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SKIM MILK FOR LAYING HENS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

SKIM MILK FOR LAYING HENS. Two series of experiments with laying hens have recently been reported by the West Virginia Experiment Station, says the 'American Agriculturist.' Results indicate in each case that more eggs were produced when skim milk was sub stituted for water in moistening the mash. Under the conditions prevailing in the experiments, and with eggs sell ing for 12%d a dozen, the skim milk used in this way had a feeding value of 0%d to Id a quart. In the trials, 802 quarts of skim, milk wore fed, and an increase of 702 eggs was secured. In this same bulletin is also a report of an experiment to test the relative egg producing value of mongrels and white Leghorns. The results are summarised as follows:— Fifty white Leghorns were compared with 50 mongrels for one year as jo cost of food and egg production, ^Uinary care and attention being given, »h as they would receive on the nve Bge farm. In addition to skim milk ?sod to moisten the mash, tho Leghorns Bonsumed Glib, of ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

Land Court. The following cases are down for hearing at Mullumbimby on Monday, 28th. January, at 10 a.m ? L. A. Murnane, a.c.p. 06/24; con firmation or otherwise. J. V. O'Neill, c.p. 06/86 ; form of survey. — J. 0. Riley, -/100 ; confirmation or otherwise. J. C. Law, c.p. 06/113 and 06/114; disallowance or otherwise. R. H. Eady, sp. Is. 06/8 ; granting or otherwise. W. J. Knilands, jnnr., c.p. 05/100 ; reside with same family. Matthew Devine, h.s. 01/10 ; ful filment of conditions. F. P. Walsh, c.p. 01/11 ; fulfilment of conditions. . H. A. F. Shrader, 04/102 ; fulfil ment of conditions. J. H, Haines, c.p. 01/7 ; to encloso road. A .0. Harrigan, sp. pur. 06/46 ; de termine value, etc. A letter enclosing the sum of £500 in an envelope, and.bearing no address was ; found in the dettdlSletter. office, Melbourne. { A c^B^HBj^H^Vt-ee a Half-holiday.'i and was® played on the latter's wicket on Saturday last, aud resulted in a win for the Half holidayites by 27 runs. Appended are tho score...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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REPAIRING MACHINERY AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

REPAIRING MACHINERY AT HOME. On onr farm we have a shop for re pairing machinery. It is an essential factor in farm management to be able to repair breakages and keep the machinery in good working condition. A , great many formers neglect repairing their machinery themselves bccause they they think it costs -about as much J'QS-' repairing tools as it does tg—Jnirfe the work done. . ... ? The nceompanylng illuseration shows a drill made to drill holes for repairing purposes. This machine will drill a hole through steel or wrought iron as quick- j ly as n drill we have that cost a good of money. The main p-iece upon which the drill rests Is a lx-1, 2fet G ienches long mounted upon four legs made of oak 2x4 materials. The legs are worked down to two inches square at the bottom to se cure neatness and make the drill as light as possible. The main standard is a 2x4, .2 feet high mortised into the main 4x4. The stub standard is also a 2x4, 8 inches high and mortised in the same 4x4 i inch...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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Mullumbimby Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

MuliumMinby Ilifle Club. A meeting of the committee of the above was held in Captain Torren's office on Friday night last, Capt. Torrens presiding. Other members of the committee present were Messrs II. French, W. Richards, P. Nelson, II. Turnbull, A. E. Latter, and tho ?secretary, (C. Latter). After the minutes df the previous meeting had been read and confirmed, ?correspondence was read from the secretary of the Quilty Cup Competi tion, Lismoro, notifying that an alter ation had boen .made in the rules governing same and. which it was hoped would be acceptable to the Mullumbimby Rifle Club. After the matter had been dis cussed, Mr. W-. Richards moved, ' That tho secretary write to the secretary of the Quilty Cup Campe tition, asking whether oach club would be permitted to shoot on its own range, or would the team be required to travel ; also for any further information on thejnatter.'* seconded by Mr. H. French and carried. The secretary submitted the result of the Gash Prize Hand...

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THE KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

I THl^IUTCHEN GARDEN. ?Pr^vvork in the Kitchen garaen at -me pre- j f sent time consists chiefly in watering land' hoeing the beds. In the hot dlsr RA&cts where watering cannot be properly H?nd effectively carried out, it is next to B^V'ilc-ss to try and raise vegetables. The 'feeds that have been in use during the spring months should; therefore be cleaned up and made ready in good time for autumn sowing and planting. In the favored districts where full sup plies of water are obtainable, there should be no difficulty in raising nearly nil sorts of vegetables, especioily those for salads. The following may now be planted out: — Silver beet, broccoli, capsi cum, Cape gooseberries, cauliflowers, ^ cabbages, egg plants, leeks, celery, to ^ rrjatoes, and cucumbers. Sow largely of French and Lima beans, and, ns re ; V quired, put in seed for cabbages, cauli flowers, celery, mustard and cress, . radishes, turnips, leeks, melons, parsley, tomatoes, and sweet nifytze! j 'vw T tJ' no...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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THE GARDEN. THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

THE GARBEN. THE ORCHARD. It cnnnot be said that the weather nab yet been unseasonably 'warm, but the unequal temperaures that have pro vailed 'lately have not been favorable to fruit that is ripening'. The main crop of « anricots is now beinsr gathered. This class of fruit is' undersized this year. In the early districts peaches; which are ?now turning color, have been fairly well suited by the weather, and a satisfac tory crop will be obtained. Apples con tinue to do well, and some large re turns may be expected. The trees are at present carrying heavy crops, and the thinning: of the fruit will have to be attended to, if fine specimens for table or exhibition -purposes are needed. Un less thinning is resorted to, at this time of the year the apples and pears that are allowed to grow too closely together will be small, and almost unsaleable, when ripe. All other kinds of fruit should also be discriminate!}' thinned out, if overcrowded. Hand-picking is the most successful way to thin...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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BREWING AND FOX-HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

BREWING AND FOX-HUNTING. ' Depression In the brewing trade was the reason given by Mr Edgar Lubbock, joint master of the Blankney Hunt, at the annual meeting at Lincoln for his resignation. His firm, he said, had been compelled to 'take certain steps.' If ' finances had kept up he would not have resigned the membership of the Hunt, but 'while we have bhis Government of . . Mr Lloyd-George and others, I am afraid must be prepared for, the worst.' I

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star
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AN ADIRONDACKS MYSTERY. THE LAKE-SIDE TRAGEDY. A GIRL MURDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

an; adirondacks mystery. THE LAKE-SIDE TRAGEDY. A GIRL'MUR\ '«IED. On 12th November the iM-J';!iYorl£ cor-, respondent of the London 'Daily v wrote: — There was unfolded at a trial at Her kimer to-day a tragic tale of guilty love, of shame, dishonor, and de?.th,-its setting amid the picturesque and romantic scenery, unsurpassed in the world, of the Adirondacks, America's favorite holi day resort. It was on 12th July that the body of a young girl, distinguished even in death for the classic beauty of her features, was found floating among the green shadows beneath the overhanging, lives in a secluded part of Big Moore Lake, one of the beauty spots of the beiu:lf.l Adirtndacks. ' An overturned boat near by seemed to suggest an accident, while the post-mortem examination reveal d reasons for supposing that the poor girl might have taken her own life. But it was not long before the pitiful tragedy took on the complexion of imur- ? der. Tho body was . recognised as that of a lady who the...

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[?] SEIZURE OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

HHftjfcyEiztrRK of fish. the officers the ny seized at Bll unfit for

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A SWEEPING DIFFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

, A SWEEPING DIFFERENCE. I 'Jnne,' said the good mistress. ' I'm very - i pleased with you: you do the house a great credit.' 1 'Thank you. mum.' said Jane: 'I always do . my best, and T'm glad you ain't got a fault j to find with me.' j 'I don't say that. Jane: tho only thine I find to say acainst you Is that your wnshlng bill Is far too c' ivngant. Lnst week you sent six blouses to the wash. Whv, J:'-1'' my own daue-hter ne.ver sends more thnn hvn!' 'Ah. that may be, mum.' replied .Tine, 'but I 'avc to! Your daughter's sweetheart la a bank clerk, while my voung man is a ch'.mh'.y sweep. It makes a difference, mum.'

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. NURSERY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

THE LASHES' COLUMN. NURSERY NOTES. A baby with a 8*eet, healthy mouth Is an adorable, klssable possession. But how about tho many babies who have little whlto patches, looking like curdled milk, spotted all over the interior of the mouth and throat? ? Open your baby's mouth and examine it. is it wholesome, healthy color, sweet and I puro? I Many mothers who are most scrupulously ] parlicu'inr as to brushing and cleansing their I own mouths never seem to think that baby ! from the day of his birth needs similar care ! (writer, a contemporary). I HOW TO CLEANSE BABY'S MOUTH. I 'But he hasn't any teeth to brush,' is tho common rnswer to tho advice that hygienic swabbing out and washiug of the mouth is a matter of the greatest importance to nu in fant's health. All sorts pf parasites grow on tho mouth, tongue, and throat from neglect of cleanli ness. ''Sprue,' or thrush, is very rare among children whose mouths are cleansed and purified period i; a Uy. i Milk foods are apt to sour and c...

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FALSE "DOCTORS." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

FALSE 'DOCTORS.' ' An ancient vlllnircr aurlnc a serious Illness refused to see a doctor, relying Instead upon a certain quack mcdlclne. Tho vicar' urped upon the man's wife that his conduct .waa almost equivalent to suicide. ! 'Yes, Bir,' replied the wife: 'I know it: and many a tlmo T have prayed against It In the church service.' ' I don't quite follow you.' remarked tho clergyman: 'are you talking about the prayers . for the sick?' I 'Oh, no, sir: T mean when wo say In the I Litany, 'From all false doctoring, good Lord, deliver us.' '

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A BOY'S COAT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

j A BOY'S COAT. This is a neat little coat. The back hae box pleats, but the front has rows of close tucks. It is suitable for any washing material.

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WELL ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

WELL ANSWERED. -- young Johnson was cycling along a country road, when he saw a board fixed up In tho yard of a farmhouse, with a notice painted on It, 'This Farm for Sail.' Alwnys ready for a little fun. and seeing a woman chopping sticks in front of tho house, he stopped, and asked her very politely when the fram was going to sail. She went on with her work, but replied to his question without a moment's hesitation. 'Just as soon as the man comes along who can raise the wind.'

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HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

HEALTH HINTS. If your feet are Inclined to be tender, powder tho inside of your stockings with boracic powder. Boracic fomentations are excellent for tender toe-joints and bunions, ond are made by dissolving an ounce of boracic powder in boiling water, and. saturating a piece of lint with thi^ when cold. The lint Is laid c»^hejoli^« and a piece of. oiled sllk^^^HMH^Ij prevent evaporation, and dagod to keep with hands clasped under the forehead to lift the head u trifle. This will often send one to sleep. , ? ? People who suffer with the liver, and who get run down In nerve strength, sometimes complain that quinl- \oes them no good. The reason is tht» hen quinine passes Into the Intestine, it is acted on by the bile, and forms with it a salt that is soluble only In a great excess of bile; so It passes out of tho system without entering the blood at all. To prevent this, bilious persons ought to clear out the bile by a good liver pill or a saline purgative before the quinine is taken....

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An Enterprising Dairyman [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

^ — — — mamm —mm — Ail Enterprising Dairyman The following is extracted from the ' Pa mbnla Voice : — ' In order to thoroughly test the benefits to be derived from eusilage as a cow fodder, Mr. Wm. Beck, of ''Bald -Hills, Pambula, has just let a ?''contract for the erection of an upto date silo to Mr. 0. Lassen. The structure, which is to Lie compieieu by the middle of February, will be of the tub variety, with a capacity of 134 tons, but by the use of an exhaust blower which reduces the material used for making eusilage to very small dimensions it is expected that the circular silo will store 150 tons. The foundation of the building will be concrete three feet in depth, whilst the diameter of the building will be 16 feet. Milled dressed oregon, 4x2, will be utilised. for the 106 30ft staves, whilst the posts, five in num ber, are specified as 5 x -5. To sup port the staves, twenty Tin. round iron hoops in sections, and running through the posts and outside the staves, will be affix...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

Usual Fortnightly Sale. Saturday, Feb. 2nd, '07. ? i At Jos. Famuli's Market Yards, M'bimby, - at 2 p.m. . 'On account On-nora: orwnrd Springers S* 15 Backward Springers 30 Head Heifers, good sorts aud colors, IS months to 2 years 20 Head Steers, 12 to 24 months Also Horses, aud second-hand Harness and Saddles JAS. PARRISH, ? ? Auctioneer. THE Sale of the Season, Thursday, 21st Feb., '07 Commencing at 12 o'clock sharp. ? 320 Head. 320 Head. -- I Extra Choice and well-bred Stock. k{Jreat chanco for Dairymen, Breed . ore, and Speculators. ?feS. I'ARRISH and R. C. EWING j^^V(in conjunction), have been favored j^Kinstructions from Messrs. Walker 9Hto sell by public auction, at the |^H) -Billinudgel, oa Thursday, 21st ^Wrunry, 1907, commencing at 12 o'clock fharp, ' The Whole of the above Stock, as under — 100 Dairy Heifers, just calved, and vory forward '400 Backward Heifers, splendid quality ?60 Heifers, 12 to 18 months ?60 Steers, 12 months to 2 years 1 Team 16 bullocks, waggon and ge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

Pianoforte Teaching. Miss Alma White IS prepared to receive Pupila for the . Pianoforte. -Theory and Practice thoroughly taught. Pupils preparo for Trinity College ^Examinations. ? ? I ? —..JEsxJSJh-^^^uon: ' ~~~y~ DAKIN BROTHERS, Architects and Builders, . (Lato of Sydney) 'TPffTISH 'to notify the public that Y V they - have started in Business I . 'in Jlullumbimby in the above line. No fees charged for plans, etc. if jj^BK'the Building is erected by the firm. |Hf All work faithfully performed, and ^?Rl'done in a :thoronghly tradesmanlike ^HJi-manner. Charges modorate. Temporary Premises — late 'Star'; Office, Burringbar-street. BE: DAKIN BEOS. ? Builder & Architect. ? Chas. Speer 'TTTTTISHES to notify to the public, of W Mullumbimby and district, that; |he has commenced business here in the; 'C.'S. ;has had Tride ; experience on the - South ^Goast and in the Western dis 'tricts, an can guarantee the utmost ^?1 ^satisfaction in all branches of the trade. Hf Plans prepared a...

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NEW OLD BAILEY. MARBLE PALACE OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

NEW OLD BAILEY V MARBLE PALACE OF JUSTICE. i It waa hard enough for us to recon $ struct In the mind's eye the ancient mediaeval Court of tho Old Bailey In the days of the building which has just been f\ pulled down — to-day It is an impossi ''j blHty. The bad old times have been ? ' blotted out for ever, and it Is easier to conjure up before on in one's own home such a scene as that of the trial of the Four Thief-takers, than while we are visiting the new and beautiful palace, which is almost finished to the last nail t to-day. 3. Then, the grimy court of raw brick, un ^ ventilated from year's end to year's end, V lighted by dull panes obs:ined by iron | stanchions, reeking of tho foul prison air \ that freely-strewn herbs were powerless to disinfect, was the least offensive part / of the travesty of justice that served for t the unhappy prisoners. Dazed, unde fended, pallid with hunger and fever, ig (S norant of the exact nature of tho charge, B and bewildered by technical terms, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star — 24 January 1907

- Sports at Brunswick Heads on Saturday next. * * The schools resumed duties on Mouday last, after the Xmas vacation # # Lease Forms for Salo, at 'Star' Office. One shilling each * * If the mosquito disturbs your night's repose, get a bottle of ' Mos quitoline ' at Turnbull's Pharmacy. * * From tbo 16th to the 22nd inst 582 points of rain foil, at the local post-office. # # Mr. D. O'Connor was the successful tenderer for Mr P McFadden's new building, at Main Arm. ? # V.'.kst-class PASPALUM SEED, for Sa'a. cheap, — JAS PARRISH, Auctioneer, -Jlullnmbimby. ! Reported that a rio4(. discovery of copper has been made inN^he district, 40 acres have been taken j* local syndicate. * * Latest works of Art in Post Cards and Xmas Cards at T. McDou gall's. An inspection will satisfy you- that they are not to be excelled in Mullumbimby. # # Where are you going Harry? Why to the Palace Saloon, to see the Boss Barber, to get a hair cut and shave, of course. No othor place for, me, thank you * * Ann...

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