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SAILOR AND SORCERER. PIERRE LOTI AND HIS ART. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
SAILOR AND SORCERER. PIKRRE LOTI SAND HIS( ART. M. Charles Bouvler inaugurated a series of four conferences on the after noon of November 16 th, at Stein way Hall by a brilliant 'resume' of the life and art of Pierre Lotl. M. Bouvier gave interesting details of the home surround ings of the famous novelist, of his eccen tric cuisine, his Oriental dress, and house — a museum of curiosities culled j from all parts of the' world. Reviewing Lotl's place in modern French literature, he said that in his vocation as sailor he united the art of a true sorcerer as far as literary charm went. Philosophy Lotl was totally de void of, while he did not even graze the great problems of existence. But he -pos- sessed the art of charming, the-reader by his extraordinary power' of description. HIb gift lay In the power to seize the most vivid and salient impreSBlon the reality he Is describing can yield. In support of this the lecturer cited the Wonderful local color In 'Pecheurs d'Islande.' Loti, ab...
TELEPHONE GIRL AS DETECTIVE. HOW A KIDNAPPED CHILD WAS POUND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
TELEPHONE GIRL AS DETECTIVE. HOW A KIDNAPPED CHILD WAS FOUND. The 'Daily Mail' correspondent tele graphed from Stettin on 23rd Novem ber: — c , //A six-year-old child of a well-to-do Stettin merchant was kidnapped on Tuesday, and -on Wednesday the father.; was requested by letter to pay L2S0 . to a man waiting at a cemetery, otherwise it was threatened the parentB- would never see the child again. ^ ' The father Informed the police, and to th*- pp.mpippv. frvllriWArt hw Act tectives, but the man apparently got suspicious and decamped. This morning a telephone girl over beard ajges^age'ToJ-.gjtian at the main telephone office requesting' tKiT?att;er -to- pay. She immediately telephoned for tho police, who smartly appeared on the scene and arrested the man. , . ' His accomplice ran Into a house and got on to the roof, followed by the police. Large crowds witnessed an exr citing chase, the flight of the man being stopped by a timely shot in the leg. At the police station the man con fe...
HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
HOMELY TAX. ft. ' ; Oien-y Roly-Poly. — A rich light biscuit crust may be used, but the beef suet paste Is best. Roll -this out and spread with pitted cherries, sprinkle plenty, of sugar over them, roll up the paste,, fold ing over at each end to keep ^ in: the' juice.. If suet crust is used, fol^'up' the roly poly In cheesecloth and boil or steam It. It may be baked, if a biscuit crust Is used. Serve with cherry- sauce, or a hard sauce colored pink with cherry Juice, and decorated with candied cher - rles. ' Cherry Sponge.— Put half a package of gelatine to soa\ in half a cup of cold water. Stem a quart of cherries. Put a cup of boiling water and a cup of sugar in a saucepan, and boil Ave minutes; then pour over the cherries, cover, and let cook for ten or fifteen minutes, then rub through a coarse sieve. Dissolve the gelatine over hot water, and then stir it into the cherries. Set In ice water, and when the mixture be gins to thicken fold in the whites of three eggs beaten to a st...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
Presbyterian Church. First Sunday of month: Mullumbim bimby 11, Byron Bay 3, Spring Vale 7.30 Second Sunday of month : Myocum 11, Billiniidgel 2.39, M'bimby 7,30 Third Sunday of month: Bangalow 11, Spring Vale 2,30, Byron Bay 7.30 Fourth Sunday of month : Myocum 11, Main Arm 2.30. M'bimby 7.30 Fifth Sunday of month ; Same as 4th Rev. Richard Dill jlfacky METHODIST CHURCH. Mai'ch 6 th. —(Tuesday), Mullumbimby Creek, (Mr. -J. Grossman.) Salvation Army. Every Sunday at 7 a.m.'rll a.m, 3 p.m and 7.30. p.m. Sunday School at 10 a.m and 2 p.m. Week-nights. — / Tuesday 8 p.',n. — Brigadier Vinco. Wednesday, 8 p.m Friday, 8 - p.m. All aro welcome/^^ ?T. Dceble, (Ensign) 1 '. — — — — — — — — — mm Ok SfltiliMmbiitiy Star * SATURDAY, MARCH 3 1906.
[?]Y NOTES. [?]ERCISE FOR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
[?] 1 RE ,'iFOR CHlliDREN. ~r TraHPBjThcflrty child naturally lcvca the. outdooTllfc — tho air, tho light, tho freedom, tho sun, tho grass, the flowers (says a con temporary). Think back to the days when you had a playhouse under the old o?Jc tree, whose gnarled roots spread themselves above tho ground in enchanting big curves that held moss and earth, and formed lor your house shelves and seats. How you collected bltB.of.' china and Klass— what treasures stray shblls proved; how difficult you found It to be' sorry when mother's old coffce-pot or saucepan sprung a leak, mid it was given over to you. A little later you learned to swim in the old pond below tho spring-house, and when winter came you skated. Was ever anyone too poor to get some sort of skates, tied to gether, maybe, with a queer collodion of j straps? i | Your mother believed that even girls should ' learn' to do all tho outdoor things, and she saw to It that sled and skates, and saddle, and bow and arrow came, ono by ...
Working of the Liquor Act. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
forking of the Liquor Act. Recently the Chief Secretary re quested tho Inspector-General of Police to obtain reports from his officers throughout the State regard ing the efficiency, of tlie amended liquor law from the police point of view. Accordingly instructions were issued to the superintendent of each police district in the State to furnish a report on the matter. The major ity of these are now to liand. In every instance the superintendents regard the new law in a favourable light. It has, in their opinion, effected a great improvement in the conduct oi hotels, especially in regard to tlia selling of liquor during pro liibitcd hourfe, and particularly on Sundays. It is asserted that , there is very little Sunday trading done now, as compared with what went ou under the old law. There has been a corresponding falling off in drunk-, enness, and, therefore, fewer convin tions for inobrity. Hotelkoopers, especially those who did not wish to do Sunday trading, but wero forced into ...
ONLY AN ONIONMAN. A "HILDA" REFLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
ONLY AN ONIONMAN. A 'HILDA' REFLECTION. 'The South-Western Railway Com pany's steamer Hilda .struck a rock three miles from St. Malo and sank. Only six-lives were saved.' The Father of the Family laid down his paper and stirred his coffee. 'Very sad,' he said, 'very sad. Some carelessness, I suppose. My dear,' turning to his wife, 'you really must tell the cook not to burn the bacon like this, it is positively disgraceful.' 'I see the passengers were mostly on'.y onion-men,' said the Eldest Daughter, who had taken up the paper. 'By the way, mother, we haven't settled yet which hat I am to wear for the luncheon party. Is It to be the red or the green?' ? ? ? ? Yvonne sat on the rocks. Her dres^ and apron were wet with spray, and he white headdress hung limply on eithe, side of the pale little face. In her hear: was the greyriess of a dull, despairing misery, grey as the mist that hung over l2nd and sea. And -the waves as they broke upon the rocks thundered merol lessiy: ' ' ' 'Alone ...
Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
Rifle Match. i A match, Murwillumbah v. MulluflflH bimby, was shot off on tho l|Hr range on Wednesday, in most ment weather, and resulted ou ay1 victory for the visitors, who 3tated that they liad an enjoyable time. The Murwillumbah club is to be congratu lated on having such splendid shots ^ as Messrs Boyd and Sharp. We append the scores. : — Mullumbimby. 500yds, 600yds Total. T. Toorens .,.33 25 58 A. E. Latter,.. 30 28 58 H.French ... 32 22. ? 54 C. Armbruster 28 25 53 W. J. Staines 19 25 44 A. E. Kelly... 17 27 44 : 341'
MR. STEAD ON RUSSIAN AFFAIRS. THE GOVERNMENT AND THE LIBERALS. A GLOOMY OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
MRSTEfflT ONRUSSWN AFFAIRS^ ! THE GOVERNMENT AND THE LIBERALS. A GLOOMY OUTLOOK. Mr W. T. Stead, just back from Rus sia (writes the 'Westminster Gazette' of last month) has much to say of the state of things there; and, though he insists as much as ever that he is 'an optimist— never a pessimist,' he has gloomy forebodings as to what may happen there unless things take a turn for the better very rapidly. He dis; cussed the political situation In Russia at great length with a representative of the 'Westminster Gazette,' and, after expressing the utmost satisfaction with the recent upheaval in Finland— I 'it was a delightful revolution,' he said, 'absolutely bloodless; everybody ^ did | just what they ought to have done'— he had much to say about the events of the moment in Russia which his opportunity of studying the matter from the outside makes valuable. 'The majority of the people of Rus sia,' he said, 'are positively in igno rance of the fact that any big movement has been taking...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
F. R. GRAY; Cordial Manufacturer, IVflulIum&imfoy. MONTHLY ACCOUNTS. T. GILLARD, Auctioneer, Stock Salesman, AND General Commission Agent, MULUUMBirVSBY. Sales conducted in any part of tlie District Commissions Executed. Account Sales promptly rendered and . proceeds paid over. Bread! Bread! Bread! Good Flour and Good f Bakers MAKE GOOD BREAD That is Why Oufs is the - Best! —GIVE US A TRIAL— . BRAZIL & MELEES, The People's Bakers. Mlumbimfoy Saw IVIiSSs In tlie heart of Bis Scrub Timber. Absolutely the CHEAPEST TIMBER on the Market. HAVING- secured the very latest Plaining and Moulding Machine, we guarantee to supply all Timber splen didly dressed, and .Mouldings of Every Description As we are -practical saw millers, every department is under our direct supervision. PRICE LIST ON APPLT.ATION. Don't fail to givo us a trial. You are sure to get satisfaction. HoHingworth & iaHeit PROPRIETORS. What You Want in FOOTWEAR Is Comfort, Ease, & Durability For a...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
Miscellaneous* Typhoid and diptheria are prevalent at Dubbo. The' Victorian Bush Fires Relief Fund has reached £3000. . There is a slump in onions. A few months back, they were .£26 a ton ; now they are £3^ For the first time in 30 or 40 years, the Orange Hospital is out of debt. Condobolin holds the record for disastrous bush fires in New South Wales this year. Mr. Jas. Eonwick, the Aus tralian historian, is dead, aged 90 years. N It is ? estimated that the North Shore bridge would cost two millions to construct. Casino Presbyterians have decided to erect a new church at a cost of £1500. During the past season, 3,500 bags of maize have been ''ipt away from Nowra rail owra^ Co E^^Hj^^^flKtrromine H^HKth killed fflHQ^HTiong the rail ' ( In Sydney, a man picked up a purse, and failme to deliver it up to its rightful'owner, was fined £5« The London Bank of Aus tralia-Jjas purchased a valuable piece of land in Coraki, and contemplates, erecting a new building thereon. Drinking water has...
Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
Religions Notices CHURCH OP* ENGLAND. 1st Sunday of Month— Byron Bay 8 a.m. (h.c.), Myocum 10.30, Billi nudgel 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 2nd Sunday — Bangalow 11, O.pos sum Creek 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 3rd Sunday: Mullumbimby 11 a.m (ii.c.), Tyagarah 2.30, Byron Baty 7.30 4th Sunday : Byron Bay 11 (h.c.), Cooper's Shoot 2.30, Bangalow 7.30 5th Sunday : Byron Bay 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 Rev A, W. Coates
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
at the Yards ou tho aboWWI^^ ?-2 Dry Cows, forward '7 Heifers, 15 months ?12 Yearlings, splendid quality '12 Calves, 6 months 8 Choice Forward Springers 2 Young Dairy Bulls 12 Stoor6, 12 to 15 months . 10 Mixed Horses Tho Auctioneer wishes to state that ?owiDg to the number of stock coming forward, for the convenience of vondors and his supporters he is compelled* to hold fortnightly sales instead of monthly, -as formerly. Sale at 2 p.m. Saturday, 3rd March Big Furniture Sale. Mullumbimby Auction Mart JAS. PARRIsH has been favoured with instructions from A. E, Cook, ? Esq., to sell by public auction, at the Auction Mart, on tho above date, The whole of his Furniture and Effects, comprising : — Double Bedstead and Spring Mattress, Stretcher, Children's Cot, Marble Top Washstand .aud Toilet Set, Cedar Washstand and set, Children's Chairs; Cradle. ' Cot, Hocking Chair, Wicker Chair, 'Perambulator, and other articles ? - - 'loo numerous to mention. Large Dining Table, Kitchen Table, Sof...
When the Wicked Rise. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. Published by Special Arrangement. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK II. CHAPTER X. WHEN THE WICKED RISE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
then the . . . Wicked Rise. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. [?] ? By.... FBederi^SIMdoffiBon. [COPYRIGHT.] f BOOK II. . CHAPTER X. When the Wicked Rise. The following morning broke bright and orisp. The sun oast a pleasant glamoujMiver everything. Always an eurly«pir, Dorothy Proscott, having partaken of breakfast, prepared to leave ihqgfooms she occupied with her friend, Irene Gorrick, and spond an hour or two in the sunlight in tho park which the windows of their quarters over looked. She made a wonderfully pretty figure as she wended her way across tlie street to the big iron entrance ,'ates. Her tall, well-inouldad figure tppeared to advantage in a neat grey ioatume, set off by handsome furs. Dorothy's faoe had ohanged much. The ohildish imperiousness had given way to a stately oalm. Tlie features were pleasing but sad. The eyes had lost the gay, coquettish glance, and were now gravo and kindly. The tragedy which entered her life had left its traoe. But if any...
WANTED TO FINISH HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
WANTED TO FINISH HIM. The gentleman who thrashed a 'strongly built costermonger' the other night (writes the'Westminster Gazette' of 12th November last) because he saw him kicking his wife will probably blush aY the compliment paid him by the Stratford magistrates for the good he did by stealth. The 'strongly built' man was charged with a brutal assault on his wife, and. he appeared in court with many outward and visible signs of having been badly knocked about him self. This was the work of the 'un- known,' who when he. saw the assault promptly set to work on the assailant. He mttst have enjoyed it because when a policeman came on the scene the avenger asked tor the man to be left alone for him to finish off. 'I was badly set about,' ' complained the prisoner, who evidently thought more of his own bruises than those which ht' Inflicted on his -wife. He got no sympathy from the magistrates, but only six months' impri sonment. The wife got a separation, and her unknown champion got c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
Broom hall' s Australasian Wheat 'Ready Reckoner. This book, oompiled by Mr. Ii. V. Broom hall o! 18 Bridge Street, Sydney, the aompilK ol the Grain Merohanta Beady Beokoner, oonjointly with Mr. G. K. Gregson has been printed and published by Messrs. MoOarron Stewart & Oo., ii Pitt Street, Sydney. By its aid one oan ascertain at a glanoe the Invoice value ol a paroel.of wheat of any weight at any prioe. v The Bailway Bates of all the StateB of tho Commonwealth from the various wheat forwaiding stations, whioh are all enumerated in alphabetical order, also appear ; together with an ' equivalent table by meanB of which one ean asoertain the rate per buahelincurred in railing wheat. It js very apparent that great care has been bestowed upon the compilation of the work and w» think that every Miller as well as evury. Wheat man throughout Australia should bo possessed of a copy, whioh oan be hadlfrom the oompiler, 18 Bridge St. (postal address Box 1221 G.P.O.) or from the printer...
EXODUS OF RUSSIAN JEWS. SETTLING IN BRITISH COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
- \ EXODUS or RUSSIAN JEWS. SETTLING IN BRITISH COLONIES. The steady flow of Jews (remarks the 'Dally News') from Russia shows no sign of decreasing. Oyer 35,000 have passed through London during the first ten months of this year. fcSom^ 90 pf' cent have settled in America,, mostly In Canada, though li.tterly many have been I sent to the Argentine. \ i On Monday 140 Immigrants from the Kovna districts arrived In the London Docks by the Alexandra Mlchaelovltch from Libau. Eighty were immediately conveyed to the Midland railway to Liverpool, en route to America, having, taken through tickets in Germany. . Thirty-two more had booked by the Union-Castle Line for South Africa, where they go to join friends. A further twenty booked passages from London to America yesterday, and the remaining eight will probably follow in a few days. During their stay in London the people are cared for by the Jews' Shelter in 1 Leman street. The interval between the ' passage is mainly occupied ip the pur ...
Lismore District Court. (Before His Honor Acting Judge Hamilton.) Delph Singh v. Kesteven. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906
Lismore District Court. (Before His Honor Acting Judge Hamilton.) Delpli Singh v. Kesteven. The particulars of the ease, briefly, were that in October, 1904, Dr. Kes teven leased Delpli Singh's house in Mullumbimby. In September last, Delph Singh issued a Supreme Court writ against Dr. Kesteven to recover £44 12s 6d, which amount was made up of £9 2s 6d claimed for goods sold at the time of the lease, £13 for rent of a paddock adjoining the house alleged to have been leased at 5s a week, and £22 10s for balance of rent. The 'case was set down for hearing at the Supreme Court sittings last December, but was not reached. An application was then successfully made on behalf of Dr. Kesteven to have the case heard in Lismore before the District Court Judge. The case .accordingly came on for hearing be fore Judge Hamilton last Wednesday. Mr. Holman (better known as a Labor member than as a barrister), instructed by Mr. Champion, ap peared for Delph Singh, while Mr. Crown Prosecutor Brownin...