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General [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

[?] The railway authorities are view ing with alarm tho annually lessening supply of hardwood sleepers. The export of sleepers and beams to South Africa and America has grown so large that there is a difliculty in maintaining. : the necccssary stock'. The expenditure in sleepers for rail ways averages 3s each, or £75,000 per annum now with an advancing tendency.. Anxious ''Moments. — One of the most anxious times of a mother, s life is when her little ones have tho croup, There is no other medicine so effective in this terrible malady as Dr. Shel don,s New Discovery. It can be safely given and depended upon. No mothes should ever be without a bottle in the house. For sale by Bennett & Sons. Speaking at Blayney, the Attor ney General claimed that there wa« more men employed in New South Wales to-day than for many years past. Mr, Wade said the iron indus try promised to give employment to thousands of men in the near future , Mr. Wm. O'Brien, speaking of the Nationalist split,...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Trouble Brewing in the East. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

1 Trouble Brewing in tlie East. -1 ? The New York ' Sun' prints the I following communication from a I subscriber signing himself ' British r American.' I ' The attitude of Japan in her de !*iand that her children shall be ad mitted to the public schools of the |Aitcd States on an equality with Wfrfn children may well cause appre hension. It is an indication of tho lumper of Eastern nations at the Bresent time. I have a friei d who ®ved £or 13 years among tho Latin Jubjec'ri of South America, and- who has jest paid a visit to Japan, China and Iiidii He has become thorough ly imbued with a fear of what is bailed the yellow peril, although it is purely more dignified for us to call it the Oriental peril. Ha noticed tho dignity and reverse of tlie Japanese wherever he went, and he found that they were determined to assert a position of equality with Western peoples. This they havo certainly a right to do at the present time. » ' When lie passed over to the Chines? empire he was immense...

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The ...Trail of the Serpent... BOOK THE FOURTH. CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

...Tpail of the Serpent... By 3VE. 33. BHA33X)OHr. J BOOK THE FOURTH. CHAPTER III. — ( Continued .) As nil the lunatics allowed to disport themselves for an hour in the gardens of the establishment were considered I to be, upon the whole, pretty safe, j the keepers were not in the habit of taking much notice of them. Those offiofals would congregate in little groups here and there, talking among themselves and apparently utterly regardless of the unhappy beings over whom it was their duty to watch. But let 'Queen Victoria or the Em peror Nero, Lady Jane Grey or Lord. John Russell, suffer themselves to be led away by their respective hobbies, or to ride those animals at too out rageous and dangerous a pace, and a strong hand would be' laid upon the rider's slioulderH, accompanied by a recommendation to ' go in-doors,' which was very seldom disregarded. As Rchard was this afternoon permitted to mix with his fellow prisoners for the first time, the boy from Slopperton was ordered to ke...

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HAD HIM THERE! [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

HAD HI..I XllEUE ! A certain baker bought I his butter in pound rolls from a farmer. Noticing that theso rolls Lbked. rather small, ho weighed them, and dis ?L'ored that they were all under a pound, i ? therefore, ?suedthojatmer. I [?] right of* to the police station, wliero ho waa found to bo a notorious pickpocket, for whom the police had been looking for a long . time.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

Special Drawing Paper for Builders and Architects. Timber Calculators, for Timber getters. Post Views of our Town and District, AND ALL THE LATEST - / Fashion Journals and Books . ARE AVAILABLE AT , *^Tunibuii's Pharmacy.^—

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SYSTEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

SYSTEMS. ' ! 'I see that Ilarrinian is going to aenroic nis entire attention to railway systams,' Bald ono race-tracker. 'Yes,' answered the other; 'ho is tho only man I ever knew of who could back a system ond bo sure of winning^' '??40'

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[?] of N. S. Wales FORMAL OPENING OF NEW BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

BMHPl ? ^ ?PJPmrN. S. Wales Formal Opening of New Building. The formal oponing of the Bank. of New South Wale? new building took place on Friday last, when at the in vitation of the genial manager, some 1300 to 350 persons of both sexes avail -themselves of the oppartunity of go ing over the building. As the Bank 'authorities objected to an official ?opening, Mr. Thompson entertained the visitors at his own expense. Afternoon tea, with cakes, sand ?witches, etc, were supplied, the pro viding of same being intrusted to Mrs. Pullinger, who carried out her part of the contract well. Liquid .refreshments of a little stronger na ture than tea «nd coffee were pro vided for those who cared to indulge Sn a wee drop, but at the request of 'the manager there waa no speechi fying. ^Notwithstanding thiB, a very pleasant afternoon 'was .?passed. A brief description of the building m&j be of interest to oar readers. The building was commenced in February, 1906, so it has ibeen -about 12 m...

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THREE MILLION A YEAR. THE COTTON TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

THREE MILLION A YEAR. THE COTTON TRUST. In the House of Commons (writes Mr L. G. Chiozza Money, M.P., in the 'Daily News') I asked Mr Lloyd George, President- of the Board of Trade, whether he was aware that Messrs J. and P. Coats, Limited, by combining the sewing cotton businesses of Messrs Coats, of Paisley; Messrs Clark and Company; Messrs Jonas Brook and Brothers; and Messrs lames Chadwick and Brother, have secured a virtual monopoly of the sewing cotton trade of the United Kingdom; that foreign competition is non-existent in this -trade; that it is practically impos sible for new British competition to arise; that the cotton trust makes a regular profit of abrut L3.000.000 per an num on' a capital of L10,000,000; and whether, under these circumstances, he could see his way to legislate to secure public control of a trade which affects every working woman in the country. Mr Lloyd-George thus replied: There is no monopoly of the sewing cotton trade in this or any other coun try. ...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

I WIT AMI IBM! 'HI, waiter, this moat Is like leather.' ' Yes, elr. Saddle pf mutton, sir,' Stolla-: Do you advocate changes in spell ing? Bella : Only Miss to Mrs,' Jaggles: Is his flying machine a succcss? Waggles: Halfway bo. It always comes down flying. Isn't is queer that tho things peoplo want to know most are usually nono of their busi ? ness. ! 'Pop, how can they tell whenj a new ship is a good sailor?' 'They take her out to so-j, my son.' j Mistress : Mind you, Hcdwfe, no soldiers In kitchen. Cook : No fear; there's hardly enough food for me. Knlcker : Half tho world doesn't kn«w how tho other half lives. Bocker : No, but It has gravo suspicions. Morphy : Did you ovah tako a dwlvo In a motah caw? Murphy : Noa! But I fell into ? a paraffin oil tank wanso. Shank : Cogger made a million In the auto mobllo business. Blank : Ahl Selling autos? Shank : Ah, dear, no! Repairing them. First Surgeon: Have you saved your man? Second Surgeon: No, bu» I've saved his ap peodix. , Landlad...

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CONGO ATROCITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

CONGO ATROCITIES.^^^^^^H I, Archbishop to the do need sympathy be cond 1 1 [?]

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A MAD YOUTH'S FREAK. HE FIRES FLAT BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

A tvtat- YOUTH'S FREAK. HE FIRES FLAT BUILDINGS. Late on the night of 9th. November, the New York police arrested a youth named Frank Morris, who is accused of at tempting to burn a large block of fas hionable apartment houses in West Sixty Fifth street, while under the Influence of ? fpnm stramonium clgurt:i.i.TO _ 1..U.WC leaves. Five different fires were discovered in the apartment houses, wherein four lives were lost, and many persons were pros trated through fright, while hundreds of others were rescued from dangerous posi tions with great difficulty. A big con flagration was averted only by the heroic activity of the fire department. Repeated alarms coming close together attracted a great crowd to West Sixty Fifth street. A newsboy was watching the rescues when a breathless youth ap proaching hurriedly cried, 'Any dead yet? Don't go away. There will be lots of fires to-night.' The newsboy, noticing that tho stran ger's clothes and face were grimy with smoke and soot, Informed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

write; your name; here. I '8s .'Tm Fill in this form, cut it out and fig H J? -®h post to us, and we will send you .Weara making a sampleS of our 63»' SuiU 10 ?pecialty of 63a. Order. Suits to Order, and want to send you patterns to show you the handsome .. designs. Name ? ,, ? M ? M The fabrics are the very newest, and the cutting is done by experts. ' In every respect these garments are Address ? ? ? v. : the work of high-class tailors. _ ^ ' Fill in and send the form to-day. Poainoo J?» Pn ltd, Mon'° and B°ys' outfitters, rtjapcb C4 uu. l 309.311 george st,, Sydney. SO 30® ^ LAUNDER SOAP * Whim you h«v« pro»ed the value of Sunlight Soap you will be equally if you tiy Monkey Brand for scouring metal, woodwork and kitchen sinks. THE ROCKDALE COLLEGE la charmingly situated In Its own park*lilro grounds of 18 lores, on th. height! of Rockdale, Sydnoj. orerlooklng Lady Robinson's Beaoh, Sans Souoi, Botany Bay, the Heads And tho Ooean. Alt aabjcot^ara taught by Exparj«noed Masters. Tha...

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UNFAILING ABUNDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

UNFAILING ABUNDANCE. Tho candidate can talk a lot | When going forth In a campaign, I.: Becauso next year It's quite forgot And he can Bay it all again.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

JLUU«wm* ^ Hicks' Cart . Is the most up-to-date and durable machine made. Has repeatedly defeated all well-known machines in field trials. Used nnd recommended by tha - . . ' largeat landholders. Recent improvements place it far ahead of competitors. HICKS' FIBS FIGHTERS. PREPARE FOR EMEROBNOIES. Hicks' Kiaslx Five C3®jS?ta Should ba on every holding. Fitted with springs for fast travelling.- Light, ? ? ? : ? ? ? ? strong and durable. 7- — : — ; ? : — J'. ' ' ' ''' '.' * — ??' ILLU STRATED PRICE LIST FORWARDED PROMPTLY OH APPLICATION. : T. H. HICKS, SBS High St., North Botany, SYDNEY I ,,42s. for a 63s. SD1TS I -?- \ ~ ~ ' That's What I r^'^l LOWES. I ^ \f^. f 2-GUIHEA \ M W/ / SU,TST0 ' I rW\ rni / ' mmE IM |f f ^ean ^ou' : ' (1 \ \lr J / \ Two Guineas brtags you a ? -/ 1 \ 7 S / a better Suit from Lowe's / 1 \f X » Ufa tljan G^neas from I fl 7S Jk' yk elsewherft. Thousands have ? ^ |0 Jl\ already learned this by prac* » - I . \ \y^A lical experience. Aro you I 'in the .know? ? Lov...

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DID WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

DID WELL. 'Did he succeed in elevating tho moral tone of politics, as ho started out to do?' 'No; but ho did vory well. JIo got out without ontirely sacriDcing his .own con science.' ' . |

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A TURKISH BATH. WHAT IT MEANS. THE SENSATION DECRIBED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

A TURKISH BATH. - WHAT IT MEANS. 1 THE SENSATION DECRIBED. What is Uhere about a Turkish bath that distinguishes It from the common or domestio bath of familiar use. A simple definition of a Turkish bath Is 'a both in perspiration.' It Is a hot air bath, in which the temperature varies between 116 and 190 degrees. After undergoing copious sudatlon in the fiery atmosphere of a heated cham- j Vjer the subject ' passes through the varying processes of washing, soaping, j and shampooing, and finally reaches an apartment where the temperature Is normal. What Is claimed for the Tur- j kish 'bath, is, that 'It clears the pores of the skin, rendering the latter healthy; ' Induces free respiration; increases the j force and rapidity of the circulation; and Imparts a sense of elasticity and vigor to the system.' ! This luxury was Introduced in Eng land from the East, the first Turkish baths in London being opened in I860. There is a curious fact about the his tory of the Turkish baths in Melb...

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HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

HGMEL-S FAEtl. Savoury Eclairs. — Required: For thfe eclairs: Four ounces of Vienna flour, two ounces of butter, half a pint of water, quarter of a teaspoonful of salt, two eggs and one extra yolk. For the mixture: Quarter of a pound of cold poultry or meat, two ounces of ham, one ounce of flour, one ounce of butter, half a pint of milk, one teaspoonful of chopped parsley, half a teaspoonful of chopped onion, salt, pepper, and nutmeg. Dry the flour very slowly on a tin in the oven for about eight minutes, but' it must not get in the least colored. Next sieve it and weigh it — it will probably have lost slightly in weight, so add a little.more dried flour. Put the water and butter in a clean saucepan, let both boil, then throw in the flour and beat it .till smooth. Then stir it over a slow fire till It can be rolled about the pan without sticking to the sides. Let it cool, then beat in the egg3 one by one. Next take a piece of the mixture, roll it lightly on a floured board into a fi...

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CHARIVARI. FROM LONDON "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

CHARIVARI. FROM LONDON 'PUNCH.' The Kaiser has expressed his satisfac tion at the fact that the majority of the motor-'buses now running in London are of German manufacture. And this is the monarch who poses as the friend of England ! Statistics show that 3000 wives are de serted In Chicago every year. This proves what we have always been led to believe, that the American is the moat considerate husband in tho world. We have not had to wait long to see the effect of weakening our Fleet and our Army. Mr Kelr Hardie now threat ens armed revolution in the event of the demands of Socialism not being granted. Dr. Clifford, it has transpired, does not read the 'Daily Mail.' This just shows how one ought not to judge any man hastily. In future, In considering Dr. Clifford's conduct, we must bear in mind that he dees not enjoy tho same advan tages as' the rest of us. It is rumored that Mr I^aI,V/u0 'TO 'Me spontaneously -given i'.ff'uvriuing—uuuea from the Classics.' The King's Birthday fol...

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"ABSURD!" FRENCH DISARMAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

'ABSURD!' FRENCH DISARMAMENT. On Sth November the Paris correspon dent of the London 'Express' wrote: — M. Clemenceau's declaration of Go vernment policy in the Chamber to-day Is ono more grave warning to Sir Henry Campbell-Banncrman and the entire school of British advocates of dlsdgrna- ] ment. The Premier's speech made It perfectly clear that Franco is determined to main tain and strengthen her war machine to the utmost. At the outset he de clared that he and his Government were earnestly desirous of maintaining peace. The Republic, he said, had never wav ered in its peaceful Intentions, and the Government would faithfully carry out those intentions. But, In order to secure this, continued M. Clemenceau, it is of the first import ance that France should maintain her military strength. The Idea of disarm ament was absurd, for that would be to dostrov th' only guarantee of Franc-'s .independence. He referred In vague and general terms to the far-off day when the re lations between ...

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Oddfellowship. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

Oddfellowsliip. The half-yearly summonod meeting of the Loyal Star of Brunswick | Manchester Unity, I.O.'O.F., was held in the Lodge room of the School of Arts. Thoro was a record attend ance. The half-yearly and annual report showed a very gratifying state of affairs, tho year's work being a record ono from all points. The following officers were elected for the ensuing half-year- — N.G, Bvo. Haines; V.G., Bro. Shum ; Sec retary, Bro. W. Mallet, (r-elected) ; R.S.N. G., Bro. Stewart.; L.S.N. G., Bro. Garrard ; R.S.V.G., Bro. Liv ingstone ; L.S.V.G, Bro. Cooper; Wardon, Bro. Torrens ; Conductor, Bro. Armbruster; Guardian, Bro. Elmore; Lecture Master, P.P.G.M., Bro. Rogers. The elective officers were duly installed by the P.P.G.M, Bro. Rogers. The following report -was read by the secretary : — To Noble Grand, Vice Grand, Officers and members, — I have much pleasure in presenting my report for ? quarter ending 31st. Dec. 190G. . The quarter's work has been one of tlie most successful...

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