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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
Why suffer fclic torments of hej'^^H with Rheumatism dr Lumbago who. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Linimej'^^H will case the paiti 'at . once, arid col tinucd application^ effccts a ent ciirO. Price 1/6 ; large b^fio For sale by Bennett & Sous. .|:i ? . Db. Sheldon's Lumbago, jjame Back, Outs, or BuVus, And contiuudd applicati^^^^H will eftoct a cure in a rcmavka^^B^B short time/ For sale l-y BcnnOtjJpT^W Sons. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
I # THE FREEMAN & WALLACE I Phenomenal I : r Success in Curing ? ^ MEN'S Diseases j GEORGE siupson, Diifi Pi'incinallv 8 Poetoralist, Victoria. ''5, i i S Cured ot Nerve Weaknesi. t0 tile raCt that 9 WE KNOW HOW. I I ^ By our methoil we aro enabled to roach fcho vital spot with our dirccfc treatment, j which drives every disease germ from the system by going to tha root of tbu disorder. V7e invariably obtain satisfactory reaults because our searchiug examination brings to j lisjht the nature aud extent of the trouble. Our experience in curing th j Diseases of . - Mou extends over a long periocL Our facilities and our treatment is mdst certain und I We especially invito thoso who havo deep-seated and chronic dnord-.-rs to cal and be examined, Consultation and examination is free and carries with it no obligation B to engage our services. IS Our Institutes aro equipped with tho most modern and scientific mecbanioal 9 devices for tho troatmont of chronic and pelvic diseases of ...
The Trail of the Serpent BOOK THE FIFTH. CHAPTER I.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
The 6l/v A ^ ...Trail of the Serpent.. By nx. 33. BTSA-DDOHT. BOOK THE FIFTH. CHAPTER I. — ( Continued .) ' You are irrelevant, monsieur. Pray, be so kind as to say what brought you here, where I would pot inault your good sense by saying you are a welcome visitor:' ' Briefly, then, madame. Our do mestic arrangements do not please me. We aro never known to quarrel, it is true ; but we are rarely seen to ad dress each other, and wa are not often seen in public together. Very well this in South America, where we were king and queen of our oircle — here it will not do. To say the least, it is mysterious The fashionable world ia scandalous. People draw inferences — monsieur does not lovo madame, and he married lior for her money ; or, on the other hand, madame does not love monsieur, but married him because she had some powerful motive for so doing. This will not do, countess. A banker must be respectable, or people may be afraid to trust him. I must be, what, I am now called, 'the emin...
BUTTERFLY COLLECTION [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
BUTTERFLY COLLECTlc|^| The entomological section of the tish Museum has been considerablj^^^H riched by the acquisition of the collection of coleoperous incests by Dr David Sharp, of Cambrl^^^H probably the most extensive of Its in this country. The cabinet oont.i^^l over 15p'000 specimens, all named j and labelled by represents the twenty years' stut collection is p Dll£ breakfaste*™ numbers of ^ and roast beef.f America, seve.^ Persons ,wef this reiio' Jwere recognised as iivint^H while the- But the'hooty has not bcSH . ~d, and the men under arrest r^H j give any information as to i^B abouts. — 'Daily- Mail.' '
AN OLD PROPHECY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
AN OLD PROPHECY. A London journal points out thaM Scotsmen have annexed not only theB Sees of Canterbury and1 York but the* Premiership, the Woolsack, the Leader- 1 ship of the Opposition, and the Vice-1 royalties of India and Ireland! There is l lanold prophecy, just four hundred years ??j which says: — The llmplns Stato V need ii crutch. 1 time a our t'-'.
WANTED FAIR PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
? I WANTED FAIR PLAY. An attache o£ the American Embassy at London tells a story of a butler in the employ of a fine old English family, whose long service had inculcated in him a personal and proprietary Interest in ? the sons and daughters of the house. Once, on the occasion of a large dinner party, the conscienticfus butler obs^jje^^^^ that one of the members--ortfr^^^^^|^^| young girl who had but recen^^^^^^^^H society, was devoting an tontion to her agreeable nelgh^^^^^^^H right, obviously in excess of to the less fascinating This fact' perturbed degree that could longer So, under pretenci^^^J^^^^^^H the culprit dish, the butle^^^^^^^^^^^H whisper respectfully In her more conversation to the left,^j|^^^^^^^H
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
Use ? ??tt Hicks' Ideal Poison Carts. f They are tho noarost approach to a Perfect Poison Cart obtainable. BIMPIiE. STRONG. DURABLE. Hicks' Powerful Fumigators and Pit Traps Bjgliout tha Commonwealth. PARTICULARS.... :icks, Manufacturer, j Botany, SYDNEY. ! Y AD Ight Soap jo* will be cqnilljr j metal, woodwork and kitchen sinks. VI A I Z E N A ily— THE BEST, LY PURE. 3RNFLQUR ? I rxrr-1 ryuti KT ' Hobaut, ie end of ind Fruit N ' les by rail sres. which 1119. bly known is on Tas y adapted a an early Much of - to fruit a level, is ilit shoulil it Ijondon dry Bound nnd warm,- and very suitable for raising j- Umbs and fattening. Tho main road tra verses the centre of the property, which is _ well watered by permanent streams. ,v-|. Full particulars, with plans, may be ob J y 'turned from the auctioneers. Title perfect. Crown Grant. Terms easy, i Jtefrrenrns — Mf'K.srR. DOBSON, MITCHELL t anii ALlil'OltT, Solicitor!!, Hobaiit. p ? ? Country Visitors to Sydney. BIRNEY'S COFFEE PALACES : 5...
THE DOCTO[?] A SIGNALM[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
THE DOCTOfl^H A SIGNALM^H^B^^^B The questicm^^^^B^H^B^^^^H^^H do in the was lows:— are s doubt the to a any man sufferinfj^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H in the perfect efficiency is signalman. — to make quite have or noted, and the man 'Does he vary so to give a question. that where the record of serv^^^H^^^^^f and the deterioration is cleari^^^^^^^H to be the result of overwork the peculiar nature ' ofTEfelr duities, silei v. men are most liberally dealt with.' : 'Then, In place of a lieriodical exams® nation of signalmen, there is only a geri|||| ral watch kept on them?' JsjJ 'A very careful watch, of coura^T^ everything is done that can be done ' see that the signalmen are fit for duty In every particular.'
SEAMAN'S TREACHERY. STEALING A NAVAL SIGNAL BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
SEAMAN'S TREACHERY. STEALING A NAVAL SIGNAL' BOOK. As cabled on tho 20th Doee.nber. a court-martial assembled on H.M.S. Acheron, at Chatham, for tlie trial of .Second Yeoman of Signals .Tames Abbott, of the Amphitrite, on charges of stealing a boat signal book on 30th November, and improperly leaving his ship. Captain Ralph Huddleston, of H.M.S. Actajon, was President of tlie Court. Captain Kennedy, of the Amphitrite, was in charge of the prosecution, and Lieutenant: Johnson was the 'prisoner's friend.' The accused, who is of small stature, lias a blight, intelligent face, and he was wearing a good ' conduct badge. In a clear voice lie pleaded guilty to both charges. Tho circumstantial letter stated that in consequence of information received, Detective-Inspector W. C. Gough, of the Criminal Investigation department, Scotland Yard, waited at seven p.m. on :i0th November outside the main gate of tho Royal Naval Barracks, Chatham, near the tram terminus. After a few A minutes lie was ...
BEARS IN THE ZOO. FIRST VIEW OF SNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
BEARS IN THE . ZOO. FIRST VIEW OF SNOW. Beatrice and Sam, the Polar bears at | the Zoo, wore, ^without doubt, the hap piest married couple in London, on tho 20th December, despite Sam's well known selfishness. Never since they left the frozen North unwillingly have they hail such a day of cold delight, or seen such sights, re calling the snow-bound Arctic regions of their long-lost home. When Sam and his faithful spouse re tired to rest on Christmas night, they were both feeling somewhat home-sick, for there was a suspicion of frost in the i^r that had reminded them of the icy hummocks of Nova Zombla, which they feared they would never see again. Shortly after midnight, however, Sam was awakened from a dream of the North Pole by his wife, who grunted, 'Wake up, Sam. It's snowing.' 'Are you up at tlie Pole again?' growled the incredulous Sam. 'You must be dreaming. It never snows here.' 'It is, it is, it is,' gasped Heatrieo. .'1 can\ sej^^jyiing fa^U 1 h:tve such fi j he fancied for...
BURGLARS IN A CONVENT. BOOTY WORTH L80,000 TAKEN. BREAKFAST IN THE GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
BURGLARS IN A CONVENT. BOOTY WORTH LSO.OOO TAKEN. BREAKFAST IN THE GARpENS. ' The one question agitating Belgium on Christmas Day was: AVhat has become of the LSO.OOO in notes and securities stolen from the Rupelmonde Convent, near Antwerp, a few days before, by a gang of four burglars? The convent is occupied by thirty nuns, who caro for the sick and insane of the neighborhood. The burglars were nipunted and entered through thc~ had ascertained, apparcntlj^^^^^^H^H stood in a to mother .None doors were and they^^^^^^^^^^H this room, remove afiixed Into the garden thou mother superior. Tliere open, without waking The safe contained Belgian, English, Russian, and securities to a large amount, of the numbers are knowir. There wa^^^HH a quantity of silver plate In it, of the value is not yet determined, is supposed to be not less than At first the mother superior estil^^^^^| the loss at L3400, but she has stated that the total amountci^^^^^H L40.000 in bonds, L20.000 in bankJ^^^^^B and...
THE TRUE COSMOPOLITAN. WHAT SCIENCE IS DOING. FRATERNISING OF THE GREAT NATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
THE TRUE COSMOPOLITAN. WHAT SCIENCE IS DOING. FRATERNISING' OF THE GREAT NATIONS. The fraternity which exists among men j of science the world over is a, striking and gratifying fact. It is interesting to examine tho causes of this phenomenon, whose spirit it would be most desirable i to extend to other spheres of life. Sir Michael Foster, the English physiologist, contributes an illuminating ana sugges tive article on the various phases of tho subject to the 'Deutsche Revue,' of which we find an Interesting summary In the 'American Review of Reviews' (De cember). Scientists, Sir Michael Foster reminds us, are perhaps the most cosmopolitan of men. They have, in varying degrees, boon so ever since science began to lift its head, during the Renaissance period. In the sixteenth century, and for some time before and after, men of science, in spite of the dangers and difficulties of travel, wandered from country to coun try, great teachers of science filled foreign professorships, and st...
CLEAN PIG TROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
CLEAN PIG TROUGH. . ! The pig trough shown in our sketch (from the 'Farming World') has been designed for using with animals of dlf- ! ferent sizes. It is made in the followirv 1 manner: — Drive a 4in. by 4in. post Into the ground at each end of the trough, ' and nail it to the posts. Bore several holes for bolts in the posts, as shown i at jtfi-and a hole in each end of the Gin. h*t teoiflY'-.-'-vcr the trough. The gKportion ac' mkmm ^ x
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
I Cricket. A cricket match, Mullumbimby v. Main Arm, was played on Thursday afternoon last, and resulted in a win __ for Mullumbimby, the scores being as follows ; Main Arm H. King b Giles. ... ...? 2 A. Harrigan b Walsh - ... 6 R. King b Giles... ... ... 1 P. Troy b Giles... ... ... 2 L. King b Walsh .., ... - 0 F. Thompson b Giles ... ... 2 , E. Law b Walsh ... ... 1 A. Smith cand b Giles... ... 1 W. Williams c Ajax ... ' 1 R. MeKenzie b Walsh ... ... 1 ' F. Inskip not out .. ., 1 Sundries ... ... 51 Total ? »23 Mullunibimby. ' T. Torrens b King ... ... 0 A. J. Richards b Troy ... ... 0 A. Torrens c Law b Troy ... 4 J. Ajax b Troy... ... ... 0 - H. Turnbull b King ... .. 13 F. Turnbull 3 Harrigan b Troy 4 W. Richards b King ... ... 3 - - W. Walsh not out ... 11 ; Molnnes 0 King b Inskip- n ~ ~ 0 F. Giles c.Smith )- Inskip s Allen c King b Inskip... ? 0 Sundries ... ... ... . 3 ^ Total ... ... 38 On Saturday last the Mullumbimby Creek and Tyagarah teams met when tho Creek team scor...
A SELF-COVERING SWILL-BARREL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
A SELF-COVERING SWILL BARREL. The illustration shows an anti-stench self-covering swill barrel. It is easily made, having a cover which projects an inch or two beyond the top edge of bar rel. Saw out two slots straight with one another to run on upright guards. Bolt or fasten with large screws two upright pieces about 3% feet long to sides of barrel; slip cover between them. Place handle made of an old piece of leather on top side of cover. When you w'ant to empty or dip any swill, lift the cover with one hand end empty or dip with the other. When you are through the cover will fall into place itself. This insures sweetness, and no chickens are drowned.
Boxing Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
Boxing Contest. A crowded house witnessed a boxing contest on- Friday night last betw^en'^ ? Clocky' nnd- ' Sl:i)i Dab.' t -f Clocky' gave his weighting Gst I31bs. ivhile ' Slap Dab' tui ned the scales at lOst 71b*. ' Clocky' was attended by ' Sailor Tim,' while i' Bug Juice' looked after ' Slap Dab's' interest. Alligator Ike 1 was chosen as referee Round one opened with some hot ex changes on both sides, Clocky show ing somo clever foot work, tho like of .. which has never been seen here before, . l Slap Dab kept using a pretty left, which often came 111 contact with ^ Clocky's front piece. Clocky let go an uppercut which caught Slap Dab under the chin and floored him, just as tho gong sounded for corners. Round two was opened by Slap Dab swinging left and right on to Clocky's - head, which made him rock a bit. Of fers of 2 to 1 were now available 011 S'a.i Dab. Clocky swung the right, when... Slap Dab closed to save liimtelf. Tho ^V— ~ referee hero cautioned Slap Dab about hitting...
INFLUENCING THE PERCENTAGE OF BUTTER FAT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
INFLUENCING THE PERCENT- ' | AGE OF BUTTER FAT. | ! When a ccw is in full laitlc fnd full flesh, she will give her normal quan tity of milk for at 'east a limited time, even although the c;uality and quantity of the food be very dc- t ficient. i When in good condition, a cow will take off her body white ver is de ' ficient in the food, in . rder to give her normal quantity .jf milk. , i An extra supply of nutritious food at all times increases tho /quantity of milk, but the percentage of fat is not in any way improved by it ; if any thing, the tendency being rather tho other way. An extra supply of nutritious food almost invariably very slightly in creases the solids, not fat, of the milk, but has little appreciable effect on the fat. With poor food, a cow in full milk will lose carcas; weight, while on rich diet she will increase in weight. I Although the percentage of fat in a cow's milk may vary daily, we, at present, seem unable to control these variations, or to account for the...
OFFICE-BOY TO PEER MILLIONAIRE NEWSPAPER MAN. CAREER OF ALFRED HARMSWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
OFFICE-BOY TO PEER MILLIONAIRE NEWSPAPER MAN. CAREER I F ALFRED I i ARMS-' WORTH. Alfred Harmsworth found a r.ew lield ) in English newspa-er ::nd magazine . ub 1 cation, and his success has l;een such that he has beccme a millionaire and raited to the peera~e as C-.or.l North cliffe. ' Ho is an Englishman, forty-two years old. and though his father, a barrister, had won a fa'r share of renown nt the Bar, he had not earned enough money to leave his sons sufficient to start them In life. Alfred balked at studying law. He saw no future for himself in it. In stead. he went int.i tVe office o£ the 'Il- lustrated London Ne.vs,' starting as f flce-boy and receiving a few sh 1 ings a week for his work. . The business suited him at- the outset. ' and. he bubb'ed with id?as for the im provement of the p lblicat'on. He was brl'-ht and quick — tco bright r.nil quick to suit some of his superiors, who were - accustomed to otiier methods, ard who d .s:overed in him tendrne'es to d- re volutionar...
"DEAD" ACTRESS SPEAKS. MUCH WASTED SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907
'DEAD' ACTRES& SPEAKS. MUCH WASTED SYMPATHY. Mile. Arlette Dorgere, the pretty ac tress who was reported to have died suddenly in a Paris theatre on the 21st December is alive and well, nnd was merely the victim of a strange co incidence. Tho sudden death of an other woman at the theatre where Mile. 1 Dorgere was caused it to be reported | that it cwas the latter who was dead. I The Paris correspondent of tho 'Daily i Mail' saw the actress at her house in ? the Rue de Florence, where she resides 1 with her father. i 'Wo knew nothing about ft,' the ? latter said, 'until two o'clock on Satur- - day morning, when there came loud ° rings at tlie street door. The valet, who opened the door, found half a dozen journalists, who wanted details as to my daughter's death. All the morning numerous friends called, aud one ac tually sent a fine wreath before call ing.' ? Mile. Dorgere, who is playing Cinder ella, here interposed. 'It was most distressing, aud sincerely pained me,' she sa...