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North Coast Co's New Steamer. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

North Coast Co's New Steamer. A letter received from Aberdeen, Scotland, by the Britainnia's mail, gives particulars of the launch of the North Coy's new ste&ner Brun dah. Captain J. J. Simpson, who is to navigate tjie vessel to Sydney, sends the following extract from the Glasgow 'Herald' of May 15: — Messrs. D- J. Dunlop and Company, Engineers - and shipbuilders, Port Glasgow, launched recently a hand some modelled steel screw steamer, built by them to the order of the North Coast Steam Navigation Coy., Limited, of Sydney, N.S.W. The new vessel, which is for light draft passenger and cargo service, is of the following dimensions : Length be tween perpendiculars, 200ft ; breadth, moulded, 30ft ; depth, moulded to mam deck, lift, and to upper deck, J8ft 7in, with a shade deck over passenger accommodation amidships and aft. She is fully equipped with all the latest improvements for the special trade-in which she is to be employed'. ' The fittings include a complete' installat...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

Horse the dis B^^nHBNo Mart ^^Kiii always on B. POPKIN, Architect, Street, Mullumbimby. about to BuilA P If so, get Plato and Specifications ? D. W. B. Popkin All tans prepared. Estimates les moderate. POFKIN & CONTRACTOR, Las? / B^ot, ; Ilullu&bimby. — ? — Specifications'! prepared jiven for &11 Cla£s6s work iff] THE biEfiby ' Star.' rod at Mullumbimby y -Saturday* ?*? jS^fincl Interesting. ^Bd rapidly increasing H in the large and . Kit district of the HkunsTvick. ?.g it a splendid adver ^^?or persons wishing ^^^Btdents of this ^^^^Kentre. ^^^^Kpaper has. been ^^^Bble its original ^^M^reports of meet ^^^Htaries of, different the ^^^^^Vtiiedistl'ict. ^^?p^bioni ^^Kjor; 5s. half-year, ^^?%anee. and V ' . . ^Kht, ^^Rb. ^?IIS'S R, W. Thompson, junr. And Co., AUCTIONEERS. We sell all kinds of Properties ': LANDED PROPERTIES, ? cattle, Horses FOWLS AND DUCKS, ' FURNITURE -And GRASS SEEDS. Have yo'ii go't atiy to sell? Or ?do .yoU want to buy ? If so, communicate^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

s—r Tenders. TENDERS are invited for the erection and completion of Billiard . Room and Lodge Room in cuiinooliori with the School of Arts, Mullumbimby. Plans and specifications may be seenj at Bank of New South Wales, Mullumbimby. Endorsed tenders will bo received, ad.-, dressed to the Srcretary, up to noon on' Monday, 16th July, 1000. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. W. W. JAUNCEY, Hon. Sec. t r Tenders. TENDERS ate invited up till 13th. July for Brushing and felling 100 acres of Scrub on C.P.L. portion 83, parish of Duubible. Lowest or any ten der not necessarily accepted. For par ticulars apply to C. O'Brien, Myocum. ^ TENDERS WILL bo received uplto Wednesday 18th July, for erection of Sad dler's Shop in Mullumbimby for Mr. W. E. Selwood. Plans and specifications can be seen at Mr. Selwood'B, Lowest or^any tender not necessarily accepted. BROWN & JOLLY, Lismore. TENDERS will be received up to Wednesday, the 18th. inst, for Brushing and Foiling 60 acres Scru...

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Police Court. TUESDAY, JUNE 3RD, 1906. Before Mr. W. S. Arnott, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

Policc Court; Tuesday, June, 3rd., 1906. BfeloretMr. W. St Arnott, P.M. Mullumbimby Rifle Club, (by Mr. Weigall, secretary,) v. C. Shrader ; taking part of tree off Rifle Range. Defendant pleaded guilty, thinking it Was -on Mr. Murray's ground. Fined 20s, 7s costs of court, 5s witness expenses. Two weeks allowed to..pay A number of persons were .fined 10s and costs for inadvertantly allow ing horses'ito stray on to the railway lin'e.' ''n f — : — Police v Lai la Lacoo ; having in his possession one metal watch, rea sonably supposed to have been stolen. Mr. Weigall appeared for the de fendant and Mr, Halliday for the police, Mr. Weigall took tiie point that the information disclosed no offence, and quoted higli authorities on the matter, viz, decision of the N. S. Wales Full Court, and an English Full Court. Mr. Halliday contended that the point raised was premature, as no evidence had been gone into. Lalla deposed that he. missed a watch and shirt, and other articles, about three we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

Messrs. the lowest over Boorie Lismore' to

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

a reply to ' cism of my remarks on prc^^^^H at the recent meeting at From what ' Shareholder duced, I see no reason to opinion that .the present intei^^^H tion of the system of voting b^^HH is liable at any time to endangei^^H safe government of our ' Shareholder ' tacitly admitfaB^H one man is justified in ha'vingU|H| votes if he can get them. In niyi opinion the man who deems it ne cessary to supplement the policy he advocates' by fifty votes in his pocket shows, a keen discernment of the un convincing nature of his argument. I wisli to say again that I have no desire to find fault with those who have used the proxies in the past. It is the principle I attack. Experi ence teaches, and if the past is to be used as a precedent — as ' Share holder' admits it to be the right thing— then in the future when any momentous question arises, there will be a scramble for the proxy votes, and as in the past the whole voting power can be controlled by a few. The history of our meetings shews t...

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Church [?] VISIT [?] BISHOP[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

Chur^HHHH visit On of who oil of Mullumbimby/f^ra^^^^^Wjythe Rev. A. - W. Coates, vicar of the parish. Ostensibly the object of his visit was to administer the sacred rite of confirmation to such candi dates as had undergone a course of (preparation at the hands of the vicar, who has been hardly worked of late in visiting the diffevent parts of ? the parish and imparting the necessary instruction to fit candi dates for the sacred vow they were about to take. His Lordship was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. . Simpson, to whose residence he repaired on his arrival, and at about 5 p.m was escorted to the School of Arts, where he, with the candidates, was entortained at tea by the ladies and gent's com mittee, the providing of which was in the hands of lady members of the congregation, and, needless to say, a most excellent repast was put be fore them. In the evening His Lorpship conducted divine service in St. John's Church, assisted by the Rev. A. W. Coates. The church was packed, and the c...

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Sh[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

mm The S.S;^^^! 10 gers, (Spain, KeW . Thomas, vT.anjMfl Burke. PM^H Freeman, JS t^^H tigan.Go&hran^^B hrey, aud fonr i9l Harbor : . Mrs.i-M cher, Connolly Gardiner, Shartpfj W. and G. WflsJ Thomn^^iMgfl and coug^^^^HH ous, child^^^^^^^H croup-^^^^^^H dose fH|

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

huillu the way orj^mg him- a as he had many friends classes of tfoe Comjanm for them to- decide wli ' send off should take; Mr. C. CBrieny who a' meeting had been- appc tary to the- movement, t] minutes of the meetingj received and adopted- I The Chairman- remaijl did not anticipate.„an£ elaborate nattfrej- «n'd-' discussion on t&e rtiat-ter. Mr. McNab proposed ' send off ' be ter/cfer6 Casey, and that it tai^| farewell bano'et. Weignjl lj^jul tftmed. Oh the motion of M' seconded by Mr. Heafej O'Brien, R. Nityden, T. Nelson, 1'. Buckley, P. \ and J. Withford, wei-e^ committee to cni'ry out i connection with same. ' On the moiion of Mi ^nd Niiydbn. it was carrj event tai&' place on the J the School of Arts, tliel fixed at 38, instructed to once for distribution^^! The Secretary wa^H to insert nn adver^H issues of the local pa^H On the jnotion of and Wiley, Mr* Wi^B pointed treasurer to t^H It was 8nggestecL^M| they should tew^^H tickets to the^l^^Hj of the distriot/^^...

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Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

Local aiul Other Items. ' I say, Bill, where did you get that hair cut.' ' Why at Foley's, the ' Boss ' Barber.'* # * A COMMITTEE meeting of the Mul lumbimby Agricultural Society will be held in the School of Arts next Thursday afternoon, at 2. 30 # # Eucalyptus Tablets and Juber, also special Bronchial Lozenges are now available at Turnbuli/s Phar macy. # # Application Forms for land pro perly and accurately filled, up. — It. W. Thompson junr. Auctioneer, Mullumbimby.* # ? We direct attention to the United Protestant service in the School of Arts on Sunday, at ll o'clock. Speakers, Rev R. Dill Mackey and Rev C. J. McAuley. * * Our reporter was unable to attend Corabell ball on Thursday night, and consequently did not- get a report. We will be pleased to get an account of it for next issue. Unfortunately it and the sports and Jdance at Billi nudgel clashed. * # In . order ihafc the treatment of milk fever in cattle may be brought to a successful conclusion, the air pump should be on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

Races. A N afternoon's Racing will be held ,i3L on tho Mullumbimby course on SatuVday next, 14t.li July, starting at 2 o'clock. Trophies will be run for. A. J.- TOltltENS, Promoter. For SaSe, TWO Splendid DAIRY FARMS. 100 Acres each ; close to Mullum bimby ; low price ; long and easy terms. For particulars apply to T. GILLAItD. Auctioneer, Mullumbimby. For SaSe, PedigrEe, jersey bull, by Brighton King (imp.) For par ticulars apply to xy .FAS. PARRISH, Auctioneer, Mullumbimby. 'l^ORSALE, — Wheelwright's Bus ?f-'- ? iness, in a prosperous part of the District. Low 'Price. Apply in first instance ' Star Office.' Ok ninlliittifeifflfty Star SATURDAY, JULY 7 1906.

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The Shires Act. PREPARING FOR COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

The Shires Act. PREPARING FOR COUNCILS. work for temporary ^HBpointed under the Shires ^^been prepared, indicating to be performed for the ^^^n of. rolls and the election H^HLCouncils. Following arc ?Hs in concise form : — August 15 to S'eptember 15 Notification from ' occupiers ' in two or moro ridings in the shire, stating riding in which they desire to be enrolled, to be delivered to temporal}' council clerk within seven days from tho first day of exhibition of lists. If such notification not so deliv ered, clerk to expunge name of any such person from the lists of all but one riding of the shire ; and within seven days from the expiration of the period of seven days previously mentioned, notify in some newspaper, circulating in the shire names of such elector and riding in which left enrolled. Objection to enrolment to be delivered to temporary council clerk ?within fourteen days from first day of exhibition of lists of electors. Appointment by Governor of first Revision Court t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabui.es. Taken after meals, digest the food. This is the natural cure for indiges tiQU. Food half digested is poison, as it creates gas, acidity, palpitation of the heart, headaches, and many other troubles. Whon you take Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabulcs you fool cortain you ? are not taking into your system any strong .medicine ov pow erful drug, but simply tho natural digestive elements which every woalc stomach hicks. One or two taken after each meal will positively cure Indigestion, Dyspepsia, and all stomach troubles, For sale by Ben nett & Sons. ? -- -- -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

When the wintry tours my eyes o'ertlow In painful sympathy with my nose, I 1-est my heavy head and sigh For some relief or 1 shall die. The hacking cough, the hard drawn breath, i, Cun only mean approaching death. Hut- 110, the remedy', Life's Jtenewer, Is found in Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, \ - ? Rabbiting must bo becomming qiute a stylish profession, as geutlo mon in the fur-trade now hand in their card when calling on the far mers to ask permission to enter their paddocksl — Exchange. For Children's Hacking Coiighi-at 1 Night, Woods' Great Peppermint | Cure. Is 6d.

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Meteorological Observations. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

Meteorological Obser vations. The following meteorological obsei' vations, as taken by Mr. Munro, teacher at Myocum public school, have been kindly handed us by him for publication :? — Month ending SOfchi June, 1906. Temperature s Max., 84 ; mih., 41. xtamfall : 4 inches, 21 points. Rain fell on eleven days. The following is the rainfall for half-year ending 30th. Juno, 1906, which gives an average of'8-53 inches per month. — j in. pts. January ... ... (5 88 February ... ... 1? 17 March ... ... 10 78 April ... ? ... '... 2 28 May ? ... 9 87 June ? ... 4 21 Total ...... 51 19

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How to Avoid Injustice. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

How to Avoid 'Injustice. For one block of land onrka. Upper Hunter 95 applicants lodged 190 applications, about £6000 as deposits, etc., and will have to wait a month or two to get a refund, as only one can get the land. Under our present idiotic Departmental system, all these applications have to be received by the local office, sent to head office, passed on to the dis trict office, notice sent to each appli cant to attend the sitting of the Court, etc. A great/scheme to keep the staff-busy. Now, in view of the very drastic ' weeding out ' process to get rid of undesirable applicants, by which the-fe 95 applicants will be probably reduced to 40 by the Land Board, a:»d who only will be allowed to ballot, Mr. Kelk, tho Crown Lands Agent at Scone, suggests that all applications for land such as the one in the question (for which it is known that competition will take place) should be made on the day of tho sittings of the Land Court. Let all the applicants appear at the court without...

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Dairying as an Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

Dairying as an Industry. Mr. M. A. O'Callaghan the Govern ment Dairy Expert, in addressing a large audience in St. James' Hall, Sydney, the other evening, on the above subject, said that the people of Sydney were beginning to take a profound interest in the dairying question, and many people were apparently still in doubt as to whether the industry would not in time be overdone. If the consump tion of our output was restricted to the local market this would be so, but there was the English market, which was practically inexhaustible. The import of butter into England in 1886 was valued at £15,000,000, which in 1905 increased to the enor mous value of £32,350,000, and the market would continue to grow. At one time it was very difficult to buy butter -in the winter months in Eng land, but this had been all changed by the introduction of scientific me thods and the expansion of the dairying industry in Australia. New South Wales had the advantage of its seasons being totally different ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

to great: cQoi^HHh|^BbH . Our:: my horse ' arrow re they all ^oiotal togterfl^H^B^BRj questions the young s fond a consider or applic^^^^H^^^^^H successfi^^^^Hj^^^^B of Life. an3^1 produeiT Of the. alchemis'l rare and precious beyond the contrary , it is as -a bread and cheese. Manyfl rejected it at. the breal little, knowing the treasuB pised. In a word, it is I It is not exactly a new disl one region of Bulgaria J| .milk is - the staple dir.jH astonishing number and several \modern .ISetH other parts ofS^hpjj«oyjH their long life to '?jflfH Metchnikoff, of;th^^H^H who has been inve^^^^H ter, has, however, conclusion that tl^H^H effects of the diet that the microbe wj^HH to sour is the dei^^^H particular microbe ible for physica^^^^H fessor therefpre«^^^^^H special prcparatl^^^^^^H which the benefi^H^^^^ present in largo i^^H^^H shall Jbe free fronH^^^^^ Some ye irs sailed round . boat, His feat, is N only a lttile caday^^^^^H papers. He of and jib^irf'a to start from ber and month...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

Mandolins 8 and Guitars, at PALING'S. 71 j 49H& M I 1 1* Imp I i I | t®f# 'S.V I I Mallei. | | Italian (EX American. I £ The prices I | of these popular I I instruments are | | just right. 8 l iC Free Catalogues R j wcwamm'^wiiiBni —rum | i Paling's, j 338 George St. B Sydney. E The Brunswick ' Emporium/' p. A. ROW HAS OPENED UP HIS ?j£ New Winter Drapery, jt Charming Display, which for Quality and Exceptional Value CANNOT BE BEATEN. Ladies stylish and perfect fitting Tailor-made Jackets, very chic and natty, from 5/11 to 25s. Dl'eSS Goods — In Tweeds, Hopsacks, Tartan Effects, Serges French Yoiles, Crepolines, Venetians, French Herringbones, Cashmeres, Spots, Blousings, etc. * Ladies Fashionable Skirts, newest designs. A. great assortment of Boy's and Girl's Jersey PI ANMH FTTFQ - Two special lines. Pink Flannel I LnlinLLL- 1 I L.Oi~''ette, extra heavy, 33in. wide, 6d per yard. Striped Flannelette 36in wide, 8d per yard. Ladies' Parachutes from 2s 6d to 12s 6d Boots ! Boots...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906

/' By Public Auction At Jas. Parrish's Rooms, * jfjl MULLUMBIMBY. To-day (Saturday) and MONDAY, 9th July. At 1.30 O'clock. TO TAILORS, DRAPERS, STOREKEEPERS, HAWKERS, ? . 1-tOTELKEEPERS) - And tho Public ctoncrally* Gigantic and Abso lutely Unreserved r . Sale .U' O* DRAPERY! j DRAPERY! f DRAPERY! - DRAPERY! ? v Being ail enormous consignment of every class of goods required, iu tho trade and general household, which mutt bo ' ?I Positively Cleared at any Price. v. ? ? - ? ~ Tfiidoublcdly the Largest and Best Collection ever submitted to the publie ! -of MulLumiiimby and the district under the hammer. ' Specially solocted and imported from I tho leading and largest manufacturers of -? ?? ? .Great Britain, i ? ' Special attention is directed ; ^ te the magnificent collection of Pure Irish Linen to fee j offered at the sale. 'J?lie following are a few of the ? ' Lines to be Cleared : — Irish Linen Table Covors, Pillow Casos, .'Guipure and Art Curtains, Gents Shirts of' every descripti...

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