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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
R. 0. Church. Saturday, 12th. Jan., 1907.— Muilum- bimby. Catechism 11 a.m, Sunday, 13th., Mullumbimby, 8.45 a.m. ; Bangalow, 11.30 a.m, and 8 p.m Tuesday, 15th., Rosebank 9.30 a.m. (Mr. Williams'). Thursday, 17th., Clunos 9.30 a.m. (Mr. P. Maquiro's). Rev. M. P. Walsho.
Of Interest to Storekeepers. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
©ffinterest to Storekeepers. 'v.. — ' A Sydney warehouseman has sent the following circular letter to his counti'y clients,1, which, being of special interest to ntorokeepers, we have pleasure in reproducing :— ' I beg to call your attention to the Methylated Spirits Act which was passod by the Commonwealth T-o,.i; ion. a ? i I Atuiiumtuu uu VV/IUUCI OCVUlttl important clauses come into oper ation on January 1st, 1907, and it is well that storekeepers should bo in formed of the provisions of this Act, in order to guard themselves from the penalties for, tho infringement of tho same,' On and after tho 1st January, 1907, a person shall not have in his possession any articlo of food or drink, or any scent, essence, tincture, or medicino containing any methylated spirits. This docs not refor to veterinary remedies aild medicinal linimonts. Storekeepers having stocks of bayrum, lavender water, eau de cologno, smelling salts, fiavouriug essences, or cheap por fiimory only havo until tho e...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Byron Bay charge. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
Presbyterian Ciiurcii., Byron Bay charge. 1st Lord's Day Month — Mullumbim- by Hi Byron Bay 3, Springvale 7.30 2nd Lord's Day, do. — Myocum 11, Main Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 3rd Lord's Day. do. — Bangalow 11, Springvnie 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Lord's Day — My.ocum 11, Coora bell School of Arts 2, Mullumbiinby 7.30 ; Springvale (Mr Marshall, preach er), 2.30 6th Lord's Day — Myocum 11, Main Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.20 j Spring vale (Mr Marshall, proaclior) 7.30 Rov. Richard Dill Micky
Queensland Cotton. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
Queensland Cotton. Some time ago Mr. Thos. Cording ley forwarded to a friend at Bolton, in Lancashire, a sample of cotton grown under ordinary conditions at Towns ville, with a request that it ?should be submitted to an export for jupuru. ixu Jiua iuuciy-ju iiiu iujhjw ing reply: — 'I duly received the sample, and submitted it to a friend, Mr.' Ward, who had it ginned and reported upQn by an expert at Man chester. Ho says the cotton seed is a very good sort. The staple is long, and if of good quality would command always at least doublo tho price of ordinary fair American, and would fetch Is per lb. at present market prices. American cotton fell again to the lowest price it has ever attained, 3d per lb. This Queens land cotton would fetch at least tid per lb. The only fault is that it is not silky enough. It ib a bit harsh, which might be avoided in cultiva tion. If that was all right, it would command to-day Is 3d por lb, I have shown it to several other spin ners, all of whom say ...
Coach Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
?CoacM AcciistiK,.-; - Last Tuesday niglit tho incoming Tenterfield-Casino mail coach was overturned between Sandilands and Tabulam, but although the passen gers on board received pamt ul in juries aud wero much shaken, it is nlfitiNinf to know Hint the neeident was not attended by more serious consequences. It apjiears that the vehicle was going along at the usual pace when the horses suddenly swerved, owing to a eow which was lying near the road frightening them, and the coacii was capsized. The passengers were precipitated on to the roadway, and were more or less injured., Travelling on the coach were Rev. D. D. Carruthers, Mr. aud Mrs. Sid. French (Kyog'le) and their infant . daughter. Mr. Carruthers had the little finger of his right hand crushed, and he was otherwise bruised about. His injuries were very pain-, ful and caused him to faint several times. Mr. French received a lacer- ' ation on the' head and was consider- i ably bruised. Mrs. French had an arm dislocated at the ...
Cablegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
Cablegrams. General von der Launltz, Prefect of .St. Petersburg, was shot dead by an unknown assassin during the con secration of a now building The Terrorists in Lodz threaten to murder all resuming work, and, military being unavailable as guards, the banks threaten to close and_ de mand a moratorium Cotton manufacturers threaten to transfer their mills to the interior of Russia unless the workmen accept their conditions. The workmen re fuse. * The German 'Chancellors mani festo has satisfied only the Centre and Social Domocrats. The Radi cals suddenly demand concessions be fore joining a National Liberal 'bloc.' The German Conservatives - .are horrified at tho idea of Liberalise-. occupying the Centre's place as the most powerful of the party organisa tions. Mr Ernest Aves, a well-known authority on economics and sociology has been appointed an Imperial Com missioner to conduct inquiries into I progressive Australasian legislation Owing to recent earthquakes having altered the cur...
Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
Local and Oilier Items. Heat wave on Saturday and Sun day, the heat on the latter day being prostrating. # ' # If the mosquito disturbs your night's repose, get a bottlo of ' Mos quitoline '.at Turnbull's Pharmacy. ?# ?* We have received a wire from the National Concert Company, who were announced to play here to-night, that the concert has been indefinitely postponed. * Latest works of Art in Post Cards and Xmas Cards at T. McDou gall's. An inspection will satisfy you that thoy aro not to be excelled in Mullumbimby. # * Mr. Parrisii held a very successful sale of stock, at his yards, on Satur day last, when a good number changcd hands at high prices. * * ' The tender of Mr. S. Reid (Casino) at £454, has beon accepted for the construction of a bridge over Rocky Creok, road Lismore to Dunoon. * # '' Robo' made his raaidon effort as an auctioneer on Saturday, at the drapery said at Mr. Jas. Parrish's auction mart. Ho shaped well for a colt, and gives promise of making a good salesman....
ARTISTS' BAD TIMES. CRAZE FOR OLD MASTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
ARTISTS' BAD TIMES. CRAZE FOR OLD MASTERS. ' For the last two or three years artists have been going through a ? very bad time,' said a solicitor re presenting Mi- Robert Walker Mac beth, R.A., who was sued recently in the Brompton County Court on a judgment summons by Messrs Chap man, picture framcrs, for a debt of L20. At his residence in rortsciown roan Mr Macbeth talked freely regarding the present state of tho art market. ' It is perfectly true,' ho said; ' that many artists of all grades ai'o at present in terrible straits, and it is high time something was done to remedy this state of affairs. People ask me why I don't hold an exhibi tion. Is it worth it ? Perhaps dur ing tho whole exhibition I soil six pictures, and of tho money received the owner of the gallery has 25 per cent., and out of the balance I should have nothing loft by the time the frames of the who,e collection had been paid for. It is all right for the owner of the gallery ; he gets tho shillings paid for admi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
GREAT ' Clearing-out Sale, AT CRABBE'S CREEK. Champioi? Dairy Herd. Thursday, tOtli Jan., J 907 AS. PARRISH (in conjunction with -tr P. Smith & Son) has received in structions from H. Ringland, Esq., to sell by public auction, 011 tho Farm, at Crabbc's Creclc, 011 the above date, the whole of his magnificent and well selected Dairy Herd and Effects, comprising — . 40 A1 young Dairy Cows, in full milk 26 Springers 30 Poddies 3 Dairy Bulls 9 Store pigs, 3 Breeding Sows, 1 Boar ' 100 Gallon Alfa Separator, 7 cream Cans 60 Gallon Milk Vat 1 Spring-cart and Harness 1 Buggy Horse, 1 Saddle Hcrse 2 Blood Mares, with foal at foot ' ? 1 Sulky and Harness. ' 1 Set Leading Harness Auctioneer's Note. — Having inspected - Ihe above cattle, I can with full confi ? ? donee recommend them as a very super ior lot, and nearly all on first and second calf ; so those in search of first class dairy Gatllo can rest assured they can got them at this sale. Also, for Private Sale, his choice Dairy F...
Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 1st Sunday of Month — Byron Bay 8 a.m. (h.c.), Myocum 10.30, Billi nudgel 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 Byron Bay Parish Servicos. 2nd Sunday — Bangalow 11, (H,G) 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 (n.c.), Cooper's Shoot 2.30, Bangalow 7.30 ?Rov A, W. Coates
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
P. S. POOLMAN, Dental Surgeon, (Successor to Mr P. W. Gaggh), Can bo consulted at his NEW SUR GERY, near Presbyterian Church H. W. Weigall, J - Solicitor, AND Commissioner for Affidavits. Mullumbimby & Bangalow. ATTENDS at Bangalow every Wed nesday, where he may be consulted I at Garvey's Hotel, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Excursion to Brunswick Heads, By s. s. ' BRUNSWICK' on SUNDAY, January 13th, leaving foot of Dalloy-streot at 9 a.m., returning at 5 p.m. Beturu Fares — Adults 2s. children Is. THOS. LOGAN, Proprietor. ^ Notice. TENDERS aro invited for the Erec tion of a Brick Church at Mullum bimby, closing on 1st February. Plans and specifications may be seen at With ford's Court House Hotel, Mullumbimby. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. *? REV. M. P. WALSHE, Bangalow, ^ Tenders. FRESH TENDERS are invited for the erection and completion (labor only) of cottage in Mullum bimby. Plans and specifications at Da kin Bros; architects,. Tenders close with the undersign...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
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"FESTIVAL OF BRIGHT EYES." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
'FESTIVAL OF BRIGHT EYES.' The ' Festival of Bright Eyes'' in thc City of Tsichou is a gala timo for everybody, and thousands of peo plo attend, a l«'gc number of whom worship all the gods in tho temple, sixty-five in number, but more cspec.i 'ally' the Goddess of Bright Eyes'-V This is a small gut iaoi wnicn is supposed to havo power to prevent or euro eyo diseases. The worship-^^^^H pers burn candles and inconse tho idol and kowtow before paper spectacles are burnt ings. Somo who havo adorn tho ' West China Mifisionar^^^^^^J^^JJ
A Post-puller. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
A Post-puller. Take a sound hard board and cut two pieces 22 in. long; taper one side of earn at one end; then cut another 24 In. long for base, and fasten all together In tri angle form. Cut a. piece wedge shape, and fasten inside the point of trianglo with nails. This triangle is intended for a fulcrum. Take a lever 7ft long, and make a notch 18 in. from end to work over point of triangle; fasten a chain to short end with circle, and hook the other end to go round post near sur- 1 face' of ground. One or two men' can pull posts from light -coll as fast as they can hitch the chain.
Latest Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
Latest Telegrams. It is stated in Federal Labor cir cles that the Deacon Governmeut is likely to remain in office for another three years. The police raided a supposed Chin ese gambling den in Pitt-street and arrested several Chinese. Premises at Camperdown, occupied by the Williams Meat Preserving Company have been totally destroyed by fire. The damage is estimated at between £4,000 and £5,000. Sixty more British immigrants are' duo . to arrive in Sydney next week. Mr. Schey, tho Chief Labor Com missioner, in his monthly report, says there is now enough work for all. He predicts a bright future, ? and states that' the past year was the best for twenty years from a labour point of view. Violent earth ' tremors have been recorded by the seismograph at the Perth Observatory (W.A.). The breakage of a water main at Bendigo has caused the stoppage of work at some of the mines, as a result of which a thousand men are idle. About. 2,000 men have resumed work at the building trades in Mel b...
When to Cut Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
Wlicn to Cut Wheat. ine proper time to cut wheat and other cereals Is Immediately after their grai.'-- has been fully matured. When the green color of the straw, just below the ? head changes to yellow, then the grain, be it ripe or unripe at the time, cannot afterwards be more fully developed. It Is evident that the final act of vegetation is tne production or seea ana after „ the performance of this function many plants perish. Wheat is an an nual plant and has but a year's exist ence. Consequently its i^velopnient ceases as soon as it has ^^luced its seed. When wheat, oats, or other cereals attain this final point In their growth, the circulation of their sap ceases, their color changes from green to yellow, and I they undergo certain changes which de stroy their power of assimilating mineral matter, and consequently render them incapable longer to Increase their weight. \ When the vital processes, which are incessantly going on in the growing plants, are brought to a close, the ...
Mistaken Identity. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
Mistaken Identity, knottier remarkable case of iden tity has cropped up in Sydney. On Sunday morning a man was found unconscious in the street, and died in Sydney Hospital. The police had descriptions of the deceased nnVili k1ip-L ani3 aR n. resnlt a nun identified the remains as those of John M'Donald Brown, aged 61 years who resided in Crown-street, Wool loomooloo. Mrs. Brown, too, was confident that the dead man was her husband. A number of others were equally positive that it was John Brown who was dead, aud the body was placed in a coffin, and ready for burial; On Monday night, however, it was all found to be a clear caso of mis taken identity, for tho ' dead man ' | was discovered alive and well in his lodgings, This was when Mrs. Brown went with the police to take possession of his effects. The question of who the dead man was not solved till Wednesday afternoon, when Mr. Trible, of Philip-street, called at the Detectivc Office, and re ported that Frederick Ernest G'rono had ...
Agricultural Instruction Train. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907
Agricultural Instruction Train. vSi A popular means of imparting ppecial \.f~. information oh agricultural subjects - adopted in tho United States, is the in struction train. A train is fitted up ?jvith compartments to hold various seeds and other products of the soil, and it is run through the farming districts. At each «V.a f T-n In Id ch, , r. tnrl tho people are invited to come and listen to lectures. The scheme Js novel enough to attract an audience, while it repre sents on easy means of conveying from ^ place to place the specimens required enable a lecturer to describe the ence between new and old systems, afcC/V' to lay before farmers the virtues of tfei'i .. best varieties. It is probably more ful than the system of erecting displaMj;#?^ at the shows of the best things raiswr^-; - on the State farms. Lecturing at agri cultural shows Is difficult to manage, be cause the people are out to see what is to be seen, and they will not wait to hear the most interesting discourse. O...