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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 July 1906
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[?]he [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
[?] in a vemarKlH^ manner last month in Paris by the death of Antonio Fleuner,' who' was killed at midnight by a motor car. M. Flei? rier, who wns himself a spiritualist, was* dining tho night beforo with some bachulor friends, who noticed that lie was downcast and silent. They railed him for being glum, when M. Fleurier said he had been told by a medium that lie would be killed by a motor car at midnight that evening. ' I have arranged all my affairs and made my will,' he said. .'And before leaving you all to-night I shall say good-bye to you for ever, for 1 am certain you will never see me alive again.' Every ?» body tried to laugh M. Fleurier out of his fears, but without success. After the party broke up at 11.30 M. Fleurier and a friend who lives in the same- neighbourhood failed to find a cab. They started to walk liome together, and bad not gone far when the hoot of a motor car horn was hoard as they were crossing the road, but M. Fleurier, who seemed to be hypnotised with te...
Latest Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
Latest Produce Report. Wheat : — First quality, 3/6 to 3/8. chickwlieat, prime, to 3/3 por bushel' Flour : — City, £8 ; couutry makes, to £7- 10/ : bost 'imported £14 15/ por ton. Braii: — lOd to 12d per bushel. ' Poljar'd lOd per bushel. MaizC : — Northern Rivor, prime, 2/10; good 3/0; white to 2/11 per bushel. ? . Oats: — Prime, 3/4; heavy, 3/; , heavy feed to 3/l,.per bushel. *. . Peas: — Blue, 5/6; grey,' 5/3, per bushol. ? ' ? ' Chaff.|Choico. £4 to £3 16s, prime, to £3 15/ : modium, ^3 5/; inferior'^ to £3 per t'oni -' - Lucerne : — Good dry green, £5 to £5 5s ; prime old summer, £3 15/ to £4 per ton. ? ''' Potatoes. Best, £8/10; good to £8 15/ per ton. ' ' Butter: — Choice lid; prime lOd ; factory brands to 9j' p3r lb.
Explaining her Absence. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
Explaining her Absciice. A remarkable story Was told to flip police in Melbourne 011 Saturday by Rose Harris (22), residing iu Hope t-oun-.street, Northcoto. Tho young woman, who is employed as a domes tic servant in North cote, statedtli.it after nightfall on Wednesday week sho left her employer's residence by the back gate, and was immediately seized by two nun and bound and gagged. The men thou pluc.'d her iu a vehicle, and drove rapidly away in 1 the direction of Heidelberg road, ' : preserving perfect silence until they ' ; had driven about a mile and a half. _/. ? Then 0110 of them said: 'It is alright we will soon be there.' Shortly after something .went wrong with the harness, and the men dismounted to put things right. While they werp 011 the ground she slipped f.om tho \ vehicle and liurriedawayvbcingaidjd in her escape by the timely appear ance of a man on horse-back, with whom the otlior two engaged in con versation, apparently with tho object of concealing , the fact th...
[?]ins[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
HKian Vict^HKarmers' ntiJH^|^HP' their wlieat, and tliere^^^^noiv 409,660 bags standing at country ? stations. This is about double the amount stacked last year. Mr. Seymour, Victorian Govern ment potato expert, expressed the opinion, at a recent conference in Melbourne, that iu order to prevent the introduction into the State of Irish blight, all seed coming in should be quarantined and grown for two years in Government ground. Rain is badly wanted at Gulgong. Wheat is backward, and as there is no grass all horses and cattle are hand-fed. One farmer with about 40 cattle and six hor.-es has used 40 tons of hay siu'cc March, and' hay is now £3 10s per ton. The river from Guntawang down for 30 miles is a succession of water holes. The Guudagai stock inspector re ports a wonderful growj.li of grass in that district for this time of the year. Rabbits aro breeding wiih marvellous rapidity, but the pest is being kept under, mainly owing to rabbiters having given up traps and gono in for p...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
Presbyterian Church. First Sunday of month : Mullumbim bimby 11, Byron Bay 3, Spring Vale 7.30 Second Sunday of month; Myocum 11, Billinudgel 2.39, M'bimby 7,30 Third Sunday of month: Bangalow 11, Spring Vale 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. Richard Dill Afacky
RUSSIA'S RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
RUSSIA'S RECORD The chief of police at Siedlec has been killed by a bomb oxplosio'n. His assilant. escaped. Last, week 176 Government offi cials were killed in Russia, 42 wore wounded, 120 bombs were discovered, and 270 politieial arrests made. A cock and oilier servants have been arvesti'd for attempting to poison reac tionary leader, General Tropoff, who is in a critical condition. About 100 persons, chiefly Social Democrats, have recontly been arrested in Moscow. Uiturbances, resulting in the death of many persons, have . taken place iu several localities in the Samara diC,' rict of Southeast Russia. TJio peasants in the Vyatha dis trict are burning tho Stato ..forests, and resisting the Cossacks. ? The 24tli Ural Cossack Regiment-, at Smarkand, in Turkostau, have mutinied, imprisioncd their officers, and elected others from tho ranks. The commander of tho garrison has demanded the surrender^ if tho mutineers, and summoned artillery. The people are panic-stricken. At Tsaritsyn, o...
REVOLT IN CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
REVOLT IN CUBA. There have bccu 610 arrests at Havana, the capital of Cub i, iu tho last three . days. General Gomez, who is alleged to be at the head of a revolutionary movement, was ar rested at his country seat. Tho Government troops repulsed several hands of rebels, with slight losses. After a sharp .flight, a bodv of Cuban insurgents, under an exCon grcatinan named Guorra, captured the town of San Luis' six miles from Pinar del Rio, thus securing an im portant base for future operations. 'Numbers of the combatants on both sides were killed, and others wonnded. Sonor Peroz, lato Governor of Pinar del Rio, an important place, 97 miles south-west of Havana, has joined the insurgents. At Santa Clara, 170milos south east of Havana, bauds of insurgents have assembled -under Colonel Reinus and an ex-member of Congress named Mcndiota; tl.iere is another baud at Santa Cruz pel Norte in the Havana province. ? ' Tho Mayor and inhabitants of Aguiieate have also risen iu revolt.
Cablegrams. VALPARAISO IN RUINS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
Cablegrams. VALPARAISO IN RUINS. Advices from Valparaiso state that the first earthquake shock on Tliurs evening lasted for four-and-a-half minntes, and the second for two minutes. Between 2000 and 3000 persons were killed. Fires are still raging in various parts of the ruined city. Several islets have anneared in Valparaiso Bay, tho soundings of which have been materially altered. It is estimated that 60,000 persons have been rendered homeless by the disaster. Owing to the destructisn of Val paraiso 30,000 inhabitants have gone toSanliago, where the Government is arranging to accommodate them. The Chamber of Deputies has voted 4,000,0du dollars (£300,000) for relief work. All provisions have been requisi tioned by the authorities, and are being distributed freoly to the poorer classes, whose condition is appalling. Corpses are lying on the burning embers, and fouling the air. The looting at Valparaiso was chiefly the work of escaped convicts. Many have been recaptured, and 50 shot....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
Malfomfeimby Brass Band* A Grand Ball, To wind-up the Socials for this season, will be held in the School of Arts on , Thursday, Sept. 13th. Double Tickets 5s ; Single, 3s. First-class Poultry Supper. Mnsic by the Band. C. ARMBRUSTER, Hon. Secretary. HORSE RACING, On the Local Course. e Saturday, 8th Sept., For SADDLES, BRIDLES, and other Good Prizes. Roll up, and bring along your hacks. A. J. TORRENS, Promoter. WANTED — Family of four milkers on wages, about £10 month; must have lad old enough to drive cream cart to Station. — We have buyers for a large number of ? Forward Springers, Steers, Poddie Heifers, Old Bulls, and Store Cows. — R. W. Thompson jr. & Co., Auctioneers, Mullumbimby. WANTED at once, a smart Milker, and to make himself otherwise generally useful on farm. Apply to H. NELSON, 'Mullumbimby Creek. WANTED to exchange, an Ayrshire Bull for a Durham ; or to pur chase a Durham Bull. — J. Godino, Mullumbimby Creek. WANTED, for from one to six months, Agistment for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
A Modern Digestion. One of Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules will digest 1500 grains of meat, eggs, and other wholesome food. They are^a genuine tonic, be cause they bring about in tho only natural way a restoration of nervo power, a building up of lost tissue and appetite by the digestion and assimilation of wholesome f-ind. They can't help but do you good For ggjg jby Bennett & Sons.
Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
Local and Other Items. Violin Strings and Bridges can be obtained at Turnbull's Pharmacy. * * Regular .monthly meeting of the Progress Association on Friday night, at the School of Arts. * * Steady rain commenced to fall yesterday morning and continued throughout the day. * # We learn that a Summer School is to be established at Durrumbul next month. # * If you want to look your best on Sunday Dick, get your hair done in style at the Boss Barber. The building trade continues brisk. Several new cottages are going up in town, and in different parts of the district. Pipes, Knives, Tobacco Pouches, Writing Pads, Inks, Pencils,. Razor Strops, and Stationery, at the Boss Barber's. * * There is a splendid spring in the grass, and if we are favoured with a few more showers the milk supply will commence to go up, as feed will soon become abundant. - # * You can be fitted with an abso lutely roliable pair of Spectacles at a fair price at Turnbull's Pharmacy. * # ?- Mr. M. Gay, of Lismore, lan...
The Cane-Cutting Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
The Cane-Ciitting Trouble. The following letter from a Clar ence River cane-cutter to the Maclean ' Advocate ' explains to some' extent the present troubles in Queens land : — '' Dear Sir, — I would be very much obliged to, you if you would publish the following in your paper, as a warning to the working men of the Clarence. A gang of us left the. ?Clarence for the cane season away up iu Northern Queensland. We signed an agreement similar to the ones signed'by tho men on the rivers. We were led to believe that wo could moko £1 per day eane-cntting, and that the cane was all good. _Wo were to get paid on a sliding scale, viz. — 14-ton crop and upwards, 4/6 ; for every score under 14 -tons we were to receive sixpence a ton. That was for all stripped cane; unt.hraslied cane we were to receive sixpence a ton ex tra. AYe were put into a field of 12 acres, and, you could not tell whether it was a field of eanc or grass. It took us a fortnight to cut it, and the area averaged ten tons por ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
J AS. PARRISH, The Live Auctioneer Commission Agent, Popdlau Cattle & Horse Salesman, And Produce Merchant, MULLUMBIMBY, Sales conducted in any part of tlie dis trict on 2i per cent, fates. No business no charge, fortnightly Salss in tho Auction Mart - ? First class Dairy Farms always on ? . hand for sale or lease. Choice Dairy * Cattle always on the books for sale. Dairymen cannot do better than con sult him, as he is a competent judge of dairy cattle, and is one of the biggest prize-winners for dairy cattle at different i Shows in the State. Seeds and all kinds of Produce always on hand. In stock also, Ploughs and ' Cornshellers, Massey Harris brand Business strictly attended to, and account sales promptly rendered. - Letters and telegrams receive prompt attention. ? Address letters and telegrams, JASi PARRISH, Auctioneer, Produce Merchant, etc., . ^ Mullumbimby. T. GILLARD' Auctioneer, Stock Salesman,) AND General Commission Agent; MUUtUMBIIWBY. jii.' ? _ Sales condueted ...
R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
R. C. Church. Sunday 2nd September — Bangalow 9 a.m, and 7.30 p.m ; Mullumbimby 11.30 a.m Sunday 9th Sept — Byron Bay 9 a.m ; Bangalow 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m . Sunday 16th Sept — Mullumbimby 9 a.m ; Bangalow 11.30 a.m, and 7.30 p.m. Sunday 23rd Sept — Byron Bay 9 a.m ; Bangalow 11.30 a.m, and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. P. Walshe.
Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Byron Bay Parish Services. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 30 August 1906
Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Byron Bay Parish Services. 1st Sunday of Month — Byron Bay 8. a.m. (h.c.), Myocum 10.30, Billi nudgel 2.30, 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 (h.c.), Tyagarah 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Sunday : Byron Bay 11 (h.c.), Cooper's Shoot 2.30, Bangalow 7.!?b Rev A. W. Coates