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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. C. J. MacAulay*

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOMELY FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

HOMELY FARJ& Snow Balls. — Required: One cupful of rice, one pint of milk, a little salt, vanilla essence to flavor, one ounce of sugar, half a pint of custard sauce. KmSi small cupful of rice throughly and[^BB| it in a double boiler with one milk and the salt. Boil slowly tl^^^H der and the milk is absorbed. sweeten and flavor to taste and pu^^H| small wet cups. ..When cold turn a deep dish and pour custard carefully round. Garnish as dosireWWT serve. Silk Pudding. — Required: Two ounces of tapioca, half a pound of red jam, a little lemon juice. Wash the tapioca thoroughly and soak it over-niglvt in a pint and a half of cold water. Next day . add the jam to this, stir thoroughly and put into a. pie dish; Place In the oven all together and bake, stirring occasion ally, till cooked. This Is good either hot or cold. If served cold, turn out to forai a mould, and pour custard . round the dish. Picked Onions — Two quarts of onions, one quart of vinegar, quarter' of an ounce of p...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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SALVATION ARMY. Every Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

Salvation Army. Everr Sundav. .. d Murliatnbimby, 7 and lla.ui, and 1 3 ano\7 p.u^ ^ I

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

THE LABIES' GOL^Ii. HEALTH HINTS. A Pal nless I-oul t ice.— To prevent' mus- tard plasters from blistering the skin, mix them with the white of an egg. A Bilious Headacho. --The juice of a lemon taken before breakfast will often mire n bilious headache: but no sugar must be taken with it. For the Throat. — A teaspoonful of glycerine added to the woll-boaten white, of an egg, the juice of a lemon, and enough sugar to make palatable, will re lieve hoarseness. To Cure Corns. — A piece of lemon bound over a corn, and changed* daily for three days, will loosen a corn so much that It may be easily removed if the foot be soaked for a few minutes in warm water. Old Sores, — Oil of turpentine makes a good dressing for old sores that have developed a tendency to gangrene. The pure oil of turpentine should be applied by saturating a clean cloth and spread ing it on the sore. ^ Value of Camphor. — If suffering with rheumati.im or neuralijic pains that call for -strong outward applications, a fe...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

It is reported a rather nncail^j^^H perience bofel a lady while travelU^^H by coach to Cora ki on Monday morH^f ing abont 3 a.m., to catch the boa^^J for Sydney. Her husband and dri ver were 6eated on the front seat , and the lady with the children, were inside the vehicle. The night was very dark, With every appearance o£ rain. The coach was fitted with- two lights, each with a double reflector. About three miles from Coraki, the lady who was looking sleepily [inter, ! the darkness or, the right side of Tfhe-^ road suddenly decried, jt '' woman, dressed in grey, and walking on- the- v| top rail of a jjence. She gripped herv $ son's (aged 8 years) arm. and -ex- ^ ;| claimed, 'hook, what is that 'the' ? I lad cried ' Oh ! mother, a wo-man,'? . . | The lady was bo . startled that for' ; over five minutes she could' not. tell her male companions what had hap pened. She declared jpositively that the light shope full on the figure of A a woman and she could mark eveflb|fl detail iii. the...

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IDEAS FOR INVENTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

IDEAS FOR INVENTORS. . A machiuc is still wanted that will open oysters (says a technical paper). If you can make one that will do the woi-U satisfactorily, it may make you independent for life. Too difficult? Take au easy one, -then. How about ft substitute for carpet— just a floor cov ering that will serve the same purpose at less cost? You can be a multlmil lion.iii'e within a year or two if you can solve that little problem. Here's an other: an envelope that cannot be opened without detection is yet to be invented. Can you solve that problem? The bottle that cannot be refilled. Thou sands of people have scratched their heads over It, nnd hundreds of patents have been granted for such. bottles; but tho trouble with them all Is that they cost too 'much. Can't you think of a way to fasten panes in windows with out the use of putty? Puzzle that out, and you won't have to do any more work. ' ? ' The upper deck, on the starboard side, of the wrecked battleship Montagu at Lundy Island ...

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AN OPIUM EATER. REMARKABLE CONFESSION. MARRIAGE OF A "BISHOP'S" SON. SUIT FOR SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

AN OPIUM EATER. REMARKABLE C CONFESSION. MARRIAGE OP A 'BISHOP'S' SON. ' ' SUIT FOR SEPARATION. An extraordinary story of the freeks of a victim o£ the morphia habit wed told in the Divorce Court, London (says the 'Dally Express') during the hearing of the suit of Mrs Gladys McL,aglen for a judicial separation from her husband, Mr Sidney McLaglen, oh the ground ot his alleged cruelty. Mr McLaglen is a son of 'Bishop' A. C. McLaglen of the 'Church of God.' Mr Shearman, who appeared for Mrs McLaglen, said that his client was for ? merly Miss Gladys .Rose. She was a member of a very religious family, and was herself an enthusiast on the sub ject of religion. Without the knowledge j of her parents she answered the adver . tisement of a matrimonial agency, and so became acquainted w'lth Mr McLag len. When her parents were informed tliat he was the son or a bishop, they were naturally delighted, and made no objection to the marriage. They were married in June, 1895, and Mr Shearman declar...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

Miscellaneous. At the Delegate Show a special prize is offered for the best lady rider astri o. Dating the first half of 1900 Broken Hiii Proprietary Co. earned a net profit oE £314,250.. The increase of stock iu N.S.W. last year were '29,oBG horses, 235, 686 cattle, and, 4,951,969 sheep. .It ia said that Severn 1 occupants of a Chinese camp at West Wyalong have recently succumbed to bcrri berri. The balauco-shcel of tho Australian Agricultural Company shows a profit of £99.2oi-, and £10,000 is to bo ad ded to the. reserve fund. On the llunnymede Estate 17 men are employed in cutting Noogoora bnrr. Tho weed has taken possession of both banks of tho Upper Richmond A canvass is to be made for dona tions towards buildiug a new pavilion on the Lisntore show ground. Tho . committee have subscribed about one hundred pounds. A codfish was caught in Ranger's Valley, Glen Iunes, weighing, when cleaned, 191b. It was found to eon tain a trout of lib. weight and a black duck. Over 60,000 oil-we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

SHUsual Fortnightly Sale. KItURDAY, 2nd MARCH, 1907 At 2 p.m. ^^&At the Market Yards, Mullumbimby. Hf . On account Owners : ? 20 Forward Springers ? 20 Backward. Springers ™ Have buyers for 200 licad -Podn^^fe| to 12 months. Owners pleaso bring tlieir youn^HH| along. . Alto, in tlie Mart : 2 Tons Potatoes And Sundries ? At 2 p.m. sharp. ROLL UP ! JAS. PARRISH, ^ Auctioneer. FRIDAY, 1st 'MARCH, 1907. CLEARING-!) UT SALE At Crabbe's Greek. 80 fiead Dairy-Cattle. JAS. PARRISH and S. WILEY (in conjunction) have received instruc tions from Mr. W. G. Lloydr tc sell by auction, on the Farm, at Crabbe's Creek, on _ Friday, 1st March, his Splendid - Dairy Herd, Plant, &c., as under : ... 44 Milkers ,'H. 18 Dry Cows 3 Sprmging Heifers C Poddy Heifers 6 Bull Calves : G do. on bucket 1 Bull k , 1 Sow and litter of 9 R. 1 Sow and litter of 6 ^?2 Sows, in pig , jjlhL Globo Separator, 100 gal., nearly new ?^^KCream cans and buckets. Mp^^cheori4l.30r--Salo 8t l2._ - Auctioneers' Not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

Pianoforte Teaching. Miss Alma White i IS prepared to receive Pupils for the ' Pianoforte, — s Theory, and Practice thoroughly taught.' Pupils prepare for Trinity College Examinations. Terms on aplication. DAKIN BROTHERS, Architects and Builders,. {Late of Sydney) WISH to notify the public that they have started in Business in Mullumbimby in the above line. | No fees charged for plans, etc. if ' the Building is erected by the firm. All work faithfully performed, and done in a thoroughly tradesmanlike manner. Charges modorate. Temporary Premises — Late ' Star' Office, Burringbar-street. ? ? DAKIN BROS. Builder & Architect. _ Chas. Speer 'TfXTISHES to notify to the public of T » Mullumbimby and district, that he has commenced business here in the — above line. C.S. lias had wide experience on the South ?Coast and in the Western dis tricts, an can guarantee the utmost ??satisfaction in all branches of the trade. 'Plans prepared and estimates, given, 'Charges moderate. Nonpareil...

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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

^ \R. C, Church. Sunday, March St -Mass, Mull am*, bimby, 11 a.m. Rev. M. P. Walshe.

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Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

Religious Notices C1IURCH OF ENGLAND. 1st Sunday of Month — Byron Bay r' 8 a.m. (h.cJ, Myocnm 10.30, Billi nudgel 2.80, Mnllumbimby 7.30 Jj Byron.. Bay Parish Sevvices.. -A 2nd Sunday — Bangalow 11, (H.C) Coorabell Creek 2.15, p,m (School of; Arts) Byron Bay 7.30 3rd Sunday: Mullumbimby 11 a.m (H.c.), _Tyagarah 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Sunday : Byron Bay 11 (h.c.)}i Cooper's Shqpt 2,30, Bangalow 7.30 Rev A. W. Coates -r

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Electricity Direct From Heat. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

Electricity Direct From Heat. The astounding news comos from Newark, Now Jersey, that a practical apparatus has been devised which convert coal into the electric fluid without the, intervention of boilers, steam engines or dynamos. ' Edison has been working for many years to accomplish this wonder, but the solution of this problem has not come from his brain. It has eman ated from Mr. J. H. Reid, ft consult ing engineer and a Scotsman, who when ho first landed in America, could speak no other languago than Gaelic. His success has not bsen the result of some lucky accident, but of hun dreds of careful and systematic ex periments. To describe tho process would be very interesting to the expert, but too techn ical for the average reader It may be said, howover, that tho materials are cheap and last indefi nitely, the mechanism is simple and easily constructed, as the mainten ance of tho plant is practically nil, for there are no moving parts to wear out or break down, and skilled en gi...

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LESE MAJESTE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

LESE MAJESTE. The Vienna correspondent of the Milan ' Secolo' vouches for tho fol lowing almost incrodiblo story : — At Lemberg, in G alicia, an ac countant of an industrial establish ment, whose brother . is a noted Polish artist, entered a tobacconist's shop where he was slightly known to buy cigarettes. Having made the purchase of some of the brand the Emperor Francis Joseph nlli.cts the buyer found that he had left his purse at home, and somewhat brus quely told the shopkeeper that hn would pay to-morrcw. This elicited the equally curt retort that ' Im perial cigarettes were not sold on credit.' An altercation followed, ending in the customer throwing the cigarettes back on the co'intnr with tlio exclamation : ' Then tlio Im perial cigarettes may go to tho devil !' He then loft the shop. Days passed,, and the accountant had for gotten the affair, when .suddenly ho was summoned to appear beforo the . District Court, where, it wus ex plained to him, ho would bo charged with having...

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FERMENTATION IN CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

FERMENTATION IN CREAM. The ripening or souring ot cream is a process of fermentation which is set up by a particular organism called the bacillus of the lactic acid, since this is the acid which it produces in the milk as the result of its life activity. The old chemical theory of fermen tation which is associated with the name of Liebig and his followers explained it on purely chemical grounds. . His idea was that. the turning of the milk sugar into' lactic acid was brought about by a direct process of oxidation, or a process wftich. followed on oxidation. According to this theory, a cow running about and breathing quickly ought to yield a milk particularly liable to become acid with unusual rapidity. About the year 1S57 Pasteur discovered and isolated the organism named above, which was proved to be the essential .cause of those changes which produce the souring of cream. If therefore the souring of cream is to be regulated with accuracy, Some knowledge of the char acter of these ...

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THE MAISETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

THE MAISETTE. The latest addition to my larly's equipment is, according to the ' Cri de Faris,' the Maisette, a xon trivnnco that can be mado to servo the mimeses of a fan, a lorgnette, or a motor-mask, as occasion may require. It is stated to be tho in vention of the young Queen cf Spain, who lias introduced tlio ingenious 1 Anything into the elegant world of Madrid, whore it has quickly leapt into popularity. In .appcarancc the Maisetto is not unliko a fan with a long handle, and its manipulation gives ample opportunity for the dis play of a graceful, well-rounded arm ami of glittering bracelets and rings. A brilliant future is predicted for this Royal invention, as it can l:o mado in quite simple stylo, or stud ded with precious stonos( according to taste and means. Give us courage and gaiety and the quiet mind. Giv«u us to awake with smiles. Give us to labpt smiling. Give us health, food, bright weather, ond light heart.— Robert Louis Stevenson. 'I gather from this «rtlclc,' he ...

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DRAMA'S INTERPRETERS. THE CRITICS CRITICISED. "FINEST ACTING I HAVE SEEN." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

DRAMA'S INTERPRETERS. THE CRITICS CRITICISED. 'FINEST ACTING I HAVE SEE^.'' E.F.S. writes In the 'Westminster Ga zeVe': — ? i I,'„ the 'Grand Magazine' of this month appears an interesting article en titled 'Tl.e Finest Acting I Have Seen.' t Tt rnnRtstn tZ short statements bv fifteen writers as to the 'finest' pieces of act ing seen by each of them. Of the fifteen : writers, nine are or have been dramrMe critics, four are dramatists, and one, 1 Modfiir.e de Navarro, was Miss Mary Anderson. . I A careful study of the statements dis- ' 'closes the fact that, although all save ? three name several performances, there . Is nothing like unanimity among the ] writers. Ten refer to acting by Irving: j two select his Hamlet, four his Gregory Brewster, four his Becket, two his Shy lock and his Louis XI.; Charles I. and his work in 'The Bells' and 'The Z.yona Mail' are mentioned — of course, some of the writers refer to more than one piece ot acting by him. Four speak of Bern hardt, three ot...

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WILLIAM GILBERT. THE ENGLISH ARISTOPHANES. STORIES OF HIS CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

WILLIAM GILBERT. THE ENGLISH ARISTOPHANES. STORIES OF HIS CAREER. Mr William Schwenck Gilbert, wlio is in harness again, and whose ever-fresh and welcome The Yeomen of the Guard has recently been reproduced at the Savoy, has just passed the allotted age of three score and ten without any signs of decreasing vigor. He is still (says 'M.A.P.') the same caustio-tongued cynic and autocratic 6tage-manager as of yore, and, though 'silvered Is the ra ven hair,' there is a good deal of youth ful fire left in the dramatic veteran. He was born on the 18th November, 1836, at 17 Southampton street, Strand, so is an uncompromising Londoner. Ho was educated at Ealing School, and then, for five years— 'five miserable years,' Is how Mr Gilbert calls them — remained as a clerk in the Privy Council Office .study ing meanwhile for the Bar. When he was called ho nervously waited for cli ents, and by degrees they came along. The first to test the young barrister's abilities was a Frenchman, who was so d...

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DEVON LOVE TRAGEDY. MURDER AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 28 February 1907

DEVON LOVE TRAGEDY. /j MURDER AND SUICIDE. M.\ A terrible crime was committed oimTf , 12th December at Barnstaple, w«fi single young woman, named ^^Ua Brown, under 30 years of age, wal mur- | dered by her jealous lover, a yoiing man ' named Ash, In the highway close to tho borough. i Her throat was cut from e|ir to ear, i her head being almost severed, ;and there j were several stabs 011 the shoiSlder and | breast. The young woman rttrmerly 1 lived at Barnstaple with her parents, but since their death she hail resided in a house at Lake, a hamlet closet to the borough. ' .' ^ I The crime, vv^^M^BkHjHMWatcd at j the bottom of two boy^^^Hm^|^^H|^HHj£rm. vvas another witness of the crime, anc! was severely stablied In the breast by Ash, who immedia.ely mado of£. The police, who were at once commun nicated with, proceeded to the scene and convoyed the woman's body to the mor tuary of the North Devon Infirmary. Later the body of John Ash, the mur derer, was found on the railway close to ...

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