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TICK REMEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

TICK REMEDIES. Thus the Northern Star : — Mr. Shelton. of Coorabell Creek- was in town on Thursday, and dis cussing the. possibilities of dealing with the tick outbreak and means of keeping it in check, says he believes that if sulphur could be adminis tered to animals, that ticks -would not fasten on stock, or, if thoy did, they would quickly drop off. He in tends to make a lick and have it tested in Queensland at a centre where cattle aro tick-infested. Mr. T. Heron of Dunoon Road, also makes a practical suggestion, in which sulphur is also bronglit into requisition. Mr. Heron's idea is to havo -a bail surrounded by a small chamber, to which accetj..: and egresB would be obtained by foldiny\doors, and yet so closely fitted as to a'ftaiit of giving the animal a perfect fumi gation with sulphur fumes. This he believes, would kill all insect life, and be perfectly inocuous to thc cattle. The nostrils, he thinics, should be left uncovered, and this might, he says, be easily provided f...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

Usual Fortnightly Sales. Saturday, 30th March, 1907, At 2 p.m. sharp. ? At JAS. PARRISH'S Market Yards. On account .T. Donaghy, Esq. : 6 Very choico Forward Springers, right at tho work On account various owrfors : 40 Head Mixed Cattle ?( 30 Pairs Fowls, some special breeds JlJso, immediately after cattlo sale, on ae v count Mrs. P. Connolly : A really- ii-t.'.o lot of Household Furniture, eijnsistiT.jj of Bedsteads and Bedding, Dover Stoyo. Tables, Safes, Stretchers, Cliairs, Soi'its, Pots, Boilers, Churn, and the' whole tit ihs Furnituro recently used- by Mrs. P. Cou ncily : also, Double seated Buggy and Harness; -.ind. 1 Saddle, nearly new. In tho Mart: Sundries of all descriptions Don't forget, Saturday. 30tli March, at 2 o'clock sharp. JAS, PARRISH, Auctioneer Special Furniture Sale, At house next door to Drill Hall, near School of Arts, Mullumbimby. Saturday, 30th March, at ll a.m. JAS. PARRISH lias received instruc tions from Mr W. Neilson to sell th£ whol.e.of ,-4iis New Fur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

Pianoforte Teaching. Miss Alma White IS prepared, to receive Pupils for tlie -'Pianoforte./ Theory 'ana Practice thoroughly taught. Pupils- prepare for Trinity College Examinations. , -Terms on aplication. Xidmore Steam Monumental ? 'Wolfe Jeffries & J ago, (Lato of Rookv/ood, Sydney;, Monumental .and General Masons, I .. ; KEEN STREET LISMORE. Headstones. Kirbing and Iron Railing, :at Sydney Prices. ... Clients waited on, if advised, at their /own homes. ? . Designs may -be seen at lur M. Mc 'Gougan's, blacksuiitlr ,aj-& jmdertaker, ?tvLo is our local agent. & Architect. ' '* Cha.s Speer WISHES to notify ix . the public of Mullumbimby and district, that; ?he has commenced business here in the :above line. C.S. has had wide experience on the South Coast and in the Western dis-i ttriets, -an can guarantee the utmost ??satisfaction in all branches of the trade. Plans prepared and estimates givfin, ; -Charges moderate. , ^?kmpareil Bakery DALLE? STREET, UUBIMB Y...

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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

II. C. Churcii. Easter Sunday, March 31st — Byron Bay 9 a.m ; Bangalow 11 a.m and 7.30 Sunday, 7tli April — Bangalow 8.30 a.m and 7 30 p.m ; Mullumbimby, 11 a.m Sunday, 7th April — Bangalow, 8.30 and 7.3ft p.m, Mullumbimby 11 a.m. Thursday 4th April — Mr. M Omeara's Tuesday 9th April — J, Wabh's, Ty agarah, (Kelly's Farm) 9 a.m. Si'.mlny l'ltb. April-ByronBay 9 a.m ; Bangalow 11 a.m, and 7.30 p.m Tuesday 16th April — Mr J. Donaghy's, Goonengerry. Thursday 18tli April ; Billinudgol, (Mr. Tarlinton's) 9 a.m. Tuesday 23rd April : H, Ellis'*, Myo cum, 9.30 a.m Tuosday 20tli April : W Akers', 9 a,m May 7th: Rosebank, Mr. E Williams', 9.30 a,m May 8th : P Maguire's, Clunes, 0,30 a,m Rev. M. P. Walslie.

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Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Byron Bay Parish Services. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

licligious Notices ' CHURCH OF EKflT.AND. Byron Bay Parish Services. 1st Sunday of Month — Byron Bay 8 a.m. (H.C.), Myocum 10.30, Billi nndprcl 2.80, 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 4tli Sunday : Byron Bay 11 (ir.C.), Cooper's Shoot 2.30, Bangalow 7.30 Rev A. W. Coates

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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South Coast Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

South Coast Items. Mr John Keenan, of Kangaroo Valley, has had a clearing out sale, and intends leaving shortly for the northern rivers. The death is announced, at Brough ton Vale, of Mr D. Boyd, one of the oldest residents of tho S. C., g.'-. the age of 77, after a lingering illness of three months. Mr Hcmy Wilson's Bomaderry farm, offerd by Stewart and Morton in Nowra on Saturday, was not sold, the bidding not reaching the reserve, Mr L. Cordery, well-known in and around Berry, left Nowra last week for tho Richmond River. He was made the recipient of a travelling bag from his most intimate friends. , Mr Auliffe, of Cambewarra, is about to remove with his family to the Richmond River, whero he has secured a farm on vary favorable ternis.

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Alcohol As Motive Power. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

Alcohol As Motive Power. Temperance advocates will be dis inclined to admit that alcohol is likely to accelerate the speed of any object, except along the downward path that leads to destruction ; but in his presi dential acUTress to, tho engineering as sociation of New South Wales last week, Mr Russell Sinclair warmly extolled the virtues of what is generally termed a thing accursed on the public platform. Mr Sinclair was talking about intense combustion CTigines, and mentioned that for years past Continental Europe had been using alcohol on a largo scale for agricultural motors. Although al cohol had a lower heat of combustion than oil, benzine, or petrol, its effi ciency when used in a motor was more than twice as great, and if first cost could be regulated to equal that of other agents, its use should greatly develop. Its advantages word that it was not so dangerous as oils as it did not explode by radiated heat, and it could be extinguished-4)y water, whilo benzine or . petrol ...

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The ...Trail of the Serpent BOOK THE FIFTH. CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

..Trail of the Serpent By 3VE. 3E3. BRADDOKT. BOOK THE FIFTH. CHAPTER III. — ( Continued .) He is standing talkingfco Richard ; and to see him now, with an opera glass in his hand, his hair worn in a , manner conforming with the usages bi .society, and only in a modified degree' suggesting that celebrated hero of the ''Newgate calendar and modern romancJf,-^ Mr. John Shep pard, a dress-coat, .patont-leather boots, and the rectUVtion white waistcoat, you would thinSf he had never been tipsy or riotous liishis Lfc. , _ X This gentleman is Mr. Percy Cor donncr. All the Cherokees are more or less literary, and all the Cherokees have, more or less, admission to every place of entertainment, from Her Majesty's Theatre to the meet ings of the members of the ' P.R.' But what brings Richard to the opera to-night ? and wlio is that not very musical-looking little gentle man at hite elbow ? ' Will they all be here ? ' asked Dibk of Mr. Cordonner. ' Everyone of them '.unless Split ters is tilla...

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ACTRESSES IN THE PEERAGE A NOTABLE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

ACTRESSES IN THE PEERAGbI A NOTABLE LIST. By the death of the Countess of Clan carty, once Belle Bilton, the beautiful music-hall star, we are again reminded how often the ranks of our peeresses have been recruited from the stage. For the last 150 years peers have been finding that actresses make charming wives. In 1724 Lord Peterborough wed ded Anastasia Robinson; In 1751 tho Duke of Bolton made Lavinia Fenton,, the original Polly Peachum, -of Gay's Beggar's Opera, a Duchess; in 1797 the Earl of Derby took the fascinating Eliza Farren for his second Countess. Louisa Brunton, popular in her day as a singer and dancer, was chosen hi 1807 by the first Earl of Craven; while^ln 1813 Mary Boltou married Baron Thurlow. Notable instances of our timo are, of course, those of Miss Louisa F^irbrother, who became, under' the name of Mrs FitzGeorge, the happy morganatic wife of the late Duke of Cambridge, and Miss Harriet Mellon, who took as hor second husband the I2uke oj; ot Albans, and when ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

By The VARICOCELE \. ? J)r Are chocked, the wasted organs are developed, And vitality of perfcct manhood speedily return. PPOCTATITK cure ^8ea3G without ' IvvO I H 1 1 1 lo dilating. Our cure removes every obs^WI^^^B* iu tion from the urinary pwsasce, allays in* fiommation, etops every discharge, rcducea the prostate gland, - cleansesrand heals the bladder and kidneys, invigorates the weakened ~ organs and restores health and B0ui:dnt8S to every part of the body * ' afflicted by the disease. Mr. W. MAHER, Tasmania, nnn PATCAM Ifyouhavesore throat, mucous patches, Cured of Nerve Troubles. ULUUU 1 UIOUm pimple*, copper colored 9pota, eerea and ulcers bone pains, falling hair or any symptoms of thisdlssase, in cither primary, seconi-iry or other 3ta;e3, consult u* and be forever rid of it. Our treatment cleanses and eradicates every taint of poison and every impurity of tho blood and system. All dauger of transmission or recurrence U removed, Why take mercury and potash foryoars when w...

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ENGINE TURNS TURTLE. PLUNGE FROM AN EMBANKMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

ENGINE TURNS TURTLE. 'fLUNGE FROM AN EMBANKMENT. An engine, to which was attached . a brake-van belonging to the Alexandra .Docks and Railway Company, Newport, met with a remarkable accident in January, at Bassaleg (England). At the junction of the Great Western Railway, and the Brecon and Mer'-'-jr Railway, the line was signalled :.'-ar, but when the engine reach- - the signal, 60 yards from Bo--^ieg station, the 6ignal was sud^'-iV reversed and the catch poiuts'thrown open. There was no time to stop the engine, which consequently ran on to the dead-line and fell down the embankment into a cricket field, a dis tance of 20ft., dragging the van after it. Sam Higton, the driver, and William Durrant, the fireman, managed to save themselves by jumping from the engine, but William Saysell, the guard, was not so fortunate. The van In which he was ieated rolled over several times, and he sustained severe abrasions, besides slight burns. The engine also turned turtle, and cams to a stop in ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

the ^^^^BKon?sthrow from Ithe railway ^^KKon- It 1b a fine, imposing struc Wwre, and will meet the requirements ©{ Billinudgel for years to come ; in 'fact it is worthy of a large town, ;and does credit to Mr. O'Connor and .to the place. The building is two-storey, nicely 'designed, well finished, and laid ont -with a view to comfort and con venience. It is lined and ceiled ?.throughout with mountain, pine, all 'the inside walls being painted sea ?green and picked out in appropriate ?colors, the ceilings being painted a :light grey. Tbe outer walls are of rusticated weatherboards, finished in warm stone color, window stops 'white, picked out in light and dark terracotta. There is a spacious bal ?cony at front and back, with under neath verandah, the balconies and ' 'handrailing ' being done in white. 'The bottom storey walls are 13ft. high ?and the top storey 12ft. The com mercial room is 23 x 10, in which is -a neatly-finished brick chimney. . 'There are 12 -bedrooms of different :...

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[?] Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

Telegrams. of the V.R.C. fonnd ^^m^HKrgec against E. Kelly Victorian club member and the owner of an ex ^^MpTteam of race horses (of at ^^Hrcing to bribe a handicapper, had r-n8tained, and disqualified him. ^^Bessrs. Home and Co., ..Oakley, Hcdams and Coi, and Penfold and Co., Paiave secured 'champion honors ^for ?wine exhibits at the Royal Show. Anastasia O'Neil, licensee of' the Palace Hotel, Sydney died on Mon day from the effects of burns caused !by gloves which she was cleaning' with benzine catching fire -and igni ting a portion of her -dress. 1 Manson ?& Ob's, large draper^ store, Forbes, has been completely-destroyed 'by fire. The insurances on the building total £3000, and on the stock £2000. Drapery valued at .£600 was put into the shop on - the day of the fire, and was uninsured. The Rev. Edward Austin, a Baptist minister, who was relieving at Bulli, fell dead in the roadway on his way from church last evening. He had i jonly left two friends a few minutes tefoie,...

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THE SERVANT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

THE SERVANT QUESTION. Tho proud millionaire entered hte garage haughtily. 'Francois,' he said, 'you took out the new | sixty-horse power Llsmousine again last night i without permission. , I am afraid I'll have to get. another chauffeur.' *.J 'I wish you would, sir,' Francois answered. 'With thoso four big cars there's quite enough work for two of us.'

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TEACHING FRENCH. THE SONG METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

TEACHING FRENCH. THE SONG METHOD. Teaching the French language by . means of a piano arnd songs is the lat est innovation introduced by the Lon don County Council into schools. No more stupid rules; 110 more wrest ling with irregular verbs, instead, a French professor simply ST(S at the piano, plays a few,cliords, and sings : How do yoii do? 'Comment vous portez vous?:r' Thump! 'thump! and a few more or-, peggloi make the French lesson de lightful. 1 ' This method of singing the French lessons is the idea of Professor C. .T. Ader, Ofliclcr de l'Academie, now in tho employ of the London County Council. It is used in the high schools and poly technic institutions of the metropolis: But Professor Ader carries his idea' further. He says that the songs of the Middle Ages-and the Renaissance reflect to a groat extent the history of these periods, and that pupils, by learn ing the songs, learn history at the same time. Professor Ader is now experimenting with phonographs, and these may lat...

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RISING ELOCUTIONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

RISING ELOCUTIONIST. 'Mildred,' said tho proud mother, 'let the lady bear you recite that beautiful poeui you began learning this morning. The little girl compiled — ''Haff a lee, gaff a lee, i 'j Gaff a leo gonnard! All In thn vnlllct Rodo the Sick Sundord!' 'Tbat'o all I member of it, mamma,' sho eaid. 'How remarkable for one eo young!' purred tho caller. 'Think what she'll be wheu she is a few years older!' Ah, yes!

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BURNING STABLES. THIRTY HORSES SUFFOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

BURNING STABLES. THIRTY HORSES SUFFOCATED. Th'^'ty out or sixty horsiog stabled u rifled the arches at the Exchange Rail way Station, Manchester, wcro suffo cated In a fire which broke out In a store there early this morning (10th January.) The arches cover about two acres of land and are honeycombed with pass ages along which are a series of stables, storerooms, etc. When the alarm was raised and the door forced dense volumes of blinding smoke' issued from ?the passages, rendering it .almost Im possible for the firemen to qnter lest they should lose their way. Within could be heard a perfect babel of neighing and the *attling of head chains caused by the frightened horses In the stables. The work of rescuing the animals was at once commenced, -but this was greatly hindered by the fact that several' of the tables were locked. In many of these the terrified animals had broken loose, and were rearing and kicking, and were ivith difficulty secured. Others were stupified by .the smoke, ...

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ONE OF THE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

^ ONE OF THE FAMILY. ?Kro you the editor that takes in society inquired tho caller, an undersized innn, tired nnd timid appealing look on h!a ^ico. 'Yea, sir,' replied the young man at the desk, 'I can take 4n any kind of nows. What have you?' 'Why, it's this way,' said tho caller, lower ing his voice. 'My wife gavo a small party last night, and I'm willing to pay to have this report of thc affair put in the paper.' 'Wo don't charge anything for publishing | society news,' obsorved tho young man at the dosk. taking over the proffered mauuscript and looking it over. 'That'fi all right,' wns tho reply. 'You don't understand. I wrote this up myself, nnd I put in n lino or two that says: 'Mr Half stick assisted his distinguished wife In receiv ing tho guests.1 That's the way I want it to go In, and I don't caro if it costs n dollar a word. I want ray friends to know, by George! that I still belong to tho family.'

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THE LOURDES GROTTO. TO BE TAKEN FROM THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

THE LOURDES GRQTTO. TO BE TAKEN FROM THE CHURCH. The French Government is reported by the 'Temps' to have notified the Bishop of Tarbs that the Lourdes grotto and the property connected with it are to ,be se questrated under the Separation Act. Some time ago the property in connec tion with the shrine was turned into a limited liability company. It now ap pears that the Government regard this action as a subterfuge to evade the operation of the Separation Act. The closing of the grotto would practi cally spell ruin to the district, apart from the serious loss of contributions to the Church made by pilgrims. Seven hundred thousand people visit Lourdes every year and they have to be fed and lodged. The whole countryside Is dependent on the money spent by the pilgrims. If the grotto is closed Lourdes will be reduoed to a poor small town.

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LOVE'S LAST REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 March 1907

LOVE'S LAST REQUEST. 'So you refuse me?' sighed the disconfolato lover. 'Then listen! I shall go far, far away. Time and distance shall swnllow me up. I shall never see your face again.' 'Deforo you go, Harold.' whispered the girl, 'there Is one favor I would ask of you.' . 'Yeo?' He turns with bono rekindled In hl9 heart. 'While you nro going to the far places you mention, would you mind sending mo picture post-mrds from each stopping point? I nm rraUlng a post-eord album, and if you would But with a hollow groan ho fled from her «ld-\ _ .........

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