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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
A rather unusual request was made to some racing stewards in America recently, when the bookmakeas re quested that a jockey named Her man Radtke should bo barred from ?riding, or else that some moro good riders should bo brought to tho meeting, The diminituve Radtke had been riding with such pheno menal success — ho steered 21 winners in a week — that the peneillers found that the public were backing the jockey and no the horso. Tho stowards took no action in tho mat ter, V A curious complication occurred at Bowravillo in connection with the picnic races on June 11, To got over *tlio difficulty of possible subsoqvent disqualification, and also to comply with the regulations of tho A. J.C tho club circulated a programme privately. Some district pap'orn, without authority tho o'i secretary, in advertently .published tho programme as un advertismont. The club is now in a quandary, as tho owners who j entered for races won't possibly race, for fear of disqualification at re gistered nie...
Sporting. CASINO J.C. JUNE RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
Sporting. GASINO J.C. JUNE RAGE MEETING.. The following weights have been declared for. the two principal events to be run at the above meeting O' June 4th : — Opening Handicap 6 furs. - Joan ? 9 5 Kerrong... 8 1 Nashua ? 9 3 St. Ellen... 7 12 Ualla ........ -8 12 Armlet. ... 7 2 Sweet Nell. ..8 8 Camp ...... 6 9 Trick ? ? 8 5 Ereeboy .,..6 7 Prince of Wales' Handicap, 1 mile. Nalipro. ? 9 9 Iveorong... 8 1 Joan ? 9 2 St Ellen... 7 10 Nashua ? 8 10 Armlet ... 7 10 Ualla ? 8 10 Festoon... 6 7 Sweet Nell.. 8 5 Measure... 6 7
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
[?] A MATcn, Mullumbimby v. Billinud gel, was shot off on the latter's range on Thursday, resulting in a win for Mullumbimby by 44 points. Billi nudgel has a good range, and are taking an interest in shooting, and for a young club it is coming along well. The Mullumbimby team were most hospitably treated, the catering of Harry Court being tip top. Both teams had an enjoyable time. Tlie return match may bo expected to be shot off within a few weeks. The following are tlie scores, MuLLUMBDrBY. 500yd 600yd Total T. Torrens ... 32 24 56 C. Latter ... 29 26 55 H. Smith .... 29 23 52 W. Broomham 21 29 50 W. H. Wcigall 21 26 50 H.French 27 23 50 E. Ericks ... 29 .20 49 A Armstrong .... 29 20 48 E. A. Latter ... 28 i 20 48 C. Armbrustcr ,1?'' 28 -? 45 Grand Total. 504
HEINE IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
HEINE IN PARIS. All the French papers have been writ ing about Heine in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of his death at Paris. He had lived there for flveand twenty years, and delighted, as all the world knows, to speak of himself as 'a Parisian born in Germany.' He also delighted in French literature, and espe cially in the works of Musset and Du mas. Of the latter he wrote: 'This mu latto amuses me. He is prodigious. His imagination gives mine a rest.' Paris also gave Heine a wife — a grlsette named Mathilde Mirat, who was both unfaithful and unworthy. Of her beha vior at the dinner-table readers will re member tho well-known story In the me moirs of Alexandre Weill. She asked Weill whether he thought that the fish served at the repast was fresh, and when he replied that he did not think so, she picked it up and threw it at his head. 'This,' Heine commented, 'proves Mathllde's affection for you. As a rule she reserves attentions of this for for myself.' So Soon.— 'The ph...
NO NEED TO BLUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
NO NEB!) m BLUSH. Old Sibby, high priestess of bathing rites in a Galway coast village/bad a shanty where timorous maids might Wke sea- water shower baUu. . - : / \ 1 /'? v ? Pnly , ;tho-_ initiate dpitne w. f(ao^' '-'BlackwofraBI *thp..rU)Q) ^that ;powpr td to : ovorhead-.:level7.was v supplied son, who. mounted.. a . -ladder- [ pail o; water down . at tho erlticul^H^^^^ffiH : . Once n . lady, -li&Ylng . yutled;viho waiting in . vain for ,. thp'.;;cxpectc^^^^^^^H heard a deep voico ^oyor^ead; : -'- A to the wesht, I'll; truublo.you/ niy HHHHH She rushed forth, ' horrified arid to confront Slbby. ' 'Ach, whisht!' suld thd' 'iattor unconcern, 'it's only me ' son Who'd bo molndlri* him?' -
A FICKLE RECTOR. BREACH OF PROMISE ACTION. DAMAGES L270. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
A FICKLE f RECTOR. BliPJAPH. OF PROMISE ACTION.''1^ - DAMAGES L270 After three days' hearing the action for breach of promise against -an Irl-h rector at Belfast ended reeeritiy in.a.vcr- : diet for the fair, plaintiff with L270 dam ages. The court was crowded, chiefly 'by ladies and clergymen. The - action . ? was brought by Miss May Margaret Rob inson, who on Wednesday had told court that first she did not love the Rev.- ? Jennings Smyth/ Rector of St. Donard's, M that afterwards she had liked him a weo H bit, had grown fond of him, and at last ; fallen head over ears In love with him. - . ?. Mr Smyth was yesterday crossex amined. Did you ever love this young girl? — I liked the girl -and liked her society. ' I think I may honestly say I didn't love ? . her. We had several conversations on 1l '* - ^ the point. She frequently pressed mo — to say I did love her, and I a,lway3 — avoided saying I did. / ' - How long is it since you gave her the first kiss? — About Eastqr in 1900. Is a...
AT A LIMELIGHT LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
AT A LIMELIGHT LECTURE. A chaplain of the English navy. was giving a stereopticon lecture on the subject, 'Scenes from the Bible.' He arranged with a sailor, whothad a phonograph, to accompany the Iec ture-^with musical selections. Tho first nlr-- turo shown, naturally enough, was Adatu and ' Evo ? in the Garden of Eden. The sailor ! coldn't think of anything appropx'iato. 'Play,' | whispered- the chaplain. The sn,llor suddenly j had an Idea. To the delight of the audience, ' (ho phonograph emUted the familiar, strain, ! 'There's only one girl In t-s world for me.' 1
THE JERSEY SUICIDE. A SCHOOLMISTRESS'S END. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
THE^JERSEY SUICIDE. A SCHOOLMISTRESS'S END. At Jersey on the afternoon of March 14tli. reports the London 'Daily Tele graph,' the inquiry was resumed' Into the death of Miss Lidia Royce, principal of the Jersey High School for Girls, who - was found dead in bed on Sunday morn ing. The evidence showed that she re cently purchased one ounce of cyanide of potassium from a local chemist; stating tnat It was ior e.xpunuicucai purposes. On the following day she wrote to the chemist stating that the experiment had been successful. She had only used, ' . little, -and she returned the remainder, of the potassium, adding that she did- not think that she would ever need It again. The jury found that deceased had died of cyanide poisoning, administered by herself whilst insane.
"GENTIL ENA." SPANISH ENTHUSIASM. ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE CORTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
'GENTXL. ENA.' .. SPANISH' ENTHUSIASM, ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE CORTES. On 12th March the correspondent of J the London 'Daily Maill' wrote from Madrid:—. King Alfonso's insistence King is most bring prestige Besides, V.C Queen has captivated papers admired,, and the -to by one Ena ?i^^narV [?] Mysore in The profit for the the the tons of bar gold. As far age and conslsteiic^m^^^B^^H dends are concerned, the Mine is probably the richest in world, and yet there hangs in tho Lon don office of the company a framed cer tificate of the transfer of 1000 LI shares at the price of ninepence each! Suclv-' shares would bo worth L14 each to-day. For the last ten years the dividends paid have ranged between 100 and 150 per cent, per annum. Since 18S6 the lowest dividend for one year has been 10 per cent. ? ? TWENTY -FIVE YEARS' STORY. The original capital was L1D5,000, and in the twenty-five years', history of the mine tho shareholders have received dividends amounting to no less than hi, 406, 542, ...
"MAN-MAIDEN'S" VICTORY. NO FLIRTATION ALLOWED. IN CITY RESTAURANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
'MAN-MAIDEN'S' VICTORY. ''NO FLIRTATION ALLOWED. j ' __ IN CITY RESTAURANTS. Tho latest evolution ot London life is an ontirely now type of male which has been classified as tho 'man maiden.' This new type of male has been responsible for an ex traordinary chango in tho etiquetto and con duct of those who frequent certain popular restaurants in the city. Mixed lunching is now not only conaideredv undesirable, but it is absolutely impossible. Tho gentlemen who resort to these refresh ment houses sit at tables which boar tho legend 'reserved for gentlemen only.' Nor would they dream of ilftlng their respectful oyes from their 'mlnco and mashed' or what ever delicacy they may bo consuming. On the other hand, tho young lady habitues would never think of allowing their gazo to wander from its focus on their cofToo cups. Tho result of this new order of things is to impart to tho decidedly up-to-dato restaurants an air of early Victorian soverlty. It la doubtful if tho new systom is altoge...
HE HAD TOLD THE TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
. ' HE HAD TOLD THE At a dinner in a small town la Scotla^B^^^| Lwas found that everyone hnd contributcaflH^^H tho evening's entertainment but a cerUoj^^H Doctor MacDonald. 'Come, come, ~Doctor MacDonald,!' said tb chairman, 'wo cannot let you escape.' ^H|| Tho doctor protested that he could not sing. 'Mv VrtltfO In Tinmiiefpnl nml pa. ^ sembles -tho sound caused by the act of rub bing a brick along the panels of a door.' * - The company attributed this to tho doctor's modesty. Good singers, he wa? reminded,- , always needed a lot of pressing. 'Very well,' said the doctor, 'if you can stand it I will sing.' ? - ' . ? Long before ^o had finished the audience was uneasy. j ' .Thero was a painful ^silence as the doctor sat down, broken at length by the voice of a braw Scot at the end o! the tabic. — ? 'Man,' he exclaimed,!, 'your singin's no up to much, bui S^our Voracity's ? just awful. You'ro richt aboot that- brick.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
jj^RHPItar.' the ^^HHmH0)^5f3. half-year, Jyear, in advance. I^kajuxik^d at any time, and ^^^HVfrom time of rocoiv ^M^fthe first copy. r Job Printing -- Plant, we are in a ^^H^'gate all dasBCB of Bjp-|!ii- Letw^&ds, ' Envelopes, ?-??;. Memorandums' ng Cards, * Handbills, Day Bills, Posters. 5 . ? . . .;. Plain and Fancy Tickets, ijfab Printing of every descrip K ?-. tioninr Buck ok Colored Ikes, . . At Reasonable Rate's. n require anything in this line give ua a trial. . ♦~N. Plowright, ?7(,^^kEioiu-. r;' R. W. Thompson, junr. And Co., AUCTIONEERS. We sell all kinds of Properties : BfcjBEP PROPERTIES, =W. R. BAKER, = Auctioneer, GENERAL AGENT, RAILWAY GATES, ^^UUMBIMBT. -W. LAW, ' Commission Agent, Mullumbimby. All Descriptions of Commissions faith fully executed at the; usual rate. Agent for A u stralian Widows' Ffitlcfc and Accident Assurance Society, , And South British Fire Insurance Co [ All classes of Insurance ejected, I at scheduled rates. ?Mice .? C/o. J. ParrisJi, ...
Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
Religious Notices ClIUKCn OF ENGLAND. 1st Sunday of Month — Byron Bay 8 a.m. (h.c.), Myooum 10.30, Billi nudgol 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 2nd Sunday — Bangalow 11, (H,C) Cooraboll Creek 2.15, p,m (School of Arts) Byron Bay 7.30 3rd Sunday: Mullunlbimby 11 a.m (h.C.), Tyagarah 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Sunday : Byron Bay 11 (ii.c.), Cooper's Shoot 2.30, Bangalow 7.30 5th Sunday : Byron Bay 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 Annual Offertories for Clorgy Pro vident Fund, Rev A. W. Coates R. C. Church! Fil'st Sunday of month (3rd June), Mass at Bangalow at 9 and 11 a.m. Socond Sunday (June 10th), Mass at 8. 9, and 11 am. His Lordship Bishop Doyle, will be officially presont. Third Sunday (17th June), Mass at 9 aud 11 a.m. |Easter offerings to begivon. Fourth Sunday (24th June), Byron Bay 9 arid 11 a.m. Rov. Father Casey. Presbyterian Church. , First Sunday of month : Mullumbim bimby 11, Byron Bay 3, Spriug Valo 7.30 Second Sunday of month : Myocum 11, Billiuudgol 2.39, M'bimby 7,30 Third Sunday of mon...
NO VACATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
NO VACATION. 'You want to got away from your business,' said tho physician. 'You are worrying too much.' 'My dear sir,' . answered the Wall street man, 'my present worry is nothing compared to tho worrying I'd have to. do if I weren't on' hand to protect my interests.'
SAYING GRACE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906
SAYING GRACS. 'Come, — — it, do'* aay graco and let's begin,' said George the Fourth, at a semi public dinner to his chaplain. Barnum arranged to have music immedia tely following grace, from a hidden orchestra of banjoists. Something went wrong with the instructions, for at the moment a clergyman roso to ask a blessing, up struck the banjos with a negro 'breakdown.' Cardinal Wiseman was a ready man with grace. At a certain house on a Friday, meat was provided by the host, forgetful that the Cardinal should take naught but fish. The Cardinal was equal to tho emergency. 'I pronounce ail this to bo fish,' ho said, asked a blessing, and all fell to.