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WAGSTAFF BIGAMY CASE. TRIAL AT THE OLD BAILEY. ROMANTIC STORY DISCLOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

WACSTAFF BIGAMY CASE. TRIAL AT THE OLD BAILEY. ROMANTIC STORY DISCLOSED. x ne case came on- for trial at the Old Bailey on 10th January in which Mrs Dorothy Josephine Wagstaft, a lady of Independent means, residing at Ehn place, Kensington, was charged on her own confession with having entered into a bigamous marriage with Mr James Poole Wne-Stnfr -1(Viv.cort T -p TVT. nf Manor Park, Potton, Bedfordshire, in December, 1893, at St. George's, Hanover Square, her husband, Alfred Gibson. Jalland, being then alive. Mrs Wagstaff, a lady of some forty summers, displayed considerable emo t!on on first taking up her position In the dock, where she was supplied with a seat (says the 'Westminster Gazette' in giving further particulars of a onse cabled at the time. From time to time she seemed . greatly moved by the narration of her counsel i of the strange experiences of -which she was the central figure. | Mr Heddon, who prosecuted on behalf . of the Treasury, stated that the clrcum- j stance...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

Local and Other Items. Lease Forms for Sale, at ' Star ' Office. One shilling each # * We notice that Mr. T. Gillard is in the auctioneering line at the Dorrigo. # # Some of the land on the Bellingen is said to equal anything on the South Coast. * * A Coff's {Harbor business man announces that he shouts a drink for every 7s 6d spent. * * Last month Coraki factory turned out 60 tons of butter, paying sup pliers 8id and 7sd por lb. # ' * Plague is considered stamped out at Kempsoy, and the inspector has returned to Sydney. # * A n'timomy mining is active at Bow raville. There are 200 men em ployed, and now arrivals reach there daily. * # Said that the opposition line to the North Coast Steam Navigation Company will make a start shortly. * * Tenders are called in this issue by the Shire Council for road work in different parts of the Shire. # # Dairy cattle are selling well at the Dorrigo, forward springers bringing from £9 to £15, with inquiries for good sorts. MiDOUGALL is still goin...

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Wreck of the Suevic. London, Monday, 4.55 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

Wreck of the Suevic. London, Monday. 4.55 a.m. The White Star liner Suevic, which left Sydney on' 26tli January for London and Liverpool, struck the rocks under the lighthouse at Lizard, 'Cornwall, during a, fog on Sunday night. There was a rough sea at the time, and a .westerly gale was blowing. . ' Three lifeboats were sent out to her, but no danger to the lives of those on bpard is anticipated. Tugs have been summoned. Later. A telegram despatched at 5 o'clock' Jihis morning from the Lizard states that the Suevic had 400 passengers on board, and a -crew numbering 160. These were being gradually landed ? in the Suevic's lifeboats. The inhabitants in the vicinity wore lending every assistance in the work, and weee providing every com fort. .Many women and children were brought ashore early. Splendid discipline was maintained and it is.lioped that everybody will [ be saved. Later. T'iq Suevic is ashore at the Brandies Rocks, and her position is critical. The fog is now clearing, but...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

Usual Fortnightly Sale Market Yards, Mullumbimby SATURDAY, MARCH 30tli, at 2 p.m Dairy Cattle, Horses Furniture, &c. ,r JAS, PARRISH, Auctioneer GENUINE dearing=out Sale, At MONTICOLLOM. 'Monday, 25th March, 1907. JAS, PARRISH has received instruc tions from R. C. Riley, Esq., to ? eoll, at bis residence, Macgregor's farm, Montioollom, on the above date, 11 Young Cows, in full milk 3 Springers, at their work 6 Springers, backward 1 First class dairy Bull (Durham) 1 Young Durham Bull 10 Poddies, ou tho bucket 15 Pairs Fowls Also, Household Furniture Breech-loading Gun and machine Luncheon at 12. Sale at 1 p.m. These are a uicc lot of cattle, in full profit. The owner's reason for selling is that Mr. Lamb has sold his lease, conse - - quently everything must be sold to the highest bidder. JAS. PARRISH, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE. Saturday, 30th March, 1907. SUBURBAN FARM, p. At Mullumbimby. Bk 1/1 P. EWING has received instruc- |9L Jt? ? tions from the Mortgagee to sell jjflgL b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

Pianoforte Teaching. Miss Alma White IS prepared to receive Pupils for tlio Pianoforte. . Theory and Practice thoroughly ~ -. taught. Pupils prepare for Trinity College Examinations. Terms on aplication. / liidmore Steam Monumental 'Works. Jeffries & Jago, :(Late of Rookwood, Sydney,), s Monumental and General -v,--'' Masons, KEEN STREET LISMORB. Headstones. Kirbmg and Iron Railing, .. . at Sydney Prices. Clients waited on, if advised, at their ? . 'own homes. Designs may -be seen, at Mr M. Mc 1 Crougan's, blacksmith and {undertaker, -who is our local agent. Builder & Architect.' Chas. Speer ? - . ? '?WTTTTSHES to -notify to the pirblicof ; ? f f Mullumbimby and district, that She has commenced business here in the : above line. C.S. has had wide experience on the ? .?South 'Coast and in . the Western dis-' . * ttricts, an can guarantee the utmost satisfaction in all branches of the trade. ; Plans prepared and estimates given, Charges moderate. - Nonpareil Bakery DAL...

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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

B. C. Ciiuiicn. Palm Sunday, 24th March — Byron Bay 9 a.m ; Bangalow, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m Easter Sunday, March 31st — Byron Bay 9 a.m ; Bangalow 11 a.m and 7.30 Sunday, 7th April— Baiigalow 8.30 a.m and 7 30 p.m ; Mullumbimby, 11 a.m Rev. M. P. Walsho.

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Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Byron Bay Parish Services. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

Religious Notic cs CUUItCn OP ENGLAND. Byron Bay Parish Services. 1st Sunday of Month — Byron Bay 8 a.m. (n.c.), Myocum 10.30, Billi nudgel 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 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 (n.c.), Tyagarah 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Sunday : Byron Bay 11 (h.c.), Cooper's Shoot 2.30, Bangalow 7.30 Rev A. W. Coates

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Latest Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

Latest Telegrams. A cablegram message re ceived atPremantle on Monday via Cocos Island states that the Mildura steamer had been wrecked at Northwest Cape while on a voyage from Wynd ham to Eremantle with 498 head of cattle. The crew aro safe. William Hicky, a fireman on the mail steamer Ophir; while engaged painting the: vessel's side, fell 15ft, yester day, fracturing both arms: It was agreed that May will be a suitable date to hold the Premiers' Conference at Bris bane. Thomas Reid was yesterday found to be suffering from plague. A George-street tram col lided with a spring van driven by a Chinaman at Engine street yesterday. It killed the horse and smashed the van. The Chinaman was thrown out, but escaped injury. Sev eral passengers had narrow escapes. Messrs Crick and Willis were re-arraigned on a charge of conspiracy yesterday, and pleaded not guilty. They were admitted to bail. . The Arbitration Court gave judgement yesterday in the firemen and deck hands case | against the Sy...

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Wreck of the Annandale. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

Wreck of the Annandato. The captain and crew of (!?« auxiliary kelch Annaiuialo reaclud Sydney last Saturday evening from the Macloay River by the steamer Hastings. The Annandale, which belonged to Messrs Allen Taylor & Go, founded off Smoky Cape on 12tli inst. I lie .vessel, it nppears, was bound from Newcastle to the Bellin ger River with a cargo of coal, and she had got abreast of Smoky Cape . on Tuesday morning* (12th inst) when water was noticed on the fore castle floor. The vessel had been pumped out -at 2 -a.m., and the water was noticed in the forecastle an hour and a-half later. The captain was unable to account for the -sudden leak. . The crew made a determined effort to keep the water under, but all to no avail, and at daylight they were com- ' pelledio abandon the vessel. The water was going into the engineroom fi'orn the deck when the captain i jumped clear, and shortly after the vessel took a plunge and disappeared ! Fortunately the weather was fine at the time...

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PIG AS CHIEF GUEST. AMERICAN HOSTESS'S FREAK. NEW YEAR "CELEBRATION." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

I PIG AS CHIEF GUEST. ? - - . A MERICAN HOSTESS'S FREAK. j NEW YEAR 'CELEBRATION.' ! | ine jncw York correspondent or me . London 'Express' gives further particu lars of the freak New Year suppers in America, described In a 'Herald' cable message of the 2nd ult.: — - I The eccentric members of American society vied with one another to see who . would usher in tho New Year with the most freakish form of entertainment. It , Is generally admitted that the palm goes 1 to an animal supper party given by Mrs Fiske-Griflln at her home in Evanston, a fashionable suburb of Chicago. | Ten of the most distinguished members , of Chicago society escorted a bird or an i animal guest to the table. The guests were a white pig, a guinea pig, a roos ter, a rabbit, a dove, a parrot, a lizzard, a terrlor, a cat, and a squirrel (which was supposed to typify the social clim ber). The pig was escorted to dinner by the hostess. Covers were laid for twenty, and the butlers decorously served the lizzard with...

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HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

XQKEXT FA Kg. Sweetbread Patties. — Required : One sweetbread, twe ounces of ham, one gill of white sauce, one gill of cream, a little cayenne, nutmeg, pepper and salt, half pound of puff paste, or six or eight Patty cases. Boil the sweetbread, take away from it all pieces of skin and gristle, and chop it with the cooked ham. Add tho gill of white sauce mixed with cream, and season to taste. Rcll out tho puff paste to half-inch thickness, stamp into little rounds with a sma1! cutter, gpd with a cutter two sizes smaller stamp a little circle in the middle of each round. Bake carefully in a steady oven. Carefully- remove the ' lid,' scocp out the soft pnrt inside, fill with the prepared mixture, put on the little piece of pastry, make all hot, and served ? Timbales of Mutton.' — -Required : half a pound of linely-choppod r, mut- ton, a tablcsi'o;-nful of breadcrumbs, one egg, one gill of stock, popper anil salt, sweet herbs, and chopped pars ley. Mix all the ingredients togclher, plac...

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RULED BY KIND ESS CRIMINALS IN A MODEL PRISON. AN AMERICAN SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

RULED BY KIND ESS CRIMINALS IN A MODEL PRISON. AN AMERICAN SYSTEM. in tne Micnigan state prison, U.S.A., inhabited by 700 of the worst characters in the States, 'the aim of the authorities is to humanise and reform the convicts, I not to punish them. The men are' taught trades, and may earn money for themselves ; they may amuse them selves for three-quarters of an hour a dav as thev nlease nn n nlavinir irreen ? bands play to them, and travel ling companies perform in their theatre; they may adorn their cells with pictures and carpets; and by good conduct they may earn large reductions to their sen tences. The model prison Is fully described by Mr V. M. Hamilton in the 'Wide World Magazine.' Hero is his description of a typical day in a new convict's lite: — On the second morning the new pris oner's convict life begins. At six o'clock in the morning he is roused by a bell, when he must arise, dan his suit of grey, make his bed, and sweep his cell. At 'secofid bell' — G.25 — his cell...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

THE LADIES' GOLWMK. USEFUL HXHTS. House Plants often die bccause their leaves are not kept clean. Re member that tho leaves are ! h :* lungs of the plant, and wash them to keep them frea of dust, for thus you will not only add to its beauty, but pro long its life. ? The Care of tho CarpeL Broom. — Once in ten days Wash the carpet broom in hot soapsuds, shake it well, and hang it up whore it will dry , quickly. A broom thus treated will last very much longer than one which is not washed, and it will clean tho carpets much better. I Violet-scented Linen.— Those who love the scont cf violets should place ' ground or powdered orris-root, made into sachets , among their linen, j Florentine orris is tho best, and it may be used among the sheets in the | linen cupboard as well as in the drawers in tihe bedrooms. ! Blue Water. — To prevent tho blue in clothes from looking patchy, it is a wise plan to make a quart or two of water a good deep blue, and from that to pour into the blueing tub u...

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EARTH SHOCKS. ROUND THE WORLD IN THREE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

EARTH SHOCKS. ROUND THE WORLD IN THREE | HOURS. I The vibrations of an earthquake are j transmitted along the external crust of j our planet at a speed which the mind can scarcely conceive. Writing in 'Knowledge' on the shock of the San I Francisco earthquake. M. Camile 1 Flammarion says: — 'It was registered .by all the seismo meters of the globe, and It was nbt till they had twice made the tour- of the world that the tremors decreased in force. I have before me ffie diagrams of the oscillations in England (Birming ham), Belgium (the Royal Observatory of Uccle), Austria (Laibacli, etc.), and they show the course of this wave. It passed Birmingham at 1.25, by Green wich time. As the time of 5.13 at San Francisco corresponds to that of 1.13 at Birmingham, we see that it only took twelve minutes to go from San Fran cisco to Birmingham. It arrived at the same time at Brussels (Uccle), and a little later in Austria, where the appara tus registered an oscillation lasting from 2.30 to 5.3...

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FATHER'S HEROISM. CHILD BURNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

FATHER'S HEROISM. CHILD BURNED TO DEATH. Early in tne morning oi me sra janu- . ary (says the 'Daily News') a fire broke out at 102 Livingstone road, Plough road, Battersea, and resulted in the death of a little girl named Dolly Winkle, aged five years, and in serious injuries to six persons. Two families,' named Cox and Winkle, lived In the house, which has three sto ries, and the fire, which it is believed originated in a back room, was disco vered about three o'clock in the morn ing by Mr George Winkle, who gave the alarm. The other inmates were soon awakened, and frantic efforts wore-made to escape from the burning house. -? There was no outlet by way of the door, and several members of the families leaped from the windows on the second and third storeys. Mrs Winkle and ?n..l..,l„ lnnrlorl nn Ira o house, the roof of which gave way be neath them. In the meantime Mr Winkle had rushed into the street by the front door and had given the alarm to his neighbors. The wind, which was b...

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FORTUNE'S CHANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

FORTUNE'S CHANCES. Once more the groat Spanish Christmas lottery is an event of the past. Amid the usual scene of breath less excitement, 34,740 wan proclaim ed to* bo the winning number of. the first pri'^e, ' ol gordo' of L200.000. 'The ticket bearing this number was rlii. ;-!,-,! ll.oc. C M » » « C * fcj41114 sub divided into fractions, so that over 700 persons might be said to havo an interest in it. Most of these people belonged to the p:orer classes of Alicante, where joy new reigns supreme. Some, touching stories are told of some of the lucky gamblers. One poor shopkeeper of Bilbao was on tho point of being sold up for debt when the news of his winning arrived just in the nick of time to save him from ruin. A workman, whose sick child needed expensive treatment, drew 1/120. A yoifng man Whose marriage has been put off for lack of funds, was overjoyed at being made the recipient of L1.60 Sonor Agullo, an inkeeper of Alicante, is one of fortune's favorites. One of his employes ...

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SMILING JAMES. A VAGABOND WHO BEAMED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

SMILING JAMES. A VAGABOND WHO BEAMED. James Galvin appeared at Clerkenwell Sessions on the first day of the New Year as a sort of Mark Tapley. He was arraigned as an incorrigible rogue and vagabond. On entering the dock he sur veyed the court with a smiling face and beamed good-humoredly at all who re turned his gaze. Mendicity-officer Fryer declared that Galvin had, been convicted many times for drunkenness and disorder and beg ging—and the prisoner still smiled as he beat a tattoo on the dock ledge. P.-C. 161 C- said he saw the prisoner In Gerrard street, Soho, and heard him say to one man, 'Give me money. I'vo got a revolver in my pocket,' and . to another, 'If you don't give me money I will bash your brains out.' evidence

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MR. ROOSEVELT'S ROMANCE. [?]Y ADMISER LEAVES HIM HER PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

I^TR ROOSEVELT'S ROMANCE. ADMISflR LEAVES HIM ' IlKn. PIlOPERTX; York 'World' publishes -i tale connecting the lin'me of Roosevelt with that of Mrs ^^?j^^rrover, of Now York, who a fortnight ago, :if lenving^iiil her pro seventeen, -a ltd became n widow nr eighteen. While still Iu his toons. Theodore Roosevelt, fresh' from Har vard, went to Medorn, Dakota, and 'bought n ranch. Mrs Grover lived hoar Medor.i,- nud was one of tho few ? women in that section ?' the country iu those wild days. In after days she used frequently to tell of long rides which she took over the prairie with the young New Yorker. Apparently, however, the impression created on her romantic heart by those equestrian roamings was not shared by the future President, whose book on his janching experiences docs not con tain any references to Mrs Grover. When, however, President Roosevelt went on Ills hunting trip n year ago, she sent him a diamond-studded revol ver. Sho also claimed to have met him in New York, when ...

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A SOLOMON WANTED. TWO MEN CONFESS TO KILLING THE SAME WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

A SOLOMON WANTED. TWO MEN CONFESS TO KILLING THE SAME WOMAN. A soiomon will be required to give judg ment in a murder case which is just re called by the confession of a man named* Jacob Bloesch. In the autumn of 1905 Mme. Bloesch was murdered near the village of Sombe val in the Jura district of the Canton of Vaud (Switzerland). She had been killed by one blow from a wHir* hoH pierced her heart. Her husband was arrested on sus picion, and also, a man named Messarll, but when Messarli confessed to' the crime the husband was released. The two men were unknown to each other. Messarli was sentenced to four and a half years' penal servitude Jactfb Bloesch, who has now been ar rested at Nldau for robbery, now de clares that he murdered his wife, and that Messarli is innocent. — 'Dally Express.' I

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ASSASSINATED. A RUSSIAN STATESMAN. SHOOTING COUNT IGNATIEFF. NEW TERRORIST CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 21 March 1907

ASSASSINATED. A RUSSIAN STATESMAN. SHOOTING COUNT IGNAT1EFF. NEW TERRORIST CAMPAIGN. The London 'Daily Mail' of the 24th December gives the following respect ing a Russian horror shortly reported in a cable message to 'The Herald':— On Saturday, at' five o'clock in tho afternoon, in the refreshment room of the Nobles' Assembly Ilall at Tver, an -unknown person killed Count Alexis Favldviteh--fffw''-e». who had arrived from St. Felcrsburg'on Friday in order to take part in the Zemsfvo meeting of the Tver Government. Count Ignatieff was sitting nt a tablo with several other nobles. Marshal Kre cheleff, and two district deputies, Prince Putyatin and Prince Pshclavski, when a stranger who was drinking beer at the'bar stopped up to the table, sud denly drew a revolver, and tir^d five shots, hitting Count Ignatieff Mil the breast, heart, and shoulder. The count collapsed, and died almost immediately. ? The murderer, who is a young man ot twenty-two, lied into the billiard room and iired t...

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