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Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

j Telegrams. ' . The export trade in frozen mutton from thi( State this year is expected v vO be the largest on record. The' Eedcral -Parliament has been further prorogued' sfcill 31st March. Maior Alan Milard has been 1 sentenced to six months with hard labor, and released under the Eirst Offenders Act. Butter, choice, ll^d, prime lOd to '[Id ; bacon 6|d, hams Inquiry' at the Health De partment elicited that tho in formanation that all the big hospitals in and around Syd ney are uncomfortably full. Scarlet fever is very prevalent. The North Coast Steam Navigation Co's profits for the last half-year amounted to £6229. A six per cent, divid end and one per cent, bonus were declared. 8M to 9d ; eggs 9id to 10^d ; maize, Northern lliver 8/8 to 3/10d,. Victorian an^^umjt 4s t

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

News and Notes. At Goulburn, a solicitor was fined for being on licensed premises during prohibited hours. Dr. Sheridan (of Adelaide) and his wife have been arrested in con nection with tho death of Ruby Bar ? i. — ,i„, „c „ Marie Corelli is engaged on an other novel, which, it is asserted, is going to be a startler. . Privileges - for - Bangalow slioW realised over £200. A startling discovery is reported from Now York. The police say they have spoilt a plot to murder the Governors of Pennsylvania and Ohio. The case against Millard, M.L.A. for Queanboyan, for embezzlement, has been sustained, and lie will be called upon to receive sentence. Tho latest British election returns are: — Liberals 352' Labour 50, Nat ionalists 83' Conservatives and Un ionists 146. Higgins, who was returned at the head ofjtlio poll for Gal Way N orth propped doad just after the poll was, declared. The political Labour league Con ference has decidcd that labour can didates should dontest all electorates at ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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A RECORD OF DISASTER FIRE AND WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

A RECORD OF DISASTER FIRE AND WATER. Public Opinion writes on 24th .No . vember:— Between last Friday night and the early hours of Sunday morning nearly 200 lives were lost. The wreck of the South-Western Railway Co.'s steamer Hilda near St. Malo cost 128 lives; 39 men perished and others were injured in a disastrous fire at a Glasgow lodging house; and in the torpedo-boat manoeu vres near Kiel an officer and 32 men went down on board one of the newest destroyers in the German navy. THE LOSS OF THE 'HILDA. The 'Pall Mall Gazette' of the 21st November writes: — 'The loss of the Hilda, and all but half-a-dozen of her passengers and crew, leaves no stain o£ reproach, so far as can at present be as certained, upon the memory of her cap tain and officers. A fog, a snowstorm, and a heavy sea form a combination which has produced thousands of ship wrecks in waters far less difficult ot navigation than those of the English Channel. ... 'All round St. Malo, that ancient lair of the Breton se...

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THE VINEYARD. VINUOUS FERMENTATION. HOW TO REGULATE THE TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

THE VINEYARD. VINUOUS FERMENTATION. , HOW TO REGULATE THE TEM PERATURE. The following useful Information in the various methods of controlling the temperature of the fermentation of wines is kindly supplied by Mr J. W. Bear, secretary of the Victorian Viticul tural Society; — The greater the volume of the ferment ing mass, the higher will be the relative degree of temperature It attains, and vice versa. In a very cold climate large vats are needed to keep up, or main tain, the temperature; in a warm clim ate, small vats are required to keep It down. The advantages, In producing a better quality of wine, obtainable by this practice, have been demonstrated over and over again during the past thirty years, and are well known to most Vic torian vignerons, who, however, in their anxiety to make 10,000 gallons of wine, when they have only the accommodation and appurtenances needed to make 5000 gallons properly, neglect to profit by the example of a certain, and unfortunately limited, numb...

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THE OPEN SHOP. MR. DOOLEY SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

THE OPEN SHOP. MR DOOLEY SPEAKS. 'Whut is all this talk that's in the paapers .about the open shop?' asked Mr' Hennessey. 'Whut is th' open shop?' said Mr Dooley. 'Shure, 'tis a shop, where they kape the dure open t' accom- ; midate th' consthant sthream of min' comin' in t' take jobs cheaper thin' th'1 min whut has th' jobs. 'Tis like this,' Hinnissey — suppose wan of these free, barn Amerycan citizens is wurkin' in an open shop for th' princes wages of wan. large iron dollar a day of tin hours.' Along comes another free barn sonofa gun, an' he sez t' th' bass: TJJilnk I cud -handle th' Job fer nirieTy'rcfnfs.' 'ShuV?J» ^ sez th' boss, and' th' wan-dollar man gets th' merry, jingling' can' an' goes out into th' 'crbol wurld t' exercise his , 'n alienable roights as a free barn Amery can citizen an' scab on some other poor divil. An' so it goes on, Hinnissey. An' who gets th' benefit? Thrue,- it saves th' boss money, but be don't care no more for money than he does for his roight ey...

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A PERPETUAL FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

A PERPETUAL FLOWER GARDEN. The borders in which perennial plants] are grown may be made the most inter- j esting features of a flower garden. Of perennials there are shrubs which, having j a woody nature, retain In a measure the growth that is made each year, adding to it in succeeding years. The her baceous plant?, on the contrary, are with- 1 out the woody substances, and begin again with each spring from the root, making a perpetual garden, and yet a garden that is each year new. There are four points to be kept in mind in the arrangement of hardy her baceous plants In borders and shrub beries, viz., the height, color, habit, and season of blooming. Place the tallest plants at the back and graduate the rest to the front. Next place them in groups, so that the colors will contrast and blend for general effect, giving each plant sufficient room for ex pansion for three or four years' growth. Then so arrange each group that . there may be no blank at any season of the year, except m...

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WHARFSIDE SCENES. A SAILOR'S LIFE. ITS POETRY AND PROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

WHARFSIDE SCENES. ' A SAILOR'S LIFE. ITS POETRY AND PROSE. [By H.A.W.] Having received the impressions, which were contained in the article headed 'Wharfside Scenes,' it became neces sary to secure some details of the actual lives of those who go down to the sea in ships. The shades of evening were falling on the wharf lined river, the' heat waves 'had ceased to dance, and the wearied stevedore, on whose brow rested bo grandly the dignity of labor, had left for home. There was an air of repose on the scene, which an hour or so before had trembled with commercial activity. Tho ferryboat on which the pressman was crossing the stream rocked sooth ingly In the gentle swell. Suddenly, there smoto on the Solitude (capital S, Mr Printer) a burst of mystic music, the air vibrated with the melody of an unseen orchestra a la a 'scene from a Corellian novel, and concentrating in a spot above a curling wave there appeared out of the water one arm, grasping, not Excall bur, but a folded manuscri...

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NEW BUTTER MAKING PROCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

MEW BUTTER MAKING PROCESS. 'A committee of the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia, has just made public Its report on the Taylor process for butter making. It is recommended that Mr Tay lor receive the John Scott medal and pre mium in recognition of the value of his invention. In this new process, sweet cream is poured into shallow pans, the bottoms of which are covered with ab- 1 sor bent pads. The pads are composed of heavy white blotting-paper, supported on Turkish towelling, or some similar ma terial, and absorb from the cream nearly all of its constituents except the fat. The cream fat remains as a layer on the sur face of the pads, and after several hours' standing may be rolled off. In this con dition the product contains rather too much water and milk protelds. On this account, and because of the absence of salt, it does not keep very well. If, however, the separa ted butter fat be worked, and salted in the same way as the ordinary churned product, the result is a very fine ...

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THE WHISPERS OF THE OAK TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

THE WHISPERS OF THE OAK TREE., ? j - (By Wi Li. LARNED). If you are fond of singing birds and cheery trees, and wonderful fairy flowers, always babbling amid the foliage, you would like Grandaddy's garNeri. If gnarled old apple trees, spreading ojit with their heavy foli age, If fat little bu blebcea and chickens and growing radishes, and all the things Lhat one may expect tn Hisrnvof nf n rAnl cnimfMr n1a/*A ? ? ? ? j t would delight you, Grandaddy's gar den and Grandaddy's small world are I almost as good as any magic realm ' that you have read about in your fairy books. Indeed, the old man is quite a ma gician in his way. You would never expect him to turn a pumpkin into ' a horse and buggy; but he makes j canes that sell to big stores away off in the noisy city, and ho would i sooner whittle out whistles for littlo girls than work in his own shop, : which stands back under the last apple tree, and is choked with rusty machinery. i Marjorie lived down tho road from Grandaddy, but...

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DAIRY SALT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

DAIRY SALT. A fjood sample' of dairy salt contains 97.5 to 99.5 per cent, of sodium chloride; the balance consists of such impurities as lime, calcium chloride, and magnesium Chloride. The bitter taste of pure quality y ; salt is due to the presence of the two last-mentioned substances, while-a large V percentage of the magnesium compound yjpaUses the salt to cake and absorb mols Jfture from the atmosphere. In the manu .v^.facture of good butter and cheese one of tjr 'the most Important factors Is the use of good dairy salt; the best is none too good.-.Accordlng to a report on the sub ject by tho 'Wisconsin Experiment Sta tion, the chlorides ot magnesium and calcium tend, .probably, to bring' about a slow decomposition of ; the butter-fat, which accounts for: the unpleasant taste. Tile good grain, cnlorlde, and from all mechanical Impuri ties. A grain of medium size, preferably in the form of a thin flake, is Tecommen ded for butter-making. For cheesemak ing a coarser-grained salt I...

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THE COMMON-SENSE WINDOW-CLEANER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

THE COMMON-SENSE WINDOW CLEANER. The common sense adjustnbfe win dow cleaner is claimed to be the most practical. diKitblc, and best window cleaner in tEe market. By (he adjustable feature of the binge and spring, tho rubber will adjust itself to all conditions, regardless of the angle, with or without a polo. and the operator can sweep clean, from top to bottom, at ope continu ous stroke. The . rubber will wear much longer on account of yielding to the pressure, and works very smoothly. ?

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EDUCATION OF MILK SUPPLIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

EDUCATION OF MILK . SUPPLIERS. Jn an address beroro a recent meet ing of ' the' Vermont Dairymen's As sociation, U.S.A., Mr J. F. Coworn took up the subject' of the education of milk suppliers. He argued that it was the butter factory manager's ciuty to take tho first; step in the education of the dairy farxuers .sup plying milk to his factory. He sniid that the factory manager who has large beams in his own eye is rather handicapped when- ho attempts -r to remove the mote out of the milk suppliers' eyes, and whatever he may say about the necessity for greater cleanliness in handling malic while in their possession, will largely lose its force when they see every day the in sanitary condition in which fit is han dled when it reaches the factory. 'Floors that, .seldom got. a thorough scrubbing, dirty vats, churns, imple ments and separators, and skim milk tanks that arev to. use rather an in elegant expression, fairly rotten, do not' ^impress the fa:--mer with the ne ?cessjty. for cl...

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FARM AND FIELD. REMARKABLE BUTTER YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

f**W AND f\%LV. | REMARKABLE BUTTER YIELD. A most remarkable account ot butter production from a Jersey cow is being: published in the American papers, to which a few references may be inter A. eating In these days of butter tests and \ percentage. The total quantities of udder ? 'produce recorded from this cow in the ? twelve months are as follows : — Milk, 14,920 lb S.oz, the total of. butter got . 857.16 lb, average percentage, 5.75. The total auantitv of butter fat. according to the usual calculation of the addition of one-sixth, gives no less a total of com- | mercial butter than 1,000.2 lb, which, for convenience sake, may be said to be 20 lb butter per week for the year, or ,to be more exact, over 19 lb. This cow, called Yellow Sunbeam, thus out-distances all other breeds on the other side ofthe Atlantic in the yield of her milk and butter. The cow was born In April, 1895, and was therefore nine years and six months old at the begin ning of the test. She is described as a lar...

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Grafton-Tweed Railway. THE QUESTION OF EXCURSION FARES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

Grafton-Tweed Railway. The Question ot Excursion Fares. At Monday night's meeting of the Lismore Council, Alderman Lockett, who said that he had been asked by a number of ratepayers to bring tho ' matter before the - Council, moved, ' That the Railway Commissioners' attention be directed to the fact that tne excursion rateu ^i-arged-to J3&s-r sengers on the Grafton-Tweed rail way during holidays are excessive, in comparison to the rates charged on other railways in New South WaleB, and that being so, the Commission ers be respectfully asked to have the excursion rate amended, with a view of lowering same in conformity with the charges made on such occasions elsewhere, so as to enabld ' the -resi- ' dents of this district to enjoy the advantages and privileges in the-way of holiday fares as are now conferred on railway passengers in more fav ored districts iofthis State.' Alderman |-ockett pointed out the unfairness olconceesions-beiiig grant ed elsewhere, ^nd refused on thig...

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BANISK-METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

'® ANISS-tfWETHODS. nearly every rami in Denmark that sends its milk to the butter factory, there Is a room specially adapted for the washing of cans, dairy utensils, etc., 'and each Individual milker has an over all hanging in this room, clean and ready for use. When the milkers arrive at the regular hour they thoroughly wash their hands and put on these clean overalls before milking. 'When the milk ing Is done the palls and tho overalls are 'thoroughly scoured and hung up in their respective places ready tor use next niornlng or evening. On large farms where there are 100 to 200 cows the milk is aerated, and- then passed over a large cooling apparatus into the clean can, which carries It to the factory, the milk being thoroughly strained before it .-.leaves the. ..farm. - When the can is re 1 tuAnsa-^fffflr' nastourlsed skimmed milk '?from the 'factory, It is scrubbed out with cold water first, then scalded and 'steamed, and, lastly, placed bottom up wards In the fresh* air on a w...

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PURE BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

.. .. .. ; PURE BUTTER. ? ^?The question of pure butter is' being widely discussed in agricultural circles in Great Britain. At a recent meeting of .the Bucks Chamber of Agriculture, Cap tain J. W. Smkh Neill moved : 'That this chamber views with great regret the apparent inability of the Balfour Go vernment to carry through any bill, really beneficial to agricul ture, and calls upon the Cen s tral Chamber to take such action as will bring pressure to bear on all members representing agricultural con stituencies to ensure more attention be ing given to the requests of their con stituents, and especially to the passing of the 'Butter' Bill.' The motion was carried unanimously, with an addition . that the opinions of the members for the county, and the candidates aspiring to that honor should be solicited and pub lished on the question, so that the far ?. mere might know who to support at the coming election. At a meeting of the N .Lancashire Farmers' Association at } Lancaster, the s...

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STATION YARD EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

STATION YARD EXTENSION. j The work of excav^ngund^yj^^^.^ Kilda to connjJttHM|^^^^^^H| southern come to

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

Jlust Published. Tables of Commercial Butter Computations', A -0- : BY . ?' ' ? ' ' PERCY A. SCAR R. For the use of Creameries, Butter Factories, and all those interested in the manufacture of Butter, and the Dairying Industry. Voted by all Factory Managers who arejusing It to be a great Labour Saver and indispensable. Price -£2 2s. , Bound in leather, printed on extra strong paper. - ' McCARRON, STEWART & CO., PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS, 44 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. TO COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS, ? ^ ~ r ''?- h'b jou ,'n '' JS STANDARD. ?? G0MPUTIN6 SCALE, WW*:. The latest and most up-to-date Soaif ^ — «? - ** made. Boales (or Grocers, Conloo -J* ^ '' T* tioners, Dulohera, TobaooonlBta, ftc, ^ 'A BOIiD ON TEKMB ob OABH DIBOODNT I i Wrllo lot Illn»lr«»ed Pilot Lilts. THE STANDARD COMPUTING SCALE OOHPflNY, Unlsn Chambara, ? P&HBiaMBWailllMlM PITT STRMT, MONEY BROOMHALL'S m- Australasian Wheat Ready Reckoner Obtainable from Compilers — Box 1221, G.P.O. ; AND FROM McCarron, Stewart &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

M. DE LISSA & CO. LTD. Furnlah Throughout rrlTCt* Kaildcnoes, Hotel., BoiMaiuta, Boudinf Honioi, Offloai, As. OOaiBAOXI FOB CASH OB BAST TOBHS 186 A 558 Qeorge St., Sydney, Owesiui 8t- Andraw'i Oatkedral. V \reco«ciled with j gl 1-i^HEflDEilSflmi KMhomey M WkksIsMm PRODUCE 1 1 PRODUCE 1 1 We have absolutely the best atook of Bran, Pollard, Oats, Maize, Oaten Hay, Lnoerne Ha}, Oaten and . Wheaten Ohaff in Sussex Street, in large or small quantities ; also all kinds Seed Oats, Seed Wheat, and Seed Potatoes. Send to na for the best of quality at th* lowest price. HUNTER & COMPANY 243 BUBBBX ?!, To Newspaper Proprietors and Others. We have for sale, the following second- - hand machinery in first-class working order, cheap:— Foolscap Folio. Minerva Platen ? with steam fixtures and Ink fountain ; Crown Folio Gordon Platen complete; Demy Columbian Hand Press ; Chandler-and Price J~ 24. in. lever Cutting Machine ; Royal Im posing Surface. We also have .asplendldlin?' of New...

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WHY LORD CURZON RESIGNED. ON THE GREATEST PRINCIPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 February 1906

WHY LORD CURZON RESIGNED. DN THE GREATEST PRINCIPLES. At a banquet given on November 16th at the By.culla Club in Lord Curzon's honor, the retiring Viceroy received a magnificent ovation. Responding to his health, Lord Curzon imade a speech, In the course of which lie said: 'Should the day ever come when the Viceroy is treated as a mere puppet, as the mouthpiece of the home Government ?who is required only to carry out what ever orders It may be thought desirable to transmit him, I think the justification for the post would cease to exist. 'About my resignation or the causes ihat led to it I desire only to mention one cause that did not. It seems to have ?been thought In some quarters at home that this was a personal quarrel, and that I resigned on personal grounds.' The- retiring Viceroy went on to ex tplain ? that he resigned for the sake of jtho 'greatest principles.'—'

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