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ARMY STORES BURNT. THE GREAT PORTSMOUTH FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
ARMY STORES BURNT. j THE GREAT PORTSMOUTH FIRE. It is estimated that damage to tho ex tent of over L250.000 was done by a fire which occurred on the military section of the Gun Wharf at Portsmouth during the early hours of New Year's morning. The. fire broke out in the camp store de partment (says tho ' Daily Express.') The block of buildings was three hun dred feet long.and contained largequanti ties of equipment for use by troops when under canvas. Hundreds of bales, each containing twenty-five blankets, tents, mattresses, and water-proof sheeting, filled the great building, and an idea of ^heir value will bo gained when it is stated that there was sufficient to enable the whole of the southern command to Imme diately proceed under canvas. ? The flames began about eleven o'clock In the office, and spread with great rapidity. All the available fireextin guishing appliances of the port and the I town were summoned, but the flames, fanned by a strong wind, soon converted the entire b...
MAKING OF PAPERS. AND THINGS THAT PAPER MAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
MAKING OF PAPERS. AND THINGS THAT PAPER MAKES. While there is nothing like linen for , paper-making, many other things will ' serve as substitutes, explains a French, expert. i For instance, patents have been issued in various countries for the manufacture of paper from barley, oats, rice, Indian corn, peas, beans, alfalfa, ramie, pine needles, sugar-cane refuse, jute, moss, seaweed, tobacco, lichens, the leaves and bark of trees, beets, potatoes, and other equally strange things. In most cases, the author tells us, the price of manu facture is excessive when we ^ consider the quality of the product. The great bulk of our paper — not the best, but that most commonly used — is made,' as most people know, of the wood of certain 1 trees. x j Paper can be made from nearly every thing, and nearly anything can be made from paper. With compressed paper are made wheels, rails, cannon, horse-shoes, polishers for gems, bicycles, asphalted tubes for gas or electric wires. With wood-pulp and z'...
Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Shipping. The s.s. Noorebar 700 tons ; Capt. J.-Hunter, left Sydney at 10 p.m. oil the 26th March aud arrived at Byron Bay at. 7 a.m on 28th. March, and experienced strong southerly winds ? with liyht showers. The' cargo con sisted 170 tons of general merchan dise. - Passengers: Mesdames Brady (and family), Rntledgo (and family of 3), Steel, Cnrtis. Belcher, Kiinber, Busli lioll, and Sliipp ; Misses Quains (3), M. Stock, K, Akod, B. Cusack, Nicolt S. Boyle, MeNally ; Messrs J. Rams--:;; hot ham, F. W. Rut ter, F. Clialcraft, ' ' .1. Bond, A. Tilly, A. Gregory, P. S. Vogari, \V. Ireland, W. Lilid.suy, C. .1 .?) rm ii ii. ^^Jl' Kivnns- ,1. lvaehler, Piatt, West, 1 1 i
THE MAGIC "TUPPENCE." VALUABLE IN LONDON. BUT NOT THE REGULAR "TIP." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
THE MAGIC 'TUPPENCE.' I » I VALUABLE IN LONDON. BUT NOT THE REGULAR 'TIP.' Our foreign and colonial visitors, who come and go in their 5'r;ions every year, all form their own ?.mpressions of London, good or bad, as the case may be. But what they individually think of the city, of its people, its customs, nnd its manners, seldom becomes public property, unless perchance the visitor be a personage of sufficient importance to attract the ubiquitous newspaper in terviewer. Now and again, however, someone .from distant shores gives us j of his own initiative a glimpse of Lon don as others see it. i Occasionally, it must lie confessed, the results are a trifle surprising, and Lou- j doners learn a good deal that is news . to them about their own city. For ex- I ' ample, ft writer in the Sydney 'Bulle- tin' has been telling his fellow colo- | uials that 'tuppence' is the dominating ' sum in London. It is, he says, a na- j tional institution, as much as the war | debt, beer, or football. Wh...
Ticks and Redwater. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Ticks and Redwater. T5je following articlc on ticks nnd redwater is taken from the March number of ' Tlie Silver wood Gazette,' just published : — * Tick losses are. at present vory largo in some parts of tho state, and there.are districts where- tho disease is' seriously affecting the dairying iiv dustry. Losses of between '20 and 30 head havo been reported from '?-.certain herds ; whilst in other casus the deaths have amounted to as much as one half or one third of the total ? ? numbers. The disease has been par ticularly virulent in the vicinity of Gympie, Maryborough, and Bunda ?*; '? 'berg. Ticks- have also made thoir appearance at Murwillumbah, and at ' ' other places across tl.e New South 'Wales border, a.'id it is only a ques tion of time ero the whole of the Northern rivers country will have become infected. Whilst we cannot minimise the seriousness of the trouble that has thus overtaken many of our dairy . men, it must not be forgotten that every country has its own peculi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
| Ronisch I | Pianos. | i Sole Agents — E I Paling's. \ \ These j \ Ime Fiascos ! | commend \ j themselves j I to the art- j I istic buyer \ New Models; 1 \ New Designs. | I Hew Scales. I | Price consis- 5 1 tent wi4l& grade, s i- Old Pianos talten i | in exchange. ? ; . | Catalogues Free. | jj | ! Sole Agents | I Paling' s | j 338 George -St. | | (SI Sydney Stratford's Boots and\ Mercery. A long felt want supplied by us opening in the main streetf M u IUVILLTJMB ah , with a large and carefully selected stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Coflats, Tics. Shirts, Hosiery, and -Suits to Measure. _ Our representative visits Mullumbimby and surrounning distsicts peri odically, with a full range o; samples. Wait for him and you will be suited Note the Addross : STRATFORD'S Tweed Boot Palace & Mercery Establishment MUIt Wi LLSJMMIL F. A. ROW'S Brunswick Emporium. Latest Proclamation! Why live and be miserable when you can be happy by wearing our comfortable Premier Boots and Shoes...
A Maintenance Case. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
A Maintenance Case ?A case, says the Chronicle, in' which | the parties are well-known on tho | Richmond, is thus reported in tho jj Sydney press. ' | At the North Sydney Court on a Thursday, before Magistrate Payten, S Robert Frederick Ormiston (43), S' dentist, was charged with wife deser- | tion. The case presented unusual a; featuros in matters of this kind, and | Ormiston was described as a doctor - on the marriage certificate. Tho - fj complainant, a well-spoken, but jj' poorly dressed woman, of middle age, h and wearing a Salvation Army |; brooch, looked as though despondent j- and crushed in spirit, while the de- |, fendant, a stout man, who was stated j1 to be a doctor, had a wild glare in j- his eye as he surveyed tho surround- j: ings. Mr. Marshall prosecuted for j the wife. J Eva Ormiston said she lived at Jeffrey-street, North Sydney, and had been married 15 years to defend} / ant. In 1902 he had a row with his sister, with whom they were living, and the following morni...
Coff's Harbor Timber Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
ColFs Harbor Timber Industry. Arrangement iB now being made for the flotation of a company (says the Raleigh Sun') to exploit the tim ber forest adjacent to Coif's Harbor. Messrs. Day and Maskew. represent ing South African capitalists, have been granted timber rights and con cessions in the vicinity of Bonvillo, and it is contemplated to lay down tramlines to convey the logs to a mill ,to bo erected at the Harbor. A pri-' ???? vate jetty will also be erected,, if necessary. These works will entail an expenditure of £50,000. The ? greater part of the shares in the . company will be taken up by South * - African business men, and, if pos- : sible, the company, will ship direct from the Harbor to their markets;. The chief export at the start will bo sawn sleepers, for which there is a good market in Sonth Africa ; later on the company may extend opera tions. The establishment of this company will give employment to a large number of men, and should add ? considerably to the trade of t...
THE DAIRY. GRADING HOME SEPARATOR CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
THE DAIRY. GRADING HOME SEPARATOR CREAM. What to do to improve the quality ot hand separator cream is one of the most perplexing problems with which the butter makers of to-day are confronted. Those who have given some thought to factory conditions, and who see the need of a high standard of excellence In fac tory products must come to the conclu sion that there is much need of improve ment in the condition of home separator cream. Since the introduction of t'hc home sep arator it has become necessary for but termakers to employ different methods In the manufacture of butter than those for merly used. Pasteurising at once becomes a necessity; for the wide awake butter maker realised that the kind of cream he was receiving could not be made even into fairly good butter without some purifying treatment. This, of course, means a greater investment for .the fac tories for pasteurising machinery, etc., and also calls for greater skill on the part of the butermaker. Now, It seems that the...
THE TWO SPECIES OF FRUIT FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
THE TWO SPECIES OF FRUIT FLY. The fruit flies which arc illustrated be- j low are . those which-., cause damage I frpm time to time In the orchards. For many .years past they have been a source of considerable trouble and loss In Queensland, and Now South Wales, and the Mediterranean Insect which is said to be the more damaging of the two, has j made its appearance this season in vari ous parts of Victoria. MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY - : (Female). ? = - (Enlarged and Life Size.) QUEENSLAND FRUIT FLY (Female.) (Enlarged and Life Size.) | A coachman has died at tho Presby- I terlan hospital In Now York of hydro- I phobia which ho contracted whilst nurs ing a sick dog. lie had not been bitten | by tho animal, but had fondled I; and i allowed It to lick his face and hands. ! V V
VOCAL CULTURE. A VETERAN'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
VOCAL CULTURE. r X VETERAN'S LECTURE. Dr. Cummings, principal of the Guild . tail School of Music, gave a lecture on vocal culture at a conference of musi cians in Brixton early in England, and is thus reported by an English ex change. The chairman of the morning was Mr Charles Hancock, of Leicester, who in an opening address reminded his audi ence of the prominent place the North Midland section had played in the his tory of the Incorporated Society of Mu Cummings to deal with the subject of vocal culture, on which he was to dis course. In one interesting bit of remi niscence he indulged, when, going back to the early seventies, he recalled a per formance of Bach's St. Matthew Passion ! music in Westminster Abbey, under the late Sir Joseph Barnby, and paid a high tribute to the artistic way in which Dr. Cummings then sang recitatives. 'I sin cerely wish it were possible,' he added, 'for our vocalists of tho present day to receive such a lesson as I then had, for my own experience i...
LIFE IN WOMEN'S CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
LIFE IN WOMEN'S CLUBS. I belong to a well-known ladies' club, and cannot help noticing almost every day the enormous nmount of petty thefts that are actually committed by mfembers of the club. I can hardly leave my purse on the table for fear of never seeing It again, and as for powder, gloves, and handkerchiefs, they disap pear in a moment if one's back is turned. — Hon. Mrs. L ? , in 'The Throne.' Old Croftkybo : I think we'd' bettor hnvo I hp passage and Btaircaso ropnpnrnd lvhlln I'm laid up, Mrs flrimago. Mrs G. (his liousn- I keeper) : Lor, sir; 'ndn't ycr boiler wait nnd see 'ow yor goes on fust'.' Thom Collins do nuiko Biich work with a staircase wall papers. I
SOCIETY SENSATION. A LADY ARRESTED. POCKET-PICKING CHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
SOCIETY SENSATION. A LADY ARRESTED. POCKET-PICKING CHABGED. 1 he most intense indignation has been excited (telegraphed the Now York correspondent of the ' Daily Mail' on Christmas Day) by the arrest in Fifth-avenuu yesterday of Mrs Alexander Tratitmann, tho wife of a celebrated physician, on a charge preferred against her by a by stander to the effect that she picked his pocket on Saturday night of 13dol. (L2 12s). . | Mrs Trautmann was - shopping, when she was suddenly sei/-ed bv Peter Hagan, a clerk, who loudly 1 called the police. A crowd at once formed, and when a constable ap proached Hagan said that the woman had accosted him on the previous ; Saturday night, and while talking ; with him rifled his pockets. j ' Tlie man is maid,' exclaimed Mrs Trautmann. i Hagan, how.rver, insisted that he was positive as to her identity, and that she must be arrested. Mrs Trautmann was forthwith draggoil to ! a police station and locked up in a cell for four hours, until friends came to her ...
TORRENT OF MOLTEN STEEL. GHASTLY RACE FOR LIFE. MEN CREMATED ALIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
TORRENT OF MOLTEN STEEL. GHASTLY RACE FOR LIFE. MEN CREMATED ALIVE. At least twenty-seven men were burned alive iu a sea of molten metal which on the 9th of January Hooded the yards of the Jones and Lauglilln Steel Works, Pittsburg. The catastrophe was described In a cable message at tlie time. Fur ther particulars are given by .in Eng lish exchange:— Thirty-live men in nil were involved in the catastrophe, which Is supposed to be the result of an accumulation 6E gas at the base of the gigantic Eliza furnace. The gas ignited and exploded, sending up into the air ovor one hun dred tons of metal, which descended with awful effects over a radius of 45 l'eet. Only one man, George Knox, escaped uninjured. He gave the following ac count of the disaster to-day:— 'It was awful. We were all work ing peacefully, when suddenly there was a terrific roar. We started to run immediately, but streams of molten metal were rushing in all directions, and I was confronted with a frightful death unless ...
General News [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 4 April 1907
Geaeral News Mr Owen Drady, of Carc'oar, on Tueiday last celebrated his 100th » birthday. He has resided for 40 winlc-r on the bleak -hills of Carcoar. . Military Trophies. — The Governor- ^ General aud the New South Wales State Governor visited the Livernool- . t mp f ilu New South Wales field fon.v on Sut urday. Lord Northcote presented the Prince of Wales Cup » .. and the Huttou Shield to the Wind sor- Riehmoud and Molong-Forbes squadrons of the 1st and 2nd A.L.H. Regiments respectively. The six-year old daughter of Mr. Allen, a resident of Dungog, was burned to death on Sunday owing to her clothes catching fire. A child Named Irene Smith, aged five, was hn»*npfl in iTr-n fl» at Quirindi. A little girl, the daughter of Thomas King, of Mullengandra, has been badly burned through her night &nbsp; dress catching fire. Da. SnKt,D03c's New Discovery.— . f -r coughs, colds, and consumption is a preparation that can bo relied upon to enre all lung troubles. It has proved a bless...
Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907
Local and Other Items. Mb. Parrish lias an important sale of stock, furniture, etc., on Saturday, »t the yards and Mart. ? * Mb. Pascoe visits Mullumbimby . on the 17th and 18th inst. ? ? ? ' # # ? ? See Hagerbaum &-McArthur's new ; advt., fend also their new goods. . ? .? . * . — Mr.' A; Osborne, of Murwillumb&li, died suddenly at Sydney last week, ? from heart failure. ? # Mb. A; Thicket has Bold' his fartn tit New^/ybar, where he has resided for 15 yoars, and has left for England, df -tfae on Cathedral 18s. ^^^^^^V&DOU GALL is-- .^iEiII ^going in HHB the old shop, wfi-erd, you can ^B^^rct a tip-top hair'Cufc and^have. i Me; H. M. Williams, of Florida, IRichmond River, was a large buyer -of pedigreed Jersey stock at the; Sydney show sales. Two -new -blacksmith's shops in, ^^^^teourse df erection. Mr Jones has to oppn ip Dalley-street, in- . ^^^^^^^^Baf—Stoart-street, -as ifirsfc an ???H ... -the Jer Sydney of land River near and 'unless soine -run B^^TTiNES...
TREASURES OF THE POOR. A PATHETIC EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 11 April 1907
TREASURES OF THE POOR. A PATHETIC EXHIBITION. An exhibition which ia not without pathos has been organised by the Rev. Neville Dundas, Vicar oi Holy Trinity Church, Stepney, and was opened the other day. Tho pathetic side of the exhibition is that the contributions, which are shown on long tables ranged flown each side of tne cnurcu-ruuir. iium xnc ui the very poor. In some homes a piece of rare willow pattern china, priceless lace, old samp lers, or embroidery have been held through days of dire poverty, when there has been no food on the table. A valuable picture, more than 200 years old, executed in fine needlework, was an object of much Interest. It belongs to an old woman -vho receives relief from the parish 'ind will leave, no relatives to mourn her death. But she steadfastly re fuse? tn sell her one treasure. Serje of the exhibits are extraordinary, when the poverty of the East End is con sidered. There are one or two pieces o£ priceless Wedgwood, and a set of jewel lery, con...