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Byron Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Byron Shire Council. The postponed vegulaT meeting of the Council was hold in the Shire Hall on Friday, March 22nd. Present Crs. Jarman (President in the chair), Bate, Macgregor, Collings, Banner, Armstrong, and the Shire Engineer and Clerk. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed and. outward correspondence read and approved of. Inward correspondence was read and received to be dealt with. Tyagarah Boundaries. The President stated there was a gentleman from Tyagarah, Mr Flick, who wished to interview the Council regarding Tyagarah boundaries, and so as not to delay Mr. Flick unneces sarily they would deal with tho mat ter at once. Mr. Flick was present owing to an unavoidable delay occur ring to obtaining the signatu res to a representative petition from the resi dents of Tyagarah, but the petitiou would be forwarded in a few clays. Cr Banner was curious to know why Tyagarah residents wanted tho boun daries altered. Cr. Armstrong said that Tyagarah people transacted...
CULTURE OF THE CARNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
CULTURE OF THE CARNATION. The simplest method of increasing the stock of any particular variety of carna tion is by means of layering. All who grow carnations will have noticed that during the summer, while the flower shoots were forming, a number of the growths or shoots developed at the base of the plant. The term 'layering' is used to indicate the method which is employed to make these shoots form roots, and so become independent plants. It is important to have the shoots lay ered in good time, so that they may be come well established and well rooted be fore the winter sets in. To carry out the work of layering, re move all the leaves on that portion of the stem of the shoot which is most con veniently brought to the ground, roughly, about 6in. from the end. Then, when all the shoots have been prepared in this way, with a sharp penknife make an upward cut from that portion of the stem whence the leaves have been removed. This cut must be made very carefully, ! otherwise one is l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
a THE FREEMAN & WALLACE ^ Phenomenal Success in Curing . MEM'S j 7^^ Diseases 9 GEORGE SIMPSON, rjIIA Pi inrmnllu - ? g Putoralist, Victoria. l ? H Cured of Nerve Weakness. tO t lie FtlCt t fl (it * fl I WE KNOW HOW. i u. By our method we aro enabled to roaoh tho vital spot ^ith our direct troatment, w J*)11 ^ d',vea every disease germ from the system by going to tho root of tho disordor, H We invariably obtain satisfactory results because our soarcliiug examination brings to a licnb tlie noluro aud extent of tho trouble. Our experience in curing fchj Diseases of | _ Mon extends over a long period. Our facilities and our treatment is most certain and j perfect, ; We especially invito those who have deep-soated and chronic disorders to oal- and be examined, Consultation and examination ia free and carries with it no obligation ? to engage our services. H Our Institutes are equipped with tho most modern and scientific mechanical B i devices for the treatment of ohronio and pol...
MEASURING A HAYSTACK. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
MEASURING A HAYSTACK. In the accompanying illustrations, Fig. ! 1 shows how to measure a stack with square ends, and Pig. 2 one with slop ing ends. In the first case, the method of calculation is to multiply (in feet) the length ' by 'the -breadth and by the. aum of ' the height from the ground to the eaves and one-third of the height from the eaves to the peak. Example: Length 20 ft, breadth 15 ft., height to eaves 10 ft, eaves to peak 3 ft.; 20 mul tlnlied bv. 15 (10 nlus one-third of 3) equals 20 multiplied by 15 multiped by -11 equals 3330 cubic feet. In the case of Pig. 2 the method of measurement is to multiply the bottom length by bottom breadth; (b) multiply length of oaves by breadth of eaves; (c) multiply bottom length added to length of eaves by bot tom breadth added to breadth of eaves; add results of A, B, and C; di vide G, and multiply by height of eaves. ! . ! This gives tho contents boloiv the eaves, To find the contents above the eaves— (d) Multiply length of eaves ...
Send Off and Presentation. TO MR. H. W. WEIGALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Send Off' and Presentation. TO MB. H W. WEIGALL. On Wednesday night last a number of Mr. Weigall's friends assembled Tat Gurney's Hotel and entertained . :liim at a send off and presented him /with. an illuminated address, prior to his departure from Mullumbimby. During the evening songs were ren ? 'dered by members oE the company, and a convivial 'time spent. Mr. A. 'Cameron occupied the chair, and ??after .proposing ' The King, which Tvas duly .honored, called upon Cr. Macgrcgor to propose the toast of tlie ?evening, ' Our Quest.' ? 'Councillor Macgrcgor, in proposing ifclie toast, said he was pleased, to be ?present to particioate in the little function -to Mr. Weigall, who was well known 'to them all, and a mem 'ber of a profession which, he might ?say, he adorned. .Sometimes send -offs were given to people who -did nothing to warrant them, ibut !he thought that -in nearly all cases 'they Tvould err on the right side if they :gave everyone going away some 'littile liit of a send...
FARMYARD MANURE AND ITS APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
- FARMVARD MANURE AND ITS APPLICATION. It has been said that tillage Is ma nure,' and undoubtedly the fertility o£ our soils depends very largely upon the cultivation they receive; but to obtain a full crop we must have more than cul tivation; we must have plant food, and this food must be near the surface and within reach of the crops. With plant food and surface cultivation we have ideal conditions for a full crop. # With the failing fertility of our soils comes the questions: 'How can we make the most' of our plant food?' 'How ? can we best care for our farmyard ma * nure that we may obtain tho most from it?' Possibly we can the better under stand the care and application of ma nure by studying for a moment or two the natural conditions of our virgin .soils. We And, upon examining them, . that they are very loose and pl|a'ble. They hare little or no adhesive proper ties. Why? Because from year to year the leaves and grass growing upon them are returned to the land through decay, ...
DISINTERESTED! [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
\ DISINTERESTED! I At a , Parliamentary election meeting hold In a email Ayrshire village recently a plough man got up to speak In favor of the Liberal candidate. Nccbour mon.' he. Raid, 'If yo pit 1;» tho Lcoberal wo'll gel. cheap breed, chenp meal, cheap floor, cheap tea an' sugar, cheap beef, an* cheap claes. Ay, frcen's, wo'll get cheap everything.' 'But If everything gets cheap, yer wac^'ll com* doon tae,' cried a volco from the audi ence. After Fomo roughing nnd shuffling to cot n , reply, tho ploughman exclaimed, 'Ah, weel, what's the oriels? I'm goun awa' tao Australia -» month on.v wey.
The Trail of the Serpent BOOK THE FIFTH. CHAPTER IV. THE CAPTAIN, THE CHEMIST, AND THE LASOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
..Trail of the Serpent... 1 By JVC. E. BHA.D3DOKT. BOOK THE FIFTH. CHAPTER IV. | The Captain, the Chemist, and the Lasoar. In the drawing-room of a bouse in a small street leading out of Regent Street aro assembled, the morning after this opera-house recontre,- three people. It is almost difficult' to imagine three persons more dissimilar than those who compose this littlo group. On a sofa near the open window, at which the autumn breeze comes blowing in over boxes of dusty London flowers, reclines a Mntlomun. whose bronzed and bearded face, and the military style even of the loose morning undress which he wears, proclaim him to be a soldier. A very handsome face it is, this soldier's, although darlconed not a little by a tropical sun, and a good deal shrouded by the thick black moustache and beard which conceal the expression of the mouth, and detract from the individuality of the face. He is smoking a long cherry-stemmed pipe, the bowl of which rests on the floor. A short distance...
THE HUMORIST [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
THE HUMORIST, - Guest : There's a mouse in my bedroom. Hotel Manager (to boots) : Hero, James, take up a cat to room 99 at once. * ' ~ 'Is your son's collegiate education of any practical value?' 'Oh, yes ; it cured his mother of bragging about him.' She (visiting the graye of her flrBt husband) —Ah! If it wasn't for the war you wouldn't now be my husband, Jim, Jim : What a curse is war I Mother (to convalesccing boy): Now, Bobble, in case you should want me, Just ring this .? boll. Bobbie : Cut, mamma, I'm- strong -, enough to ring it all the time. What's the Use?— 'I once knew a man who could speak sevon languages.' 'What did ho :.- do?' 'Keep etill most of the time and lis- ; tened to his wife.' ? Tom : How did Dick happen to marry the only onev that was left of eight sisters? Harry: ,.f Simple enough; he gets only one-eighth of a mother-iu-law that way. Father : But I am afraid he is a young man of». fickle character. Daughter : Oh, no, he . - isn't, papa. Ho has smoked tho same...
HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
HOMELY FADE, *- Chicken Cream in Jelly. — Required : Cold chicken, tablesj. oonful of buttor or cream, the yolk of egg, ? pepper and salt, a little : parsley, quarter of a pintle? -aspic jelly, 'salad. Take —the itoKf fowl, pass it twice through a mincing machine, antl pound it with the butter, seasoning, and c:-eam. Beat up the ogg, add to the mixture, place a-11 in a basin over a snucepanful of boiling water, and cook gently while stirring, td 1 all is nicely blended. Turn out on to a dish to cool. Lino small moulds with the applj jcli.v,, dust over this a little chopped yolk of hard-boiled ogg, and fill up the cavity with the chicken. When quite set. turn out in a circlc on a dish, fill the middle of this with a dressed salad, and you will have a dainty dish. . Charlotte Russ_\ — Required : Hall' an . cuncj of geietine, half a pint of cream, two ounces of caster sugar, ? juice of half a lemon, Savoy biscuit, a little brifhay. Soak the gelatine m a gill of cold yatcr fot*. an hour...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Byron Bay charge. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Presuvteman Church., Byron Bay charge. 1st Lord s Day Month — Mullumbim- by 11, ByronBay 3, Springvale 7.30 2nd Lord's Day, do. — Myocum 11. Main Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 3rd Lord's Day, do. — Bangalow 11, Springvaie 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Lord's Day — Myocum 11. Coora bell School of Arts 2, Mullumbimby 7.30 ; Springvalo (Mr Marshall, preach er), 2.30 5th Lord's Day — Myocum 11, Main Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.20 ; Spring vale (Mr Marshall, preacher) 7.30 Rev. Richard Dill Micky
THE LADIES COLUMN. HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
THE LABIES C8LUMN. 1 ? ? -? ? ? — r HEALTH HINTS. I , * , As a home-made hair stimulant try the following: — Take of jaborandi leaves, rosemary, chinchona bark and capsicums equal- quantities. Reduce all to a coarse powder. Place in a vessel with wide 'neck. Shake well down. Now mix gly cerine and strong acetic acid in equal parts and pour on a sufficiency to cover the drugs. 'Shake -well. Then allow to remain untouched for fourteen days. Now straip through coarse linen. Keep the fluid in a corked bottle. Next place the drugs in a jar cover with boiling water, aind keep ho-t for twelve hours. Strain off the liquid. Mix the two liquids, and again: strain through a fine cloth. Measure the liquid; and. add so much glycerine as shall make one half the quantity. Shake. This preparation is very strong. It is intended for keep ing and must be diluted with water un til, it is suciently weak not to irritate the skin. Only a small quantity should be diluted on each each occasion, as the addit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
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NEAREST HOUSE TO FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
NEAREST HOUSE TO FRANCE. The distinction of occupying a resi lience nearest to France front the Eng lish coast must be credited to Mr Nealo, a London architect, who h»s pur chased the l.ower Lighthouse nt the South ForoTaud, and adapted il to the requirements of a dwelling house. The lighthouse is perched on the towering white cliffs, 800 l'eet high, which are such a notable landmark in the Eng lish Channel. Little alteration has been made so far as outward structure is concerned. A11 additional window has been constructed in me room Immedi ately under the old light, and from tliis a panoramic view reaching from Dover Harbor and Shakespeare Cliff right round to the South Goodwin light and across St. Margaret's Bay is ob tained. ?
Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Local and Other Items. Lease Forms for Sale, at ' Star ' OlSoe. One shilling each The Tweed horse, Sirocco, won the double at Balliua Races on Monday. # # Mullumbimby has now a morning mail delivery, commencing from the 22nd inst. # * Mr Thomas Farrow, aged about 37, died in Lismore .Hospital from typhoid fever. # * . ? Monday last was a public holiday. There was a good crowd at the Heads, while other pleasure resorts were well patronised, *. * There was a good attendance at Mr. Parrish's regular fortnightly sale on Saturday, and nearly every thing offered was sold at good prices. .* .* WniLST on tho South Coast, Mr P. Walker offered Mr Musgrave £1-5 for his Durham bull ' Belmont,' but the owner declined to part. * * On Thursday, lltli. April, Mr. Parrish submits to auction, at Monte-, collum, the dairy herd aud plant of Mr. Davis. * . * Strong and Brooke are the success ful tenderers for the erection of a post aud telegraph office at Banga low, price £667. M6DOUGALL is still going ...
THE MILKING SHORTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
THE MILKING SHORTHORN. The ubiquitous Shorthorn, says Pro fessor Primrose M'Connell, a' Well known authority in Great Britain, is .one of the most useful all-round animals of the cattle kind, and, perhaps, the breed is in most universal use, while for dairying purposes it lias come more and more into favor since the modern development of .the new milk trade. At the same time it is more than likely that the . average Shorthorn man does not realise what his cow is capable of doing, or how much she may be im proved. The average yield of milk of all cows of the United Kingdom is put at 450 gallons per head per annum; an or dinary good dairy will run to over 600 where the cows are milked for, say, ten months. iThe British Dairj' Farmers' Association some years ago fixed 850 for a registered Shorthorn, but I am credit ably informed that the Wye Agricultural College, in Kent, has graded Its herd of Shorthorns to 1000 gallons per head per Annum. It has been a common experi ence to come acro...
Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Rainfall. -The rainfall at Billinudgel J for ...J March, aa registered by Mr T. W. Chawner, was 28.02 inches, and for th_o quarter ending 31st March, 63.83 inches. Rainfall at the Upper Pocket, as recorded by Mr McCalman, since the commencement of the year: — Janu- ary, 12.11 inches ; February, 21.99 inches; March, 40.98 inches. ? -i The rainfall at Mullumbimby, as : registered at the Post Office, since the - beginning of the year was : January, 11.81 inches ; February, 11,57 inches j March, 19.99 inches. It is difficult to understand the discrep- , ancy between the Mullumbimby, Billinud gel and Upper Pocket rainfalls for March. considering the little distance between eaoli1 The only conclusion ono can come to is that i f thero must be a good deal in the position . / . of the guago. Mr. McCalman keeps tho ^ - racord 'at tho Pocket for the Observatory, and is suppliod with an up-to-date guage. ? : , The regulations state that tha guage must » * j he fixed in the open, in such a posit...