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HOW HE FELT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

HOW HE FELT. George Ado, automobillng In Indiana, dined ] ot a country hotel among a roomful of minis ters. The ministers, who wero holding a conven tion in the town, wero much amused when Ade's identity hvas disclosed* to them. ' One of the them said during the^dinncr:— 'How does a humorist of your stamp feol, sir, in such reverend company as this?' 'I feel,' said Mr Ado promptly, 'llko a lion In & den of DanlolB.'

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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THE FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

THE FLOWER GARDEN. Summer bedding in tho flower gar den should now be finished, and if all the tender plants and tho late an nuals are in thoir flowering quarters, tho garden should bo cleared up, and mado tidy without delay. The plants that havo boon recently set out chnillrl lw w+ltr Tv.ilnnvl imf.il they aro well rooted and fairly estab lished in tho now bods. Tho water, it should be remembered, will cause a crust to form on thc surface of tho beds, and this must bo broken down by tie frequent use of tho hoc. An important operation' at tho present 'time, and ono that v.'ill give good effects later ou, is that of staking. This work should be done as neatly afi possible, and it rvpplios to all plants that aro brittle, and aro like ly to be snapped off by storms and wind. All tall-growing herbaceous plants are likoly to suffer by being knocked about with the weather, and they must bo secured before they have made too much growth. Gladi oli are also apt to be injurod Ly tho winds, an...

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THE HUMOR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

THE HUMbn,,. V '?# But do you think you could do thTcOok Ing for two? ? 'Oh, that is all right; mother, ?will do tho cooUlcg,' Fido: I bollovo I was born under tho 'dog' star. Carlo: Just what ono would expect - from' a ekyo terrier. j Ho (bashfully): I'm— or— going to kiss you when I go. Sho: Well, hero's your hat — but what's your hurry? | Teacher: What well-known animal supplies you with food nnd clothing? LltUo Girl (after Bomo thought): Pathor. I Howell: Rowell always has some throat troubJe. Powell: It's orobably hcredltary;'hia great-grandfather was hanged. 1 Mistress: Did tho mustard plaster do you ' any good, Bridget? Maid: Yes; but, by gorry, I mum, ut do bito tho tongue. j Ho: It Is true I am poor, but then wealth is n great care. She: Well, I shall expect moro or less caro from tho man I marry. j Tho Major: Do you llko a high too when you're playing golf? Billlo Guzzle: I llko o j high tea after I've been playing golf. Big Sister: Yes,, Willie, you may dlvldo tho applo, ...

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[?]OF UNDISCIPLINE. [?] G. WELLS ON AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

[?] I^PiBTOrTwil^^p^AMEaciCA. 4Br-;'G. ? O. Wells recently .vMted. i America, and his lmpreaslons are p£cor- '' dedv inva wondrefully vivid seriesS pub- Jtt Iished under the . title of 'The Future' in America,''. of which tlio ''Daily Mall'^je : vie wfeiv' writes as under:^ To enable the reader to value his. judg-^^M men-ts with .imurwnv Mr WeJI.q in a few preliminary pageg^ ol^ mental autobiography. One remembers a witty critic once drawing attention to the fact that Mr Wells has a tendency to do his mental spring-cleaning in public, but It is a fashionable tendency in these days, and Mr Wells sins, If Binning it be, with Mr Bernard ? sftaw, and even with Mr Bran des. Mir Wells Is a prophet, the 'Old Moore' of literature. The future, not the pres ent, enthralls him. Ho says: — 'I am curiously not Interested in things and curiously interested in the consequences of things. I wouldn't for the world go to see the United States for what they are— if I had sound rea son for supposing th...

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MR. SHAW ON THE BOOK WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

MR SHAW ON THE BOOK WAR. Mr Kipling's idea Is that Mr Moberly ! Bell will gradually ruin all the book sellers, extinguish all the libraries, and ' buy up all tho newspapers in England, until at last' there is no other publisher or bookseller In London; aud that then T ultoU lui nf his -mpvpv. On - ho rnn trary, then he- will lie at mine. For I, and Mr Kipling, and Mr Wells, and Mi Hall Caine, and Miss Corelli, compac ted in the Society of Authors, will threaten to open our own shop nnd manufacture and sell our own books. And when Mr Moberly Bell asks the public to boycott us for the sake of his beautiful eyes — and for the life of me I cannot see what more he could do— we shall abide the.. reply of the public with perfect composure.— G. B. Shaw, in the 'Times.' ? j

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HE HAD CERTAINLY MET HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

HE HAD CERTAINLY MET HIM. A traveller going to New Zealand was asked by a friend if he would inquire, while there, as to the whereabouts of the friend's grandfather. .Te-remlah Thomp son. 'Certuinly,' said the traveller, and wherever he went lie asked for news of 11 ? ? nunll fltin day he was Introduced to a line old Maori of advanced age. 'Bid you ever meet with an Englishman named Jere miah Thompson?' lie asked. A smile , passed over the Maori's face. 'Meet him?' he repeated. 'Why, Late him!' I I ? ? ' 1 ' j ' . Passer : Boy, what clo you call your dog? Percy; 'Fends on wot humor I'm la.

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QUAINT SUPERSTITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

QUAINT SUPERSTITIONS. There have been many quaint super stitions associated with Christmas in all ages and centuries of the world. JThe old English peasantry believed that evil spi rits, losing all power at the approach of Christmas, dared not venture abroad during the Christmas season, and that the cocks crew for joy all night long. (.Vino oiinfloo ,tn thla ctiner stition:— _ 'Ever 'gainst that season comes Wherein our Saviour's birth is cele brated, The bird of dawning singeth all night long. And then, they say, no spirit dare stir abroad; The nights are wholesome: then- no planet strikes. No fairy takes, ho witch hath power to ciharm, So hallowed and so gracious Is the time.' In the county of Devon it was a popu lar belief that the oxen fall upon their knees at midnight on Christmas Eve, as the ox and ass in the stable of Bethle hem are said to have done when the in fant Jesus was born; while the Swedish peasantry believe that the men of the far north change to wolves on Christ m...

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SAFE SUBMARINE. ESCAPE FOR CREW. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

SAFE SUBMARINE. ESCAPE FOR CREW. Mr Henry Middlebon, a London Inven tor, has patented a submarine from whlh it appears possible for the crew to escape If tho machinery should get out of order while the boat is-at the bottom of the sea. The conning tower is a detachable compartment, which can bo separated It is lighter than water, so that, when detached, it rises to the f/rface, and Its top, projecting above the water, becomes visible to rescuers. The inventor claims also for his boat that it can be submerged quicker than the present type of submarines. Tho craft has two pairs of fins at the sides, worked by electricity. 'They act,' said Mr Mlddleton to an 'Express' representative, 'like the fins of a fish In propelling the boat, while, according as they are Inclined up or down, they caus» the vessel to sink or rise. 'A largo crew is not necessary. All the work can be done by ono man, who stands at a table on which are several levers. Ho directs the movements of the submarine by turn...

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WAR AGAINST BRIDGE. A YOUNG GIRL'S LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

WAR AGAINST BRIDGE. A YOUNG GIRL'S LOSSES. . From New York on 15th October tho correspondent of the London 'Daily Mail' wrote: — Mr Justice Shuster's decision on Satur day condemning a hostess to pay a fine on the ground that her bridge party violated an ancient anti-gambling law has plunged society at Beaver Falls Pennsylvania, into a struggle which has all the bitterness of civil war. Mrs Bronson, who instituted the pro [ ceedings, Is a leader in the church and missionary circles of the community in which Mr Justice Shuster is also promi nent. Their friends and supporters used the. religious services yesterday to pro claim their triumph and rejoice in the discomfiture of the forces of evil. Spe cial prayers of thanksgiving were said at one church, and the crusaders wero urged to continue the good work until every house where abridge is played has been Indicted. Mrs Bronson, who has received hun dreds of congratulatory telegrams 'and letters from all parts of the country, states th...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

THS: LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. Baked Rhubarb Pudding. — Required : Bunch of pink rhubarb, white bread crumbs, brown sugar, half an ounce ot butter. Butter a pie-dish and cover tho bottom of it with a layer of white bread crumbs. Then place a -layer ot rhu barb cut into pieces one inch long, and scatter a teasnoonful of moist suear over all. Fill the dish with alternate layers ot breadcrumbs and rhu barb, not forgetting the sugar. The last layer ' must be bread crumbs. Scattel- some little bits of butter on the topi and bake in a mod- | erate oven for an hour. Kidney Soup. — Required : Three sheep's kidneys, half an ounce of but ter, chopped parsley, squeeze of lemon juice, one quart of clear stock, pepper j and salt, some carrot and celery. Skin the kidneys carefully have half an ounce of butter in a frying pan, and when it Is quite boiling cook the kidney for a min ute or two, scatter chopped parsley over them, add. a squeeze of lemon-juice, drain, and cut into slices with a sha...

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SENSITIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

SENSITIVE. At an exhibition of Christmas live stock a portly old gentleman , remarked to one of the men In charge of the de partment: ? 'You don't call this the 'fat stock show' any more, it seems?' 'No,' replied tne otner. ' it. 'a quality that counts with us now, and not quan tity. You ;can put fat on any kind of an anlmaT, and after it's all done he's nothing but a big , fat- — I— I— I bee pardon, sir! 1— I— hadn't notlp-- — I didn't mean'J — / The portly old gentleman hita oegun to turn red, and tho attempted apology , only made the matter worse. After an Ineffectual effort to express himself ho waddled on, in speechless indlg-natlaa.

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ROYAL BABE'S FATE. PRINCESS TO BE A NUN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

ROYAL BABE'S FATE. PRINCESS TO BE A NUN. I From Nuremberg, on 21st October, theH correspondent of the 'Dai|y Mail'® wrote:— \ I 'It has been finally decided that the® Princess Monica Pia, the baby daughter® of the Countess Montignoso, formeiB wife of the King of Saxony, will not befl brought to tiie saxon uouri. xue prinj cess is to be brought up in an 'old Bal variau Catholic family which stands ill near relationship to the Dresden Court. She Is to be trained In the strictest pos sible manner, and is to take the veil as a nun os soon as is practicable. The 'Fraenkischer Kurier,' comment ing on this intelligence, says: 'This step is nothing more nor less than a brutal piece of cruelty. It is a shameful in justice to make this child pay the penalty of the mother's fault by ruining her whole life. The Countess Montig lioso will have, the nation's entire sym pathy if she fights with every means In lier' power to preserve tho child's natural right t&] Choose its manner of life w...

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SHOULD NURSES DANCE? A HOSPITAL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

SHOULD NURSES DANCE? A HOSPITAL QUESTION.' When Mr Kendall, M.P., lor Thorn- I bury, asked Mr Haldane in the Hous^Jbf I Commons to explain why the nurses at ] Netley Hospital are not permitted to | take part in the dances the Secretary for _ War replied by asking Mr Rendall to I postpone his question for a week, 'bo- I cause,' he said, 'I am looking personally I Into the amusements of these nurses.' I Meantime, Mr Kendall's efforts to' re- , move tho restrictions placed upon them are rather resented by the nurses them selves. , 'A lot of fuss is being made about no thing,' said a nurse at Netley Hospital to an 'Express' representative the other day. 'Tho regulation, which was made some years ago, forbids us to attend bails, but we may go to private dances. There is no restriction on that form of amusement. 'The reason for the regulation is quite obvious to me iand the other sisters. We could not be out till three or four o'clock in the morning, and then discharge oui responsible and...

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The ...Trail of the Serpent... BOOK THIS FOURTH. CHAPTER I.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

Trail of the Serpent...^ By ax. n. bha-ddow. BOOK THE FOURTH. CHAPTER I. — {Continued.) . ?' Wall,' said the boy from Slopper ton, as tbe doctor closed the door be hind bim, ' that 'ere medical officer's a regular briok ; and all 1 enn say is to reptat liis last words — which ought to be printed in gold loiters a foot high — and those words is — ' Keep up your spirits, general.' ' CHAPTER n. Mb. Augustus Darkey and Mr. Joseph Peters oo out Fishing. A long period of incessant rains had by no nn'ims improved the natural beaulies of the Sloshy ; nor luid it in any manner enhanced the advantages attending a residence on the banks of that river. The occupants of the houses by the waterside were in the habit of going to sleep at night with a firm conviction that the lower por tion of their tenement was a comfort able kitchen, and awakening in the morning wero apt to find it a minia ture lake. Then, again, the river had a knack of dropping in at odd times, in a friendly way, when least exp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

Cart _ Is the most up-to-date and durable machine made. Has repeatedly defeated all well-known machines in field trials. Used and recommended by th* largest landholders. Recent improvements place it far ahead of competitors, HIOKB' FIRE FIGHTERS, PREPARE FOS EMERGENCIES. n Hicks' Bwsla JFii?© CaB?ta Ehould b» on every holding. Fitted with springs for fast travelling. Light, ? strong and durable. ? ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST FORWARDED PROUPTLY ON APPLICATION. I. H. HICKS, =S. High St., Worth Botany, SYDNEY ' _ ''a' ^SsT* SOIT! | 7^®* | Thfn»r? Ol m LB ' 1 \ \w / ffiS- 2-8UI8EA i j 1 \ M C*3f / / SUITS T0 I I Mlk fpl / 'MEASURE I I ' 1 Jp | V^/Vf Moiln to You. i ( {[ C \ f Tho Guinea brings you a H I /I \ 7 s I la better Suit from v Lowe's II I / | ^/jt ft M l^an Three Gulnoas from h / S /Jq J\ yk elsewhere. Thousands have Eg ? P {f\ already learned this by prac* g * I lica^ experience. Ar# you 13 I iu tbe know? g , ? Lowo'i Tailoring Is the g Wo put tho NEW CONCAVE SHOULDER utcome of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

s ^ 'J? ?- * ? ? V -' ?', nS'- - - W R J .STE - . , ?? _ ;' .:, ' '^ ' 1 .:^ :- ?? ';'''. '-' j£*^ . \Fiu-: uYT^3r-.fof^^H-;it;pnt smd-; 1 Wc ara making ^ ®-' *amples ®r®,ir *«*. S'tt8 ,0 ' J specialty of 63s *- Order. 'y Snits.to Order, and want to send-you' '????'?? i' a patterns to show you the nanasorae- . , 'ftame j Thefabrics &re the very newest, and I? I tho cutting is done by. experti. - j In every respect these garments are Address ? ? ? ; I tho work of high-class tailors. I Kii^in and send the form to-day. I Paanao JPi Pn I id,- M-?n'° ond Boys' Outfitters, I rcdfJKb 0t U». I . '309-311 GEORGE ST., SYOHEY. SIJHUCHI ^ LAUNDRY SOAP WW you hnr« pro red the value of Sunlight Soap you will be equally sitirded If jrou try Monkey Brand for scouring metal, woodwork and kitchen sinks. THE ROCKDALE COLLEGE la obarmlngly In its own grounds o* 18 iiMes, on tK heights of Roakdftle, Sydney, overlooking Ii*dy RobJnson'i Bo*ob, Ssns Souol, BoUny Bay, the Heads and the Oooan. All l...

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THE TWO LORDS. MAYOR AND CHANCELLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

I TIIE TWO LORDS. !? / MAYOR AND CHANCELLOR. Tho Lord Mayor-elect, Sir William / I'urdie Treloar, accompanied by tho Sheriffs, and at. tended by the chief officials, drove in State to the -'.-^j^H^nse of Lords this morning (re . ' ported tho Westminster Gazette' of 24th October) for the purpose of re ceiving at the hands of the Lord Chancellor an assurance of tho King's approval of his selection for HIV -Uil.L, J.^ LI Ul UUU U1I.J the coming municipal year. Tho civic party, which included the Recorder of London (Sir Forrest Fulton, K.C.), tho Common Ser geant- (Sir Bosauquot, IC.C.), Judge | Lumley Smith, K.C. (of the City of Lo nf in Court), tho City Chambcr . lain (Sir Joseph Uimsdale), tho City's Solicitor (Sir Homewood Crawford), and several aldermen arrived at the peer's entrance short ly before 11.15, and, forming in pro cession, made their way to tho Prince's Chamber. Tho Lord Great Chamberlain was represented at the ensuing ceremony by Captain Butler. On the entry of thc Lor...

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SHORT FIRE ESCAPES. THIRTY VICTIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

SHORT FIRE ESCAPES. THIRTY VICTIMS. TOHHM|M0aM|MU£lment bulld Ore ng In families, nunOvjiiug 200 persons in oil, were sleeping. . They wero awakened to find escape by the lift and staircase .already impos sible. Tho flames, which broke out on tho first floor, mounted rapidly upwards, driving the frantic people before them story by story to the roof. There hud dled a terror-stricken crowd of men, women, and children awaiting rescue. When the escapes arrived the horrible discovery was made that they were not long enough to reach the roof. Terrible scenes followed, as men, realising that it was the only hope, seized their wives and children and threw them from the parapet into the street below. The frightened women resisted with all their might, and desperate struggles ensued. It was more like murder being done than life-saving. Sftmn \r Am pnnMif In Hip 'lilmnlm? sheets,' some dashed to instant death, and over fifty badly hurt in falling. When tho flames attacked the roof there were s...

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A HOTEL FIRE. A HOTEL FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

i A HOTEL FIRE. A HOTEL FIRE. According to the Bordeaux correspon dent of the London 'Daily Mall,' writ ing on 21st September, scenes of wild ex citement were witnessed in the early hours ot that morning, when the Grand Hotel at Arcachon was totally destroyed by fire. The alarm was given by an English guest, who ran throrgh the corridors and aroused the sleeping inmates. There was a rush to the main staircase, but this was found to bo in flanks. The terrified guests, _clad only in their night garments,, stampeded for the servants' |n^0rcase, by which they reached the ^^natreceptlon-room. ^^^?w.oors were found to be locked, up the staircase was impos Arc was getting nearer The whole building was from the flames and a smashing the guests of garments, the guests, many o£ whom were women, watched a high breeze fan the flames. Nearly all of them lost the whole of their luggage, and are now destitute as far as clothes are concerned. Tho damage is estimated at L40.000, all of which is cove...

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GERMAN SUFFRAGETTES. WILL RAID THE REICHSTAG. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 10 January 1907

GERMAN SUFFRAGETTES. wtt.t, RAID THE REICHSTAG. Tho Berlin correspondent of 'The Pally Mail' wrote, on 1st Octobcr:— While their British sisters are lan guishing iu prison for disturbing the peace of the House of Commons, the German Suffragettes are considering the nuestion of emulating their martyrdom by 'storming' the Reichstag. State ments to this effect were made to me to-day by Frau Minna, Cauer, president of the 'Frauenwohi,' the leading Suffra gette organisation in the Fatherland. Frau Cauer has written to Mrs Monte fiorc for an authentic account of the London Suffragettes' experiences. If a sufficient number of represen tative Germnn women will agree to fol low her, she is ready to scale the heights of the Kaiser's parliamen tary citadel at the earliest possible moment. Frau Cauey, who glories iu the fact that she linU frequently been fined for asserting women's rights, said : 'Something heroic is necessary to call attention to the slavish condition of German women, aud the ...

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