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THE UNEMPLOYED [?] NAVY[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

THE UNEMPLOYJ^^H^I On subject grievously Country lust ngw. to ' While the great remains unsolved culties, may I ventur^^^^^^^^^^^H followf^^MB^^^M take the; relief? .- of fence often Africa, peatedly highest th Juncture to employed course sons so should sudden course that [?]

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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THE CONSERVATORY AND POT PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

THE CONSERVATORY AND POT - PLANTS. Plants of herbaceous calceolarias should be examined, and any that are well rooted should be potted on, using a good rich loam, with plenty of sand and dried cow manure intermixed. The piants should.be potted fairly. firm. Place ? them .in a frame on a bed of ashes, amidst moist surroundings. Water care fully, and shade from the sun. A frame having a southerly aspect Is the test until the autumn. x The propagation of tuberous rooted begoniaB may now be taken in hand. If short, flowerless side shoots are made in to cuttings, dibbled into pans filled with -fine sandy soil, thoy will Boon root, and -form. small tubers before they die down. It .Is also a good time to sow seeds of begonias. Prepare - pans by careful draining and filling with fine, light, sandy soil. Make the surface level and firm. Give a gentle watering, and about an hour later1 sow the seed thinly, quite on tbe.surface; n» covering over should b- s+twiy^^d; Place the pans in a cold '?...

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WANTED, A LAWYER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

WANTED, A LAWYER. The following advertisement Is In serted in the 'Neueste Nachrichten,' ot Bamberg, Bavaria:— WANTED, a capablo LAWYER. He must □ot Imagine ho can tool mc, though I am a woman; neither must lie allow my case to drag, nor look on and tlo .o t-.ng whilo hlB opponent Is working hard for the other party; nor think he can pluck mo like a pigeon; a man ot honor and of strict In tegrity. — Apply to Veronica HilHngmayer, at Hallstadt. It would seem that Dame Veronica's experience of lawyers has been a rather unfortunate one thus far. Judging by the -resoluto tone of her advertisement, she should have a somewhat formidable opponent were she allowed to plead her ' own case in a court of law. — 'Lloyd's Weekly.' . A Misinterpretation.— 'I thought you - told ine, Kate, that Mabel's fiance wag a professional man.?' 'Indeed, I did not. I told 'you lie followed the medical profession. He's an underlakerl' ~ ' - r K

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THE FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

. THE FLOWER GARDEN. Where new clumps or plantations of lilies aro to be made, the ground should be prepared at once. L. candidium suc C2Cds best in a rich, rather heavy loam, which should be of a good depth. If the soil is very light, new loam should be .added. When planting, the soil should be made firm under the bulbs, letting each one rest firmly on its base, a f 'xs-i sprinkling of sharp sand ueiitg placed unrlor and around. Cover the bulbs ev6:..y w.^.C soil to a depth of about 4 inc.:os. In cases where these bulbs are ^established, they may be left undis turced for. years. L. elegans, and its varieties are very ornamental. L. ru bellum and L. Martagon album axe all . of easy cultivation. The latter is an ex ceptionally fine variety. Its snow-white reflexed flowers are produced in pyramid form. All these lilies may be lifted as -they ripen their growths, and be re arranged and planted In the ground. If tills is not convenient, they may, after duo exposure to the air, be stored...

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

Creame)nH'35|MBHHHP™8- and H^H^|^^HMIfcj?63tsd in the miiBBBlIB? of Batter, and #P™*~ tH^Rwrying' Industry. PT ? ': Voted bjf^ all Factory Managers who are using It to be a :' -. threat Labour Saver and indispensable. Price -£2 2s. Bound in leather, printed on extra strong paper, . McCARRON, STEWART & CO., | PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS, 44 PITT 8TREET, SYDNEY. - 7+I , ' It | pBbjiw. TO COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS, Have you seen tb* STANDARD . . . 'computing scale, Tho latest and moBt up-to-date Scale mode. Scales for Grooers, Confec tioners, Butobors, Tobacconists, &c. BOLD ON TERMS or CASH DISCOUNT Wrifco for Illustrated Price Lists. THE STANDARD COMPUTING SCALE COMPANY, Union Chambers, PITT STREET, SYDNEY. r-3eeHEigHM.L'S Bfaasian Wheat Ready Reckoner ?nr.- Obtainable from Compilers — Box 1221,G.P.O. ; ' AND nHn^on, Stewart & Go., 44 Pitt Street, Sydney. 10/6. Postage, 6d. extra. ^KeAT AUTOMATIC POISON CART, FORTESCUE'S | )( L Pollard Distributors. ! V/K^r V It has ju...

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ALLEGED IMPERSONATION. LADY MURIEL PAGET. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

ALLEGED IMPERSONATION. LADY MURIEL PAGET. , Y Lady Muried Paget was a witness Marlborough street Police Court on 23 1) \ November, when Mrs Margaret True^ Prebble, 28, was charged on remand:, with having fraudulently obtained two miniatures and other goods, worth L77, from Eslie Collings Limited, New Bond street. When arrested some ladies' visiting cards bearing the words 'The Hon. M. Paget' were found in accused's room, and in the witness-box yesterday Lady Muriel said she had never seen the pri soner before. The magistrate read some of the let ters, which made fictitious appointments 'on behalf of Lady Muriel Paget.' One letter ran: — 'Would you be good enough to for ward me a photograph of my late cousin, the Marquis of Anglesey?' r Lady Muriel Paget: I am no relatlcy' to the Marquis of Anglesey. j /[ Cross-examined by Mr Barnard, ')e witness said she was the daughter bi the eleventh Earl of Winchilsea. The crest on the envelopes was not of the Winchil sea family. Mr Barnard: It ...

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

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BEHIND THE SCENES. RECTOR'S STARTLING STATEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

BEHIND THE SCENES. RECTOR'S STARTLING STATE MENTS. The Rector of Birmingham (Canon Denton Thompson) made a remarkable statement, writes the 'Dally * News,' when speaking at the annual meeting of the Girls' Night Shelter at Birmingham j on 3rd November. He said many girls i fnl! tntn wop sind misGrv thromrh ignorance. Many were brought up in entire ignorance of the constitution of their own body, and he wag most thank ful that physiology and other like sci ences were being increasingly taught in the elementary schools. He felt that much might be done by educating girls to understand what they really were. 'I have known those who have been ruined,' said Canon Thompson, 'and have then set to work to ruin others. I might perhaps startle same of you If I said I knew a club consisting of young men, and one of the terms of member- j ship is that each must ruin a pure girl. You would almost think such a thing inr ! credible, but it is so; and there are so j many things which go on behind th...

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Band Social. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

? ; ? -r Band Social. / \ Despite the extremely inclement weather, and the muddy state of the' streets and roads, owing to the con tinuous rain, the Band social on Thursday night was well attendedy some 62 couples being present. The attendance was eonhned cnieny to townspeople, the heavy rain that was falling, combined with, the swollen creeks and sloppy nature of the roads, preventing country people from com ing in. Prior to dancing commence .ing, the President, Mr. A. Cameron, addressed a few words to those as-' sembled, and announced that thef secretfwy had repoivod ixoyajT A gVithford^tlvfe cloth woikerf by- her, ^accompanied by a cheque for £11, as the result of her energy and exertion in the interest of the Band. A unanimous vote of thanks was accorded Mrs. Withford for her kind ness. The cloth was a big undertaking, and Mrs. Withford is deserving of the everlasting thanks of the mem bers of the band for her thoughtful ness, as the cheque will be a big' assistance to the band ...

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

Billinudgel. (From a Correspondent). Last week Herbert Atkins, of this centre, had a narrow escape from drowning. During the late rain, the creeks were very much swollen, and . Atkins, m attempting to cross one, situated about: two miles from Billi nudgel, was washed off his horsey Not being able to swim Atkins was in a very bad way, and was going down the last time, when Percy Perkins arrived on the scene, and ; dived in and brought him to the bank. This experience should tend to give Atkins a lesson, and be the means of preventing him from crossing these creeks in a like con dition in future. As for Perkins he deserves the highest credit for his brave deed. The weekly meeting of the Billinud- - gel Lodge, I.O.G.T., wiU^agjfl^i^l the- School olArts I understand thaf^fl^H^Hj^^^H be chosen drink ' ; Mr. end the blowing out the light^^P^^^^^HH

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THE KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

THE KITCHEN GARDEN. The thinning of crops is a most im portant operation, more especially so in dry weather, but is often neglected. Even when thinning is done, it is some times left until too late, with the result that the seedlings become crowded, and are weak and drawn. The thinning is best done in dull and showery weather in the case of large breadths of pars nips, carrots, etc., but when vegetables are cultivated in small beds these may have water readily applied before and after thinning. Beetroots should now Vie thinned, and the best thinnings made use of in thinning gaps in the lines, or they may be transplanted in a fairly rich piece -of . ground. The holes for transplanting should be made with a long dibble, so as to take a plant with out doubling up the root In the least. When turnip and parsnip beds are thinned, plants of the former should be left 11 inches apart, and the' latter 1 foot ^apart. If the carrot seed was sown thickly, they will now require to be thihned; but...

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

raapberrlesT^^^W jHM^^^MB^especlally where means of j^HHH^matering were not available. It of great service to apples and pears where the fruit , was swelling. As soon as the fruit has been gathered from gooseberries and currants, the ground should be well stirred with the cultivators, and a good mulch of well decayed stable manure applied, and then given a thorough soaking of water. This will encourage the plants to make strong growth, and enable them to carry good crops next season. A sharp look-out must be kept for apples and pears which' have been at tacked by the grub of the codlin moth. All diseased fruit should be immediatelgy gathered up and fed to the pigs, or otherwise destroyed. The fruit should never be allowed to remain on the ground1 as the grubs will escape, and cause trouble for another season. Continue/the thinning ond stopping of ' the shoots of apples and pears. I£ this is done systematically, it will promote the formation of fruit spurs, instead of wood growth. At...

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Li[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

[?] TuE^jWvore Quarter Sessions werft opened Lismore on the Jilst inst;' before Mis Honor Acting Judge' Hamilton, with Mr. R. J.' Brbiyning Crown Prosecutor. - A heavy list of eases were dealt with, extending over three days. 'Sydney Lancelot Moflitt pleaded guilty to embezzling the suin of £77()-;l(5s 5d, the prpperty of the Postnuistcr-Gencral, and was .sen*' tcnced to two year's imprisonment, with hard labor, in Grafton gaol. Petor Greatorox was. found guilty of indecent assault on a girl 8 years of age, at Coil's Harbor, and sen tenced to 18 months' hard labor.' Otto ( Lang charged with cattle stealingat Woodburn, pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to two yenrs' im prisonment, which wus suspended under the First Offender's Act, A. Jones and Maggie Smith charg ed with assault and robbery at Mnclcan, whre found guilty, and sentenced to twelve months respec tively. J. Kinnenllv, charged with horse stealing, wus acquitted. George Williams, who pleaded guilty to forging and uttering, ...

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Separation of the Famous Bohemian Twins. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

SejKirsttioii of the Famous . Bohemian Twins. Pkokessor Kukula,-. of! -Prague 'Uni- versity, is reported to have succeeded in separating the famous ' Bohemian Twins,' Rosa and Josefa Blazek, on January 5th. The sister Blazek have furnished one of the most remarkable anomalies iu the history j of surjrerv bciner ioincd at tho hips, but having a separate and distinct existence from the waist upwards, and two pairs of legs. A minor op eration was first submitted to by Rosa, with the result that while her temperature increased by GOdcgs. that of her sister remained station ary. This led to the conclusion that the twins enjoyed independent consti tutions, and it was found 011 inquiry that a few years ago Rosa had scarlet fever and typhoid without her sister suiferidg.in health. The sisters Blazek arc the daugh ters of a Bohemian former, and were born in 1878. Though united physically, they have always dis played distinct individualities. One could sleep while tho other road a book or pla...

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Twins to Wed Twins. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

Twins to Wed Twins. r/ An extraordinrry marriage was to have taken place in Paris last month, when the twin brothers Charnteau, both of whom are painters by repute,' will marry the twin sisters lleuaud, two beautiful girls, who are only 18 vcars of aire., Tlie best men at the double wedding will be another pair of twins who are cousins of the twin bridegrooms. Alphouso and Gabriel Charnteau arc so absurdcdly alike that they have been the victims of ludicrous mistakes all their lives. Their mother is a widow, and on this account one of the twins was excused military service. Wishing not to be separated from each brother, ho went to livo in the town where his twin was quartered. Ho was arrested four times during the week, and accused of appearing in public without uniform. He had the ffreatest difficulty in convincing the authorities that lie was not the conscript. Tho brothers are so fond of each other that thoy have resolved never, to marry. But they both fell in love! almost simult...

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WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE. According to the 'Westminster Ga zette,' in the educational world of ' America, William Jewell College is known as an essentially progressive in ?tltution. Named In honor of its prin cipal benefactor at the time of its foun dation, now fifty years ago, it is situate at Liberty, Mo., a few miles from Kan sas City. It is the oldest college west of the Mississippi. Though not a theologi cal seminary, in the distinctive sense of the word, the college has ever stoo.d high for its Divinity school; and it has the reputation of training more ministers than any other college in America: The faculty consists of thirty professors, and the president is Dr. J. P. Greene. In tne churchyard of Woolwich, Kent, England, Is the epitaph: 'Sacred to the memory of Major James Brush, Royal Artillery, who was killed by the acciden tal discharge of a pistol by his orderly, 14th April, 1831. .Well, .done, good and faithful servant.' Mr Roosevelt has appointed a commis sion of three S...

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THE GERMAN [?] AN INTERESTING IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

[?] \ AN . INTPRESTING^Hh^^^B writer who' confesses to having. been 'r£Kp-sIy insular In' his. ideas, and wholly'; ignorant of Germans, except ;1 rough newspapers,' contributes to 'Klackwood' an Interesting and timely article on what ho saw in and about a German town. He went abroad, he savs. in the /full expectation of finding in his Teutonic cousin a swaggering and blus tering semi-barbarian, eaten up with self-conceit, and never quite happy if he Was not cramming down a neighbor's .throat the German military superiority. I 'Let me confess at once that I have been most agreeably disappointed. Now and again a newspaper may attempt to make political capital by representing England as an aggressive and unscrupulous Power, and by hysterical warnings to the German nation to be ready to stand to arms* at a minute's notice. THE REAL TRUTH. But I believe from the bottom of my heart that the bulk of the German people are at least as peaceably minded as ourselves, and would regard a serious...

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"SARAH" IN A TENT. WILL FIGHT THEATRE TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

'SARAH' IN A TENT. j WILL FIGHT THEATRE TRUST. Unless the Theatrical Trust relents, it will be necessary for Mme. Sarah Bern hardt to act on some occasions In a cir cus tent when she goes on tour through Most of the theatres in Texas are con trolled bv a syndicate which refuses to allow Mme. Bernhardt to use Its theatres because her tour Is being man aged by Messrs Shubert. The latter have only a few theatres In Texas, and have not only rented a tent, but a circus train as well. Mms. Bernhardt says she has 'great' managers. 'I shall aid them by appearing in a tent with a stage of pine boards. Pro bably I shall enjoy it, but maybe not.' A revival meeting was In progress at Capel Newydd the other day, when ail evangelist called for volunteers for prayer. No one responded at flrst, but subsequently a Methodist pnstor began to pray. Somebody got up and informed him that there was a devil In him, and then — there was n scene! Amid exor cist prayers, which enme from all parts of the chape...

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LIONESS AS SKIPPER. A DESPERATE POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

lVpness AS SKIPPER. A DESPERATE POSITION. 'A thrilling, adventure at sea with a savage lioness, which had escaped from her cage, is related by the crcw of the Hamb\urg-American freight steamer Pallanz^, writes the Now York correspondent of the ' Ex press.' ' When three (lays \out on her last voyage from HambiVrg the 1'allanza was overtaken by a. furious sto.'m. The vessel was tossed about like a cork, and the cages belonging to a travelling menagerie, which had been placed on the upper deck,\so that the animals might get more aV.r, strained at tho lashings. \ The lioness showed the greatest ter ror. She roared every time ' a wave came on board, and hurled v herself furiously against the liars. Very soon an exceptionally large wave struck the lioness's cage, mid overturned it. Tho fierce aninitil managed to get out, and rushed down the slippery deck, reeling and plung ing as the ship rose and fell. The seamen, when thoy saw what had happened, fled for their lives, with the lioness in...

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FOUR DELICIOUS FRUIT SALADS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 3 March 1906

FOUR DELICIOUS FRUIT SALADS. Cherry Salad. — Stone a pound of deep red cherries and a pound of whitehearts. Place in a bowl with halt a cupful of powdered sugar, and pour over them a tumbler of burgundy or port wine, to which a tablespoonful of curacoa has been added. Leave in a cool place till required. Melon Salad. — Remove the rind of a small Cantaloup melon, cut it in slices where.it. is grooved, and remove all the pulp and seeds with a spoon. Place in a large white china bowl, sprinkle with lemon juice and powdered sugar, add a wineglasstul of canary sack, and set aside on Ice for an hour. Serve with sponge fingers. Strawberry, Apricot, and Peach Salad. — To every pound of strawberries allow two peaches and a pound of apricots, peeled and halved. Spread a layer of the strawberries in a wide crystal dish, sprinkling liberally with sifted sugar, then puta layer of apricots and peaches, covering with sugar, and repeat till the dish is full, strawberries forming the last layer of a...

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