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MR. A. CHAPMAN'S COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

jyj'B. A, CHAPMAN'S COMMITTEE XnE following gentlemon have handed id their names as members of Mr. Chap man a Federal Eleotion Committee, with power t- add to thoir number:— W. Allan, H. Aloxander, W. Abbott, E. Abbott, 0. Andorson, 8. A. Anderaon. P. Batoman, G. Boardman, W. M. Board S^AT1, ™ M. J. Byrnoe, Jno. £o°tb, A. Blomquist, Jos. Booth, C. J. Cunningham, B, S. Davie, XDillon B. Ferguson, Wrn. Folland, Wi^Hibburd C. Biggins, B. Howard, T. Howard, E Honninge, W.Helpa. ol W. Hmdo, a. ? Q. HetheringtoD, Jno. Hughes, J. K. Horgonhan, B. Irving, J, E, Jaokson, Wm. Jauncey, E. Kirby, J. Kirby, B. Kirby, P. Kirbv, D. Keya, J. L. Lawaon, 0. Laeson, E. Lowe, Wo. JvJ,MAher' W Magner, T. 5JUAP«y- ^-mV,MAple8' Maples. M. MoCaflrey. P. McOuinnesi, A. McGnin ness, T. MoGuinnoM, J. McGuinnesa, J. McKinniary Alex. McDonald, W. A. McDonald, H. MoDonald, A. Nickle, Nolan. Jno Otton, Jno Ottoo (jun.) \\°v t'??'00, O'Neill, Wm. ONeill, E I. Pell, E. Press, P. Phillips, J. Piokard, W. Piokard, P....

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

CLIPPINGS A' i he ITnnii'bush fat stock sales on Monday, prices for I'oi'.i sheep und cattle declined. The Prince Edward Han licap of £2000, at the Manchester meeting, was wnn by The Grafter. Tho German Empress at her dances mukng it n rule that thero shall bo uo waltzing. A ciiy shopkeeper whs lined £100 nt thu Wiitir Police Court for selling un-Customed tobacco. The Queeimlnnd Weather Bureiiu forecast fcr Netv South WhIos .1 continuance of the general ruins. Mr. J.'hn Glanvillp, n resident nf the Shoalhaven district fur over GO J firs, died nt N'writ on Monday. The Jewish year 5(iGl com menced on Mninliiy, when .special new year's services were held at the Synagogue. The Piislnmster-GiMieriil lias ap proved of the s'xpenny telegram rate being extended to the 8 iwral district. At Newcastle last week G-t.000 t'n» nf cual weie shipped, as com pare! with ijS,.S!)4 for the sumo week In.si year. The Premier intends this Rcssion to introduce le.i«lntifin Abolishing dual inemhi-r-diip in ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Grand United Order of Oddfellows. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

Grand United Order of Oddfel lows- ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. TnE town presented a gala appearance on Wodoosday on tho occasion of tho four teenth anniforaary of tho Evening Star Lodge, G.U.0.0 F. This Lodge i? a Tory much-olive body, and its aonual colebration makes tbo faot manifest in a striking manoer. Proviou* to tbo brotb ron lorming into lino ror mo marcn, mo socrotary, Bro. J. M. Leo, submitted tbo annual report, whioh sbowod that tho Lodge has no less than 197 benefit and eight honorary mombors, being a gain of 21 on tbo year, aftor allowiog for losses by oloaraneo, arroars, oto. During the year tbo funds increaned by £91 9j lOd, tho receipts being £517 9s 8d, and tbe expondituro £425 18s 9d. Tho siok pay amounted to £99 3s 4d, aod medical benefits to £181 18s 9d. Tbe aooumu* lated foods total £5G9 2s lOd, and tbo funeral fuod of tbo distriot to £6014 4n 7d. Tbe total worth of tbe district branches at tbe ond of last yoar was no less tbau £15 309 I Is 3d. giving an avor age o...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

CATHOLIC. Sunday, 90tb— Bega, 0. .Candolo, 11 JO T, IiARHBTT, P.P.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Parliamentary Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

Parliamantary Talk. .Slutcv callwl Mil'f-r, of Onnnm, h ►k-iiilt in thn AU'Ciiiniy the oilier iiikIh. jMilim r-*|i lioil tlidl S' urt'y wan a l»M-lid olil hinn»r, iin-! when c»II«d M-'iii t' a|Hilnaise hiIJimJ iimult to in j'i-y hv Niyinif liin ronark w»m IihII t'lii. Hi any rs'e — Siori-y was Imld l-i-ii'led. Nortun hccuw ri-i t«ifi nirmhprn ot I'.iliHiiiBiit of friqiiHiitini( tin* '?W'inJ Clii -,' n notori'iiiH linn«o of ill-faniH in Hi- limirt of iIih city. Whilst the Medical Bill waR nndur iliiiciiHaion in t hi- Assnmlily lusi week, Mr. Norton tnlil of a niiiorioux quack iiHitied Botirrll wli.i, acconliiij; io liin own H»ii|,'nce on oitli, uni*d to mix lor all coiii|il»inlH nni- common iuo-l ciiin in u largo tub or lnictct wi'h h Iiiiiu |ioIh. That ma'i was a tmdtir befoto hu luudfd in Mflhiiutnp, wheio he wan a servant to a quack. He afterwards c*mn to Syilnov, and adled houso to house and field lo field, drovn nhoiu with a i-or* gftiUH equipa-'p, had a b-aut.ful au'»ur bnn vil...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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THE BALL [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

THE BALL at night was a crowning saocess, being a most pleasant funotinn. and attended by over 80 oouples. Tbe decorations were on a lavish scalo, flags, banners, greenery, and ombloms of tbe Order being most tastefully arranged. Messrs. Boardman, Dorrington, and Britten were responsible for the decorations and the state of tbe floor, and tbey excollod themselves. The nafarinO «m rinnA hv ttlA l&Hia* nt »kn Lodge, the tables being under Mrs. Law eon's oare, and this lady earned high praiso for tbe stylish manner in whioh the tables were deoo rated, all sorts of fancy devioea being manifest, Bro. U. Gildea was M.O., and with musio by Messrs. Hardaker, Qreeo, MoL*an, and Mrs. Magner, everything* went with a merry awing. Amongst tbe ladies pre* sent our eye caught tbo following Mrs Lawson— groon fancy muslin, tximmod laco and pink roses Mre G Twyford— blaok satin, trimmed lace, pink ribbon '»nd poppies Mrs Kollond-rblaok figured luntro, jot and laco trimmings , v Mrs Dayle — wh...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

pARmn or kamkruka Sondajr, 80th— Tantiwangio, 11, H.O. Caodelo 7^0 J. A. NEWTH, U.Ah Roctor

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

DON'T WASTK YOUR HOSKY ON DOCTORS, TAKK Webber's VITADATIO, I'l WILL CURK YOU. ' A CASE OF PARALYSIS. Numerous remedies tried without avail. 'VITADATIO' given a trial now STRONG and HEALHY* and life worth liv ing. Sterling Ea-t, S.A., 4th May, 1900. Mb. S. A. Palxbr — Dear Sir, —If is with plea-ur^ I testify to tho great benefit I hate receive*! through tue use of VITADATIO. Prior to two years* ftgo I was a strong and nctivo man, iu robust health, and enjoying the physical exercise incidental tn my occupa tion, when suddenly I became conscious of u pon-eptible failing in my powers, my hands and arms be.'an to lose their grip, my legs theft 'pringinem and ability to carry mt» about, aud a strange sense of weakuess per vaded my body. I rsisted theso sansationa, but without avail. I fought narJor and yet harder agninst them, but without suc cess. A numbness and deadne*s slowly but surely paralysed mo till at I ist I wan unable to move my hands ovon sufficiently to un button my vest or ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CO-OPERATION. MR. MCMILLAN'S ADDRESS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

CO-OPERATION. MB. McMILLA^S ADDRESS On Thursday night Mr. MoMillan, Managing Dirootor of tbe Farmers' Co operative Co. of N.S.W., dolivered an address oo Oo-operttion io the School of Arts. Probably owiog to tbo rawness of tho night only a few put io an appearance, the ball uot being half filled. Mr. Bland ooiupiod tbo cbair and introducod tbo looturor, stating that his politioal reputa tion was too well known to nood any oommendation from him. Mr. MoMillan, who was rqcoivod with applauao, a* a tod tbat he wished tbom to understand that bo oame before them on a distinotly business question io bis oapaoity as Managing Director of tho Farmers' Co-op. Co. of N.S.W. Ho ex* plained at some length bow bo became identified with tbe now Company upon tho winding up of the old Company, tbe ! details of which were matters of history. Some time ago tbe agents of a shipping firm consented, through hisinstrumeotaU ity, to strengthen their servio* by tbe ad dition of refrigeratiog- appliances for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

A. B. Baumbbbo, from Sydney, riaita iue Beg* Ditlriot regularly every three mootfaa with ? grind selection of newest jewelry.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

Special Advertisements. j F. A. ORMISTON, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, CAEP-8TBBET, 33 EGA., (©? AKAltliY OI»l*OSITK l'«S'r Ofl'MIM BEOS to announoo tlmt bo hiw on^nged »h MANAGER of liin Ci I KM ISTR*) 15US1NKSS, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), (Lttto ManiRor of Loading K«tubli»li incuts in Sydnoy anil Ooulburn.) llAVINO ADDED EXTENSIVELY TO 1IIS STOCK, Jio in in a position to SUPPLY THE WANTS OF CUSTOMERS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Comi(r)' Orilera promptly attended to. {^r- SPECIAL CA11E GIVEN TO ORDERS BY TOST. J^ENTISTKY MR, ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP-8TRKKT, IllCOA, Opposite School or Arts. CROWN AND 11RIDOE WOllK A SPECIALITY. J-jEN TISTRY F. G. IIEADY DENTIST. Permanent AMrutw: — CAl'P-ST., QEGA. ILLAWARRA STEAM NAVI GxVTlON COMPANY. A STEAMER WILL LKAVK 3YDSEY every MONDAY and WED NESDAY, at noon EDBX every WEDNESDAY at 9 a.m., and SATURDAY, 0 a.m. MBRl.UBULA. ovory WEDNKSDAY, at 9.30...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS 8YDNEY. Fridav. A terrible fiooidotxt ocourrod ftt tho Cobar gold mine. Qevoral hundreds of tons of earth collapsod, John Nichols and John McLaughlin boing killod instantly, whilst sovon othora wore iojured. Tho Premier has roco/vod n oablo from Uapetown, sitting tho following casualties nmongat tho NW South Walos Buahmon Oaptain Ryrio and Privates F. J. Edrauod and A. H. Foes, severely woundod ; Corporal F. Rose and Privates A. J. Johnston and E. Darnley slightly woundod. Tho Uouso Bat till fivo this moroiog disounsing the Early Oloaiog Bill. It was resolved to allow tho employees as well aa tho employers of tho country a vote to decide what day shall be a half-holiday. The clause in rogard to tobao onlst shops was omitted. Those nainhli'shmanfa ? ? ? h..««..«Uu4«uh buuruiore remain up«u until eleven ; it was deoidod that tho word 'closed' be defined bb being closed against admission of tbo public. Tho Upper Houoo has agroed to tho Lodger Vote in the Sydney Corpora...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 29 September 1900

At the present juncluro the religious atmosphere is surcharged with disturb ances ot more than ordinary nature as the rrsult of injudicious and, to say the least, uncalled for condemnatory commentB npon the members of the Protestant Faith by a dignitary of the Church of Roino. The rpsnlt nf fhia unfortunate faux pirn has beon that all the old rancorous dregs that polluted t'te cup of religious olnrance have been stirred afrttnh, anil the opposing ! furces arfl up in arms. Kverything points to the fact that the harmony formerly filiating aniongsi the various religious denominations has received a blow that has thrown the local religious world into what promises to be nothing but irreconcilablo discord. At any time such a condition of ufiairs would be considered in tho light of a national calamity ; bat thn whole business is particularly unsavory and inopportune at the present date on account of the fact that the people are about to enter upon what is regarded hh the most im portant e...

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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

orrtCE boobs. Post Office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m, Oo Sunday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Daily delivery, Sunday oxcepted, by lotter earlier within the municipal area ; oarrier loaves office at 8 a.m. Telegraph office open from 9 a.m to 8 p.m., Sunday excepted. Money Order and Savings Bank Offices op*n from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (Sunday copied), and -n Saturday the 8avings Bank is open from 7 to 8 p m for tho re. ceipt of deposits only. Private boxes, fee, one guinea per annum, payable in advauoe, may b« obtained on ap plication at offlco, enabling boxholders to get thoir mail any day, and at any, hour. Lottoi pillar, Newtown cleared at 6 p.m JA3 W. McOOTCHEON, Postu-a*ter.

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MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

mails clob* pon Sydney (ovorland) via Cooma, daily, Sat* urday excoptod) at 0 p.m., sharp. | Sydney (por stoamer) Wednesday and j Saturday, 8.30 a.m., whon atoumors are tunning. Goulborn. Cooma, Nimitybelle and &fanaro district, jBomboka And Numhuggn Jaily, (Saturday excepted) at 9 p.m., sharp. Buaidwood. Araluon, Moruya, Cobargo, Quaama, and Brogc, daily (Saturday ex cepted) at 9.30 p.m. Tathba and Brickyards, Recoiving OfSco, Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30 a.m. Towamba Timbillica, Uocky Hall* Wynd. ham, (via jc^auibala), Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday at 0.30 p m. Rden, Pambula, Wolumla, Merimbula (Saturday excepted) at 9.30 p.m. For Merimbula, via Jollat Jellat, Thurs. day at 9.30 p.m. ( Cakdelo, Mogilla, Fumernka, Kanooua. daily at 9.30 p.m, Tanja (Nelson's), Wapongue, Tuesday and Friday, at 9.30 p.m. Ulladulla, via Tathra, Saturday, 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 — 3 October 1900

ICegn Post Offlcc Time Table {Corrected to JA .uiry II, 1 000.) MAILS ARIUTE PaOU Sydney, overland, via Cooma and Bern boka, daily, (Sunday oxcepted) 11.30 p.m. 8YPNXY, per Aoamer, Tuesday and Thurs day, time unoertain. BraiDwooD, Araluen, Moruya, Bodalla, Cobargo, Qnaatua, Brogo, daily Sunday oxcepted), at 7 p.m. Goulbcbn, Cooma, Nimitybelle, Monaro district, Bemboka and Numbugga daily, (Sunday excepted) 11.30 p.m. Tathba and Brickyards Receiving Office Tuesday and Thursday, timo uucertain. Ulladulla (via Tathra) Thursday, per steamer, timo uncertain. Cakdelo, Mogilla, Kam&ruka, Kanoonn. daily, at 8.30. p.m. Towamba, Timbillica, Rocky Hall, Cath cart, Wyndham, (via Pambula), Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 p m, Eoxv, Pambula, Wolumla, and Merim bula, daily Sunday excepted at 8 p m. Merimbula, viaJellat Jellai, FridayatT p.m Wtbdham via Candelo, Snnday and Wed nesday at 8.30 p.m. Takja iNelson's), and Wapengue, Wed nesday and Saturday, at G p.m. Bombala, Cathcart, Delega...

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The Wolf and the Balloon. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

The Wolf and the Balloon ?'Thk sloep of tho labouring man is sweet, whether ho oat little or much,' says tho proverb It depends upon tho ocndiiion uf hi* digestion, and tho charactor of his last meal for the day. Observation mIiowh that certain forms ot dyspepsia aro even moro common among labouring mon. moaning tho*o whoso work is chiofly of tho hands and largely out of doors, tlmn nmnnrr _i ? ? life more easily. ??JVI.otbcr I ate littlo ormuch I frit blown out like a balb'ti, nnd oxieedini'ly uncom fortable,' says Mr. W. 11. Johnson. Tl,i„ gentleman is a stationer, doini? business at tfs WAbCrC°mb'0 Mreot' llcdfen,t Sydnoy, His ailment wus just whnt ho calls it in his statement of November 10th, 18'J9— incipiont indigestion. And, too, tho fiict is worth noting: that ho was blown out with the same substauoo whioh swells » balloon — gaa; manufactured by a slightly different process. Taken into the stomach, food must either digest and pots on its way, or fermont and create gas and ot...

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

OATUOLIC Snnday, 7th— Candelo, 9. Bfca, 1130 Sunday, Hth— Bega, 0. Candclo, 11.80 Bunday, iilsj— Bcmboka, 11 Sunday, ffltU— Candulo, 0. Beya, 11.80 T. HAHVKTT, 1\P.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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A Costly and Valuable Kiss [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

A Coatly and Valuable Kiss A MAN' named Winch, a butcher of Sydney, some timu ago took the lii-eily of kissing hstidn'ine gir wlio was one of his ciistomeis She losett'ed the ttHVoni, and Winch was prnseciPed, H« was hnnl heavily by the iiingisl rates, and long'hy notices of the case appeared in the press. The public!)} given tn the ptoceedings happened to attract the notice of a lir n of solicitors in Sydney, who Itud been appointed trustees ol certain property which hud been left to Winch by h distant relative some years ago, the solicitors, up to then, having been iinnblu to find any trace of the missing heir. Winch was communicated with by the firm, and having duly established his identity, becsmetho identity of u snu^ little fortune. Tne bulter which won the Vic torian Government prize for the Berry factory at the recent show in Melbourne scored 97 points out of a possiblo hundred when put into cold store, and a similar number of points when judged seven weoks later. For flavor...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

PRESBYTERIAN. Bega, every Sunday at 11 and 7.90 Oandolo, tho First Sunday o( each month at 8 Wolumla, tho Bocond Sunday of oacli Month at 8 Katnernka,the 3rd Sunday in cach month at 8 Brogo, tho Fourth Sunday of cncli Month at 8 Choir Practioe at 8 p.m. ovcry Friday. M. KIHKI'ATIIICK, B.A.

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