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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

Thb best medicine known is SANDER & SONS' EUOALYPTI EXTBACT. Test its eminent powerful effects in ? ooughs, oolds, influenza, the. relief iB instantaneous. In serious casoB, and acoidonts of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, hidings, bruises, sprains, it is the safest romody-no swelling— no inuammatioD. Liko surprising effoots produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis.' inflammation of tbe lung*, swolling, &o.' diarrhoea, dysentery, diseases of the kid neye and urinary .organ*. ? SANDT3R A SONS' EUOAijYPTI EXTUAOT®® in UBea hospitals 'and medioial oliniota all ? over the_ globe; patronised by His ?? Majesty the King of Italy ; orowoed with ; medals and diplomas International Ex bibitioo, Amsterdam. Trust iu' this ap- ' ' pro,od arltolo aud jejoot all others.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

A boon to Cigarette smokers WILLS1 celebrated imported ' CAPSTAIN ' cigar ettes -id per puokut'of 10. A. H. IfAUATBEiiG, fro m Sydney, visits t ue Bega District regularly etery threo months with a grand selection of neweat jewelry,*

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, CANDELO [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, CANDELO Ik January last a Convent was opened at Candelo under the muuugetueut of four .Sla ters of tho Good Samarit'tu Order. A very protty building, standing on a commanding position, was erected st a cost of close* on £1001) by Me«-rs Underbill and Thatcher, of Begn. Tho Sisters are moro than gmti ned at tne patroimgo uoeor(U-i ineir scnooi aud tho kindness extended to them by all (lasses. t There are over 70 children attend ing the school, and tho accommodation for boardeta is also well taken up. On Wed nesday evening last a grand fut«:rtainmof.t was given by the pnpils in aid »f the build ing fund. The function, which was held in tbo School of Arts was favored by tho at tendance of a largo and apprecia'ive audi en co. Tho various mimical items givcu showed that markod progreAf is being made in this direction, whilst other parts of tho ' programme indicated that physical develop ment and Iho light side of nature find places in the school's curriculum. Tbo pr...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

^I'lIscuilM KJN : I. s . J' i; u An n v yi , siugi« Copy, ;m. S|-ON ®Y. «? 4 4 v: -i. -M' i- ill - She PRODUCE !{! yarmers' agents F arjd — ttr |)| 'Gc-eperatioe STOCK i!.-^ mjy AucUorjesr?, |jt wmpani(f ? | 1)8 Sussex & Liverpool Streets, *V J Sydney. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL - - £20,000. ±'X . 'l directors: j v' \ ':V WM- M- MII.I.AX, Ks.,„ Sviinkv. . ) Cait. A. J. O. TIIOMI'SDN'. j . .Mksanci.k. I ALKX. CAM rBKl.L, Iv-»y., j*;v' c AL LA., ( ^'?.3 c-|. J). L. DY.NIOC'K, Jamukkuo. 4',( 'ii JOHN FKASKIi, Hs^.. ?*'' J i Ai.ision I'auk. V? DOXALD KKXXEDV. Mii.tuN. ' C \T; * ~v.i CKO. li.I'MMKK, K-ii... j Sumrmuw - ?K)HN fl.AUKK. Ks-.. j Sii'i;tto'i'. ? (iKa JiiiAXsiHjx, i;. ... | t.Wi»'.N 1'i.aiss. AUTIiri: MCKU', Kv-., |: r-.A. JOHN MONACUAN, !S»., Itf.KJ.U.iN, ri'f S|C1JAI.IIAVK%. j - -r j ;.V * A FEW SOLID REASONS | $,-i$ WHY Tins COMPANY SHOULD RE SL'PPORTIil) : ' I. —The Company is purely Co operative, ami it.i »»ji. :v.ti-nis ilin-cS-'l - i hy niun wliusu intcii-'aU are iii.-u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

ItusiliCNN Uii'i!«lor)' JOHN COLLIN, ARTISTIC TAILOR, adjoininq this rank llOTKL. Material and Workmanship GUAKANTKf'.l). PROMPT ATTENTION to OWHUS. isr Call and Inspcct Patterns. VVHYMAM & BROOKS, COACE & BUGGY BUILDERS, ] Jrc., &c., | Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLES Mudo or Repaired on tho Shortest Notice. IS' OUR PRICES aro conmstoot with HONEST WORKMANSHIP. IJIUE QRAMMAIt SCHOOL, BEGA. . —Masteb — REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE, Of Chriftt'M Hospital and tho Univoraity of London (First Div. Certificate), and cur certificated by the Univornity of Melbourne, kLato Senior -\sswtant Master at Eton (Q). TERMS and all information may bo nb tamod on application. Evening Classes, Shorthand Cln-***, and Private Tuition for the UutversilieH. OCCIDENTAL. HOTEL, Correr of Carp and Auckland Streets, — It E O A. — MOST COMMODIOUS HOUSE in TOWN. CI mo to Central Sulci Yurdn. UK -T H'SANIM of WINKS, SPIRITS, and 1SEKUS. Vm«*r-cLAia Taiu....

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OK SEPTEMBER. CllUKCH OP BSOLAND HT. JOHN®* Clt ITUCSI nxoi. TharfltU)*, 8 p.tn,, Clioii practice F.BEVAN, B.A.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

F. A. ORMISTON, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, OABP-8TBBBT, BliGA, (cr M'MULV oi'i'iisi tk i'i»sT omen,) I11C0S to announce that ho ha* enKaged M AN AO KR of his lil'SlNKSS, MB. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), (Late Manager of Loading Establishments in 8ydnoy and Qoulbuni.) HAVING ADDRD EXTENSIVELY TO 1IIS STOCK, he is in s [billon to SUPPLY THE WANTS OK CUSTOMKRS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs and Chemicals. Country Order* promptly uttomliMl to. Q3* special caue given to .orders by post. ?J^ENTISTKY MR, ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CAKP-STRKUT, Itl-XI A. Opposite Mliool of Arts. CROWN AND HKlUrtE WOllK A SPECIALITY. EN T 1 3 T R Y 1-\ G. READY DENTIST. Permanent Address : — CAItP-ST., BEGA. I LI, A W A It U A STKA M N A V I- NATION COMPANY. A STEAMER WILL LKAVK SVON'KV «vory MOtfDA? aud WED NESD.VV ut noon EDM V ov»«ry W»S1).VB$DAV at S a.m., and SATJIiDA*. t- a.m. MERCKHUH. evsry WEDXK3DAY, at 9.30 a.m., and .SATURDAY at 7...

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WEDDING AT COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

WiDDING AT C00MA St. Patrick's Church. Uooma, was on Monday last, 3rd Hoptember, tbe scono of n fashionable, interes'ing, aud attractive speotaolo. wheo, in tile proseuca of a large assomb'age. tho marriage of Mr. Edmuud John Tarlinton, second son of tho lato Mr William Torlin'nn, of 'Tarlinton- ..V ? _:iu a ? i7.ii.il-- Vine, uoa»™». nor, daughtor of Major l'aulknor, of Cooma, wus celebrated by tho Rev. Fatbor P. riarnott. Tho nltar was specially docoratoJ for tho occasion, and early in tho afternoon tho spacious church becamo woll filled with spectators anxious to witness tbo attractive display and the oogagiog oxcitoinent of the coro mony. As tho bride entorod tho oburch on hor fathor'a aim at 2.30 Ibo joyous ? /.f iho 'Woflilini? March' ranff tbroucb tho buildiua. Mr. Ernest A. Tarlinton, brothor of tbo bridogroom, acted as bnst man, and Mr. Albort Tar linton, nf 'FairTiow.' cousin, ns grooms man. Tbo chiof bridesmaid, Miss Nellie Faulknor, eiater to tho brido, was rtres.ed in a...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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MASONIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

MA30N1C BALL. TnB annuel Masonic l)»ll o»me off in the School o» irt» on W^iiosday mRht and socially was a great success 'I'h^h thn attnodanco was uot largo, botween thirty and forty couple- being present, with the PreJom,n...uB rhi. ball . always innKon upm. »?- — --- season, principally on account of the lavish scale in which overytbing is carried jot. During tbe day the weathor an'tiinod a threatening a*peot. but clonrod off towards night. All the day long o staff ot Toluntoors, boadol by Mr. I''i»°r. were oneaRod in decorating tho hall and utaeo with tbo ronul: that upon entering it ono folt constrained to think that ho i wan suddenly transferred to ioiuo fairy dell Ooly recently tbo aatt was rono vated. tbe coiling boing painted in white and sky-blue, nnd this, together with tho festoons nf blue nod white, tho Mnnonio oolors, that hung from tho four corners of tho hall and concentrated at the ceilings centrepioce, and lh» baskets of flowurs and f ? .U) qllflflfindftd ftom tho n...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. The 'Ritchie D'Aroy case is still un finished. Mrs. Thomas Cirnio. of Norang, west Victoria, is allied to have poisoned hor two children and then attempted to oornmit suicide. The Advertisement Bull, held io tho Town Hall ln»t nuht, was attended by thousands nf people, and proved a brilliant suenhss. Over poventy firms were represented by ladios and geutle- | men in character costumes. It ia understood that tho revenue reached over XI. 500. The Assembly dirngrood with the Council's amendments on tho Oity Corporation Dill. iue Armtration um paoauu iu* third reading. During tbe dohato tbo Promior and Mr. Dacoy bad a warm pasBago at arms. Tho formor accused tbe latter of ftonowalling. Mr. I Dacey doclarod that he would not bel put down by the Chairman. Tbo latter orderod hie removal, but subse quently Mr. Dncoy ro-entored and i tipoligieod, and tbo incident closed. j Tbe Broolone; blacks bailed up a I man namod Weaver last night, two milos from Nundlo. ...

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OPEN COLUMN. To the Editor of the "Southern Star." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

i OPEN COLUMN. To the Editor of the 'l Southern Star.*1 SIR, — I road with great ploasure your sub-article in Wednesday's iisae anent a monument to our looal volunteers who have fallen in South Afrioal Tbo time has now arrived when something of tbe nature of a general district canvass should be mado. Tho idoa came first from Mr, r . u. aeoay, ana x well cemotnber.'bow : 1 coolly be was put off* by remarks 'that tho timo bad not yet arrived,' 'wait un til tbe war is over,' etc. The hour is oow at haud, and oo further waste of time should be allowed. Lot us start at onco, limiting tho subscriptions, so tbat it will bo within tbo roach of everyone to assist. I would suggest tbat-Hbe mono moot take tbe form of an obelisk, made from pure'Iocal granite, a beautiful red variety boing obtainable on Mumbulla Mountain. We have local workmen. who aro capable-jOf polishing and lettering, and our looal blacksmiths oould do tbe railiog, eto. The Park would be a fitting site for the erection, and ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shooting Fatality at Wolumla. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

Shooting Fatality at Wolumla Quite n glnom wan cahfc oror tbe dig it ict on Tueailay aFiornooo last when it became known thai a 12-yegr-old son of Mr. James Cochrane, J.P,, of Wil low Park, Wolumtn, had been acci ilentally shot (Jead by his brother. Mr. Ciichrxno was id Boga at the time. Particulars of the sad occurrence aro gi»on hdow. The greatest sorrow is fV?lt throughoDt i he community for tbe calamity which hax brought grief into ihe home of an old and highly-popular family. The funeral of ihe unfortunate lad took place on Thursday, and was attended by a large concourse of vehicles and horsemen, whilst many pedestrians, including I ha uufortuna'e boy'a school mat* a, alsi attended. Tho large number present bore ample testi mony of the sorro' that is felt for de ceased's parents and relatives. The Inquest. On Wedneedny afternoon, the Corot.er, Mr H. O. T. Cowdroy, held an inquest on the body, :he jury being — Messrs. \V. H. Kmerton, E. J. Clynick, J. IJ. Burton, C. Scbafer, P. ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST CABLES. ABOUT THE WARS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

LATEST CABLES. ABOUT THB WARS. | LONDON, Thursday. Tub Gghtiog at Ladybrund eaRcd after I three days shelling. The British numbered only five casualties. Gene- - ml Hamilton arrived on Tuesday even- | in?, and th-) Boers retreated after loot- ' ing the town of Lydenberg. rh-? natives threaten to prevent Botha's retreat across the Steelpoort. General Culler's casualties sinco 2l«i August numbered two hundred and seventy. Presideut Kruger hat protested to thf Powers Against England's annexa tion of tho Transvaal. The Fourth Brigade of Indian troops has bron ordered to Chioa. The Emporor of China has appointed h Commi-ision to conduct peace negotia linno tiMlh lU P«u,n« mission is conridered to be a strong anti-foreign body. America ban informed tbe Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs that tbe American troops are to bo withdrawn when tbe Ru*man ttoops move from tne capital. The allies are sending an expedition to cknr the Boxers from the villages in thu direction of Paobingfu. Tim woi...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

EVENTS TO COME. , Beffa School of Arts Debating Club mevU every Alternate Friday Ladles' Lodgo of tho O.U.O.O.P. moots ThunkUy fortnightly Loyal Princo Alfred Lodgo, M.U., mooti on Mon I day, I renlng Star' Lodgo, I.O.O.F., moot* on Monday I Manonic Lodgo, Boga oieots on Second Tuettday in I oach month. Tuesday of tho month. First Tuesday In each month. Council Good Templart moot erery Tncadar Commons Trustees moot last Tuesday In each moo th Joapital ComraitUo mceta 8so^nd Wtnlnosday lu each mouth Bega BonerMent Society moot* secaud Tuesday In each month 8ohool of Arts CommittoH meets Firxt Thursday in each month {iN/orauittaniiipitai from S-er-tar{-«]

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. Clarko and Co. roport on September 3 : Batter— Creamory 9Jd. factory 7Jd to9d, dairy t-i«l to 7Jd ; cheese — loaf 4Jd to 5d, largo 4$d *» 3d, dull ; oountry cured bacon 4-l to 5d ; lard— bulk 3d ; eggs G£d to?£d: honey 1£1 lo 2J.I, good demand ; tnaizo 2t 7d to 2a Sd ; pie' — baconer«27a &1 to 42 n 61. porkrra 17s to 2Gt), vory tirm ; poultry — turknyp 4^ to 12^, 44 to 5^, duckfl and fowls 2s 6d to 3s Cd, all in good demand. Uill. Clark and Co. roport on September 5 Pat pig market Tory lightly sopplmd. Porkers and baconors aro in strong da* mand snd selling particularly wnll. with excellent prospects. Full eupplr of hoary pigs, and prices much lower. Wo quoto exceptionally prime weighty back fattors at 50* to 50s, prime weighty 45s to 60s. prime heavy 38- lo 44s. extra pritno weighty baconors 40j to 44-t, good to prime lighter 38s to 42«, light 30s to 30*, best heavy porkers 2G« to 22t, prime lighter 24s to 26s, li^ht 20a 23*. small light 16i to 19j. Pr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

The Masonio celebration on Wednos day was responsible for a large influx of visitors. ' The Edocation Department wants i tnalo teaobora for ouNcoontry schools. I Soe advt. I NlOE steady rain is falliog m wo go to press, and everything points to a bouote oos season. So mote it be 1 Thk movement on the part of the ooopor ative people around Candolo to purchase Foley Bros.' Baroona Fnctory is likely to result in a deal being made. Thb EtttoVarioty Co. , which has won warm favor from Bcga audieuces, will appear in the Lyceum again on Moniay night, and previoua to tho porforraanco thore will bo a balloon ascent outaido* TnE drawing for the Bnlb Show Sew- ing Machioo has been further postponed owiog to the butt of one book having yet to eome io. The drawiug will take place as soon as the butt reports itself at head- | quartOTe. JACKSON'S Bega cordi^ln — rpnownod I for exceUenoe and parity. Stocked by loading hotels and rtifroahtnent stalls.* Tub Crown Laud Agent at 12don eoo ducted a salo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 September 1900

Marriage notices 3a., including copy of paper. ? Births, 2s. 6d. Deaths, 2s. 6d. per inch. Tn Meraoriam, 3b. per inch. Advertisements of travelling companies cash in advance. Cije ^tac, POnuniKD AT BSOA O&r. WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 'Bb juft, and fear njt: let all. tho coda thou aim*st at be thy oountry's, thy God's, aud truth'a.' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1900.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Taken Ill in the street. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 September 1900

Tftkra 111 ia ttt Ami On tbe 96th of Jamatr, ISM, a yotwg Udy. paatfag fkroagfc Boston -street, m Darlinrfborat, wae aoddeoly taken ill Fortunately, tbe waa eeea by tbe people of a house near br, who eoedueted her within doon, administered a otimalant, and cared for ber an til she wae able to go home. Tbia, yoa may aay, was hardly an incident worth potting in £-rint. That d-petidt oo what it aifrnifiee. To a besieged and starving garrison the aoand of a ditennt bogle it a lhatter to make tbe beart jomp. On arriving «tber home, wo are sorry to aay, tbe yoang lady bad a second teixore, and a doctor waa at 'noe called in. No, it was not tbe nerree or a rath nf blood to tbe bead ; tbeeymptoms pointed to a thoroughly dieo deeed atate ol indigestion ; uloerated stomarb, probably So tpoke tbe medical reaa, after a earefnl diagaoait. 8ucb 'being tbe doctor's opinion, bo 'pre* ecribed oo tbe Itnea taggoated by the faett. The eeqoel proved bim right, albeit bit treatment had bnt little beoefl...

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The Bombala Murder. A BAD CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 September 1900

The Bombala Harder. A BAD CAREER. Thb following from the Grafton 'Grip' shows that the man Sleigh, under committal for the murder of Frank Curran at Bombala, hat not a vary i-ood record : — 'As the accused man Sleigh ap |-eara to be identical with one William Sleigh, who figured rather notoriously in these districts piaoy years a-u, a representative of The 'Grip' thia tnornirg waited on xevenO Mid residents, ffom whom, the following fads are gleaned. Sleigh's flr*t known aepearnnce here was in the latter xeventies, when ne was doing a sentence in the Grafton Gaol in connection with the depredations of a nitorious gang of bbrae-xtealera on the Rioh mond River. On the completion of his sentence, jS'eigh was credited '.with committing several petty lareeniea in and around the district ; in fact, be eventually 'took to the road,' on the occasion of sticking U|» a Mrs. M'Hougall in the road way and sobbing ber of a gold wateh. Ik *aa next reported that h-- stock up the residence of Mr. W...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 September 1900

Yalcixu Dkootbbt »os tli Haib.— If yoar hair ia tuning grer or white or falling oS nae the- MBXICANHAIR BBNKWEK, or it -oiU petUitdf ruttn -» every mm rfre, or mitt Mr to ita origiaal eokwr, withoat hariog tbe disagreeable smell of asset ' Be. atorora.' It as. ires the ehanaingly hair beautiful, an wall as uroaaotlng the growth ol tbe hair on baM spots, where tho glsads are nrt decayed. Aak yoar obemiat for 'trs- Utiicu Haib Bsrawsa,'' aold by Cbcmiata andPorfumerueverywhoreatSB. Od. per wnttlu and wholesale depot 33, Furringdon Boat) Lonilon, Uni;Iiu)d.

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