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GENERAL WEYLER. INJURED AT MADRID. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

GENERAL WEYLER. INJURED AT MADRID. | Tho name of General Weylor, who ] has been so badly injured in the Madrid outrage, was very familiar to newspaper readers a few years ago, says tho ?' Westminster Gazette.' He succeeded Martinez Campos in tho Cuban command, and introddced tho rigorous measures which ultimately brought about American intervention. In Spain ho has distinguished himself, ; on more than one occasion, by the rapid suppression of disorder. In Madrid lie quelled, by a simple mili tary promenade, tho disturbances which ensued upon the performances of ' Electia.' At Barcelona lie as sumed the military governorship of the day after tho bomb was thrown in the Liceo Theatre, lie established a reig-n of terror in the town ; his troopers swept the streets, arresting whom they chose ; even Anarchists were shot after a very summary trial ; and order was restored. ? j ============ Jji'he United States Seeretnry for Wnr ll vacates the building up oi nn clfl F.t'tu anuy for maintai...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GORKY IN AMERICA. HIS CONDUCT JUSTIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

GORKY IN AMERICA. HIS CONDUCT J USTIFIED. ' American society has been shocked by tho statements that tho well known Russian novelist, Maxim Gorky, who had como to America t0 plead Lhc cause of the Russian revo lution, has brought wi'.h him tho well-known Russian actress, Mme. Andreeva, and had introducod her there as his wife. Jn t wo hotels tho proprietors compelled the Russian couple to leave, and tho case became a world's sensation since it was cabled to European newspapers, and the society of Russian authors in St. Petersburg indignant ly protested against the treatment, of their col league in America. It seems, however, that the story has been misrepresented in the Ameri can press by tho agents of the Rus sian Government, and Mr Leroy Scott, a friend of Gorky, now makes a statement as to Russian nforals generally that presents tho case in a different liglii. Without taking our selves ono side or another, wo (' Anglo-Russian') reproduce hero 'Mr Scott's statement to which pub li...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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BULGARIAN ROSE HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

BULGARIAN ROSE HARVEST. In the Kanza'.ilik district, says an English Exchange, in the little princi pality of Bulgaria, in the month of May. livery one of tlie ITS hamlets are devoted to rose culture. The district is 30 by 80 miles in extern. All other business is suspended. The gathering begins long hefnre Riinri^-n. fnr the freshly opened buds are to be gathered with the dew fresh ' clinging to their petals. At the close of the Russo-Turkiih war in 1STS, when Bulgaria was separated from Turkey, the Turkish Government, realising' the loss to its revenues from this Bulgarian industry, spent thousands of pounds in try ing to transplant the ? Kanzan 11k rose to Asia Minor. The roses thrived and yielded plenty of flowers, but I they failed to furnish the attar, and the ?infant industry had to be aban l;:n;d. Nor will th:- same roses given tlu- same care, -yield this special product in other - parts of Bulgaria. The industry is con- | lined to one special district,, extending along the ...

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[?]ORLORN BABIES. [?]RANGE PLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

^^^^^^BbRLORNBABIES. PLIGHT. ?Bllaincour, a suburb aordinary noise as of ' babies screaming at Voices was heard yes h by the neighbors, bm mi infants' creche ii a number of little runYler two years of I They were babies fere too poor to rear . ft them indelillitir'Iv In continued for the tlie deserted, had evidently tho matron ^^^^^^^^Riad been up a priest, tlie Abbe Bia children were looked after woman named Mile. Ha ^^^^^Valso by an inilrni old lady, relative of tlie priest. Iie matron died suddenly from a ^^^Hack of pneumonia. ^^^Hlricst received such a shock on ^^Vto the creche, and finding the ^HPon dead that he fell dead in tlie Ktn. Tlie babies were then left in Bchsrge of the inilrni old lady, who was so frightened on the day of the funeral that she fled, leaving the unfortunate babies to themselves. It was not till 24 hours Inter that the plight of tlie poor little children was discovered. The prefect of police has sent 15 babies to be cared for at the Foundling Hospital.—'...

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THE KING'S DIPLOMACY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

THE KING'S DIPLOMACY. The King of England has long been known as a very accomplished and agreeable man, with a gift of tact which : amounted to genius; but during the last three or four years he has secured a foremost position as a diplomatist. His services, to Europe have been signally successful and important, for he has everywhere appeared as a peacemaker. It requires no small ability In a king to adjust himself to modern conditions, to possess authority and to exercise it with out seeming to assume It. This is pre cisely what the King of England lias done. ?? 'j No Space to Spare.— Robert: Pudding or choese, sir? Abstracted Editor: Ow ing to pressure of other matter, regret we are unable to find rootn fotr It.' '

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EMPTY CITY CHURCH. PARISHIONERS' PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

EMPTY CITY CHURCH. PARISHIONERS' PROTEST. A remarkable situation has arisen in connection with St. Olave's, Toole^ street, a church which has exist&JjgrfW^ 1231. The trustees, who by Ae^^-® since ment are empowered to n^W^of Parlia l%d in the pound fo;j^^®kke a rate of passed the follow^g^church purp ses, mously at t^(|ji(W!F resolution unanl trusteeiuflflpeif last meeting: 'That the ra^MwR^adjourn the making of a new as a protest against the way tho spiritual duties of the parish are being carried out.' It appears that it Is difficult get a congregation at the church. It was stated at a meeting of ratepayers and parishioners that on Sunday last there were two people at the morning service and five or six at the evening service. Sometimes, however, it has happened that the aged doorkeeper alone is pres ent. The rector is Canon Rhodes Bris tow, and the rate is made to pay his stipend of LGOO a year. There is a rec tory, ivi'ich the rector sublets at L120, and he lives in Lewi...

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TWO SENIOR WRANGLERS. SUCCESS OF INDIAN' STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

TWO SENIOR WRANGLERS. SUCCESS OF INDIAN' STUDENTS. It is anticipated that. the new regu lations. abolishing the mathematical wranglership and substituting alpha-, bctical order, as in the other triposes, will lie adopted at Cambridge in tha autumn, so that it is all the more in teresting that the honor of being Senior was shaircd by. two students, an. I that one of these is an Indiun. The ' Seniors' are Mr A. T. Itajan und Mr C. J. Tv Sewell, both scho lars of Trinity College, and pupils of M' Hermann. Mr Itajan is only in his second year ; lie was born in 1883 in the Kushnu district of the Madras Presidency. Mr Sewell is the sou' of the vicar of L.ynsted, Sittingbourne, and was educated at Winchester College. Mr- Harrison, Clare College, who is third on the list, was at the Ilase brigge road Board School, London, and held junior, intermediate, and senior .scholarship at Dulwich Col lege. His father is Mr Harrison, of Tintern street, Clapham. M:\ B. VI. Bell, son of the Rev. J. T. B...

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TWO-YEAR MARRIAGES. NEW FRENCH DIVORCE BILL. VERY DRASTIC PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

TWO-YEAR. MARRIAGES. NEW FRENCH DIVORCE BILL. VERY DRASTIC PROPOSALS. Tha French Marriage Reform League after numerous committee meetings and many months of deliberation, has deci ded, says the Paris correspondent of the 'Daily Mail,' to lay before the Chamber of Deputies the draft of the Bill reform ing the existing marriage laws. The proposed reforms are of a most drastic character, and may be said to be gin and end in the divorce court. Wo men are to bo placed on an equal footing with men, and divorce, which is to be made easy for both sexes, will bo granted under two separate heading?. In the first place a clause In the draft provides for a divorce for pome specific reason. Drunkenness, insanity, and sen tence to penal servitude for some crimi nal offence are to added to the legal rea sons for which a divorce can be granted. On the other hand, the existing law which provides that a wife may obtain a divorce for Ill-treatment would be abolished under the-proposed reforms, so that...

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ROCKEFELLER IN PARIS. PARISIAN STOCK-TAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

ROCKEFELLER IN PARIS. PARISIAN STOCK-TAKERS. - The few. Paris newspapers that pay any attention to the multi-millionaire Standard Oil King's arival in this coun try (says the Paris correspondent, of the 'Daily News') do it with a certain curious air of mingled amusement, con tempt. and revuisibn. Not with sole reference to their visitor, but rathcc ia reflection upon the dreary human type of which he Is an ornament. One paper estimates that twenty-live francs flow into 'John R.'s' tlll overy time lie breathes. Another makes is L20 a minute — according to - which estimate 'John R.' breathes once in three seconds. Too fast,- one would think, for a person of Mr Rockefeller's oyster-like placidity. JVhat will he do with himself ill this home of culture and the social graces, asks a third, remarking that as a rule the multi-millionaire has no interest in literature, in the arts, in any society save bulls and bears. The questioner might have recalled- the sad case of a Yankee billionaire ...

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[?]MOND [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

[?] By ALICE and CLAUDE ASKEW. Ten years ngo, then, I w:%s a clerk in the office of a largo city merchant —a clerk in a humble way, aid in re receipt of a very small salary. Luckily, I hod some small private means, which enabled ine to keep up my little house at Hampsteail in comparative comfort, and so supply my wife and child with all the neces saries, if not the luxuries, of life. Vet it must have been very ami 101 nei , poor girl, for I was out all day, and as she had made no friends at Tin nip stead, she was left much to h 'l'self. You may imagine. : herefore, that I was quito pleased when she made the acquaintance of some people limned Meyer, who had come to live in our neighborhood. One day we received an invitation to a dance at Mr Frekc's house. He was n junior partner of the firm, and hair always been kind to me. Imagine my wife's delight ! The dance Was to be a frig afiiiir, so she made me ask Mr Freke if we might not bring Mr and Mrs Meyer with us. Tie con sented readily...

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GOLDSMITH'S CHAIR. AN INTERESTING RELIC. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

GOLDSMITH'S CHAIR. AN INTERESTING RELIC. Who doss not know that beautiful Idyll, Goldsmith'^ 'The Deserted Vil lage' ? In his 'Shoemaker's Paradise.' a little spot eight miles up the Edg ware road, the poet-philosopher rumin ated over the land's decay, and, return ing to his rooms at Brick-court, Temple, sat him down -at intervajs to indite his -immortal work. Both the cottage and the chambers had been made possible by the L500 obtained for his comedy of 'The Good-Natured Man.' Therefore for a 'time he could entertain his friends Burke, Fox, Reynolds, Johnson, and the rest in comfort. His chair was lavish. Of oak, and covered with tapestry, It was fitted with a writing-desk, adjustable also for read ing also; It had stationery and pen and Ink drawers, and candle sconces as well. So Goldsmith could sit at his ease and polish those wonderful oouplets which his brain had evolved in the country lanes. In the rooms below Dr. Black stone was indicting his legal 'Commen- taries,' and in th...

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Results of the Experiments. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

Results of the Experiments. Full details are given in the journal , of, the German Agricultural Society of the experiments above referred to, and Troiii them it seems that:— ? 1,' In almost all cases -there is a mate . . : rial.. increase in the.cr.ops throughout the .- ro.tivl.ion, but 'the Increase is very vari i.'.able. .dependent' on the character of the ' soil, and the season, whether favorable to :the process of-.' decomposition of the :Ab'S-ee»i mass ploughed under. The effect :.iw£ts ..especially marked in. the first and . ' second crop, and when 'the decomposi tion ivas'.h'indered during the ilrst sea son by 'unfavorable climatic influences, then (he''--effect was proportionately greater in -the., second and .following ;. -.'crops'. .. . ... c-r.-. '2.. It was distinctly demonstrated at all the stations and on the different soils : that the shallow is better than the deep ploughing under, and should always be adopted unless there are exceptional cir ?' .cumstances rendering...

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FARM AND FIELD. Green Manuring. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

r FABM AND FIELD. . ? Green Manuring. It is movement in the right direction v ., to find that more attention is' being di rected to the advantages to be derived . frpm; green manuring in order to fur lilshthe soil with supplies of nltrogen ? ' ous organic matter, and especially ls_ this the case in view o£ the high prices asked for nitrate ot soda and sulphate ' o't ammpnia. There are. however, vari ous problems connected with tlie opera tion of ploughing in green crops still to : be solved, and in this respect an in teresting report of some experiments is given la a, recent issue roC the journal ? of the German Agricultural Society. The object of the investigations was to ascertain: — 1. Can a satisfactory In crease of crop be expected under- most '? circumstances from green manuring ? 2, 'What are the relative advantages of shallow and deep ploughing-undcr of . the green crop. By shallow 4 to 5 in. ?'is meant, and bv deep. S to ^10 in. 8. 3s : it better to plough in the green crop...

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TEMPERATURE FOR CHURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

TEMPERATURE FOR CHURNING.' ? The fatrln croiun is not in solution but in rrUnutc' globules floating in the watery portion, or milk seruni; as it is called; Churning consists In agitating the cream l in such u-mttnnor that these particles of A;''-at_w1Il .iisjtUi. When -they have assumed j r such. a iilxo'as to bo visible, 'the hnlt.M- u said to 'break.' ? It was formerly sup- | ? posed that each fat globule-was incased i in a thin inembmne, and that churning \ wbb lnado possible by rupturing the covering - Th« ap- ..J«l troubles in churning can tvuu-ty always bo overcome by bearing ' In mlnil what the churning process con ? slstn of, nod tbe conditions that are likely to brlnjf about a hard condition of -the U tfci- tompqeatara to below Qfty,. degi'ees the fat becomes so lirm . that continued churning falls to bring the butter. On the other hand, if thetem perature Is high the fat globules unite | very quickly, and many times so quickly that the first to gather will either have ; to...

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THE DAIRY. NOTES ON CHURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

THE DAIRY. NOTES ON CHURNING. Almost, any farmer that has had ony 1 thing to do with milk and its products thinks he knows ail about making but ter, and consequently will not 'listen to any one trying to explain to him how lie f o.'*ild-: improve his- product. Tills' is a - ''Very ' bad fault with ninny If , ..they.. would, only read up and investigate .-.the subject they, wquld surely surprise themselves' to see liow'niuch-l.-ett-ir their product would turn out to bo, and tlie result would be that we would not lind ' butter on 'the market that it nut lit for sale almost at any price. As soon as the cream .leaves the separ ator it should be cooled down to as low ' a temperature as possible. If practic able and convenient, the cream ..will be ^Sreatly improved if it is run through an PP'afcratoi' and cooler, thereby extracting the animal ordors. Cream of' different separations should newr be mixed, unless it is of.the same ?'-.temperature, und no cream should' be .. started to ripen ...

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The Trail of the Serpent BOOK THE SECOND. CHAPTER IV.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

...Trail of the Serpent... ' r . By M. XI. BR-A-DSDOM-. BOOK T£-£E SSCQND. . . CHAPTER LV- {Continued). ' Poor fellow,' murmured the compassionate Jabez, ' his mind wanders sadly.' ' ' Does it ? ' asked the sick man ; 'does my mind wander, lad ? I hope it docsj I hope I can't see very clear to-night, for I didn't want to think my own brother a villain. I don't want to think bad of thee, lad, if it's only for my dead mother's sa£e.' You near s js.aia jauez. wiin a glance of appeal to the girl, ' you hear how delirious he is ? ' ' Stop a bit, lad.' cried Jim, with sudden energy, laying his wasted hand upon his brother's wrist; 'slop a bit. I'm dying fast ; and before it's too late I've one prayer to -make. . I haven't made so many either to God or man that I need forget this one. You see this lass ; we've been sweet hearts, I don't know how long now — ever sii.ee she wf.fi a little tocLdlh.g thing that I could carry on my shoulder; and, one of these days, when wages got to be 'better,...

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"NOT EXACTLY FOOLS." DR. MACNAMARA ON THE LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

'NOT EXACTLY FOOLS.' nil MACNAMAIiA ,ON THE LORDS. Addressing the members of the Liberal Club D'r Macn&mara general asreemeu I th came must a n

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LIFE IN THE ARMY. A SCATHING INDICTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

LIFE IN THE ARMY.. . '? A .SCATHING. INDICTMENT. | At a meeting of the Army League Dr. I Millar Maguire spoke on the subject of I 'The Lawless and Capricious Treatment of Our Soldiers,' and- said that the whole treatment of our soldiers for the past thirty years had been an outrage oil our race. That there should be 22,000 men driven ,into prison every year, and 7750 driven into gaol by court-martial, ?was aisasirous ruinanism. j.o conuuimi men for the whole of their lives without redemption for technical offences com mitted when they were mere boys was surely a state of things which should be . remedied. ? The food supply of our army was an . infamy. The conditions of enlistment specified fresh meat, and not the filthy rubbish, the sale of which enabled the daughters of Chicago milllonaries to buy English peers. - Dr. Maguire also criti cised the system by which soldiers were set to scrub floors and clean basins, and spoke of defaulters' drill as useless and degrading. Bairacks wer...

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AMERICAN PLAY IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

AMERIAN PLAY IN LONDON. If a good Ameiiran drama falls in London, wo may be sure that It Is In ig ' norance of the aspect of life therein dealt with rather thnn hot tility to this coun ? try that is the re. i son. Theatregoers in I London m'ght' refuse to eat bad canned I meat because it is American, and, being j human, they might rejoice that it is American and not English; but. they will not refuse to enjoy a good play simply ? because it was made in the United I States.— 'Sun,' New' -York. | The investigation , of a German ' physi cist has shown the' so-eallixl ether to have about the same density as elec trons, anil he concludes that, these viltrn-atOmlc particle.^ may make up the inconceivably thin atmosphere of space.

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HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 1 September 1906

HOMELY FARE. Sirloin en Casserole,- This is an ex cellent method of using up either the top -or lower end of a sirloin. Required: The remain's of a sirloin, two o iions, two ounces o'f butter, four .'ounces of bacon, two large firm cooked potatoees, two tablcspoonfuls of mixed pickles, half an ounce of glaze, half a pound of mush- ; rooms, one carrot, one g'.a'S of Marsala, - one tablespoonful of sauce, one pint of sto.-k, one ounce of flour. Cut the Laoon, 1 rnion, carrot, r- : ci potato in neat dice. | Melt the meter add all ?..he ah ve, jnJ then fry them till browned, n'.ir jr.' the. flour, and lightly color thafa'so. NexL. pour in the stock, and stir it till it boils. j peel and quarter the mushrooms, amjj coarsely chop the pickle?. Add thc^fl also the sauce, wine, glaze, arid scasj^f ing. to taste. Place in the I e.-f, a piece of stout, greased paper o'vi^^^H top of the cassernle, then put on The paper helps to retain all thf^^^^H| Put the casserole in the oven thirty-five or f...

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