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THE CHANNEL FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

THE CHANNEL FERRY. Tlie present revival of a scheme for a Channel ferry reminds the 'West- minster Gazette' that tiie originator of tTie plan was Sir John Fowler, who made the Underground Railway, and whoso greatest engineering exploit was 1 the construction uC Hie Vorfh Hridse. ' Ho began to work out I lie scheme in ISlit, and ill. 1872 had the satisfaction of giving evidence before a llouso of Com mons Commit tee in support of his pro ject. It passed the Commons, but met its fate in tlie tipper House, a Com mittee of the Lords rejecting it by the casting vote of the chairman. The full story of that first attempt is told by Mr Thomas Mackay in 'The Life of Sir John Fowler,' which Mr Murray pub lished five years ago. Until his death Sir John had faith in the value aud practicability of his scheme.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CARRIAGE-WASHING APPLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

A CARRIAGE-WASHING APPLI ANCE. Tho appliance shown herewith is de signed foi' tiie purpose of holding a sponge to lie used in washing a car riage, window, or any other object. It consists of a spraying 110///I0 en clrclcd by a band of soft rubber. Tills nozzle Is mounted upun the eiid of a I lpo which Is adapted , to connect to II hoso pipe by means of an ordinary coupling. Tills pipe has mounted upon It a Klndnblu threaded collar having 011 its upper edge three lugs. Wires bent in the shape of a letter V pass through the lugs and also through holes in tliu sprayer disc above. These wires aro hooked 011 their upper ends so as to engage tho sponge, as shown. By .sliding (he collar along the pipe to the right, | the sponge-holding wires are made to I approach more closely together ancl thus pinch the sponge tightly at the same time us they draw it against the spruviug nozzle. A suitable i threaded cap locks the collar and thus holds the., wire , and. spouge in this position. Tlie wate...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW KINDS OF CITRUS FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

NEW KINDS OF CITRUS FRUITS. The Lss Angeles 'Times' publishes the following: — Washington, December 3.— The annual report of the fe^retary of Agriculture contains the following information con cerning the development of ncw'varletlc-s ot citrus li^£; as tne result 01 experi ments by the department:— hai/PF citrus varieties!. The two great frosts of the winter 'of 1S9 1 and 1S95, wiiieh kiiled to the ground practically every prange and lemon tree in Florida except in the extreme 'southern part of the State, served to emphasise the great importance of securing hardy Varieties, of these fruits: Experiments were started by tho department, and the results which hare ? been obtained are very valuable and encouraging; It has - been shown that valuable h.'irdy races can be produced by crossing the very hardy cold-resisting trifoliate orange with the different varieties of the ordin ary sweet orange, Two of tiie.?e hybrid.3 which Were found to produce valuable fruits were propogatetl, and In...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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DUEL BY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

DUEL BY NIGHT. Sergeants Valeralna Rodriguez and I Fernando Orodia fought a duel to the death with swords recently, cables tho Madrid correspondent of the 'Express.' Rodriguez had slapped Orodia's faco during a discussion, and a challenge fol lowed. They agreed to fight, without seconds in tho night. After tattoo was sounded on the night of the 10th Decem ber, they left the barracks and attacked each other furiously. Thoy were found lying on the ground mortally wounded next morning.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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DEPTH OF PLANTING BULBS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

DEPTH OF PLANTING BULBS. ' Bulbs have a great faculty of adjust- j Ing themselves to the conditions in which they find themselves— hence their popu larity. But all the same, they give the best returns when given the best op portunities to work in peace and com fort. In this respect they are almost human. One thing that makes the bulb ! so easy t-? handle Is that It Is, so to J speak, fully grown before the gardener t gets it, and the sole object he has is to . put out the young flower, and generally ! to sacrifice the bulb Itself, I11 practice it Is bett'.jr to get new stock each year, ' rushing tlie bulb for all It is worth and throwing fy. out as soon as the (lower Is done. Tu'»ps adapt themselves to almost nny reasonable depth of planting, and flourlshC^mjJ'e ground just as well, whe- i ther deep or shallow. Hyacinths do . not, however, and planied to deeply, will,' develop small, stunted leaves. . Thp rea son for this need not be discussed now. however. Tho Crocus is easy, too, ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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NEW [?] FOR WOMEN. A NOBLE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

NEW Ji'l'ft?i?gftfVoR WOMEN.. A. NOBLE WORK. A medical college for women Is the latest memorial planned in honor of the visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to the United Provinces (writes the 'Ex- press' I.ueknow correspondent). Rajah Tassaduk Rasul Khan, who ori ginated the scheme for a general medi cal college as a j.-toyai memorial, nau subscribed a further sum for the wo men's college. Similar tokens of loyalty havo been given by other chiefs in. the United Pro vinces. The Ranee of Tiloi, who has a small Government allowance, has ex pressed her willingness to contribute to the building fund. 'You sny you take automobile rides for the snlco of exercise?' 'Certainly.' 'But where does the physical exercise come inV' 'Getting'out to see what the matter is.' Miss Loved: 'Father, when you re fused him your consent to marry me, did lie get on his hands and knees, and plead?' Irate Father:, 'How do I know? I couldn't sep.,-:where he drop ped.'

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

Commercial. The London butter market is steady - and unchanged. Danish' is ([noted at1 114s to ll-5s per cwt ;. Australian salted, 100s to 102s, with a few lol.s at 104s; aiid New Zealand, 104s to 106s, with a small supply of itnsalted at 106s to 108s. Colonial - market. — Butter, cnoico 10-Jrd, prime 9d to 9Jd ; bacon 'id to 8d ; honey, choice 2r|d t11 2.fd, good 2d to 2{d; eggs, north lUid to lid; south 10j .to. lid; maize, Clarence River os fid; Victorian and Tumut, 3s lldi Chaff, choice., £3 14s 4d to £3 J/»s, prime £3 6a Id to £3 10s- 11 1 ? 1 ? r 1 1 ? ? ? i '

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An Apparation an Omen of Death. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

An^pparatioii an ©melF* of Deatli. In i\ certain veil known health re - sort iu tbe picturesque country of Devon there ia a favourite bonrding liouse kept by a lady and gentleman. The house is a popular place, and is always well patronised, as tlie pro- | ? prietors do all in their power to ensure the comfort and the pleasure of their guests during their stay. Some time ago a lady, whom we may call Miss .larmain, was spending part of her holidays under these pleasant conditions. As she was dressing for dinner one evening a carriage drawn by a splendid pair o bays dashed up to the boardinghouse ? A liveried footman deconded, and then assisted a strikingly handsome lady to alight. Miss Jarmaiti noticed that her hands seemed to be swatliod in a -.veil of filmy lace, which rendered them quite invisible. Tho lady en tered tho boarding-house, and the equipage drove rapidly away. At dinner time, however, this handsome lady was conspicuous by her absence. During a pause in the i conversatio...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 February 1906

It is estimated that U\|e NorUjjjr Shore bridge (Sydney llarlW) wnjk cost £2,001.1,000 — an- amount. tiinicJB equivalent to the. estimated , the North Coast railway.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

JL General News. r At Chillagoe (Q.), on Sunday night, -while Milly Kingsbury, a young girl employed at Clay's hotel, was walking towards the post office , with a man named Miles, a Japanese ' laundry man named Sakaguchi, em ployed at the same hotel, quickly approached them and, unprovoked, 'slashed a razor across the girl's throat. She ran hack to the hotel, while 3 files grappled 'with the Jau. The latter, however, escaped. Thl girl was removed to the hospital where hopes are entertained of ht| recovery. A search was made g| Monday morning, when the Japs body was found in a gully 300 yarJ away, with % torrible gash in hi '. throat, the razor clasped in his liana 1 The Jap had a bad reputation. ! .' Owing to a technical mistake Judge Fitzhardinge at Newcastt Quarter Sessions the conviction oSfe - man who had been found guilty maliciously wounding a horse, Svas reversed by the Full Court on Friday, A black tracker, apparently a full blooded aboriginal, was called on behalf of the Cr...

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Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

Federal Capital The Postmaster-General, in whose electorate Dalgety is situated, had a parting word to say about it before .leaving for Europe. Ho referred fco-j the statement from Syduey that officers of the Stato Government arc to ..report on tho country in the I yioinity of Yass and the proposed Barron Jack reservoir as to tho suit ability for a capital site. ' They ijeem to have been frightened off the ;Iiakc : George sito'' , he said. 'Al- though Mr. Carruthers hits a lot to say about tlio unsuitability of tho Mouaro, vot ho. scorned to have en* joyed- his holiday there recontly, and had it lotto say about itsmagniti cont climate. - Now, this climate was ^vhat Mr. Watson particularly ob-. ?ic'ted to, and yet ho spent, his H£istmas holidays camping on the ^Hks of tho Snowy River. The ^Bco Governor of Victoria lias been Hbre, and overyoue talks of the Hanties of tho place and gonial Bfmosphc.ro, sjo much so 'that tho LNew 'SoHj h Wales Governmont ' -is Iiow taking' stops to impro...

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

'?'??'On a Bw@@t Tooth. I » Last year American importations amounted to £240,000,000, of which £30,000.000 was for Sugar, the total consumption, being 2,767,000 tons, making an average consumption for each individual of Golbs, Just let me ask you how. many you have in family (say 5) and you will find you use about 5 bags per annum. Come up to ' Haverstock,' ask him his price, and see how much you save on those 5 bags of sugar. That concluded, he will show: you many s'weet things on which money can also be saved. ? v : v--. — ;o:_ »? . A FACT I ? * V v ^ Haverstock is the Cheapest BENNETT & SONS. The Little Men with the Little Prices, _?ahd' Good Business, Station . Street, ^-v MULLUMBIMBY. A. J. Richards STAR STORE, MuUuntbimby, roii . Drapery, Grocery, : _ - Boots and Shoes, , \ ' And 'All Kinds op t «®»®*General Merchandise*'®**® Quality the Best. Prices Right ! P. W. Russell & Oo., The Leading Implement House, C' Newcastle: High Grade Steel Beam Plows. ' Blue CStp...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

Mne Camln^^pKnT^^^HHH^^^H fwas iiidictcoWor ing ami endeavoring to persiuui h Hcr bort ^Marshall, James Shuttle/, and Thqnut;; Worlcy to kill and murder .Julia /Watt, and the said Thomas Worlcy to kill and murder Reginald Deauehamp.' This is the culmination of 'a regu- ? lnr truigle of litigation— all h' which bears more or less directly npon the present charge — in which Mr Watt 'has been concerned at frequent, inter vals since November, 189o. Threo petitions for tJivorcc have boon pre sented by Mi:s Julia Watt and two by Sir Reginald lieauchamp. Finally a decree nisi was granted in each case. Sir Reginald's divorced wife, Lady Violet Bentichamp, daughter of the I'-n :?! of Roden, subsequently married the co-respondent and present defend ant. A deed was e\ecilted by whi.'li Mrs Watt would materially benefit if she sur\ived her husband, and he (if he survived lie:-'. Meanwhile Mrs Julia Matt gained a verdict for £5000 'damages against Lncly Violet for libel. Tbe.se circumstances wer...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

erfttiig. ' GV^sip^ ^ tlie ffis ? lettL' from the North Coast ?which is worth the consideration of hundreds of people ^hd^ve capilal all-l want an opemng- I withold the. 0U r's nam* and address, but you can it is genuine. ' Dear ' Gossip,' — When you men f- tioned (as a result of your land censu9) tlint there wove numbers of. a««rt» Wales with capi tal, ranging in amount to thought ? those men were onl. talkinc,' or else that thoy were wag ing for one particular class of laid alongside their own sliprails, b t when you mention the case of 3 01 friend %ift £.(500 and experience f Slnd, wa^ng a - billet, thafof nnm#' is a-JdPerent matter. lat, pJi&piVonJk-iend is wedded tothe -* a» f4'mf Journal ' dealsivith, to whoa* iow- *ing, and rabbit ana snucy Jr, *? ''Si,«ps 1.= k»»« °- ;/ Perhaps those other men doit- .mu- though 'they may not,, you ^t_lia-\0 heard of tho North Corf district Did not those hardy cx^'ers he V remior, Minister for Lai f, ia,,d lhe Sydney morning p their d...

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

X£f:K»s. McCATHIESLTDTI / (BYSMffSY'fr iraJUU UKOPPXHG WW » IM |PJLMCTW» , V. A mmnSOi mutt ratwSft. bumkbts, curtaimo. uga, auaaoNS,

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Judging Age of Cattle by the Teeth. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

Judging Age. of Cattle by tlie Tectli. The specification adopted in con nection with tho great. Inter national Show, at Chicago, for testing cattle by their , teeth, , is as follows, and is interesting as showing, the dentition in such animals at different stagos of growth :— Twelve months. — An animal of this age shall have all its milk (calE) incisor teeth iu place. Fifteen months. — At' this age centre pair of incisor milk teeth may ber placed by centre pair of perman ent incisors (pinchers) the latter teeth being through the gums, but not yet in wear. Eightcon months. — Tho middle pair of permanent incisors at this age should be fully up and in wear, but next pair (fully intermediate) not 'yet cut through gums. Twenty-four months. —The mouth at tnis age will show two middle permanent (brood) incisors fully up land in wear, and next, pair (first intermodiate) well up, but not in wear. Thirty months. — The mouth at 1, this ago may show six broad per manent incisors, the middlo and...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

lnveinK work, MicliS^^H Second Tramp: Dunno; but whoever it yas ought to have stopped and finished It ''rr \ ? — ?r'4' . Teacher : Can you toll mo at what *cge . a ? man usually fceylns to get bald? Bright ^pll: What Icind of a man— married or single?. Scientists assert that the fly can make 600 strokes u second with Its wings, but It prefers to loaf Wound on the bald man's head and tickle hiln. 'I am co glad your sister enjoyed her -visit ?. . to us, Mr^Smlth.' 'Oh, well, she Is tho sort ? of girl who tan enjoy herself anywhere, you know.' f ? ' - ' Vv Uncle John: My goodness, Tommy, you eat . an awful lot for such a little fellow. Tommy: ' I 'spect I aren't so little as I looks from the v outside. The Parson : Always speak well of your neighbor. Mrs Nextdoor : I do! And yet I assuro you sbe«is ono of tho most detestable-/ creatures on earth. 'It strikes me, Pat, that either you or 3 was drunk last night' 'It strikes me thai way, too, sor.' 'Well, you rascal, which. one of us was I...

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Liability of Drovers. AN APPEAL [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

Liability of ©rovei s. ' AN APPEALUM^j^n| On Saturday last Wijliarn 'Bain. n,gaiusifl||^^^^^^^H at the Casino 'I'oliee^ Magistrate and Mr. R. was proceeded with by Judge Hamilton at Lismorc^^^^^H Sessions The facts of the that Bain, who is a drovc^^^^H employed iri August last Moorhcad, to' assist him . mob of cattlo thrcagh^y^^^^^H Grafton. In the vicinity Moorhead Who up to that the drover in charge,- caijH^^^H Casino, to sec Mr. view to disposing o(L^^Wc,,n^^H cattle, leaving During. on demanded .Bain's with Mr. Moorhead was absent fri^^^^HH some 48 hours or fhct'eal^^^H^^ police then proceeded - a for not producing a rncnt ou demand, and victcd. Ho a p p grounds (I) that so vaugc that it'disclo^^^^^^^B and (2) that ,hc was' in charge of the hearing of tho appcs^^^^^^HH the Crown offeiJ^H^H^^^ the fine being rcdu^^^^^^^^^H if Baiu.. This; After c dc tb ft absolutely 111):! o -the ground. Mr. B ro w his Honro- to the travelling papevs^^^^^^^H be with cattlc^^^^^^^H stated may have...

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CLUB LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

CLUB LIFE. Discussing the prospects of the Lyceum Club for ladles Just opened in Berlin, the 'Globe' says:— 'We doubt very much whether the scheme has pros pects of success, independently .of the financial question, which is always an Important one in these cases on the Continent. There Is not the siime open ing for the Bohemian Club abroad as in this country. The Bohemian already has bl's- club — on the boulevards and In the tieer-garden— where the entrance fee is nil* and the minimum subscription the price ;.of a very inexpensive drink. Here he can hear all the latest Views, and has music into the bargain. The literary woman similarly has her afternoon cup of coffee, or, just as commonly, beer. Again, the foreign journalist or author, although he la well paid when he 'has made his name, has in his unknown dayB little money to spare for club life.' ' ?» :i 'Yea,' tho new Shade fras boasting, 'I was one one ot the leadrs ot the great beef trust. I tell you, we earned cattle to. suit...

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

? : ? r— — r — : ? ?] Telegrams. : difllcirlt^^l^^H WT Mr. Joh^^^^^^^H been . 111

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