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Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 1st Sunday of Month — Byron Bay 8 a.m. (r.c.), Myocum 10.30, Billi nudgel 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 Byron Bay Parish Services. 2nd Sunday— Bangalow 11, (H.C) Coorabell Creek 2.15, p,m (Scljool of Arts) Byron' Bay 7.30 3rd Sunday: Mullumbimby 11 a.m (n.c.), tyagarali 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Sunday Byron Bay 11 (n.c.), Cooper's Shoot 2.30, Bangalow 7.30 Rev A. W. Coates R. C. Church. Sunday, 3rd ;Feb— 33ang.ilow 8.30 a.m, and 7,30 p.m';'Mullumbimby 11 a.m. Tuesday, 5th — Tyagarah, 9.30 a.m, Mr. Mailer's.) Sunday 10th— Byron Bay 6 a.m Bangalow 11 a,m ; and 7,30 p.m. - Ash- Wednesday, 13th — Bangalow, 9 a.m. , Rev. M. P. Walshe. PRESBYTtRUN Cuorch., Byron Bay charge. 1st Lord's Day Month — Mullumbim- by 11, Byron Bay 3, Springrale 7.80 2nd Lord's Day, do.— Myocum 11, Main Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 3rd Lord's Day, do.-r-Bangalow 11, Springvaie 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Lord's Day — Myocum 11. Coora bell School of Arts 2, Mullumbimby 7.80 ; Springvaie (M...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Byron Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

Byron Shire Council, j The filth meeting of the Byron Shire Council was held at the Coun ;il Chambers, Byron Bay, ou Tuesday 22nd iust., all the councillors being jresont After the minutes of the last neeting had been read and eo.itirmed jorre.spondence was read, received, ind dealt with On the motion of crs. Macgrogor uid Armstrong, it was decided that ei conin)unici\tion from Mr A. Inskip re road improvements, be referred to the Works Committee, Proposed b^T Cr Banner, ' That the petition from the Byron Bay residents, in respect to erection of a culvert opposite Mr Belson's cottages be referred to the Works committee for report.' Seconded by cr Arm strong and carried Ou the motion Of crs. CollingH-and. Banner, it was carried that Shire seal be obtained from Jno. Sands, at a cost of £6 5 a. and that it be similar to the sample submitted. Proposed by Cr Macgregor, ''That the-President acknowledge receipt of money from the Works Department, and advising that when the seal had been pr...

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THE NEWSPAPER LAWYER. THE QUESTIONS HE ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

THE NEWSPAPER' LAWYER. ) THE QUESTIONS HE ANSWERS. ,l I have for some time ansivurca legal questions In the 'Weekly Dis patch.' It may be said that this is not a pro per-thing for a barrister to do. I dig agree. I cannot see that the procedure in any way violates professional eti quette. I never advertise myself; 1 never niitnin nnv nersonal advantage from the work (except, of. course, the ample re tainer I annually receive from the pro j prletors). \ And I believe that I do a vast amount ^ ot/sooH anions a very deserving and of R teff hardly -dealt- with class. What a por B tentious thing 'going to law' appears to S a majority of people — what an exceed 9 ingly unpleasant thing it actually is in a H majority of cases! Yet there is so much V injustice and oppression in the world ? that I can understand the least quarrel m some of men being some day or other f driven to exclaim, 'I have piu up with a good deal, but this I won't stand.' What is he to do? 'Consult a solici tor?' He doe...

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Cricket Mat[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

Crickct match, Slaving when to be decided^^^^^l^^^^^^^^^H Main Ak« — Firs^^^^H^^^^^^B II. King, c Buckley, b SinitbS^^H^^^B b Peate E Broom ham c MeDermid b McLi..tock, b Peate ... W. E Smith, c and h Peate'^^^^^^^^^H A. Smith, b. Baldwin ... McKeuzie c Buckley b McDcri^^^^^^^^B W. Ci-Oper, ... W, Hawkins, b Bald win. F. Thompson, b 13 uc I; I R. King MeDermid , ,, Fletcher, Hackett, Saudeesou b run out Kedzlie, b H, King^^^^^^^^H b King

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

Wit AHB HUMM . ^ Miss do Plain:. Doctor, what Is tho of Beauty? Family Physician (confidentially): Be pretty. „? Mr Jay: Was It a quiet wedding? Mrs Jay: , Of coursc; you didn't expect they would quar rel before the clergyman, did you? Tho wisest men make mistakes, but they don't waste much time In trying to convlnco themselves that-they were not to blame. Mr Kicker-: Your bin actually inaites my blood boil.' Dr. Slick: Then, sir, I must charge you more for sterilising your system. Tho Hackman. (at Niagara): That's tho Hprscshoo Fall./- TJio Tourist: 1-sce. An' t^hat . there other one's the Horse-power Falls, ? Hostess: Mr Lltewayte ls going 'to sing a comic song. Guest: I kneir something would happen. Z overturned a salt-cellar at the din ner table. . flfl Mildred: They say young Huggintj wants V to marry every girl he meets. * Clotilda: Then, fl why don't you get someone tQ* Introduce you, V dear? ? ' *' 1 New Member: Why should I lend .-you ten \ shillings, sir? I don't even -kno...

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[?]arm and Dairy. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

^®8p^rcuan-rs-airy. 1 r; / — An exchange says: — 'The cow holding the record for butter produc tions in Australia, if not iu tlie world ia owned by Mr Thomas Darcy, of Collie, near Gilgandra. Her record has not been widely published, and is therefore unknown beyond tho limits ? pf the Collie district. Two months HBBQgo t.he' writer suw this remarkable ^^Panimal, and, being accustomed to ? cuttle of the dairying type, ridiculed '? the fact that, she was a heavy butter producer. Evidence was produced ?which is beyond question that the cow was then yielding 281b. of butter per ?week, and giving 110 less tliau two kerosene tins of milk at each milk ing. The cream was obtained by ' settiiig-the milk in pans, a system long since proved not to be the most profitable. Mr. Darcy stales that ?when the cow was at her best she has p.-oduced as much as oOlb. of butter per week. She-is purely of the beef type, and if in good condition would kill and dress up to 9001b. She was 'purchased by Mr. Da...

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Local Government. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

Local Government, liornsby Council received 150 ap plications for the position of clerk. They decided to pay £3 3s per week. Bland Conncil have called appli cations for the position of valuators. They consider two are reqnired and the fee will be ;G60 each. The average screw for ft shire clerk appears to be £136 per annum. Some shires arc offering more, while many councils consider £2 per week ample. Braidwoodhas appointed a man to discharge the dual duties of engineer and clerk at £425 per annum. Tweed shire, have agreed to pay a man £375 for the same work. Armidale Council has appointed an engineer at a salary of £200 per year, and it has agreed to appoint a competaut valuator at a fee of £250 to value all the ratable lands. Sevo:a! councils protest against be ing c'a -sifted first class shires. In dignation meetings have been con vened and appeals are being made lo tlio Minister for Works. Koreeiah (Tenterfield) Council fixed tho salary of the engineer at £430. Council applied to...

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LA BELLE OTERO. MARRIES AN ENGLISHMAN. ROMANTIC COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

LA BELLE OTERO. MARRIES AN ENGLISHMAN. ROMANTIC COURTSHIP; From. Paris on the evening of the 16th U November the Paris correspondent of^| the ,Landon, 'Daily Mail' wrote:— JM t'a. Belle Otero, the famous daocej^ known wherever music-halls exist, is^H be married in fortnight's time to Rene Webb, a wealthy Englishman. decided on the step only yest^^^H rtinfninff o-nH the count' of a romantic courtsh'in^^^^^^H 'Last August -I was playindH^^^^H Aires, '...she told a represents^^^^^^^H 'Journal' yesterday, who has cotton mills in England, obtained on he told me th^^^^^^^^^^H four years, saw photograph^^^^^^^^^^^^^ you as you more tune your his fortune He traglcs^^^^^^^^^^^^^| he do You love me and vey ce ne 'To sum up, and to of B he? H Wed. J,i toid MrVehJ? that ? didn't want ; to leave Parls^ifcJmt I wanted to stay on I the stage, and so on. I gave him a full ' list of my fallings. I'm sure he was mad,; for. he wanted to marry me ail the 'same.' I told him that my- hotel bill wasn't pa...

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ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting, for the re ceiving and adopting of the annual report and balance sheet, and election of officers for the ensuing year, was then held. After the conformation of the'min utet of the last general meeting, the treasurer (Mr P. Nelson) read his bal ance, pheet as follows : — Bal. in bank at commencement of year, £1 16s ; members subscriptions, (38 at 2s) £3 16s; expenditure, £3 14s lOd; leaving a credit balance. of £l 17b 3d The secretary then read his report, aa under t Mr, Preaident and Gentlemen,— During the year which has just closed, thirteen regular meetings of your Association were held at which the average attendance -of members was 15.3. 117 letteraWere written bearing principally upon the following matters : — Local Government JH1L Road to Cooper'a Crepk .roael'Ve. Macky'a Lease at Brunswick Hds. Culvert at junction of Dally ivnd Chincogan Streets. 'rBoundary of Shire, also name of Sliire. Silence chamber for telephone, Road to Anderaon'a Hill...

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HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

HOMELY FARE. - Beef and Ham Roll. — Required: One pound df beefsteak, half a po\md ot breadcrumbs, half a. pound of lean ham, pepper, salt and allspice to taste, two eggs, a few. sweet herbs. This Is a cold, entree that is much appreciated if cut. into slices half an inch thick and ar-. rancred round a Dlle of dressed salad. Put tho meat through a sausage machine, then add' the breadcrumbs and sufficient | powdered dried herbs to taste. Season ? with pepper and salt and- ground allspice^ Bind all with, two beaten eggs and form , into a thick, short roll. Wrap In but tered paper, then tie in a floured, pudding | cloth and steam or boll for two hours; When done, let the roll dt-ain thoroughly, put It a way till cold. Brush over with glaze, and cut in slices for serving;' ; I Roast Mutton and Dutch Cabbage.— | ?Required: ..Any jolht of mutton, a cab bage, one. ounce of butter,, . two table spoonfuis of vinegar, an onion; pepper and salt. Use any joint desired and pre- _ pare the cabbag...

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Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

Land Court. The following cases Were dealt with by the Local Land Board at Mul lumbimby on Monday last : — ? L. A. Murnane, 'a.c.p. 06/24; eon fiimation or otherwise ; confirmed. J. V. O'Neill, c.p, 00/80 ; form of survey ; confirmed. J. C. Riley, -/100 \ confirmation or otherwise ; confirmed. . J-. C, Law, c.p. 06/113, confirmed ;J and 06/114, disallowed. M R. H. Eady, sp. Is, 06/8 ; grantiDjfl or otherwise ; 'granted for 32 acrc^H rent 2s per acre, W.J. Kni lands, jilnr., c.p. 05/^^^J reside with samo family; postpo^^^B Matthew Deviiio, li.s. 01/1G^^^B filment of conditions ; certifi^^B^| F. P. Walsh, c.p. 01/11 ; f^^^H of conditions ; postponed. H. A. F. Shrader, 04/K^^^H ment of conditions foi^^^^B^H curred, waiver recommcG^^^^^^^H J. H. Haines, 01^^^^^^^^^ road refused, C. A .0. Harrigan, in

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ANGLO-AM[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

Special l^raw ing Paper for Builders and ? Timber Calculators, for Timber getters. / Post Views of our Town and District, AND ALL THE LATEST Fashion Journals and Books ARE AVAILABLE AT ^?TurnbitSrs Pharmacj^.^—

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"PUNCH" AND THE LORDS. THE EDUCATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

'PUNCH' AND THE LORDS. { ' THE EDUCATION BILK'*-: I The strenuous debates in th'e Lords on 1:he Education Bill were- tlie subject of the following '-.'skit', in one --£ tlie- No- , vember numbers of London 'Punch'.' ? - THE -HOUSE OF LORDS.. - - Tlie Archbishop of- Canterbury : 1 aiii -wi- (Teeply convinced of tlie necessity for this amendment that I now beg to move . It ' ?: Lord Halifax! I do not 'rises; my Lords, for the purpose of intervening iOr jmore than a few moments in your Lordships' - debate. Is this. fair? Is it right? Is it honorable? Are -we going- to talce_.it? I may seize this opportunity of -referring to a remark once made by a noble Lord who is no longer a member of yom' ? Lordships' House, or, for the matter of that, of the world at large ? ? Lord Ampthill (intervening): Is the. noble Viscount entitled to discuss ? . Lord Emly (interrupting):- When my ancestors lost their heads in the French Revolution — : - Lord St. Aldwyn (breaking in): This is not the House of ...

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CARTLOADS OF CATS. HOAX AT AN IRISH FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

CARTLOADS OF CA.TS. HOAX AT' AN IRISH FAIR. An extraordinary hoax has just been perpetrated at Ballymena, County Ant rim. * Some time ago (w'role the London 'Daily Mail' on 22nd Nove.nbsr) pla cards were posted throughout the neigh borhoo-1 declaring that -the War Office authoiities were- purchasers of cats in unlimited numbers; The announcement set forth thit barracks at h'jrne and abroad were overrun with rats, which not only destroyed the soldiers' rations and clothing, but even- attacked their boots. 'Half-a-cr„ wti a head was offered'.' for every suitable cat, and it was an nounced that a. War .Office official 'would-'' attend at the next Ballymena fair ' to-' purchase 'the animals. ' Thereupon commenced a' wonderful ? Jjunt throughout the district.- The cats had a lively time, and so had the small boys. Many captures were made, and in some casjs hens were dispossessed to make ro;m for the captured animals, and cellars and outhouses were filled in anticipation of fair day. Many...

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THE HAIL DESTROYER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

THE HAH, DESTROYER. Something has been said of the hall destroyer before, but the pictures here given, showing the machine- both with the cylinder off and on, will enable the agriculturist or fruitgrower to easily grasp the principle. The hail destroyer consists of a strong hollow steel cylinder, about a foot long and 5in. in diameter, nxea on a steel tripod, tne cartridge Be ing -placed in the lower part of the cylinder as indicated by the picture on the lef.t Here we see the barrel drawn out for the purpose of placing the ca;rtv ! ridge in position, and in the other picture the barrel is locked preparatory to firing. An acceptable description of the functions of the hall destroyer is given in the following; — 'The winegrowers of Austria and Nor therhf Italy .'determined about. four years ago seriously' to study, the problem of how to piescrve their v.ines from destruc-' tion by 'hailstones, and, incidentally, themselves from ruin. Insurance against hail did not compensate them, si...

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NURSERY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

?NURSERY NOTES. 'A ruddy glow -in. thp .fac.p of, a child tells at onco of sufficient butdoor exercisc and indoor ventilation,' suj's an. authority on the ail ment's of chilBJen-: ';Aiitl;;thii'-'vvords*aro .impor tant .to reinemW, for outdoor exereis.e and proper' Ventilalidri indcro&?ore::tiie'*chief car_ dinal pojnts tp be attended to If We wish to sccure health in 7hc'nurAc'Ty.,/'-: ? ; ,r You tnay lay .Jt'^own ^ a rule,, that never, admits of any' exemption; n-hat1 yo'ii cannot rea\ liealthy childrenvm an ill-ventilated nursery (says an Englisli paper}. ?-If- you 'go into it in the morning when the-'eUildren are getting up,, nnd if you find tho air stuffy, and not fresh ' and sweet,, you may. -perfectly certain that tlie children aro inhaling small doses of ? poisoir. . . ? ? .. .. .. Tho doses aro very small, ' to be sure, but, nevertheless, they arc there, and though their cffect 1b not to 1:111, ^hcy will. surely lo.wer the health, dlmini6h vitality, and rob the chee...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

THE LADip: GOLURSN. I USEFUL?: . HINTS. . ' q To make glazier'^ putty mix whiting i nnd linseed oil together, and work them Into the consistency of dough. I To bronze a plaster cast give the cast a coat of size v.arnsh, and, let it stand till almost dry. Then put some metallic bronze powder Into a muslin bag, dust it over the surface,, dab it with, a wad of linen, and when perfectly dry give It a coating of varnish. A wooden scullery table is cheap enough to buy, but it is apt to be a per petual anoyance to the orderly housewife because of the dfflculty that there is in keeping it cean. Probably cook will de clare that it Is impossible for It to be anything but grimy, owing to the soft ness of the wood, which makes it absorb all grease. The remedy.. is simple. Have the table covered with zinc or tin. The sheet of. metal should be large enough to cover the table completely and to turn under the- edge of the slab. A metal covered table is no trouble for its ab sorbs nothing, and sauce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

A young woman -who teaches a class in a Sunday school was talking to her pupils rolativo to the dosira bility of increasing its membership. When she invited the co-operation to that end of the seveiial members, tho youngster nearest her shook his head dubiously. ' I might git one boy in our neighbourhood to come,' he ex plained, ' but all the others kin lick me.' When Baby Bur;;.- II13 Hand — When sister cuts liej^inger. When brother gets a brujpj. In short, when anything happens to the children Eiem pain, it is mother's nfort and relieve the She can always do 1 has Dr. Sheldou's iment in tho house, tie of it over a saw or iately takes away all tly hastens recovery. i in the house always, igree with a thousand who havo said that t keep house without y Bennett and Sons.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907

Fa JL if I W p OP THE 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 6d to. 14s 6d, Good Wearers and well made. 3 Dozen Ladies ready to wear Straws at 2/6 For One Week only. A 'Useful Present— ' 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. A._ ROW, The House for Values. Moflcmbimfey Livery Stables R, C. Newport HAVING purchased the Livery Stable business lately carried on by Mr. W. J. 'McDonald, solicits a con tinuance of the support accorded the former proprietor. First-class covercd-in Coaches, good horses, and careful drivers. Every ef fort wil...

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