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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

tl^faSES OF iEHHJiCi^HHfl j By the Freeman ^and Wallace OperatinM^H^B^Jj We Never Disappoint Our Patients ; Promise and Never Hold Out False ' VADirnrPI P we cure Varicocele without - H Trtlyivvv'CLC ligature. Soreness, BW(-rini; and^JH^^Hn|£i!w-?*flfl ? an ? ? ? ? Qj t^0 dilated vei,l8 quickly vanish^r!®|B^ffl)f| ''j ]H| Are checked, the wasted organs are developed, and the WArinth, j and vitality of perfect manhood speedily return. | PPO^TATITIQ cure dbewe without cutting or I ft! rKU^iAlllia dilating. Our cure removes overy obstrno v tiou from the urinary passage, allays hi* I Nomination, ftops every dischunro. reduces the prostate tfland, cleanses- and heals the bladder and kidneys, invigorates the weakened ortrnns and restores health and souiidm-ss to every part of the body nillicted by the disease. Mr. W. MAHEE, Tasmania. nr nnn PHI^ON 1' you have goro throat, mucous patches, Cured of Nerve Troubles. ULul/l/ 1 UlOv/li pimples. Conner colored spots, fltret and ulcere, bone pain...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Can They Do It. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

Can They Do It. Some of the members of the Coun cil of the Progress Associations do not seem to have a very high opiuioa of the yalue of the Board of Health, judging by remarks made at the last meeting, and doubt their ability to give useful information. Mr. Ball moved that the secretary S write to the Board of Health, asking them could they furnish any infor uiu-uuu «is in auw iu gut mi or luoerr culosis in pigs. The motion was seconded by Mr, French. Mr. Gallagher thought they would probably say the same as before, 'boil the milk,' and they all knew that was useless. Mr. Campbell (chairman) said that the board were all right at cutting, down, but they had not attempted to show how tho disease could be got rid of. ? Mr. Gallnghev said he thought tho pi-evious replies of the board to simi- ?'? las questions showed cither - little 'i1 knowledge or that tlioy did not care They would probably again throw ??( the onus 011 the milk, 'and say boil it. '. w When the inspector had told him ...

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North Coast Co-op. Co. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

North Coast Co-op. Co. Manager's report for month ending 28th March, 1907 : — Butter Pay, 8|d for A1 and -7|d for No. 1. Butter manufactured, 367 tons. Second quality 7jd; Total - paid away, £36,816. '%?& Cream. — The supply has decreased' very considerably, in fact much more v than any preceding year for the same poriod. This, we presume, can be attributed to rank grass and heavy rain. If the conditions geuerally are not favorable for a fresh growth of grass, a small Winter supply may be anticipated. Second class quality has been abnormal, but since cooler and drier weather has set in, it' has decreased. We look forward to the percentage being at a minimum in a short time. Suppliers no doubt con sidered harsh treatment had been meted out to them when so much was second. Everyone seemed to be af fected more or less. The very best ? A 1-^ ? ''' ing quality consistent with our brand of butter. No doubt we could have relieved the position by sacrificing t reputation, but we do ...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Byron Bay Charge [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

Prhshytertan Chuuoh., Byron Bay nlmiwo 1st Lord's Day Month — Mullumbim- by 11, Byron Bay 3, Springvale 7.30 2nd Lord's Day, do. — Myocuni 11. Main Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 3rd Lord's Day. do. — Bangalow 11, Springvaie 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Lord's Day — Myocum 11. Coora boll School of Arts 2, Mullumbimby 7.30 ; Springvale (Mr Marshall, preach er), 2.30 5th Lord's Day — Myocum 11, Main Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.20 jSpring vale (Mr Marshall, preacher) 7.30 Rev. Richard Dill Macky

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No title Terrible Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

Terrible Fatality. . A shocking accident hy which four men met their deaths and an other narrowly scaped witli his life, happened at Scarborough on Mon day afternoon. The men were~en gaged driving a tunnel, and had gone in a aistance or aoout ouit, wniio the four unfortunate men were ? v working, it suddenly collapsed, qu.in- . - titles of earth and stone breaking away from the roof and burying ? them under the debris. The names of those killed are: Michael Cav anagh, of Chifton, married; Joseph Billington, Hurstville, single ; Arthur Selby, Scarborough, single; Alfred # Border, West Maitland, single. In jured, Harry Garner, Clifton, single. Witknnt ? ? t'nn ' .. J.ULU.I., ? - roof came away, pinning Billington,-. Selby and Horder to the ground. A, ?/ ' boulder aud a quantity of earth then _,,x. struck Garner, knocking him towards^ c;. the mouth of the tunnel, Cavanagh ' /' j*. escaping from the effects of the first' - fall, pluckily rushed to the rcscue of ' ?'? ' his mates and suc...

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

METHODIST CHURCH. April 21— Mullumbimby 7.30 ; Myo cum 2.30 ; Byron Byron Bay 11 ; (Rev. A. Yates) ; Bangalow 7, 30, (Mr Todd) Monday 22£Moobnll 7,30 ; Wednesday 24, Crabbe's Creek, 7,30 ; Thursday 25, Coorabeli, 2 ; Friday 26, Main Arm, 7,30. Rov. A. M. Yates.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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"Peter Pickle" on Law Proceedings. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

' Peter Pickle ' on Law Proceedings. A rccont contribution 'by the above well known writer in 'The Magis trate ' has moved the ' Tenterfield Star' to comment: — Charles Dickens, through the mouth of one of his well known characters, called the law ' a hass and now , we have 'Peter Pickle ' (it iG to be observed that he' takes the precaution ofldiscussinghis. name) designating it ' a hypocrite ' in an article contributed to the cur rent number of ' The Magistrate.' One might pardon the Law for being a fool, but for being a hypocrite what excuse can be offered ? There is a well-known law phrase, ' Every man is deemed to be innocent till ho is proved to be guilty,' and lawyers have repeated this so often that the public has at length come to accept the assertion as gospel — in fact many worthy people believe that the words are quoted somewhere from the bible. 'Possibly the lawyers themselves be lieve their own statement ; but if they do Petor Pickle does not. He says that ' The practic...

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SALVATION ARMY. Every Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

Salvation Army. Evcrv Sundav. Mullumbimby, 7 and lla.m, and 3 and 7 p.m. ? - ? Tho famine in South China has assumed terrible proportions ; nearly 3,000,000 are in a state of starvation and 5,000 deaths occur daily. The battleship of tho Dreadnought class ordered by Japan to be built in England will be completod during 1909. The vessell will carry twelve 12-inch, ton 8 2-5inch, and twelvo 4 7-10-inch guns. A sisler;vossel is b-'ing built in Japan. ^

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A Definite Premier. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

A Definite Premiere In reply to a deputation urging extension of the railway from Cooma to Bombala, Premier Carrutliers said he was favorable to the con struction of the line. Even the Railway Commissioners have favored its construction to Bombala. Once they got it to Bombala they would soon una tnat it woumgo to uciegate Tho whole district was one which should be opened up, and a railway was the thing to do it. The Govern ment would give Bornbala a railway. He had told the North Coast people that they would get their railway; the press (or a section of it) said they would not get it. Well, what had happened ? He would now give a definite promise that Bombala would get its railway. Mr. Miller : Say next session. Mr. Carrutliers : I will say that you will get the rail- ? way. But I cannot say that you will get it next session. You may get the bill passed next session. But if not next session, I say you. will get the railway, and I say too, that this Government will give it to you. Th...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

- Valedictory. On Friday night last the Rev. C. J. MacAulay, who has been trans ferred to Heleneburg, was farewelled at the Oddfellows' Hall by members of the Methodist Church and -,a large number of friends, Mr. MacAulay being popular here with all denomin-. anons. uuring mr. j.uaca.uiay s tenure here he has been an ardent worker for his church, and be has left behind monuments of his energy and perseverance in the interest of the cause he advocated. As the re sult of his unflagging energy, a new church is now almost completed at Mullumbimby, and tenders have been called, and we believe accepted for a church at Billinudgel, so that he has done good work during his sojourn in the circuit. The farewell took the form of a social gathering, with presentation, songs being ren dered and light refresnmcnts supplied during the evening. The Rev. R. Dill Macky occupied the chair, and in announcing the object for which they had met together, paid a high tribute to Mr. MacAulay as a minis ter ...

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Land Selection Amendment [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

LandSelection Amendment Mr. Forstor, at the last meeting of the Council of Progress Associations again drew attention to the need of a different system in throwing open Crown lands for selection. Ho said that he had seen it announced that the Government intention to tnrow open for selection 9,500 acres in the parish of Tcrania, and 12,000 in the parish of Whian Whian. He moved that the Minister be asked to huiry this matter on and also to throw open all tho land on the same date. He thought this would give a better clianco of people securing farms. Seconded by Mr. Gallaghet*. Mr. French supported, as ho thought this gave all a better chanco than when only trying for small lots. People from New Caledonia might, come then and be tho fortunate ones to secure land, while their own noighbours who wanted a farm could not got it'. Messrs. Blanch and Bryan also supported the motion. Mr. Mitchell thought the system of throwing open the land in small lots was only a part of an abjection able ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

Advice to Lovers.— If you wish to enjoy a long and happy life with your loved one, always keep ready for use a bottle of Dr. Sheldon's Now Discovery for coughs, colds, and consumption. ' Taken when needed, it will cure coughs, colds, ond consump tion, which often end in separation. It will head off disease, and will relievo and prevent catarrh, which often lead to dislike and unhappi noss. It is the best medicine ever heard of for affections of tho throat and lungs which so often attack lovovs, married folk, and single people. It is guaranteed to cure, or money back. You cannot . do better than try it. You had better try it to-day. Obtainable at Bennett .& Sons. LEASE FORMS for Sale, at Star ' Office. One slnlling each. ?

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SANTA CLAUS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

SANTA CLAUS. A witness wns bclns examined as to the sanity of one ot thc Inmntes ol tho asylum. 'You. hold thnt thlt) Inmate Is Insane, do you?' a lawyor nsked. 'I do,' was the Arm reply. 'Why. nro you so sure?' 'The mnn,''the witness raid, 'goes about 'And,' said the lawyer, 'you hold, do you. that when a man goes about asserting that he is 'Santa claus it's, a clear proof of his la sanity?' . !. 'I do.' 'Why?' 'Because,' said the witness, in a loud. In dignant voice, 'I happen to bo Santa Cla-rs myself.' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

Usual Fortnightly Sale, At Ja9. Parrisli's Market Yards, On Saturday, April 27th, At 2 p.m. ' Cattle, Horses, Vehicle:-, Harness, Saddlos Furniture, etc. JAS. 1' Alt RISK, . ' ? AncUonci-r Auction Sale. . SATURDAY, 20th APRIL, 1907, at 2 o'clock. B W. THOMPSON, Jb. & CO. ? will submit to auction, at their rooms, on account of owner, a choice lot of sundries, embracing, Ornamental Trays Sacronietcr, Oil Cloths Anil other articles too numerous to mention. Also, . Best Ontcn Chaff Paspalum Seed lUsill and Worlgos 6 Town Allotments 6 AT BURRINGBAR. 'Wednesday, 1st May, 1907, At 2.30 p.m., At James Gill's Hotel, Burringbar. E C. EWING and F P. EWING ? (in conjunction) liavo received instructions from II. O'Meara, Esq., to sell by Public Auction, Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6, Section 1, Town of Burringbar. Terms Easy, at! Sale. Bemomber day of Sale, 1st May. at 2.30 p.rn Private Sale List 460 Acres black soil forest, level, 20 acres ?scrub, fenced, partly fell and ringbarked, well watere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

^H^^^^^^^^Kctice thoroughly ^J^9H^H^BHHj^F\-r Trinity College ^HHHfmi Monumental ] WBB.-s &. J ago, ' Rookwood, Sydney), ^HHVental and General H STREET LISHOBE. 1 H|^^HR)ncs. Kirbing and Iron Hailing, i Prices. waited on, if advisod. at tlieir HB^s. may be seen afc Mr M. Mc-. J^^Wn's, blacksmith, and [undertaker, Hiider & Architect. W Chas. Speer BrTTTISHES to notify to the public of * . Mullumbimby and district, that Rc has commenced business here in the r C.S. has had wide experience on the 'South1 Coast and in the 'Western dis- . tricts, an can guarantee the utmost satisfaction in (-vll branches of the trade. Plans iprepared and estimates given, ___^_\rc-'es moderate. ... Nonpareil Bakery . DALLET STREET, j MULLUMBIMBY; ? j V- Henvilie HljUji^otify to the residents ^Rmimbimby, and. District, purchased the Bakery busi carried , on. by Mr T. Torrens, by supplying a first-class ibined with strict attention to vility and cleanliness, to merit i of support, tent baker ...

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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

R. C. Ciiuucii. ; Sunday 14th April-ByronBay 9 a.m ; Bangalow 11 a.m, and 7.30 p.m Tuesday 16th April — Mr J. Donaghy's, Goonengerry. - ? ' Thursday 18th April ; Billinudgel, (Mr. Tarlinton's) 9 a.m. Tuesday 23rd April : H. Ellis', Myo cum, 9.30 a.m Tuesday 20th' April : W Akers', 9 a,m May 7th : Roscbank, Mr. E Williams', 9.30 a, in May 8th: P Maguire's, Clunes, 9,30 a,m Rov. M. P. Walsho.

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Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Byron Bay Parish Services. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

Religious Notices CIIUUCH OF : ENGLAND. Byron Bay Parish Scvviccs. 1st Sunday of Months— Byron Bay 8 a.m. (it.cj, Myocum -10.30, Billi nudgel 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 2nd Sujiday — Bangalow 11, (H.O) Coorabeli Crock 2.15, p,m (?School of Arts) Byron Bay 7.30 3rd Sunday: Mullumbimbj' 11 a.tn (h.c.), Tyagarah 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Sunday: Byron Bay 11 (n.c.), Cooper's Shoot 2.30, Bangalow 7.30 Rev A. W. Coates

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A SMART OFFICE BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

A. SMART OFFICR nOY. The manager of an odlce had ndvertlsed for an odlce boy. In consequence he was annoyed for an hour by a straggling line of boys of all sl7.es claiming various accomplishments, 'Well,' he said to a Into applicant, 'I sup pose you can read anything and write any thing. and figure a little, and use thc type writer^ a little, and ? ' .,'Naw!' interrupted the boy. 'If I could do nil them things I'd strike you fer ycr own job. I ain't nothtn' but nn olllco boy.' He Eot the position.

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INTOXICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

INTOXICATION. They had been engaged only two short but strenuous weeks. 'George, dear, can you look me In tbe face and say that you were not Intoxicated Inst night?' : 'Sure I can, darllnR,' answered Qeorgo, 'but I hope you'U not nsk me to do It.' 'Because.' he explained, 'every time I look Into your face your beauty intoxicates mo.' I A theological student supposed to deficient In judgment was asked by a professor In tv,o course of a class examination : 'Pray, Mr E., how would you discover a fool?' ,'Tly the I questions he would ask,' wns tbe rather stun- I nlng reply. ,

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DEAD BABIES. FOUND IN A TRUNK [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

DEAD BABIES. FOUND IN A TRTTNTT The London 'Dally Mail' of the 23rd January reports that a gruesome dis covery, which may involve a charge of the murder of two infants against some person at present unknown, is exercis ing tho skill of the first detectives of the City of London police force. tuu ijieviijuto muiiuiLy anernoon a tin trunk which had lain for twelve months at 'the lost luggage office at the St Paul's Station nf the South-Eastern and Chatham Railway was opened by the officials in the hope of finding a clue to its ownership. On the lock being forced a parcel con taining the almost mummified-body of a very young baby was found lying on a quantity of clothing. The city police were informed and the trunk was taken to the Golden-lane Mortuary in order that a minute examination might be made. The body which was first found was wrapped tn a torn black skirt. Un derneath, wrapped in a piece of scarlet skirt, was the body of another baby in an advanced stage of decomposition. On ...

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