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

Woods' Great Peppermint Curo, | for Cough's and Colds, never fails. 1/6

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

jj ^ Imabietic = If LINIMENT I ka Cure* vhev* all £? M else foil*. ^ ?MiiiiTi i n !? i Our Special Millinery Show The latest shapes in Straw, Felt, Velvet, Chiffon, tfce Miss Moffit, The American Sailor, the French Sailor, Any Shape you like we can make for you. ti , Flowers, Foliage, Wings, Quills, Feathers, new shaded Ribbon Chiffon Turbans, Motor Veils, Goffered Chiffons, Washing Tuelle, an$ all the Latest Novelties in Millinery. BELTS* — We have a choice lot in Gilt, Kid, Silk, &c. di Flannel Blouse Lengths. WE HAVE A CHOICE LOT. , . .... Dress Goods. — Tweeds are the rage, especially greys and are selling fast. x Jackets ! Jackets l^* ALL NEW' SHAPES. In our Manchester Department we can give special value {Sheetings, Calicoes, Tickings, &c. Last, but not least, ?vl The Blankets, £? Australian made. We give them the preference because they are made here. ' * Come and see for yourself, when you will find all your requirements Cheaper at MalBam's. ? ? ? . ... ? \ —...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Fob a number of years , it was con^ sidercd ty dairymen that New Zea land pine was the only timber- this side of the line suitable for butter boxes, until Queensland rnnpnf.lv demonstrated that it had a pine equal ly good. Now comes tho Dorrigo pine, a Sample of which in the shape of two butter boxes, was exhibited at Sydney show, It is said of the latter timber, when compared with other pine for butter boxes, that being grown in a cold climate, it is closer in the grain. The wood is' tasteless, and the butter therefore cannot be contaminated.. Mills are cutting tho timber, so that a big industry can * very easily be placed on a sound footing if sufficient encouragement is given.

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Poison Antidote. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

'Poison Antidote. For the benefit of those who may be at any time attacked by poison internally, Mr. G. S. Littlejohn forwards some . useful information, published by Henri de Parvillo, in the^ 'Annales Politiques et Litteraires,' Paris. It is set out in the French ?man's article that tho Japanese physicians declare it is impossible for internal poisining to result in death if the victim swallow a quantity of charcoal as soon as the first gastro intestinal disturbance is felt. Dr. Thouery, a French druggist (who lived in the year 1886), asserted that charcoal would counteract tho poison of strychnine. No one beleived him, and, to prove that he knew what he was talking about, he swallowed a dose of strychnine, and then swal lowed a large quantity of charcoal, whe result bore out his assertion. Ho was not even mndo sick by it. This antidote must be taken when the first Bymptons of poison, are felt, and tho doses must be large. Henri do Parville contends that it would be well to test i...

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Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Progress Association. The regular monthly meeting of the above Association was .held on Fri day night last. There was a good' attendance, twenty members being present. Minutes of last meeting -were read and confirmed. Correspondence, as follows, was read and received :? — From the Department of Lands (through Mr Perry, M. P.) re Reserve No. 39877 from sale and 39878 from lease, for preservation of native flora, stating that surv-?y--jf the land, with a view to revoking the Reserve, has been approved of. It is then pro posed to offer the northern part for sale by auction and to re-notify the southern part as a Recreation Reserve. From the Roads Office, Murwil lumbah, under date April 9th, stat ing thp,t the road near W. Baker's farm was receiving attention. From same re culvert at junction of Bur ringbar and Dalley-streets and for mation of Dalley-street to full breadth from Saltwater Creek to Chincogan-street, stating that these matters would be forwarded to thf-'f' ? Commissioner a...

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Milking Shorthorn Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Milking Shorthorn Associ ation. The annual meeting of the Milking Shorthorn Cattle Association of New ?South Wales was held in Sydney last week, when the report for the year 1905-06 was adopted. The committee announced that the herd book containing the registration of 789 cows and 81 bulls have been issued. The milking Shorthorn breed of cattle could now boast of having a strong foundation on which furture herds will doubtless be built, and it is probable that in a few years to come the M.S. in crown brand will be conspicuous on the bulk of the Milking Shorthorn throughout the State, as, at the present time, there is a strong feeling in favor of having the cattle so branded. Financially the association was very sound as, after paying all ex pences incurred during tho year, including the printing of the herd book, there would remain a balance of £33 with a few pounds still out standing. Prospects were very bright for the issue of volume 11 of the herd book, and the work, of receiving...

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Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Produce Report. Butter, choice 9|d, prime 9d. Hams, colonial 8d to 9d, Pine apple lid. ' Bacon, best factory sidos 6jd to 6£d, pineapplo side 7|d. Choose, prime loaf 5£d to 5|d — good 5Jd. - W Eggs, North 1/1 to 1/2, South 1/5 to 1/4. Chaff, oxtra prime to £4 10/-, primo to choice oaten £4 6/8;mcdiuni £3 8/4 per ton. Potatoes, £7 10/- to £8 per ton. Bran and pollard lid por bushel. Maize, Northern River prime 2/G per bushel. ? . Oats, prime 3/- por bushel. ?

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

General News. I . .. Tho half-yearly report o£ the ??Color al Sugar Refining Company . states that he net profit amounted to .-^..'.?£112,633, making with the balance V brought forward, £199.336 available for distribution. A dividond at the rato of 10 per cent, -was recommended, ' absorbing £110,000. New Lease for Weak Lungs. ?Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs, Colds, and Consumption cures Influenza anu all Lung troubles. For sale by Bennett & Sons. Tho use of plenty of milk in tea is a 'wise precaution, and must bo regarded as a sound physiological 'proceeding, since the proteids of milk destroy astringency, and probably prevent the otherwise injurious ac tion of tannin on' the mucous - membrane of the stomach. In the intestinal juice the proteids are separated, and the tannin probably combines with the sodium salts. The immoderate drinking of tea is an unquestionable evil, but, on tho whole, we aro inclined to think that . the evils of tea-drinking have been exngerate...

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Wilson's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Wilson's Greek. - I (TeOU A CORRESPONDENT). L '.During my travels I had occasion to' -traverse the upper portion of Wilson's Creek, above Mr, Lavcrty's ? {aria ( the settlers have not chosen a name for this place yet, ), and 1 was ? astonished to see the great change ? , worked here in so short a time. Large ?areas'of land that was in its natural fltttte two years ago is felled, cleared, and converted into splendid' pastures, and dairies are now in full swing wherever you look, and notwith standing the numerous difficulties these settlers .have to contend ? with, they seem determined to go farther back, as the land to be made available for conditional purchase on Cooper's Creek shortly is about four miles be yond. These blocks are taking the attention of numbers of would be selectors, and they all return with favorable reports of the quality of the soil, and I am of opinion there will be keen competition for these i farms. I am informed Mr. Christie, Roads Engineer, was up grading t...

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

News and Notes. ' ? ? *-?' A Modern Remedy. Dr. Sheldon's Now S^Trrtrry- ' — Coughs, Colds, and Consumption gets to the root of the trouble and effects a permanent cure. Fey sale by Ben* nott & sons. Sir Frederick Darlcy will complete his twenty years service as Chief Justice at the end of this year, and it is expected that ho will retire within the next few months^ The general opinion in logal circles is that his succcssor will be either Justicc Owor. O'Connor, or PilclieiY For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. At Nelson, Queensland, an abor iginal named Jacky shot an aboriginal girl named Marion dead. The mur derer is at largo. For Chronic Cjiest Complaints, , Woods' Great Peppermint Cure! l/6» William Knowk;s, after viewing Holman Hunt's famous picture, ' The Light af the World,' at Palmers ton, North New Zealand, proceeded to his wife's house, threw her down, placed a vcvolver againlt her breast and firddi He then sent another buret ...

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

SATURDAY,' 12th MAY. T GILLARD will . hold his usual *i ? Fortnightly Sale in the Market Y at'ds ou above date. V. Vendors having cattle to ofler, please book early, to allow' of advt, Usual ;Fortnight!y Sale. SATURDAY, MAY 12th, 1906, At Market Yards, Mullumbimby. JAS. PARIUSH has been favored -- with instructions from various ewner.«. to sell at the Market Yards, on the above dute, 10 Yearling Poddies, choice Durlmms 10 Forward Springers, just at the work I Quantity Farming Tools Horses, Young Cattle, Store Pigs ? s JJemcmber,- SATURDAY, 12th May, d at 2 p.m. | SATURDAY, MAY 12th, 1006. Great Sale Town Properties. Two Cottages. 12 Splendid Town Lots. ~XTtT R- BAKER has been favored W ? by Mrs. Janet Smith with in teractions to sell by public auction, at his Office, on Saturday, May 12, at noon, ^ Allotments 45, -16, and 47, of Section 3. Town of Mullumbimoy. These splendid allotments have each 50 links frontage to Train-street by a depth of 200 links ; lot 47 also having ' 200 lin...

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

THE Mullumbimby ' Star.' Published et Mullumbimby ?x* Every Saturday. Bright. Newsy and Interesting. ; BaS a latgc and rapidly increasing circulatici in the large and , - important district of the Brunswick, Thereby making it a splendid adver tising medium for persons wishing reach the residents of this . ^ ? important centre. Singe starting, the paper has been enlarged to double its original size, The Supplement contains a vast amount nf interesting matter on all subjects, and is of a most readable nature. Our desire is to make the paper as representative of the district as pos ^ sible, and with object in view wo I respectfully solicit reports of meet - ings from tho secretaries of different institutions, and- items of interest from well-wishers through-out the different parts ot tho district. Subscription : 2s 6d par quarter; 5s. half-year, 10s -per year, in advance. Subscribers booked at any time, and only charged from time of receiv ing the first copy. Job Printing Having ft goo...

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Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 1st Sunday of Month — Byron JtJay 8 a.m. (u.c.J, Myocum 10.30, Billi nudgol 2.80, Mullumbimby 7.30 2nd Sunday — Bangalow 11, (H.C) Coorabell Creek 2.15, p,m (School of Arts) Byron Bay 7.30 3rd Sunday: Mullumbimby 11 a.m (n.c.), Tyagarah 2.30, Byron Bay 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 Annual Offertories for Clergy Pro vident Fund, Rev A. W. Coates R. C. CuuKcn. On the first and third SundayH of each month, Mass is celebrated at Bangalow, on the socond at Mullum lumbimby, and fourth at Byron Bay. at 9 and 11 am. Rev. Father Casey. PRKFBYTERIAN ClIURCH. First Sunday of month: Mullumbim biinby 11, Byron Bay 3, Spring Vale 7.30 Second Sunday of month : Myocum 11, Billinudgel 2.30, M'bimby 7,30 Third Sunday of month : Bangalow 11, Spring Va)c 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. ...

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South Coast Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

South Coast Items; Mr.. A. F.Emmott, of Moruya has been offered' five guineas for his.' brown leghorn rooster which took . first prize at the recent Sydney . Show. ? * Mr. W. Milton, formerly licensee of the Tilba Tilba hotel and at pre sent storekeeping at Bateman's Bay, has puichased the goodwill of the Criterion Hotel, Moruya, so long under tho mamigement of Mr. Jno. Mcintosh. Tho Cathcart Butter Company manufactured 11,000 lbs butter in. March, being a big falling-off from previous months. Following arc the figures of Mr. W. Wilson's winning cow at the. milking competition, Bemboka show i Evening's milk 241b, test 5.0, butter 1.36 : morning's milk, 24,241b, test 4.9, bntler 1.35 ; total butter for 24 hours, 9.7lb. There were 18 com petitors. Boga factory is at present manu facturing' between 15 and 16 tons of butter por week Mr. Jas. Maples, who went np to the Scone district a couple of years back to work a dairy for Mr. A. Ji Burcher, has returned to Bega. He says the dry weath...

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Conflagration at Kyogle. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Conflagration at Kyogle. Aiiout three o'clock Monday morning a disastrous fire occurred in Main street, Kyogle, which resulted in the destruction of a block of seen new buildings near Quain's Commercial Hotel. The alarm was raised about 3 o'clock, shortly after the fire broke out, in premises occupied by Mr. J. H. Amps, a tailor, and formerly occupied by Mr. J. French. This shop is next to the billiard room, but the flames spread iu the opposite direction. Within a few minutes the fire had gained a firm hold of tho premises, and, admidst volumes of smoke, the flames burst through the roof and seized the adjoining build ings. Amp's shop is situated about a chain's distance from D, Quain's Commercial Hotel. A large crowd of people quickly gathered on the sceno and .made gallant attempts to Save prbportyi A bucke' brigalo was formed to try and beat back the flames, but tho heat was too intense and the tire quickly spread to Wal lace and Co's general storo, and, onwards to tho Commercia...

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Cablegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Cablegrams. The Mediterranean Squadron, commanded by Lord Charles Bores ford, has .arrived at Phaloron and is proceeding to Piraeus, the port of Athens, The British Ultimatum has had a sobering effect at Cairo, the sermons delivered in the Mosquo being less inflammatory. Admiral Dubaosoff, formerly Mili tary Governor of Moscow, has been wounded by the explosion .of a bomb, with which it was hoped to assassi nate him. Tho person who throw tho bomb wore the uniform of u naval officer, and carried a forged passport. He himself was a victim. General Jeobtanowski, Governor of Ekaterinoslav, has been killed by six men armed with revolvers. The murderers' escaped. A strong anarchist organisation iu Paris is directed against the Russian Grand Duke Vladimir, who, acting on police advice, is practically a prisoner in his hotel. jBalfour (leader of the Opposition) said that if a plebiscite wero taken the bill would be spurned and rejected. The French elections are proceed ing in an orderly man...

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Mullumbimby P. and A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Mullumbimby P. and A. Society. The annual general meeting of members of the above Society was held in the School of Arts on Thurs day afternoon. There were 31 mem bers present, Mr. A. Cameron (President) in the chaiz\ The chairman explained that'this was the first annual meeting. It being necessary, in accordance with the rules, that such a meeting should be held. A committee meeting had been held that morning, and received and adopted tho reports, and they wero now going to submit thorn to the members for their approval or otherwise. There were a good many difficulties at the outset, but he was pleased to say thoy had all been overcome, and they hoped to be able to carry out a show in 1897. The secretary (Mr. 11. M. Thomp son ) then read the minutes of the last general meeting, and after their confirmation read ins annual report, which showed that there weic 75 financial members, the report, as read being received. The treasurer ( Mr. J. Davidson) then road his report and balance s...

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Mullumbimby Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Mullumbimby Brass Band. Report and statement of receipts and expenditure for half-year ending 26th April, 1906: — . I have much pleasure in pre- I senting to the members and sub scribers of the bund, my hrst half- I yearly report. At a meeting neia on tiie zutn October 1905. at the Commercial Hotel it was decided to purchase instruments and form a band, this was accordingly done, and instru ments to tho value of £45 7s were purchased from Messrs Paling & Go. Since the Band's formation, (six mouths this day) the progress it has I made has been something surprising, | due to the indefatigable efforts put forth by Mr. R. R. Mallett, who at our first meeting kindly gave his val uable services as bandmaster for the lii-st six months freo of charge, The thanks of the townspeople are greatly due to him for the time and trouble he has taken iu bringing the Band up to rho present high standard, and his name will always be prominent as being the principal suppjrt of the first Band in ...

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Mothers. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Mothers. - Do you know that Dr. olieldon s New Discovery will releivc Crdupj instantly? As it contains no harm ful drugs of any kind, it is perfectly safe for your children. Small Dcjse. Pleasant to take. Price 1/6; largo size 3/- For sale bv Bcuuott & sons. During last year out of a total expenditure of over £800 the Co^na barabran Pastures Boaid paid a way £2 for destruction of noxious ani rnalB. 1 . Mr. J. Murphvj of Nowra, is leav ing Nowra on Monday next for the Richmond. Mr. Murphy's mother and sisters arc also removing to the Richmond. i : 1 jfv . \ T-

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Railway Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Railway Meeting. j A public maetidg .was held in the School of Arts on Tuesday night lfist, under the auspices of the Northern Rivers' and New England tableland Railway League. The meeting was only poorly attended, there being a strong favoring liore of the North Coast line; The speakers were Messrs Glasgow. .Tarman. anrl R. E Cnmn bell. Mr, H. French was voted to the chair, and after briefly explaining the object of the meeting introduced the first speaker, Mr. J. E. Glasgow. Mr. Glasgow said that in coming before a Mullumbimby audience he felt. that he. was amongst old friends. He regretted to see so few present. Ho wanted to impress upon them that thoy were ri'otr advocating this cause from any selfish or personal' motives. Seme had tho idea that they wore advocating it to increase the value of their property at, Byron Bay, but he was' going to show them that a large proportion of the opposition to the Casino-Tenterfield line was by men who wanted to promote their own personal in...

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