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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

News and Notes. Wfe'st Australia produced gold valtied at£604,989 during the moutlt of February. ? At the Rungoila Range, Queens* land, a new rond has booh discovered which will open a mag'ttifiecnt pas toral and tniUiug distritt i o setUe'J ment. Mary M; Donald, a Trpsfi-e'ss. whd claimed to he 13'), })iindiedat Phi.la-J delyhifi. She told of seeing washingJ ton's soldiers at Valley Forge in the, winter of 1777-78. i^lfo Was an inveterate sm'okei'i Mr; .Geoj Sti-'aH'ortl, nl'ii:/ a wellJ known builder and contfitdtor, on the Hunter., was seized with an apoplectic fit while on the wof of it building? hist week, and fell, ti Coiisiderltble distance. He did not recover c'mtsciounne.ss, and died on Th'ursdi'ly ifist. Toe Siate Government has decided that the '? GazetteJ,, shall in f utuj-tf be published ostly once a week, thii day of publfcatiitn being Wednesday, and tlid first issiie aiidm- the ne^ arrangement shitll be, Wednesday^ -Ifarch 7. At present it -« issued nrf Tuesdays and I...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rhodes Grass on the Clarence. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

Rhodes (^rass ah the Clarcncc. A'r OiMf'rox, where it has been ftft her j dry;vi farmer, writing to Slfe'rfsrs.' J Anders 4m & Co., -S'yditey, says : — 1 ani jiiLt V)eginuing to harvest Rhpdife's | grrtss.^1 have planted ji couple of 1 aci'cs, which hav^tfMMLand look i spKindiffi iusfc large c/flljUnv. theser and H nourishing grass paspalutii. cri 1 f different ti

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

R. C. Cituncu. On the first and third Sundays of each month, Muss is celebrated at Bangitlow, o « the second ftt Mullnm lumbimby, and fourth lit Byron Bay. ' Rev. Father Casey.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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The Dimmishing [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

[?] Tin; ernsade against race snicide, to1 which President Roosevelt recently , . ^ gave a powerful impetns, is l-ein{f / carried oat with energy, hot only in America, but in; 'English- churches. One Roman CatStolic priest in New York has gorfc so far as to drape th« baptismal font in Mack, because nc christening had taken place in his church for seven or eight weeks, Ac,cor-f-ng to Presfdoi^jb Roosevelt #nd the Chnrchitttssi who think with hirtv, the decline ii- the birthrate is ' due iff «8feenr than natural eiVuBCH, But is thig theory correct ? Iu the* 'Nineteenth Century,' Mr. J. W.- N Barclay takes up the cause of they ? people in t^iis matter. He challenges President -Roosevelt or the Bishop of* London to say that th®1 failure of the eighteen Americian pberesses have heirs was wilful, or th at^^^^^H were' lacking a (Jesire to hav^^H^^I glory of presenting, their With fceirt* to their titles i t B»rke, one fourth of sxistmg at the beginningoj^^^^^^^H century became extifict bef...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

PrKSBYTEIIIAN Cni-KCH. First Sunday of month: Mullumbim- ' bimb^ 1.1, Byron Ray i), Spring Vale 7.30 Second Sunday of month : Myocum , ll. Uilliinidgcl 2.39, M'birnby 7,80 Thir(l^®'uli\y of month: Bnngalow H. Sii^JH'yle 2.30, .Byron Bay 7.30 Fourthswijity of m^utli : Myo«^nt 11. Main Arm 2. MO. M'hiinby 7.30 Fifth Sunday of month ; Same as -itb Rev, Richard Dill Jfaeky MKtnoni^T cfifRcn. March (5th. — (Tuesday), Muliumbiuiby Creek, (Mr. J. Crossiiuin,)

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The Line Nowhere to Nowhere. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

' ? The Line Nowhere to [?]

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

Salvation* Armt. Harvest Festival Thanksgiving 8efvice- Every Sunday at 7 a.m., 11 a.m, 3 pan and 7.30. p.m. Sunday School at 10 a.m and 2 .p.m. Week-nights^— Monday S p.m. — Brigadier Vinee', Wednesday,' S p.m Friday, 8 p.m. All are welcome. J. Deeble, (Ensign) Ox msllrablibv Star — ''??? ? ' '' — SAT U R 1) A Y -^ARC H 10 1900, ? ? ? IN ? ? ?

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SPECIAL PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

SPECIAL PRIZES. Best tandem turnout, J. Ferguson I ; 3 entries. Fat BuIIodk Gilessing Conitietition, J; A. Noble 1. Best foal by Granite,- if; Gay 1, M. Duffrey 2 ; 5 entries. Worst turnout, G. Hampson 1. Maiden litlck, D; Bryen 1, J, Par mentor 2: Best slllky hotfce 15 hands, that has never ?vVon a first prize in any dlnssj G- Johnson 1. Champion buggy pair, undor 14.§, T. Clugston 1. . Best lady's turnout, J. A, Nable 1, Miss W. Armstrong 2. Best foal by Uabba, J. N. Noble li Best colt foal by Tartan, B; M'Gittigan 1 ; 2 entries. Best foal by Crusado, H. Hawkins i ; 7 Entries. ., Hofrse nioat'suitablc for Australian Light Iiors&j O. Virtue's Yil'tor 1 ; 12 entries. Best pair plough horses ,' 4yrs and under, W. Gay 1, 3 entries. Best pair farm horpeS, 4yrB and tinder, W; Gay 1'; 3 entries. Buggy horse that has never tvoH tt a prize as such, O. Virtue 1 i 11 entries. Galloway trot in saddle) Si Ituth erford's Starpointer 1 ; 11 entriesi Pioneer rider ovor 3ft 6ih hurdles, fi...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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DURHAMS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

Dobhahs Bull, 3yre and over, M. S. fiandv^^M marsh's York 1 ; Walker Braa Lovely Knight 2 ; A. Fraper'a Kiakora com ; 11 entries. Bull 2yra add under 3, A. C. Cray's Noble Lad 1 ; D. Cooke's Cstpt&in 2 ; 4 entries. Bullr lyr and under 2, S. Bry«f£ 1 ; D. Cooke 2 ; G. P. Collins co^y' 15 entries. ' ' - Bull under 1 year, S. Costello's Donald 1, C, Moses, 2 ; D. Cooke c ; 16 entries. . CoW 3yra and over, in milk, M. E. Hindm&rsh's Aferyl 1; D. Cooke's' ' Christie 2 ; D. Cooke'o Lady 8 ; 20 J entries. | Cow, three years and over, dry, . :J J. Boyle 1 ; Walker Bros 2; Elliott J4 Bros..c; 17 efctries. . 5i| Heifer 2yrs and under 3, D. Cooke ! 1 ; Walker Bros 2 ; 9 entries. Heifer lyr and under 2, W. J. Wheeldon 1 ; Moffit Bros 2 ; 12 en tries. Heifer, under lyr, Walker Bros '1 and 2 ; C. Cox 3 and c ; 25 entrieB. : Durham,, group (bull over 2yrs, cow 3yr8 and over, cow or heifer 2yrs and under. 3, heifer under 2yrs and hejfer under lyr), speciol prize; . Walker Bros 1. j ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Local-and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

Localaiul Otli^;*teiiLs. Mb. Henren, Railway %w-.| '-vho wns . on holiday leaVe, ha^hHnrnod from Lismore. to take up Jiis onH?8 \ ' Sabw's Selectiox,' 'Way- backs,' and all the latest cheaj/. editions of Books, at TdrjJbcll's.* * * Mr. Walker of Billinudgel, is tak ing ' Lovely's Knignt ' and a group of his ehoico Durmams to thd Clar- i ence River Show. # ? * Cohstaule Ha3M, of MarwJIlum bah. has been transferred to Mullum bimby. Constable Smith goes to Murwillumbah. # # The local storo vans experienced a - little difficulty last Week in delivery ing orders to the customers, as tho| creeks were not fordable: In some' instances swimming was resorted to, ^ ? * met d e of Fob a varied assortment of Picture Post Cards, including enamelled Photos of Actresses, Comics, Local Views, ha., . you cannot do better than see Tdunhcul's selection.* # * Dr. Kesteven, it is understood, intends naming his residence 'Phila- delphia.1' Students of Greek will interpret the derivation and where* fore of...

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Angalow Annual Show. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

jkngalow. Attmml Show. Kli tenth annual show of tho fitih fivj Agricultural Society, whidti is {jBidered. the first on tho -North &t, eventuated on Tuesday and IneBday , last. Tho Bangalow ety wofc favored with better |-ther than the Lismore Society, Jttill the ?weathGi' \vas showery on ^days, particularly on Wedncs $ which made it Boine.what un* S'nt flip, around remained in ? jgoodordor throughout. The ? r -jjorable weather nO doubt mjli. [ against the attendance, which - i'ered 1500 on tho first day, and ' sen 3,000 and 4,000 on the *' second, including a large number '- from Lismore, The Tweed, and Mul- j lumbimby, and visitors ..from The Clarence and Queensland. The , Show was opened by Mr» B. B. O'Con nor, Minister for Public Instruction, Messrs. Ferry and Hindniarsh, WM.L.A., were also present. The \ptotal proceeds received from the gates \|and other incidentals amounted to %178 7s Gd.,a decrease on last'j&: 'pr which the weather was respons jiie. As usual, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

F. A. ROW, / THE Leading Storekeeper OF THE DISTRICT. The Largest, Best Assorted, and Most Up-to-date Stock of GROCERIES, DRAPERY, CLOTHING MILLINERY, MERCERY, FANCY GOODS BOOTS & SHOES, And GENERAL MERCHANDISE To be Found on the Brunswick. j Splendid lot of Show Novelties# j ? F. A. ROW, MuHuinbimb^ . ? ? ? ? ? ' 4 Thrifty Housewives 4 - 1 ? Always Trade with They know where they get the besfl^H for their Money* It has always been our aim to ' Haverstock ' Presents his Compliments, And desires that the Ladies will kindly attend and and look thro* his present « STOCK OF NEW LACES AT REMOVAL PRICES BENNETT & SONS. Tlie Little Men with the Little Prices, and Good Business, Station Street,^— MULLUMBIMBY. A. J. Richards STAR STORE, Mullunibiniby, / 1?03$ Drapery, mm ^Grocery:, ^

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The North Coast Railway. SPEECH BY MR. LEE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

The North Coast Railway* SPEECH BY MR. LEE. Iif addressing a deputation the othel' day at West ifaitlftnd, and speaking ia rofereface to the North. Coast Railway, Mr. Lee said ha would assure them the Government looked^ upon the construction of that line astVl. one of . national importance. That ' line, he declared, would be carried Out, or the Government would go out. (Afrplause). He Was Certain if those critics oHhe North Coast line would travel OVer tho district and see the immense arefifi of rich aserieulturai land, suitable for closor settlement,- i but owing to inaccessibility to mar- * ket almost valueless, they wonld at once turn round from being op- ponentB to its warmest snpporter'B. There ,wa8 one thing h«- wished tt- imprijsi? tipou them, that in his proposal for tie construction of this railway he ? did not propose to intro duce what was known as th'6 betterment principlo, His reason for that was wherever the principle had been introduced it trad -Hrtttftlly been inoper...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

Captoin Pace, who traded between Maurftis and Jaja in the Monkey, and brought delightful bananas and tamarinds to Fremantle, is remem bered , by Mrs. Gannister. . Mrs. Pace and three daughters arrived in Victoria in 1832. One Miss Pace married a Mr. Wm. Sampson, another married Lieutenant Helpman, of a colonial 'sceooner, and r. third became Mrs. Stephen George Henty. IV GILLARD, Auctioneer, Stock Salesman, -AND General Commission Agent, MULLUMBItVIBY. Sales conducted in any part of the District Commissions Executed. K promptly rendered and eds paid over. tread! Bread! -ur and Good Bakers DOD BREAD. Why Ours Is the j Best! US A TRIAL— * pie's Bakers. ?Mullumbimby Saw Mills In the heart o' Big Scrub Timber. Absolutely the CHEAPEST TIMBER on the Market;. HAVING secured tho very latest Plaining and iUWlclmj Machine, wo guarantee to supply all Timber splen didly dressed, and Mouldings ofErary Description As we are practical saw millers, every department is under our direct supervision. ...

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First White Woman in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

First White Woman in Australia. It was considered that Mrs. Stephen George Henty, who died at Albury, I -was the oldest \rhite woman (prior to her death) in Australia., but the Melbourne ' Age ' gives the follow* ing account of a lady who has resided in Australia for 76 years : — 1 Although the late Mrs. Stephen Henty was probably the first white woman to land in Victoria, there S were many who were already ' ronghj | ing.' the ^pioneer's life in other 1 paths of undeveloped Australia before | she arrived. It may be accepted ^Jthafc the last survivor of the un ' ~^-ted little bandis Mrs J. Ban Ar, a colonist of 8eventy»six years' j iding, who now resides at 41 St. V .,vid8treet, Fitzroy. - 'I was born on August 8, 1822, ' 5 said Mrs Bannister when interviewed. ?'My father had a tailor's shop at -! '? y Oxford-street London and sixty ^^^fter a month in Capetown, we l| reached Fremantle on St Valentine's Si Day, 1830. There was 120 people ILn board, and I am the last survivor. | The f...

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Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

Religious Notices CITCIICH OF KXGI.ASIJ, 1st Suudny of Month — Byron Bay 8 a.m. (tt. c.J, Myocum 10.:{0j Billi nudgel 2.30, !Mullumbimby 7.30 2nd Sunday — Bungalow 11, (H,C) Coorabell Creek 2.15, p,m (School of Arts) Byron Bay 7.30 Annual Offertories for Clergy Pro* vidont Fund, 3rd Sunday : Mullumbimby 11 a.m (n.c.), 'i'yagarah 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Sunday : Byron Bay 11 (n.cr.), Cooper's Shoot 2.30, Bangalow 7,;-0 ?r't1i Sunday: Byron Bay 2.30, Mulluitibimby 7.30 Rev A. W, Coatea

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 March 1906

B12th Match .2.30 p.m. nuine £=out Sale. 'XA BURRA, I - 320 Head. I \-, (in cAnjiinctioii with iol'h' .Ifiti Co. 1'. mi .1, h. 1'' r^HSfiiu) arc ilinW iiiMftiotiims from , A. .1. I|. l'Iayft)i\l, I'ijq,, to selltiy public t. -u-tiotV. on wli.1t is krmwii as Todd Urn* ' f irm, \ miles from Uinna U.irra Rail ? \imv -Stu.\-u, mi Monday J2th Mari/h, his entice uSjjry herd as u ruler — lull MillitT*. '^ill young fiinj in fill! profit' 10 CV»-» ami U«-ifetv- right ntlhe Work. I'D ilcitVrs, one f-i nvn y«:ira j 30 'I'nildiV.i, oa the bucket Slips 1 Marc anrl foal l Pair. Plough Humm - „ Farm mid Dairy Implements, ami !iuii-ific4.] LniKijAt, Tehms. l.ttnukciM at 11. Sa!-; start* at noon. IjS'otk. — These cattle are, described iih u particularly' good, lot, young, ami of exeellentqu.-ility, and iit the pink of eon ditimi, and for positive right-out mle, without thf- shadow of reserve, . Kofetlw J.)iile, Monday, March l^tli ~~ iloudav, March 12th Genuine Clearing=out Sale, At Myocum. j 200 HE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

When Baby Burns his Hand. ' When sister cuts her finger. 'ShenV;;: brother gets - a bruise. In short, *hen'| l , anything happens to the ohildren whioh 'jf causes them pain, it is mother's delight to comfort and relieve the little sufferers. -!£—?? ? She can always do this when she has Dr. Sheldon's Magnotio Liniment in ^ the V House.' Subbing a little of ~ it over a v sore or wound immediately tabes away all ? S pain. and. vastly, has tons ^eoovery, Keep ' -*, a , bottle ;in/the house always. , and you 1 will. agree with a thousand other.mothers who have said that they could not keop hou$c without it. Sold by : Bennett and Sons.

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Story of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Story of the Sea. The British steamer Northumbrja arrived at Galle recently with Cap tain Pedersen, of the Danish iron barque Tercera, and members of the crew. The vessel was wrecked ipu-— Mozambique Channel while ..proeed ing in from Cardiff to Zanzibar, with a cargo of coal, on February 9 last. Captain Pedersen stated that the barque was running throngh the channel in a fierce south-east squall. It was raining furiously, and very ; dark. In spite of herculean efforts of the crew the vessel was blown as hore on a small island, becoming a total wreck. Sixteen men, including the captain and mate, managed to get on shore in one of the ship's boats, but the rest were drowned, Of the rescued men, five, including the paate, left in the boat for Mada gascar, while the captain and the men who are now in Colombo elected to remain on the island and take their chance of being picked up by a passing vessel. After twenty-four days of suspense, just as food and water were giving out, the Northum...

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A South Coaster in the Big Scrub. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

- A South COftsteT in the Big Scrub. -K\ Thus W. H. Rsbb- in the ' South Coast Times ' : — If you want to hear people talking of cows, and steers, and poddies, discussing separators, and gloating over pigs, comparing ' forest ' and ' brush land ? with an air of cpmfort and independence, von had better take a ticket and go North. There you will meet men whom you have known, men who are - not . dead, but have meroly gone gone before you to a country where milk-testing becomes a second nature, and vegetables ' lawyers ' block your progress .through. . the scrub. You will see deep land and chocolate soil, listen to people talking of 'vol- canic soil ' in a manner that makes you nod your fyead in approbation as ; if they knew exactly what they meant. You will see cows scattered over the hillocks, or lying in pas- '??? pal urn grass that almost covers them, during the days, and which at even tide stand clustered round thf bails. i ' You will hear of the big monthly cheques paid by the fac...

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