ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Mullumbimby Star Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 76,720 items from Mullumbimby Star, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
76,720 results
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 17 January 1907

B&BHgHHHHHHir . ' 'v: a -NAME HERE. -# H|HUHjH^^HHHpP ? - '\ l Hj^H^HRHBHBI^^HHI^^HI^^i fill and nn^HnHBP^ «^|f post to us, and. we will send you ramHnHKi^ &-W ® tuples oi our 638. Suits to H^9HK99kF638. Order. ^?BRh»I9? 1 5 t0 show you the handsome ^^?HHKs. Name ? iiniiiiiniiininuiniuinniiiimiiiiimii. cutting is.done by experts. . Kj^HH'ln every respect these garments are Address ? ? ? H9Hp tha work of high-class tailors. - Fill in-and send the form to-day. W Pottnoo Si Pn ltd. W»n'» and Boys' O tfltters, W rCdfJGb Oi UU. L 309-311 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. SuSHf ^ LAUNDRY SOAP When yoo have proved the rslue of Sunlight Soap you will be equally satisfied If yoo try Monkey Brand for scouring metal, woodwork and kitchen sinks. THB ROCKDA^LB COLLEGE ia charmingly situated In its own ^ark-H gr^un^ aore^ th. heights of Rookdale, Sydney, overlooking Lady Robinson's Beaob, Sam 8oaoi, Botany Bay; the Hoads and the Ooean. All subjects are taught by Exper)*noed Masters. The boys at...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 17 January 1907

? Cart Is the most up-to-date and durable m&china mado. Has repeatedly defeated all well-known machines in field trials. Used and reoomraendad by the largest landholders. Recent improvements place it far ahead of competitors. HIGK8' FIRE FIGHTERS. PRKPARK FOR EMERGENCIES. Hicks' EJtxsli ITihs?© Carta Should b« on every holding. Fitted with springs for fast travelling.' Light, ? ? : ? — ? -? strong and durable. ? : ? r ? ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST FORWARDED PROMPTLY OS APPLICATION. T.H. HICKS, =S!. High St., North Botany, SYDNEY #-!2s. for a 63s. SUIT! | ? ^ —-Sfe. I Thfl®,heat C-^l C\ n L0WE s ? I\ vf^ f ® MBlia \ JM ? |*J)/ / SUITS TO \pj / MEASURE | i j | Mean to You. j fl \ J /a Tyf® fluinoa§ brlnji you a R /I \ 7 / / better Suit from Lowe's H / I / M 5m t^an Thrsa Guinoas from ? / S Jk 1 A elsewhere. Thousands have H * % ** already learned this by prac1 B ' I t-ca' experience. Ara you H ? ? ? . ' Lowe'i Tailoring It the H W« put tho NEW OO^iuAV'iL SHOULDER outcomo of the mos...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The ...Trail of the Serpent... BOOK THE FOURTH. CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 17 January 1907

.. .Trail of the Serpent... By 3VE. 33. BHAD330BT. BOOK THE FOURTH. CHAPTER III. —(Continued.) I cannot venture to Bay whether or not the vegetable oreation may have some mysterious sympathy with animated nature ; but cortainly no trees, shrubs, flowers, grass, or weeds ever grew like the trees, shrubs, flowers, grass, and weeds in thegrounds of tho county lunatic asylum. -From the gnuntelm, whichstretched out two great rugged arms, as if in a wild imprecation, such as might come from the hps of some human victim of the worst form of insanity, to the frivolous chickweed in a corner of a gravel-walk, which grew as if not a root, or leaf, oriibre but had a different purpose to its fellow, and iiew oil at its own peculiar tangent, with an infantine and kittenish madness, such as migiit have afflicted a love-sick miss of seven teen ; from the great melancholy mad laurel-bushes that rocked themselves to and fro in the wind with a restless ness known only to the insane, to the eccentric d...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KAISER'S CORN. A ROHAN TROD ON IT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 17 January 1907

THE KAISER'S CORN. A ROHAN TROD ON IT. I I, boat' from Berlin that (he Kaiser'? ' ! irritability Lis on tho increase. Atjieart lie 'is -really: one of ( lie kindliest- 6C* men, i bul 'lie has moods of irritrfiMlity, and, In one of these nioniJis, easily takes offence, i Some. ycnr.H ago a Prince Rohan, who was iiyO'sqnt at ' the Stale ball in Berlin 1 grievously put his foot, iu it. as it , were. ivi i.nu uiiu ol a tinuce, in siepping uncK wardsl ho trod upon someone's foot. i Turning, with a bow and profound apology lie .encountered the elevated eyebrows and stony glare of the Ivaisor. His Majesty, without a word, passed on. lwivfngUhe young Prince feeling ex ceedingly small. Everyone remembers the proud motto of the Rohans— 'With its King I cannot be; Duke I will not Iw, Rohan je suls' ; nnd it was a long time before the family pride of the par ticular Rohan was suflicicutly mollified to induce him to attend another Prus sian Court. function.— 'P.T.O.'

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MYTHICAL FORTUNE. CLAIMANT REALISES L60,000. CLEVER SWINDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 17 January 1907

A MYTHICAL FORTUNE. ??? CLAIM A.N T REALISES LGO.OOO CLEVER SWINDLE. ? : Half the -people of Montreal ?'are .laugh- J ing at the other half who have been cleverly victimised by a bogus lteu'enant in the German army named Kail Cte nior. ;';',-y..v;i . Crcmcr appeared suddenly in Montreal; ! and . announced that he had inherited L-i (10,000. on 'the death of his father. 1-Ie arranged wth a Montreal bank to trans fer the fortune from Germany anl to ;re'-iriyest it in Canadian securities. , . Cremer was immediately besieged by ? tradespeople, estate- agents, motor car ragents, picture dealers, and hpvse breeders, and importuned for 'orders.' They got orders to tho extent of LCO.OCO. Montreal society welcomed the 'lieu- ? tenant' with open arms, and the an 'nouncement of his engagement to the daughter of a wealthy resident caused . great' envy in -a number, of : fimilies. ? | .?Cremer oven secured .cash 'advances from a numbei of mei chants to whom ?He -explained that '-'the '-transfer. ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KILLED BY SLEUTH HOUNDS. A ROY'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 17 January 1907

KILLED BY SLEUTH HOUNDS. A BOY'S STORY. A sad occurrence look place recently, according to a Tilsit newspaper, near K.imptpa wilkcn, a lone village on the Russian- border. In the dead of night four big hounds, kept as watchdogs by the couple of frontier guards stationed there, suddenly became wildly excited, a ncl tore away towards a neighboring lorest, ri'om which presently snrieiis ot terror were heard. Tho guards, think ing of smugglers, hurried to tho scene, where they found a man lying dead with his throat bitten through nnd his clothes torn to shreds by the savage dogs, which, furiously barking, sur rounded a tree on which a hoy of about 13 had sought refuge. After the dogs had been securely chained,. the lad was got down, but im mediately; ;fainted owing to loss of blood; lie, too, having been severely bit ten.' On recovering consciousness, the boy told the officials that lie and his lather, Ivan Nichinsky, of Mitau, had been oil a visit to Koeuigsberg, where they had bought ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARIS DIVORCE SUIT. AMERICAN HEIRESS'S HUSBAND [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 17 January 1907

PARIS DIVORCE SUIT. AMERICAN HEIRESS'S HUSBAND ?Lioyci s weekly reports that in the First Chamber of the Civil Tri bunal in Paris on Wednesday, 30Ui October, the hearing, was begun of the action for divorce brought on statutory grounds by the Countess ' Boni da Castetlanc (bom Annie Guild, dalle-lifer nf Hi.. ...;i lionaire, Jay Could) against her husband. Count Boni de Castellane was accused of misconduct in no fewer than fourteen different eases, many of the co-respondents being well known in Parisian society. It is asserted that ho purchased luxuri ous dresses for these women out of the immense fortune which his wifu brought him at their nmrriagp. One day, said the plaintiffs lawyer, in 1895, tho count pinched his wife until the blood came. On another occasion he boxed her ears severely, and he grew more and more violent as time wen',, on. Ho kept up no fewer than five flats in differ ent parts of Paris, besides a little villa at Neuilly, in all of which he carried on his gallant...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAN AND WOMAN OF FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 17 January 1907

MAN AND WOMAN OF FUTURE. I In thousands and thousands of years, perhaps at tho cost of infinite toll and j suffering, conditions arc to be better and the human type improved and developed. In that case the man and tho woman will 1 have now needs and longings as well as new capacities ana periections, ana will be Infinitely more sensitive, quicker to respond In every direction; therefore : the tragedy of the affections, the agony ? ot sympathy, will grow well-nigh un i bearable. — Mrs Mona Catrd, in the j 'Monthly Review.' I ' Vaguo ideas prevail ns to the present development of long-distance telephony. The lady who called at the York Ex change cull otlice and modestly re quested 'to telephone a few words to It'dia' had, we regret to say, to he sent empty away,— 'NatiouaJ Telephone Journal.'

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNDERGROUND DUEL. FIGHT FOR A WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 17 January 1907

UNDERGROUND DUEL. FIGHT FOR A WOMAN. From New York, on 31st October, the correspondent) of 'the 'Daily Mail' wrote: — Under the strangest circumstances of 'place and conditions In which a duel hag ever been held, two workmen fought to the death for a woman's sake in New . York last night. Both Santo Mazzella and ;v Michael Scholtsky were compressed air. workers -employed In boring one of the new 'tuiir nels under the East River. Both loved the same girl, who was apparently equally partial to both, and had said that they could settle among themselves which should win her. ?? Their rivalry was heated to the point of madness when they met at work las: night in airlock No. 3, In a compiessed air pressure of 3iilb, deep down under neath the middle of the river. At that pressure, which is sufllcient to keep back the water from forcing a way into ?. tho boilng, tho strain on tho heart and lungs Is so gieait that only tho strongest and soundest men can be employed, and those, only for short...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 17 January 1907

INDEX AND APPENDIX. 'Doctor,' Bald the patient upen whom tho hospital surgeon had Just operated for appen dicitis, . 'You're tlie same surgeon that nmpuUiCd the first finger of my right hand when I had It crUBhcd In a railroad accident n few months ago, ain't you?' ^ 'Yes,' answered the surgeon. 'Well, you got my Index then, nnd now you've got my appendix. I hope you are sat's fled.' ? PERSONAL OPINIONS. A sergeant was trying to lick into shape a dozen of the rawest recruits, ar.d ono morning, having maxchcd the men ont to the drill ground, he proceeded with tho customary busi ness. , 'Eyes right!' sounded the sergeant s husky throat. , ..vi. 'So's 1.' come bnek at once from about hair the rocrulte, and bualness had to be temror arlly suspended. -? SHE WAS NOT TO BLAME. Mrs B.: I've come to tell you, mndame, that the photographs you took of us the other day are not nt all satisfactory. Why, my hus band looks like an npe. Tho Lady Photographer: Well, madam you ehould havo thought of ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Dairy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 17 January 1907

District Dairy Notes. The season has been a most pro pitious one and dairy returns have been steadily increasing, the present season being a record one as regards the output of butter from the district. A few of the returns which we have perused from the Byron Cream ery indicate the plienominal produc tiveness o: our farm lauds. We note that Messrs Macgregor from their Myocum property received for last month 4,074 pounds of butter, and several others received propor tionately large returns. Mr. Jas, Davidson has a fine herd, of dairy cows from which, for last month lie received tho -excellent re turn of 71b. 6oz. per cow per week. This, in our opinion, . proclaims most satisfactory development 'on right lines. ' The dairy industry to reach as far as practicable the climax, of produc tiveness must .be run on 'commercial principles — that is as a business. The best practical test o£ a cow's value is to feed her well and then ascertain her value as a butter pro ducer. This cannot be do...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 17 January 1907

Small Debts Court. _W. B. Baker v. John Goding ; com j^pfcion £5 15b. Mr.. Weigall for plaintiff; Mr. Molntosh for defendant. £1 Is paid into Court in, satisfac tion of claim, ' W. R. Baker, on oath, stated: I am an auctioneer, residing as mul lumbimby, and plaintiff in this case : on the 27th Sept. last, Goding came to my office and had a conversation about the sale of his stook and pro perty ; he asked me if I would sell in conjunction with Parrish ; told Urn I. had a decided objection to sell ing in con junction with anyone, and ?gave him my reasons ; he said he ?would like to give me a share in it, ?and said there would be the cottage ?as well as 'the stock ; I said, 'Give ?me the cottage and let Parrish sell the stock,' He then asked me my commission, ; I said, for an amount under £ 500 five per cent, j he Baid, jParrish will do it for ; after fur ther conversation I agreed to accept conditionally that I had the ex clusive right to sell the cottage, and had nothing to do with t...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

Practical Bootmaking. Wm. Plummer, BEING a thoroughly practical man, is prepared to make to order Boots of every Description, at the shortest notice. Eepairs neatly and promptly executed. Charges moderate, and satisfaction can be relied upon. . Address: Dalley-street (between Ben nett's and Cameron's store) H. W. Weigall, Solicitor, AXD Commissioner for Affidavits. Mullumbimby & Bangalow. ATTENDS at Bangalow every Wed nesday, where he may be consulted at Garvey's Hotel, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Beef! Beef! Beef! ON and after the lBfc January, the fol lowing prices will be charged for Beef : — Bump-Steak ... ... 6d Surloin Reef ... ... 6d Boast Beef ... ... 6d Beef Steak ... ... 5d Corned Bound ... ... Sd Corned beef ... ... 4d Mutton ... ... ... 6d Pork . ... ... ... 6d Small Goods made. Nothing but the boat of beef, mutton and pork kept. Hides and Skins bought for cash LEE & BUTT, Butchers, Mullumbimby. Dr. SHELDON'S ^ P MAGNETIC = 1 liniment! KJl Cures where all ^ el...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

Victor^^l Pian^^H the PS . stand to ^reate^H wear*

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

When Baby Burns His Hand — When sister cuts her finger. When brother gets a bruise. In short, when anything happens to tho children which causes thorn pain, it is mother's delight to comfort aud relieve the Utile sufferers. Sho can always do this when she has Dr. Sheldon's Magnotic Liniment iu the house.' Rubbing a little of it over a saw or wound immediately takes away all pain, and vastly hastens .recovery. Keop a bottle iu tho houso always, and you will agree with a thousand, other mothers who have said that they .couicy not keep house -without at. For sa'Je by Bennett and. Sons. ?

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jamacia Earthquake. Kingston in Ruins. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

Jamacia Earthquake. Kingston in Ruins. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. Details of the earthquake at King, ston, the capital of Jamaica, show that the catastrophe was worse than was at first believed. The city has been ruined, and thousands -of people are homeless. One account slates that not a single house within a radius of 10 miles escaped the ravaging effects of the visitation. Tho fires which followed on the earthquake intensified the damage,, which is estimated at between £2^ 000,000 aud £3,000,000. Varying accounts have been receiv ed as to the loss pf lifeA Some esti mate that the death total is 1000. In addition,, many ' hundred of people have been injured. There is an awful stench in the town, and a famine is regarded as imminent. All the shops have been destroyed. The banks have been burned, but the vaults are supposed to- be safe. . The misery of the people is ii'ides crible. Many of the victims lie bijried beneath the smouldering ruins of the ?town; ' ' . The 'New York Herald's ' co...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LORD ROSEBERY CRITICISED WHO ARE THE "INTELLECTUALLY DEAD?" [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

LOHD ROSEBERY GRiTICISiD WHO A .HE. /f'HE ' INTE.LLECTU ALLY DEAD ?' — Lord Hosobury s recent speech in opening tlie village asylums at lian gour has been subjected to muon criticism in the .Scottish' as well as tile medical press. The implication that the money spent on ' the allevi ation of tihe auutest form of human distress' was waste is especially ob jected to. Lord itosobcry, it will be remembered, went so far as to de clare that ' a thousand Uganda Railways, even if they convey but a few passengers to bring civilisation into the heart of Africa, are infinite ly more useful than this expenditure on the intellectually dead. If we can check or diminish that expenditure we shall indeed be happy.' Again, he said: 'There is one thought which pervades my 'mind in connec tion with this and all other asylums. 1 have been through your homes of the intellectually sick to-day. I have seen these cheerful sitting-rooms, these cheerful .bed-rooms, these cheer ful dining-rooms, laid out as d...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wilson's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

Wilson's Creek. [Tliis was intended for our last, but l-eaoliod us too late.] Since my last there has been so many important changes here to ac quaint you of that it is difficult to decide where to begin. However, I am pleased to be able to inform you that we have now a splendid road constructed almost through the settlement, -wliich has converted this locality from a-spot unknown to one of some importance. We also have tho much talked pf cream van (which has come -to stay) running . daily to Mullumbimby. A mail bag is carried by the same vehicle, so that we re ceiv.o our mails regularly six times a week. It has been raining incessantly since Sunday, the 6th, and still Con tinues. The farmers who were for tunate enough to get the scrub fired, and sewn, are how smiling at the copious rainfall. - Mr. Fraser has disposed of his farm to Mr. McLeay, of Myocum. The third time this f arm has changed hands within two years. The contractor for the construc tion of tho remaining Bection of th...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VALUE OF COOL STORAGE. APPLES KEPT FOR SIX MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

THE VALUE OF GOOL STORAGE. APPLES KEPT FOR SIX MONTHS. An illustration of the growing import ance of cool storage as a. means of keep ing tho market balanced, and giving to the producers a profitable return, whilst at the same time protecting the consu mers against having to pay exorbitant prices for importations, is contained in a report that has been supplied (o the West Australian Minister for Agricul t«**«-Mr MitchslL*by tho Acting Director of Agriculture, 'vlr Despelssis. The re port is as follows:— 'Among the Exhibits which are displayed' in the agricultural court at^^| Manufacturers|^jjVhiMtion^-£o^^^B| at the time of storing. These examples unquestionably demonstrate the value of cool storage possessing keeping qualities, provided these fruits are careful1' picked and handled. 'The kinds which have comt -at best of the long-perlo.1 tests carried out in tho cool chamber, are : — Cleopatra, Dunn's Seedling, Stone Pippin, Ben Davis, Rokewood, Niclc-a-Jack, Sturmer Pippin, Shock...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Abstract of Auction Sales. JAS. PARRISH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

Abstract of Auction Sales. Jas. Paurish. ] Feby 2 - Usual Fortnightly sale of stock, etc, at his market .yards. Feby 21 : 320 head choice, well- . bred dairy cattle, and purebred bulls and heifers, at Billinudgel, on ac count Messrs Wa'lkor Bros, and P. Walker. (In conjunction with R. C_ Ewing). Feby 28 : 120 head choice dairy cattle, at Myocum, on account Mr. M. Daw6on. Virtue Noblf & Co. Jan 25-: Yard sale of springers, milkers, etc at Billinudgel. Jan 31 and Feby 1 ?: 356 head dairy cattle, principally Durhams, at Eureka, on account Mr. Andrew , Anderson. (In conjunctinn with Hindmarsh and Johnston, and E. W. Frazer & Co.) March 5, 6, aud 7: 500 head dairy cattle, at Coorabell, on account Mr. E. Williams. In conjunction with M. Gay & Co). V( . E. W. Mackay March 22 : Coorabell Estate, on account Mr. E. Williams, at Banga-' lovr. (In conjunction with J. N Ferguson, and S. Wiley. S. Wiley Jan 25 : Yard sale at Billinudgel, of heifers, springers, etc Jan 25: ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x