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Land Appeal Case. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

Land Appeal Case. Before the Lands Commisssioncrs, Sydney on the 14th May, Sarah Anne Ormsby appealed against the direc tion' of the MurwiHumbah Land Board in respect of Patrick Glynn's a. p.p., application No 1905-40, the disallowance of her c.p. No. 1905-38, Murwillumbali, and the direction of the local Land BoanJ in respect of George Cleveland Jarrett's a.c.p. ap In giving its decision the Court said the appollant's application had been made by virtue of a.c.p, made by her late husband in 1S94. I11 1898 she was obliged to live elsewhere owing to ill-health, and had not lived 011 it since. Section 3, sub-division F, of the 1903 Act provides that 110 application shall be entertained from the transferee of an original c.p. un less the applicant lias been in resid ence on the holding six months immediately prior to tho application, unless the local land board finds that tho applicant was forced to discon tinue liis rosidenee under adverse conditions beyond his control. With out going...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A TALL STORY. [?]EL BECAME WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

A TALL STORY. HtahraL B10C A .UK WOOd' ?»ing story is given us by a whose veracity we would noi Wears 1 ago in the fall a hun Hirrcl, which lodged between Rgs, the size of a lead pen ding near the man's house he e squirrel each week, cnrlncr the tudcrs crew, and remained in the position it ^B^second year the t-wigs, which had (?own to be the size of a man's lingers, died;' so did the limb die. The third year no change, but during the fourth year the tall oE the squirrel dropped off, and the man noticed no change the fifth, but the slxtX year he secured the limb and squirrel, and found ?to his surprise that the squirrel had be come a white oak bump. Under the microscope could be seen th* hairs in the wood. The places for the eyes and ears were perfect, and where the chin and forelegs had touched the twig it grew to them. The legs were intact, but the feet had disappeared. The body of the squirrel had grown to be about four inches in diameter. What puzzled the gentleman who gave u? th...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.M.P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

A.Sf.P- Society. We have received a copy of the' 57 th annual report of the Australian Mu tual Provident Life Assurance So ciety, submitted to policy holders last Friday, and for the information of those who may have policies in same we publish a digest of the report, which shows that the Society' is still attainincr marvellous results, lirobablv unequalled in the annals of life assur ance. During the year 1905 110 less than 15,866 new policies were issued for no less than £4,075,514, t he new premiums totalling nearly £192,000. In the Industrial Branch 8114 policies are in existence, assuring £207, 027, and bringing in a premium revenue of £12,094. During the year over £1202,700 was paid away for death claims or matured endow ment. The accumulated funds now gross nearly ill -V million pounds. The total revenue for 5 905 was £2,794,230, of which £909,912 was for interest on loans. The sum of £635,532 is available for distribution amongst members, and this will pro vide ?reversionary...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE JAPANESE PRESS. CAN BE DECIDEDLY OUTSPOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

THE JAPANESE PRESS. CAN BE DECIDEDLY OUTSPOKEN. The 'Japanese Herald,' published at Yokohama, wrote on the 16th March:— In spite o£ frequent complaints, the telegraphic service between Kobe and Yokohama is as bad as ever. On the 10th from Kobe giving the result of the Inter port football match, and two telegrams were handed in at the Sannomija otflce— j the first giving the result of the play to ' ha'.f-time and- the second particulars of j play in the latter half. About half-pa-st six we received a message giving the final score, which was handed In at Kobe at 5.20 and received at the Yokohama of fice at 6.15. This we concluded was the only wire dispatched, and consequently went to press. . But we had not reckoned upon the va garies of the Telegraph Office, where the officials appear to believe in the Biblical story about the first being last and the last first. Shortly after half-past seven another message reached us giving some particulars of the early part of the game. This was ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Bold Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

A Bold Scheme. Tub proprietors of the Mimosa Estate out Temora way(says tlie 'Stock and Station Journal '), arc ? making a strong move in the way of immig ration. They have set apart 10,000 acres of tlie estate for tlie North of Ireland farmers. Mr. Martin has been inspecting Australia, and has seen all the likely places, on tho Coast and in tho other States, and has. declared' in favor of Mimosa. Ho is leaving for Belfast, and expects to get 20 to 30 young Irish men to come out and settle 011 Minosa. Each one is to pay his own passage out. When they arrive at tho estate, tho proprietors will house them and feed them free, and each man will tako his own block of land and clear 125 acres in the first six months. The landownors will find houses, ploughs, tools, all necessaries, and when tho harvest is lold the farmors will got one-lialf of the net proceeds. Then they cr.n buy the land at £3 10s an acrc, or— leave it alono ! It sounds like a fair deal, and there is no earthly reason wh...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"WIRELESS" TORPEDOES. DIRECTED BY HERTZIAN WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

'WIRELESS' TORPEDOES. DIRECTED BY HERTZIAN WAVES. The new submarine, which Is directed from the shore, or from a battleship, by means of electrical waves, has finished its trials at Antlbes, and is said to ha e fulfilled the expectations of its inventor, M. Lalande. The instrument Is formed of two cone fiuijjea ujmiuKia, jiui lyoiiLiiuy one on the top of the other. Tlie upper one is tho smaller, and is fitted at either end with a short mast for receiving the waves. This part of the vessel is never quite submerged, The lower part is joined to the upper by strong transoms, and contains the torpedo tube, the motor, the sleering gear, and the screw. The operator controls the weapon from a transmitting station, r.nd can send It along in any direction ho chooses, with out danger to himself. ()atarrh-way. — Mrs Jones: Doctor : wti'at do you do when you have n cold In your head? Doctor: Well, uindnmo, most' of the time I sneeze! '

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

'Telegrams. TI10 Land Board at Inverell has granted 40 leases on Myall Creek Closer Settlement area at rentals ranging from 7d to Is 2d per acre. A noil-confidence motion in the Tasmanian Assembly was negatived by a majority of six votes. The estate of the late George Lansell, of Bendigo, has been valued for probate purposes at £600,001'. It is understood the Land Com missioner's report is a trenchant one, but will not be available for some days. Tho inquiry will not be c!os?d until the return of Willis. : serious creep occurred in tl.c central mine at Broken Hill on Wed nesday, and affected both the central mill and 'Block Ten' shaft. All the men were removed from the work ings. Frederick William Doe, manager of tho Muichison branch of the Commercial Bank of Australia in Victoria has been remanded 011 a charge of stealing £1,227 from the Bank. Tho N. C.S.N. , Co's. Electra, trad ing between Sydney and the Manning, came into collision with the tug Energy off North Head early Thurs d...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BISHOP'S MOVE. LOCKS UP THE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

THE BISHOP'S MOVE. LOCKS UP THE PALACE. From -Paris, the correspondent of tho 'Express' wrote, on 18th March:— The city of Dijon is in the curious position of having two bishops at pre sent, both living in lodgings, while the episcopal palace iremalns locked and deserted. ^ One ofJh£jbiKhops,- M. le Xordez, was formally removed by the Pope's edict a year ago because of his Republican sympathies. But' owing to the Con cordat, and the difficulties of ejecting him, he was left in possession of episcopal powers. He left the palace, however, and locked it up. On the enforcement of the Separation Act, tlie Pope Appointed M. Dadolle to the bishopric. He was enthroned yes- | tenSay, and was to have entered the palace in state after the ceremony. But the new bishop found the doors locked. He tried to overcome the difficulty by law, but as the Government have never accepted the deposition of Bishop le Nordez, it refused to interfere. The result is that the palace remains untenanted, while the...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIRELESS MESSAGES. OVER TWO THOUSAND MILES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

WIRELESS MESSAGES. OVER TWO THOUSAND MILES^^Bfc The principal feature of naval tactical exercises last week In the Atlaptitf* lias - (writes the London 'Express' ; of February) the testing of wireless 4ei^^^^H graphy for limits of efficient signalllu^S^^H The combined fleet, under .'the chlcf^g^H command of Admiral Sir Arthitr Wilson, \%t:igueu iiuiii ijugus at liuie u ciucK. the . morning of Thursday, 15th, Felig|^HH ruary. The 'general Idea' of the operationj^^^BH as set forth in the Instructions. to officers and captains,, was as folio A vast circle, some two thoi^^^^^^^H miles in circumference, was pricl^^^^^^^^H 011 .the, cluirt^upon tlui^VtLintlc^B^^^^^^^g abreast of Togo's. In the centre lay the llagshl^^^SBmm Commander-in-Chief, the battleship j5x- 1 mouth. In three radial lines; .extend ing at equi-distance, from this.; randdle V . spot, were, spread all the warships of this great armada, their formation re sembling a three-spoked wheel. The battleships were disposed In sue...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

[?] :ln makes : Drury - an one London world and part in sam factor the the boys attending the London ' the a few hours later iiiiiin they in metropolita^^^^^^HH^^^^^BH^H satisfactory to the schoolmls^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H more be - Did^ once ter pointed to was Some figures are the is In to keen note the frequent to ranks these The divided standards — IV., V., VI., to learn or Harper^^^^^^^^^^^^H would return their ordinan^^^^^^H^^^H life equipped for a higher standi^^^HPP^^^H they left before Christmas. T^Wnis ?. to school hours. On matinee days, from 9 to 12.15 is the time for study; while . - Upon others 9.30 to 11.30 and then 12.15 to 2.15 represent the period, with a - couple of- hours on Saturdays. The hours of, the ordinary days are fixed in order aH to give the children ample time to run / home and see their- parents ^before the ? ''call' for the evening's performance. Did they have prizes? 'Oh, yes, just H the same as- at other schools,' ) ex- V plained Mrs Harper, and she poi...

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[?]CROBES IN MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

^^Rrobes in milk. ^^^^^^H^kkcertain microbes whose in of raH^MnHBp^ undesirable The sourinp which is proilueetlj by the lae ..tic acid bacteria is very harmful when Y -it- iakes place in the food of infants, p Under the favorable conditions which L 'frequently exist in the digestive canal j ' of children, the usual microbes multi- ' V * . j:J y proditfioutly. The lactic fermen tation which they produce causes ah acidity which is actively injurious to, ^ fc .? the stomach of the child, and dig-es^ F live troubles are set up, of which ' diarrhoea ' is the common symptom. ' i This particular form of disturbance ./' can often be simply remedied by merely boiling (he miik before using food. The boiling destroys the , whose excessive number has the -malady, nnd the trouble yields to this very simple pro |HV LACTOSE undergo a double fermentation, ^I^^Kowing to bacterial changes. One is ^^^^Vthe transformation into alcohcA and carbonic acid. This change is l-cst HH^L^effccted by special mic...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] Zealand Exports. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

l^^nVZetlBnd Exports. Is been issued By me xx Agriculture, 'Wellington, showing the volume and exports of certain products snded 31st March. These, irison with the previous 2ase, are as follow: — cwt., valued at Ll,443,l53. 1,408 cwt. and L71 003. 03 cwt., Li257,171. Increase 6,297. ! cwt., 1.18,866. Decrease 538. Mutton, 774,211 cwt., LJ, 098, 417. De cre.iic 191,292, 1525,383. I-amb, 1,905,717 carcases, LI. 151, 919. In crease 11,356 carcases, L28.807. Wheat, 991.068 bushels, L.H8.281. In crease. 439,269 bushels, L63.346. Oats, 932,010 bushels, L88.025. Decrease 1,315,332 bushels, LS6, 928. Potatoes. 270 tons, L2429. Decrease, . 3343 toils, 1.7253, ifcerap, 2S.5444 tons, L691.760. Increase, 3336 lOJis^decreased value, Ij39,043.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dairy Breeds. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

Dairy Breeds. BUestion which is tho best breed rycattle will probably never bo Vccbrily scLtlwl. A iiumber of iH'ii 'believe that a judicious cif .certain breeds produces tho osults. . Otlici-s contend tlmt in ng, ,a breeder : undoes, in one W it'linu tnL-«n .7.,., ITT ™nvo of and intelligent work to per-, ^?^^^?hci-c is certainly a good deal statement.- The of a pure herd of ^H^^H^P^urccd is ho haphazard job. | P^^^rRjpotency in stud animals is most | desirable, and this important factor to success can only be achieved by | years of careful breeding and selec tion. Notwithstanding this fact, many of the heaviest yielding cows arc the result of what is termed a j judicious cross of two dairy breeds. In Australia the Ayreshire-Shorthorn . cross is popu'a.' with many dairymen, and ideal milkers are bred in this way. The experience of owners in other countries should prove interest ing. A writer in ' Hoard's Dairy ? ?? man 'states: — ' For retailing of milk ~~~ a man should have a milk...

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STRIPPING COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

STRIPPING COWS. Should cows be stripped after milking or not. Writing in 'The Dairy,' a British monthly journal, Professor M'Connell says that he is one of those who all his life was accustomed to see tho cows stripped out by a responsible person, who rouoweu arter tne regular gang or milkers ; but recent events have caused him to change his mind as to ? iJin . advisability of the practice. Many, authorities have pointed out aforetime that as tho milk secretin . was intimately connected with nervous organisation, the stopping of the milk and then coming back to start it again wife doing the cow harm, as it amounted to a restarting of the nervous energy. About a year '? ago Professor M'Conuell stated his belief that stripping was absolutely necessary; he now begs to take it all back— as, since then he has tried his cows the other way with the most satisfactory results. They are now milked out at one sitting, and if a small quantify be left in the bag, the Professor argues, iWJoes the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] DAIRY COW. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

COW. nnboiuitedly one cow

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Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

Produce Report. Flour. — ^City roller to £8; country niakos, £7 15/-; best imported to '£14 15/. Butter, choico 10id, prime lOd. Bacon, best factory sidos 5id to Vid, pineapple side 8d. Cheese, prime loaf 4d to 6d, good 5;Jd. Eggs, North 1/0 to 1/1, South 1/1 to 1/3. Chaff, extra prime to £4-10/-, prime to choicc oaten £3 15/, medium £3 5/0 por ton. Y Potatoes, £7 10/- to £8 nor ton. Bran and pollard ll-?;d perjbusheli Maize, Northern River prime 2/5 per bushel. ^ Oals, prime 2/9 per bushel. i

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Bank of N. S. Wales [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

Baulk of 'N. S. Wales The half-yearly meeting of tho direc tors . of the Bank of New South Wales was held at the cliiof banking house, Sydney, on Friday, tho 25th May, 1906, when the hundred and eleventh half yearly report was pre sented to the proprietors. The Pre sident, Dr. C. K. Mackellar, M.L.G., presided, and in presenting tho report said : — Tho directors have tho pleasure to submit to the proprietors a state ment of the assets and liabilities of the. Bank on the 31st March, with the auditors' report and declaration. The net profits for the half year after doducting rebate on current bills, interest on deposits, paying note and other taxes, reducing valuation of bank premises, providing forbad and doubtful debts, and fluctuations in fclin i-nliio r,P and including recoveries from debts previously written ofE as bad, amount to £129,385 0s lid; to which is to be added, £18,232 10s 4d, giving for distribution £147,617 lis 3d, which the directors recommend to be dealt with as fol...

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Australian Light Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

Australian Light Horse. A WELL-ATTENDED meeting of; those .interested in the formation of a half company of Australian Light Horse, was held at the School of (Arts on Wednesday night last. In the ab sence of the convener (Dr. lCesteven), who was unavoidably unable to attend, Mr. John MacGr'ogor was un nnimnnslv vnfprl fn tlin nlin.ir. n.nd after thanking them for the honor conferred upon him, briefly explained tho object for which they had met. He had no doubt in his mind as to the ndvisability of the movement. Ho thought we should be patriotic, and- take an interest in our country, as the time may come when we may be called upon to defend ourselves. He would like to see all young per sons' join, arid take an interest in the movement. Scrgeant-Major Armbruster briefly stated the mode of procedure for entering,, the company, the number of days and half days parade in the year, arid the allowance to members when on parade. The member, he stated, had to provide his own horse, the Gover...

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[?]ry Tourists. [?] LAST RAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

[?] [?] ?r said ' The strict was for aV solution, of ' 3 . knew, tho iely admitted sked for would ley needed.' m.v.a 4-r. r Styx. (3. JJllW ; ? JULB uuu v,-jmv. A-u the 'conclusion that the best land on the Coast, lay between Kempsey and Grafton. Anyone who went into tlie merits of the proposal (even though it involved an expenditure of £2,700, 800) could only oome to one conclusion viz., that the railwtiy should bo constructed, and of that fact ho was more convinced than ever. If this was done,' population would increase by leaps and bounds.' Mr. T. .Creswell He regarded the Tweed-Casino line as only an instalment of the larger scheme, which, when completed, would enable folk to como from tho Tweed to his electorate in North Sydney.' , Mr, D. Levy :— 'He thought no more deserving railway had ever been mooted.' ??-? . Mr. T. Henley : — ' He . had voted for the first reading' of tho N.C. Railway Bill, and if he had not come fie would have gone oh voting for it. Since coming here, how...

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[?]ire Counsillors. [?]ES OF COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 2 June 1906

^^Kre Counsiliors. OF COUNCIL. .j^^cli tupp e ar s in the Mr ? the sippoint 134 shiros is announ of these ?HB^B^^fl^^ictid down by section 7 r (a) of the Shires Act which provides I that — »j. . The Governor may make orders. -B ,- for the provisional government of Cf shires on their being constituted, ': K|| arid in the exercise of such' power ? B%| may appoint a temporary Council pf ''Xpy five members, who shall, within six 'ir'mf: months of the date of the appoint C ment, direct and supei'vise tlie pre '- I paration of the lists and rolls of electors, and make all necessary arrangements for the election of tho first Shire Cuncil. ;The proclamation states that the I appointment of these temporary coun 1, cillors shall take effect as from the ninth day of June, 1906, so that the councillors .will have from that date ' to December 8 inclusive to prepare i tho list b and rolls of electors, and to 1 .make arrangements for the election of | the permanent Shire Council. 1 '^jSie Act prov...

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