for a longth of timo on ox hibit at tho Bhows camo bnak in as good and as swoot a condition as whon first raado, whorens my own butter — whioh was %i good as to scouro first awards — uficrwardsoamo biok very much detorioruted, in fiict, but littlo bttlor than pastry qunlily. This sot mo thinking I started to pastouriso, and tha results, if only from t...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 September 1900

A FAIR BEAUTIFUL SKIN. Souviouxx Soar firm ths natural tinla and peach**lHcr B'oom of aporfoot Complex* io-i ; makes the Skin smooth, supplo hnalthv, ComfortxhU. TablutK, 6d. Tna mail train leaves Cooma daily, Sun dav oxoepted, at 6.30 p.m., arriving at Quutburn, 131 milea, at 12.30 ; and at Syd ney, 265 miles, at A.55 next morning Fare: Singlo, flrnt, 51» 9d ; Becond-clasa, 3*j 8d; return, Brut, 77a Sd : nrannd oIiim, 62h HEALTH, STltliNGTH, EKERGY, PsFPKR'a Qoikiku ira Ieok Toma i« bticiii);, vivifyii.tr, sufitaininfr, diBpela do prcmion, ouroa Indigcntion, Nouralyia and air acSos or painK. Tepper'a tho only real shlUling Bottltx Tonic. A SPOTLESS COMPLEXION Svltrolixk Lonox clean off al) imper fections in a few dnyfl. I'imple, Klcmi»ho», Crritating Objootionablo Appearanocti, Ued ie«i, Rnughnewi, Ian, Uncomfortablx Skir DisSguromenb-, entirely fade away, louvin. a boantifnl akin Shilliug Bottloa sf Snl VxLCknLK DiacovzttT »cm thk Hun. — It your hair is turning groy or whlto or fa...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 September 1900

[?] Bandar. 3nd-Karairlka 11 (II.O.I WolumU, (St Luko'a.l 3 South WolnmU T nundav, Oth-Bomlioka, II. Mogllla, 130. Tan. Uwanglo, 7 Thursday. ISth- Wolnml. (Mr Hanton's). 11. flnndav, lfllh-Woluiiila, St. Lake's, 11, H.O. Candolo, 7.80. Thnraday, SOth-NURura, 11. Sondny, 23rd— tlcmtjok*, 11 H.O. MoRlll*. 2.90 Sunday, 80Ui-Tanliuranglo, 11, U.O. Candolo 7 JO J.A. N BWTH. M.A., Rector

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 September 1900

CLIPPINGS. Tho Gorman Emperor costs his oouiitr/ £1,000,000 a year. The Dum Dum bullet dorivea its name from Dum Dum, India, whore it was first made. Blood poisoning often sets in within thirty minutes after the buHot strikes. ff^Un On.n.**nn.. O_.» ^fC_A i.._«n XUU UUUlUKKfl UlAtfc UIUUU lUiUO out all kinds of job printing at City prioes. Try it.* In Russia pooplo must marry be fore eighty, or not at all ; and may marry only fivo times Once is enough to be married in Australia for any sensible man. There are 400,000,000 ppople in the British Empire, and the Queen would have to live another seventy years to enable her to see all of them pass before her, night and day, for all that time. Lieutenant Cardoa, tho Pretoria conspirator, whu was shot, met his dentil coolly, calmly giving the tiring party the signal that ho was rendy. The English county cricket pre miership for the current season has been won by Yorkshire, with an unbeaten record. A constable was showered with ' blue metnl ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 September 1900

UATUOLIO Bandar, Sod— Candolo, 9. Beira, 11 90 SnnJ.r, 9th-B«Ka. B. C.dJ.Jo. U.3O Jnndar, 10th— Bcga, S. Candolo, 11.00 Bnndar, Sard— Bemboka, 11 Bandar, 83th— Ilega, 9. ? Candelo, 11 JO T. IIAKNETT, P.P.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 September 1900

'Struck Down for Death/' His Own Words. Experts said he could not be cured HIS PERFECT CURE A SURPRISE TO EVERYBODY. (Pro* tkt Tnmtm'i Journal.) (BT OOa OWK BtroilTML) Mr. J. Hawk**, of Hawketvlow, Gulldford. N.8.W., u now ono .1 His itrongeat sad Bw&lthioat-looklng msa oot could m«at in a day's march. W* hetrd tbat for 8vo long yean h* had betn a terrible ?uOVer, and that a eoans of Clenioati Tonto had compUtely restored KU health, ?o tb-- paper {Tkt Fntvnn', Journal, Syd ney) dispatched a reporter to Me him. ' You look u thoush you'd cover bad a day '? Ulneto in your Uft,1* ssvid oar reporter on seeing Mr, Bawke*. ' I may look -well maxigh mow,' ira» tbe reply, 'aod My HeMatth ta l-«rfoct, but once I wu itrnck down for death. The doctor* h»T« girttt n» op, and it eeeroed aa though nothing rtmajned for me bat to settle my a&ire oi tuii world and prepare for the next.' ' Yoa mnet ban had a narrow ?T|r*k. then. Wha'. fint canted your Ulnoear 11 It mual h»vo been comia...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 September 1900

FKESI5YTKHIAN. Bega, ©vory Sunday at 11 aod 7.80 Oandillo, tho First Bandar »' 'ach month at 8 Wotamla, tho Second Bandar uf ouch Month at S Kamoraka, tha 3rd Bandar In oach raouth at 8 Brogo, Uao Fourth Bandar ol each Month at 8 Choir Practice at 8 p.m. OTerj Prldar. M. KIRKPATRIOK, B.A,

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 September 1900

f H E Tl M E~l's Ll M if E D. rri.mpt der-Mun in iicwhU.iI fnr lh.nn; who denim to noouro nclii of 'Tho Timoa' Itrpiiiitof tho ??EXUVCUil'.-KlllA IIRITANNICA' at tho anwelnHy low prim nnil iunvoniu.it ii-nm ..[ naymimt provided for rcsiilonH of Hew South Wale*. Thu .iir.T ..f Hie Un-|..n ?? rirn...t- ha* boon before tliu public but a Hhutjt time. At thu r.ito applications uro now coming in, tho pr-meut offer can be- niiiiiiiiie-i tint A WEEK OR TWO AT BEST. Whun a work mi well known iiml to fully npproclat»d an thu 'EN'CYCt.O- 1VEDIA UKII'ANN'IC.V' U offered fnr le« Uiiiii half tho publishing catalogue price, it i'. not alr.uigo that tho offttr iihouM reu.'ivu PROMPT ACCEPTANCE ?mull? tha bout people Tho fuel that theontir-) sot of 25 vulumoi in delivered to tbo itub uriber ti|x-n payment of tin- first guinea, tbo rem.iinder tu ha paid in otinvoiiient montlily instalment*, inalio* it powiblo oron for thn« of Mender pur-«- now to provide thumtjlvoa with thii groaU.it ot liturary luxu...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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