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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

Stratford's Boots and Mercery. A long felt want supplied by its opening- in the main street Mubwillumbah, witli a large and carefully selected stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Collars, Ties. Sixirts, Hosiery, and Stsits to Measure. Our representative visits Mullumbimby and surrounding distsicts peri odically, with a full range oi samples. Wait for him and you will be suited Note the Address : STRATFORD'S Tweed Boot Palace & Mercery Establishment JHURW1LLUMBAH. F. A. ROW'S Brunswick Emporium. Just Opened, a Range of Ware ^ houses Samples. 12 doz. Ladios and gents pnrses, ranging from Is to 10s 6d 12 doz. Ladies Rack Combs, to clear, 9d each 6 doz. Ladies Glove. Holders, black, blue, cream, pink, at cost price. 15 doz. Hair Brushes, eye openers, ranging Is to 5s 6d 20 doz. Children's Cold Bead Neck lots, 2d each - 12 doz. Ladies Muslin Aprons, Is 3d to 4 s Cd 6 doz. Ladies Jackets, latest style, lis 6d to 25s. 2 doz. (only) Ladies Back and Side Combs (o go at ridiculous prices. 12...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON'S SUNDAY. A DAY OF REST. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

LONDON'S SllfNDAY. A DAY OF RESTV . Out into Fleet street, and! but nine thirty of tho clock. A blank Sunday; the article eafly written and off my mind. Nine-thirty. Why, they are still up, and tho fire will be in. Haste, my bright-eyed motor-' bus. Did I ever dispraise theo 7 Then hear me now. Forgive — and haste. Or do nou lutgivu, IIU1, ycu nuauu. No 'bus yet, but many people. Fleet street is full of pedestrians. They throng the narrow pavomonts. They stream Eastwards. No excite ment, no disorder. ' Orderly, very ordenly. Solemn, very solemn. A spontaneous movement, expressing a copimon desire, and achieving a com mon purpose. The, East has marched down to the West, and is marching homo again. It is Sunday, and the people are resting from their labors, it is the day of rest, and the youth of the greatest city in the world are disporting themselves. PROMENADERS. I am too interested to board the motor-'bus when it j-assos. I must see more of. these promenaders. I walk Westwards and...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

Mips. McCATHIBS 'LL 000Da f0™D P0a'01i A ( (BYSXa'n*Sr*88 XJD-HSJEX« ffiHOFFIHO HOV8B FOR MBSS ^ M4TBR1ALS, SIIJCS, HAMCHBSTER. BLANKETS, CURTAINS, L.ACES, RIBBON S, GLOVES, JACKETS, COSTUMES, BOOTS, «VO., «t«.

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A CANINE RITZ. HOTEL FOR DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

A CANINE RITZ. HOTEL FOR DOGS. 'Dogs' Hotel. Tom Brown's country. Dogs received here during owners' ab sence from home; excellent exercise grounds; first-class references. Apply Manager, Dogs' Hotel, Idstone, Shriven ham, Berks.' i The above advertisement in a weekly | sporting journal prompted a ' Datl.v j Mail' correspondent recently to visit Idstone — an old-time hamlet nestling under the Berkshire Downs and about I five and a half miles from Swindon, I nnd in the centre of the one-time fum- | ous coursing district of Ashbury, which was formerly celebrated for its truiniug of (logs for coursing as the Downs are now for the training of horses. It is here that the Dogs' Hotel is situ ated, close under the Downs known to all readers of 'Tom Brown's School days.' An inquiry for the Dogs' Hotel was. met with a courteous responso. and the writer was conducted to « charming old-fashioned house, nnd he was soon iu conversation with the pro prietor, Mr A. F. W. Parke. A more congenial spo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

1 TT~r ???? mi Hicks' Ideal Poison Carts. They are tho nearest approach to -? a Perfect Poison Cart obtainable. SIMPLE. STRONG. DURABljE. Hicks' Powerful Fumigators and Pit Traps Are used successfully throughout the Commonwealth. ....WRITE FOR PARTICULARS.... T. JE3L. HICKS, Patentee and Manufacturer, SO High 'St., .North Botany, SYDNEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

Remedy for Tick Fever. In view of the prevalence of tick fever or redwater, we. publish the following method of treating cattle suffering from that disease. Mr. A. H. Cory, M.R,C.V.S., veterinary sur geon to the Department of Agricul ture and Stock, describes it is the best to be found, and states that to successfully treat animals suffering from the disease medicines must be administered in the earliest stages. The first sympton unually noticed with milch cows is that the secretion of milk is somewhat diminished, al though the animal is generally other wise apparently healthy and still feeding; but if the temperature of the animal is taken with a chemical thermometer it will at once be seen that there is an increase of tempera ture — namely, from- about 101.3deg. Fahr. {normal) to probably lOodeg. or I07deg Fahr. This is when treat ment is of the greatest value, and I would recommend the following : — - 6oz. to lloz. each of Epsom salts and common table salt, aud 2 to 4 drachms of ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Entombed Miner. THE RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

T5ie Entombed Miner. THE RESCUE. The work of reseuing the Italian Varisclietti, whose entombment in the 1,000 feet level in a flooded miuc at Bonnie Vale, W.A., was continued with untiring effort throughout the week.(says the ' Sunday Times). . ? On Thursday' Inspector Cmbb wired from Bonnie Vale: — 'Varisclietti was brought to the surface at 7 o'clock. Doctor thinks that he is in very good health.' There was an animated scene at the surface, men standing ready to haul the Union Jack and the Italian flag to the poppet heads the' moment the cage appeared. The skip eame up at 5.30, the occupants reporting that Varisclietti had been brought to No'. 9 level, where he was receiving nourishment. The flags were immedi ately unfurled. Half an lionr later the skip brought Varisclietti to the surface amid an outburst of sheering. Diver Hughes, who came up with him, was accorded a great ovation. Diver Hearne was also heartily ap plauded. Varisclietti had to be lifted out of the cage. He was we...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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China's Awakening. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

China's Awakening. According to German advices re ceived {from Shanghai, the Chinese Government has ordered, through a German firm, 2,000,000 rifles, with a ? view to arming the troops throughout ??. the Chinese Empire uniformly. ? Chinese army manoeuvres held to wards the close of last year were des cribed by an eye witness as a. set piece carefully prepared long before hand by a utimber of Japanese ad visers. The inefficiency of 1 he officers was described as being conspicuous, . ? but the material was reported upou ?- ???;?, as good. Situations occurred which, if repeated in war, would be disat trousl The spoctaelc of two contend- ? ing forces blazing at each otlip.' while standing in close formation a*1 ? 6j0 yards' distauce suggested methods of warfare more suitable to the bow and arrow period than to that of the . modern rifle, though the noise' of tho - - ? fusilade was Jiighly gratifying to the Chiuese spectators. : * Practically all the forces engaged . had been instructed ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commonwealth Meteorology. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

Commonwealth Meteor ology. Under instructions from the Min islerjfor Home Affairs the Common' wealt h Meteorologist, Mr, Hunt, h;i» visited tho observatories in the capi* tal sites of the States, and ha* ? reported in respect of each state on the manlier iu which the meteorologi cal service is conducted. Mr. Hunt has now submitted his report to tlis Minister. It is anticipated that by 1st. January nest the Comrnonweali h ? will be in a position to relievo the states of the service. The Central Bureau of Meteorology for the Com monwealth will bs under the immedi ate personal control of the Common wealth Meteorologist, aud among its other functions will be thesupervi- * sion of observing stations, climat' ology, predictions and storm warn-., ings, summaries of current weather, * caro of ? standard instruments and verificatibn to be used at various observing stations, and maritime meteorology. It is proposed that the ? Central Bureau will issue ocean fore- -. casts for the entire Austr...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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PERSIA. RAIDERS KILLED BY RUSSIANS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

PERSIA. RAIDERS KILLED BY RUSSIANS A telegram from Tiflis states in the 'Times Weekly' of ISth January, that, while in the pursuit of a band of Per- . lan robbers who had carried off cattle frmp, a Russian ' TillRge.-£.n_ tho river Aras, forming the RusEO-PersiJrr'ijtH**^— dary, a detachment of rural police, 50 strong, crossed the stream and entered Persian territory. Overtaking the rob bers, the Russian force recaptured the stolen cattle and killed four of the band. On its return journey the detachment encountered armed nomads and in the ensuing fight the latter lost two men and five camels. Last week a detachment of 12 Persian Cossacks attacked two employes in the service ot the firm of Lynch Brothers, v he were engaged in superintending re pairs to the Manzarieh bridge on the high road to Kum. Ono of the men, who is a British subject, received a snot through his helmet, but was not injured, and his colleague, ail Austrian subject, also escaped unhurt. Another curious incident is ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MILLIONS ON BRIBES. EFFECT OF THE NEW ENGLISH ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

MILLIONS ON BRIBES. EFFECT OF THE NEW ENGLISH ACT. Although U10 new Act for (lie Pre vention of Secret Commissions anil Bri bery has only been In force a fort night, it has already had a most whole some effect ou business morals. A represeutallv.: council of business men at the head of each trade Is being formed to administer the Act, and a public meeting I.' to be held to call at tention to the Implored state of af fairs. Mr John Burns, the President of the Local Government Board, has circular ised the municipal authorities, sending each a copy of the Act to remind tlieui that it applies (o them as well as pri vate business firms. 'Millions hare been given in bribes aud secret commissions,' said Mr Gwyn, secretary (o the Prevention League, to -iu 'Express' representa tive recently, 'but since 1st January, when it became an indictable offence there has been a marked diminution of 1 110 eril. ? ' . 'The league has been well supported, and the legal definition of the exact position of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

I THE FREEMANn^^^Hpl 1 L llfl Phenomena I ' \®j| 'Success in Curin^B|^^^^H' tid MENH Biseas^H I ''IXSSSL.' Due Principally | Cured of Nerve Weakness. to the Fact that I WE . KNOW HO^^B,; | By our method wo aro onabled to reach tho vital spot with our direct Jl S J(r . drives ©very disoaso germ from tho system by going to tho root of tho dieordj^^H^^B \ 2a ® iti variably obtain satisfactory results because our searchiug examination brings ? g n®^uro aud extent of tho troublo. Our oxperienco in curing tlu Diseases'o^^^^HH ?* ji Men extends ovor a long period. Our facilitios and our treatment is moBb certain and^BHH'14 * porfoct. *5 | . .. Wo espocially invito those who havo daop*soatod and chronic disorders to call and A bo examined, Consultation aad examination is /reo and carries- with it no obligation | to engage our services. j »- fe Our Inatitutos aro equipped with tho most modern and Bciontific .mechanical jg dovicea for tho treatment of ohronic and polvic dist-aaos of men. Our ...

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TURBINES FOR THE NAVY. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

TURBINES FOR THE NAVY. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS. ! In marine engineering nothing has made greater advances recently than the Parsons turbine engine, and we ('Lloyd's Weekly') are in a position to state that Important developments in : this connection are pending in ,tlie navy. sarily one of the most vital pxiints in the efficiency of a warship, and we learn that the close attention which has been paid to it by the authorities for several years past has now been brought to a delinlte issue, j In p-oint of fact, the Admiralty has resolved that in future all British war ships shall be fitted with turbine en gines. This is no hasty decision, but has been determined on after careful ' consideration, due largely to the splen did success of the battleship Dread nought. Naval critics throughout the world have been following the career of this wonderful vessel, and there can be little doubt that very soon all the great nations will copy the example of Groat Britain, and adopt turbines as the s...

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[?]S RUIN. [?] WARSHIPS. [?] AN THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

I^IH^uinA B^H^M^nrwARSHiPS. HBM^^^B^ntheory. ?^m correspondent, of the . Rites on 17th January I ttiudolf Martin, who gain famc by his book on the ussia, now prophesies th« V Groat Britain's wc;-- Id- yl) y the solution of aerial / UnHV rates his theory on this HWfe' ncw book of -'ascinating IrHVhicb will be published to Jjj^^Hr^lrider the title, '' I'rom Bor Bagdad fthe German worlfl / J^^Htacy in the^ .,j / 'ng era of aerial ^HK,tion. ' The professor favored !- S^Rhis evening with explcnitory HBTnents on thu political signilicancc JKis book, lie declares that aerial ' ^p;jg-aticn will deprive Great Britain Hther isular isolation. ? ? 'hen airships can travel from the - itincnt to Great Britain as easily :v:,f«'/and fa;- more rapidly then trains f pr move from one point to another, i yreat Britain will cease to' obtain ! jghc strategic advantagu of her geo igttraphical position. Airships, ho p?\says, will rob Britain of the trememl ous gain now accruing from th3 / ocean beating on ...

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EXPLORER TURNED BACK. TIBETANS THREATEN TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

EXPLORER TURNED BACK. j TTRETANS THREATEN TO DEATH ,i Dr Erich Zugmayer, who has return- j cd to Vienna after a sensational journey in Tibot, has supplied Reuter's Agency with further in teresting details of his travels. Tho doctor, who was obliged to turn back westward on reaching the eastern end of the Panggong Lakes owing to orders from Lhasa, says : ' The first attempt tq. interfere with us was made by two Tibetans who had been sent out to warn us and order us to stop. I paid no atten tion to their request, and we went on our way. ' Two days later six armod men, headed by an official, appeared on the scene and threatened Lo shoot us if we refused to turn back. Our armament consisted of three carbines, two pistols, and throe guns, uf which it was quite obvious the Tibetans were much afraid, so thoy confined themselves to accompanying us ,and continuing their threats. ' On the following day wo camped near the village of Noh, half a day's march from Rudok, and to our dis may were c...

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"WHO'S WHO?" SOME PECULIARITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

'WHO'S WHO?' SOME PECULIARITIES. Anyone taking the trouble to count them up would find that there are no fewor than 14(5 entries under tho noma cf Smith in tho 1907 ' Who's Who.' The Browns total up to fifty-throe (those who spell their name with tho final ' o' to thirty s-a,i, ana Lnc .Joneses come out at forty-three. These figures aro exclu sive of any double surnames in which these names occur. A certain Cap tain Abadie has the honor of loading off these miniature biographies; arid the Charge d'Adaires of Uruguay, Signor Don Alphonsc de Zumaran, is . the last name, in tho book, '.'his is one of the shortest notices, the diplo matist being content to give merely j his name and his particular officJ. The c'l'.ilerenco between tho amount of space given to well-known persons in various walks of lifo Is noticeable. Thus, a South Afitican cleric, tiio.Rev;.i A. G. Wirgman, D. D. , gets not. ;far ?-? I short of a column of biographical ?! matter, . .wlvilo ? Sir Gerard Noel has sixteen ...

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MUSICAL "TELEPATHY." ON A PIANO. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

MUSICAL 'TELEPATHY.' ON A PIANO. A thought-reading performance wns I Introduced at the Hippodrome on Janu ary 14th by a clever pair of performers styling themselves Trilby and Svengall, which is calculated to arouse as much controversy as the puzzling display by the Zancigs at the Alhambra. | When they had concluded tholr ' turn ' last evening a gentleman rose In the auditorium and said that he was prepared to give L100 to any London hospital if the Zancigs succeeded in du plicating it. Trilby i3 a charming young lady at tired in evening dress. She is seated at a piano on the stage, while Svengall, a dark, middle-aged man, enters the au ditorium. Svengali receives from the auditors the names of any musical pieces they care to specify, and immediately he is given the name Trilby plays and sings the number. The remarkable part of the proreed ing is that Svengali does not once turn his face to the stage, nor does he seem ingly communicate with Trilby in any visible way. Certainly he do...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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LADY ANNERLIE'S PRINCIPLES. OR, IN TOUCH WITH THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

LADY ANHERLIE'S PRINCIPLES. OR, IN TOUCH 'WITH THE PEOPLE. By MRS NEISH. j *' My dear Alice,' suid Lady An nei-lic. bending impressively towards ! me as she graciously handed mo a pilal.e of hot tea-cake, ' I assure you, yoi' do not understand them.'- ' But, dear Lady Annerlio, I really think the lower class ? ' 'Toorer class,' amended my hostess. ' Wo aro most of ua poor nowa days,' I said sadly. ' Tho poorer classes hava tho most tender feelings, tho widest sympa thies, tho noblest ? ' I don't think Evelina is very noble,' I murmui-od rebclliously. ' My dear child, if you are going to be flippant wo really cannot dis cuss the subject ? ' ' I'm sorry,' I said penitently, ' and I know how good you are to tho lower — I mean the really poorer classes ;. but I don't honestly seo why that should make you consider' (hem our equals.' j ' They aro more than our oqtials,' said Lady Anno.rlie, ' they, are far above us in morality, in honest en deavor, in ? ' ' Not always in the cleanliness t...

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DRURY LANE SCHOOL. THE SKY PARLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

DRURY LANE SCHOOL. THE SKY PARLOR. Tucked away (remarks a , writer in the ' Daily News' cn ISLh January) in one corner of Drury Lane Theatre is a cosy little room known as tho ' sky parlor.' This room is tho schooilrcom of the children who taku part in the pantomime. As soon as the rehearsals commence at \Drury j jjuiiu uLuonuuiice at uie urury y juano ! School is required. A bright sketch of this school, supplied by ' llrurio lanus' to the ' College MagaziVe^i^ shows that the pantomime childr,|^HH| l education is carefully looked afl^HH j On matinee days the hours are frl^^B nine o'clock in the morning till 12. | when lessons are over for tho day, that the .children have time for dinnoj^H and recreation before appearing oi^B| the stage, and in the morning in H iorval hot coffee und buns are sup- V 1 plied at tho expense of the manage- fl I ' Sometimes the call-boy wilsl come into the schoolroom with a nv.ssago j to the effect that some of the chil | dren are wanted downstairs for r...

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LADY MIL[?] A NOTABLE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907

LADY MXLnHHH A NOTAULlfl^^HB^^H The death the Coutts serves to aggregation of wealth come Into women's hnn\S^^^^H^MDB Who Is the richest is Impossible to say ex^HH^^^HlH the position must be givenHBH|^^^H German girl who Is best Mrs Hety Howland GreenT^^B^^f^^H richest woman in the United Is popularly supposed to be ten to fifteen millions sterling. Some years ago a writer estlm^^B^ll^^H the six richest women were dora Couslno,. o South Amoricai^^^^H^H owner credited with forty milllon^^H^^H Green, the Baroness Burdett-Coutt^^^^^H the Marquise de Roda, who 'prot^^^^H^ divide eight millions between IhiS^^nH Miss Garrett, and the Russian, Mada^^^^H Woleska, having roughly four milllo^^^H between, them. To this list many aW^H ditions could be- made, slich as -Mi^HHj Lewis-Hill, who died only a few week^^H ago; Miss Anna Gould, the sister-in-laf of the Count Castcllane, whose extravV'iBBI gances have been recently brought tc light; the present Duchesses of Marl borough and Roxburghe; Mi...

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