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The Tick. LECTURE BY MR. VETERINARY SURGEON STEWART. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

The T|ck, . Lecture by Mr. ^Veterinary Surgeon Stbwakt, On Friday night fast, Mr. Stewart, N. S. Wales Government Veterinary Surgeon, delivered a lectuie in the School of Arts, on The Tick. Con sidering the importance of the ques tion, one would have ttiought that there would have been a large num ber present, but, on the contrary, tho attendance was only limited, Mr. W. R. Baker, who was voted to the chair filled the position capably, and in a -few pertiuent remarks briefly introduced the lecturer. Mr. Stewart, in prefacing bis re marks, said the tick had a fairly large geographical range, being found in different part of the world. For some years past it been in Queensland and now, unfortunately, it hadexten itsclf to the north-east portion of New South Wales. It was not quite known 'now they became introduced into Australia, but it is believed that they came from the Eastern Archi. pelogo to the Northern Territory. They first became recognised in 1894, ?at Bourketown and Norrnant...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICA AND THE JAPANESE. FEELING ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

AMERICA AND THE JAPANESE. FEELING ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. From San Francisco on 7th January the correspondent of the London 'Daily Mail' wrote j In his valedictory address to the first meeting of the new legislature at Sacra- j mento this morning, the retiring Gover- j nor of th*i State, Mr Pardee, referred to the Japanese question in terms which i seem bo express the practically unani mous -and unfavorable opinion of Cali fornUms. . Mv Roosevelt, he said, showed the ig norance of allEasterners in his message to Congress regarding the Japanese. I They were a race that could never be as similated. They could never become ' American citizens, for they had no de- | sire to do so, and only came to California ! to acquire a competency which would ! enable them to live in affluence in their ' own country. They lived in colonies apart, making no permanent invest ments, showing an extreme clannishness, : and remaining for ever foreigners in 1 manners, customs, and habits of | thought. Mr Pard...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

Cricket. ( ?Following is the result dfa'cfirfket match between Mullumbimby Creek and Tyagarah teams, played on Thursday last-, on the former's ground, when the visitors were defeated. Tyacar-a'H. — -First 'Inniugs. D. -Curtis b ?Remington ... .... 0,. J. S'andeeson!b Murray ... ... 0, A. McDcrmid b Murray.., ,.. 0. ''Hackett b Remington ... 2 J. Peate 'b Murray ... ,.. 0 C. Kedzlie b Murray .,. ... 3. G. Smith b lilurray .... ... 0 M. Baldwin b Remington ... 0/ ?J Maher c Staines b. Murray 0 - M Taylor not out ...' ... 5 P. Hunter -c Newberry b MurrSy 4 Total,... ? : ... 12 SluLiiUJrBDrfiY Creek. — First Innings. C Murray b Curtis ... ? ... 5 S Murray b Curtis ... 0 R Newberry b Curtis .... 0 H Gibsonb Curtis . ... d F Remington b Curtis 8 R Brooker b Peate ? .' 0 W Staines b-Peate ... ... 7 A. Parrish b -Peate : ..: ... 0 C Gibson b Peate 1 A. O'Neil not out ... ... 8 A. iuskip c and b Peate... 0 Tdtal ... -28 I Tyagarah. — Second Innings. M Taylor b Murray ... 0 J Sandeeson c Insk...

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A FAMOUS TRAIN. THE WEST COAST DINER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

A FAMOUS TRAIN. THE WEST COAST DINER. Timo was, and not so very long ago either, when to ask tho question which was the ?' crack' train of tho London and North-Western Railway was to anticipat/j tho reply as a fore gone conclusion — the ' Wild Irish man.' But the glortes of the Irish mail, either as a flyer or a non-stop run ner, have been altogether eclipsed. The keen competition for tho Scotch passenger tro.fiic is entirely the cause of this. There is only one royal mail route from London to Dublin ; thero are three to Edinburgh. Tho London and North-Wcstern Company occupy a positlion with re gard to llreir train services which very few other companies in tho kingdom can boast. Askod for tho purpose of this series, which was re garded as their ' c:--ack' express at the preset.:! day, the following reply was made : — 'There aro so many -' crack' ex presses departing from and arriving at Euston every day that it would be a difficult matter to pick out any one in particular.' If it w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

1&/jr6DOUG ALL is strll going in the old shop, where you can get a tip-top hair cut and shave.

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EGGS FOR MILLIONAIRES. SPECIALLY LAID. MEDICINAL EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

EGOS FOR MILLIONAIRES. SPECIALLY LAID. I MEDICINAL EGGS. Austin Goodyear Urown is bccom Jing to the poultry world as groat Jan innovator as Luther Burbank is in s.he vegetable kingdom (writes a New pork paper). While Burbank has been developing now varieties of potatoes, pJums, and other plants. Brown has evolved an entirely now kind of eggs. iHe is feeding and training Iris hens lay sterile and medicinal eirgs on his', poultry farm at Lakewood, N.J. Ond coop of hens are hard at work turnkng out iron tonic eggs. These are fo:, millionaires who neotl great nerve fi'Vce to put through gigantic deals. I'll 0.5' are five dollars a dozen. To another coop of pure white Leg horn lions is assign cd the task of producing higK'v, phosphatetl eggs'. They arc for society women who need something to repair the waste tissues of the nervous system, impaired by the social whirl. S'.ill uiivothcr house and yardful of hens a re -]i_'votod to laying arsmious eggs — that is eggs impregnated with arseni...

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Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

Shipping*. The s.s Noorebar, 700 tons, Capt. , J. H. Hunter, left Sydney at 10 p.m' on 16th April and 'arrived in Byron Bay at v'.oO a.rti on the 18th. inst, and exnerionccd fine weather with light variablo winds. The cargo con sisted of 250 tons general merchan dise, 35 cattle, one horse, and sun dries. Passonget's — Mcsdames 'Burgess and two children, Leigh, Clark, Tar linton, ? Allen, Wcstcott and child, Green, Minchin, Thomas, Smith, Liddy and :two children. Misses Wilkinson, Todd, 'Roberts, Allen, Gibson, Nolan, Egan, Howard, Leigh, Ridley, Minchin, Ilibbard (2)jr Little, Marezan. ; Messrs T. ~Ki'ng, H. Snrft^ ^W; Davies, T. O'Shannossey, Fc Greon, B. King, G. Godfrey, S. Elliott, F-. Gray, Gow. A. Adams, E. Irby, L. R, Perkins, F..A. Humphrey, W. Prior, D.'Mofiit, Roaelie, J. F. Crompton, Minchin, Walker, F. Gurney, J. Wat son, W. and It. Grice, and Rev. C. Thomas. Twelve in steerage. ?For Coff's Harbour : Mcsdames Mu rant -aud child, Nisbct, Pofiper, and Miss Pepper. Messrs W...

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Latest Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

Latest Telegrams. The Crick-Willis conspiracy trial is continuing. On tnonday several graziers were examined, the jurymen asking questions. A man, murdered in the bush at Kyneton, (Vic.) has been identified as William Phanton, a former resi dent of Longford, Tasmania. No. trace of the murderer has beon^^fc'. covered. Referring to the Zeehan strik^j^^R Tasmanian, Premier says that early settlements is not arriv^^^H measures will be considered come the difficulty. The banking averages for which are to be published thi^^^^f will show current accounts £19,000,000. The highest viously reached was bolow

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Cablegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

Cablegrams. m It is reported that 600 deaths -were aused by the recent earthquakes in c exico. It is estimated that 913,000 people in Great Britain will be benefited by , the reduction of the income tax on earned incomes from la to 9d. in tho \ £1. ine Jfopolo Komano, a daily newspaper bublished at Rome, states that King Edward and King Victor Emmanuel of Itaty discussed at Greta the question of tho limitation of armaments. It is stated at Lisbon that a Portu guese Charge d'Aaires will be ap pointed to be stationed in the Trans vaal for the purpose of 6nperintending the immigration from Portgueso ter ritory on the Zambesi of natives en gaged to work at the mines,. ! The Queen of Swazerland is pre- j- pared to cede to the Transvaal one- V third of her country, comprising an S area of high mineral worth, for a1, subsidy of £4000 per annum. j' At a meeting of the Essex County ^ Cricket Club the chairman, Mr C. E. Green, said that the importation of colonial oricketoia waB entirely agai...

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Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

Letter to the Editor. Sir,— Whilst reading the columns of. your paper dated April 11th, I noticed a few remarks made use of by 'A Brilliant Billinudgel correspon dent;' -to which I -feel duty bound to roply. Kindly grant me space -in your journal to do. so. This -courageous 'individual, wlio ever he may be, apparently has the spike into some person or person, whom he seems afraid to personally confront. He is not man enough to challenge them face to face, but makes use of his limited store o'f literary ability to deal them a dirty stab in the back, which only a person of his -calibre could -attempt. In reference to a 'party held in the School of Arts, which he only heard ?was in honor of one of our business men, he goes on to say, ' that wliilst on the subject ho could tell us some thing.' Of what that something was, he has left us -in complete ignorance. Why does he not launch out and tell us straight what he moans ? For, that lio has something boxed up in Ms gizardis evident. It w...

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[?] MALLETT [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

Maliktt! ?oyal Star , I.G.O.F., luring re it and D. - recipient nds of the J^^^^^Vthe Lodge, - The pre ro. 'Mallett consisted of ^^H^HYilluminatecLframGd ad-' suitably -inscribed gold ^^^^^Hlie -Order. The address, tho 'work of Mr. Brooke, -was done in Old English, ^^^^?tb gold and colored initial the loft hand top corner ^^^Hblem of the 'Order, And a ^^^Rellishment'inthe'i'ight hand ^^HKvhile 'along the 'bottom is -a ^^Bcene. The .oxecution, general and arrangement of -the a'd Bsis excellent,- and gives-evidence ?lr. Brooke's abilityiu thisrespect. n - execution -of -the .gold emblem E entrusted fo Bro. 'A. -E. Kelly, B of our local 'jewellers. 'Bro. fclett bad filled- the office -Jf secre years, 'in ^^^H^mmPBH^rgeneral ly, ^^^B^WoiHy^ntiug oil his ap ^^^^Hnoparturc -from 'the 'dis ^^^HBlie brethren should recog ^mRome - substantial -way -the ^^^Htaervices he had rendered to HH, -T-he. presentation to Bro. Hj^^Hrbo ''was also leaving -for consisted of--a handsome ^^^^pamed certific...

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NEW SINGERS. SEARCH FOR ARTISTS. BRITISH SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

NEW SINGERS. . SEARCH FOR ARTISTS. BRITISH SUCCESSES. Mr Pedro Tillett, tlie manager of Mr J N. Vert's concert agency, returned to J London yesterday, 15th January, .after a M long' visit to the Continent in search of fl new talent. . j ' 'I went away,' he said last night to 1 a 'Daily Chronicle' representative, 'in M the hope of discovering some new vocal- ? ists or instrumentalists . who would be jM appreciated by English musicians, butJB in the course of my travels I did not^B hear anybody whom I could introduce to ? a London audience, which, let me add^H is the most critical in the world. 'We have so many excellent singe^^^| violinists, and 'cellists, who have lj.fl^H thoroughly instructed in our own scho(^^^| that it is very gratifying to find 'tl^^H their ability is being recognised on t^^H Continent. No longer, indeed, can tn^^| English be regarded as an unmusical na-^H tion, and no longer can incompetenj^| foreigners come to our shores in hope of winning fame and fortune, 'I...

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[?] THE BEEKEEPER. [?] FEEDING THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

HHT BEEKEEPER. Breeding the colonies. In regard to the feeding oC bees, which j Is sometimes necessary at this' time of j the year, Mr Dadant, one of the most ex- i perienced nnd practical apiarists in America, states:— The early feeding of. weak colonics is a stone in the path of i the apiarist, over which he will surely J srnmhlp if ho 1= not verv cautious. This can probably lie proved by hundreds o£ beekeepers. When we supply the bees with combs of honey sealed, an.' in good shape, there is no excitement. In a few minutes they have taken possession, and see no need of hurrying to consume it. But when warm, feed is given, it ac:s upon them exactly as a crop of honey coming suddenly into existence. They become so elated by the 'And,' that all restraint is thrown aside as they spread the good news abroad, and not only stir up their own colony, but ssem eager to arouse 'he neighborhood. If the weather be cold, many bees will perish that have strayed too far away. If it is warm, the b...

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WHEEL FOR PULLING POSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

WHEEL FOR PULLING POSTS. An effective method of pulling* posts after the wWie''lla$i. beeg removed. Is shown in n/o above illustration, which is token from the 'Prairie Farmer' : — I ike nn old corn planter v-iiecl,,nttach chain to the base .of the; pos't,N andri Is it over the top of tlie wheel to. the' i I idle-trees, as siiowii 'in the illustra- i i'i. This makes a very convenient 'do-. | re, and posts can be pulled without - ry much difficulty. ' . 1 '

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SUCCESSFUL WOMAN. THE REASON WHY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

SUCCESSFUL WOMAN. THE REASON WHY. The world is full of foolish people chasing happiness in many ways, think ing that it can be found in certain places on the map. Happiness, interest and opportunity are right on the spot, and each must find it for themselves. Lots of women at home do1 not con sider themselves as being in the world. Yet the world is all about, and everyone is part of it. Whether you are are in some country home or in a boarding house or tiny fiat, a factory, or a shop, that is the world. The big chance that you are waiting for will find you there if you are ready for it. i The woman who is willing to leave the , gathering of laurels while she prepares the salad for dinner is often a far more', lovable one than the girl with the ; 'wanting - ito - get-out-into-the-world' ! idea in . her brain. ? I Though she may build up a wonderful business success, if she is a failure as a woman, how much worth is her success? ; A young woman may be a splendid woman, a successful wo...

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TO SAVE HIS WIFE. AN OFFICER FIGHTS A LEOPARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

TO SAVE HIS WIFE. AN OFFICER FIGHTS A LEOPARD. The 'Express' correspondent wrote from Lucknow, on 15tli January:— Lieutenant-Colonel Hutchinson, of the 2nd Ghm'kas, had a thrilling fight with a leopard, which attacked his wife while on a shooting trip near Dehra Dhn. They were returning after a day's shooting, and the beaters had gone on some distance ahead. Mrs Hutchinson was walking about ten yards ill , front , of her husband. She deviated slightly j from tho path, and surprised a young leopard, which immediately attacked her. , Colonel Hutchins6n instantly raised his rifle to shoot the beast, but dared not lire for fear of wounding his wife. Then, seeing that the only way to save her life was to drag the leopard off, he dropped his rifle, and attacked the beast with his hands. I The leopard first attempted to seize his arms, lint missed, and Colonel Hut chinson was able to keep it at bay while his wife rose awl ran to call the beaters. Meanwhile the animal sprang again on Colone...

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A CRIMINAL BAND. AT THEIR GUILTY WORK. BURGLARY, FIRES, WRECKING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

A CHIMIN All BAND. AT THEIR GUILTY WORK. BURGLARY, FIRES, WRECKING. The 'Express' reports that the extra ordinary series of outrages, including burglary, incendiarism, and attempted train- wrecking, .which has occurred in the district between Nottingham and Mansfield, has aroused a feeling of panic throughout the countryside. | The following list indicates the des perate nature of the outrages: — 15th January. — Attempted trainwreck ing near Kirby-in-Ashfield. 16th January. — Another attempt at train-wrecking three miles away. 16th January. — Kirby Parish Church destroyed by fire. 17th January. — The church of adjoining parish of Annesley also burnt down. 29th January. — Attempt to'wreck trains at Kirkby and Hucknall. 30th January. — Attempted burglary at Kirkby and two railway stations broken into. In addition to these crimes, a plate layer's hut has been broken into, and many mihor depredations have occurred. It is tfie belief of the police that all these offences have been commit...

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"266 NOT OUT!" [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

' 266 NOT OUT ! ' Adopting sporting phraseology. Jacob Popp. tbe Wyconibo tobacconist, sum- 1 nioned weekly for 'following his ordi nary calling on the Sabbath.' now flls- | plays in his shop a placard iinnounciiig '26(5, not out!' representing the iuun- her of his prosecutions. lxuii offencli costs Uim Ts 6d.

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FUTURE OF THE PLAYHOUSE MR. CYRIL MAUDE'S FIGHT WITH FORTUNE. PERSEVERANCE REWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

jRJT^EOFTHE PLAYHOUSE, j MR CYRIL MAUDE'S FIGHT WITH '^FORTUNE. PERSEVERANCE REWARDED. j ' Wc had a great time last night, . the biggest X have ever lmd.' So said Mr Cyril Maude to a ' Daily Mail' represcritativc yesterday, 29th 1 January. He was in his room im I mediately under the yoof of The I'lay | hcuse which was so successfully opened on Monday evening. I ' Really,' ho went on, ' it began early in -the morning, when on- my way here I was stopi cd by all man ner of people, most' of, whom I did not know, wishing me good luck. ' One thing I was struck by. It was the number of communications I had from old people artd invalids, who thanked me for allowing seats to be bockod. One old lady told me that it meant she would be able to come to the theatre again. She could not afford the expensive seats, and could not stand out in the cold with the crowd, but as she can now book her seat she is looking for a renewal of her old pleasure in The Playhouse. i ' The idea has certainly caught ...

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THE BRITISH ACADEMY. A MUNIFICENT MEMORIAL GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907

THE BRITISH ACADEMY. A- MUNIFICENT MEMORIAL GIFT. The British Academy has received the sum of L10.000 for the purpose of estab lishing a memorial to the late Mr Leo pold Schweieh, of Paris. In accordance With the wishes of the donor, the endow ment is to be called the 'Leopold Schwclch Fund,' and is to be devoted 'to the furtherance of research in the Archaeology, Art History Languages and Literature of Ancient Civilisation, with reference to Biblical Study.' There are to be annually not less than three public lectures — the 'Leopold Schwelch Lectures' — to be delivered in London, and as the ordinary rule in the English language, dealing with some subject or subjects coming within the scope of the studies. The residue of the income of the fund, with all sums that may hereafter be added thereto by gifts, bequest, or otherwise, is to be applied for the purpose of excavation, and for tho publication of the results of original re search, in connection with one of more of the subjects na...

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