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[?]COTED GOLD MINES. [?] OF ROBBERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

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Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDIA AWAKENING. THE CALL TO AGITATE. MR. NAOROJI'S APPEAL TO CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

INDIA AWAKENING. THE CAJLL TO AGITATE. MR NAOROJI'S APPEAL TO CONGRESS. The Indian National Congress was opened on December 26th, In the presence of 10,000 delegates. Dr. Rashbeharl Ghose, Chairman of the Reception Com- I mittee, started the proceedings by wel- | coming Mr Naoroji, the President, in a I strenuous speech reviewing the political situation. Mr Dadabhal Naoroji, on rising to de liver his presidential address, was re ceived with a tumult of applause. He prefixed the address with a quotation from a speech delivered by Sir Henry Campbell-Bannenmaji at Stirling on 23rd November, 1905. , 'Good Government could never be a. substitute for government by the people themselves.' Tills quotation struck the keynote of the address, Mr Naoroji insisting throughout his long speech on tlie rig-lit of Indians, as British citizens, to govern themselves. What position did Indians hold in the British Empire? Were they British citizens or not? These were his first questions, and in his opin...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLITICAL PHRASES. MEMORABLE EXPRESSIONS AND THEIR ORIGIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

POLITICAL PHRASES. i MEMORABLE EXPRESSIONS AND ' THEIR ORIGIN. Speakers, writers, debating society j orators, and any one in search of a new and amusing parlor game will find It in a 'Dictionary of Political Phrases and , Allusions,' published by Messrs Swan, i Sonnenschein and Co. When after-dinner conversation slacks { the ingenious guest who has studied i Messrs Hugh Montgomery and Philip G. Cambray's careful compilation will ask, j 'When did Mr Chamberlain speak of ' a nrners' war'?' or 'When did Mr j Gladstone use that famous phrase 'marching through rapine'?' By award ing points to those who. c-«ne nearest in their guess as to the right date and place, an interesting comparison may be instituted. It will be found how amaz- j ingly at variance on these points pre sumably well-informed people may be. Here is a brief guide to the more famous of these phrases: 'Methods of Barbarism.' A phrase used in a speech by Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, M.P.,at the Holborn Restaurant on 1-1 t...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Deputation to Hon. John Perry, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

' ? ' ? i ?'- Deputation to Hon. John1 Perry, M.L.A. ? On Friday., morning a deputation, ? ~/j^- 'consisting of members of the 'Pro* gvess Association and residents of Wilson's' Creek, waited 'upon the Hon. John Perry, M.L.A., who was oil a flying visit to the district — at( Withford's Hotel, with reference to i the suggested -bridge over Wilson's Creek at Goonengarry, and other 'local matters. -The deputation was introduced by the President of the ? -local 'Progress Association (Mi-. P. ! Nelson) Mr. W. It. Baker introduced the' - matter of a bridge over Wilson's1 Greek bridge, pointing out the abso lute necessity for a bridge over this i ?creek at the place advocated, owing to the rapid rising of tho waters, , - which endangered .human life. $-v. -* was the main road between Mullum bimby and Lismore, and in his 'opinion was a national work which -should he undertaken by the Govern ment. A great change had taken 'place in the district of late years. At ' -one time there were not ma...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

' .- '^Regular Fortnightly Sale. At tlio Market Yards, Mullumbimby.;) 'SATURDAY, MARCH 16th, At 2 o'clock. . 130 Head. 100 Head Cattle. JAS. PARRISH will sell by public miction, 011 above date, On account Geo. Wilson : 40 Head Heifers, good sorts and colors, 10 to 18 months Ona;countof Owner: G Forward Springers 3 S' Calved Hoifora On account Owners : -BO Head Mixed Cattle Alsoi in the Mart: 1 Ton Brownell's Potatoes , _ Furnituro and Sundries Account Owner : 4 Rolls Pig Wire Netting* Water Troughs Mall and Wedges. And Sundries ROLL UP ! ROLL UP ! THURSDAY, MARCH 14tli, 1907. GENUINE BLXlearing-out Sale ?K OF ^KO HEAD extra choice ?by cattle, PLANT, at Myocum, on Thurs March, S H HJ^^^H^^^HH^^fl^vuctions from A. A. to by ^rannnKs, Horses, Plant, and ?Hj|nHnB|^rc, the in a r t s 1 Sow 1 fat pig. 1 55-Gal. Soparator, nearly new. 1 45-gal vat, cans, buckets, strainers Harrow, plough, spring cart and harness, and Household Fur niture. The wholo (ij the above for right out nnrcserved-'al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

Pianoforte Teaching. - ' Miss Alma White IS prepared to l'cccivo Pupils -for :the Pianoforte. ?-..v- Theory and Practice thoroughly -taught. Pupils prepare for Trinity Colle;go Examinations. ? / Terms on npliention. .'Lismorc- Stoam Monumental ? Works. ' ? Jeffries & Ja-£o, (Late of Rookwood, Sydney,), -Monumental and General Masons, KEEN STREET L [SHORE. Headstones. Kirbing and Iron -Railing, rat Sydney Prices. Clients waited on, if advised, at their : 'own homes. Designs may-lie seen at Mr M. Mc ' -Gougan's, blacksmith and {undertaker, '?n ho is our local agent. Builder & Architect. ' \ Cha 5. Speer -/ t^XTISHES to notify , to the 'public of K:: ? v v Mullunibimby and district, that has commenced business here in the above line. f .. ... . C.S. has had wide experience on the ? South Coast and in the -Western dis 'tricts, an' can guarantee the utmost ?j r-satisfaction m all branches crffthe tradc.', / ?:.-??? . Plans prepared and esti^|i?s given, Charges moderate. ^...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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North Coast Co-op. Co. Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

North Coast Co op. Co. Ltd. The following is the report of the above company for the month end ing 28th February, i907 : — Butter Pay ?? 8|d for Al, and 7fd for No. 1, less £d to export reserve fund. Butter manufactured, 535 tons ; second quality 5J per cent. Total paid away, £50,137. Cream : The supply has already decreased, which is something un usual at this time of the year, still the month shows the five greatest weekly out-puts we have experienced. The second qnality has increased, which is due to the bad weather conditions for keeping anything. We can safely say that February this year is the worst month Ave have known since the Company started. The very best |cream suffered in comparison. The grocers' comments confirm all this, and it is no doubt surprising to the majority of sup pliers, who feel the classing acutely, but the grocers never had such a range of good butters, and with an old brand such as ours, tliey expect all that can be obtained, still every factory suffered...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

Local and Other Items. Our usual weekly supplement is not to hand for this issue. ' # Messrs. R. W. Thompson & Cor haveasale of produce, &c., on Satur day, at their rooms. * * Lease Forms for Sale, at ' Star' Office. One shilling each # * Rumored that a paper is about to be' started at Bangalow, by a Glen Innes journalist. # # Several good hauls of tailor were made in the 'Brunswick during the ?week, also some good jew fish. * ? * DON'T forgot that for Post Cards, Stationery, Fancy Goods, and Smokers' Requisites you can't beat T. McDougall. * - # TnEiiE was a good crowd at the Heads on Sunday, and some very good hauls of fish were made. * * A fishing club has been started, with a membership of one shilling. This should produce some .good sport. Mi-'ssrs G. Mam,am & Co. anuouiico' that they have just opened up~a large assortment of new goods, including latest novelties in ladies' wear.. ? * * . ' Hey, Bill, where' are you bustling too ? To ihc Palace Saloon to...

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PROCLAMATION. Depart, of Mines and Agriculture, Stock and Brands, Sydney, 4th. March, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

PROCLAMATION. Depart, of Mines and Agriculture, Stock and Brands, Sydney, 4th. Mrrch, 1907. It is hereby notified, for general information, that in pursuanco of section 6, sub-section 1( 2, and 3 of the Stock Diseases (Tick) Act, 1901, the stock within the undermentioned huvndaries are hereby Quarantined for a period- of three months ; and the said area is also notified as a quarantine area for a period of three months from the 4th March, 1907 i — County Rous: Commencing at Point Danger ; and bounded thence by the south and wesf boundary of the Tweed Heads Quarantine, as gazetted on the 6th February, 1907, to the boundary dividing the States of Queensland and New South W ales ; thence by that boundary to tho range dividing the waters of the Tweed and Richmond Rivers ; thonCe Jjy that range southerly and easterly M^he soj^fcastern corner of por* of Toclond ; middle arm the ^^^^^^^Hfrer~~-?it--the north-west ^^^^^^RJtortion 10^ ^^^^^|Fthence by thaij: river to ^^^^^Ktnd by the coast n...

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The Tick. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

The Tick. The Advisory Board at Murwil lumbah has decided to appeal for the amendment of the Stock Diseases and Tick Act, with a view to im pounding all straying stock on the roads in a quarantine area. As matters stood at present there is not such power, and unless the roads are cleared of straying stock, it is held there is no chance of exterminating the tick. Ticks were found at Dun gay and Condong Range. The Grafton Pastures Protection Board, has written the Lismore and Casino Pastures Protection Boards, suggesting that a conference be held at an early date to consider the tick question. ? It is rumoured (says the ' Tweed Times') that some of the local tick iuspectors, who own dairy farms, are paying men to look after their farms while they go tick hunting. This is rather a strange state of affairs. In Mr. Veterinary Stewart's lec ture at Murwillumbah on the tick ho said Certain roadp leading from Murwillumbah were' regarded with very great suspicion, It was advis able for those...

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HUGE DOCTOR'S FEE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

HUGE DOCTOR'S FEE. M. Pesmazoglos, a well-known rich banker, of Athens, recently became seriously ill with, what is known to the medical profession as leucocythemia, a disease in which the white corpuscles of the blood are greatly increased in num ber, while the red cells are much dim inished. The local physicians failed to cure him, and ultimately gave no hope of recovery. The patient's relatives thereupon telegraphed full particulars of the case to the world-famous Dr. Noor den, of Vienna, asking him to come at once to Athens, and offering him the sum of LG250 as his fee. The message itself cost L-12. Dr. Noorden replied that from the details given he judged that the patient's life could not be saved, and that therefore he could not conscien tiously accept tho br.illiant offer. The banker's family then telegraphed to a ? celebrated Paris specialist, but he also declined, for the same reason. As a last resort, a telegraphic appeal was made to another French savant, of Lyons, and th...

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CAME TO THE RIGHT PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

CAME TO THE RIGHT PLACE. An fAmerican whoso business frequently took him to Britain tells of an amusing con versation between the driver and conductor of n public 'bus in London. The 'bus was fairly crowded, so the Ameri can climbed to the top. where, shortly after taking his sent, he observed a person In pecu liar garb, with a red turban. There was a leaden sky -overhead, and a slow, drizzling rain— such weather as is the rule rather than the exception in the British metropolis. As the conductor came to the top the red turbaned person, evidently an Indian Parsee. got down. ? . 'WoT sort of a chap Is that?' asked the driver of the. conductor. 'I fancies that 'es ono of them fellers that worships the sun.' 'Worships the sun, eh?' repeated tho . flrlvor, with a shiver. 'Then I suppose he /'comes over 'ere to 'avo a rest.' ) Those who jeer at faith In the super^ r natural arc often the most easily pullj^B by their fellow human beings. I a man whon 'believes In nothing he cannot see or ...

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THE SEA SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

THE SEA SERPENT. December is not a month which the sea serpent usually selects to disport himself in view of incredulous human ity, but this time the interesting crea ture has seen fit to make an exception. 1 Everyone who has visited Stockholm knows Saltsjobaden, the charming little pleasure resort situated where the Malar Lake joins the Baltic. It was there that the fearsome denizen of the deep was ( seen; not by uneducated fishermen or unreliable mariners, but by Herr Victor Ankarkrono, equerry to King Oscar of Sweden. This gentleman and some aris tocratic companions state that they saw ?the monster about 200 yards from the shore, moving through the water with the velocity of a motor boat, and making a- tremendous wash. The creature is de scribed as being greyish-brown in color, and with -i head like, a giant tortoise. Its length is variously estimated be tween 45ft. and COft. The serpent was only visible for about half a minute, and then disappeared below the surface. Professors ...

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A HEAVY LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

A HEAVY LOSS. Tho millionaire babe was weeping bitterly. 'What Is tho matter, darling?' said his mother. 'Oh. cried the child, 'granpa gave me a thousand shares of P. D. and Q. for my birth- , day yesterday morning, and this morning nurse read out to mo from the quotations jhat they had fallen four points.'

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LEARNING MONKEY TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

LEARNING MONKEY TALK. Miss Ida Vcronia Simonton is a young lady with a thirst for .knowledge, and ! possessed of considerable pluck, for she 1 has been spending her days since Sep tember last in a lonely bamboo hut In the dense jungle along the Congo river, trying to learn the language of the mon keys that abound in those regions. Two natives and an Englishman, a member of the sleeping sickness mission, aro the only human beings within hailing dis stancc, and even they are a good dis tance &way. In a recent letter to her mother, who resides at Pittsburg, U.S.A., Miss Simoncon says that she Is progres sing rapidly 'with her work, and believes that she had already mastered several words of the monkey lingo. She also claims that she. has made the monkeys understand some things she says to them.

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LONDON DOCTOR SANDBAGGED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

LONDON DOCTOR SANDBAGGED. Recently, Dr. Albert Schaefer, of 80 Moray street, London, was crossing the Seine from the south side by one of the bridges near the Louvre. It was dark and raining, and few people were about. When about half-way across the bridge a train, wearing a slouch hat drawn down over his eyes, approached the doctor and inquired the time. The doctor was about to consult his watch i and retply when he was felled from be I hind by a blow from a sand-bog. As he lay prostrate, he was attacked by two i men, who by throttling him stifled his cries for assistance. Then ho was struck with some weapon a second time, and rendered unconscious. I-Ie was robbed of his watch and chain and a purse containing Lll. ? Some hours later the unconscious man was found by a pass ing policeman, who took him to the Hos pital de la Charite.

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PERILS OF THE SEA. SHIP'S ESCAPE FROM ICEBERGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

PERILS Or THE SEA. SHIP'S ESCAPE FROM ICEBERGS. The arrival of the barque Eagle Cr.iig. of Whitehaven, at Faimouth from Iquique, with a cargo of nitrate, was re ported on the 14th ult., after having en countered on army of icebergs. I On 2nd October, when in latitude 10.15 S., and longitude 5.1.45 W., Captain IIu | goe sighted a huge iceberg. Before day light on tho following morning it was re ' ported that the Eagle Craig was sur rounded by 18 more icebergs and numer ous floes. During the day 96 immense icebergs were passed, and there were seven around, the vessel at half-past S, when the Eagle Craig got clear, i Captain Hugoe moa-sured one of the largest bergs by means of a sextant, and found it to be five miles long and 150ft. high. On It was a quantity of new Tas manian red wood, with yellow letters painted on the ends, but they could not make out the letters. Two pieces -of white painted board and a broken deal were also on the borg. Tliey were pro bably the remains of a vessel...

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A DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

A DECISION. First Minister : My dear brother; I havo two calls, and I do not know which of them to accept. Second Minister : Which pays— I mean— that Is— is the remuneration identical? First Minister : No. One promises me a thousand, while tho other promises me fifteen hundred. Second Minister: Well, I believe, my bro.ther, that it Is your duty to occupy the most pro mising field.

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FIRE AT A UNIVERSITY. FOUR STUDENTS AND THREE RESCUERS KILLED. A CLASSMAN'S HEROISM. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

FIRE AT A UNIVERSITY. FOUR STUDENTS AND THREE RES CUERS KILLED. A CLASSMAN'S HEROISM. A serious fire broke out at daybreak on 7'th December morning at Cornell University, Ithaca (U.S.A.), and three students were burned to death, while several were injured and three promin ent men of the town, acting as volunteer firemen, were killed by a falling wall. I The fire occurred in 'the splendid build in gof the College Society, the Chi Psi fraternity, which is used in the upper part as a dormitory 'for twenty-seven students of tho University. It spread rapidly and three of them en were suffo cated and lost in the flames. Students from other dormitories made heroic at tempts to save the rest of the men, while town and gown joined in fire brigade work. Tlie rescuers were rewarded by getting out most of the sleepers, though some were injured. The fire broke out in the kitchen. The [ flames sperad lo the staircase before the I twenty-sevn students sleeping in the I building could be awakened, ...

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THE LAST ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 14 March 1907

THE LAST ONE. The Bishop of Worcester was once travelling through Banbury by rail, and, wishing to try their celebrated cakes, summoned a boy and asked him to procure him one. Learning that their price was 'threepence' the Bishop gave tho lad a 'sixpence,' telling him, 'And with the other threepence buy a cake for yourself.' The lad shortly returned, complacently munch ing his cake, and, handing threepence back to the Bishop, exclaimed, 'There was only ono left, gov'nor.'

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