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

PRBSBYTBKIAK. Bega, every Snnday at 11 and 7.30 Candoto, the Flrat Bandayof caeli month at 3 Wolamla, tho 8econd Sunday of oac1i Uonth at 8 Sameraka,tbo 8rd Bnnday in each month at 8 Brogo, the Fourth Snnday of oach Moutli at 3 Cboir PracUco at 8 p.m. ovury Friday. U. KIRKPATRICK, BJt.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

TO DARKEN GREY HAIR. Lookykb'b Sdlpiiuh Hair Rbstohkb in tho quiuke*t, bent, safest, and chcupest. Look* er\ keep;* off ravages of timo, oaut«9 Hair to gtuw. Cheap Ljirjfti Bottles.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

WK8LEYAN. First Sunday In naeh month, Bo«a 11, lay aorvice Bemboka, 11. Boga, 7 JO Second fftznday, Boga, 11 {Communion), ancl7.S0 young v-'op'0*® aervice). B ogo, S Third Sunday, Boga, 11 and 7 JO. Wolamla, 8 Fourth Sunday, Bcga, 11 ami 7.30. Candolo, 3 Fitth Snnday (when occurring), Bega, 11 and 7 JO Wolamla, 8 Wbkk Evemikq UcKTncoa and Services Prayer Mooting Wednesday, 7 JO Choir practice, Friday, 7 JO JOHN SCIIARKIE.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Hair and Character. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

Hair and Character. It is interesting to note what this or that one Inn to say about cha iaoter, e-peeially if he pursue* a ratling that 'irin^s him into rather c!ihu contact with people. Th-- shoemaker gathers inferences from i the dill. -rent shapes of feet and ] maimer in wu;uu inuy weui allocs ; - the tailor gets impressions from the I way bis eustoiuets wear their cloth- j ing;- the har'oer, too. u hy should lie not have his opini-m ? He comes iu d.rcct ciiiitact with the hcad.and i iu manipulating hair and beard he ; ought to make some .-lirewd inle I rt-nces. Ono is reputed as giving j his views in llie following quite ti'iislRil a'yle: — j 'Did you ever notice that people of very violent temper have ilways close-growing hail ? It is j fact i hat every man having closegrow ing b iir is the owner of a decidedly bad temper. It is ea-.y enough for me to note it a glance how a man's hair grows. Then I know how to handle him. Men of strong temper are generally vigorous, but at the...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

A B005 to Cigarette smokers WILLS* celebrated imported *' CAP3TAIN ' cigar ettes 4d per packet of 10. JA0K80N*8 Bega cordials — renownod for excellence and purity. Stooked by ieadiDK hotel* and refreshment stalls.* A*. H. Baumbbrg, from Sydney, rieita I. e Bega District regularly every three; months with * grand selection of nowost | jewelry**

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Fatal Ballroom Quarrel. DISPUTE OVER A LADY PARTNER. A REMARKABLE TRAGEDY. NUMURKAH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

Fatal Ballroom Quarrel. DISPUTE OVER A LAI)\ PARTNER. A REMARKABLE TRAGEDY. NUMURKAH, Thursday. A TfltlilMI.E tragedy occurred on Wednesday fit midnight in connec tion will) a duico at tliu Miichntric*' Hall, a young man nimiod J-din Kutllu losing liis lifu in a very Hihldun and most allocking uiatincr. Tliero nro two qiiauniic cuius in the town, nuu of whicli — the Namurkiih — held what was ad vertised as its final iwsemlil y nf tlio season on Wednesday evening. The gathering was less orderly than usual. One or two slight un ple-itmiitiicjses occurred early in the evening, ami shortly after mid night a disagreement over r partner began to make itself evident be tween John (Jacky) Kattle and Aluuiicc M'Numara. Kettle, it wnuld ap|-e»r, uonsidereil that M'Nmnara had roldied him nf his dancu with Miss Sis Build, who had been his partner in thu previous dance, and whom he claimed fur the next also. Ho expostulated with Miss Bnuld and her intended part ner, Maurice M'Nmnara, but te tile...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

I 'l:-t IMI*. KIN : 1 I' k it Ann r m . ?Singlo Copy, ;M. ^op.ids pdbSSj s'ONef ^5*^

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

ItHMiiH'** i-lri'ctiir.r JOHN COLLIN, ARTISTIC TAILOR, Clliil'ttll-*! I'l'i'l. II, -git, ADJOININli TIIK HANK HOTEL. Material and Workmanship RUAUANTEhD. rilOMlT ATTENTION' to OKI'EUS. 13.- Call and Inspect Patterns. ImTiM&TRooKsr COACH & DUliCiY BUILDBliS, lie., &c., Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. At.l. DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLE* Mutlo or Ri'jmireil on tlio Shorto.it Notice. tS' OUR PRICKS nro connistent with HONEST WORKMANSHIP. rjMIE GliAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Christ's llo-pitul am' the University of London (First IJiv Cerlifirale), and c«r certificHtLHl by the University nf Melbourne, ; Late Senior Assistant Mas tor it Eton (Q). TfiRMS anil all information may be ob. tatned on application. 10- Evening CUssos, Shorthand Classe», and Private Tuition for tho Univeraities. occidental hotel, Currer uf Cnrp and AucUlaud Streets, - It K d A. — MOST COM. MODI* 'US HOUSE in TOWN. CI so to Ctuti.ii t:ilo Y-ir.li*. I : !?: ? n'i.VKI...

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 — 19 September 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. CUUKCn OF ENGLAND NT. JOnM'ft OUORCH 8XOA. Thurmlay, 8 p.m., Cboli praetico F. DEYAN, B.A.

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

Spocial Adiwtisi-ineiitN. ? F. A. ORMISTON, rUAIlMACEDTICAL CHEMIST, CAEP-STRBBT, BliGA, (ijgr \KAItl-V OI'I'OSITH I'-'yr OH M H.) BEOS to announce that ho ha* ongnged »s ' M ANAUbR of his (.HEMIsnO BUSINESS, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), (Lato Manny or of Loading Katablishinenta in Rydnoy ami Ooulbuni.) HAVING ADDED EXTKNSIVKI.Y TO HIS STOCK, ho is I' » position to SUPPLY THE WAVTS OF CUSTOMKltS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed- with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs and Chemicals. Country OrilrrH 1». SPECIAL CARE GIVEN TO ORDERS 1JY TOST. E N T I S T K Y MR. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CAKP-3TKKKT, IIKOA, Opposite School of ArtH. ff- CROWN AND BRIDGE WOtlK A SPECIALITY. J-jENTlSTRY F. G. HEAD? DENTIST. Puriu;uient Addroiw : — CAllP-ST., BEGA. ri.UWARRA ' STEAM NAVJ 1 O ATION COiMPAN Y. A STEAMER WILL LB1VB ? SYDNBi' ovury MONDAY and WED NESDAY at noou EDBNevriry WEDNESDAY at 3 a.m., and SATttRDAtf, 6 a.m. MERlMBULl, every WEDNESDAY, at 9.30 a.m., nn...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

TO DARKEN GREY HAIR. j Lecxmn's Sulpiiub Hxm RKsTonxa is the qaickost, best, safcat, and cheapest. Lock' fiir'* kccpa oft ravage* of timo, cauaod Hair to grow. Cheap Largo Bottlos. LOST, at tho Rail last wook, GO LB CHAIN 1SRAOKLKT. Kinder ploaae return to 'STAR' OFFICE. LOST, laat weok, between lie^a and Tathra, or Tathra and Hurma^iii. PAIR of LKGGINGS. Finder rownrded ou return to 'STAR' OFFICE. 1710UND, an American Coin. Ownor can ? bavo (tamo by paying cost of thia ad~ vortison.cnt and dcAoribint; coin. Apply STAR OFFiCE. A BRANCH of thia Bank will be OPENED at EDEN, in tbis colony, on Saturday, 18tli August, inst , for the oonduot of all usual banting businesa. J. RUSSELL FRENCH, General Manager. jpiOR PRIVATE SALE HALF A TON of Planters' Friend Seed, Ky* per lb. In Lots to suit Pubciiisbks. On account of D. Scrcombo. WILLIAM RIX0N, Auctioneer. Government Notice. Court Houeo, Bega, 11th September, 1000. LICKNSING COTOT8 for tho Dwtrict of 13ctrn will bo held itt tho COURT HOUS...

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The Diseased Cattle Cases. BIG FINES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

The Diseased Cattle CaBes. BIG,, FINES. Tbe bearing of tbo case, SeniorSer geant Moss (Inapector under tho Salo of Disdaned \oimals and Meat Act) r. Gooree Hawes, waa continaed at tbe Court House yesterday, before Mr. F. B. Haifa, P.M.. Mr. Curtis piose nuted, and Mr. Cunningham defended in tho absence of Mr. Bland. In con sonance with tho statement of the defenco tbat they would ptead guilty if tlio iionrd 01 Health proved tbe cow to bo cancerous, the defendant askod to be allowed to withdraw his plea of 'not guilty' and plead goilty. Mr. Curtis prossed for tbe maximum penalty boing inflioied, as this class of offence was becoming only too common. Accused waa Gned £20, with £7 7s. costu, and Ga. lOil. costs of Tourt. The second charge was withdrawn. Jons Allen waa proceeded against by tho patne prosecutor for having a diseased animal in his possession, which he intended to sell, woll knowing the beast to bu diseased. Mr. Curtis again appeared to prosecute, whilst Mr. Cunningham def...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Death on the Allowrie. A CASE OF CHOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

The Death on the Allowrie. A CASE OF CHOKING. An inquest was held at the Brighton Hotel, Wollongong, on Thursday, be fore tbe distriot coroner (Mr. O. O. Russell), touching tbe death of Ole Olsen. The following facts wore olicitod : — Emily Olseo deposed : I am the widow of Ole Olsen ; ho was a native of Denmark and 63 years oi age ; yesterday my husband and self left Sydney in tbe steamer Allowrie for Bega ; we had been engaged to go to the Bega hospital — I as cook, my hus band as generally useful man ; he was in good health when we left ; about 6 o'clock last evening he came to my cabin dorr and spoke to me ; shortly afterwards I wbb oalled up on deck where my husband was ; he seemod to bo dying and never spoke ; he died soon afterwards ; every attention was given him by the ship's oifioera. CharloB W. Nash, Becond steward on the Allowrfe, 'deposed f When oppoBito Coal Cliff yesterday, 'deceased came down to tea ; this was about a quarter to si* j while taking his tea I saw. him ...

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The Federal Campaign. MR. AUSTIN CHAPMAN AT BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

The Federal Campaign MR. AUSTIN'iCIIAI'MAN AT DKOA. Tub fo.leral on.nimign was commenced in Boga oi. Friday nig it lajt, whrn Mr. Aii'tln Chapman, M.I'.A. for Bniidnnud, n ldre«e-l a orowdo.1 meoting (n tliu Schmil of Arts. A not! eaMo f™turo w.ih the presence of many ladies./ Mr. h. I. I ull wan Utod to tho nlinlr, uwd intniducod tho speaker to tho mooting. ^ Mr. Uhspman, wm iuw wi oppUuso, mi id ho imped It would bo very plain that niyht that he intended to otfur hiinwlf to this constituency for olootion to tho Federal Pnrlinmcnt, nnd iu* ho believed tho selection U» he, as tho chairman had pointed out, mio of tho utmoit importanre, ho took it that the host course to pursuo would bo to make himself known and ac quainted with tlio pooplo of tho distrioL -So fur the boundaries of the various electorates hnd not beon clearlr definod and ooupkd ; and until Parlintnent dehnitoly settlwi mono boundaries no man could toll whero his con* stltuoucy would be. or even bo certain of Its tuiin...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Bohemian" at the Convent Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

'Bohemian' at the Convent Ball 'Oh, Mr. Bohemian, do bay a tiokot for the CooToat Ball ! Its going to bo so | Dice.' Such was tho pemuapivo request i heaped at this weary mortal by ono ot Bega's charming daughtors. Fanny thing, isn't it, that ovorybody olso's daughter but your father's striken you as { boing charming. Woll. this particular daughter was vary Uiking — she took mo down for 7/G, tbo prico of a doublo tickot. I wanted to bo lot off with a single ; but tbo dear thing was quito euro that I meant to tako my beat girl, so that, as is always tbo case, sho had her own way and my 7/0, whilst I had the satisfaction (?) of cogitatiog upon what consummate idi'its wo men aro wben we como io contact with one of those taking girls. How ever, tho spill was milkod, and thero was do use crying over it ; so I determined to make the best of my bargsiu and go to tbe ball. As I knew as much about danotug as a woman does aboat the latest scandal, I conclodod that a few lessons iu the art wou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

THIS SPACE — IS FOE — A. J. DISHER & CO., — THE — — WHERE — -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. FIRST DISPLAY —Thursday, 7th inst. ? t MUSIC ft „ . _ I POSTED BY fl B From 1853 i return. ? | Till Now j I Paling's i Pianos & 2 Organs 1 ' Have I stood I the { Test.' | I—1 ' Hence their d SEND B ! pjLlNQ'5 ] £ FOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL | | Violins Cornets S I Banjos Guitars B Mandolins Flutes g Autoharps I'olyphons H Concertinas Accordeons ? &c., &c. d CATALOGUES FREE. 1 (LOWEST PRICES. « !: PALING U°; I | * 3G3Ci;RCr. ST., SYDNEY. ' I & r =-£3 crm3:-^2ia jssfc dmS

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

Mketzko of Mr. Chapman'* sup|-orterd on Friday night. Scoadvt. The steamer did not arrive at Tathra till 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Nohouso should be without a supply of Jack*-u'» cordials now that the wann weuther ia comiug on.* , A number of Begaitos journey to Pambala this afternoon to attend tho M.U. Oidfellowa' Boll there to-night. Illkksh. — We rearct to hear of tho indis position of Mr. G. P. Kerrison, who hria been confined to his room for semo days. Anotukb wedding in town to-day, Mr. Atuofl Shuqie, tho p -pular manager of tho N.S.W. Creamery Co. 'a Mogilla Factory, being about to marry Miaa Lizzio I'reo, Herond youngest daughter of Mr. Preo, of Y'arninung. Visitor.— Mr, Wm. M'Millan, ox Colonial Treaaarer, and now chairman of tho Farmers* Co operative Co Ltd, will pay a visit to Bega oext wook. He will travel overland, leaviog Sydney by train for Cooma on Tueaday. Whilst the salos were in progress yesterday afternoon a little diversion was cauaod by an obstroperoas bul...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

SYDNEY MAUKKT HKMUT. Hill. Clauk & Co. report : -Pat piss : Markot was boavilv *upplied on Friday last. when good valued rwsultod for all deacriptinna. oi-pooially bacners, pricea for which wor»* tho boat maintained for a long time. W*» quote: Primo weighty back-fat* 50* to (10«, extra prime weighty baconera to 43*, good to primo lighter | 40s to 45-. light 31s to 39a. best hoavy porkora 28' to .'10*, prime lighter *25- to '27*. light 21m to *J-K small light 16s to 20s, slips IDs to 1 04, We sold over GOO la*t 1 week at excelleut prices. I TlIE Coastal Farmers* Oo-operativo Society reporta on Saturday, 15th: — I Beat factory butter told freely all the j wook at 9Jd ; 'Jud quality 8Ji to 91; cabled information from London states that rollers are asking as high an 120a per cwt. for Danish buttor, and 110a to 115a for Auatraliao, of which very little baa yet reached the London market ; band-cared bioon 6d, machine cured 5d toGj-lperlb; prioea have advanced ^-1, tboro ia bowover...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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LATEST CABLES. ABOUT THE WARS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

' LATEST1 CABLES. ABOUT THE WARS. LONDON, Mnndav. Portugal has authorised Krnger's departure from Delagoa Bay if con vinced that his real destination is Europe. Kruger asserts that he is going to Europe for the beneSt of his health. Ths Boers;generally desire to surrender, but tho foreigners and rebels still resist. The British havo occupied Nel spruit. Qeneral French has captured five prisoners and £5000 worth of specio at Berberton. I General MarDonald pursued eight j hundred Boers from North Thuburg, capturing a large quantity of ammu nition and stores. The Nntborlanda Government haB offered Kruger a pasoago from Delagoa Bay on board a warship. A native servant declares to having seen Qeneral De Wet killed near Potcberstoom on the 7th instant. Five Russian regiments have left Pekin for Manchuria, where tho Bussians have lost heavily. Two hundred miles of railway have been destroyed. Tbe Chinese imperial forces aro massing between Pekin and Teintsin. The allied forces have been st...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 September 1900

LIVER COMPLAINTS Da. Kino's Dandelion and (^uininkLivkb Pills, witnout meroury, are a potent re mcoy ? remove all Livor am* Stomach Com plaints, ttiliouHUosa, Headache, Sldknesa, Saoulder Pains, Heartburn, Indigestion, Constioatiufi. Dr. King's Pills ar® old fashion -1. wi'.bout the diugeroua vbite coatinu on maur Pillf t Advice to Motherh!— * Aro you brokon in your rest by a aick child suffering with the paiu of cutting teeth? Go at once to a chem ist and got a bottle of Mrs Winslow's Sooth, iho Syrup. It will rolievo tho poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harmless and pluaimnt to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleop by relioriug tho child from pain, aud tho little cherub wakes 44 as bright as - button.' It soothes tho child, it softons tha gums, allays all pnin, reliuves wind, rogue lates tho bowels, and is the best kuowu remedy for dysentery and diarrha»a. whether arixiug from tcetl.iug or other causes Mm. Winslow's Soothiug Syrup is sold, by mediciro dealo everywhere ...

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