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DRAMA OF REVENGE. TWO WOMEN SHAMED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907
DRAMA OF REVENGE. TWO WOMEN SHAMED/ From New York on 11th November, the correspondent of the London 'Daily Mail,' wrote: — A former Methodist minister, tlie Rev. W. E. Hinshaw, who in 1S95, after a fa mous trial, was sentenced to imprison ment for life at Indianapolis for mur dering his wife, was released on ticket of-leave by the clemency or tne uover nor of the State, after serving ten years, and was recommitted yesterday to servo the remainder of Ills sentence, on the ground of alienating the affections of the wife of Mr George Freeman, the county sheriff, who originally arrested him on the murder charge. Hinshaw is a handsome man, with plausible manners. It appears that af ter his release he deliberately and steal thily applied himself to obtaining by va rious means a terrible revenge upon all concerned with his conviction. Professing penitence, he seuured the sympathy of members of his former congregation, who provided him with funds and opportunities to make money in business....
Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907
Local and Other Items. I Lease Forms for Sale, at ' Star ' Office. One shilling each * * Firbt-class PASPALUM SEED fof Sale, cheap.— JAS. PARRISH, Auctioneer, Mullumbimby ! » # . Owing to the rough wo&theron the coast, the Noorebar was unable to put out from the Bay on Saturday night i last. Jit * Latest works of Art in Post Oaids and Xmas Cards at T. McDou gall's. An inspection will satisfy you that they are not to be excelled in Mullumbimby. * ? * Mr Parrish's regular fortnighlty yard sale takes place on Saturday, when a good yarding will be for ward. The sale will be conducted by'Robo,' who is carrying on the business in Mr Parrish's absence. v * * Look out for the splendid stock of new-shape and styles of pipes, such as have never been seen in M'Binaby be fore, also all smokers' requisite, to be opened up Saturday, at the Palace Hairdressing Saloon # # Mr E. L Jones, died in Casino Gaol hospital last week, from delirum tremens. For some time he had been representative in...
Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 31 January 1907
Progress Association. The regular monthly meeting of members of the above Association was held in the Lodge Room of the School of Arts on Friday evening last, when there was a good attend ance of members present, the Presi dent (Dr. Kesteven) presiding. &nbsp; After the minutes had been con firmed, correspondence 'was read, as follows :— From Mr Perry, relative to Chin- bible bridge, a tender for which has been accepted. From same, stating that he would do his best to have the Court-house of brick, and also that he was doing his best to have the roads in the Shire put in decent order, but there was a desire to leave these matters to the Shire Councils. From same, stating that he did not think there was any probability of a shire and municipal tax both being enforced, Also acknowledging re ceipt of letters re deputy Coroner and Government Medical Officer, stating the latter had been referred to the Department of Public Health. From Mr. Gorman, of Wollongbar Experimental Farm,...
Dairying. ON SCIENTIFIC METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
Dairying. ON SCIENTIFIC METHODS. The district at the present time is in a most ' flourishing condition, and ?one cannot but be struck with the contrast between this part and the reports received from other places, ?where the ravages of the drought are ^ptill being experienced. Here grass And herbage is abundant, stock - are (rolling fat, and everything denotes ? prosperity. Whatever . part of the' district one visits tlie same order of things prevails, ^ and the lot of the man on the land here, compared to ?what one reads of other places is cer tainly a happy one. On Thursday Afternoon last, our reporter visited the Main Arm, and called in at ?' Riverton,' -the farm conducted by Messrs Flemming iBros., where he was most courteously received ?and shewn over the dairy, and the principle on wliich it was worked explained. .The Flemming Bros, have had a scientific and -practical training, and run their ?dairy on scientific ?^nd modern prin ciples, and are equipped with all the ;]atest a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
Hicks' Ideal Poison Cart Is the most up-to-date and durable machine mads. Has repeatedly defeated all well-known machines in field trials. Used and reoommended by tha largest landholders. Recent improvements place it far ahead of competitors. HIOKB' FIRE FIGHTERS. PREPARE 70S EMERGENCIES. Hicks' Bush JPii?© ©a. i?ts Should be on- every holding. Fitted with springs for fast travelling. Light, . — ? ? ? ? : ? strong and durable. ? : ? : — ? ? ^ ? : — ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST FORWARDED PROMPTLY ON APPLICATION., T. H. HICKS, S'SS High St., North Botany, SYDNEY fJi2s7 for h 63s. SUrFl \ Wo put tho NEW CONCAVE; SHOULDER ...Into ovary Suit... Oni of tha greatest features of Lowe's Tailoring is tho New Concave Shoulder and Close-fitting Collar. This la an Innovation I lo perfecting our Tailoring, which we are iustly proud ef. Have tou noticed how awkward and untidy a bulging collar looks ? Or how uusyminetrJcal the ' bottle V shoulder } Nothing like that at Lowe's! Then there are tailors who ...
HIS BEST BARGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
I ' HIS BEST BARGAIN. 'Gecf-pe,' said hio wlfo, looking with crush ing ecorn at the gaudy rug he had bought at la special sale, 'i wonder if ever in your life 'you knew a good bargain when you saw It?' Tho ease was critical. Georgo. saw that some thing bold and decisive must be done, and his mind worked quickly. v 4 'Why/* yes, Laura!' he said. **'Whcn I I wanted a wife I picked out the nicest, sweet est littlo woman in all the world, and 1 got I itho best bnrgaiu any man over got. Thero- ' There, pet!' His victory was instant and comploto. .
HIGH TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
HIGH TIME. 'I trust your honor will cxcuso mo this time,' said an habitual drunkard nt tho pollco !court; 'It Is my mlsfortunty— I am a child of genius.' 'And what. is your age?' .asked the magis trate. 'Forty-two years.' 'Then it la time you wcro weaned. You'll have to -lo fourteen days away from tho bottle.'
No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
The now Act regulating the busi ness of second hand dealers came into effect on January 1st. Under it all persons who make a business of deal- ; ing in second hand wares of any kind must be licensed and registered... They must keep proper books, giving . an account of all their buyings .and sellings, and tho persons from whom they buy. . They cannot sell any article which they purchase until after the lapse of a stipulated ? time. The object of this provision is -to give the police time to trace' stolen . , goods. ? . ' ' ? , .
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH., Byron Bay charge. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
Presbyterian Church., Byron Bay charge. 1st Lord's Day Month — Mullumbim- by 11, Byron Bay 3, Springvale 7.30 2nd Lord's Day, do, — Myocum 11. Silain Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 Si-4 Lord's Day. do. — Bangalow 11, .SpfingVtfie 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Lord's Day — Myooum 11. Coora bell School Njf Arts 2, Mullumbimby 7.30 ; Springvai'c (Mr Marshall, preach er), 2.30 \ 6th Lord's Day— Myocum 11, Main Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby\7.20 ; Spring vale (Mr Marshall, preacher) 7.30 Rev. Richard Dill -ifacky
The Trail of the Serpent. BOOK THE FOURTH. CHAPTER IV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
The - ..Trail o! the Serpent, 3y nvr. as. H^^ssosr. BOOK THE FOURTH. CHAPTER IV. — ( Continued .) Away flies the engine. Was there ever such an open country P Was there ever such a moonlight night ? Was earth ever so fair, or the heavens ever so bright since man s universe was created ? Not for Richard ! He is free ; free to breathe that blessed air ; to walk that glorious earth ; free to track to his doom the murderer of his uncle. In the dead of the night the ex press train rattles into the Euston Square station ; Richard and Gus spring out, and jump into a cab. Even smoky London, asleep under the moonlight, is beautiful in the eyes of Daredevil Dick, as they rattle through .the deserted streets on the way to their destination. CHAPTER V. The Cherokers Take an Oath. The cab stops in a narrow street in the neighbourhood of Drury Lane, before the door of a small public-house, which announces it self in tarnished gilt letters on a dirty board, as ' ' The Cherokee, by Jim Stilson.' Ji...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
I Belling I I Pianos. I I THe Cfoeap- § lest Piar&o we stock is the Bel ling— A It's worth more than we asK for it, but we buy well -£L can sell cheaply. Thousand* in Qiet each one fully gua ranteed to itand all climatoa. Piano Catalogues Post free, yf Paling' s 338 Gaor^o 8t. 6i Sydney
KOERSTZ HAY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
KOERSTZ HAY PRESS. One of the chief advantages' of tlie Koorstz Patent Ilay Press, an illustration of which appears herewith, is that the manufacturers can build it to deal with any sized bale, as may be required by the pur chaser. It is constructed in tho most substantial manner, and of tho best materials pro curable ; it is simply, easily and rapidly operated ; and ' though only weighing about 14 cwt. is of enormous power. In fact, the Koerstz Press will operate most effectively upon as great a number of bales in a day as will the more elabo rate and much more costly presses in the market. Another strong point about this Press is that no trouble ia experienced in filling the back which simply lowers by means of two steel wire ropes, thus ,? '' enabling the operator to placo tlie bag in position with no * difficulty. ' The cost '^jstz .?'5-'ant Hr Vr- Atio ' ? \ . ^e. These attractive^ prices, corn Jf press supply suflicyAit explanation faz machine o\\]om throughout the
Mystery of Lockjaw Germs [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
Mystery of Lockjaw Germs | An extraordinary series of fatali ! ties has been , happening on a field abroad. Laborers working therein were suddenly smitten with the aeatn atroi^j ana perisiied, until it was difficult i?_get anyone to till the Jield. Only one man was lef he had happened to notice that each of the other men had cut themselves, and .albeit tvor so little, they never theless caught the complaint and rapidly perished. This man waB very careful, therefore, not to cut himself, but at last, in a moment of unwariness. he gashed his foot with a hoe^ He bound it up, and went at once to a hospital. ' Tetanus !' said the surgeon there, and gave him .an injection of anti-toxin. Then his story came out. A rigid investi gation (of that five acre field was made, and the ground was found to be unusually laden with the germ of lockjaw, the dread, yet mysterious disease, which had been staying the laborers who had set foot in the rich black soil. AH sril contains the tetanus germ to som...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
' i write: your name here. * We are making a ^ ^ ® specialty- of 63a. ^ Suits lo Order, and want to send you patterns to show you the handsome designs. The fabrics are the very newest, and the cutting is done by experts. In every respect these garments are the work of high-class tailors. Fill in and send the form to-day. Fill in this form, cut' it out and . post to us, and we will send you samples of our 638. Suit* to Order. Name. , „ Address..,..,,.. ? ? ? (PfiDHQO Pn i tdi M#n'8 and Boys' Outfitters, rsdpsb & oU. L 309.311 qeqrqe ST., SYDNEY. SUnlTghT LAUNDRY SOAP Wbcn jrgu havo prorcd tho Yilue of Sunlight Soap you will be equally satisfied if you try Monkey Brand for scouring metal, woodwork and kitchen sinks. THE ROC K D AL E ^CO L L BG B la charmingly situated In Ilsown park^ tb. height! of Rookdale, Sydney, overlooking Lady Robinson's Beaoh, Sans Sonol, Botany Bay, tho Heads and the Ocean. All labjoots are taught by Experienced Masters. Tho boys attend the Churoh of E...
Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
Local .aitd Other items. The Lonton season commences on the 13th. inst. * ? Debating Club's first debate on Tuesday night next. # * Lease Forms. for Sale, at 'Star' Offipe. One shilling each # # A young man named James Russel, died at Kempsoy, from plague. # # Income T.ix Forms properly filled in by R. W. Thompson, Jr. & Co. Mm Abmsteono, of Myocum, has pur chased Mr. Minahan's farm at Burringbar. Me.'W. R. Baker has a good dairy farm to lease for 61 years, and several good dairy properties for right-out sale. For the convenience of suppliers, a cream shed is to be erected at Crabbe's Creek. # # The North Coast Co-operative Creamery Co. is now putting out 113 tons of butter per week. # # POST CARD VIEWS of almost every Beauty Spot in our District, can be obtained at Tubnbdll'b Pharmacy # * ' Reported that the Rev Mr. Wil son's farm at Tyagarah has. been sold at £30 an acre. * * First-class PASPALUM SEED, for Sale, cheap, — JAS PARRISH, Auctioneer, Mullnmbimby. Meeting of com...
THE GUILDHALL GIANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
THE GUIIiDHAIX GIANTS. ? Nearly all the reigning Sovereigns of ) - ? Europe (writes the 'Westminster Ga zette') have been entertained at the Guildhall at one time or another, includ ing the present Sultan of Turkey, who came wun nia laiira, ouitan jvuqui aziz. It wa-? Prince Abdul Hamid. as he then was, who was so vastly interested In the Guildhall giants, Go? and Magog. . His anxiety to learn all about them com pletely nonplussed one of the members of the late Sultan's retinue, who, to stop the embarrassing queries of the youth ful Prince, informed him that 'they re presented the strength and power of the British Constitution.' But the origin of these extraordinary effigies has puz ilio old proverb. zled a good many more than the Turk ish Pasha. The present figures only; date from 1707, their predecssors having been destroyed in tho Great Fire. A Land Interest.— 'And so you are going to marry old Colonel Cilshley? 1 licnr that you lovo the ver.v ground lie walks on?' 'Yes, it belon...
Abstract of Auction Sales. JAS. PARRISH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 7 February 1907
Abstract of Auction Sales. Jas. Parrish. Feb 15 : In conjunction with P. Smith, on the farm at Upper Bur ringbar, 70 head of dairy cattle and springing heifers, separator, horses, etc. Feb 16 : At the MarKet Yards, Mullumbimby, at 2 o'clocK, mixed dairy cattle, horses, furniture and sundries. Feby 21 : 320 head choice, well bred dairy cattle, arid purebred bulls and heifers, at Billinudgel, on ac count Messrs Walkor Bros, and P. Walker. (In conjunction witliR. C Ewing). Feby 28 : 120 head choice dairy cattle, at Myocum, on account Mr. M. Dawson. March 12 : Mr. A. O. Harrigan's choice daily herd, plant etc., at ven dor's residence. March 14 : On account A. MeLeay, Esq, on the farm at Myocum, 70 head very choice cairy cattle. F. P. Ewinq. ? Feb 8 : The whole of Mr. W. J. McDonald's household furniture, at vendor's residence. Feb 7 : At Mr. Parrish's yards, Mullumbimby, at 2 p.m (in conjunc tion with S. Wiley) on account Mr. Mr. J. Strong, and another owner, 100 head of forward and bac...