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When the Wicked Rise. Published by Special Arrangement. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK II. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

When the... Wieked Rise. Fnblistaed lby Bpecl«il At-va»^en,el|t. A. Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. ^ ....By... Frederic Hliddooison. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK n. CHAPTER VIII. ( Continued ) 'Thank God for. that,' Madden broke forth with a big sigh of reliuf. Grey then told Madden and Kath leen all that he had seen and heard from the beginning, only refraining for Kathleen's sake from making refer ence to the manner in which lie had been oheated. The sudden flight of the pair of sooundrels from the house thev were unable to understand, though, all having agreed that it was Jaoomb who struok Dudley, the latter himself had a suspioion of what the oause was. ' What a fcol I have been,' Mad den said. ' My foolishness will cost me dearly. I shall be cashiered, dis graced, dishonoured 1 . How can I faoe my uncle, the Vice-Admiral, again ? He will never forgive mo.' Kathleen had during the conversa tion sunk into the groat arm-chair. Her head was buried in her arms, and she sobbed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

Broomhali's Australasian Wheat Ready Reckoner. V -- This book, oompiled by Mr. L. E\ Broop hall of 18 Bridge Stroet, Sydney, the compiler of tho Grain Moroliants Roady Reokoner, ooniointly with Mr. G. K. Gregson has boon ? printed and published by Messrs. MoOarron Stewart & Oo., ii Pitt Stroet, Sydney. By its aid one oan ascertain at a glanoe the Invoioe value of a parcel of wheat of any weight at any prioe. The Railway Rates of all tho States of tho Commonwealth from tho various wheat forwarding stations; whioh are all enumerated in alphabetical order, also appear ; together with an ' equivalent taDie by means ot whioh ono oan ascertain the rate per bushel inourred in railing wheat. It is very apparent that great oare has boon bestowed upon the compilation of the work and w? think that every ^tillsy-itfl-ngiilr KB flverv1* 'Wheat throughout _ Australia shouidjje~poa9ossod of a copy, whioh can bo h&fjSrom tho compiler, 18 Bridge St. (poBtal -Address Box 1221 G.P.O.) ...

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THE LITTLE BROWN JUG. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

THE LITTLE BROWN JUG. There was onco a llttlo brown jug Stood on the mantelshelf, Just a common llttlo brown jug— , . ? Nothing In itself. ? : But there was a story Hanging to that Jug; . ?'? Anil tho children listened— Sitting ou tho rug. . ???-.; v.n,-,-.;. Said tho llttlo brown jug : *?' 'Though I'm old and cracked, I was onco tho witness Of n splendid act. ?- N - 'Carlo and tho baby J Wero playing on the floor. But no one 'saw a gipsy - Hide behind tho door. 'Ills eyes wore on the baby— _ So happy anil so good. - - ? He meant to snatch her quickly, ' ? And vanish through the . wood. ? ? vj 'But Carlo smelt a stranger, . r. : And as he snatched the child Bravo Carlo sprang upon him , With an angry bark and wild. '?'?'?'Tv 'Though ho was but a puppy, He fought with all his might; i, Tho gipsy dropped the baby, And fled Into the night. 'With frightened haste tho mother came, - ^ Hearing strange footsteps near, J Saw at a glance tho flying rogue, I Tho dog, tho baby dear. ? 'Burstin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

fcB 1 ? ? — ? ''?Butter. Just Published. Tables of Commercial Butter j,-.---.,. ?' Computations, . ?, by - ???*-.???'? PERCY A. SCARR. ' For the use of Creameries, Butter Factories, and all those interested in the manufacture of Butter, and ? . the Dairying Industry. _ ' Voted by all Factory Managers who are using it to be a great Labour Saver and indispensable. ' Price £2 2s.' / . Bound in leather, printed on extra strong paper. .... 'McCARRON, STEWART & CP., ? V, . PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS, 44 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. , ? ^ ' ? - ? --7-T51 TO COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS. *''X ? ' I' ». — ?'** ???',?;! Have you seen the i 10536^$} STftWOftRP ? ? ? ' ' 'C0MPUTIWe BCALE' ? ' ' ^ Wrlla lor Illiistrnt.il THec l.fBla. THE STANDARD eOMPUllKG SCALE COMPANY, 'i- ??, Union Chambers, . v '- PITT STREET, SYDNEY. ^ BROOMHALL'S ' Australasian Wheat Ready Reckoner Obtainable from Compilers — Box 1221, G.P.O. ; AND FROM ( JcCarron, Stewart & Co.. 44 Pitt Street, Sydney. Price, 10/6. Postage, ...

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QUEENSLAND V. NEW ZEALAND WHITE PINE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

QUEENSLAND V. NEW ZEALAND I WHITE PINE. Immense quantities of white pine are annually -shipped to Australia | from Now Zcalgnd for conversion into butter boxes. An agitation has been set afoot to displace the New Zea land timber, with Queensland white pine, and saw-millers in this colony are watching with' interest the tests which are being conducted by ex perts in Australia with tho object of | ascertaining whether tho New Zea- 1 land article can be. done without. In I the most recent test', ijy Government experts in Sydney, butter from the same churning was placed in boxes f made tjf Nj3w /.(--aland whl.to pine and tjueerislunti white pine. The jiuttqr (says (he ''.'Sydney Morning Herald'!) was pi a cod in Colli storage for a tiipc, and was- taken out two days before ItiS . kxnmination, so that it inigh.t bo in about the same condi- ! libH in wiiieh butter usualjv ? appears i on (lie grocer's counter. 'I'he boxes j were brought Out with the o ilsUlcs ; covered so that the wood cou...

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THEY MUST SING OR DIE. OPERATIC ARTISTS ON THE STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

THEY MUST SING OB DIE. OPERATIC ARTISTS ON THE STREETS. At Woolwich Police Court on 29th' ' November, Edward Griflin, operatic singer, and Clias. Jenner, 22, chorus singer, were charged ? with placing themselves in Chestnut road. Plum stead, for the purpose of gathering alms. Griflin said they were performing some good work. They were ? singing 'The Soldiei's' Chorus,' from Faust. I-Ie appealed to the constable to say if tliey were not singing well. The constable said they were sing ing 'very nicely.' They were - _ a quartette. (Laugkter.) Mr Baggalay: llow coulrj^wo men sing a quartette? (Laughter.) The constable said there were two others who were not receiving money. Griffin said they had done the same in the best streets of London, and hnd not been stopped. They did it when they were out of engagements. He had been prmcipal bass in Tur ner's Opera Company, but the pro fession, like others, was overcrowded, and they must either do that or die. Air liaggallay said he was inclined ...

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KEEP THE SEPARATOR CLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

KEEP THE SEPARATOR CLEAN. If the mechanical carc of a machine Is important as affecting its durabil ity, the sanitary caro of the machino is doubly so, as affecting tho purity of tlih product which passes through it. The purchaser of a farm separa tor has been told again and again that it. must be kept in perfect order. It is not enough to rinse the machino out with a little warm water and- let it stand until next time. It is tho slime and solid particles of unclean matter in tho milk that are caught and held in the bowl. Tho tempera ture is just right to start this mato rial into decaying at onco, and if tho parts are not . clean, an evil smell soon develops. The machine must bo well washed after every separation of milk. 1 Tho dishcloth, as found in the avc- , rage kitchen, should never bo used on dairy' utensils. It is the exception where one will bo found to .smell sweet an hour after, it has beon used. And yet milk utensils are often washed with it and wined with a towel that h...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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DESERTED BRIDE. YOUNG WIFE'S REMARKABLE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

DESERTED BRIDE. YOUNG WIFE'S REMARKABLE STOIIY. Mr Richard Wood J ames Pike, re siding at 8 Park. View terrace, Wim bledon Park road, wiis summoned at the South-Western Police Court on 29tli November, by his wife,.. i.i/^ie ? Agnes Pike, living at Tho Nook, Pir biight road, . Soutlifields, Wands worth, for alimony on the ground of licr husband s rclusal to provide her with a home. The defendant failed to put in an appearance. Tho complainant said sho became acquainted with her husband when acting us companion to his mother. He married hor in July last,' and after tho honeymoon had been spent at Bournemouth he, to her great as tonishment, intimated his intention of not living with her any longer. Tho Magistrate: Had you a quarrel at all? — Witness: Oh, no. He said he J was returning to his mother, o^jl ad-^J vised me to enter domestic sMkaa The Magistrate: Have you^^^^^^^H since? — No, the Ji'f.S' several times, but he takes no notice. The Magistrate: It seems extraordi nary. What is...

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Cure for Greasy Heels. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

Cure for Greasy Heels. A correspondent in the Auckland ! 'Weekly News' writes: — My mare was about as bad aS she could be, having grease on all four pasterns, but very badly on the two hind ones, on one of which the proud flesh was as largo as a hen's egg. I applied Stockholm tar twice daily for a fortnight, and in less than a month three of the heels were completely cured, and the worst one nearly so. The proud flesh dried up, and cracked and came away in pieces as large as my thumbnail, and for months now there has been none1 coming away, and I have not applied any tar sKice last April, j The mare has never had any , rest, and has always done her 100 miles a week on the road. The hair has grown well, and there is no scar. She drags ono hind foot slightly when breeching a heavy load down a steep hill, otherwise she *is as good as when broken in.

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THE SULTAN'S DIFFICULTIES. WHY FORCE IS NECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

THE SULTAN'S DIFFICULTIES, , WHY FORCE IS NECESSARY. On I'Otli November the Constantinople correspondent of the London 'Daily News' wrote:— Last evening a Council of the Sultan's advisers met at tlie Palace to consider whether to submit to Europe or to re sist. At the moment o£ writing its de cision lind not been communicated to the embassies, though the telegraph will no doubt inform your readers what it is before this reaches you. It is ru mored that the general opinion was to let things drift. Ill ordeVto understand the signifi ?auce of the decision, whatever it inay ;-e, certain facts should be noted. First ind foremost, tlie decision will be that ?f the Sultan. Abdul Hamid is a real ?overeign. Tlure is no presence of a Jonstitntional Government. 'L'etat e'est noi' might be said by him more truly , linn liy any French king. The decision ' irrived at will bo given as that of the -nl)lime Porte, but the Turkish people ind every Ambassador, will regard it as ;hat of tho Sovereign. ...

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Treatment of Foot-Rot. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

Treatment of Foot-Rot. A report on experiments In the curing of foot-rot in sheep by walking them thiough a shallow bath appears in a re cent issue of the Journal of the Board of Agriculture, London. The Board dis tributed thirty baths (16ft. by 1ft.). each accompanied by 1 cwt. of copper sulphate, to a corresponding number of sheep fanners in Great Britain. The instiuc Uions supplied were that .sheep should be walked once a month or oftener through a 5 per cent, solution of the substance (lib. in two gallons of water) after the hoofs in tho case of a bad attack had been cleaned and dressed. Reports from most of the recipients have now come in, and they are quite unanimous in ascribing much benefit to the use of the bath. But it appears that still better re sults will be got by using a 10 per cent, solution (lib. of copper sulphate to one gallon of water), and in stubborn cases, the sheep should be put through the bath as often as once a week. For prevention a 5 per cent, solution i...

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FROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

fftOM Att SOURCES. Germany at present, next to the United States of America, is, according to the British Consul at Hamburg, tlie most important paper-producing country of the world, and the United ' Kingdom ranks only after Germany In this re spect. On the other hand, the produc tion of the United States is about two or three times as great as that of this country. The manufacture of paper and ? I- ? ? ? I„ nn - In nil v-irle nf IJttSlC-UUUlU 1= u.. ... ~ the German Empire, but the most impor tant centres are situated in districts where the chief raw material., viz., wood, is near at hand, or where water power can be easily utilised; thus the largest number of paper mills are to be found in Thuringia, the Harz Mountains, 'Silesia, and other mountainous regions. So writes the 'Westminster Gazette.' When the figures of the millinery slaughter-houses are counted up, they are. the 'Animals' Friend' points out, rather appalling. Ten million birds a . year, it was estimated, were require...

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FARM AND FIELD. Shropshire-Merind Cross Preferred. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

f/mivr /WB fl£lD ShroiisMrp-Mcrind Cross Pre ferred; The following f-epott regarding tho competition in .London as referred to Jias been received by {he National Associa tion of Queensland, front Mr W. 13. Dunleis, wool and jftroducd manager bf the New feeaiand £qan. and Mercantile Agency Company! Lintitedi Londori:— 'A careful fexainlnaiioii bf the two small parcels of iambs 'ex Waitnale iias been made, and' rre iiavtf to ie'porfe as follows:— In order that tile {juestioii as io wiiieh breed is the most suitabld for the London market should liot be left entirely to tiie deeisiun of our Otrii ie preseiiiativej rrti thought it advisable to avail oarse'Ved bf Outside fexpert as-; sistanee — iiamdl}^ a meniijfer bf a firm of. leading bdlesmeri itt feheffieid, and a v.eil^knorrn Jjraeticat buteber, and you will gather front our report that the aiv.ard was giVen In favor of the Shrop shire bread, as ret fertli in enclosed cer tificate, duly signed by thd judges!— 'Five lanibs marked 'Shr...

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HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

HOMELY FARE. ' I Apple Ginger. — Take two pounds of pared and quartered sour apples that are firm and hard, two pounds of loaf sugar and one and one-half pints of clear water, to which has been added one ounce of tincture o£ ginger. Boil the sugar and water till it forms a syrup and then add the apple?, which should be kept in cold water from the time they are pared and cut In order to preserve the shape and color. Boil the apples carefully in the syrup, keeping the pieces entire, and when soft and transparent, but before they have a chance to break, turn Into preserve jars and pour the syrup over them. About one-half hour is required for softening the apples In the syrup. Seal the jars like any other preserve. Rhubarb and Fig Jam. Take l%lb. of cooking figs, well washed and cut into small pieces, and put them into a stone jar. Then take 3%lb. of rhubarb, skin It, and cut Into pieces two inches long, and place these over the flgs. Place 41b. raw sugar upon the rhubarb: cover the jar...

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Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

Religions Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ? 1st Sundaj' of .Month — -Byron Bay 8 a.m. (n.cj, 'Myoeum -10:30, Billi-. midgel 2.80, Mullumbimby; -7.30 v 2ml Sunday— -Bangalow. :11, Opos sum Creek 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 ' 3rd Sundays -Mullumbimby.'lL'a;ni; (ii.C.), Tyngarali 2' 30, 'Byron Bav 7.8° ^ ( 4tli Simda3r : Byron Bay 11 (ir c.), Coopcris Shoot 2.30^ Bungalow. 7.30 ? r 5th Sunday: Byron Bay 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 Rev A, W. Coates

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AN EVENING DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

AN EVENING DRESS. White crepe de Chine is used for this dress, which is made fully but plainly, its elaboration consisting of the bolero, belt and skirt trimming of embroider ed violets. Of course, any other flower could be used, or leaves such as sham rocks or ivy. If embroidery be a cure | for nerves tho amount in this dress should prove efficacious Wings are much worn in the hair, of silver or irid escent sequins. They can be chosen to suit any complexion. A wired bow has rather tlie same effect.

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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

_ R. C. Church.' ?j:Onthoiirst;and;: third 'Sundays of i each nionthi'. Mass is; celebrated : at Bangalow, -on the, sccond at :Mu]luni- ; i lumbimby;- and fourth at Byron;Bay.\ Rev. Father Casey. - ,

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. NURSERY NOTES. SPOILT CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

Ttt£ M J3I£S' COLUMlf.j NURSERY NOTES. I SI'dlLT CHILDREN.. I What Is n 'spoilt child?' Tho prompt an- J Gwer (says a contemporary) of nearly all , ' muses and ot many mothers is : 'A child who has been allowed to havo Its own way.' i Now, does allowing a child to havo 'its .own way' inevitably result in 'spoiling it?' Tho fixed opinion of many women who rear children Is that It does. To roar a child well; according to their viows, is to 'mnko it do what it is told,' and to 'break Its will.' j It is pitiable that this opinion should widely prevail among women who havo tho moulding of children's characters in their power, for I am convinced that It results In producing luoro 'spoilt children', than any amount of petting. 1 In saying this, however, let me hasten to say that I don't wish to assert that child ren should not be constrained to do as thoy are bidden, and should always be allowed to do just as they wish. This would be the pro position ot a Bedlamite but what I do wish women...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

? ? Presbyterian Church. - v. First Sundiy of month : Mullumbini- . . bimby. II;- Byron Bay 3, Spring Vale 7;30 - Secondi Sunday of month: Myoeum -11; Billinudgel 2.39, M'bimby .-.Third Sunday of ? month : Bangalow 11, S])ring Vale 2,30, Byron Bay 7.30 Fourth Sunday of month : ? Myoeum-; 11, Main Arm 2.30. !M'biinby 7.30 Fifth Sundaj' of month.; rSamo as 4th. Rev. .Richard Dill Micky METHODIST CHURCH. ?Feb.-25— Orabb's:Ci'cok llj Billi nudgel 2.80, Myoeum 7.30 (.Rov. G:, J. MacAulay) ; Byroii BiLy ll, Ban galow 7.30 (Mr S. y. Austin)' ; March Gtli. — (Tuesday), 'Mullumbimby Cieok, (Mr J Ciossman ) , 'Sal.vaiion Army. t ; Every Sunday, at 7 a.ni.vrll;a:m;i3ipim^ and,7.30.'p.m. Sunday School at 10i arm- and 2-p.m. Week-nights. — * ? Tuosday 8'p.m.-j-Bi'igadier Vinee. .. ' Wednesday, 8 p.ni Friday, 8 p.m. All arc welcome. J. Dcoblc, (Ensign) Cbe mMllmabiMby Star SATURDAY, FEB. 24 1906'

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DARING HONEYMOON TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

DA.RING HONEYMOON TRIP. - The Count De Lesdain, of the French Legation at Pekln, and his bride, who recently^ arrived at Darjeeling from Tibet, and are shortly expected in Cal cutta, have establisred a record in Cen tral Asian travel. They went north' from Pekln to MInghsI, and thence north again, dis covering two buried cities. They then travelled to the Gobi desert, discovering a new lake, and returned south-west to Liangchow, whence they circuited on the north the lake of ICoko Nur, In Tibet, and arrived at lonely Tsaidam salt swamps. The . daring explorers reached the sources of the Yangtse ICiang River in latitude 3.5S, longitude 91.10. They en dured incredible hardships, and at one time saw no human being for fifty days. They nearly perished on a ter rible mud plateau ~19,S00ft high, only four o'f their transport animals sur viving. Thence the Count and his wife struck south to Lake Tingri Nor and down to the Sang Chu River, avoiding Shlgatse, on the route from India to Lhasa,...

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