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RE-BUILDING KINGSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
RE-BUILDING KINGSTON. ' JjocfCl ? feeling in regard to the eurth q uako .in ' Jama ica is summed up in the following ? extract in the Ivingston 'Gleaner':— 'The blow has been terrible. Just when we wero talking of returning prosperity the hand ot adversity again touched lis, and once more we aro called upon to fight our way forward. We will do SO. VV.C -Will uuuu tviuiinmi apd,;; with God's help, will build it bet ter. Wc have not received a set-back for unother GO years, as some are saying. Time .and again the capitals ot Spanish American countries have beer destroyed, but 'never havo the people despaired. We are:ndf,made of:inferior stuff. We shall recovor'from this blow as we have re covered from all formor ones. Tho in- i dustries of the island are ubsolutely un injured.' In this and In our energy ] flies' our future hope. Wo must work | and despair not' ? ?
WIT AND HUMOR [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
WIT AN* HUM8R 'There Is safety in uumbers,' said . tho strategist. 'Yes,' answered Mr Dustin Stax; 'especially If the uumbers run up into tho billions and havo ' a £ mark iu front of thcui.' „ Uoy Passenger (to porter) : I :.«-% how much longer arc we going to* wait at this sta tion. I've been here an hour already? Sor ter : That's nothing, my sou; I've been hero 15 years. Butcher : 1 need a boy r.bout your Size, and will give you tcu shillings a week. ? Ap plicant : . Will 1 have a chance to rise? Butcher : Yes, 1 want you to be here at four o'clock in the moruing. ' A couple of women whose houses . adjoin quarrelled and abused each other over tlie gur den wall. At last one of the women retorted hotly— 'You think I'm a fool, I suppose?' '1 think you're next door to one,' came the in cautious answer. 'Who is that benevolent gentleman giving marbles to the boys?' ?'lie's a tailor.' *1 suppose he gives marbles away because he .s fond of young folks?' 'Ob; no; he does it becauso he kno...
IN THE FAR EAST. FIGHTING IN MANCHURIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
IN THE FAR EAST. FIGHTING IN MANCHURIA. Telegrams from Harbin stute that several serious encounters have occurred In the Amur region between Cossacks and Chunchuses. In one encounter twenty-one of the Chines-! brigands were killed. Tho fighting cdntinued yester day and to-day. when the Cossacks' am munition was I'liiauMuu auu mcj forced to retire. Reinforc;ments, with artillery, are being hurried up from Harbin. It is stated that the Cl-inese Govern ment Is moving 4, '000 men of General Ma's army across Mongolia to Tsitsika.'
MISUNDERSTOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
MISUNDERSTOOD. She glided Into the oflice and quietly ap proached the editor's desk. 'I have a poem,' she began. ; 'Well?'* exclaimed tho. .editor with a look and tone intended to annihilate her,1 hut she calmly resumed: \ ; '1 have written a poem on 'My Father's Ilarn,' and ? ' 'Oh interrupted the editor with ^ertra ordinary suavity, 'you dun't know how re lieved 1 ani. A lhh'Hi written 011 vuu father's burn, eh? I was afraid it was written on paper, and tliat yon wanted me to publish it. If t should ever happen to drive past .vour father's hum IT stop and read that poem.'
FRENCH IGNORANCE OF THE BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
PRtiNCH IGNORANCE OF THE BIBLE. 1 As ;to the utter ignorance of the or , diuiuy Frenchman of the Bible, Mr Stead, in the 'Review of Beviews' for February, gives a curious illustration in his own experience- At the general eleetion of 10(10 he published a political pamphlet entitled 'The Candidates of Cain,' dedicated lo all candidates who approved of the Boer war. A French . jit'.bllshw: a,iked tt),..b,e- allowed lo bring it out in a French translation iu Paris. 'But,'-, hcr,-said, 'you ,11111st give us nn-' otheiv /tit^; r-Nftb'oily in Franco knows who fcq-in IsV' On Mf Stead repeating 'this to'isom'e lit6rary friends iu Paris, they declared the publislu?r was right. 'Are lione nf tlie Biblical /characters known to this generation of French men'.'' Mr Stead asked. 'Not: one,' was ? the reply. 'Nobody reads the Bible iu France.' It has just been pointed out by Mon sieur A. Albert-Petit that in five years France has gained only 290,000 inhabi tants and at this rate of progression she...
The Pocket. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
The. I'ockct. (From a Correspondent.) To add to the comfort of tho public who patronise the Upper Pocket Hall has ever been the desire of the Hall Committee, a,nd with this object in view they havo lately had additions made to the Hall iu the shape of two commodious anti-rooms at the rear of the building. Orders have also been I given for a tank, which will be erected as early as possible. So you see, Mr, Editor, they are not 'idle. Now, all this spells expenditure, and to de crease the debt the committee deter mined to hold a social in the Hall. This grand social eventuated on Thursday nigdt, in tho Hall, and waB an unbounded success m every secse or the word. Never beforo was there such a gathering in our hall, and never d;d a[l enjoy themselves more thoroughly. The committee, under the leadership of our energetic secre
SCHOOLBOY'S SUICIDE. A DOG WATCHES BY HIS BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
SCHOOLBOY'S SUICIDE. A DOG WATCHES BY HIS BODY. A sad story comes from Paris cf a schoolboy who recently drowned him self in the Seine 'lojause he could not learn Ins' lessons; and: had been punished. . - r ?'-??? After a reprimand trom his , teacher. Ii - «*fiy iriVfMt 11 ? lnl ; i»r - f .v ^ f n !»-/» I r\ li-c | father, stating fh.u lie would not be 1 allowed to return to school unless ho I had loarnt.^5 linns, q he boy.-, did net | dare to show ther^qte lo his father, ! and l..|i home en ,1^1 ' lollowing morn ing as u ho iiiteniledjit.o^go tc: school, nut secretly tq.ok^.Jijs-.liittlif :dog. with him. and went -,to . tJio Sniiio. ... lie lc.itored oip'thc-;,lDanks 11IJ the dav. -mid liiustf have. 'fingered the note a good deal 111 .his- hands as lie stood hv the riverside, hesit-ftlung' whether lie should show ltrto his -lathe..', or ? 'drown himself, ]ji| Liu. JVver, as it was louiiJ 011 him cHim'plrd and scilod. He was very fond ol-his little sisLer. : . and the ilas^t- .tlung...
Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
Valedictory. On Monday night last, a number of the more intimate friends of Mr. Cawood, lato accountant in tho local branch of the E.S. & A. Bank, enter- * tained him at Mr. Theo. Patras' tea rooms 'and presented him with a purse of sovereigns, as a mark of' their ap preciation of him, on the occasion of his leaving to take np a position in Sydney. Mr. Patras had gone to a lot ofjjtrouble to make the room look nice and inviting, having tastefully aecoratea k wun iern rronas, etc., while on the wall was a banner bear ing the design of a horseshoe, and the words, 'Good luck, and pros perity to our guest.' The tables were nicely spread, and were supplied with sandwitches, cakes, fruits, and soft drinks. Mr. B.; Dakin was the chief morer in tho ifunction, which had beon arranged hurriedly, other wise there would have been a much, larger gathering. \ Mr T. Gibson was elected chairman, and after toast of the ' The King' had been duly honored, he proposed n ' Our Guest,' of whom he...
A PEER ON PEERS. "A FIGHT TO THE FINISH." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
A PEER ON, PEERS. ? 'A FIGHT TO THE FINISH.' A huge audience filled the theatre of t the Alexandra Palace last evening, im- * der the auspices of Hie Tottenham nud Wood Green Liberal and Rndical As sociation, to consider (lie present atti tude of the House of Lords in regard tn rilint.nl 1 .r I .-1 ., f i . . ., I i.„ ., 1 , «-V» L1VJU. IU lilt: u of Lord Dentnan, the chair was occu pied by I.oril CJrimthorpe, and ninong others present were Messrs lVrev. Al den. M.P.; ,T. Bnihcli, M.P.; J. A*, lin ker,. .U.P.: F. .Maddison. M.I*. The chief speoeli of tlie evening-was made by Dr M.'ioiiamnrn. M.P. Tlie tueeliug. which was of tlie most enthusiastic clmi'ticler throughout, was opened with the jSiii-r ing of Ebenezer Elliott's hymn, '-\Vhen wilt Thou save the people?' nud theu letters of apology were read from Lonl Denman and Mr W. lI.»Dickiuson, M.P., tht* former of whom explained tliat Irish business kept him at West minster. No question, he added, w;is so pressing as the immediate re...
School of Arts Concert [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
'School of Arts Concert The concert organised by the com mittee of the Sohool of Arts, for the :prepose of raising funds- to supple ?— i.ment the library, evontuated on Fri ?daynight last, and like all functions B ' in connection with this popular in | -etitution, was woll attended, ;tho ff .nroceeds amounting to some £15. A - . j 'first class programme of vocal and ? j instrumental items had been arranged, I -but, unfortunately,. ? a couple of sing , | ^ers disappointed ; nevertheless.'every l a thing passed off well,- the different -items meeting with the plaudits of -the audience. The programme was i -as follows : — 1 Parti-Overture, Miss Hollingworth; :song, and recitaiion, School children ; -?song, 'For All Eternity, ' Miss King ; ? ' Marche aux-Plambeaux,' Orchestra; ?song, ' A Bandit's Life,' Mr. Rogers ; L -fiong, ' My Darling Doll.' School t -girls ; comic song, Mr. W. O'Connor ; -song,' 'Sing me to Sleep,1' Mrs. - ? G.ySmith ; song, Mr. Handel. ./'Part ill. — Valse, and so...
EAST WIND. THE CONTRASTING WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
^ V, EAST MNDr ' TOfi CONTRASTING WKST. V 'Kuklos' writes interis: mgly., in structively, and ' |-rajlicaily &p. tihc ?London v J)ail.v News'''.: — ? ' On -.to Carlisle, anil Ihen^e against .a. - horrible . west wind to Allonoy.' Thus ? the historian' of the travelled two of Picxhuni, whoso cycling con quest of Jii'itain was writ large of Into. It was I he nnlv false ' -Jiopo he struck: l?ui toi spca'- of tho west wind : as ''horrible' is to hurl a charge of dire discord' at tho music of..: lie spheres. The only player in that1 band to blow awry is the east 'wind, and the Master of tho Music never tok rates for long his bitter 'Wuil of a hovering banshee. The east . wind- is the Briton's foe ; the west his 1 irlend. 'Horrible' is flat blas phemy. , The word can only mdan that -iny cycling friends were in a hurry;, and it was wrong io hurry. ? The west wind trailed long' enough for . our coming, and we should, be .? -v ??-. able to follow suit. If the two with ????;? .the tan...
[?]f Tyagarah [?] of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
Tyagarah ?HHflhe past-the residents ^^Rtv'e felt the necessity building , iu wlvicli to P^s ^ and social re-Unions, a good deal of debate upon resume of the more enter kidents took the matter : in' themselves into a com 1 mitq|^^fflr ?? eventually decided to / | ' enter upon tlie project. Ways and vmcauswere discussed, --and * it -was ?- subsequently decided to erecta School f of Arts, and tenders were - called for. 'fg - same. 'The .building which -was i,: § - opened on '.Tuesday night, 'by a con '' | ? cert and bill, consists of- a large hall, ! : with two l'ooms in front, one of which i ??will eventually -be used for a library, '/ vand it is the intention of the commit ''i ' tee at a later 'date to'line the- building -? with pine. The structure is-a sub -Btantial -and commodious one, and - v does credit to the enterprising resi ''?v j * dents of Tyagarah and district ; and ' ''what is -more, -from what we can ; gather, the building -is ;practically : paid for. ' Mr. H Powell occu...
Butter Fat Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
Butter Fat €oiiii-etiAon. The Casino Society's butter fat prise of £15, cut into three prizes of £10, £3, and £2, for the cow yeilding the greatest amount of commercial butter in a period of 24 hours as de cided by the Babcock method resulted in Mr. S. R. Watkin's red Shorthorn cow, ' Crimson Rambler ' securing first, with Mr. ir*. Uomiskey s Ayr' shire -Durham cow 'Mayflower' second, and the same owner's Short horn cow ? ' Beauty,' third. The ? tests are as under : — 'Crimson Rambler,' tested on Jan. 2nd, 1907 : Morning milk ' lbs, testing 4 per cent fat, equal to*' ' l,0991bs commercial butter ; evening's \ milk— 28JIbs, testing 36 per cent ' fat, 'equaling 1.141lbs commercial butter ; total iveight of milk, 53jlbs, ? butter 2.24'lbs. 'Natural grasses con* stituted the feed. :' Mayflower's' test : —Morning's milk, 28ibs, test 3.1, equal to 1.04 butter; evening's miJkj 2 libs, test. 4.4, equal to 1.06 butter ; total weight milk ^figlfcs, butter ].911bs. 'Beauty's' test — Morning's ...
Opening of New School of Arts at Byorn Bay [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
Opening of New School of Arts at Byorn Bay 'On Wednesday -afternoon -lats tlfe new School of Arts - building was ?formally opened by-.the Hon. J. Perry, M,L.A,, -supported -by the ; leading i:residents icf the town. Previous to the opening- ceremonv a number of the residents viewed the interior of the building, which, from -the 'wide en trance hall' (from whence the spacious staircase leads to the upper rooms) to the splendid entertainmeut hall, is worthy the shighest -enconiums, and should be, and withoat-doubt will be, the pride of the town. TThe building is a-credit to the -contractor, Mr. J. McAndrew,~and' the -architect, Mr. J. Yates, under whose siipervision it was ?constructed. Some three and a half years ago the School of Arts Committee and the general public began to feel that the old building was totally inadequate for the town. Applications to lease ? the unused portion' of the Institution's ground were made and from this ori ?ginated the idea of selling the land and usin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
Pianoforte Teaching. Miss Alma White IS prepared, to receive Pupils for the Pianoforte. Theory and Practice thoroughly taught. Pupils prepare for Trinity 'College Examinations. Terms on aplication. Lidmore Steam Monumental Works. Jeffries & J ago, '((Late of Hookwood, -Sydney.), Monumental :and General -Masons, KEEN STREET I/ISMOKE. 'Headstones. liirbing andiron Hailing, at Sydney Prices. Clients waited on, if advised, at -their own homes. Designs nrayw. -seen at Mr M. Mc Gougan's, blao--' smith ;and ^undertaker, who is our . local agent. Builder & Architect. Chas. Speer jfcTISHES' to notify to the public of YT Mullumbimby and district, that he has commenced business hero in the above line. , G.S. has had wide .-experience On' tlie' South -Coast and in the Western dis tricts, an can guarantee the utmost satisfaction in all branches of the trade. Plans prepared and estimates .given, Charges moderate. . Nonpareil Bakery I) ALLEY STREET, ? MULLUMBIMBY. C. C. Kei ylile W...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
Miscellaneous. It is reported ^hat the new ? IRailway Commissioner lias al ready'' carpetted ' a few pro 'ininerit officials in the service, -and one well 'known officer is ?under suspension at present. ' y .. Voluntary sequestration — T / P. Hallam, laborer, Bonshaw. ' Ji week or so ago, when he was ?defendant in .a breach, of pro mise cases (Hallam was de scribed as- a squatter worth' --some thousand' of pounds. Terajiia 'Shire 'Council, 'on ;the advice of the '?Crown Law Department, is to draft an or i -dinance which -wiir render L- teamsters liable to prosecution 1| ;for candying abnormal loads on P ; Shire :roads.-, -Archbishop Kelly, in the ?course of a isermon at Bega, 'declared 'tMt'ihe. Australians ?are going on a par with Ameri cans in the way of divorce, irace suicide, perjury and dis 1 'honesty.' ;Even on Sunday I 'there was no religion in Syd ney. Nothing but excursions ^ and vain pleasures. In the case- of David Sonter, U-^^^charged at the Grafton Circuit ? Court' with...
Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
Local and Other Stems. The Casino show was attended by 7,500 persons. If in doubt, go to the Brunswick Saddlery Coy. for'good, honest work, at a reasonable price.* Mu. Poolman obtained ifrst prise for galloway in harness, at Casino filinw. SnAW subscription list handed in too late for this issue. Will appear next week Mr. D. Quain, of Kyogle, is at pre sent confincd to his bed in the Lewi sham Hospital (Sydney). Mr. R. P. Napier, manager of the Commercial Bank at Coraki, had his collar bone fractured by his horse falling on him. Hundreds made happy by nsing Hagerbaum -& Mc Arthur's Wedding Rings. Once tried always used.* THE bridge over iNortn ureus, iiein Ballina, was opened on Friday ltiafc, by the Hon. Jno. Perry. The struc ture cost £l,473j A spi.ejjdei) lot of Comic, in fact every kind of post cards, at T, McDougalls'- All descriptions arid all prices. (JOMMOaiWKAi/m won bin.- ii iy»i at Casino show, and was third in the hunting contest, which was won by Miss Armstrong'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
HBfbBDAY, MAY- 3th, 1907/ FIDE KteaYing^ut Bale K ^voCUM (Bird's Farm) PBjTlES lJONN ELL'S Choice Young Dairy Herds. j 2 Leases, of liso acres aud 120 acres \ ' 200 Daif ||t.e 200 ? nrriRTUE, NOBLE & CO. (in con W v junction with J. Elliott & Go. ' 1 and J as. Parkish) have received instruc- t iions from Charles Bunnell Esq., of Myocum, to sell by Public' Auction, at the Farm (known as Bird's), at Myoeuiu, on Thursday, May 9th, as under : — Goodwill of Lease of 12G acres. -1 years : term, rent £130 a year. Good build ings and everj' convenience. j 122 Acres, all woll grassed, rent Is per acre, 5 yrs. lease % 455 Cows, choice and young, principally in full milk ^ 25 Cows, springing, forward UO Springing Heifers, choice .80 Heifers, extra choice, 12 months to \ 2 yrs, ? 3 Young Durham Bulls. Pedigrees \ at safe 20 Poddies, heifers, on bucket 1 Pair Darught Horses, nothing better 1 All-round Horse, a champion 1 2 yr old Filly by Silver Star 1 Blood Mare and Foal . 20 Mi...
LIFEBOAT TRAGEDY. CREW CLINGING FOR SIX HOURS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
LIFEBOAT TRAGEDY. CREW CLINGING FOR SIX HOURS A terrible experience befell the crew of the Rhyde lifeboat during the gale which raged throughout New Year's night and the early hours of njxt morning. For six hours they wero driftirfg in ' tho storm-tossod Solent, | clinging to the bottom of their up- I turned boat, and before thoy were rescued two of their number had perished. The boat was Saunched about 5.30 on Tuesday evening in response to a message stating that tho master of a barge had Leon carried out tc- sea in an open boat, and for two hours tho lifeboat cruised about the Solent on its life-saving mission. Tho search was futile, ami at last the life-boatmon decided to return to Ryde. To do this they had to en counter tho full force of the gale, and as they were approaching Ryde pierhead a sudden squall struck tho boat and sho overturned. The nine men composing the crow succceded in getting a hold on her koel, but the boat quickly drifted away from Ryde, and for six hours tho ...
The Hon. C. A. Lee at Casino. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 May 1907
The Hon. C. A. Lee at Casino. The Hon C. A. Lpb, Ministov for ? 4 Works, in the course o£ his romarLa. j ia opening tho Casino Show last week, said : — He was ho stranger to Casino — in fact had attended tho ' ' second and third Show ever held here, and this was the 31st. He had seen the rise and nrotrress of the dis trict, and nothing gave him greater pleasure than * to notice the vast strides Casino had taken of late years. At the show there were-i less. than 596 individual exhibitors iu dairy stock. What a magnificent testimony that was to the value of the district herds and the spirit of the people. He remembered the time when Casino did not boast of a dairy cow that was fit to drive into a show ring. To-day he saw cattle which, in his humble opinion, compared with the finest stock that the South Coast of New South Wales could produce. The quality of the hundreds of stock in this show was a tribute to enterprise of Itichmond River fartn^^H era, and a sign that this part of the N...