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COULDN'T FOOL HIM THAT WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
pnirT.DKT FOOL HIM THAT WAY. Years ago, when telephones were still ft novcltv, a farmer came to town one day and called 'on- a lawyer friend of his whom bo supplied with butter, and who had had a telephone recently put In his ofllce. 'Need any butter this morning?' asked tho farmer. . .... /►'Well, I don't know,' answered the law- - vor 'Wait a minute. I'll ask my wife about ATtcr spenklng through the 'phone, he ^ent 'No; mv wife says no.' , « The farmer's face was a ntudy for a nirment. Then he broke out with: 'Look-;»-lirr','KMr Luwyor, I may bo a bit raw, but I'm nnt sitrh a big fool na* to bollovo that your wife Is In that box!'
HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
HOME1I FABU Minced Fish and Poached Eggs. — Required-: Cold fish, three-quart rs of a pint of milk, hair an onion, thro; ounces of butter, ta,blespoonful of flour, chopped p arsley, salt and popper, eggs. Flake the fish coarse ly. remove all skin and bone. I'ut tho onion and half a nlnt. nf milk on to boil, and meanwhile work the flour into a smooth paste with the rest of the milk, pour tho boiling - milk on to this,. after removing the onion, return to the saucepan and stir over the lire till the sauce loaves the sides of the pan.' Add the fish and let it cook for a . few minutes, stirring (with thn stick end of the spoon) so as not to crack the flakes. 'Add a good lump of butter, salt, pepper, and chopped parsley to taste. Have ready pieces of buttered toast cut to the size of a poached egg, place tho fish in a good layer 011 this, with the -gg on the top, ami serve very hot Mutton Balls. — Remove the meat from a shoulder of mutton, put it twico through a meat-choppor ; add and mi...
BABY JACKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
BABY JACKETS. The latest idea for' baby girl's ;out-: door wear ? is a quaint - little white muslin * jacket, trimmed with -Valen--. ciennes lace, m-ade -with tucks. and' full sleeves, easy to slip on over any dress. . A. round collar ? an bOttie:l:wllh - ribbon in- front or fastened. with a pearl button. Children's frocks, &c., are simple and quaint, and are great ly enhanced b.V hand sewing. Shadow work can be used with i good edect as a blouse trimming. A ] spray of daisies worked in'pale green falling from the - throat :almost to the ^ waist of a- white muslin :blouso looks I ' charming with a green belt. ! A variety, of belts are obtainable at little ::cos't during tho summer sales.- They are not oniy : stylish in themselves, but furnish models for the correct way of making- others. Long veils are also much reduced in price, ? and should' prove useful for autumn wear, in the country particu larly. It. is desirable; to secure a hat when driving, ^country vc-hicles being ...
ODD DETECTIVES. HOW CRIMINALS BETRAY THEMSELVES. TRACED BY THEIR TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
ODD DETECTIVES. HOW CRIMINALS BETRAY THEM SELVES. TRACED BY THEIR TEETH. It is not sufficient nowadays Cor a bur glar to wear gloved or goloshes during his professional hours, lest a finger print or footmark prove his undoing; he must have an eye also to his teeth — metaphor- ically speaking, of course — as a Lyons housebreaker, who was Indiscreet' enough to leave behind him the imprint 01 nis teeth on a halt-eaten apple, re cently found to his cost. Indeed, it is by no means unlikely that In future years dentists may be able to add sub stantially to their incomes by acting as detectives, as the following recent stories of crime indicate. According to Dr. Hans Gross, in his 'Archives of Criminal Anthropology,' a banker was murdered in St. Petersburg some time ago, and near him was found a cigar holder with (in amber mouth piece. The holder was so shaped that it could only be held in ono position in the mouth, and a close examination showed that it had two marks, which must have been...
LOVE AND MARRIAGE. CHICAGO SCIENTIST'S IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 February 1907
LOVE AND MABBIAGE, CHICAGO SCIENTIST'S IDEAS. ' if the people of America would keep the coming generation from in habiting madhouses they should abolish indiscriminate .marriages, for get that hallucination called love and choose their life partners on the samo -principle that a successful cattleman chooses . his stock.' In the ? above sentence f r Julius ?drinker-, -- professor - of nervous', and mental diseases at the Chicago Tost Graduate Medical. School; voiqed a warning .-to tho American public: of , the : great dangqrs .which confront, it in the near - future.' Lie spoke in 'the- Public Library building under the auspices of the Chicago Medical So ciety on : American Nervousness ; Its Cause and Cure.' ::Dr Grinkor (says the Pittsburg: '.' Dispatch') eliminated nil -scientific: terms from his lecture, and- told the audience in plain -,wo;ds of the -nerv- ous diseases which wore slowly buL surely eating their way into the lives of the people of this century. Con i sidorable stre...
Byron Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907
Byron Shire Council. - (From the 'Record.') On the 19th. inst. the regular fortnightly meeting of the Council was held in the Shire Hall. In attendance : Crs. Jarman (President, occupying tho chair) Bato, Macgre gor, . Collings, Armstrong, Banner, the Shire Engineer (Mr. D. Munro), the Shire Clerk (Mr. J. McSheehy). The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed on the motion of cr. Armstrong, seconded by cr. Macgregor. The President, in a minute, drew attention to the fact that the out break of plague was still causing anxiety in Sydney, from .whence we had two steamers a week, and there was nothing to prevent rats leaving these steamers as there were no metal discs on the ropes. It behoved the townspeople to assist in keeping the town in a state of cleanliness. At Kempsey the outbreak of plague — attributed to rats probably con; veyed in produce from Sydney — had simply paralysed business. Cr. Macgregor thought a motion should bo moved in the matter. Cr. Banner v.- a...
Social. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907
Social. Miss Edna Srazill having decided to take, up a position in a Sydney office, a number of her lady friends,..-- ? s arranged to en tortaiu her at a social in the Oddfellow's Hall, as a mark of . th,eii; esteem and regard for her. The social was fixed for Monday night last, but owing to. the incessant rain, ? which cam'6 down in torrents, Was not tn numerously attended as it, otherwise would have been. Had the weather been fine, we can safely ' assert that there would have been a lai-ge gathering1, as Miss Brazill has Always rendered a cheerful and ready 'assistance at all functions of a local nature in different parts of the dis trict, and iii this respect she Will be much missed, as she possessed special musical ability. However, those Who Were present had a very pleasant and enjoyable time up to '12 p.m. The music for the social was supplied by Mrs. Kane, while Mr. McMonigal acted Ub M.G. After refreshments had been dispensed', Mr. McMonigal, in a few Well chosen remark's pa...
Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907
Local and Other Items. See Mr. F. A. Row's fresh adver tisement, giving fresh price list. ? * Lease Forms for Sale, at ' Star ' Office. 'One shilling each A Lismoke business man 'has re fused an offer of £4500 for his busi mess premises :in Wood lark street. * * 'Rainfall. for fhe month, as re ?corded at fhe local -.post office, 11 inches 52 points. POST CARD VIEWS of almost every Beauty 'Spotin our District, . can be obtained at Toenbull's Pharmacy # # W ild ducks are at 'present plenti ful round Ballina. Several 'have Jbeen shot within .the precincts of the :town. M^DOUGALL 'is still agoing In the- old shop, where you.cau ?get a tip-top hair -.cut .and shave. ?# - The N.C.S.N. Coy. 'baye'begttn »to sfumigate their vessels, and intend ?to prevent rats from crossing from their iboats to the wharves. ?# . ' We learn that 'fhe man ©una, -wlto '?met with an 'accident last week -whilst .scrub felling -at Coopor!s 'Creek, succumbed :to his .injuries. DON'T 'forgeMhat for Post-Cards, Stat...
[?]E OF LETTERS. [?]TINA FRASER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907
Hue of letters. V FRASER. , ^^^M^aymand to the Secretary o£ the I Matchmakers' Club, I Juno 5th, 19 — , Callander. Mr Dear Secretary. — I know you and ill the girls of the Club are just dying ' to hear all about my encasement to Harry Parker. I suppose you are all very much disappointed In me. You ex- ! pected me 10 marry a Duke or a mil- j lionaire, or some such thins, and, though ! Harry is not badly off, he's 'a maist | awfu' dooneome,' as the saying is. But I ' let me reassure you. I have not the intention of marrying Harry, if I -ra'n help it. I I think you know just exactly how I i am circumstanced. If anything hap- I pens papa, his pension dies with him, I and, in spite of my luxurious upbring- j ing. I am left alone and penniless in ! the worlil. Well, a month or two ago. this seems to have been borne in strongly on pa, and he threatened the most awful things if I did not accept some one of my numerous suitors with- i out delay. I looked round the batch, and concluded thru H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907
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The Trail of the Serpent BOOK THE FOURTH. CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907
The ...Tpail of the Serpent.. By M. 33. BRA.333DOM-f BOOK THE FOURTH/ CHAPTER VL—(Co-ilinued.) But there isn't a cove as lives as can stand that first tap of a detective's hand upon his shoul der as tells him, plain as words, ' The game is up.' The best of em,- and the pluckiest of 'em, drops under that. If they keeps the colour in their face — which some of 'em has got the power to do, and none as never tried it on can guess the pain — if they can do that 'ere, the perspiration breaks out wet and cold upon their for'eds, and that blows 'em. But this young gent — he was . took aback, he was surprised, and he was riled, and used bad language ; but his colour never changed, and he wasn't knocked over till Jinks, unbusinesslike, told him of his uncle's murder, when he turned as white as that 'ere 'ed of Boner part.' Mr. Peters, for want of a better comparison, glanced in the direc tion of a bust of the victor of Marengo, which, what with tobacco smoke and a ferocious pair of burnt ' co...
THE HUM[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907
THE HUMflM How he 'Mother, may I go out In Uic street for a ) ItUio while? . The boys any Ibcrr.'s -1 rnmet to be scon.' 'All right; but don't go too pear it.' Our Vices.—' 'And what vna the ColoDCl'a spcech like?' 'Ob, fluent nnd all that. Obviously prepared. I call it very bad form In a eoldier!' * ? ; Tommy: Whnt floes the paper mean by call- / log. Mr Sharpley an eight-by-ten business / man? T.'s Father: I presume it means he-'is not exactly square. '/ ? ? Hush-money.— -Jones'. So you have succccded in tracing baclc my ancestors.? What is your fee? Genealogist : Twenty guineas for .keep ing quiet about them. Tho Father: So you want to marry Gwcn, do you? She Is my only daughter. The Su.'tor: Oh— ah— er! Sir, that's all rights you know. I— er— only wapt one. 'Pore old Jonflon yonder Is getting glum and quiet. 'E don't talk so much:as he used to.' fiincn he got over Ms rheumatics, he ain't got tothlng to tork about.' Hicks: Well I've got L400 saved, up to buy L an automobile. -Wic...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH., Byron Bay charge. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907
Presbyterian Chdbch., Byron Bay charge. 1st .Lord's Day Month — Mullumbim- ? by 11, Byron Bay 8, Springvale 7.30 2nd Lord's Day, do.— Myocum 11,. Main Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 3rd Lord's Day. do. — Bangalow 11, Spyiugvaie 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 . . 4th Lord's Day — Myocum'r 11. ? Coora bell School of Arts 2, Mullti&ibimby . J 7 .30 j Springvale (Mr Marshall, preach- . er), 2.30 Sth Lord's Day — Myocum 11, Maiq Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.20 ; Spring vale (Mr Marshall, preacher) 7.30 Rev, Richard Dill Mackv
CO-OPERATION IN DA[?] FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907
CO-OPERATION IN DA^^^| FARMING. Co-operation may take many shar^^B but If the right spirit is there, one be as good as another. Co-operation Is the milk produ*^^H armor against speculators. Co-operation is to havevav_ clear ceptlon of an Inalienable mutual est. and to act on it in every detail our daily life. Co-operation means the subjugatln^B of the Immoral desire to get tho best* of our neighbors. ? Co-operation means tho intensifying of a our Individual powers a hundred fold. Co-operation widens the horizon of oj^fl moral perception. Oo-operation secures the largest rc- I j suits from the smallest exertion. . IJ ~ Co-operation cements, friendship, aitfJA eliminates animosity. - Co-operation is sja^Wmoujjl^^^^^^^H