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G.U.O. Oddfellows. SYDNEY DISTRICT ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
CI.U.O. Oddfellows. SYDNEY. DISTRICT ANNUAL MEETING: Tiie annual meeting of the Sydney District Grand United Order of Odd fellows was held at tho . Oddfellows' Hall, Castloreagh-street, on Thurs day night, Bro. A. E. Jouglilin, Dis trict Master, being in tho chair. There were delegates present repre senting over G000 members, this being the largest district of tho Order in New South Wales. The district officer's report for tho year ended December 31, 1905, showed a satisfactory state of affairs The statement of liabilities ancl assets of both funeral funds and contingent fund showed a worth of £17,671; the contingent fund alone retaining a balance of £30 3s 2d from an income of £934. The hall fund gave a profit of £27. Tho re turns from lodges showed a nominal roll of 6476 members, which, with a few returns not yet received, in dicated an increase of 190 members. This increase was not so much as was wished, but it was not pointed out that,* with tho prospects of re viewed commercial...
Byron Bay Jockey Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
Byron Bay JoeJiey Club. ANNUAL MEETING-. The annual meeting in connection with the Byron Bay Jockoy Club was held on Thursday last. There were about 200 persons present, in cluding a fair sprinkling of ladies. Visitors were present from the Tweed, Brunswick, Richmond, and Clarence Rivers, and from Brisbane. 1' our toen bookmakers were on the field, and the days sport throughout was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The coursc was very heavy, but that was about the only drawback, and all things considered, the day was very successful indeed. The following are the results : Opening Handicap of 6 furlongs : Koran, 9-5, 1; Dean Swift, 8-11, 2 ; Volcano. 6-10, 3 ; Doubtful, Crusheen, and Playboy also started, Crusheen was left at the post, and for a time the race was between Dean Swift and Volcano, but Koran caught up near the bottom of tho straight, and won by half a length. Time 1.28. Local Hack Race of 6 ' furlongs : Nameless, 8-4, 1; Bumblebee, 7-0, 2; Nightingale, 5IO-2, 3. Paleface, El le...
Dan Barry's Dramatic Co. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
Dan Barry's Bramatic Co. The production of the RussoJapa nese military drama, ' Tho Prisoner of War,' by Dan Barry's Dramatic Company to-night (Saturday, Feb. 3rd), at the School ' of Arts, should arouse considerable interest amongst playgoers. The chief incidents of the drama, which aro most exciting and thrilling, are supposed to take place in localities close to the seat of the great martial struggle recently raging in the Far East. Scenes of battle,, military pageants, and other features of the war aro strongly in evidence; Just n6w the play is focussing the interest of play-goers in tho old country, and if all that is reported be true, it must be a drama of strong construction and of tho most profound human interest. From all accounts it is a play which grasps the attention of the audience from the moment the curtain rises until it descends on the final tableau, des cribed as one of the most intense dramatical situations conceivable. There is not a dull moment in the piece, and...
Sydney Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
Sydney Notes. [By H.A.R.] A meeting held in the Town Hall recently, to endorse the action of tho State Parliament in connection with the Federal Capital Site and to con sider a number of other vague in justices alleged to have been perpe trated by the Federal Parliament on N. S. Wains, was reallv a, ' fenler' as to whether any influential men were in favor of secession. The whole thing was an absolute frost, notwithstanding that the Sydney press tried to boom it. Looking at the list of elderly gentlemen who were prominent in that movement, the failure is not surprising. Of course there was the usual letter of advice from tho only McMillan. Even friend ?' Snorting' was put for ward as a speaker, and in the com pany of all these highly respectable gentlemen. The wily John has ever been an opponent of the federal union ; still we find him rubbing slionldcrswitli the respectable elderly gentlemen who disclaim any inten tion of attemjiting to break up the federal union. All manner of vag...
BRITISH CONSUL GAROTTED. OUTRAGE BY FRENCH SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
BRITISH CONSUL GAHOTTED. OUTRAGE BY FRENCH SOLDIERS. I Five foldiers of the 22nd Colonial Regiment, which Is stationed at Hyeres, attacked and robbed the British Consul, Mr Sadler, and Dr. .and Mrs Rooke Ley on Wednesday last, 22nd November. All three -were garrotted, thrown to tho ground, kicked, and threatened with a revolver. They were robbed of gold 'watches and the lady's jewellery. Dr. Rooke-Ley wan rendered unconscious. The attack on Mrs Rooke-Ley. was particularly savage. After being garrot ted she was kicked as she lay on the ground. The scene of the robbery is a road leading from the golf links to the hotels. Tho barracks are situated on this road, and similar outrages have occurred previously. The military appear to be doing littlo to traco the offenders, while the police declare that It Is a military matter. Tho military authorities have actually ad vised strangers not to go out after nightfall. ? ? There lsjscarcely any Indian problem which is jfot largely a matter of m...
Presentation to Mr. A. C. Alcorn. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
^^Presentation to Mr. A, C, t v ? Alcorn.' -. 'fl A picnic was held at Byron Say on ' Friday last, - by tho' shareholders, . directors, and suppliers of the North Coast Co-operative Company, with tho object ot making a presentation t to Mr. A. C. Alcorn, one of the direc yeara chairman of the Board of Directors, in recognition of his ser — vices to 'the Company. Mr. W. H. Gray, chairman of the company, presided at the luncheon, and about 200 person's were present, including Messrs. S. R. Cooke, S. Armstrong, R. E. Cftmpball, W. G Renwick, J. B Kelly, 'W. J. Wheeldon, W. Bruce, i(E. S. and A. Bank, Byron Bay), A. 23. Browse, T. Temperley, J. Mac I, Jas. Graham, W. R. Baker, le Presentation to his ' recent was unable to vas represented :orn. Apologies mce were read Nicklin, T. G. [». Jamieson, G. v Johnston, all ting the object yal . toasts had -oposed, ' Our It was, he said, with mingled and regret — ? practically met a director who Dr the company a pleasure be 9 and snppliers it day...
When the Wicked Rise. Published by Special Arrangement. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK II. CHAPTER V.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
When the... Wieked Rise. PnbUslied toy Speoial irsangement, A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. ...By:... Frederic (diddooison. [COPYRIGHT! BOOK II. CHAPTER V.- Continued. His Majesty's ship ' Hinemoa ?' a3ked Lasker, interrogatively. ' Yes, sir,' replied the coxswain. 'Be you the two gentlemen Lieutenant Madden is nxpecting ?' Both men replied in the affirmative, jumped into the stern of the dingey, and were soon being swiftly rowed back to the worship. ' VVliai S lueir game, wuuuoidu Loftus. ' I'll watch.' Swiftly the boat sped baok to the big man-'o-warsman, and the two passengers passed up the gangway. The sailors followed, and then the boat was hauled up into position on the boat deck. ' This looks as though Jacomb and Lasker had gone to pay a lengthy visit,' thought Loftus, 'probably they intend remaining for lunch. Anyway, now's my chance to finish the interview with Kathleen Butler — the interview which mine effeminate little friend Lasker so abruptly ter mina...
The Chicago Jewellery Co., [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
The Chicago Jewellery Co., Of 50 Queen Viotoria Markets, is quite a progressive Fanoy Jewellery establishment. They have how been before the Australian publio for many years, and eaoli year sees them keeping .pace with the new and novel ideas in Art Jewellery. Their leading line is mo cruui-wuu nuuiu, ur xuiuiai, Broooli, whioh seems to be as popular as ever. They have .quite a large assortment of bangles- brooches, rings, pins, sleeve links &c. Engraving of every description is also one of their speoial features. They usually make a very effective display at this time of the year, and a visit to their establish ment may mean a neat and attraotive present at a very nominan oost. They send their catalogue free to any. one applying for samo by postcard, or on personal application when visiting .tlie^Hy.: .
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
Presbyterian Church; , February First Sunday of month : Mullumbim bimby 11, Byron Bay 3, Spring Vale 7.30 Second Sunday of month : Myocum 11, Billinudgel 2.39, M'bimby 7,30 Third' Sunday of month: Bangalow 11, Spring Vale 2,30, Byron Bay 7.30 ./Fourth Sunday of month: Myocum 11, Main Arm 2.30. M'bimby 7.30 Fifth Sunday of month ; Same as 4th k Rov. Richard Dill Macky
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
. - METHODIST CHURCH. Feb. 4 — Bangalow 11, Coorabell 2, MuIIumbimby 7.30 (Ucv. W Pearson) ; Wilson's t^reek 11, Myocum 7.30 (Mr J. Crossman)\ Tuosday 6th, MuIIumbimby Creek ; Wednesday 7th, Wilson's Creek ; Thursday SfcLt, Coorabell ; Friday 0th, Main Arm (Rev C. J McAuloy Fob. 11 — MuIIumbimby 11, Byron Bay 3, Bangalow 7.S0. Tyagarali, Monday, 12th. Feb. 18 — Byron Bay 11, Myocum 2.30, MuIIumbimby 7.30 (licv, 0. J. MacAulay) ; Crabbe's Crook 11, Billinudgol 2.30 (Mr J. Crossman) ; Bangalow 7.30 (Mr P. Todd). Feb. 25 — Crabb's Crook 11, Billi nudgel 2.30, Myocum 7.30 (Rov. C. J. MacAulay) ; Byron Bay 11, Ban galow 7.30 (Mr S. V. Austin)
No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
One of the chief essentials to the development of a place is a means of access for settlers to get their pro duce to market, and tliis is a matter which is engaging the attontion of settlers in the locality between Goonengerry and Cooper's Creok. From what we can gather, the nat ural outlet for that part is MuIIum bimby, but owing to the fact that there is no convenient or practicable means of access to that town, trade is diverted in another direction, viz, via Binna Burra to Lismore. Some of tho settlers in that locality arc cxercising themselves in the matter, and are endeavouring to get a direct road opened up between there and MuIIumbimby, so that the products of thatrpart may find their way into thoir natural channel. At present, cream and all produce has to be Gon veyed a distance of ten miles.to Binna Burra railway siding, from whenco it is conveyed to Lismore, iiistead of finding its way, as it should if tliero were an accessible road, to MuIIumbimby. Tho road proposed trav...
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
Sporting. The billiard match between Weiss and Mitchell, 16,000 up, has been drawn Mitchell being 15.882 and Weiss 15,832. Weiss made two big breaks — 495 and 439. ?A deposit, of £!}(-0 011 behalf of George towns has been made in Lou don to bind him down to a match for a stake of £600 with Dttrnan, the Canadian champion' at Toronto. There is a suggestion in cycling circles that J, Arnst, the great New Zealand road cyclist, should be sent to represent the Commonwealth in a road race from Paris to Milan (It aly), a distance of 800 miles. It is claimed that the event would suit Arnst., who is one of the finest road riders in the world. The Lismore races on Anniversary Day, resulted as follows : — Opening Handicap : Trick 1, Foreman 2. Trial Stakes : Clarice 1, Almoda 2. Royal Handicap : Bareela 1, Crush een 2. Anniversary Handicap : Ker rong 1, Coraki 2, Bira 3. Time Handicap Trot: Harold Prince, 50 sees, behind, 1 ; Trooper. 10 sees, be hind. 2. Hack Race : Reflection 1, Greeboy 2. We...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
vwHslsiiiS/ 342, 344, 346, SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY, ^ And at Edward Street, Brisbane. J Boiler- makers, Dairy and Refrigerating Engineers. SI AliiUJ 'ALrA*-LAVAL VCRTICAI, ' ''HORIZONTAJ,1 «gFRISeRATIN®t I Crcam Stcam Steam HmuIMCRW I Sipaw ATQug, ftoiutna,. ggiu&n^. ? i ===== SOLE AGENTS FOR THE ===== I ' ALFA-LAVAL ' Cream Separators. I Sole Australasian Agents for J 'STANDARD' MARINE OIL ENGINES aja for ~ Yaehts , Launehes, and Working Boats, & J OIL ENGINES IN STOCK FOR ALL PURPOSES. V. i STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, IRRIGATING PLANTS. \ Local Agent — F. A. ROW. MuIIumbimby, 1 The ^ The Genuine I I I ? I ' The LIPP PIANOS are the leading Pianos of German B ? manufacture. Tliev have beeri in use all overArtts- — R ? tralia for over 40 years— long enough to prove M H PLEASE Lipp Pianos have been imitated. If h ? NOTE. you want the Genuine Lipp, yoii can . Kj I procure same only at Paling's. ? ? We stock five models of these' celebrated Pianos.- 1 ' H Please remem...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
General News. Speaking at the Railway Insitute Mr. Fehan, Railway Commissioner, said lie was not one of those who believed in a lot - of men banding Hkthemselvcs together to try and coerce Hnoployers. He believed in individ HHLm, in everyone striking out for R, and everyone w&o did that, lad the necessary knowledge -ady, must rise in the world, truth were known Mr, Felian ot owe his present position to his own individual effort, ;li other individuals may have big hand in securing it for * * the New South Wales Banks, le exception of the Australian ifcock, have now issued their ly averages. It is already redent that the increase in. the deposits during 1§05 was exception ally great. The returns now to hand show increases of £2,124,000 in the -current accounts and £1,739,000 in the deposits at interest, making the'' total increase £8,853,000 as compar ed with the corresponding averages in 1904. * * Through careful culling the Danes get a return on the' average of BOOlbs, of bu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906
HMHIK?, FEBRUARY 9th, 190S. HBHKTna fide Clearing out Sale AT MYOCUM. V TOO Head of Cattle, L Horses, Plant, &c. Mr. A. Fleming's Champion Dairy _ Herd. JOHN ELLIOTT & CO. and T. GILLARD (in conjunction) have received instructions from Alex. Fleming, Esq., of Myocum, to sell by v r. public auction, at his residence, on J February. 9, 1906 — the day ' after Alstonvillo Show, The whole of his Choice Dairy Herd, Farm, Implements, &c. as under : ~51 Extra Choice Cows, in full profit 6 A1 Sprinping Cows 9 Choice Heifer Poddies s ? ? 4 Bull Poddies, on bucket Young Bull, by Champion, a real beauty 1 Excellent, Bull, 4 years 1 Pafr good substantial Plough Horses, any trial. $ 1 Splendid Buggy . and Saddle Mare 3 Pure Berkshire Sows, in pig 8 Fat Pigs, fit for market 1 Purebred Tamworth Boar, 1 yr. _ ^ - old T ? 50 Pairs Fowls 1 Spring Cart, nearly new, carry 15 cfins 1 Sidling Plough ') - 1 Stanley Plough 1 Scuffler p 1 Set of Harrows ,2. 1 Set Wooden Harrows b 1 So...