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Butter Prizes at the Sydney Show. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
itat-ter i'nxes at the Sydney Shotv. In the class devoted to creamery butter, two packages, not less than £50 each, manufactured and packed ready for export, the Ulladulla Re frigerating Butter Co.. Ltd., secured the -first prize with an excellent butter. Their exhibitt possessed all the leading qualities of a very high class article, which would be difficult under any circumstances to beat. Tlie texture of the butter v;ns firm with an even, grain, while the color 'was, straw of .the right shade. It sho(i'ed good keeping qualities, and was a prime export article. The Crookwell Co-operative Butter Co., Ltd., took the second prize with a good example of a, carefully manu factured article, while the Wooclhill Co-operative Dairy Co., Ltd., came third. Among the exhibits particu larly worthy of notice were those from the Illawarra Co-operative Central Dairy Co., Ltd., and the North Coast Co-operative Co., Ltd, which were both highly commended by the judge. The Ulladulla Co. also took fir...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Usual Fortnightly Sale Saturday, 13th April. At Jas. Parrish'9 Market Yards, Mul lumbimby, at 2 p.m. Mixed Cattle, Horses, Etc., Etc. JAS. PAEEISH, ' . Auctioneer. Saturday Next, 6th April. At Jas. Parrish's Auction Mart at 1.30 p.m. Furniture, Pictures, Etc. JAS. PAEEISH has been instructed by Mr, D. J. Burns, wlio has left tho district, to sell tho whole of his choice Furniture by public auction, aa under : — Double and Single Bedsteads Tables of all descriptions Duclieas Combination Chest Chaire, Sofa, Mattresses, and sundries too numerous to mention. Also, About 40 Pairs of Beautiful Pictures , Kitchen Dresser, Fancy Shelves, otc. Tools of all kinds, including Saws, Mall and Wedges, otc. Don't forget — Saturday, 6th April, at 1.30 JAS, PAEEISH, Auctioneer. SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. GENUINE Clearingout Sale Absolutely 'Without Reserve, On the Farm at Monticollum, known as Mr. Davie on THURSDAY, APRIL 11th, 1907. 62 Head Cattle, Horses, &c JAS. PARRISH has been instructed by...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Pianoforte Teaching. Miss Alma White IS prepared to receive Pupils for tlie Pianoforte. Theory and Practice, thoroughly staught. Pupils prepare for Trinity College ^Examinations, Terms on application. Lioinore Steam Monumental Works. Jeffries & J ago, ?(Lato of Root-wood, SydneyJ-, Monumental and 'General Masons, 'KEEN .-STREET (LISMORE. HeaSstories. Kirb'ing and Iron Bailing. ;at Sydney Prices. Clients waited on, if advised, at their ?own homes. Designs 'may /he .seen at Mr M. Mo-: iGougari's, blacksmith and ^undertaker, ! ?who is our local- agent. Builder & Architect. Chas. Speer WISHES to notify to the public of! Mullumbimby and district, that 'he has commenced -business here in the *? ;nbove line., ' C.S. has 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. 'i Nonpareil Bakery DALLTSY STREET, IULLUMBIIBT., €. ...
R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
R. C. Church. Easter Sunday, March 31st — Byron Bay 0 a.m ; Bangalow 11 a.m and 7.30 Sunday, 7th April — Baiigalow 8.30 a.m and 7 30 p.m ; Mullumbimby, 11 a.m Sunday, 7tli April — Bangalow, 8.30 and 7.30 p.m, Mullumbimby 11 a.m. Thursday 4th April — Mr. M Omeara's Tuesday 9th April — J, Walsh's, Ty agarah, (Kelly's Farm) 9 a.m. Sunday 14th April- ByronBay 9 a.m ; Bangalow 11 a.m, and 7.30 p.m Tuesday 16th April — Mr J. Donaghy's, Goonengerry. Thursday 18th April ; Billinudgol, (Mr. Tarlinton's) 9 a.m. Tuesday 23rd April : H. Ellis', Myo cum, 9.30 a.m Tuesday 20th April : W Akers', 9 a, in May 7th: Rosebank, Mr. E Williams', 9,30 a,m May 8th : P Maguire's, dunes, 9,30 a,m Rev. M. P. Walske.
Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Byron Bay Parish Services. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Religious Notices CHURCH OF ENGLAND. . j Byron Bay Parish Services. ! 1st Sunday of Month — Byron Bay 8 a.m. (h.cJ, Myocum 10.30, Billi nudgcl 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 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 (u.c.), Tyagarah 2,30, Byron Bay 7.30 4th Sunday : Byron Bay 11 (h.C.), Cooper's Shoot 2.30, Bangalow 7.30 Rov A, W. Coates
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Cricket, A one-imiings matcli between Main Arm and Tyagarah was played ou Sat urday last, on the latter's wicket, and, as the appended scores show, resulted in an easy win for Main Arm : — Main Aim F. Inskip run out 3 R King c Fletchor b McDcrmid..'. 1 L W. Mitchell, b Curtis ... . ? -2-7 L. King b Pcate ... 2F.- F Smith not out , 32 A. Smith b Buckley ? ... . ... 1 E Law c Peafe 0 A.Livingstone b l'Cttte.^'.;v'::. ?;...? 2 J. Law b Pcate ... , -... 0. ?Sundries - ...' ? ... 7 Tolal . 110 Tiagakaii L Fletchor b L 'King .. .. 0 A. McDcrmid cSmitli b Inskip 5 T. Fogarty o aud b L. King ... 2 \V Condon b Smith ... 13 .1 Pcate c Smith b L King .. G G llaokett c Smi(li b Mituioll . 6 J Sandreson b L King , 0 P. Baldwin b 11. Ring .. ?* ... 2 J. Buckley b R. King' ... ... o i M Baldwin b R King . 0 1) Cm tis not out * C- Sundueb ... 1 Total . 4G
Tick Boundary. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Tick SoiiKdary. i Mi'. C. E. ftiuipson, hon. secretary1 of the Adriculturar Society, is in receipt of the following communica tion from the -Hon. J. Perry, M.P. : — Department of .Miues & Agriculture Stock and Brands, 1 ? Svduev. 27th March, 1907. 1 , Sir,— Referring to the letter pre sented by you from Mr. C. E. Simp- , son, lion, secretary of the Mullnm-: bimby Agricultural Society's com mittee, dated 18th March last, urging the desiiability of fixing the bound ary of the tick infested area now under quarantine on the same liups: as defined by the membei-s of tho Progress Committee at a meetiug held in Burriugbar, I am directed to inform you that tenders havo been called for a fence from Bob's Lookout i to Cudgora headland ou the coast. It . is also proposed to make an altera tion iu the present quarantine bound- . ary to exclude tho traffic at Mul- ] lumbimby. t R. D. Innfs, Chief Inspector of Stock. J. Perry, Esq., M.L.A.
LIME IN SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
I LIME IN SOILS It has'' Ions boon recognised that tlie lln\e In soils is subject to regular loss. This 13 owing to the carbonic acid which is present in rainwater, and also that which is 'being; constantly formed in th«: soil' itself- acting as a solvent to any lime which may be there, and so removing it into the drains or to the general stock of underground water and out of the reach of roots of most gardon crops. Or dinary garden soils which contain up wards of one -per. cent, of lime, and tut little organic matter are subject to a nor mal lc^s of carbonate of lime in the drainage water amounting to about S00 pounds per acre every year. Most of the carbonate of lime present in soils has lieen derived either from the natural , chalk formation of the district, or from artificial applications of chalk to the land, or dressings of quicklime and marl. The loss of this carbonate of lime in soils is increased by the use of manures containing sulphate of ammonia, low grade acid superphos...
THE DAIRY. PURCHASING A DAIRY COW. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
THE DAIRY* PURCHASING A DAIRY COW. In buying a dairy cow one has to de-?' pend largely upon judgmentT but there are a few points that it is well to look to. It is not 'always possible to tell just exactly whether a cow is going to be a first-class animal or not, but we can tell pretty nearly. When you go to purchase a dairy cow you should look at her at a distance, pay, of 25ft. or 30ft., and take in her general conformation. She should have a feminine look, nothing of the steery character about her. The first view you should take is right In front of the cow. Look at her head and breast. She should be large and broad across the breast. Do not pay so much, attention con cerning the difference between the legs 1 as between the .points of the shoulder blades; they should be wide in the particular place. She should have a good, broad, strong mouth, one that will be able to take a great deal of grass In a short time, ucon the same principle that a mower that Is 6ft. wide will cut more g...
THE AMERICAN APPLE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
THE AMERICAN APPLE TRADE. .An apple tree census, taken in the United States during the last fruit sea son, has disclosed a remarkably for ward state of things in production. In referring to the matter last September, a correspondent wrote, in the London 'Times' as follows: — 'We have been favored with the statistics exclusively, and present them to British readers for - the first time; There are now 200,000,000 fruiting apple trees in America, and In spite of the enormous numbers the ; industry is still being extended cach '? year. In California, Washington, and Oregon, the possibilities of choice apple culture are very great, and there apple orchards are being planted out at a rapid rate. From Colorado come the wox like apples which for many years, until we announced their place of origin in the English Press, were handled by the trade and bought by the public as Callfornian Newtowns, Colorado is the State where the famous Spencer seedless apple fruits.' It was anticipated, when th...
A MERE PARAGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
A MERE PARAGRAPH. Down in the deepest and liveliest of all the deep-down gulfs of liquid tire, sizzling and seething and warpiug like an overdone piece of tripe in his soli tary, sulphurous grandeur is an agon ized wretch whose ceaseless howls sometimes strike a sympathetic chord even in the hearts of the attendant devils, who would feel inclined to spill an occasional bucket of water on his fevered brow if they didn't know the awful extent of his iniquity. He is the man who invented the false rumor. — 'Parkersburg (West Virginia) .Dispatch News.' ' ? 'v
THE YOUNG IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
THE YOUNG IDEA. They had all been to church, and the youns minister wae coming home lo dine wlt'i them'. While at dinner they were discussing the new stained-glass window n member had given them. '. 'it Is a most beautiful, piece of workman ship,' said one, 'and must havo cost a great deal of money. Do you have any Idea how much?' 'I rrally do not,' replied the Miniater, 'but it's far Into tho hundreds, I should imagine. ' tent:. .It didn't either,' said little tigroid, two totils tn'lnw rnur'1 ' wa3' ' cost fourteen ' ° -1 trnpence.' ?old, how do you Itnow an,vti..ng 'a, it Eaid at tho bottom of'
DR. WALLACE AND THE SUFFRAGE. NOT OLD ENOUGH BEFORE FORTY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
DR. WALLACE AND THE SUF* PHAGE. NOT OLD ENOUGH BEFORE FORTS. Dt... Alfred Russell Wallace, in tha ' Fortnightly Review ' (January), writes on ' Personal Suffrage,' and suggests what he describes as ' a rational sys tem of representation and election.' IIo ridicules the many curious voting quali fications established at the recent an nual revision, and advocates 'iniversal suffrage: — ' People- are now Becoming disgusted with ail this totally unneces sary waste of time and money, and with the endless snuabbles ot opposing par ties in the registration courts. They want no more tinkering with the (|*iali ficatlon of voters, and will be satisfied with nothing less than one simple and uniform qualification, which, once ob tained, shall require no revision, but shall automatically continue during the life of the voter. In like manner, they require that the mode of election shall be 'horat'ghlj reorganised and simplifi ed, as can easily be done, while every thing in the nature of canvassin...
APPALLING TRAGEDY. THE ARBROATH SMASH. TWENTY-ONE PERSONS KILLED. SOME TERRIBLE SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
APPALL'NC TRAGEDY. THE ARBROATH SSIASH. TWENTY-ONE PERSONS KILLED. SOME TERRIBLE SCENES. English newspapers received by the mail contain full accounts of tlie terrible railway disaster at Elliott Junction, near Arbroath, in ?Scotland, on the 38th Decarabe:-' last, the particulars of which have been contained in cable messages publish ed at the time. Twenty-one per sons wero killed, and many others injured. Amongst those killed was Mr Alexander Black, M,P. for Banff shire. I One journal in its account of the disaster on the following day said: — The conditions under which the dis aster occurred are almost unpre cedented. Since Thursday afternoon a large section of the Norlh British lino has boen snowed up, and many trains lie almost hidden in snow drifts. Dundee, a busy yailway centre, is cut off from evo.\v quarter 'except by the East Coast line. To cope with the extraordinary condition expresses with snow ploughs were sent. 011 L tc dig up tho. lost trains, but failed to reach them...
TO PREVENT INSANITY. NEW METHODS WANTED. INTERESTING SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
TO PREVENT INSANITY. NEW METHODS WANTED. INTERESTING SUGGESTION. Dr. Clifford Allbutt, Regius Professor of Physic In Cambridge University, has a long letter In 'The Times,' on the in crease of and research into Insanity. He condemns tho system of our public asy lums, which, though honorable and hu mane In intention, Is yet, scientifically; 1 speaking, a gigantic muddle. ! 'If,4' he says, 'we except the Londsn County Council's laboratory at Wood ford Bridge, and a few Individual efforts here and there, as at the Wakefield Asy lum, our management of insanity is, scientifically speaking, a chaos,' and the chaos is becoming so petrified that' es cape from it would seem hopeless. We strive with the vast wreckage of cere bral disease, practically disregarding its sources; spend vast sums on hospitals and similar institutions, to which liberal bequests, are frequently made; but what testator leaves money to an organisation of research by physicians and patho logists into the sources from w...
THE "OLD-FASHIONED CHRISTMAS" FALLACY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
THE 'OLD-FASHIONED CHRIST MAS' FALLACY. The tamous frosts of history have (the 'County Gentleman' points out) been re produced within our own recent memory in the great frost of 1895; and when we look through the weather chronicle kept by Gilbert White 'when George the Tlilrd was King' we see that mild open' De- 1 cember and January weather was no less common in those days than It is now. In all probability the Bngllsli climate has not definitely and permanently altered— periodical variations and so-called cycles thero must always be— for at least five tor six hundred years, since fhe gradual clearing of the once vast forests lessened the amount of the annual Rainfall and tho cold which excess of raiqX'.ill brings. ' ? / ht.s fnn'iily well dlRcouucclcd. Four divorces
[?]SPECTED MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
?'-^toaoSPECTED MILLIONAIRE. AMASSED L1, 500, 000 IN 50 TEARS. . In these days of publicity the million aire does not, as a rule, 'blush unseen.' so that it came as a surprise to people to see an unfariiiliar 'name in connection with the LI, 500, 000 worth of property left in the first big wills of 1907. The millionaire was Mr Ludwig Loef fler, who was known only to a small circle of business friends, who never suspected his enormous wealth, or that he was entirely a self-made man. A native of Austria, Mr Loeffler came to this country. 50 years alto (says Finish of the Kangaroobia Handicap. 'Lloyd's Weekly') to practise his pro fession as an electrical engineer. Join ing Messrs Siemens Bros., the telegraph and electrical engineers, in the early and humbled ? days of their enterprise, he contributed materially to their success.] Relinquishing to a great extent his- en gineering work, he threw himself whole heartedly Into the commercial side of the undertaking. As the business grew, s...
ANTI-SUICIDE BUREAU. "GENERAL" BOOTH'S NEW SCHEME A GREAT SUCCESS CLAIMED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
ANTI-SUICIDE BUREAU. -=*? 'GENERAL' BOOTH'S NEW SCHEME A GREAT SUCCESS CLAIMED. i«ondon newspapers up to the 5th ult. devote a good deal of space to describ ing the working of 'General' Booth s Anti-Suicide Bureau. It is asserted that, on the first three days, no fewer than - 82 lives were saved by means of the. bureau. THE SCHEME. The object is to provide sound busi nesslike advice for those who are driven 1 to despair and thoughts of suicide »y difficulties of any kind. In most cases suicide would be averted by such advice, f and difficulties whicn might appear In superable would be quickly over-v)me. , This advice will be given daily, free of charge, to men and women of all classes by 'Colonel' Isaac Unsworth _ and 'Colonel' Mrs Barker, of the Sal vation . Army, at 101 Queen Victoria , ? street, E.C. The officers may be con; suited daily between 10 a.m. arid 5.30 p.m., or letters may be addressed to them at the office. Relatives and friends may apply tor advice concerning those a...
LEGION OF HONOR. SOCIALIST MINISTER'S DECORATION. TAKE AWAY THAT BAUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
LEGION OF HONOR. SOCIALIST MINISTER'S DECORA TION. TAKE AWAY THAT BAUBLE. The correspondent of the 'Daily News' writes from Paris on 17th Janu ary; — M. Vivian!, Minister of Labor, though t^ he was doing a fine thing and a popular' thing (in the estimation. of the working classes) when he selected a miner for the decoration of the Ijez'M'.i. But he reckoned without his 'G.C.T.' imj itinera siuuu iui wiul formidable body, the General Confede ration of Labor, the vanguard of the Socialist Army. The 'G.C.T.' is about as irreconcilable with tha classes as the Romanist hierachy with the laics who would orognise public worship. They are fcx- thorough-going as to de nounce the election of Socialist members to tho 'Bourgeois Parliament.' M. VI viani's acceptance of a portfolio in a 'bourgeois' Ministry, a Ministry which, like every other, represents the 'capital- ist' interest, they regard as an act of treacliery to the 'proletariat' cause. So the Central Committee, which has an office in P...
A LITTLE KNOWN LAND. FIFTY NEW GROUPS OF ANIMALS. EXPLORERS STOPPED BY ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
A LITTLE KNOWN LAND. FIFTY NEW GROUPS OF ANIMALS. EXPLORERS STOPPED BY ICE. Dr. Erich Zugmayer, the Austrian ex plorer, has returned to Leh, in Kash mir, from an expedition towards the cast and south-east of Tibet, in a hith erto entirely unknown region. Tiie explorer expresses himself highly satisfied with the scientific results of the journey. Among the zoological speci mens he has secured are twenty new species and fifty new groups of small animals. Next to the exploration of unknown land (says Reuter) a collection of 'data. , for the correction of existing maps ap pears to him to be particularly import ant, and he severely condemns what he characterises as 'the misleading levity' with which geographical details are often treated by cartographers. Of great importance geologically is N - — . the fact, ascertained beyond all doubt, of the existence of recent volcanic con formations in Tibet, a well-konwn con troversial point. The botanical speci mens gathered at an altitude of sixt...