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Government Lands Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

Government Lands Policy, i The policy of tho Government in dealing with big estates and Crown land was attacked by Mr. R. Campbell (Chairman) at the last meeting of the ; Council of Progress Associations. He moved That in the opinion of this meeting it is 'not neeeSKilrv in VPSlimn lnmi- -ostnl r-c fivr closer settlement, as there arc enough Crown land yet to be made available. He said money had to be borrowed to buy these estates, and the interest on it was a burden, while they had thousands of equally as good Crown lauds that could be used.- For one piece of land there would be a hun dred applicants. It, was said when they wanted these lands opened up that surveyors were not available, but was this not because tlioy were busy cutting up these large estates, often taken away as a good thing for heavily indebted former owners. Their rotten estates were bought, and they got out of trouble. lie protested against the buying of these estates whon they had thousands of acres of Crown lan...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHINA'S AWAKENING. INTERNAL ADMINISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

CHINA'S AWAKENING. TNTERN-AL ADMINISTRATION. 'If, writes the Times Shanghai correspondent, 'the British Government desires to assist the reform party to wards that genuine improvement of the administrative system which even the edicts declare to be urgently needed, the first step should be insistence upon honest fulfilment of that article of the Peking protocol which stipulates for the reorganisation of the Wai-wu-pu. The department en'rusted with the conduct of foreign affairs shou'd consist of men fitted for their posts, relieved from all other duties, and Invested with authority sufficient for the performance of their work without interference of the pro vincial gentry or the metropolitan boards. We have had the incontestable right to insist on this reform since 1801; ?without it no permanent improvement can be expected in the relations be t-ween China and the Powers. The Em press Dowager in the first edict on con stitutional government admitted to thc world that 'as the result o...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

Special ©rawing Paper for Builders and Architect s Timber Calculators, for Timber getters. Post Views of our Town and District, ' AND ALL THE LATEST Fashion JosjmaEs and Books ARE AVAILABLE AT ? -^TurnbuH's Pharmacy.^—

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JAMAICA. A REVERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

JAMAICA. A REVERIE. Ilaldane Macfall writes in tho ' Westminster Gazette' : — .Jan aica, the dusky queen of the Cnribbeun Wens, a very queen of tragedy, is s:t;ii(en again by the wil ful heavy 'hand of .Fate, who, re membering her ancient dignity, be it said, strikes at her always flramatic nllv ? oTirl tr-rl-»o,! lkiM io snmnlh'nr fitting in that her griefs should catch the eyes of the wide world, for docs sho net stand at the gates of Western rbmancc as the Sphinx at thc gates of the Eastern ?. Yot she cov.!d have received no more ironic buffet' to her destiny than that th3 sa! id ea^th on which she stands should have quaked and been rent bo neath her feet on this fair Monday afternoon in .January, when tihe men who are striving hardest to bring back some of her bygone prosperity were on her soil, engaged in council upon the remarking of hor fortunes, and when tho land is overrun with pleasure-seekers who have flown to he:' splem'l'.d winter for their holiday. But even they who go...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN LOVERS' HAVEN. HOW MARRIED IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

GERMAN LOVERS' HAVEN. HOW MARRIED IN LONDON. | London has beooine a haven of bliss for runaway couples from Germany, j says 'Truth.' 'Except that it Is a little more diffi - cult or expensive to reach, the British 1 capital occupies to-day precisely the ! same position In relation to the Father land as did Gretna Gfeen to the regions ' this side of the Tweed in the days of 1 our great-grandfathers and creatgrand m others. 'There are in London a number of enterprising Individuals of German na tionality or birth, whose principal, it not their only, business is to entice Teutonic youths and maidens to this country and marry them off in accordance with Eng lish law whenever 'just cause or impedi ment ' makes it difficult for Chero to get joined together in holy matrimony in their own country.' These agents advertise in the German newspapers, calling the attention of the amorous Teuton to the facilities which exist In England for tying connubial knots expeditiously ond on reasonable term...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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SINGING AND STRENGTH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

SINGING AND STRENGTH. | ] Iierently Surgeon - General . Evatt pleaded in England strongly, for the encouragement of singing both in tho Army and the Navy. As a doctor ho bore witness to the value of singing in preparing the lungs lot' the strain; put upon the internal organs by nlivtiii-nl - i --,i n o- Ho „ cnnVn „r its value as a recreation, and the im mense advantage to be derived by the cultivation of good music and high class songs, which would elevate, just, i as surely as low-akiss songs would be injurious to, the mind and morals cf any man. Doctor Arthur Summer ville, His Majesty's Inspector of Music of the Board of Education, tells us that in Japan ail youths of the fighting class are bred to singing anti music. It balances in thojnind tho physical training of the body, and is a source of streng:h. Apart* from the physical benefit to the in-' fl dividual singers, the,' Urilish Medical 1 Journal' declares ?that tho morai p'! effect must be very great. -The Puri-j .11 tans we...

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

Pedigree Cattle. On the occasion of his recent visit to Sydney, Mr. W. II. Baker purchased, from .the herd of Mr. G. W. Eaton, of Jersey Holm Stud Farm, Pennant |Hills, the young purebred Jersey bull 'Dolly's Lad,' a silver grey, calvod April 19th, 1906. He is by Ethelbert VI out of Dolly by Victor by Greystanes ; dam Frederica by Kirkham Duke 43; g dam Alberta by Albion; g g dam Irene 86 by Emir; g g g dam Sweet Alice by Wallace (imp.); gggg dam Buttercup by Lord of the Hills (imp.) ; gggg g dam Gladys (imp. in dam) ; g g g g g g dam Hilda (imp.) ' Ethelbert VI,' sire Ethel bert (imp.) (31 (LJ.H.B.) ; dam Beautiful V by Effingham Duke (imp,) ; g dam Beautifnl III by Chicfton by Wallace III (imp.) ; g g dam Beautiful by St. George; ggg dam Pride, gggg dam Puma (imported.) Mr Baker also pur chased fiom' Mr J. T. McKaughan a yearling Jersey heifer, first win ner at (he Leddanham Show in February last, against a number of competitors. Mr. C. Bei.son, of Mullumbimby, has purchased from ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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[?]N SAW THE [?]OR. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

?|f SAW THE OR. j IH^Kitten because one Sime — lawyer — wanted a W^mr.o with Mayor Dunne 'In ^?ointment or other. He re ^?n when the public was ed Hnsisted on a special hearing Hess. As he persistently re Bte the nature of this latter Hed from day to day until his ments covered : nearly two ^^^^^^?^?HHVherefore his Job-like patience supposed to have flown, and he ^^H^BHHJpraunsel with his Irish mother wit. nHH^Tt the conclusion of this inward pow wow he smote rapturously the arm of the chair in which he had languished so vaiply and so long, and thereafter kept a wary eye bent upon the outer door of the ante-room. Divers folk in the course of time passed in and out, but until the entry of a newspaper man of his acquaint ance it was evident that Simeon's vigi lance was without fruit. Then, however, the lawyer rose and buttonholed the scribe. 'What are you hanging around here for of late, anyhow?' the scribe asked, after greetings had been exchanged; 'you've been decorating this office...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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THE NEW NURSERY RHYMES. ANCIENT POETS REVISED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

THE NEW NTJRSERY RHYMES. | ANCIENT POETS REVISED. How great the intrepidity needed in one who would advocate a new theology, it is surely small compared with the daring needed to suggest that the nursery rhymes of our infancy should actually be revised. Nevertheless the thing has been done, and by a Scot — Mr R. J. Muir, H.M. Inspector of Schools, in an Brechin Local Association of the Educa tional Institute of Scotland. After commenting lightly on the views of a recent writer that children were 6ent to school too early,, and when they would be much better under their mother's influence, Mr Muir said that while on the subject of infants he must call attention to a serious point con nected with their moral training. He re ferred to. nursery rhymes, which must be revised and brought up to date. Take 'Little Jack Horner.' There he was, sitting in solitude, gorging fare that was probably unwholesome — a boy who was a combination of sensuality and self conceit. Was that a model for a gro...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Colonial Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

The Colonial Conference. The Oolonial Conference was opened this morning. A message of welcome to the dele gates was received from King Edward His Majesty expressed the hope that the Conference would have good results in the interest of the Empire. The Prime Minister, Sir H, Camp bell-Bannerman, welcomed the dele gates. He was, he said, confident that the important matters involving differences of opinion would' be ap proached with a recognition that the will of the people in each part of the Empire should be paramount. The Conference would find that his col leagues would join in the freest dis cussion of the important matter of preference in trade. The British Government would carefully consider any decision of the Conference in the matter. Sir Honry said ho had been do lighted to hear assurances from Air. Lloyd-George of good results at the Navigation Conference. It is officially announced that the opening meeting of the Colonial Con ference will be privato. The Earl of Elgin, Sec...

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AT A FIRST NIGHT. A PERSONAL REMINISCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

AT A PI R ST night. A PERSONAL REMINISCENCE. Mr Frank Richardson writes in the 'London Daily Mail': — j The street is full of nvjtor-cars and carriages. ' Or each' side of the theatre are crowds of eager spectators.. It is pouring with rain, (It always rains on first nights). I From a hansom cab 'leaps' Max uccruonm, capper and dandined, yet slightly Napoleonic. ' A voice in the | crowd points him out as Mr Israel Zang will. i 'There will be some cruel things in the comics next week.' ? Mr Clement Shorter enters the theatre, and is identified as Mr Laurence Irving, ' Who 'wrote 'Dore' for his father, Sir Henry Irving, don't you know, dear? ' (It is one of the sorrows of the celeb rity that he is always pointed out as somebody else). The hall Is filled with early arrivals. Some of them are beseiglng the boxof fice, in the hope of securing a seat that has been returned at the last moment. Lady journalists on unimportant papers are standing about in order to describe the dresses of the...

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

Cricket. A cricket match, Mullumbimby v. Mullumbimby Creek, played at the latter place on Thursday last, re sulted in a win for Mullumbimby by three runs and one wicket. Ap pended are the scores. MULUJMBniBY. A. Richards b T. Armstrong ... 14 VV. Alleu b Murray ? 2 H Turnbull c O'Neil b Remington 5 J. Withford c and b-Murray 4 F. Tarnbull b Murray... ... ... 2 W. Richards b Armstrong. .. .... 0 A. Wilson b Armstrong ... ... 7 R. Hagerbaum not- out ../? ... 0 C. Munn b Armstrong. ... ... 0' A. Norris b. Armstrong ... .... 0 Sundries ... ' . ... ? 1 Total;... .- 35 ? McLLUMimiBY Creek. S. Murray b' Wilson ? 6 F. Remington c aiid b Hagfrbaum \ 2 T. Armstrong b Wilson ... ... 6 R. Newberry not out ...? 13 C.Murray b Wilson ... 0, H. Gibson b Wilson ... .... ... 3 C. Gibson c and b Hagerbaum ... 6 A. O'Neil c Ailen b Wilson ... 1 W. J. Staines b Wilson .... ... 0 J. Livingstone b Hagerbaum ^ ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... 1 Total ? 38

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

CorrcspondenceHH Department of Defence.W^^H| Melbourne, 11th April, lS^HHB The Hon. T. T. Ewing sencfl^HJ| following : — Dear Sir,- — Major Dove, Se^^^H Officer of Cadets, will be on Richmond towards the end of neHI -veek. I shall be glad if all citize^^HH interested in the cadet movemen^^^H| will do all they can to assist Majo^^^H Dove in making his visit satisfactory The end in view is the enrolment ofjBH cadets. He will be prepared to ex- vH plain everything to all those who are oB prepared to assist in this laudable movement. I have asked him to V inform the Mayors of the various ' ? towns, and inform the press the date 1 of his visit, so that the public all 1 through the district may have ful{ intimation. Mr. W. J. Staines is in receipt of the following communication froiu Mr. G. T. Hindmarsh, M.P. — Sir, — In continuation of my letter of 21st ultimo, formally acknowledge ing the receipt of the communication presented by you from Mr. W. J. Staines, of Wilson's Creek ; lam now d...

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

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

Che MltsiMbiiii'oy Star THURSDAY APRIL 18 1907.

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

Notes to Remember. I That the new Saddlery Co, oppo site A. E. Latter's, known as the Brunswick Saddlery Go, is now in full swing, and all orders shall re ceive prompt attention. Our Motto — Civility and prompt- i ness, and above all a good article at a , low price. Mr. John Newell, senr, late of Tho Tweed, is manager for the Saddlery Firm. His reputation for harness and saddle making is widely talked about throughout the district. All ordcrB and repairs entrusted to the new Saddlery Business, shall have prompt attention,- as Mr. Hager baum personally supervises all busi ness transacted. DON'T forget that for Post Cards Stationery, Fancy Goods, and Smokers' Requisites you can't beat T. McDougall. Frenzied with fear are many who develop lung trouble. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for coughs, colds, and consumption, will cure them. Price ! 1/6. and 3b. Obtainable at. Bennett &Sone,

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RATHER UNCOMPLIMENTARY. JUDGE BACON ON WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

RATHER UNCOMPLIMENTARY. JUDGE BACON ON WOMEN. His Honor Judge Bacon, who Is a bachelor, made some amusing remarks respecting ladies at the Bloomsbury County Court yesterday (15th January.) A lady litigant handed a letter to his Honor the date of which was material to the issue. A Solicitor: The letter has no date, your Honor. The Judge: Didn't I say it was a woman's letter? (Laughter.) In another case Judge Bacon asked a a female defendant, 'Do you mean to tell me you have ever signed any docu ments since you were married without reading them?' The Defendant: 1 can assure your Honor I am speaking the absolute truth. I would not tell an untruth for such a paltry amount. I would sooner pay. Judge Bacon (to the solicitor in the case): She tells me she would'not com mit perjury for so small an amount. (Laughter.) Judgment was given against the lady. In a third case tlie plaintiff was giv ing evidence of means of/ a defendant whom he sought to commit, and said defendant lived in great gt...

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INTELLIGENT ANTICIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

INTELLIGENT ANTICIPATION. It would not suit the book of the ] Liberal Party to dissolve Parliament j and appeal to the country on the Educa tion Bill. The '*fury of Indignation' i with which the people are said to have polled at the general election has abated | much of Its forc-5 since. — 'Advertiser,' Isimberley. r ? ?

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FRENCH GAMBLING THE LITTLE HORSES. IMMENSE PROFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

FRENCH GAMBLING THE LITTLE HORSES. IMMENSE PROFITS. The 'Express Paris correspondent I wrote on 30th January: — Tho French Government has already taken steps towards the 'closing of a number of establishments In Paris which, | under the name of clubs, are in reality , merely gambling hells. And before very long a law Is to be submitted to the . , Chamber by which such establishments \ shall be closed altogether, and by which \ the casinos and casino clubs at French watering-places shall be carefully regu lated by nominees of the Government and taxed with a further 10 per cent. Impost on the gross product of the gamb ling, which money the State will use for charitable and hygienic purposes. To give the reader an idea of the kind of 'club' which M. Clemenceau proposes closing. I may state that one of them, which the police visited a day or two ago, has an avowed revenue of L1G0 per an num, which is the amount of the mem bers' subscriptions. And yet, although the subscriptions only amo...

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ALL PERVADING BACTERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907

ALL PERVADING BACTERIA. ' [Tho fllscoloratlons of blue, red and purple - : .sometimes seen in milk are caused by bacteria. ' ' '—Professor Mactaddyen, at the Polytechnic .Health Society.] . ,. ? Sly milk is thin and poor and blue, .?.And - there is nothing I enn do, For it is merely due to you, - Bacteria. -Thovwoollcft garments that I wear. f ? To shield me from the winter si Ir ; fl Seem useless; are you lurking there, ; I B Bacteria? H ?The coal I ordered in of late ? ; - * - - - ? I Seemed scarcely twenty hundred. If weight— || The rest was— plus a little slate— If Bacteria. Some leather goes beneath my tread, I ' Some Hour of wheat to make my I bread— i . Yet bore and there I And instead Bacteria. In short, where anything's awry, Where worth is low and price is high, j I find it is occasioned by Bacteria. -?* A.W.B., in the 'Dally Chronicle.'

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