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LATEST CABLES. ABOUT THE WARS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 September 1900
LATEST. CABLES. ABOUT THE WARS. Lord Roberts reports several more gross cases of white flag treaohery at Nelspruit. Libutooant R. L. White, and l'rivnte A. King, of the Bushmen, were killed at Wonderfontein. Trooper Woods and Corporal Mitohell, of N.8. Wales, bnve been granted commissions as second lieu tenants in the Imperial Army. The English preaa ie»ents the effusive patronage honors which Holland is bestowing on Kruger. Tbo London 'Standard' states that the Dutch are ungrateful, and are no longer England's friends. Five hundred of tbe Canadian con tingent in Africa retnrn home shortly, but the remainder bare volunteered to remain till tbe end of tbe war. The foreign Ministers bare inter viewed Prince Ching in regard to peace negotiations. Tbe former in sisted on tbe retirement of tbe Em press from power, and the reinstate ment of tbe Emperor. America declines to support Ger many's proposal for tho production oi tbe instigators of the outrage* in China T/io French press . unanim...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 September 1900
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Friday. Tub oonfflrenoe bstwoeu the two Houbob on tho dispute in regard to; tho 8fdnoy Corporation Bill provod obortivn. aftor lasting 6re hours. It is undorstood that tho Counoil mana ge.™, oi a compromiso, agroou to ao pont tho lodger voto, provided tho qualification wna raisod to fifteen pounds, but the Asaombly managers deolinod. Subsequently tho Promier moved that the Assembly adjourn, and said that if be bad aoceptod the Counoil's terms ho would havo been saorifioing tho rights and dignity of tho roprosontaMvo Chamber. A crisis, necessitating grave considera tions, had beon precipitated, and in ordor to fully docido upon a oourse of action, be proposed to allow the mat ter to stand over till Tuesday, when he would definitely announco his inten tions. Tho Houso roso amid oonaid trablo oxoitemont. It is hinted that tbe Government may aak the Qovorn or to appoint a number of additional nominees to the Counoil. The 'Herald' protests against- the stand and ...
WOLUMLA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 September 1900
_— . — ? ? WOLUMLA. (From oob ConuMPONDwrr.) THB nsn.l monthly moating ol tne inc., Progress Association was hold on Friday, tho prstideot. Mr. H. Bennett. P™«'°»£ Correspondence was presented from Mr. H. Clarko, M P.. acknowledging receipt of tho aMOciation's »PPl'-»»°'' ^ ' „,.„. nf £.100 to oomplnto road to the goTdflold to have Woluml. brooRM under the provisions of tho Towns' Police Act, and for an additional police officer to be stationed at Woluml. ; from Mr. h I Poll Boga District Vigilsoco Associa tion with roforenco to nominating three donates to attond proposod oonforonco to bi held in Bega on tbe 21st of Novem ber, and stating that it had boon decided to agitato to hsvo tho namo of this oloo torate altered from Narriga toEdoD- It was resolved to co-operate with the DoRa Vigilance Association in urging the sub stitution of Eden for Narriga, as tbe namo of this fodoral electorate Tbo Association ia also in receipt of ft communication from tho Pubiio Works Department, throu...
The Dancing Crase. (To the Editor of the Southern Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 September 1900
The Dancing Craze (To tht .Etfitor of the Southern SlarJ 8ir,— Kindly allow me tbrongb tht modium of your popular paper to draw the attention of onr young people to tbe barm that must oventually result to their health from the prevailing practice of dancing tbrongh the wholo of one or more nights every week. I do not onnoaa dancing on moral grounds, aa I consider it, when not taken to excess, an ideal form of amtuement, and those who would make evil out of it in this direction would do tho same if there were no dancing. My objection is based on hygienic grounds, and thero is no gainsaying the faot that people who dance from 8 o'clock in the evening till 3 or 4 in the morning render themselves unfit for any work daring tho following day. As a business man, employing several bands, I havo bad occasion to notice this. There is no earthly reason why these dancing parties should be kept going till tbo 'small hours of the morning, and it would be far bet ter from every standpoint if they ...
EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 September 1900
EVENTS TO COME. Bcffa School o( Art! Delating Club awU orcry ? IUni«lu Krlclsr Ladles- Loduo of the O.U.O.O.'. mecta Thursday lortuixhUy Loyal Princo Alfred Lodge, M.U., meeta on Mod d»y. toning Star' Lodge I.O.O.F., meets on MonJ.y Hasonlc Lodge, Bega meets on 8econd Tuesday lu Bes«A.,P. .ndU.Soclotj-a OommltUe meets Or. I Tuesday ol tho month. Qood Templars meet over? Tncuday Commons Trustees meet last Tuesday In oach month «iospIUl Committee meots Second Wednesday in Bega Bonovtlont Society moeta second Tuesday in School of Arts Committee mccU First Tliursdsy in oach month [!*fon*atU!»l*tiU4 fro* SccTttaHfi
SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 September 1900
SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. DcnhimBroe. report on Hth instant:— Buttur— croamory '.' J.I. factory 8}d to 9d, dairy 7d to Sd ; chewv— modium 4}d to od, loaf 'id to 5}d— market firm ; baoon CJ to 7(1 — firm ; poUtocH 70a to 75 ; onions 9s 3d to 9a Od ; tnaizu yjd : oats 2» 4d to 2» od : br.in and pollard sjd ; chaff 70a to 77a Od— market oaiiiur ; pou'.try scuroo. Hill, Clarko 4 Co report on 20th instant : Fat pigH— excellent demand still continues for U'imo descri[itinns, especially in bacoui-rs, which ar« wiling aondorfully well. Wo quoto — extra primo woighty baclc-fatB 65a to 05s, primo weighty 60s to 66s primo weighty baconors -IT* to 61b, good to primo lighter 43b to 48k, light 3.2s to 40a beat hoary porkers 28a to 30s, primo lighter 26n to 2Bn, light 21a to 2*3 MiiaM light 15s to 1S«. Full supply of slipa uu hand with prioes lower. PnwpccU are ]»rticularly bright for prime heavy porkcra iirnl primo baconors.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 September 1900
That pastmaster in the art of bom* baatry — Minister tor WorkB O'Sol livan — waxes exceeding wroth because the daily press bad the toraority to ao cu80 him of being so indisoreet as to make promises which he nover intended giving ellect to. As :a well known, ths sting ol '.ruth is frequently more pungent than tho broa.h of a lie, and Mr. O'Sullivan'a assamptioa of martyr dom falls Tery flat, coming, as it dooi, immediately alter the manner in which he flouted tha local Vigilance Associa tion by promising t? have a tramway survey made from Bega'to Tathrs, and ordering a railway surrey to be made instead. Io,4ia face of ? this (ndabit Mei fact, this pretentious minister has the eflmntery to challenge all and sundry to prove one single instance where ho has gone baok on bia word and not acted up to his promises. But a mountain of such blatant fustian would not convince people of this dis trict that tho fact that be ordered a railway Burvey to be made to Tathra is a fulfillment of his p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 September 1900
?\/TARRlAOE NOTICES 3a., including Ivl copy of paper. Births, 2a. 6d. Deaths. 2a. Sd. per inch. In Memoriflm, Sa. per inch. Advertisomenta of travelling oom panics cash in advance. rtmijBnxD at bzoa ea WEDNESDAY AND SATITBDAY. ?'Bb juot, and foar not: let all tho ends tnon aim'st at bo thy country's, thy Qod'a, and truth's.' SATUBDAT, 8EPTEMBEB 22, 1900
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 September 1900
THIS; SPACE . — IS FOR— ? A. J. DISHER & CO., — THB — ill fill CASH ST01I, — WHERE - -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. FIRST DISPLAY— Thursday, 7ihinst. ' Ik MUSIC « I P08TED BY From 1853 I return. Till Now | I Paling's Pianos & j Organs 1 ' Have I (stood V ~ tv | I —'— Hence their g r Popularity. V SEND r 1 PflLlNQ'5 £ FOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL | | Violins Cornels | I Banjos Guitars 9 Mandolins Flutes fl Autoharps Polyphons ? Concertinas Accordeons I &c., &c. M CATALOGUES FREE. J Slowest prices. 1 If: PAUNQ mt' 1 | « 333 GEORCEST., SYDNEY.^]
Bega Co-operative Co., ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 September 1900
Bega Co-operative Co., ltd. A hektino of nharehnhlers in the above comp-my wan held at tho School of Aria on Saturday afternoon last to consider the question of exporting por tion of thn fnctory'a butter. The at tendance wn» not largo, and this fact might have been taken as a tribnto to the confidence which shareholders havo hmirrl nf mmmnnmnnt Mr T J. Kollyi chairman ol directors, pre sided, and thoro wevo also present Messrs. John Otton, T. D'Arcy, and J. T. Rogers (dircotors), J. Underbill (secretin y), W. Underbill, J. Taylor, R. Howanl, U. Ife'.hrrineton, II. Davis, Jus. Nickle, Jor. Kirkland, J. .Inunccy, G. and A. Meaker, J. Tar linton, W Booth, J. Butley, II. Mil ler, A Nicklo, P. Noilson, J. Beck with, and C. Higijins. Tho chnirman, going straight to business, said tho diicctora proposed to export two-thirds of tbo output, and everything favored Buccess. The ob jeot of exporting was not so much to mako a profit as to koop up tho price in Sydnoy ; if all the butter waa pnt o...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 September 1900
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Tuosday. Tm Cabinet yesterday arrived nt a decision in regard to the ligature deadlock whioh it is believed will lead to a satisfactory settlement. Ibe l'romler will move to-doy that the re port of the manneor*' conferences on the Corporation Bill bo considered. Tho Government are cooaiaoriug the expediency of the introduction of legislation to reduoo the number of members io the State Parliament. A monster Protestant demonstration in tho Town UbII last night strongly condemned the rocent utterances of Archbishop Redwood, and also tho Govornnr and Mayor's proeenco at High Mass in 8t. Mary's Cathedral. Tho platform was occupied by many clergymen aud politicians. Mr. Roid referred to tho utterancos as vilo and infamous slanders, and said that if he had hoard in tho Cathedral such words ns had boon soot to the Press ho would bavo oonsidored himself a craven hound if he had sat there. Minister for Education also declared that be would have been a ourff ho had no...
To the Chairman Tarraganda Recreation Trust, Bega- (Per facer of the editor of the Southern Star), [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 September 1900
To the Chairman Tsrraganda Recreation Trnst, Bega (Per favor of tht editor of the Sou/hern Star], Sib, — Pursuant to your Trust's reso lution appointing as a sub-committce to prepare a resume of tho investigation and audit made by Mr. F. E. Ford of the business and recoipts and expendi ture of the Trust since its inoeption, for publication in the Bega news papers, we beg to submit the follow ing in view oi reports current with the public, the new Trust, after full con-, sideration of tho. matter,. -decided to have a thorough investigation made of every dialing and transaction by the Truat from its inception, and the ser vices of Mr. F. E. Ford were em ployed, and he found : 1. That tbe hooks and documents belonging to the Trust (except for the last few years) were very unsatisfac tory. Account sales and ch- que forms (with blank butts) were missing, but the proceeds of these sales reache.1 the Trust's bsnking account, and the chequo forms do not appear to have been used for the purp...
LETTERS to the EDITOR. THE MEETING OF MR. CHAPMAN'S SUPPORTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 September 1900
LETTERS to the EDITOR THE MEETING OF MR. CHAPMAN'S SUPPOBTBBa ? Sir, — I was muoh surprised at the nature of tbe report of Mr.' Chapman's committee meeting appearing jn your contemporary to-day. While regretting the abMnce ot the editor ol the 'Standard,' I think the least he might bave done was to get a truthful report of the proceedings. It stated, inter alia, tbat I proposed, aed mr. uosencnau nconaoo, 'that Mr. Ohapman is a fit and proper person to represent us in the Federal Parliament.' As every elector throughout the electorate is tally alive to this fact, there wa, no necessity for me to propose snch a motion, and I did not do. so. Io effcct, the motion propoMd by me was 'that the meeting rewire iUelf into a oommittee to ?eoure Mr. Chapman's' election.' Oa which the social fioga Bank Manager pro posed (although tb. meeting was only callei for Mr. Chapman'* supporters) that 'the time bad not yet arrived to pledge ourselves to any candidate.*' As chsir man I allowod the amendm...
LATEST CABLES. ABOUT THE WARS. LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 September 1900
LATEST CABLES. ABOUT THE WARS. LONDON, Monday. Tub British have occnpied Komati poort, the Boers Abandoning their positions. Five hundred more have arrived at Delagoa Bay, mostly foreigners and members' of the Irish Brigade. Tnngfusahang baa beeq appointed Commander of 'tbe Chinese Army, and he deolares he will oppose the allies tooth and nail. Li Hung Chang decKnea to sur render the instigators of the outrages, and says peace is impossible, and that China was compelled to fight ihe world. America state? that China should have an opportunity ot punishing the instigator*. The American Minister at Pekin has been authorised to. confer with the Chinese offioials in the hopo of facilitating the restoration ol author* ity, and pending the issue of final negotiation*. ;i ' America is rsdnoing,ber military contingent at Pekin, but a strong Naval Squadron will remain in China waters. Lord Salisbury has issued an ad dress to the electors of Great Britain, in which he says the Imperial power o...
SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 September 1900
SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. Messrs Hill, Clark' and Co ( report on 24th instant Fat pig market wel' supplied on Friday last, but pricos were again very jfood indeed for prime baoonere and porkers, especially baronern, which aro selling excep tionally wtll. We quote extra primo woighty back fathers at 63* to 65, primo wei. hty 50* to b!-«t extra primo weighty baoonere 4$s to ?52a, good to prime lighter 44a to 48*, light 32a to 42s, beat henry porkors 27s to 30s, prime lighter 4a to 27s, light 20s to 24s, small light 15 to 19*. Prospocts are very encouragiug, cfpccullv fur primo baconers. Tho Coastal Farmers' Co-operativo Co. ! Limited, report on li'iud instant : — Beat factory butter 9}, second quality SJd to9d — wo have experienced good sale* all the week. Hand cured bacon fld to fijd, mach ine cured '-Jd— owing to export order* tho market in very firm. Hand curod hams 8d, raa'hine cure-i 7tl to?}-l. Lard, balk 3Jd, btadaer 4d to 4]d— steady sales for beet bulk and bladder. Cbeesu (choice...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 September 1900
Municipal Council Thb adjournod montblv mooting of tho Council took placo on Friday ovoning in the Conncil Chambers, the following boing proiont Aid. Bland (Mayor), .Rixon, Jackson, Parsons, donning! and Underbill. A couplo of ratepayers woro also proscnt. Tbominutoi. woro road and confirmod at tbo-adjournod moeting. . Aid. Ilonnings desirod to know why tbo £10 which had boonvotodfor thopurpoioof draining tho surfao* water oB Oarp-atroot at Kis.'s lafoon had not been oxpendod. Tho Works Ooomittoo wero at fault and should furnish an explanation. Tbo Mayor, in answer, statod that owing to a lettor wbich appoatod in tbo 'Southorn Star' from ono of tbo ownors of tho land through which tboy would bavo to draio, tho Works Committoo woro nnablo to oarry out tbo work nntil a compromise bad boon arrivod at, as tho Council could not involvo itself. Ho undorstood tbat Mr. Sir! would undortska to clean tbo drain for tho sum of £5. Aid. Parsons stated that, as a mombor of tbe Works Committeo, be...
CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 September 1900
CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. CHURCH OP ENGLAND Every Sumlajr, morning at 11, and evening at T.30 Sunday, 80th— Tanja, 8 Bandar* Hth— Walbmoot, S Sunday, 3lst— Tanja. 3 Soudar, iflth— Brogo. Mr Curtis', 8 Thursday, 8 p-m., Choii practice F. BEVAN, B.A.
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 September 1900
WKSLETAN. First Saoday in each month, Boga II, lay aervioe Bomboka, 11. Moringlo (Mr 8. JobnBtono's) 8.80. Bega, 7.90 Second Sunday, Bega, 11 (Communion), andT.30 young people'* servlco). Botfo, 3 Third Sunday, Bega, 11 and 7.30. Wolumla, 3 Fourth Suuday, Bega, 11 and 7.90, Candelo, 8 Filth Sunday (when occurring), Bega, 11 and 7.80 Wolumla, 8 Wsik Evssixo Hkstixos axd SxaviOES Monday, 1st -Wallagoot, 7.8o Tuesday, 2nd— Wolumla. Mr UcPaul's, sen, 7.90 Wednesday, 8rd — Candelo, 7.90 Thursday, 4 th— Tan J a, 7.80 Friday, Kb— Remboka. 7 JO Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7.30 Choir practloo, Friday, 7,80 JOHN BCHARKIE.
IN IDLE MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 September 1900
IN IDLE MOMENTS. [dt DOHKitujr.] So tho Duke and Duchess of York have decided to cross the milk-pond that divides US from our foster-mother and add another strand to those t 'silken bonds that bind' eto. What a windfall tho visit will prove for the sycopbantio press and for tbo multi tude of fawniDg toa'dstors that Australia can boast of. Doubtless jaynial Dan O'Connor will set to work aod make himsolf proficient in the latest York shire dialect, as t;e did in Frenili wboo Sarah Bernhardt visited these shores some years ago. The cablelake s in form us that. tho Duke bas secured his grandmother's (the Queen's) permission to make the trip, which shows os tbat this prospective ruler of England must bo a good hoy, otherwise lie would be made to stay at home. This probably accounts for tbo fiict that the Prince o( Wales never visited AuBtialia, for 'Tummy's' reputation as a boy is con ceded to be choico, which probably originated the term 'England's belted ariHtocracy.' Bat to advert to ...