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THE WIDE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907
THE WIDE WORLD. Largo rubies are ten times as valu able as diamonds of the same size. A runaway bull forced its way into a draper's shop in Dorking recently. The '?annual remnant sale' should have a double meaning this time. Tho pnffin nf AI-c r\f 'Woxvhnrv. was borne to the grave by her six sons. The other mourners were her huslmul aud daughter. An old woman, who was charged at Enfield Police Court with intoxication, attributed her downfall to reading novels late at night. The sovereign was first coined- in 3(120. Previous to that date the noble, value . fifteen shillings, was the most valuable British coin. We have 'ragging' at country house parties, and toys to play with after dinner. One touch of inanity makes the whole social world kin. — 'Lady's Pictorial.' The standard mark for gold for Iwent.v-two carats is in England a lion passant; in Ireland a harp crowned; for (ilasgow a lion rampant; and for Edin burgh a thistle. Tlie 'Grand Prix' without English horses and numerous Eng...
TRAINING AND HANDLING BULLS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907
TRAINING AND HANDLING BULLS. Any system of training the bull must be based upon the fact that the bull Is a treacherous animal, and is never to be trusted. He njay ! be apparently mild, gentle, and obedient one hour and Che personification of— wrath, vindictiveness, and stubbornness' the^pext )iqur. More over, like all animals., he .easily learns his nnwer and ability. — that man cannot match him in ogility, or strength. It follows from these considerations that the first principle to be applied in the training and treatment of a bull is never to give him an opportunity to overpower or outwit his caretaker. To this end, commencing with him while yet a calf, teach him to lead, and never, in sport or otherwise, permit him to ? have his own way in opposition to. your will. For example, do not attempt to drive or corner, him, for if you do he will soon learn that it is quite possible to dodge, and go where he pleases, and this lesson once learned is not forgotten. While yet quite young,...
Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 18 April 1907
Local and OtIi«r Items. Note Mr. 0. Avmbmstor's new advertisement. . # * Don't forget the School of Arts Concert on Friday, 26th inst. ? ? ^ # See Hagerbaum & McArtliur',s -new advfc., and also their new goods. * - * The Lismore Hospital has received £132 10s 9d, as its share . £rom the ? Tyler Estate. # # Alstonvii.i.e Co-operative Dairy Oompany paid suppliers 8|d for the znonth of March. ? # * Certain cure ?o ? damp feet — 'India ?.rubber Sea Boots, at Hagerbaum & .McArthur's ; a large stock on hand. -♦.. . # A tender has been accepted at .£241 10s for additions to the Post :and Telegraph Office at Byron Bay. # ' # Concert and dance -at Billinudgel -on May 2nd, in aid of the Cricket :Club at that^place. o o During Mr.. -Parrisb's -absence on ;the South Coast, his business is being i 'conducted by Mr. Robertson, as usual 1 'O o | 'On Saturday next, Messrs 'R. W 1 'Thompson, Jr. and Co., hold an auo I ttion sale, at their rooms, of aquantity | 'of sundries, ohaff etc...
"GROUNDS FOR ENGLISH ANXIETY." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
'GROUNDS FOR ENGLISH .' ANXIETY.' England will be obliged to consider whether she is not too confident in the possession of a dominion such as India, maintained by bayonets and caution. Certainly the proceedings of the 'National Congress aud the utterances, of a seditious press are sufficient ground for serious anxiety— 'Preussische I Zeitung,' Berlin. ? '
HEADS OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
HEADS OF WHEAT. Mile. I/ideal (a poet): 'What a mar vellous and beautiful spectacle it Is to see the heavy heads of wheat rising and falling at the caprice of the gentle zephyrs!' Mons. liatere (a speculator); J 'Not half so wonderful as to see them rising and falling at the Corn Ex- I change.' . j
A WELL-NAMED CRUISER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
A WELL-NAMED CRUISER. Papers by the English mail tell us how an exciting incident was wit nessed when H.M.S. Furious, which is* lust now engaged in wireless telegra phy expiremcnts on the' north-east coast, was leaving Shields Harbor for the North Sea. She collided with the fishing boat Ethelwulf, doing consider able damage, fouled the industrial training, ship Wellesley, which received Slight' damage, while a mooring buoy was also sunk. The Furious proceeded 'oil' her course without sustaining appa rent ' damage. ' Tlie gallant ship was evidently desirious of doing justice to .her name. ? ? ?
THE MEDICINAL EGG. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
THE MEDICINAL EGG. | ? The 'medicinal egg' with which we nrc 'threatoned Crom America adds a new terror to life. What guarantee will there be . that. what we take as' an 'arsenious egg' at breakfast, , for tlie good of our complexion, will not prove to be . one. specially adapted for curing corns or- promoting the growth of the hair? And what would happen if half a dozen assorted eggs found their way into an omelette?— 'Westminster Ga zette.' __ ? ?
POINTS IN CURRANT AND SULTANA CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
POINTS IN CURRANT AND SUL- J TANA CULTURE. In producing' a first class quality of currants and raisins, the growers at Mildura, Renmark, and other parts arp learning that two important points must be kept in view. First and most essen tial, is sample. It is only by carefully watching this that dried fruits can maintain its high place on the market. I The higher grade benefits grower and merchant alike; better prices are rea lised, and' there is a readier sale. Sec ondly, there is the question of weight. The methods by which these two can be attained run practically hand in hand, so that, given a good sample, weight naturally follows. It has been amply proved that producing a good sample does not consist in the harvest ills' operations only. The whole work of the year tells the tale, and much lies in the prunlr.g and soil culture. Given this, the picking of the fruit is the first consideration. In times past too little attention has often been given to this, and growers have been dis...
THE LADIES COLUMN. HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
THE U0SES EilUtt HEALTH HINTS. Spots on the skin are often due to the fact that the sufferer .does not eat enough vegetables. Fresh vegetables purify the biood. 1 Fat is « preventive of neuralgia, and people wiio suffer in this way, but dislike fat meat, should eat freely of thin bread well buttered. Nothing is so good for tlie complexion as milk, if you can digest it. Many, people who cannot take pure milk, find no difficulty in digesting ? it if it is slightly diluted with barley water, or if a pinch of salt is added to it. Girls who suffer from anoemia should be in (he sun as much as possible. Fresh air and sunlight will do more to cure the trouble, more.-especially if ironcontain ing foods— such as milk, eggs, oatmeal-' porridge, and lentils— are taken in addi tion. The majority of people who suffer in this way take far too much cake, pas try, and other sweet dishes. ? Tight-lacing is a frequent cause of acne, and pre-disposes a girl who con stantly indulges in it to constipatio...
BRIDE OF ONE DAY. CARRIED OFF BY FORMER LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
BRIDE OF ONE DAY. CAR HIED OFF BY FORMER - r ' LOVER. A remarkable story was told at Westminster, on 7th February, where a. young ?woman named Minnie Larseii was . charged with being drunk and disorderly, and William Fassnidge, of Lillington street, Pimli- : co, was summoned to show cause wrhy recognisances which he had entered I into for the young woman's good ue havior should not be forfeited. The young woman, in1 her maiden name of Murrell, has made many ap pearances at the court for drunkenness, and a recent injury to her face was the result; of throwing herself under Fnss nidge's horse and trap. He had long been- onV terms of intimacy with her, and in October 1005,' when charged with cutting her throat, he attended tho court and promised to marry her. The 'marriage, however did not take place, !and she went to her mother's home at Bury St. Edmunds. , ? There she married a Norwegian sailor named. Larson. .Fassnidge, hav ing liad a request from her to send lier a cake, went strai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
j* ' ? : ? . USG ?iinmnTil Hicks' idea! Poison Carts. They ore tho noarost approach -to a Perfect Poison Cart obtainable. SIMPIjE. STRONG. DUKAB3DE, — ? — ? ? ? ' , . ' \ V Hicks' Powerful Fumigators and Pit Traps ? ........ Are used successfully throughout the Commonwealth. ^ ?i ? - ....WRITE' FQR PARTICULARS....' ? : ' T. H. HICKS, Patentee and Manufacturer, BO High- St., NoiptSi . Botany, . SIDNEY. LOVE PEEPED IN. It was in a little cottage on Sydney Harbour that Jack- and I set up house, and oil, did' not love peep in at every window as the sun shone through and we were so happy. It was just one long honeymoon, but week by week 1 felt tlie drain of the weekly wash — as I though-. But it was mire than the mere wash ; 1 found later that the common laundry soap I used was made from slaughter house offal that made washing most unhealthy work, and then my hands were being ruined by the chemicals. In fact I was quite laid up. I am better now and Jack and I are happy as even No more'' ...
FRUIT-FLY AND KEROSENE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
K FRUIT-FLY AND KEROSENE. ? ern Australian orchardist has iat he claims to be '.an im diseovery in connection '.with mination of the fruit-fly. .Last Lr Jones, of Guildford, irrj tlio. ned, while drying some oft his was troubled by tl;c , ants the fruit. ? To them used kerosene round thbViosLs j^M^^^supported th'/ verandahV-on ^Hjch the fruit fay.' ' The children' Mk jBHd that the fruit-flics wero attracted ^HH&ie kerosene, and with bits of board ?Hit a number. This season Mr Jones smeared the posts, and watched HHlB come. He found that it was kill them. He then told Mr Harper of what he had . dis , Mr Harper, after some trials, ^^^^Hfnat the flies were attracted by ( j o u rs besides kerosene, aud pto to experiment with cyanide and poisons on ripe, fruit. The re are promising. Mr Jones told Mr H^^Knish, of Guildford, of his kerosffr.o ^^Beriments, and Mr Denevish placed Me in a small tin and hung It in a Blhch tree, which was infested with W the fly. In a few minutes severa...
UTILITY OF HUMUS AS A SOIL FACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
UTILITY OF HUMUS AS A SOIL FACTtiR. ' I wish,' I might assure you at the oi^tset, writes Mr. A. D. Selby in the ' Prairie Farmer,' ' that we know all - thte good offices of humus, and can raca l' sure and set forth their effects. The fact is we do not know certainly in how many ? ways humus may act favorably. Never j \ theless, there are several ways In which ' it acts. The one foremost consideration ,? in most minds, based upon chemical and ' manurial composition,, is that with its de cay the vegetable matter, gives up for use its elements of plant food. . While this stands and is undisputed, humus must do a great deal more than this. It must change not only the chemical fac tors but the physical ones as well. ..The moisture relations of the soil are powerfully transformed by humus. The ' interstitial layers of humus in the soil, must intercept the capillary tubes which forms to conduct soil moisture to the sur face, and there are still other effects. Humus-rich, arable soils may a...
SELECTION OF BREEDING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
SELECTION OF BREEDING , STOCK. There has been much written on the subject of the selection of breeding stock in various papers devoted to poultry keepers' interests. , AVe are . sometimes . afilaid (says an lingllsh' exchange) that ' mJie harm is done by these articles than is realised bv those who publish them, because in, many instances they are written for fanciers, and breeders of ex hibition birds, whereas the readers aie amateur poultry-keepers, who are keep ing, a few fowls for utility purposes, or, at least, the majorty of them are. -- '.'We have recently seen a number of articles on tho subject: of 'line breed ing,' .1 this being the definition used to indicate the production of a certain type of bird by continually breeding from re-, lated' stock in order to more kuickly rea lise one's ideal bird. . 'We. arc prepared to admit that by breeding, from cocks of one strain regu larly; Introducing the fresh blood only on the- side of the hens, a fixity of typo is obtained an-\ a...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
to ' Heal', Banner he did ' Hear, mean his were, he appliod generally. V Cr Armstrong said it account of the roprcscntati^^H^^^^H Riding that Tyagarah the alteration, they had tied with the boundaries present Council camc into They brought their; cream, pi^^^^^H to the Bay, which was port, and they wanted their^^^^^H expended on the' road they used^^^^H mo\led that the prayer of the Honors be endorsed by the Cov^^M H and Ecnt to the Minister, which seconded by Cr. Collings. Cr. Banner moved as an amcSB^B ment [that the petition bo on ttT-9| table for a month before any actio ]3Hj was taken by the Council, .which | ''lyJi seconded by Cr. Bate. * - On the amendment and motiC,uH being put, the voting was i^qnal, the fl President declared k well signed petitionfroi^^^^HH Head, praying that petitionflH^^H were at present in Tintenbafl^^^^H be included in Byron Shire. received, and Tintenbar Shirefl^^^| notified to that effect. It was resolved that excliaAH^B added to cheques for wages te...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
-arana.' Mrs. V'WATTS ^ttTISHES to notify that, she Iuib pur V V chased the business of the above wcllrknown Boarding House, lately con ducted by Mr.' Wall, and trusts by keep ing a 'first-class establishment to be accorded a fair share of patronage. Tlie house lias been thoroughly reno vated, and under the new management no pains will be spared to eater for their patrons and to make them comfortable. First-class Stabling. Good paddoelss provided. Brunswick Heads Coaches R. J* Smith & Co. WISH to notify to the pn blic tlia they have purchased Mr M. G. Curry's line of coaches to Brunswick Heads. Coaches meet all trains on arrival at Mullumbimby Kailway Station and con veys passengers to the Heads. A- coach will run regularly every Sun day to tho Heads, leaving Mullumbimby at 10 a.m, Single fare for the return journey. M. A* Wilkinson, Coachboilder and Wheel wright, Burringbar Street, Mullumbimby, Adjoining McGougan's Black smith's Shop. Vehicles of every description made to o...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH., Byron Bay charge. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
Presbyterian Church., Byron Bay charge. 1st Lord's Day Month — Mullumbim- j by 11, Byron Bay 3, Springvale 7.30 2nd Lord's Day, do. — Myocum 11. 1 Main Arm 2.30, Mullumbimby 7.30 ? j 3rd Lord's Day, do. — Bangalow 11, Springvaie 2.30, Byron Bay 7.30 t j '1th Lord's Day — Myocum 11, Coora boll School of Arts 2, Mullumbimby 7.30 ; Springvale (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 Macky
[?]uncil. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
~j of the above Council \ra^Tev\d in the Shire HaU on the 16th inst.}iConiicillors Jarman, (President), Banner, Armstrong'; Col lings. Bate, and the Engineer and Shire Clerk being. present. The minutes of tlie previous meet ing having been confirmed, outward and inward correspondence was re ceived to be dealt with. Inward correspondence was dealt with as under : From Mr Malicr, tendering his resignation as maintenance man. From the engineer re applications for closing and purchasing of roads, suggesting in such cases (1) the pro ductiou of plan showing road; (2) endorsement of majority of residents iu the locality ; (3) payment of a fee of £3 8s on application. The sug gestion was adopted. Mr. Kelly's application re closing a road was still further held over. From Cr. Macgregor, regarding the punt at the Brunswick, Cr. Banner stating that the punt was not laid up as the result of the breakage of the gear, which had been sent to the foundary for repair. From Mr R. W. Thompson asking ...
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 25 April 1907
METHODIST CHURCH. April 21 — Mullumbimby 7.30 ; Myo cum 2.30; Byron Byron Bay 11; (Rev. A. Yatos) ; Bangalow 7,30, (Mr Todd) Monday 22, Mooball 7,30 ; Wednesday 24, Crabbo's Creek, 7,30 ; Thursday Friday 26, Main Arm, 7,30. Monday 29th. Tyagarah. 7.30. Sunday, 28th — Myocum 7.30 ; Billi nudgel 2.30 ; Crabbe's Crock 11 ; (Rev. A. M. Yates.) Bangalow 7.30, Mr. C. Alcorn). Rov. A. M. Yatos.