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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
North Coast Lands. — Mr. Briner, M.L.A., has been furnished with the Advisory Board's roport on Govern ment reserves on the North Coast, and included therein is the follow ing : No. 38,222, parish Wyandah, c'cunty Richmond ; No. 1101, parish Myall, county Richmond. To be made a.vailablo for settlement: Tho whole of reserve 38,695, parish Gib bangee, county Richmond ; the whole of reserves 24, 2G, 248. 1059, 30,069 and 1101, parish Stuart, Bangabba, and Richmond, county Clarence ; 675|- acres and 2500 acres (for c.p. and c.l.) in rcsorves 33,740 aud 33,080, parish Jiggi, county Rous ; the wholo of reserve 24,224, and/7760 acrcs, parts of reserves 4553 and 37,010, parishes Tyalgam, and Chil lingham, county Rous. Other re ports vegarding some of tho largest forest reserves on tho North Coast are receiving attention. i Ok MlMmbimbv Star THURSDAY MAY 9 1907.
TELEPHONETICAL. HOW LONDON TALKS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
TELEPHONETICAL. HOW LONDON TALKS. The telephone in the space of a very few years has become a national neces sity, and surely and not very slowly it is extending its influence into the remo test districts. Yet few who use it know much ot the inner workings of the. mar vellous telephone system that links up | town nnd country, and in an article \ which appears in the February 'Pear- sons Magazine.' under the title of 'How London Talks,' much interesting infor mation will be found. Mr. W. T. Roberts, the writer, describ ing the working of the system, soys: ^ ^ ' Whenever a subscriber grumble an opcratordi|d^^^^^^| w i comi
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
Illlie ^Paling ; II Piano ELj.ti st- pi Piano for | . 1 tlae cottage £ lliomesliiie ! | ldnet good '] jtoucH and , !|excfellent I , | A value. I I.J Tlj.e Paling I ^ Piano is fit [ j j ' ted withi 3 ? j ? petals. .V I '?- j Old Pianos taken | ? l ln eschtn^*. J ? , Cttalotfuas: trea ; Sol** Sellers . S jj-P&lfngf'sl . I 338 Ceor^e St. fj : 60 Sydney It ? ?Pianoforte Teaching. , Miss Alma White IS prepared'.; 7-reoeive Pupils for -the Pianoforte. 'Theory and -Practice thoroughly taught. Pupils prepare for Trinity ^College Examinations. . 'Terms on ^plication. Lismore -Steam Monumental IVorks. Jeffries & Jago, ?'(iiate'df iEookwooH, .Sydney), -Monumerftal cand ^General Masons, rEEEN 'STREET iLIS^OEE. | 'Headstones. iKirbingondlron Hailing.' atSy'dneyOPriees. | ^ Clients ??waited, on, i if advised. .'at'-their; own hemes. | CDesigns ?may'lje -seen 'dt Mr Ttf. Ttfc Gougan's, '.blacksmith and [undertaker, who is our local agent. ? ? Builder & Architect. Chas. Spee...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
Miscellaneous. An .Australian Naval Cadet Corps ihas ;been iorraed in .?Sydney. ,r Mr. A. A. Alcodk,of Bem 'boka, iintends ^experimenting Tvvitli;tbe. Angora. cgoats. ' The MeSiterranean ,'frvrit fly ?has been found tin 'both pears ^ansl persimmons in Victoria. |j An (inspector is touring '.the t Northern districts testing ithe jsight cff irailway Officials. The Towns Bros, ana three .tfriends are' travelling along the morth' coast in a vwaggonette. ' .Mr. Davidson, M.E., at ;the 'Kempsey sbow, said the butter iindustry-wasworth £3,5QQ,000 ta, year to N.S. Wales \ In: ' \l00 yards -raee !GPosf| '^stride from .a : stana % was 7i feet, .-and ?It' ^ull distanee.in 9 3/5t. J This \ \season ! twenty-one steamers have taken from' Tas- mania for Great Britain no.less than '511,982 cases fruit. Ballina intends to invite all the. State Premiers to visit that, ? seaside: town after the Brisbane Conference is over. Kelso (by Uabba), who re ;ently performed well at the Warwick picnic races, has...
Shaw Subscription List. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
) Shaw Subscription List. The following is a list, of subscribers to the above. Messrs. GoHen and McKenzie collectors : — J. & A. Macgregor £2 2s. F. A. Row and J. A. McAnlay, £1 10s each. Thos. Torrens, £1 7s lid. £1 Is each — John Sherry. D. Robert son, H. T. Blanch, Allan Cameron, Jas Davidson, H. McD Livingstone, Robert Bridger, R. M Thompson (Bank), J. C Bonncll, R. Argue, J* McKenzie, W. G Law, Arch McCowan, Jas. Gollen, Neil Campbell, Peter Olson; Neil McLeod. £1 each — A. Gillies, Jas Kirk, L. C. Wells, S. W Hawes. W. House 10s 6d each — C. Williams, A. McLeay, W. E Smith, W. F Lillicrap, Holling worth and Mallett, W. J Reilly 10s. each — A. J Richards, C. J Belson Jas Bridger, Thos Gibson. David Law, H. Nelson, F. Harkness, T. H King. Jas Devereux, D. W Grierson, A. F Wallis, J Poidevin, J Buckley 5s each — J Fisher, F. A Gray. G. Smith, W White, G Webster, J Fisher, P McCarthy, W Bills, H Rose, W T Chudwick, M McCalman, A W Wilson. S Smith, J Sharpe, Jas Moffitt, A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
JAS. PARRISH HOLDS HIS Usual Fortnightly Sale At the MARKET YARDS ? * J —ON — Saturday, 11th May ?At 2 p.m. sharp. Horses, Cattle Furniture, &cf .'^3 ? On account C. B. G. Macdonald, E~sq. : 2 Splendid Jersey Bulls 2 very choice Jersey Heifers Full pedigrees at sale. Those are of ex ceptional quality, and can bo highly re commended. On account W. G. Cochrano, Esq. : 6 Forword Springing Cows 6 Forward Springing Heifera The above nre very choice and well bred, principally Durhams, and well worthy of dairymen's attention . . ;i On account Owners : 15 Heifers, good sorts, 12 to 18 month* 15 Backward Springers 5 Cows' in milk and springing And mixed cattle, horses, sulkies, 4c. IN THE MART: Good Potatoes, Bicycle, Household Fur turo, Book Shelves, Pictures, &c. Harness, and various articles too numerous to mention. Don't forget — Saturday, 14th May. 1907. at 2 p.m, JAS. PARRISH, Auctioneer. Pigs For Sale. YOUNG 'Large Black British' pedigreed Pigs, by imported boar % out ...
"THE LADIES COLUMN." NURSERY NOTES. CRYING TIME FOR MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
?THE LABIES GMwP NURSERY NOTES. j ' ,;TlN(i TIM 1', FOtt MOTHERS. 1 llmv many ;- w- in. in. who has benn ill in si tl tr li-r sniis and daughters dur iiis their (s-ays a rontempor iiry). fails M lit ? -i hor placo in -hoir I lif-arts. nr. at a.'i.v rate, in their lives, as they grow ol.'lor. They love 'Mother,' of [?nurse, but in aelual fact think very 1 i : 1 1 o about her. Hers indeed are the suidins hand and brain that keep home /hTi^ht a?i('r cheery, bat she is given no ? share in the hopes and fears, the ambi ' lions and pleasures, that (111 their easer younjr lives. She fivls this acutely, and is disposed to rnnsiiler herself wronged and unkindly treated by tllnse to whom Iier whole Ilea t and time are ^ given. In some way she realises has lost touch with them. HBknmv looks hick with regret to the l^^^&C'hen they were 'tinies,' and she I^^^Bw-per of the small consciences, the of little kingdom in H^B^B^^h.ul no HH^H^Ri^rriot ..see that often she is her |^M^y-)lame. A l...
JU-JITSU. VIEWED AS A FINE ART. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
^ JU-JITSU. ^ VIEWED AS A FIXE ART. Mrs Roger Watts and Mr G. W. Beldam have recently written a boo.- entitled ' rl he Find Art ol. Jujltsu.' Of it the ' Westminster Gazette' writes : — W:e recommend all our readers to buy and enjey this voiujne, if we may | judge by the remurkubli interest and j discussion it has excited during its life 011 our table. The first book of [its kind, the idea is as ociginal as the execut ion is admirable, . J ujij,wr- in changing its climate, has itself 'Undergone a change. In England it has found its earliest woman pro fessor, who for the first, time in any country has worked out a system of trailing in this ' fine art' fcr th2 benefit of women. The honor of the series of really extraordinary ancL beautiful illustrations, whi^h pra^jfl cally form the book, must be di^^H j between the clever artists who ed these feats of skill and the graphcr. who has used sources of his art to I ryrtraj^^^^B Mrs Watts gives an ,c-: p 1 a □ a t i 3^^H| the pictures wij...
POLITICIANS. SOME DRAMATISTS VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
POLITICIANS. SOME DRAMATISTS' VIEWS. Dramatists generally havo not been favorable to politicians. It was Shakespeare who made King' Lear ex plain : — Get tbco glass eyes. And, like a ecurvy politician, stem To see the things tliou dost not. Chapman, in his ' AH Fools,' simi larly caused a leading character to ejaculate : ( Heaven, hoaven, I sec these! politicians (Out ot blind Fortune's hainls) are our most fools; \ while .John Ford, in ' Rove's Sacri fice,' wrote : Thou arc n traitor: do Dot think, the gloss Ot smooth evasion, by your cunlug jests, And coinagc of your polt^|^^B^uln, jig tne events
General News [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
General News A violent thunderstorm passed ?over Sydney last week. At Pymble several -buildings were struck by lightning, and the new post office was partially unroofed. Boats were lifted by the wind at Watson's Bay, bodily, and carried for a distance of 100 yards. During a quarrel at Kilrush, near Maryborough, Queensland, a man named Cou Roth is alleged to have fired at a youth named Avilla with a rsvolver, .the bullet entering his side ; the youth thereupon seized a, rifle and fired at. Roth, who fell. Next day Roth's dead .body was found lying in a doorway partly eaton by crows. Avilla'-s condition is critical. You Will be Surprised how much better you feel if your stomach is in good condition. Dr. Sheldons Diges tive Tabules will inanrove vour diges tion at once. Obtainable at Benuett & Sons. The coach between Wallerawang and Wolgan mine toppled over into a deep gorge while going down W. i gan Gap, the other day'. The vehicle rolled over several times, but only one passe...
THE SHADOW OF A MYSTERY LA BELLE IMPERATRICE. FARNBOROUGH ABBEY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
THE SHADOW OF A MYSTERY - LA BELLE IMPERATRIOE. FARXBOROUGII ABBEY. Within an hour's journey from Loti- 1 don, on tlie summit or a wooded 1)111 (writes a correspondent), the exEm f press Eugenie of 'France is spend lap p the declining years of her tragic and f eventful life. Nothing can be seen of j FarnboTOTTgli from the road, hut follow j tlie narrow climbing path which winds through pinewooils up to the Roman ! Catholic Abbey of St.- Michael, and if , your visit be when the trees are bare, you may see in the distance the gabled i roof of the comfortable, unpretentious- 1 looking house which is the royal lady's , residence. , The chapel aud a considerable part of the monastery were built by the Km j press herself, who lias also erected a magnificent mausoleum, in which rest the remains of her husband. Napoleon III., and of their only son, the l'riuce , Imperial. The most noticeable orna ment in tlie chapel, which somehow calls to mind Matthew Arnold's 'little grey church on the wi...
The Bangalow Sensation. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
Tlie Jiangalow Sensation. An inquiry was held at Bangalow on .Saturday, by Mr. F. G. Adrian, District Coroner, into the cause of death of William Corry, an infant, who was fnnrtrl rlrm.'iipr1! IT T1 rl nv rmnn liair circumstances in Byron Creek on April 29th. Evidence was given as follows-: — ?Constable BroWn, stationed at ?Bangalow, deposed that on April 29, at about 8 o'clock ,\.m., ho was in formed !by Mr. George Reading, of Bangalow, 'that Mrs. Margaret Chal mers has just been found in Byron Greek, Bangalow, w'ith -ababy -son of Charles'Corry, in hor arms. He made a careful examination of tho body., and the only mark he could find was a red one on the back of 'the neck. Mrs. Chalmers had recovered con sciousness, and was being attended to by 'a nurse. The child's body was removed to the police station, and witness reported the death to the Coroner, who ordered a post-mortem which -was made by Dr. Samu elson, of Bangalow. Deceased was an infant, seven days old, and was a grandchi...
LONDON EXPERIENCE. DOUBLES IN COURT. MAN MISTAKEN FOR HIS BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
LONDON EXPERIENCE. DOUBLES TX COURT. MAX MISTAKEX FOR IIIS . BROTHER. An extraordinary case of mistaken identity occupied tlie attention of Mr Paul Taylor at Mai'.vlebone. where a young man mimed Ernest Gleeson. 24. was brought up from Leeds Gaol under \ -'a Home Office order to answer a charge j / of stealing a fur muff and necklet, an, ulster, and a jacket and vest, valued at L7. from a room at the Great Western Hotel. I'addiugton. The accused's brother Leon, living at (.'overdale road. Shepherd's Bush, is awaiting his trial on (lie same charge, lml' it is admitted Hint he is innocent, and lias been mistaken for his brother Ernest. The articles mentioned were stolen from tli(! hotel on the night of 7th Janu ary. and In their place was left a coat, in the pocket of which was a pawntic ket relating to an overcoat pawned in ^ Hie name of .John Gibson, of Coverdale road. Leon Gleeson was arrested at 2li Coverdale road 011 the charge of com mitting the robbery. He protested flint he kn...
THE KAISER. A MAN WORTH WATCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
THE KAISER. A MAN WORTH WATCHING. Mr Spencer Lelgn Hugnes writes in , 'M.A.P.' : — The German Emperor has undoubtedly been the man of the week, for it has happened that he has so managed to ar range affairs that his birthday synchron ised with a remarkable electioneering victory — the victory being ail the more noteworthy because it was entirely un expected. I have taken a considerable interest in the Kaiser and his doings during [he lost eight years — ever since I happened to see a good deal of him in Palestine and in Syria. It is one of the unsettled problems of history as to whe ther I went to Palestine with him, Or he went with me. I have always been pre pared to agree to a reasonable compro mise and to soy that we went together, not exactly as rival attractions, but as companions more or less, and, whatever else may be said about him, this at least cannot be denied — he is interesting;. There is nothing stodgy or commonplace in his character or in his performances. He is among ...
NOTES FROM PARIS. THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF LANCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
NOTES FROM PARIS. THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF LANCASTER. The exfemc privacy of the Kiny and Queen's visit has been taken as a fresh proof of His Majesty's love for Paris. He and the Queen have come, as it were, to make Paris their home for the time they arrange to stay at the British Em bassy, to live an informal life, and to d:» generally as Parisians do. casting aside the irksome restraints and formalities of official life, and being simply themselves ir. the midst of a friendly people who really see in the King a charming boulevardier. They have not suffered any official personage to be disturbed on their account. By the King's expresse 1 desire, the Prefect of Police and his offi cial private secretary did not appear on the platform of the Northern Railway as the King and Queen ' stepped from their train. They were the Duke and Duchess of Lancaster, and might have been merely a private lady and gentle man rich enough to travel in a sump tuous train of their own. The terminus was kep...
Small Debts Court. TUESDAY, MAY 7th, 1907. (Before Mr. W. S. Arnett, P.M., and Mr. J. C. Morrison, JP.) [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
Small Debts Court j Tuesday, Max 7th, 1907. (Before Mr. W. S. Arnett, P.M., and Mr J. 0. Morrison, JP.) Jane Watts proceeded against Q. JCendriek for £2 3s. board and lodg ing, an order boing made for the amount and 5s costs. C. H. Walsli and wife v. Chas. Bonnell : wrong dismissal, damages £10. ? Mr Halliday for ? plaintiff ; Mr Mcintosh for defendant. ?/ C. H. Walsh deposed that' defend ant engaged him and his wife on 5tli February last, as dairy hands, at £5 a month, and they went into his service on the 11th February, re maining until 9th April, when de fendant told him he had better pack up and dear out as soon asj he could, to which witness replied, ' All right.' ' Defendant then said to witness's wife, ' As for you, Mrs. Walsh, you are only a mischief-maker and a tor ment^ you are not a woman, you are ?only a ? thing.' Witness's wife then left the yard, but afterwards returned. Defendant said, ?' It's a nice 'tiling for a man to have to put up with — crying ? kids, a cranky ?...
THE SPEOTHOS. A NEW BREED OF DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
THE SPEOTHOS. A NEW i BREED OF DOG. ! Fanciers and dog 1 overs generally will be interested to hear that a new kind ot dog has. been discovered. That is to say, it is quite a new clog so far as present day knowledge is concerned, for possibly the breed is very ancient. The discov erer was one of a party of surveyors re cently engaged in an expedition to tt-e | higher Andes in Ecuador, and his find Is described in the 'Comptes Rcndus.' | The animal, though a true member of the canine family, is much like a badger ! than the dogs we know, it has a very pointed nose, and is covered will* short, ' close, woolly fur of a mouse-grey color. The tail is (lat. something like that of a beaver, though on a much smaller scale, and carries on each si'de' a fringe of long black hair, and a tuft of the ' same kind at the tip. The back is dot ted with 'tufts of black hair tipped with white. | Altogether it is a most interesting ; creature, and at the same time :i very rare one, the discoverer only ...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
Football. The:Brunswick Football Club held its second meeting ,-n tlie'Oddfellows' Hall on Thursday night 'there being a'good attendance. of members, includ ?ing'the president, Mr. A 'Cameron, The minutes of previous meeting -were .confirmed, 'correspondence re ceived,, rules adopted, -aud the differ tenticommittees elected. ? The meeting '.was 'in ffavor-of affiliating w'ith the' .'N.S.'W. IRugby football Union, and (thereupon. appointed Messrs Hill and IE. ilnsk'ip -as delegates to the club, who 'will -attend a conference of Dis 'tr'ict 'Delegates, 'to be held at Gurney's HoteHo-night, (Thursday), the object of Which ^is to consider tho advisability of affiliation. The secre tary informed the meeting that Mr. Livingstone had kindly given this club permission to use .a portion of his property, near the recreation reserve, as a field. The favor -was imuch appreciated. A vote thanks was accorded the chairman, who replied with kind 'remarks and a few useful bints- The meeting then iro...
LA MANIERE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 9 May 1907
LA MANIERE. An Object Lesson to the British Tourist. In the streets of 'gay Paree,' Lo! they make a mighty stir, Praising, each, with ardor free 'Edouard, roi dV^ngleterre.' Nor they 'EdouarJ'. praise alone ; Alexandra, too, -loth share Popular affection'? throne; 'Ah, la belle n»ine d'Angloterre.' |HdMH|AMHa|j|^jiocts sing her