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Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
Religious Notices CHURCH 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 Creek 2.15, p,m (School of Arts) Byron Bay 7.30 3rd Sunday: Mullumbimby 11 a.m (h.c.), Tyagarah 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Sunday : Byron Bay 11 (h.c.), Cooper's Shoot 2.80, Bangalow 7.30 Rev A, W. Coates
GIRL AVENGER'S EPITAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
GIRL AVENGER'S EPITAPH. The parents of a seventeen-year-old girl, Henrlette Ramcke, who early in December shot her employer, a merchant named Oetgen, and then committed sui cide, have published a defence of their daughter. They say lhat she was her father's pet and was a quiet industrious girl. She had ?the very best of testimonials from for mer employers, one nan oeen wim xierr Oetgen only for five months, and his cal lousness after betraying her under pro mises of marriage drove her to the deed. Extraordinary public sympathy was shown at her funeral, and the coffin, was hidden beneath wreaths and (lowers. On the silver plate of the coffin were the words, 'I have accomplished it.' (Ich babe es. vollbracht.)
A CHILD'S THANKS. "I LOVE YE." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
A CHILD'S THANKS. 'I LOVE YE.' It. is strange how different chil dren sometimes express their thanks Here is a lit'tle story of a small Scotsman of three years old to whom I once gave a coveted toy. He took it without a word, and turned away and began to wind it up. 1 took it gently back again, and. bonding over I said, ' Alec, what do you say to me ?' He merely s ared solemnly up at me and then at the toy — as tlio igh puzzling how to get it back. 'What are you going to say for that nice toy, Alec ?' I repeated. ' Are ? you pleas;«d ' Ay,' he npdded, still staring wistfully tip at the toy. ' Well,' 1 insisted, determined to teach him belter manners. '' And what are you going to say to me ?' I had to bend to hear the shyly uttered answer. ' 1 — love — ye,' he whispered., as he pleadingly held out a small, fat hand. — Rosalie Neish, in ' M.A.P.'
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH., Byron Bay charge. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
Presbyterian Church., Byron Bay charge. 1st Lord's Day Month — Mullumbim- by 11, Byron Bay 3, Springvale 7.30 2nd Lord's Day, do. — Myocum II. Main Arm 2.30, Mullumbimljy 7.30 3rd Lord's U)ay. do. — Bangalow 11, Springvaio 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Lord's Day— Myocum 11. Coora bell School of Arts 2, Mullumbimby 7.30 ; Springvale (Mr Marshall, preach er), 2.30 5th Lord's Day — Myocum 11, Main Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.20 ; Spring vale (Mr Marshall, preacher) 7.30 Rev. Richard Dill Macky
RANJITSINGHI'S CLAIM. THE CRICKETER'S CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
RANJITSINGHI'S CLAIM. TIIE CRICKETER'S CAUSE. All trickcU'i s must have -a lingering regard for ' llanji,' as he has bom called for so- long. 'J'he London 'Times' of 10th Kovem'- er thus champions his claim : — ' Nawanagar, the chiefship of which he- is now claiming, is a Statu lying on t.hj southern .shore of the Gulf of Cutch) abcut half-way, in a -tirnpt lino Iw.Ut-n ... n^Tiilmv nnrl Karachi. On tile map it looks s.iir,n, but, in reality, its area is not fa ? short of NLr.,folk and Suffolk com bined, with a population rather I s. than half as nuinoro.is as that o those two countries. Its gros? annual ? revenue is islimnted at som; L.150,000, it owns a short length of railway to the capital, and has several small soarort&. Tho State was founded, in lolO, by an offshoot of the .Inreja Rajput family of Cutch, undor the leadership of Jam Rawl, and ever since the title of .Jajii has been that of its rulers. Of its history during throo centuries after foundation nothing nee I ...
HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
FARE. Scallops of Cheese. — Required: Quarter of a pound of macaroni, two ounces of butter, half an ounce of flour, half a pint of milk, three ounces of grated cheese, salt, pepper, and cayenne, a few browned crumbs. Break the macaroni into pieces half an Inch long, boll it until tender in fast-boiling salted water;' then drain off the water and wash it in cold water to prevent the pieces sticking together. Next melt one ounce of the ?butter In a saucepan, stir in the flour smoothly,- then add the milk, and salt, pepper, and cayenne to taste. Stir this over the fire until it bolls, then put In the macaroni and half the cheese. Well butter some scallop shells, either natural ones or those made of fireproof china, fill each with grated cheese ar.d a few browned crumbs. . Bake them In the oven from five to ten minutes «ntil they are hot through and nicely browned nnd crisp on top. Then serve them at once, arranging the shells on a folded napkin. Madeira Cake. — Required: Six ounces of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
—GENUINE— Clearing-out Sale c . At Upper Burringbar, on . Friday, February 15th, 2 OX THE FARM. On account of A. MlNNAHAN, Esq. tho whole of. his Well-selected HERD. « 01 ? U For Positive Unreserved Sale, ^ At 12.20. Luncheon at 12 If J' AS, PAB1USH and P. SMITH and | bOiN', Auctioneers (in conjunction) ' have bebri favoured with instructions j from A, Minnahan, Esq., to sell by ] public auction, on Friday, February 15, ; commencing at 12.30, the whole of liis Choice Heril. as follows ; — 27 Cows, milking, all on tho first calf 36 Forward and backward Springers (From tho South Coast and Big Scrub) si 9 Poddy Hoifors ili ?1 Heifers, 0 months w 3 Steers, one 21 years old 65 Gallon Perfect Separator, Cream Cans, and sundries (X 1 Active spring cart Maro, 4 yrs., any trial g 1 Saddlo and bridle. Tornis at Sale, _ Also, on account E. S. Barter, Esq., immodi- ' ately after Mr. Minnehan's salo 50 Choice South Coast Heifers, forward and backward springers. T Bemoinber Friday next, at Upper ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
Pianoforte Teaching. Miss Alma White 18 prepared to receive Pupils for the Pianoforte. ' Theory and Practice thoroughly taught. ? Pupils preparo for Trinity College Examinations. Terms on aplication. - DAKIN BROTHERS, Rha .Architects and BttiMefs, sands trie T i+e 0| Sydney) ?tjHMHn^Miman beings to — of Chlntfifv the public that ^ exigencies trted 'in Business numbe1.4JOT.0 ?-;!, plans, if dej^ jted hy the firm. -yYTT.^faithfully performed, aad ?HF ' ,',a ' a thoroughly tradesmaulikc ? manner. Charges inodoratc. Temporary Premises — Late ?'Star' 'Office, Burriaghar-street. DAKIN BROS. Builder & Architect. Chas. Speer ?^CTCTliSHESitoiitffify to ilie public of ^ V Mullumbimby and district, that ? lie has commenced business hero in the abovo line. ? ' C.S. has had .wide -experience on the ' ? South Const and in the Western dis tricts, a® can guarantee the utmost i. ' satisfaction m all branches of the trade. ' Plans prepared and estimates given, Charges moderate. . Nonpareil Ba...
Social and Presentation at the Pocket. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
Social and Presentation at the Pocket. Mr. W. 'Perkins having sold /has farm at- the Pocket, and' being about, to take his departure for 'fresh climes, the residents, as a mark of their appreciation of him during his resid ence amongst them, tendered him and his family a social in the Pocket Hall on Friday night last, and pre sented him with a silver teapot, Tl,om urn o o V-irr ouivauij mouiutu. ''' » '?£, muster of the residents of the Pocket and Billinudgel presont, as also visitors from Main Arm and Mul lumbimby. * Dancing was freely in- ? dnlged in until midnight, the music . being provided byj Messrs McCalman and J. Hawkins (violin) and Miss Hawkins and Messrs Ubr and Perkins (piano). At 12 p.m. refreshments, which were prepared in Mr. H.' Couit's usual masterly manner, were served up, Miss North and Miss _ ' Bailey (Crabbe's Creek) being de serving of mention in connection with this part of the proceedings. , . -f After all had partaken of the good things provided, prior to re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
3O0RABELL SCHOOL OF ARTS j Thursday, February 28th. Benefit to Mr. Wm. Kennealy Who has beein incapacitated through illness. 44 Confusion,' :tagcd by Bangalow Dramatic, Society, and concluding with a Dance and Supper. Prices of admission — Dramatic Enter tainment, 2s and Is ; cliildron half price. Donee — Gentlemen 2/6. Ladies free. B. G. SKELTON, Hon. 'Sec. Managing Committee. Miss Drake, Late of Miss Hunter's, MILLINERS, Oxford-street, Sydney, T) ESrECTFULLY informs the public JCL of Mullumbimby that she has taken premises nearly opposite the Po»t Office, and two doors from Ross Wilmot's and opened with a good assortment of NEW SHAPED HATS, in Black and Burnt Straw, Etc., Also new Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons &o. Also in stock, White and Colored Underskirts, Underwear, Corsets, Laces, Fancy Belts, Infant's Hoods, Bibs. As I buy and sell for cabh I soil cheap Rfliss Drake, Millinery and Ladies Drapery Establishment, Nearly opposite Post Office, M'bimby Lismore Steam Monumenta...
The Byron Bay Jetty. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
The Byron Bay Jetty. Recently the District Council of; Progress Associations wrote to the ?Minister for Works urging the neces sity for the extension of the Byron Bay jetty for a quarter of a mile, and tho construction of a T end, and at their last meeting they received a letter iii reply which stated th(it the proposed extension of a quarter of a mile, 'and the construction depih from the present. 18 or 19 feet to about 26 feet, would be of no value and in consequenco it was considered that the outlay involved was not justifi able by the benefits that would be gained, and the matter would there fore stand over. ? Mr. French 'said a letter of similar importance had been received by the Bangalow Association. Ho thought that even two feet gain in depth would be a good deal, but the main question was the extra wharfage accommodation that would be avail able. He said the reply was only frivolous, and the Department over looked the growing importance of Byron Bay as a port. Mr. Latchem m...
Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
Presentation. Friday afternoon was the occnsion of a'pleasant little function at the office of our local saw mills. At the conclusion of tho day's business tho employees of Messrs Hollingworth and Mallet assembled at the office of the firm, and presented Mr. R. R. Mallett with a beautiful piece of Til nf p n.R n wnflflinfr nrfisfint. ( ^ n l f nil ! r inscribed^ together with an illumin ated address. Mr. J. I. Stewart, as senior omployee, in a neat speech made the presentation, and called upon Mr. W. Mallett to read the address. ' To Raymond R. Mallett, Esq. 'Dear Sir, — We, the employees of the firm of Hollingworth & Mallet, of which you are a partner, offer our hearty congratulations to you on the occasion of your marriage, nnd trust that Mrs. Mallett and yourself will be long spared to each - other, and that your wedded life will be a happy and prosperous one. ' As a mark of our respect and esteem, we beg your acceptance of this small token from your employees and which, ...
"CAPTAIN" OF KOPENICK. TRIAL OF THE SWINDLER. STORY OF HIS CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
'CAPTAIN' OF KOPENICK. TRIAL OF THE SWINDLER. STORY OF HIS CAREER. Wilhem Voigt,. she famous ' Cap tain of Ivopenick,' was put on his trial before the Second Provincial Tribunal of Berlin on .the 1st De cember. The Berlin correspondent of the London Daily 1 olograph says that as was only to be expected, the case attracted an enormous crowd of eager sight-seers, and the court-room was crowded to its fullest capacity long before tho hearing was com menced by the bench of five judges, sitting without a jury. i All the i-riiicipal actors in this me morable comedy were present in court, including tlio Burgomaster, ! Pr Langerhans, and the town cashier, together with the nine Guardsmen who were so skilfully utilised by Voigt in carrying out his great coup. Tho appearance of these mon in court was the signal for a pro- . longed outburst of laughter, and it needed all the discipline of the train ed Prussian soldiers to enable them to withstand the ordeal. At half-past nine Voigt was i broug...
THE LADIES COLUMN. NURSERY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
THE LAKES COLUMN. NURSERY NOTES. What amazing appetites fflrls usually develop ot school ! Tho girl who could hordly bo persuaded to look at beef or mutton at homo, whoee anxious mother feared she would go Into a decline unless' the cholccst morsels were provided for her, will often, after a week or two at school, bo found eating plain, wtolcsomo fare just as hcartly as any of her tfinmnfinfotiR fsava a (YintcraDorarv). It Is simply tho result ot discipline, which is a very salutary thing for the appetite as well as for character. Regular hours, regu lar exercisc, and tho example of the compan ions around hor, are of immenso value to a girl who has been loo much coddled at home, and who has bccomo in ocnscqucnce more -fra- gile than she ought to be. Her appetite nnd her habits -become more robust, and naturaiiy.her health follows suit. Anothor very important conscqucnce of go ing away to a boarding-school is that it makes a girl value homo more than she ever did be fore. This Is not...
THE SCOTS GREYS MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
THE SCOTS GREYS MEMORIAL. SPEECH BY LORD ROSEBERY. Lord Rosebery on Friday, 17th Novem ber unveiled in' Princes street gardens Edinburgh, a memorial to the officers and men of the Scots Greys who fell in the South African war, and, in the course of a brief address, said those who fell in South Africa would never return to us as wo knew them. but. in a higher and nobler sensa, they had returned that day— returned with a message of duty, of courage, of patriotism, and with the inspiration of their example. After the ceremony the Corporation of Edinburgh entertained the officers of the Greys and others at luncheon. Lord Pro vost Gibson presiding. Replying to thn toast of his health, and giving that of the City of Edinburgh, Lord Rosebery, with reference to allu sions which had been rniade in previous sp?eches to the impending departure from Edinburgh of the Scots Greys and the threatened withdrawal from Scotland of a cavalry regiment, said he had been asked to use his influence with th...
LORD TWEEDMOUTH'S HALF-CROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
LORD TWEEDMOUTH'S HALF CROWN. One of the most prized possessions of Lord Tweedmouth is a half-crown. It Is set In a frame, and underneath ore the words 'Honestly earned.' It came Into his possession, the 'Reader' tells, before he succeeded to the title in 1894, and when he was still the Hon. Edward MarjorlDanKS ana L,ioerai wnip in tne House of Commons. A couple of Ameri can ladles met him ono day in the lobby and askijd. that they might be shown round. So Mr Marjorlbanks escorted them over the Houses and showed them the sights to be seen. They were so pleased with their guide that on parting the elder lady of the two took out her purse and presented him with hor thanks and tht half-crown which Lord Tweed mouth has 60 carefully kept.