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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

KVENT3TO COME. Loyal Princo Alfred Lodgo, M.U., meets on Mon day. Evening Star' Lodye, I.O.O.F., meet* on Monday Masonic Lo«l«o, Uug.1 meet* ou Socoud Tuesday in each month. Boga A., P. ®nd II. Socioty'u Committee meets first Tuesuay of the mouth, first Tuesday In each month, CoAucll Good Templars meet every TneaJny Oommoas Trustees meut lmt Tuesday in each month hospital Committee meet* Socoud Wednesday Iu uach inotUU Bega UenuvMent Soeuty moota second Tuesday in each mouth School of Arts Committee meotn First Thursday Iu each mouth [InfanuttioninvitedfromSteretnriet}

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOLUMLA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

WOLUMLA. [KltOJl OUIt COHRESI'OSIIEST.] The ic^ulur monthly meeting of tbe School of Arts Committee was bold io tUn rcadinq room oq Tueaday evening, .rith ii'Kt, Mr. J. G. Stewart, President, boin^ iti tlia cliair. Sundry aoooaate wnro pasHed for payment. Following till!1, tho Annual Uenertil Aloolmc ot Alemtior.H wuiholil. to nnminateOilicers and Committee for etmning twelyo months. The (Into of ?election wta fixed for Fridny, Gth July. Tbe first monthly meeting of tho recently re-orgnniiied Wolumla and GoldSeldH Progress Axsociation took place on Friday, tbe President, Sir. II. A. Bonnett presiding. There were also present Messrs. 4.. Lovp, A. E. Bishop, J. G. Stewart, T. J. Preston, ,T. A. ^IcDonald and the Secretary 51 r. E. J. Clynick. Correspondence was sub mitted from Mr. II. Clarke, M.L.A., with reforencu to the Association's appli cation as to tl.o ectabliehment of u Wardens' Court ; and asking to havo tbo decision of the lie^a Land Court reversed in the matter o! proposed ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

Mr, Brooks said tbat, as to tho vote, Tory littlo interest was takon io it, and very fow took tbo troublo to voto. Tho mattor was uot workod up at all, being only advertised a couplo of timoa, and ao attontion drawn to it. Mr. l'arao»H tiaid tbo voto waa taken in a fair tnannor. Tboy wcro simply askod to say 'yes or uo,M aud pooplo tbomaolyea woro fiololy to blatao. Mr. Cunuiu^hatn : Quito light; not a laud ownor of any sizo votod. Mr. BinKOtuaun, faootiously : Exouso mo, I votod ! Aftor much discussioa of a ooatorca tional nature, tho mootiag broko up.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Vigilance Association. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

Vigilance Association. The monthly mooting of the abovo named body was held in the Co&ncil Chambers on Monday oveniog last, the followiig i boing present : Mr. Cowdroy (president), Mostrs. Jas. Rtxon, Brooks, Bingemann, Blotnfiold, Caoedoll, O. J. Cunningham, Rosenthall, Parsons, Haslingden, A. L. | Mauning, Mason, aud Poll (socretary). | Correspondence. From Mr. Clarke, M.P., acknow ledging receipt of petitions, and iu reference to resumption of racecourse. From Mr. Thompson requesting leave of absenoe from meetings of the Association for three months, which was granted. From Quaama Progress Committee asking the Association to get a com* peteut officer sent down to report on the roads of the bleotorate. The sec retary was instructed to inform the Quaama Committee that there wa* a comnotenc Road Suoerinteodont iu the district. From the Works Department re — 1. Pump at Briokyarde ; 2. Improve ments to Dr. George, Litbgow Plat, and Stoney Creek Hoads, stating that tke Departme...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. Thirty one foreign warships are at the mouth of tho Petlio River. The admirals propose to seize a strip of the coast as a refuge for foreigners. A British naval force nf 650 men, with 100 Americans, 40 Italians and 25 AustrianB, wore entrained at Tien tsin on Sunday. A further batoh of COO British, Japanoso, Russian and French marines were oxpected to reach Pekiu itt-t night. An Imperial edict denounoes the Chiueso general for killing the Boxers, and ordered him to withdraw bis troops. Tilt British Minister states that tho throno of China strongly sympath ises with the Ituxers, aud tho dpiric of tbe native troops is doubtlul. Tho third train, conveying 500 German, Franch, and Biitish murines, has started for Pokin. . Tho American missionary oollege at Tungchan has been abandoned. Two chapfils wore burnt and 95 converts massacred. Many were burnt alive. The Chinese Council ia supplying arms to the Boxers.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

j jyj E l- I C A L DURING my absooeo from J'ega, my work will bo carried ou by u locul tenons, nn. roitinci; who may bo consulted at my residenco 01 und lifter this day. J. MARSHALL. Bega, 9 tli April, 1900. (Voveriiiueiit JVoticc. Department of Public Works, Sydney, 7th June, 1000. ATTENTION is diroctod to Gazette Notice iu vitiog TEN DERS for EREC TION of TI3IBKR BEAM BRIDGE over SIX MILE CREEK, Rond Cathcart to Pambula. Tenders will bo received up to tbo IGth July, 1900. E. W. O'SULLIVAN. Gf— .*-y. g C II O O L O l' ARTS — ANNUAL — NOMINATION 31EETINU. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, for tbo Nomination of Officers and Com mitteemen, to roceivo Notico of Motions, and to elect Two Auditor*, will bo held in tho HALL, on THURSDAY, 21st Juno. Chair to bo takon'at 8 p.m. J. M. LEE, Hon Sec. NOTICE ishoreby givon that tho Partner ship hitherto existing between tho undersigned us COACHBUlLDKRS hasthi9 day boon DISSOLVED by mutual cousont. Tho business will in futuro bo carried ou under tho s...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

THIS SPACE — IS FOR — A. J. DISHER & CO., — the — m FUS EMI StOM, — W1IEUE — -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. FIRST DISPLAY— Thursday, 7th inst.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

Butter u up to lid! Tnp. Bpga Snp-»rior Publio School grand eutcrtuiomcut in the Lvceutn Hall to-night. Wj» rrtrr-t to loam of tbo aorioua IUhcm of Mrs. Silk, wife of Mr. O. M. Silk, licen&oo of the Colombo Hotel, Bomboka. Visit Groen, tho ftfelbournc jeweller, | opposite Post OfUco, Bega, for ix-j airs to ! watdi, brooclios, eto. J TifK hl'Coim] a*-ciftl in connection with ffie Evening S tnr Lodgo of tho Grand Unifad Onb.T of OJd fellows will take place o» Wed nesday, 20th of June. Oubsblvm.— For tho information of thono who don't H»m to undcr»tatid our rates of subscription we might say that -I/- per quarter, whether paid in advnrc.» or at the end of the quarter, will ensure thoSoLTHKRj? SrAn beitu' M-nt to any part of the Colony. So far the only district contemporary to notice the appearance of tho Soutiieiuv Star is tho Cobargo 'Chronicle.' Are we that small that we cannot botceu with tho naked eye ? Or has tho recent clniuly wt ather been hiding our light under its obsc...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

J^ENTlSTRY F. G. HEADY DENTIST, Pernunent Address : — CARP-ST., BEGA. \fl-ARRlAOE NOTICES 3.H., including It L oopy of paper. Births, *Jh. Gd. Deathn. 'Js. Gd. pur inch. In Mtmormm, 3?. por inch. AdvortinoinentH uf travelling coinpatncB oanh in advance. Wije &outf)C) rn ^tar, rUIILIPUKD AT BKOA OH WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. ,4Bb jtL-t, and foar njt; let all the end* tliou aim'st at bo thy country'n, thy God's, and truth'i* ** WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. 1900.

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Bega Post Office Time Table. (Corrected to January 14, 1900.) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

Itoga I'ost Oince Time Talilr. (Correeltd to January 14, 1 900.) MAILB ABRITR tkOtt Stdnit, overland, via Cooraa and Bom bnVo. daily, (Sunday oxcopted) 11.30 p.m. Sypmrt, per atoamor,Tuotjday aud Thurf day, time nnoertain. ISraidwoid, Aralaon, Moruya, Bodalla, Cotiargo. Quaniua, Brogo, daily Stiuday oxcoptcdl, at 7 p.m. j Goulbukn, Cooma, Nimitybelle, ! Monaru dintriot, Uomboka and Nnmbniiga 1 daily, (Sunday oxooptod) II. 30 p.m TxinKA and llrickyards Receiving Ollico Tuesday and Thurndav, timo uucorlaiu. Ulladnlla (via Tathra) Thursday, por atvanier, time uacovtaiu. Oandulo, Mogilla, Kamernka, Kanoona daily, at 8.80. p.m. Towamba, Timbillicu, Rocky Hall, Cath cart, Wyudham, (via I'ambula), Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3 p in. I'.ukn , Puiubula, Wuhunla, and Meritn bula, daily Sunday excopted at 8 p in. liorimbula, via Jollat Jellat, Friday at 7 p.m. Wykdhah via Candelo, Sunday and Wed neFday at S.30 p.m. Tanja t.Nolion',), and WapenjfUe, Wod nciutay nnd Saturday, at 6 p.m. Bom...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. Later. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

THli OPENING OP PARLIA MENT. Lator. Parliament opened with tho usual ceremony. Tho Governor's epoooli rofors with some length to tho dis patch of troops to South Africa ; also measures adopted to deal with the outbreak of the plague, and tbo re sumption of Darling Harbor Wharfe, which actiou Parliament will shortly be askod to confirm. It statos that immodiate provision will be mado for tho election of Members of the Com monwealth Parliament. The measures promised include a Bill for tho Con stitution Court, with compulsory powers for conducting and determining nrbittatinu about industrial matters. Bills for tho establishment of a Har bor Trust ; for tho nmondment of the Eirly Closing Act : for tho amend ment and consolidation of tho mining laws, and providing a better system of inspecting mines ; a Bill dealiog with hours and conditions of Labor ; an amundmout of municipalities act, ex tending powors to local authorities ; to provide for a guarauteo of muni cipal louus nnd to romedy...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHIT-CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

CHIT-GHAT. Tiik following items havo boen put | togolhor and forwardod to this oflioo by a young mati attending the I Bogn Grammar School. Tho olioioo . soleotinn of words and tho general j composition shown aro vory markod i in ono so young, and wo gladly 1 publish : — j In theso days of wars and 'rumors of wars,' it may intorout your road ers to hear a littlo regarding Major Ooucral Powoll's birth. Ho is tho son of a Cambridge professor, and is one of a largo family, all of whom have mado their mark in tho world. Lib distinguished himself in tbe Matabolo war, and is a well-known 1 authority on scouting, oil which | subjoct ho has written sororal j books; indood there are somo who say that if Baden-l'owoll had had command ovor tho soouting column, thoro would havo been loss disastorB in tho earlier part of tbo snmpaign. Many poople aro enquiring as to tho pronunciation of Baden-Powell's name, and thoso who profess to know call tho gallant defendor of Mafeking Baythen-Powell, thus a...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. I SYDNEY, Tuesday. In' roply to n Toraperniico deputation Mr. Lyno promised to Imve tbo Sun day selling lutr rigidly enforced. The Promieis of all the colonies ate arranging to celebrate the conclusion of tho war by a day of general re joioiiig throughout Australia. In the Progress Koport by the Finanoe Commission, presented to the Premier on Monday, it is understood to dMl ohiefly with tho financial d is putes between Sir Wm. Lyno and Mr. Beid, tbe finding being on tbe side of the former. The main inquiry in regard to tbo system of book keeping will not be concluded for some time to come. Horace Simpson, residing at Surry Hills, has dovelopod symptoms of tho plague. Sereral British and American mer* oantile houses in Samoa have bsen recently taken over by Gormans. A wealthy farmoi-, of Southland, New Zealand, committed suicide be caueo a jury gavo a verdict against him in a claim, for £170 Two caies.of plague are recorded at Adolaido, one proving fatal. The Premie...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

£100,000,000 UNCLAIMED Douoal's Rkoijjteded List containing names of 20,000 Families advertised for, to claim property and money since 17000. Prico Is. Gd., post free, 2s. Krfery man and wo man should buy this book, as instructions aro given how to recover property from Chancery. DOUOAL Sc Co., 62 Strand, London. Eng. Kat. 1344. A fortune may awuit you. This book can now be obtained from \V. C. Kioiiy, Adelnide; OonDOJf & Gotch, Mel. Rrisbane ; f»RO Koukrtson & Co., Mel., Sydnoy, Adcluide, Brisbane.

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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 13 June 1900

orricB Hours. Tost Oflico opeu from 9 a.ui. to G p.m, On Sunday from 9 a.m. to II) a.m. Daily dolivery. Sunday excepted, by letter earlier within the municipal area ; carrior leaveB office at 8 a.m. Telegraph office opou from 9 a. m to 8 p. m. Sunday exsoptod. Monoy Ordor and Savingt. Bank Offices npan Irom 'J a.m. to S p.m. daily (Sunday coptod), and « u Saturday tho Savings llnnk iH open from 7 to 8 p.in for tho ro. oeipt of dcpositB only. Privato boxvs, fee, ono guinea por annum, payaldo in advance, may b, obtaiued ou ap plication at ofEc:, enabltug boxholdurs to get their mail any day, and at auy, hour. Lettoi pillar, Newtown oloared at 6 p.m JAS W. McCUTOlI RON , Postmiuter.

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THE WAR. THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 June 1900

THIi' WAR. THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON. Tliurtdoy. Loiil) Koberts' miin nrmy defeated the Hots uodur General Bolha, od Monday, 10 miles from Pretoria after ranch opposition. General Hamilton's infantry secured the key of tho enemy's position. Tho Earl of Aiiloo, of tbo 12tb Lancers, was killed. Lord Roberts thon relnri.ed to Pretoria. Cienoral Botha's army waa completely defeated, and lied eastward. Fearing a raid on tho Bhenostor railway, Lord Roboitssonl Lord Kitch ener and Lord Mellmen to engsgo tlin enemy. Tho British «ero completely victorioas. Lord Metliuen captured tho Boer camps and scattered tho burghers. Tlio liritish lost 1 killed and 18 wounded. Tbe lines of communication have been ii'jain secured, and Krooni-tadt is now mile. Lard Methdun ro-enptured iho Yeoinanry recently captured by the Boors, »t tho hospital at Uhenoster, with 10^ uf the wounded Derliysliim miliiininifn. l.otil Mcthiien ascertained 'hi t ibe Derby.shires lost 3G killed at Hoo'lviil. Qpiii'ral lin I Ins- ...

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BEGA SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL. ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 June 1900

bega superior public SCHOOL ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT. The Lycoum Hall was paclcort to tbo doors on Wednssday evooin(? last to witness the annual entortainmont by the pupils in aid of tho prize fund. Long before tho hour announced for oommoncinif. orowds begun to as somblo outside with the view to securing B K'°'l position in tho hall, and it would havo boon bottor had tlio doors boon thrown opon earlier. Late comers had great dillioulty io eocunnfc evon standing room, and those who got in oarly and woro comfortably sentnd had no roason to envy him or her who nrrivnd lntor on and fainly i 1 I..I1 nnnvnll nf ft VAOAIlt Boanooa ti' '?»» 1,1 — chair. All Boga and her children aoemod to bo out, and it did ono good to soo euob a mass of beings gathered togother for tho ono objeot of oojoy ing tbomsolves. Nothing so tonds to rniso the spirits and tako man s thoughts owny from the drudgery of life as to fall into a company liko tlmt undor notion, whoro gayoty nnd mor rimont roign&d supr...

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HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 June 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! I That Mr. McCourt's appointment to tho Speakership is univorsally popular ; and That the faqt uf his having fillod the position of Chairman of Committees quanuea mm ior too more important position. That Brituhors, Russians, Americans, and Italians are fighting side by sido against the Chinoso 'Boxers and That notwithstanding the formidable name thov po**ess, tbe mon of tbe ?*Fl»*erv Lind*' will be kcooked out. Tbat Private M. Hoaloy is-expected to return to Boga in a weok or two. Tbat tbo Lyno Ministry has now boou in office for oight months, six of which wore spent in rocess. . That tbo Houao of Lords bas passed tbo second roading of tho Marriago with Deceased Wife's Sister Bill, ' but Tbat as there aro very few ' Sistor Hills io tbe world, tho meaauro will not be suoh a groat booo to humanity. Tbat policy-holders in tho A.M.P. Society are showing their -good sense by refusing to sanction tho proposed exten sion of the Socioty's busiooss. That tbo advont of tbo S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 June 1900

'I710UN1X yoaU-rJuy afternoon, a Lady's JF Nock Kur. Owner cun havo saruo by ppplying' «t SotrnuBx Stab Oflico and pay ing cost of tlii-4 advertisement. RETURN Til A N K 5 MR. and .MRS, C. T. STILES return their heartfelt thiinka'to' their iniiny friend* for acts of sympathy 'during their lato sad loss. ^Tt' £Fr. * a' n ~k s MR. H. PARMERY and FAMILY' return their sincere thaiiku to all kind friendd who nasiate«l during their lato sad bcroaveraent ; also to thoua whd seut floral wreaths, letters and tologroms of sympathy. p IJ B L I 0 ' rb~T~rc~E J. G. GRIFFIN, ESQ., J.P., C.E., &c.t of Sidney, will deliver an ADJRES3 at tho SCHOOL OF AR'IV, .BEGA, TO-DAY. SATURDAY; 16th INSTANT, upon 'The Present Aspect cf the Federal Question.' Doors open-at half-ptat 7, to'comraonoe at 8 o'clook sharp. The Mayor will proside. jyj- K V I , C A L DURING my abBonco from Jtoga, try work will bo carricd on by a looul tcueus, im. loitnvci;, who may bo consulted at my residonce oi und aftor this...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 16 June 1900

THIS SPACE — IS FOB — A. J. DISHER & CO., — THIS — ' in ?us cask sms, — WHE1113 - -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. FIRST DISPLAY— Thursday, 7th inst.

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