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THE NEW ZEALAND AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

THE NEW ZEALAND AGREEMENT. , The following is , the text of the agreement:— ' The Governments of tho colony of Now Zealand and of the Commonwealth of Australia, desiring to promote trade and intercourse between thoir respective countries as a means of closer union, have agreed to recommend to their Parliaments reciprocal aud preferential conces sions in certain customs duties upon the following conditions: — ? .'The respective tariffs to be amen ded so as to impose dnties at the rates named in tho schcludc hereto on articles of produce or produce and manufacture of and imported from New Zoalaud and Australia respec tively. 'No reductions or increases or impositions of duties on articles named in the scliodudo aro to be con ceded by cither Government has been obtained. In tho ovent of any shell reductions or increases or impositions of duties being insisted upon by either Parliament this agreement should be terminable by the other Parliament on twolve months' notice. 'Provided, . how...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Summer School. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

Summer School. A. new departure in the educa tional department of our district will be initiated at Durrumbul Public School on Monday next, when some twenty young teachers from the vari ous schools in the district will be brought together in what is known as a School of Instruction. The object is to enable teachers to enrich their experience and increase their effi ciency by the observation of modern methods of instruction and manage ment, the effect of which should soon become manifest in the schools which they control. The daily routine com mences at 8.30, Jwhen tin inspection of apparatus, appliances, and aids to teaching, time Itables, programmes, etc., will be made, and explanations of same .given. - From 9.30 to 3.30 ordinary school work will be carried out by Mr. Grierson (tho teacher) ; from 3.30 to 4.15 a conversational discussion, under the direction of the InsDector. Mr. W. T. McCov. B.A., will be conducted; from 4.15 to 5.45 lectures on 'brush work and drawing will be gi...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Federal Government and the Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

The Federal Government and the Tariff. , (From llic Melbourne 'Aero') The Federal Government has come down wirli a genuine surprise in tho form of a Preferential Tariff iufavcr of Great Britain. The recommen dations of tlie Tariff Commission are dwarfed beside these far reaching proposals. Even the New Zealand treaty, submitted at tho same time, important as it is 'and strictly of a cognate character, sinks into in Bignificapee by the side of this long promised poiicy of PreferentiulJIvitde The Government has kept/ifs secret well. No hint has t^iriispired of the intention to redeem this pledge whioh was made to tho people at the ..... last .elections. Those who hud hoped for it had -long since given it up in despair. Of course the integrity of tho revenue was at stako. Had any word of this movement got wind, the Customs might have suffered a ? . very serious loss. A study of the proposals submitted, and' which now bear the forco of Jaw as far as the payment of duties is concerned, w...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

Why suffer tho torments of Hell with Rheumatism or Lumbago when Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment will ease tho pain at once, and con tinued applications effect a perman ent cure. Price 1/6 ; large bottle 3/ For sale by Bennett and Sons. For Child e.i's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is Gd.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

General News. Tho owner of Mount Horeb Station, near Adelong, lias issued a preliminary notice announcing tho sub-di vision of that properly into about 60 lots to suit purchasers, tha auction salo to take place about tin* end' of October or early in November. There is some splendid farming and grazing land on the station, and the railway provides handy access to market. There is a possibility of two other large estates in the. Tumut district being cut up for closer settle ment. Senator Neild refused to inspect the proposed capital sites because See, some five years ago, offered Dalgety to tho Federal Government, ? - and Waddoli renewed the offer, also Carrauthors — the latter adding tin; names of Lyndhur,st, Yass and Tumut. He thinks Carruthers is in sincere in rejecting Dalgety (after offering it) on account of distance, and then offering; sites which are further away and not on good roads. The report of the Chief Inspector ef Stock for the year ended Decem ber 81st last, was laid ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

Open Column. [While aro columns are open for the dis cussion of matters of public interest, we do not necessarily identify our selves with opinions expressed by cor respondents.]

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GIRLS' RECORD CLIMB. IN ALPINE REGIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

GIRLS' RECORD CLIMB. IN ALPINE REGIONS. The London 'Daily Mall' of 15th July writes:— Mile. Isabelle Laugel, a French girl, aged thirteen years, has created a reeo d by climbing the Aiguille de I'M, nearly 12,000ft, high, one of the most difficult and dangerous peaks in the MoTit Blanc range. It was first ascended by Mummery, the well-known English climber, and very seldom since his death. Mile. Laugel is the first of her sex to reach the summit of this peak, and she accomplished the feat, says our Geneva correspondent, without any help from her guide.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

jasTparrish, The Live Auctioneer Commission Agent, Popular Catti.k & 'Horse Salesman, And Produce Merchant, MULLUMBIMBY, Sales condupted in any part of the dis trict on 2i per cent. rates. No /. business no charge. Tortmglitly Salos in tho Auction Mart y'Sir/t class Dairy Farms always on ' lumd for sale or lease. Choice Dairy ?Cattle always on the booltB for sale. Dairymen cannot do better than con ?suit him, as he is a competent judge of -dairy cattle, and is one of the biggest prize-winners for dairy cattle at different Shows in the State. Seeds and all kinds of Produce always -on hand. In 'stock also, Ploughs ivad Cornshellers, Mussey Harris brand Business strictly attended to, and recount sales promptly rendered. Letters and telegrams receive prompt ?attention. _ Address letters and telegrams, JAS. PARRISH, .Auctioneer, Produce Mcrcliaut, etc., MuH™ibiniby. T. GILLARD, Auctioneer, Stock Salesman, I ? AND ! General Commission Agent, I IWUIAUMBHWBY. I Sales conducted jn an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

* * Make never mock of cold nor cough— They danger spell, however slightly ; Nor e'er esteem it quite enough To treat tho primal symptoms lightly. Consider, ore you money spend, To buy but mixtures safe and sure — Remembor one, and recommend Tho worth af Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure, . ? „ - k, ' V ; 4-: ?

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Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

Local and Other Items. Vioi.in Strings and Bridges can be obtained at Turnbull's Pharmacy. * # Tnn well-known flautist, John Lem mone, and a company of first-class artists, are touring the Rivers. ik Mi - See notice in this issuo re proposed closing of a road in the parish of Billinudgel, within portion 235. # # Football. — Mullumbimby and Rosebank will meet on the local ground next Saturday. * # Do not be led to destruction, go whero tho up-to-dato business is done — Foley's the Boss Barber. * * - Senator Neild did not receive too good a- reception at tlie different places at which he addressed meet ings on the Rivers. # # McDougall, the loading hairdress er for post cards, stationery, musical instruments, pipes, tobacco, etc. The best selected stock in Mullumbimby.* # * In the Divorce Court, Sydney, John Charles, of Lismore, petitioned for a divorce from Bridget Charles, formerly Garritty, on the grounds of adultery. A decree nisi was granted, returnable in four months. # * The cr...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"LE DOMINO ROUGE." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

'LE DOMINO ROUGE.' By ARCHIBALD B. D. SULLIVAN. I don't think anyone had heard of hot before; she came with no glaring press notices, or even an active advance agent; she just appeared suddenly and unannounced at a Broadway Theatre. This being a city of surprises that spring to being In a single hour, for the first night or so no one took any special notice of her; then a whisper crept through theatrical circles and was commented on In the cafes, and finally starred the daily papers with staring I headlines. It concerned a dancer — a dancer in red, who styled herself 'Le Domino Rouge' and always wore a mask both on the stage and to and from the private victoria that conveyed her to each performance. This was qulto enough to fire the public interest and curiosity. Box office receipts were al most doubled, and the S.R.O. sign hung nightly outside the {heatre. Who was she? .Why did she always mask? Where did she live? At each perform ance the crowded audience speculated and hazarded an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

'Here, hold my horae. a minute, will you?' 'Sirl I'm a member of Parliament!' 'Wever inlnd.' You look honest. I'll take a chani'O ' . -tlrVv-T A

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A TOWN OF LINGUISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

A TOWN OF LINGUISTS. A Babel-like confusion of tongues reigns, according to a correspondent, in Eperies, a Hungarian town situat ed close to the Galician border. No fewer Shan six languages, not count ing dialects, are commonly' spoken by the lii.OOO inhabitants of this little town, which, owing to its reJWteness from the beaten track. i«# seldom visited by tourists. Threo or four j different languages may be heard at , any time in its quiet streets, for al- ( most every trade has its own partial- . lay lingo. Eperies was founded in the j 13th century by Germans, but a sub- | sequent influx of Slovaks and Mag yars soon changed thc German char- ( acter of the town, and at the present time thc most notable families may emolo.y a retinue of servants consisting of, say, a Slovak valet, a Hungarian coachman, a German cook, and a Polish housemaid, all of whom are ) ignorant of anv but their own tongue. ] To add to these linguistic complica- ] tions one may have to deal with a Hungarian ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Coughs and Colds, never fails. 1/6 ? For Chroiiiqi Chest Complaints. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 u-i :

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THE BOOK OF PROPHECIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

THE ROOK OF PROPHECIES. Some sensation has boon caused in | Italy by the publication of the pro phecies contained in an old Latin tome, printed in Venice, A.D. 17S8. '^entitlrd 'Liber de Praedictionibus,' | by Father Appinno Buonafede, a Tuscan priest who has in some in stances been remarkably accurate in his forecasts. Amongst 'h'se thtit ' 'came true' are:— , I In the year .1855 thousands of Italians will go forth to battle in foreign lands, and {will . cover, them selves with glory. ' This is correct, for a strong Sardinian contingent took part in the Crimeam war. In 1905 a terrible . earthquake will | devastate southern Italy; : .' In .1906 a smiling landscape will' bo destroyed by. volcanic/ outbreaks, which will repeat - themselves in the following year: Hordlv cheerful news this foiv the Vesuvian villages ! In 1906, the book says further, Italy :will be made tho recipient of great homage from the. most powerful nations. This is supposed t.j refer to the Milan Exhibition. The ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cablegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

Cablegrams. An official communique which has been published in St. Petersburg contains a surprisingly frank sum mary of the recent outbreaks and outrages It is declared that although a por son may be killed it is impossible to kill tho uualternable ideal inspiring the Government. The extremists in tlie JJouma are accused of having endeavored to usurp the executive power, and the revolutionaries of trying to frighten the Government, It appears that the Grand Duko Nicholas advocated a dictatorship and the Dowager-Empress liberal reforms. Tho Czar choso a middle course. Mr. John Foster Fraser and his secretary were among 2000 persons who wero recently' arrested at War saw, and subjected to ; cruel treat ment. ?? ^ The British Trades-union Congress has resolved to urgo on the Govern ment the establishment of national pensions or at. least os weekly for all men and women over 60 years of age. . ? ? The -Congress also demanded a minimum of 30s for 48 hours' work a week for all Government ...

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THE HANGMAN AT WARSAW. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

TIII5 HANGMAN AT WARSAW. How public executions are arranged in Warsaw is . the : topic : of an in teresting descriptive. aHicle' from . : a correspondent ? of the ' Russkoc Solvo.' It has been found impossible, it seems, to find anyone .willing -to undertake the work of ???a-; regular, hangman, though to carry ^out: single executions there is always a goodly number or oners, tne pay being jji»r per 'job.' Candidates for this grisly work go about their .business with the greatest secrecy. They. wear a mask when applying to. the : com mander of the fortress for their authority, and. also when they ap pear to 'do their duty on tho scaffold. Their names are kept strictly secret, as their lives would not bo wor.th an hour's purchase should- -their identity be rtisclosod. Nevertheless such is the demand for tho post of temporary executor that n list is. kept of the ap plicants, who are engaged by rota tion. ?' ??'

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IMPECUNIOUS GLOBE TROTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

IMPECUNIOUS GLOBE TROTTER. An impecunious 'globetrotter., has turned up in Vienna -in the person of Marius .Tonescu, aged twenty-five, a student of Bucharest; who four years ago made , a bet that he .would work his way round Lhe world, -oi\ to b.i precise, cover a distance of 81,483 miles, without any money. Armed only with n packet of picture post cards, but otherwise without n penny, — ?— mi -s°t out on 4th September, 1902, from the Roumanian capital with two companions, nri ^..K'ishninn and a Frenchman. Unfortunntelyr 'a sad fate befell his two friends : tho Frenchman was killed by Indians, and the Englishman succumbed to yellow fever, so .1 oni'scu travelled the greater part of his i'Uriiev alone. The adventurous student' paid his way, giving lectures on his strange experiences and hairbreadth escapes and selling picture postcards. As there is plenty of lime left for him to reach Bucharest, where he is only rluo on 4th SeDteniber, Jonoscu is fairly safe to win n prize of L2500, ...

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"L'ECLAIR." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

'L'ECLAIR.' ' L'Eclair' — [the French paper which has been expressing itself so strongly about the D'Angeley Regent street scandal — was originally callod ' Le Teuple,' but was re-christened because, that title did not .appeal to women of fashion. Its first, great success was duo to a sensational piece of reporting A member of the staff assisted a political criminal to escape to America and published a full account of his achievement. He was sentenced to thirteen, months' imprisonment, but the reputation of the newspaper wa6 made. At the present time tho. journal is chiefly notable for its Chauvinism. The editor is M. Ernest «ludet.

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The South Coast. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906

The South Const. The following ir: oxtracted from an article by the 'Daily Telegraph's ' special reporter, on fanning at Nowra :- — Dairy farms on the fiats be; ween Nowra and the sea, 12 miles -away, bring retails of as much as £2 10s per acre ui isolatsd eases. A cunm m price is. 35s and £2. From hejw\ as well as from all the otheiydlstricts on the South Coast north of the Shoalhnveu, there is a constant migration of farmers, who want more elbow-room to the northern parts of tho State and to Queensland, but their holdings aro secured by others immediately. No farms go.a-bogging, neither is any laud allowed to waste which may be made to serve in any way the purposes of the dairy. Here, also, the farmer who does more in the way of making provision for his sr.ock than grow grass and ' a bit of planters' friend (or other cane), and some green stuff,' is a rarity. Tho fingers on one hand would probably enumerate them. Mr. T. M'Intyre, of Jasper's Brush, is ono of the notable exceptions...

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