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PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

pkesbyteuian. Bega, every Sunday at 11 and 7.80 Candolo, the First Sunday of each mouth at S Wolumla, the 8ocoud 8unday of inch Month at 8 Kamoruka, tho 3rd Sunday in cach month at 3 Brogo, tho Fourth Sunday of each Mouth at 3 Choir Practico at 8 p.m. ovory Friday. M. R1KKVATRICK, R.A,

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 — 15 September 1900

LATEST CABLES. ABOUT THE WARS. LONDON, Thursday. The Boors bavo officially announced that Kruger has beon granted six months' leave to proceed to Europe to seoure intervention. All tho foreign military attanbos havo quitted the Transvaal. The reported doath of Cumniaodant Therat, tbo Boor raider, is conDrmed. General Carew ia advancing on Nelspruit. Gooornl Fronch is hnavily engaged in tho viciuityof Xcniir^oilnuht, and is being reinforced by Uenoral llutton. 30,000 pooplo attonded an immense demonstration at Capetown on Wed ne:day, in honor of Baden-Powell. Tbo Transvaal Military Police will be commanded by Baden Powoll and will bo composed chiefly of colonists. It will probably number 25,000 mon. A Japanese bas been arrested and handed over to tho German authorities as tbe asHassin of tho lato Gorman Ambassador. Tho culprit declares that the Chineso Govern mon t ordered tuo muraors. Tbo Americans attackod .'100 Im perialists at Sliaoi, killing 30. It is reportod that France, Amori...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

WHILE DOCrOUS ARK DIITFKR[Nt! VITADATI0 is curing, THAT'S THE DIFFERENCE. TUBERCULOSIS CUUED. Testimonial fbox Mn. Joseph Kvams. 7 Cobden-at., South Melbourne, March 7, 1900. Sir. — It ia from real gratitude that f p-n vou tlieac fow line*. My daughter, aged 15, haa had a wonderful experience with Vitadatio. Tho following will Miffice oa a briuf outline of the For gome D or 10 months ihe atilfcred from Tnborculo-ia on tho spino. At limt au abneefw formed ou tho b luk of her | neck : it grow very largo and painful. We ? connulted a leading local doctor, who ad- I vined her to attend tho Homa.»-pathic Hos pital, which she did There tho doctors ' operated, gave her .timo medicine, and aent ' her home. Some little timo after th ? wound ' began to discharge, aud a large bladder* liko - growth formed acroea her shouldera. Wo ? cunaulted an -thcr eminent doctor, who pro- 1 nounced it to be a very had ciue* of Tuber- j culo-ia. and aaid tho only ohaueo of Having j her lifo was by an operati...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

WESLEYAK. Firat Sunday in oaoli month, Be^a 11, lay sorvloo , Bambokft,!!. Boga, 7.30 Second Sunday, Befta, 11 (Communion), and 7.90 ( young poople'ii aervico). B o^o, 3 Third .^und^y, Hoga, 11 and 7.30. Wolumla, 3 Fourth Suuday, Bega, 11 and 7.S0. Candulo, 3 Fifth Sunday (wh*m occurring), Hftfa, U aud 7.80 Wolumla, 8 I Wrkk Eyxniko Mxbtixos and Skrvicbb I Woduesday, 6th —Wolumla, Mr McPaul'a, 7.80 ! Thursday, 6th— Uandelo, 730 Friday, 7th— Brogo, 7.80 (Tanplars* Hall) Monday, 10th— Tauja, 7.80 Tnosday, 11th— Bega Band of !iopo,7.S0 Prayor Meeting Wodncsday, 7^0 Choir practico, Friday, 7,80 JOHN SCIIARKIE. j

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS 6YDNEY, Friday. WnEN tho Uppor Qoueo mot yostordny afternoon, tho Vico-Prosidont inovod the adjournmont, Btating that ho had boon informod by tho Preraior of his intontioD to tako a certain courio in coDsoquonoo of tho treatmont rocoivod whon tbo divieion waa takoo on the third reading of tho Cobar-Wilcaouia Railway Bill. A Fronoh group of islands in tho Uismark arohipolago havo boon almost depopulated by small pox. Ia tho Assembly Sir William Lyno obtained loaro to iotroduca tho Old Ago Ponsions Bill, which profidos a poQBion for porsoos sixt}- fivo yours of ago aud upwards. Tho Bill is largely on tho lines of tho Now Zea land Aot. Sir William Lyno says that no difforonoo whatovor exists botwoon tho Ministers. Ho appravad of Mr. Suttor's action in tho Uppor Houbo, which was dictated by tho troatmont uoTornmoQc moasures nau roceiveu id tbe Council. Mr. Suttor was silent on tho situation, and had notrosignod, but vrhntber ho would retiro from tho Vico-Prosidoncy of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

TOUR 'L t'-.ST OU.'4;asrOj3' TO nltTAlN ?THE ENGYCLOP/EDIA BRITANNICA A.T HALF PRICEI. TO-DAY IS TOE LAST DAY. MHO DA\ , SATURDAY, September loth, is tlio last dpy of ono of tho mnitt remarkable .1.^ opporhmiiiett in tin* history of bookselling. On Monday morning if vuu should do»i.*e a wt i»f 'Tho Titn«*i»'' Iteprint *»f tho Encyclopedia Britannica you will doubllo!'* havu to wend to Lm.lon fur it, and piy tbo full |iublinher»' prices of £37, £45, or £05, fir curding to tho stylo «»f biii'liinr. If you ncoopt at once, to-day, tho oflor of 'Tlio Tiinea' to supply thin print work you miu ncure a net at a reduction of ovor 60 per c?nt. This offer (r Iiinito-I, however. to thin on t day. Subscribers who wild iti thoir order* tn-ihiy will rocoivu their nopies of the work a* expeditiously as if thev bad upplud bi-fnre rim present influx of application* way produced by the nnnnnticcmmit tint*- tho Kunyilopie Ii t Britiinnica ofFur would bo permanently with drawn on September l '»tli Nut o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

A booh to Cigarette smokers WILLS* celobratod imported ' OAPSTAIN ' cigar ettes 4d per packet of 10. A. H. Baumbbro. from Sydney, Ti'aifn U e Bega District regularly every tbreo month* with a greod aeleotion of newest jewelry.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

? l'»S(;JHPMf-\ : 1 0 S . P K It A N N II -1 . Sitiglo Copy, JJil. ^ Pfl£ss -'-f 'Y* :'-Y 'yl 1^' fA', 1)1' | %y». ' I I %e ; produce !{! farmers' agents aod— «sr ||| ^c= operative stock ^ -s/7 Auciiooeer?, ;h wmpami, — v.y/Sr £llTllt@df Sussex & Liverpool Streets, Sydney. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL - - £20,000. J ( -? Rectors: i w.m. McMillan, sviinev. , C.wt. A. J. O. TllUMl'.SO.V, I ) -C Mknaxiii.k. ALEX. CAMI'UKLL, ICsy., M.L.A., CfKK I NCON'U. I c'k D. L. DYMOCK, Msy.# .Iamheuuo. JOHX FRA.SKl:, K-m., S, \ rf.. Ai.iuo.s* Park. DONALD KENNEDY, E*y„ s ^ Milton*. GEO. Pl.L'MMKIi, ; SMITIITO'.VN. | .JOHN CLAUKi:. Iw. J Sin.k.voofi. 4 OKO. lJIIAXSHON, Ivm,., i IJ'.ii.am.V J'i.aivs. ' ai'.tiil'I! Nn :a.i:, i;U:a. I JOHN MII.VACII \X. IN..,, I BKUKLLA.N, n.f SH«»,\L)1AV-..V. I ?-- ? A FEW SOLID REASONS j -;?- V - -:? W— n—1 WHY THIS COMPANY SHOULD BE SUPPORTEl) : '/? ^ 1. — Tho Company is purely Co opcrativo, and its opontinn^ nro dirt-i ltd I h/J ' by men wIhjko intorostrt are insupar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

ItiiHiucHN Bii'oflfory JOHN GOLLI^ ARTISTIC TAILOR, CliurclfMtrcct. ADJOINING THE BANK IIOTEI,. Material and Workmanship guahantkri). PROMPT ATTENTION to ORPERS. Call and Inspect Patterns. 'WHYMAN & BROOKS, COACH & BUGGY BUILDERS, &c., &a.t Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLES Mado or Repaired on tho Shortest Notico. tS ' OUR PRICES aro consistent with HONEST WORKMANSHIP. IJUIK GUAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. — M A S T K B — REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Chrwt'H Hospital and the University of London (Fi™t Div. Certificate), and oor certificated by tho University of Melbourne, ^Lato 8cnior WaUnt Master at Eton (Q). TfiUMS and all Information may bo ob tained on Application. Evening Classes, Shorthand Classed, and Private Tuition for tho Universities. OGGIPENTAL HOTEL, Comer of Carp aud AucIcIhikI Streets, — BEGA.— MOST COMJIOUIuUS HOUSE in TOWN. Clone to Central S»io Yard*. BEST Bit AN US of WINES, SPIRITS, and REEKS. IJ3T Fhi't...

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CHURCH SERVICES MONTH OF SEPTEMBER CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OK 8EPTEMUEH. CHURCH OP ENGLAND HT. JOIIN'KCIIUHOn BKOl. Thursday, b p.in^ Choit )-ractlco F. BEVAN, B.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

Spo illl \ -l» -Tl iMrilM'lltN. F. A. ORMISTON, rilARHACillTICAL CHEMIST, CARP-STREET, T3KQA, (45J- \i;i|(I.T Ol'l'OSITI! l»»ST Ori'Iti:.) ji l.'ii S to ininiiun'ii' tlmt lie Inn ui.unir.tl hh MANAOKK of hia CI! lillSlNKSS, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist). (Lutu Man-iiror of Leading KataMMimont* in Sydney and Ooulburn.) ||, WIST. MlDKD RXTKNS1VKLY TO HIS STOCK, ho i» in ft pu-iti.m to SllPI'I.Y TIIK WAN'TS Of CUSTOMEUS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs and Chemicals. iUMiutr.v Orili'i's promptly uttuiMi'rt Io. SPECIAL UA.UE GIVEN TO ORDERS BY TOST. J-) E N T I S T K Y MR. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURaEON, CAKt'-STItKKT. IlKliA, Opjto.il i' Sellout «?' %rts. CKOWN AND ltl:II-.!K \VOt:K A Sl'KCIAI.l I V. yj K N T 1 3 T K Y F. G. HEADY DENTIST. Permanent A Idrens : — C.VllI'-ST., BEGA. Ilil«A NV A lilt A STEAM NAVI GATION COMPANY. A STEAMER WILL LKAVK aftl^KV' «vi;rv MONDAY and WKD NBSDAV nt noot. EVlNovury WlSD.VtSSDAY nt S ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

Nitric acid will burn wood, eat through iron plates, and destroy whatever it touches. A carboy was once broken iu an acid factory. Everyone ran away, leaving the acid to amuse itsolf by setting fire to its surroundings. Soon, however, it was seen that tho building would bo destroyed, and hundreds of pooplo lose their employment, ou which four men volunteered to put uut tho fire in the aoid room. They succoeded, and oamo out feeling ap parently unharmed. Five hours later all wero dead.

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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

orricK hours. Post Office open from 9 a. ni. to 6 p.m, On Sunday from 9 a.m. to 10 u.m. Daily delivery. Sunday excepted, by letter carrier within tho municipal area ; carrier leaves office at 8 a.m. Telegraph office opeu from 9 a. m to 8 p.m , Sunday ex:eptod. Mouey Order aud Saving*. Bank Offices op in from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (Suudhy copted), and -n Saturday tho Savings Hank is open from 7 to 8 p tu for tho re* ceipt of deposits ouly. privato box»R, foe, oue guinea por aunum, payable in advauco, may bo obtaiuod on ap plication at office, enabling boxholders to got tlioir mail auy day, and at any, hour. Lottoi pillar, Newtown cleared at 6 p.m JAS. W. McCUTCHBON. PosUua*ter.

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MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

mails ct.-m ron (overlaud) via Comua, daily, Sat urday excopted) at 9 p.m., shaip. Stdsbi (per steamer) Weduesday nnd Saturday, 8.30 a.m., wlicu steamers are luuniug. . Goulburn. Cooma, Mmttybello and Manaro district, .Bomboka aud ^wmbugga Jaily, (Saturday excopted) at 9 p.m., sharp. Bhaidwood. Aralueu, Moruya, Cobargo, Quaama, and Brogc, daily (Saturday ex« copied) at 9.30 p.m. Tathra and Brickyards, Receiving Ofllce, Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30 a.m. Towamba Timbillicu, Uoeky Uull, Wyiid ham, (via Pauibtiln), Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday at 9.30 p m. Kdkn, Pamlula, Wolumla, Moriuibula (Saturday excepted) at 0.30 p.m. For Merimbula, via Jellat Jellat, Thurs. diy at 9.30 p.m. Cakiiem, Mogilla, Fumeruka, Kanoouu daily at 9.30 p.m. Tasja (NeUou's), Wapenguo, Tuesday ar.d Friday, at !J.30 p.m. Ulladolla, via Tathra, Satnrdayt 8.30 a. m

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Bega Post Office Time Table (Corrected to January 14, 1900.) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

Itegn Post Olllcc Time Tal-l-* {Corrected to Jauu-try 11, 1000.) MllLS lattlVE fROM SiDSKT.ovorland, via Cooma and Bern boko, daily, (Sunday oxcopted) il.no p.m. 8Tr-5*T. per rfloamor, Tuesday aud Thur; day, time onoerlain. Braidwood, Araiuen, Moruya, Bodalla, Cobargo, Qonaiua, Brogo, daily Suudsy ozcoptod), at 7 p.m. Goulburn, Cooina, Ximityhelle. Monaro distriet, Bemboka aud Nnmbugga daily, (Sunday oxcopted) 15.30 p.m Tathba aud IJrickyurda Keceiviug Office Tuesday and Tltux^day, time uuceaain. Ulladuila (via Tathra) Thurstliy, per. atoanier, time tnicertain. CanI/KLo, Mogilla, Katufcruka, Kauoour. daily, at 8.30. p.ui. Towamba, Timbillica, Rocky Hall, Catli cart, Wyndliam, (vU Pambula), Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 p ui. Eoittf, Pambula, Wolumla, aud Merim* bula, daily Sunday excepted at 8 pm. Merimbula, viaJ ellat JelUt , Friday at 7 p.m Wvkxhiam viu Candelo, Sunday and Wed nesday at 8.30 p.m. Tanji i Nelson's), and Wapengue, Wed nesday aud Snturdiiy, nt 0 p.m. BoMuala, C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

Taken 111 in the itreet. On tho 2Ctli of Jnnunrv, 1898, a young lady, pntwing through Burton.ttroet, in DarlinrthuMt, won nuddonly taken W. Fortunately, aho w:ih seen by thep ople of a hou.to near b^#, who conducted ln-r within doors, administered % stimulant, and cured for her until nho was ablo to gu hi.tno. Thw, you may say, was hurdly an incldont worth putting in priut. That d-iiond* on what it signifiert. To ubeuiigod and ?taivi»'g garrison the hound of u distant bugle i« a mutter to mako thu heart Jump. On arriving her homo, we are corry to say, tho young lady had a nocoml Koizuro, and a doctor wus ut «-uce onllcd in. No, it was not tho tiervus or a rush «f blood to tho head ; tho symptom* pointed to a thoroughly diso derod stato of indigestion ; ulcerated stomach, probably So mmiKo tho inodical man, aftor a careful diagnosis. Such being tho doctor*s opinion, l»o pro I scribed on the lines Hugim«tcd by the facts, j Tho sequel proved him right, albeit his | treatment had but li...

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

pAniftn or KAMKnrxi Snndivy, Mrd— nomhokn, 11 H.C- Mo^iHa, 2.30 Sunday, 80tJi— Tantawanglo, 11. H.C. Candclo 7.80 J. A. NEWTif. M.A., fleeter

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

VITADATI0, Tlic -«rcnt IIlooil ft'iirillcr. A WELL-KNOWN SYDNKY RESIDENT CURED OF RHEUMATISM. Mr. Pogg will bo only too oloascd to givo any ftutferor, fullor dotails of hit* cose by calling at Ills private address, au below : — 4? Lower Fort-at., Dawea Point, Sydney, Nov. 30, 1899. Mr. S. A. PALMKH, 1 81 Pitt -at. t Sydoey. Dour .Sir, — I am glad to testify to tho in valuable qualities of Vitadutio. Some 13 months ago I had to consult a Melbourno doctor ro a tievcro attack of rhoumatitmi. The doctor prescribed for mc, but tho medidno gavo mo uo pcrmaiiuni reliof. I suffered uouto pnin fur homo ruonthd, and wa« unable | to get Hleop f'r inure than au hour or two I during the night. Knowing several of your ! clients who had been curjd by Vitadatio, 1 resolved to give it h trial, and am happy to tiay that for tho la*t threo monthfl I have l-een perfectly free from puin, and havo no he-itHtioo iu attributing my restored health to Vitadatio. I hholl be very glad to give personal corrobor...

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

CATHOLIC Snnday, 33th— Bega, 9. Candclo, 11 JO T. 1LARNETT, P.P.

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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

clippin as England's annual okk bill is over £4,000,000. Thu callln market at Ilnmubusli shows signs of weakoning. At Diingng last werk storo cattle brought £.3.i0s por head. A forlhar foil ll ? : ? f lor i* oxpcctod shortly. Tho brain of a man excoods twico that of auy othor animal. Last month 4U30 tons of buttor wero oxportod from Sydnoy. Tho offspring of two rabbits will iu 'wo yoars numbor 70,000.000. If all tho money in the world wero dividod equally among tho pnnple, oaoh porsou would get about £0. 200 oases of Amorioan onions ar rived in Sydney last week, and realised £10 por ton. Tho demand for pigs and oalvos in Sydnoy is good, and agents ad viso shipments. Tho ontries for Wauca Show numbered 2G80, tho highest on record. Tho whoat orop in soveral dis tricts in tho colony promisos to bo a record one. In tho fowl-house uso lime and carbolio. It will keop tbe roosts sweet ind i roe fromveimin. Tho Farmers' Co-oporativo Co. has offered to assist tho farmers to erect a butter fa...

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