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LADDER BURGLARS CAUGHT. EXCITING EIGHT HOURS' HUNT. FLIGHT ACROSS ROOFS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

LADDER BURGLARS CAUGHT. EXCITING EIGHT HOURS' HUNT. FLIGHT ACROSS ROOFS. 'Make an attempt to get away and I'll fell you: drop that bag.' The speaker was a constable; the person addressed a sturdily-built man who had dropped from a ladder depending from the Char terhouse Bulldincs. at the corner of Clerkenwell and Goswell roads. The hour was half-past ten on the 17th No vember. The constable had sauntered' iloihj Clerkenwell road from the junction of^s! the three thoroughfares, traffic having thinned off to an occasional omnibus, ? when he saw a man slip down into Forester's Hall place. The policeman en tered the dark, narrow entry, and was just in time to see a man drop from the end of the long ladder bearing In his hand a heavy bag. Above him on the ladder could be seen indistinctly three other men hurriedly descending. Draw ing his truncheon and springing on the man with a brief warning, the eon- ' - stable grasped him securely. The police man's position was perilous. Had all desc...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

HnHpffar Fortnfghtly Sales P^TURDAY, 16th FEBRUARY 07, At the Market Yards, Mullumbimby, at 2 o'clock. JAS. PARRISH will submit to auc tion, on account various owners — Mixed Dairy Cattle Horses Furniture of all descriptions - And Sundries ' THE Sale of the Season, Thursday, 21st, Feb., '07 Commencing at 12 o'clock sharp. 320 Head. 320 Head. Extra Choice and well-bred Stock. Great chance for Dairymen, Breed ers, aud Speculators. JAS. PARRISH and R. C. EWING (in conjunction), have been favored with instructions from Messrs. Walkor Bros, to sell by public auction, at the larm, BiVinudgel, on Thursday, 21st February, 1007, commencing at 12 o'clock ?harp, The Whole of the above Stock, as under — 100 Dairy Heifers, just calved, and very forward 100 Backward Heifers, splendid quality 50 Heifers, 12 to 18 months... - 60 Steers, 12 mouths to 2/yoars 1 Team 16 bullocks, v.iiggon and gear J) Pairs farm bullocks 2 Draught Horses, broken in 1 Draught Filly, unbroken - 2 Light Harness Horses 2 D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

Pianoforte Teaching. Miss Alma White IS prepared to receive Pupils for the Pianoforte Theory and Praotice thoroughly ttaught. Pupils prepare for Trinity Colle'ge iExaminations. Terms on aplication. DAWN BROTHERS, Architects and Builders, (Lato of Sydney) 'TTjrriSfl to notify 'the -public that W they have started in Business ;in Mullumbimby in the above line. No fees charged for plans, etc. if. -the Building is erected 'by the fir-m. All work faithfully performed, and idono in a thoroughly tradesmanlike ?manner. Charges -modorate. , Temporary-. Premises — Late *' Star1' ?Office, Burringbar-8treet. DAKIN BROS/^' ©wilder & Architect. Chas. Speer WISHES to notify to the public of Mulhimbimby and district, that , the has 'commenced business here in the =above line. C.S. has had wide experience on the . ?South Coast -and in the Western 'dis- : ttriots, an ican guarantee the Utmost Satisfaction in all branches of the .trade. Plans prepared and estimates given, (Charges moderate. ' ...

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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

R. C. Church. Sunday, 3rd Feb — Bangalow 8.30 a.m, and 7.3Q p.m ; Mullumbimby 11 a.m. Tuesday, 6th — Tyagarah, 9.30 a.m, Mr. Mailer's.) | Sunday 10th — Byron Bay 6 a.m | Bangalow 11 a.m ; and 7.30 p.m. j Ash Wednesday, 13th — Bangalow, 9 | a.m. j Rov. M. P. Walsho,

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Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

Religious Notices Clio It CH OF ENGLAND. 1st Sunday of Month — Byron Bay 8 a.m. (n.c.), Myocum 10.30, Billi nudgel 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 Byron Bay Parish Services. 2nd Sunday — Bangalow 11, (H,C) Coorabell Croek 2.15, p,m (School of Arts) Byron Bay 7.30 3rd Sunday: Mullumbimby 11 a.m (h.c.), Tyagarah 2.80, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Sunday: Byron Bay 11 (ir.c.), Cooper's Shoot 2.30, Bangalow 7.30 Rev A, W. Coates

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

Miscellaneous. J. Ramsay Macdonald, a British Labonr M.P., who recently visited Australia, says this country is ' a land of vastness and of Bolit&ry and mournful men. The Ndksiso Mother. — Who uses Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules not only keeps her own stomach perfectly regulated, but imparts the glow of health to the cheek of her babe. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are mild but infallablej For sale by Bennett & Sons. At the recent Federal election, an elector at Moruya wrote across his ballot paper (bearing the names of Chapman and Longmnir) : ' I know one too long, and the other not long enough.' This does not come np to a Warialda elector, who wrote on the Senate ballot paper, ' They're a d ? bad lot.' Mr. Thomas Garvin, Inspector General of Police, while stepping oft a train fell and broke his thigh. It is thought he will be laid up for six months. He thinks the train moved as he alighted. Mr. Kneeshaw, Sup intendent of Tramways, says it appears that Mr. Garvan...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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DOOMED WOMEN'S DESPAIR. PENNED IN A SINKING STEAMER. FACES AT THE CABIN WINDOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

DOOMED WOMEN'S DESPAIR, PENNED IN A SINKING STEAMER. FACES AT THE CABIN WINDOWS. The steamer Dlx (wrote the Washing ton correspondent of the 'Daily Mall' on 19th November) has been sunk in col lision with the Jennie, in Pyt'f Sound, 41 persons being drowned, it . jOIx car ried 80 passengers and crew. . (. Captain Lermon, of the Dix, told the story of the disaster on his arrival here. He was shaking with cold, and his eyes were dilated with the horror of his ex ])erie'nces. 'We were running,' he said, 'at tho usual speed about two miles north o£ Alki Point. The water was like a mill-pond. The mate was at the helm. I had seen the lights of a steamer on the starboard quarter some time before, but paid no attention to them. I Went be low to collect the fares, and when I was 'V in the ladies' cabin I heard the bell slg- ~ - nal to stop. I rushed forward to see what was the matter, and Just as I got on deck I saw the bow of a vessel loom i up. .. 'Almost instantly it struck us. The jibboo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

Iu the trial of W. N. Willis, on the charge of fal9e pretences, the jury, after deliberating three hours, returned a verdict of not guilty. The accused was bound over to answor a charge of forging and uttering. Weak Backs. — The weak spot in many men aud women is the back. It giveH out beforo tho other part of the body. Its gets tired and aches terribly after a day's work or night's pleasnre. A'tired, weak back, pulls ..-a person right down and renders life, miserablo. Tho . kidneys are often supposed to be. the cauije, but' usually the muscles and tonsbns in the the ' fiack havo beon strained. Dr. Shel don's Magnetic Liniment is the ; proper and only permanent remedy. Rub it into the pores of the back, and a fooling of renewed strength and vigor will corns immediately, and a few such treatments will_ fix y-ju up all right. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment takes out sot-eness and in flammation. It invigorates and f.-eshens all muscular tissues. It con tains ingrediouts that you never...

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PREMIER AS STORYTELLER A BOOK BY CLEMENCEAU. SOME OF HIS SKETCHES. THE HUMAN BEAST OF BURDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

PREMIER AS STORYTELLER A BOOK BY CLEMENCEAU. SOME OF HIS SKETCHES. TIIE HUMAN BEAST OF BURDEN. M. Georges Clernenceau, the Prime Minister of France, has been for many years one of the most interesting figures in European politics. 'Decidedly pleas ing' Mr Gladstone — then himself a Prime Minister — found him at Cannes m 1883. when he had a conversation with the French Radical that was famous In its day. Just now, by reason of -the policy which he is pursuing, he attracts an especially large share of the world's attention. j M. Clernenceau is also a. dis- i tingulshed author and journalist. His last book, a colle tion of short stories, is entlt'.el 'Aux Embuscades de la Vie'— and the first edition of it was pub lished in 1903. It Is well named, since nearly all the stories in it are concerned with queer situations, and, queer characters, who hive sought or been driven to the outskirts, the last ditches, the hiding-places and the subter fuges of society. Some of the tales are audaciou...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

Sporting. The result of the all-comors acull race in Sydney was — S. Pearce, 25 _ sees., 1 ; R. Arnst, 35secs. 2 ; T. — Carter, 45 sees., 3. W. Fog well, 15 sees:, was sixth. -J Johnson, the American colored heavy weight boxing champion ia over 6ft. high and weighs 15st. He will probably box' Squires, Austra lia's best, for £1000. The Amerioan jumper, Heather bloom, who is to visit the London Show this year, has a . record of 8ft 2in. over bars in public, and 8ft 4in over bars held at the farm. The Lismore Caledonian Society had a debit balance of £182, but possesses assets, including a bowling green, valued at £717.| At the recent sports the gate takings were £165. Solution is top weight for the Newmarket Handicap with 9.12, Corroboree 9.7, Collarit 9.5. May King leads in the Australian Cup with 9.7, Dividend 9.3, Poisedon 9.1, Solution! 8.11 H. Hales, better known aa ' Yank,' the well known horse trainer, has returned to Casino. It is thought that he is probably desirous of add on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

. ENTER 1907. F. A. ROW, OF THE Brunswick Emporium, Tenders his Sincere thanks to his numerous Customers throughout the Brunswick River district for their liberal support during 1906. Such support will spur him on to still greater i ' efforts in future. Watch for new announcement in near future, and in the meantime accept best wishes for a prosperous New Year from F. F\. ROW, MULLUMBIMBY. Mttlfomfcimfcy Livery Statles R, C. Newport HAVING purchased the Livery Stable business lately carried on by Mr, W. J. McDonald, solicits a con tinuance of the support accorded the former proprietor. First-class covored-in Coaches, good horses, and careful drivers. Every ef fort will be made to cater for the com fort of patrons. Horses and Vehicle on hire, at strictly moderate charges. , A coach leavos Mullumbimby for Brunswick Heads every Sunday, at 10 a.m. Practical Bootmaking. Wm. Plummer, BEING a thoroughly practical man, is prepared to make to order ., Boots of every Dssgription, at the shorte...

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THE LADIES COLUMN. NURSERY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

THE LA9l?Sr COLUMN. NUBSERY NOTES. 'I never haiy jio doctor to raj children for such a trifle ahf jat,' Mrs D. keeps on telling mo, says, an /s^llah paper. 'I nursed my chMdren wUL ?{ /aeasles and whooping-cough, etc., without n-£octor, but In these days ? *' The blank ni 3 thn o.nd of her sneecli means that X am fcxiishly helpless and extravagant I to consult a fbctor about my babies. I would bite my tongyie rather than say it to her, but I can't help , wondering if she ever thinks of Iwo little graves in the cemetery. Hetty I)., *ho died of 'diphtheria, aged seven; nnd Wll 'red, who dte-d of gastric fever, aged two; and f she waited too long when they were ill he fore she sent for the doctor. I PROMPT TREATMENT iS EVERYTHING. I Of course, one should not be so silly ns to send for tho doctor for every trillc, but I have a great belief in taking things in time, especi- i ally if anything is wrong with the throat, | or In the case of gastric or bowel trouble. Prompt treatment is ever...

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THE "NEW" DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

THE 'NEW' DOMESTIC. Tlie servant girl who arrived at her new situation followed by a van containing her' piano must have a blood relation living. At any ra to, it la recorded that recently a lady said to her servaut Maria, in the half npoioRcuc way that tho 'v-nld has to be addressed— 'The fror dirty, Maria.' ) 'Yes, I know,' replied r girl says she von't wash1? comrs.' ' ] \ 'And what hnu her t»-* said the mistress, In so;- 'She fiays Bhe alwayaC Jogs with tho gold cloc* washes porches.' L

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FRUIT INDUSTRY IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

FRUIT INDUSTRY IN NEW ZEALAND. The Hawke's Bay district of New Zea land is well adapted for fruit growing, and large areas have recently been set apart for orchard purposes. The in dustry is progressing very rapidly at Hasting, which is about the centre of the district. This, states the Otago_ 'Wit- ness,' is partly owing to the fruit, partly to the new freezing works, and partly to the general prosperity. The Frimley Canning Factory is now busy canning peas as fast as possible, and they have been employing 200 women and girls for the picking alone. The demand for pre served fruits and jams has been so great that considerable additions are being made to the buildings and machinery. One hundred avid seventy-one people were employed throughout the whole of last fruit season. The following figures represent the past year's output of tho factory in preserved fruit and vege tables: — Apples, 50,000- tins; peaches, 70,000 tins; plums, 50,000 tins; peas, 24,000 tins; tomatoes, 10,000 tins;...

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THE DAIRY. COMPETENT BUTTER FACTORY MANAGERS NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

THE DAIRY. COMPETENT BUTTER FACTORY j MANAGERS NEEDED. Methods for improving the dairy in dustry are being suggested constantly. One that has not received the attention it deserves (writes the 'Canadian Dairyman') is that o£ the licensing or certificating o£ cheese and buttter mak ers. It has been decided in Ontario, as well as' in several of the other provinces, that cheese factories and creameries must comply with certain requirements or they cannot operate. It is just as . essential that cheese and butter makers shall be able to turn out a high grade product as it is that facory buMdings shall be kept in a cleanly manner. It happens too often that milk or cream reaches the 'factory In first-class condi tion only to be contaminated by being handled with dirty utensils and by in competent makers who do not know the first principles of personal cleanliness. The quality of the goods manufactured depends more on the cheese or butter maker than on any other Individual con nected with t...

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Dairy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

Dairy Motes. The weekly output of butter at the Tenterfield butter factory during^*^ the past fortnigt averaged five tons. Tho Bega Creamery Co., put ud a record for the Bix months ending December 31, the output being 351 tons butter. Moruya cheese factory paid SUp. pliers 4£d per gallon net for milk supplied during last month Conjola Co-operative Dairy Co., last half-year produced-21,4341bs of butter, the value of ? same being £998 19s 5d. Yatteyattah Dairy ' Company's output for tho half-year was £1236 17s 8d. Itchen Daisy 3rd, a Guernsey cow bred in England, has just completed a notable record in milk and butter prodnction. For the year ending September 30 last, she gave a total of 13,686,8 lbs of milk, averaging 5. 24 per cent, butter , fat, and yeild ing a total of 714.1lbs of fat. She has recently been sold for £800, the largest price ever paid for a Guernsey cow. Mr. W. C. Gray, of Mayburn Farm Pearces^ Creek, has unfortunately lost his fine cow, Jennie. From what we ( Northe...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

There is a tendency to decry the South Coast land, but it must not be forgotten that . some of the land there is equal to anything in Aus tralia. The trouble is there is not enough of it, and as a result rents aro absurdly high. Population of New Sonth Wales now 30,000 in oxccss of the million and a half. Outside the metropolitan In the ^tate^has been on the Rich mond and IVced, V ?' ?_ ? . . s '? ? ) '

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Pretty Cottage Residence. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

?Pretty Cottage Eesideace. | The cottage wliich has ' just been j completed for Mr. R. R. llclli-t, by Mesflrs, Sjioor and Selby is, iakou alto gether, tile nicest cottage that has yot been erected in Mullumbimby. both iu architectural design and finish. In its construction 28 distinct kinds of timbers havo been used, which gives some idea of the range of timbers that can bo sup plied by our local mill. The workman ship is of the very highest order, and all who have viewed it pronounce it to be an excellent job, everything fitting like a piece of cabinet work, and speaks for itself as to Messrs. fjpeer'and Selby's mechanical lability, The hall, drawing room, 'dining room, and two principal bedrooms are spirit varnished, whieh gives them quite a lustre, and shows out the grains of ?th.' wood prominently. All the doors, winch are also varnished, are of cedar, finished with patent looks and bronze furnishings, and patent fan sorn fanlight lifts. The varnishing and painting was done by ...

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The Coupon System. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

The Coupon System. This system has been made to loom large in the public eye just at present, and in consequence we have given the matter considerable attention from an impartial, and critical standpoint. Wo find that it is a method adopted by many traders in order to attract an increase of cash trade to their estab lishments — the idea being to give the person who pays cash on even such a small purchase as sixpence a discount on that amount. Now, as there is no coin of the realm sufficiently -small for this pur pose, a coupon or ticket is employed. Homo traders print their own tickots, and when a sufficient number have . been collected the customer can obtain a stated amount of cash or goods as - ? the case may be. Leading manufacturers of articles in daily use adopt the coupon system as a method of advertising to effect the sale of their goods. ? Soap manufacturers, on the return of a number of their soap wrappers, ? will give this or that article as a premium. Tea merchants do th...

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Death of Sir John See. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907

Death of Sir John See. Shortly before 4 o'clock on Thurs. - dijy afternoon Sir John See. M.L.C., ex-premier of New South Wales, died rather suddenly at his residence. ' Uara, Avoca sfc., Randwick. For the last three years Sir John did not enjoy the vigorous health ' , that characterised him previously^ and he gave up active politics in con^ - 6equcnce. A year or so ago he took a trip to Japan in search of health, and paid several visits to Japan for the same purpose, arid his wide cir cle of friends hoped that thereby he was restored to something like his old physical strength. ^Unfortunate ly several weeks ago, while motoring on the Blue Mountains, Sir John mot with a serious accident, which is sup posed to nave Hastened his death. It appears that a horse took fright at tho motor in which the ex-premier was riding on the front seat, and, as it swerved right in front of the car, the automobile had to be pulled up very quickly, the result being that Sir John was thrown out over the d...

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