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Concert at Coorabell. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

.Concert at Coorabell, ?On Wednesday night our reporter journeyed to Coorabell, to witness the concert to be held there in aid of ?their School of Arts. The night, although somewhat hazy, was moon light, which made the ride over the mountain, with its beautiful' foliage trees and shrubbery, very pleasant ?nnd enjoyable. After passing over the mountain one emerges into as magnificent a tract of conntry, with its hijils and valleys, as could be ?desii-ed', while to the east is a splen did view of the ocean and Byron Bay lighthouse, the flashlight from which is plainly discernable. Eventually the School of Arts is reached, where a, good crowd had assembled, amongst whom were a goodly number from Mullumbimby, some of whom were assisting in the evening's entertain ment. The concert opened at about 8.30, the secretary of the institution, Mr. B. G-. Skelton, in the abscence'jf the President, who was ill, occupying the «hair. The walls of the Hall had been very tastefully decorated with - b...

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

Shall hacking cough'my rest destroy. And all my plensuro alloy P And pains that cut mc like a knife To make a misery of my life F Shall bronchial troubles wear mo outP No — never, all are put to rout By best of medicines, simple, pure, W, E. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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Billinudgel Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Billinudgel Bits. The Billinudgel Progress Association is over alive in regard to our needs, and our worthy secretary, Mr. J. Torrens, has written to the Roads Superintendent re a bridge across the creek known as Shame's. Duriner bad weather this creek is not cross-* able with safety, and so proves a great inconvenience to creamery suppliers, as well as butchers and bakers. It is to be hoped that something will be done in reference to this matter. A piece of road fronting Messrs. McCalman's and Devercaux's is also in need of repair. # * Mr. Hewitson possesses a very flourishing little business hero. And, moreover, he is becoming quite popular — Because he is a handy chap, Deny it then who can; If you need a perfect sulky, Just see our local man. IIu'll shoe a horse with anyone, And shoe him well 'tis true ; Just trot your mokes along this way And see what he can do. Ono day whilst Pat happened to be digging holes for fruit trees, Binks passed by. After the usual salute, Binks began:...

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Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 12 May 1906

Local and Other Items. Mehtint Tuesday niglit next, to con sider the celebrating of Empire Day. # . # ? A Private HospiTAi/will bo opened in Mullumbimby shortly by nurse C. I Smart. * . ? . Wilson's Crebk: — Thanks for con tribution. Will be pleased to hear from you regularly. # * Don't forget Mr. W. R .' Baker's sale of town properties and allotments to-day, at his office, at 12 o'clock. * # Mr. Jas. Smart was the succeseful tenderer for the additions to Wall's boarding house. » # Mr. Jas Parrisii and Mr. T. Gil- . lard both hold yard sales of stock this day, at, the Market Yards. * * Football — A local team and a team from Newrybar meet on the local ground to-day ( Saturday ) * f . . A public subscription is being raised for the clearing of tho Re creation ground. Subscriptions for public matters are becoming very prevalent * # Mr. W. Law, Jnr., who is an in mate of the Bega Hospital, is progressing slowly, but favorably, towards recovery. * * A Quadrille Club lias been form ed in...

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The Trail of the Serpent BOOK THE FIRST. CHAPTER IV.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

...Tpail of the Sep pent... \~y' ..3Sy IMC.; 3E3. BRADEOKT. \ BOOK THE FIRST. CHAPTER IV.— (Contlmud). - 1 I've heard you belong to a respect-, able family* so I thought 1 wouldn't ornament you with those here' objects of bigotry ' (it 'is to be presumed Mr. Jinks means bijouterie) ; ' but it seemo thoro's no help for it, so como along to the station ; we shall catoh the eight thirty train, and be in Slopperton before ten. The mquost won t come on till to-morrow.' ' Richard looked at his wrists, from his wrists, to the faces of the two men, with, an utterly hopeless ex pression of wonder. 'Am 1 mad,' he said, 'or drunk, _ or droaming 1 What have you put. these cursed things upon me for 1 Why do you want to take mo back to Slopperton ? What inquest 1 Who's dead 1 ' Mr. Jinks put his head on one side, and contemplated the prisoner with tho oye of a connoisseur. .. 'Don't he come the ^innocent dodgo stunnin' ? ' he said, rather to himself than to his companion, who, by the bye, through...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

M. De Lissa & Co. Ltd FURNISH THROUGHOUT *-*??: ^ Private Residences, Hotels, Restaurants, Boarding Contraots for Cash or Easy Terms. H / 556 ft 558 8E0R6E STREET, SYDNEY, ^ Opposito St. Andrew's Cathedral. - SUhlYghT V LAUNDRY SOAP * \ Wfeo yea haw frw«d th« value ef Sacligfct Soey yam wffl Iw eqMlly nlMri -. ' ? ? H yot try-Monkoy Biand for scoaring metal, woodwork aa4 kitchen links. Wo sell at the lowest possible THADE price all kinda of Mining, Dredging, Dairying, and ' Farming Oils and WIVI IWRI«V\1'. n iu ' . .MjcniiHlft p {Kfiin; H UreaSG. &\'''Z\y&™oV',yi K'K^a'9)ff Correspondence i Invited. T ^ la Maccguarie Place, W. Gluyas, k * ? SYDNEY. — — r Manager. M Butter. Just Published. 1 Tables of Commercial Butter Computations, . BY ^ f _ t PERCir A. SCARR. — *i-or tna use of Creameries, Butic^Factories, and all those interested in the manufacture of Batter, and ' the Dairying Industry. ' Voted by all Factory Managers who are uiin£. it to be a - ereat Lab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

Write for Prices to shed It will give you the best service, and for a Machinery they cost, Machinery, Combs Surgon Shearing — 9 HAMILTON XXXXXXX^XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX30Q^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^M ^pociftl valuo ? JVlen's Rainproofs. V V Ask for RAINPROOF trlt OVfcJHCOAT, Federal RaioprooIOvcrconts are C XX. keep Rain, and v v not ycrapiro trhen wearing a Federal Rftioproof - XX X.X Finish and Shape tho IjfiLeBt, 30/-, 40/-, 45/-, 50/-. /\[ vy chesterfieijD fedbralrainproofs, / t|. Now Seasou's Shape, in Navy. Qroy, Biaok, / Lj XX / & - ' VV CHESTERFIELD FEDERAL RAINPROOFB. / ^yfif ,i -vA. in Blaok &nd While 0?weed4, SO/-, 50/-. [ IKJt / vv Pitt St. Horderns. \ Jil \ tVf; THE 'FEDERAL BRAND' MACKINTOSHES W/ /l XX — uerteot fltting Coats in all tho latest Shadea . \jiv/3 ,/ VV and Colourings. 21/-( 23/*, 30/-, 35/-) 45/*t 50/*. ^wW ' g BOYS' RAINPROOFS and OVERCOATS, 1 . 'J Vy CHESTERFIELD, 25/- | 1 BOYS' RAINPROOB'OVBRCOA.TS, Tory Stylis...

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A BARBARIAN REFLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

A BARBARIAN RBFLECTION^^HI 'So your daughter has become a soloist^ 'Necessarily,' answered Mr Cumrox, wearily. 'Perhaps I ought to be thankful that she isn't a trio or a quartet'

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Is Hector Macdonald Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

Is Hector Macdonald Dead* ') A»'most singular story has been sent to the ' Military Mail ' by a Canadian officer, who says he heard it in Japan. He writes : — ' The story goes that Major-Ceneral Sir Hector Macdonald kwas anm-oached bv tho .Tnnnnnun puthorities some years ago to join ?them, and that he came home to consult Lord Roberts and got permis sion accept the invitation. But Lord Roberts refused to give his consent, and Sir Hector Macdonald thereupon took his own course. He disappeared by protending to commit suicide in Paris, reappearing as Gen eral Kuroki in Japan. In support of ihis theory it may be mentionod that l^gtain newspaper in London offered ward — £1000, 1 think — to could prove that they had ^^^^^^Hector Macdonald's body. ^^^^HHremembered, too, that at when the war in Japan ^^^^B^Bced to be ncaring the ond, ^^^^^^HLunced that General Kur- . -week. '}? testing B Government^^^^^^^H^^Hi ' 1 denouncing ll Barns, Presl^^H^^H^^^B| 1 eminent Boar^|^^^^^^^^R| 1 and the Ke...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

WIT AND HUMOR. | Lady ; I am so sorry your mistress 1b out . Do .you think sho will bo at homo 'this even ing? Maid : Shi'll have; to be; it*a my night, out ? She : I think a girl Is vory foolish to marry a poor man; Ho : Yes; but not half so fool ish as the poor mau who marries that kind ot girl. ~ | 'Thero now,' oxclaimcd a littlo American girl tho other day, rummaging in a drawer, *'unelo has gone to Heaven without his spec Uclea!' ?- Mother (thoughtfully) : I wonder why babitis Insist on boing rocked? Father (fiercely) : They don't If they had their own way they'd much rather lie still and howl! ^ Thft mnn ~t ? ' ? ? people can drop a penny in the slot and pick out a name for the baby will surely make a. fortune. It wiH take so many pennleB to get a name to suit j Said a man Jn a spirit of pique ] To his wife, 'In that hat you're a friquo.' 'Sir, you'll see bow it feels * To get your own meals!' Cried his wjfoy : 'Ta-ta for a wique!' A flve-year-old daughter of u prominent J cle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

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HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

lOULT ruti. Tomato Soup. — Stew and strain 'one quart of tomatoes, add a small teaspoon ful of salt, and a little pepper. Boil one quart of milk. Smooth together one tabiespoonful of flour with one of butter, add this to the boiling milk, but do not put in the tomatoes till the dinner hour. Have a tureen hot. Pour in the boiling milk, and add a small pinch of BOda to the tomatoes. Pour them in, mix, and serve at once. Veal Croutcs. — Mince the cold rcrmains of a breast of veal together with two slices of cooked bacon, and season with herbs and pepper, nave reaay e rounas of fried bread (tried in the bacon fat), shape to taste, and pile each wtih mince. Place in a hot oven for five minutes, gar nish, and serve hot. Onion Soup. — This is wholesome and tasty. Slice two or three large onions, | and fry in butter or dripping until ten der, but not blackened. Add three table spoonfuls of flour, and stir in until a little cooked, add slowly a pint, of boil ing water, stirring until smooth....

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Boy's Bravery Rewarded. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

Boy's Bravery Rewarded. A Sydney youth had an' experience not long ago which sounds like; a story-book. IIo was walking along George-street lately, when he noticed a tram bearing qnickly down upon a man, who was crossing the line quite oblivious of his danger, The boy rushed into the road way, and, grab bing- the man by the coat tails, sue uuuuuu mi [jiuiijjy liiiu i u -i- piuvo ui safety, just in the nick of time. The absent minded one thanked his ;rea curer most cordially, asked him his name, and where he lived, and passed on. The boy went about his busi ness, and forgot the occurrence. A week or so later he received a tele gram from some person unknown, 'Meet me at two o'clock in suchand such a building.' The boy could make nothing of the wire and asked his mother what he had better do under the circumstances. Mrs L ? was terrified, she thought of spielers, of men who would decoy her son away, &c., and told him he must not go. But the boy is an Australian, and decided to ...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

THE LADIES' COLUMN. RX2ALTH HINTS. To Cure Warts; — Take a piece of white chalk and rub over the wart, lay the chalk on a shelf and appily every once In a while to the wart, in a' few days the wart will disappear. This was recently tried on a largo, ugly wart, I and it went away, and has never come hnflr Remedy for Styes. — When you feel prickling pain on the eyelid that an nounces the coming of a stye, uso as an application very strong tea, or simply the tea leaves moistened with a little water, put In a small bag of muslin, and laid over the eyelid. Moisten again as it dries. This, if used before the stye gets well under way, will generally drive it away. To Make a Simple Cough Mixture.— Place in jar six ounces of treacle and seven ounces of honey with ten ounces of vinegar. Stand the jar in a sauce pan of boiling water, and stir until all the ingredients are mixed and warmed through. Then add three drachms of ipecacuanha wine, and bottle for use. The dose for an adult is one tabl...

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Rights or Conditional Leaseholders. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

Rights of Conditional Leaseholders. The Federal High Court has de cided that it is not illegal for the holder of a conditional lease to rent tho right to cut and remove timber to another person. What will the clever farmers of the Land Act regulations in new eoutn vv lies say to tins r We have always contended the Crown had no legal right to prevent a con ditional leaseholder from using the timber on it in any way ho pleases, an^Ahis decision by the three smart ?ji^^^qdges' in Australia supports tL&fc- view; TKe case^reierre~d~toTB''tiJua:( reported by the 'Evening News' — The High Court, sitting at Darling shnrst, gave judgement in the case of Lang-ley V; Foster, a suit for the s/'ecific performance of an agreement, By which defendant agreed to lease to plaintiff four blocks of land, in the parish of CofE, the rental to be £24 per annum, and the plaintiff to have the right to erect a tramway and cut and remove timber at a royalty. As defendant did not carry out that agreeme...

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LABOR MEMBERS' OPINION. TOO MUCH TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

LABOR MEMBERS' OPINION. TOO MUCH TALK. Labor members who are. in the House of Commons for the first time give the following as their first impressions, writes the 'Daily Mail' of Sth March:— Mr G. N. Barnes: 'A good place for killing time. The rules are too elastic. 1 should apply a time limit (to 'oeeches). If that were done, more time might be given to private members' motions and bills.' ' Mr Will Thorne: 'Really too much talking. Labor members disgusted at tho waste of time. Unless we act as the motive power, very little Is going to be done.' : Mr John Ward: 'Pleased 'at fairness to new members, but despondent at anti quated formulas. More could be done if a proper system of devolution of certain business to commltteeu was Instituted.' ' Mr J. Ramsay Macdonald: 'The com plexity of the machine perhaps strike*, me most.'

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INTELLECTUAL DRINKS. FOR MENTAL ACTIVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

INTELLECTUAL DRINKS. FOR MENTAL ACTIVITY. With a rabbit's dried stomach before him, and with models of the 'beer stomach'' and - the average man's stomach,' writes; . the 'Dally Mail' of 14th March, Professor Stirling lectured last night at the Royal Institution on 'Beverages. Man, he said, appeared to be the only animal that drinks when lie Is not thirsty. Some people did not drink be tween meals, others did not eat between drinks. Man and animals alike, besides their true food — the best of which had neither taste nor tsrtvell^used substances that neither added energy nor repaired loss. The effect of taking tea, coffee, and cocon, which were simply drugs, W3S to increase intellectual activity. There was now no doubt ab^ut that. For that rea son the French called them 'Intellectual drinks.' Probably only In over-indulgence was there injury, vlllle' alcohol lowered the temperature of the body, and, though first stimulating, ultimately paralysed and destroyed the function.

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"BUY ANOTHER DOLLY." AN INFANT'S TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

'BUY ANOTHER DOLLY.' AN INFANT'S, TRAGEDY. Mrs Branch, of N.^anza street, Plum stead, England, lefc her daughter, aged three, with a bab/. six weeks in the kit chen, while she went upstairs. She heard tho girl cry, 'Sorry, mam ma!' and when she ran downstairs quantity of water. The little girl afterwards said to her mother, 'I put Dolly In the water. Dolly dead. Buy another Dolly.' Death by misadventure was the vit- . diet at tho Inqucpt at which this remark able story was told. — 'Weekly Budget.' ' ') ' j ?

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ROYAL TROUSEAU. TO BE MADE IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

SOYAJj TRQUSEATJ. TO BE ' MADE IN LONDON. Princess Ena's trousseau, writes tna 'Express' of,--23rd March, is. the chief topic of conversation -in feminine circles. It is well known that the fu ure Queen of Spain'has excellent taste in dress, and there are many conjectures as to what dainty novelties 'will distinguish, tho Princess Ena has paid the pretty i om- - pliment to the country of her adaption of having her wedding gown of cloth of silver made in Spain, but the remainder of the trousseau will be designed a .d executed by Mme. Lambert, of Hanover square. 'Needless to say, Princess Ena is very particular,' Mme. Lambert informed an 'Express' repre ;entative yesterday. 'She realises that her costumes will awaken a vast amount of criticism, and for England's sake she wishes Spain to be impressed. 'I have made Princess Ena's dresses since she was a little girl, and she has always delighted in the daintiest gowns. It is impossible so early in the day to describe the designs of 'the ...

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