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A LARGE APIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906
A LARGE APIARY. Venturis County, California, claims to '' have one of the largest apiaries In the ? world, comprising some 2000 colonies of ? bees. It Is owned by one Mendelson. a past-master in handling bees. .-We ('Ru- ral Californian') were informed by Mr M'Donald, who owns an apiary adjoin- ? Ing that oX Mendelson, that ;h.» latter's Income this season, over and above his ? running expenses, will be L2000.
Dairy Company's Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906
Dairy Company's Con ference. A meeting of the representatives of Richmond River Dairy Companies was held at Lismoro last Thursday. There were present: — Messrs Gray, Brandon, and Clifford (Byron Hay) ; Dally, Whipps, Meagher and Watts (Alstonville) ; Devlin, Cedarwald, and Robinson (Casino) ; McRae, Young man, and Hammond, (Goraki) ; Seceombe, and Ford, (Ballina,) Mr. W. Gray, chairman of directors of Byron Bay Dairy Co, was elected to the chair. After a considerable, amount of discussion, chiefly on 'tho risk .Com panies undertook in exporting while local values were maintained at such a high rate, by speculators operating in unxaHed butter for adulteration, purposes for the London' market, it was acfreed, on the ? motion of Messrs. McRae and Robinson that it wan desirable to f -rm . n.;i' association of the various manufacturing com panies. It was' resolved -.that all business conducted from that date should first be reported to the indi vidual Companies for confirmation. Mr. Mcli...
STRANGE STORIES. TOLD IN THE FOREIGN PAPERS. OLD CLOTHES WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906
STRANGE stories. ? 9 ? TOLD IN' THE FOREIGN PAPERS. OLD CLOTHES WANTED. According to u Warsaw correspon dent. about th.- only branch of trade in Russia tli.it. i- not in a languish' iiigr condition is the old clothes busi ness. Tho new commercial treaty with Germany, which provides that . worn clothing shall be exempt from | duty, has given an additional fillip to a trade which has of late assumed remarkable Tironortions. In conse quence of the war, thc disturbed state of the country and the continual strikes,' thousands luive bcon brought to the verge of poverty, and many of those who once could easily afford new suits or dresses are glad enough to avail toemsdves of the services of the second-hand clothier. Enghsh garments, owing to their superior , make and strength of material, are eaperly sought after, and this mav he the explanation why householders In London nre at the present time up- , proached with more than usual insist ence by wardrobe dealers anxious to | purchase cast-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 13 September 1906
Pianoforte Teaching. Miss Alma White IS prepared to receive Pupils for the Pianoforte. Theory and Practice thoroughly taught. Pupils prepared for Trinity College Examinations. Terms on application. t. i. robinsonT WISHES to notify the public of Mullumbimby and district, that ho intends starting a Butchery -Business in Mullumbimby on 1st. . September, next, when prime beef ?will be supplied at moderate prices, on a cusli basis. The patronage of 'the public is respectfully solicited, P. S. POOLMAN, Dental, Surgeon, (Successor to Mr P. W. Gaggh), Can be eonsulted at his NEW SUR GERY, near Presbyterian Church nnO Stand this Season JL at Mullumbimby, gtWfcafeyW and travel the dis trict, the Thoroughbred Stallion LORD ST0CKWELL, £3 3s a Mare. Sire Gridiron (imp.), by Xenophon.son of Canary, by Solon's dam, by Bird- catcher ; dam. Stock Love, by Stockdale, son of Yaltendon, from the imported marc Stock Dove, who is by Marcearoni, dam Anonynia by Stockwell. Lord Stockwell's grandsire, Stock...
LOST LIVE MINES. DISCOVERY OF LEADS TO TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
LOST LIVE MINES. DISCOVERY OF LEADS TO TRAGEDY. What is believed to have been one of tho lost live mines now floating about, the English Channel was seen on Wed nesday, October 17th, off Selse.v. I About half-past one a telegram reached thc Thorney coastguard from Wittering saying that n capsized yacht was tloating along the shore. Tho Thorley coastguard put .out, and the Selse.v fishermen also launched n boat. Tho wind was blowing half n gale, and a heavy sea was running. The coast- 1 guard found (he object— not n capsized yacht, but, it is believed, one of the lost j mines— some two miles out, but ns the | sea was to heavy to allow towing, thc boat turned back. j About one hundred yards from the beach the boat was struck by a heavy sea mid swamped. Two men, George Leo and another, were washed out. Leo wtis wearing a lifebelt, but the oilier man was not. Both were strong swimmers, but though the other man was rescued, Lee sank at once, nnd never reappeared, though his lifebelt floa...
BACK TO THE DUTCH. THE TRANSVAAL GOES. A LIBERAL GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
BACKTO THE DUTCH THE TRANSVAAL GOES. A LIBERAL GIFT. The ''Daily Mail' correspondent at. St. Johannesburg writes recently : It is not often that anyone can successfully assume tho mantle of a prophot as far as South African affairs arc concorned. Hero it is tho unexpected that happons. ! Who, for instance, would hnvo im agined five years ago that tho first Pariiamene in tt British Transvaal I would bo controlled by l'Utchmon ? I But it is now clear that the pro phecy of the ' Daily Mail' will bo realised. For tho second timo t.ho Transvaal is to bo handed baclt to ' tho Boers. WhatXas the underlying ideal of tho Liberal Government in framing thc new Constitution for this colony it is impossible to say. But, giving them credit for tho best intentions, ono must at least find them guilty of a lamentable blunder. Whatever their motives may havo been, tho eilcct of their arrangement will soon b-» painfully cloar. Undoubtedly the bulk of the people of England honed that the first responsi...
WORKHOUSE ROMANCE. RUNAWAY COUPLE SALARIED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
WORKHOUSE ROMANCE. RUNAWAY COUPLE SALARIED. Tho Edmonton Guardians .are much perturbed ovpr a pretty little ro mance which, tor tho timo being, has checked the even tenor of their busi ness. J Tho trouble arose over tho sug gested appointment of a dispenser for the Edmonton WorWiouse. Tho pro- j posod ciispenscr is Mrs Norman Bcn jatieici, who six months ago waa miss Elsie Graham. Sho is tho daughter of tihe master of the workhouse, and her husband the son of the medical oflicerof health. Mr Norman Benjaficld is about 21 years old, and a medical student. Ho fell in love with Mi3s Graham, his love was: roturnod, and the twain contracted a runaway marriage about six months ago. I Mrs Norman Benjafield, is already a servant of tho guardians, receiving L10 a year and her board and lodg ing as organist at the workhouse ; but Mr Norman is not yet cloar of the examination hall. j But the guardians came to the 1 rescue with a proposal that Mrs Nor- j man be appointed dispenser at a salary o...
GORKY'S POVERTY IN AMERICA COMPANION ACTS AS WAITRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
GORKY'S POVERTY IN AMERICA COMPANION ACTS AS WAITRESS. Maxim Gorky and his companion, J Mme. Andrieva, who were some time ago ejected from several New York hotels, ! railed for Europe on 13th October on the Prinzess Irene, travelling as Mr and Mrs Pieshkoff. Gorky declined to discuss his experi- , ences In America beyond sayine that he is writing a book, entitled 'Mother,' , wherein he will set forth his opinions, j But it appears that in addition to the dis appointment and humiliation following the disclosure that his 'wife,' accom panying him undc-r the name of Mme. Gorky, was the Russian actress And rieva, Gorky also suffered the discom forts of poverty. j His literary work while in America was unremunerative, and he disdained to accept the assistance of wealthy sympa thisers, preferring that their contribu tions should go to support the cause of Russian freedom. I Moreover, in view of the clrcum- | stances of Indignity to which Mme. And- i rleva was subjected, she was too proud ...
Distribution of the rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
Distribution of the rain fall. The rainfall figures for the year just ended furnish some interesting comparison between the amounts re ceived on the coast and in the weBt respectively. It is a meteorological maxim, of course, that the intensity of the rainfall over ' extended periods decreases with the distance from the sea but the returns for this State, iust completed, show some remark able exceptions from the rule. Sydney, for instance, had less rain tliap Gopgolgon, on the Bogan, by three-quarters of an inch. Windsor had less than Bourke. Camden and Picton did not have as much as Hill ston and Booligal. Western River ina had more rain than nearly the whole of the Hunter Riverjdistricts. Mr. Hunt points out. that the explan ation of these extraodinary results is probably to be found in the charac ter of rainstorms of 1906. Most of these came from the westward, and the area beyond the Dividing Range received the full benefit of them. But in many instances the mountains intercepted...
LANGUAGE. THE LITTLE KNOWLEDGE DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
LANGUAGE THE LITTLE KNOWLEDGE DANGER. Major-General Patrick Maxwell has put together in 'Pribblea and Prabbles' (Skefllngton) a goodly store ot good stories of a varied character. The au thor, dealing with the use of words, forecasts the time when English will be the general' language of the civilised world — though suggesting that it will have undergone some 'startling changes rtf hnnHcj rtf Aiir Tnrilnn fr»Mrvur-«lf h- jectg.' Wc are then given some amus- | ing Instances of 'Baboo English.' Then come examples of verbal mistakes gen erally^ and we are told of ai- .English lady in Italy, at an entertainment, who, on being pressed to have something more to eat, which she did not want, meant to reply, 'I have eaten enough, a-nd do not wish for anything more,' buj. by a slight mispronunciation of two words, startled the company with, ' I have eaten a ship, and do not wish to eat the anchor also.' The author tells us: 'I myself heard the following ab surd blunder from the lips of an Eng...
[?]ke V. 'Possum. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
[?] HHPex fcmorilini^ry ' .'sigh t ;;,w;as i to b.b.4 witnessed ^ ^ during, 4ho -past} weelr^ hetir. ^arrkndi; For some days, and at any' rate, up till Thursday, there was to; be seen -hanging from a short jfpout of an ironbark tree, about 3 7 feet from the ground, a carpet snake S to 9 ft long, with a full ' grown 'possum in its mouth — both dead. The surmise, which is quite feasible, is that the snake went into the hol low spout after the 'possum, and having secured it a fierce struggle ensued ou the branch outside. In I the struggle, the snake, with its prey firmly secured — too firmly probably to relax its hold — slipped off the branch, to which it clung by a single coil only, and in consequence of the weight in its mouth, was unable to pull itself back, and in that position succumbed rather than risk the fall of nearly 40 feet. We hear that the 'possum and snake are still hanging in this deadly grip, and may do so for some days:—' Scone Advocate.'
BULLET FOR BURGLAR. A WOULD-BE THIEF TRACKED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
BULLET FOR BURGLAR, A WOULD-BE THIEF TRACKED. A remarkable story of a burglar's mis adventure was told at Thames Police Court on 1st November, when Richard Smith, aged thirty-four, a laborer, was charged with attempting to burglari ously enter 6 Grundy street, Poplar, be longing to Mr J. Hayloek, a boot manu facturer, of Leicester. The prosecutor's manager was aroused by hearing some one trying to effect an entry through the shutters of tho win dow of the room in which he had been sleeping. He fired twice to alarm the police, but, 'unfortunately, the prisoner stopped the bullet.' A police-sergeant, on examining the premises, found bullet holes through the shutters and window. There were four marks on the window frame, made by some Instrument, and there were blood stains on the roof of the workshop. He traced the blood stains ovor three differ ent roofs and over a wall which divided thc houses from the street. On the roof of the second house ho found a chisel, which fitted the marks ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
Mr Hay wood^^Becaust^fS^calfv ;. ?js'ift get. the first tnilk from the cow, ;wliich is its. natural food at birth, an^d J ? ? liecessiiry to put itg/s.tomacli' into' ?propor tone. The; danger of milk fever to 'the cow is-a'lso minimised ' Mr Miiiiurron thought there would a difllcnlty iu getting the calf to drink a»fter being so long with the 'cow, but Mr. Haywood pointed out that if the calf was deprived of food f6r about 14 hours, it would then usually drink readily. Mr P J Daley said he quite agreed with the author of the 'paper, and thought it was best both for the cow aud calf. Of course it would also be necessary to milk the cow regularly during tho three days, as che calf ?would not be able to consume all the xnilx. His own practice was to leave the naif on the cow for two or three days, and then leave it without food for twelve hours or so, and he found that there was little extra trouble in teaching it to drink Mr J. A Daley said that in the ? paper read nevt?in stated amou...
BISHOP AND BIBLE. A STRANGE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
BISHOP AND BIBLE. A STRANGE STATEMENT. The Now York correspondent of tho London 'Dally Mall,' writing on 1st Oc tober, is responslblo for the following: Bishop Charles D. Williams, of tho Episcopal diocese of Michigan, In ad dressing the members of tho Young Men's Christian Association at Detroit to-day, declared that the Bible was not the word of God, and thar teaching to sources of unbelief. He said that the Biblo nowhere de clares itself to be the word of God. yet we were told that we muat accept It In it entirety. But tho your.g man reading Genesis found It impossible in geology, astronomy, and ethnology, and the only assistance the Church was able to give was tho advice, 'maniputa e it until it fits the sciences.' Tho result was that the young man, if honest, must either abandon his belief or stultify his reason. 'The Bible,' said the Bishop 'needs a 'square deal.' When we represent It to bo the word ot God we use is like a heathen fetish,' ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
fa A. HOW, OP THE r Brunswick Emporium, WISHES one and all a Merry Xmas, and while so doing wishes to introduce a few Plum lines for the Festive Season. 25 Dozen Gent's Silk Ties. Your pick for 9d. Ladies Crash Skirts, 4s 6'd to 14s 6d, Good 'Wearers and well made. 3 Dozen Ladies ready to wear Straws at 2/6 Por One 'Week only. A Useful Present— -»~4 Drop Head Sewing Machine, The best value on the North Coast, £7 10s. Five Drawers. Our Fancy Department Is in full swing with all the newest in Neck 'Wear, Belts, Collars, Collarettes, Silk Ties, Plastrans, and Berthas. In fact the whole store is overflowing with Xmas and New Year Presents. Toys for the Children in Galore. f. ./Crow, [ The House for Values. Practical Bootmaking. Win. Plummer, BEING a thoroughly practical man, is prepared to make to order Boots of every Description, at the 'shortest notice. Repairs neatly and promptly executed. Charges moderate, and satisfaction can be relied upon. Address : Dalley-street (between Ben net...
THE GOVERNMENT AND THE NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
THE GOVERNMENT AND THE NAVY. Wc are no panic-mongers, and we. have never joined in the outcry for liloa-? ted armaments or for panic shipbuild ing, We feel bound, however, to say that If It should unhappily appear that the Government nre really determined to put a large number of battleships and cruisers out of commission, w hall bo forced,' though very reluctant! a join the ranks of those who declare uini the present Government cannot bo trusted to maintain the safety of the nation.- I 'Spectator.' . / \
Woman's Eight Marriages. SEARCH FOR AN IDEAL HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
Woman's Eiglit Marriages. SEARCH FOR AN IDEAL HUSBAND. ' To facilitate a divorce is to en courago matrimony ' — a piece of philosophy into -which.Mrs. le Page, a New York lady who has just married her eighth husband, erystal ises hot- experience in life. Five of her seven, former husbands are still ai ive, anu tncy nave just sum* a mes sage of encouragement to the now inonbenf. The other two have died. Mrs. le Page's liiaiden name was Mary Johnson, and sbo was. the daughter of Connecticut farmer. She was only 14 but well-grown for her age when she contracted 0 run-away marriage with a seuentoon-year old Dandbury clerk named William 'Wakenian. In accordance with the American custom of hyphenating family names, she became Mrs. Wm. Johnson- Wakeraan. It was a happy marriago for three days, and then her familp interferred, and the mar riago was annulled. Two years later, while in New York elevatod train, she met Mr, Harry Saunders, a rich contractor's son and a commercial . traveller. A...
South Coas[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
[?] Mr A;Four£hQiyof.KethorcCT(BBPI Eden, i cceivecFj i_elicq ue foi JS^TTb 4d from 32.£p0\vs-ten- ( ho- .moiith :-of. i November. .... Tho tribirfors ou the. old -Mount Gahan 1:11110 at, Pamtmla have siruck a new - lode, which promises very well. This . mine was. the original prospectors ciaim on tnc item, a iou of gold being taken out of it. Messrs Turnbull and Russell have' purcliiiKed tlio 'Berry Register,' and taken over the business Last week a spotted gum tree was put through a sawmill in tho Ulla dulla district, aud produced market able sawn timber amounting to £37 10s. A fatal accident occurred at tho Araluen races. At the finish of the last race, tho Forced Handicap, a dog ran across the tiack, and got be tween the legs (5f tho horse Eloquence (Mr. Boyd's), ridden by Michael Cc man, a lad about 16 years of age, who fell with his horse. The lad never spoke after being picked up and carried to the hotel, his skull being fractured, and he was also internally injured. He was a...