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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Many of our readers, may not be aware that the Anglican Parish of Byron Bay is about to be divided. It has been found that, with the in crease 'of settlements, it, is. impossible for one clergyman to manage the Parish : therefore, another will shortly be stationed at Eureka, while the- Rev. E. J. Dodd will, remain at Byron Bay. Bishop Cooper has notified his in tention of visiting the Parish in No vember, for the purpose of ? Confirm ation ;? and already confirmation classes are in operation under the supervision of Mr. Dodd.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRISBANE MERCHANTS IN LISMORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

BUS BANE MERCHANTS IN LISMORE. On Wednesday 10th inst., the Bris bane merchants who have just open ed up the trade by steamer, between Brisbane and the Northern Rivers of N.S.W., arrived in Lismore by train from the Tweed. At the railway stat ion thev were met by the Mayor and members of the Chamber of Com merce and Agricultural Societies, and formally welcomed. The same even ing the visitors were entertained at a banquet held in the Scottish Rifles' Hall. Between 90 and 100 business men were present, and the Mayor (Aid. YV. Lockett) presided' having on his right and left the guests of the evening, viz., Messrs. John Reid (chairman), J. K. Stewart, A. M. Hertzberg, R. W. Thurlow (dir ectors Brisbane Merchants Coy.), and their Secretary Mr. S. Laz ard): also Mr. G. Collin (W. Collin and Sons), and H. J. Diddams (Alfred Shaw and Co. Ltd. Bris bane), and other representatives of Brisbane houses. The vice-chairs were taken by Mr. J. B. Kelly, President of the Lis more Chamber of Commerc...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANEFIRE AT TYAGARAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

CANE FlRtf AT TYAGARAH. A disastrous fire occurred among, the cane-lields on Sunday last. The lire, we understand, originated at a cane-growers paddock to the West. The '-trash' had been lighted on Saturday evening and a strong windi rising- spread the flames into otherj '? Hash,'' and so reached the standing! si:ga:-C::r.e : ami hut lor the energy) of the Tyagarah fanners and cane-j cutters, almost every acre of can.--i would have been burnt down! From: what can be ascertained Mr. Thomas Peate lost 4 acres, Mr. J. McDonald 7 -acres,; Mr. Carter a small area only of young anil partly frosted canej Messrs Powell about three acres, j The; cutting gangs were put on to cut and remove the damaged cane oii \FiiiiiIm\- inni'iiinir *mil' tlm 1(W-J Will not be so great as was at' first antici pated. ' ' ? j We. advertise the truth and thei truth advertise us. Kagle House.* j i Latest quotations of prices from j the Xorih Coast Coy., Ltd.. Butter.! Hid per I'o., market lather bare.! Bacon, fr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

Oseful {tints* Now that we are to be brought in to such close and rapid communica tion with Brisbane and the Northern ports bananas should be as cheap and plentiful in Byron Bay as in Queensland, where one would never dream of paying more than 2d., or 3d., per dozen, 4d., would be the highest at any time ; doubtless, other tropical fruits will also be imported by our local fruiterer's, — such as pineapples, mango's, paw paws, &c. Below will be found a few tried me thods of using banana's one of the most nutritious fruits for old and young known, in fact, for aged peo ple it is said nothing could be better than a banana and a cup of warm milk every evening : — Recipes From Dr. Peter's New Light On Dark Africa : The unripe banana when dried yields the finest white flour. The Ugali or broth made with banana flour is preferred to that made with wheat flour. Th? green banana when roasted yields a dish not unlike potatoes baked in their skin, and afterwards peeled makes a preserve...

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THE DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

THE ID^IKV The stirring of the soil tends to make the dry and loosened earth act as a mulch for that below, which is more compact, and by attracting the rays of the sun and absorbing the dews, tends to hasten the chemical changes which transform the coarse and crude materials of fertility into those solutions which the plants feed upon, and to a certain extent the dry earth does absorb nitrogen from the atmosphere and holds it until rains carry it down to the plant roots below. We all know .how quickly a cover ing of dry earth will absorb the ammonia that may be escaping from the manure heap, or the decaying vegetable material anywhere, but we do not know how much it can ab sorb from the very winds themselves as they blow over the field, but many are assured that the amount so brought to our fields is not small. In the ordinary rainfall of the year nearly 25 pounds of nitrogen are carried down to the earth upon each acre, in amount, equal to that in .150 pounds of nitrate of soda. #...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

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Twentieth Century Surgery. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

Twentieth Century Surgery. ? r\ ? Dr. Russell S. Fowler gives in the ' Medical News ' a description of ;i simple operation for removal of ;i foreign body from the {esophagus which illustrates admiaably recent advances in X-ray surgery. A child of two had swallowed a penny which an X-ray picture showed hanging vertically in the a-isophagus at the le vel of the sternal notch. Later the coin was located with the fiuoroscope, the patient anesthetized with chlo:--- form, and a slender whalebone hand led coincatcher passed, the end --f which terminated in a small silver swinging basket. With the lluoro scope the coincatcher could be seen as it passed beyond the coin ; then as it was withdrawn the coin could be seen to fall into one side of tin basket and be carried up with it.

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THE DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

THE P^IHV. . In feeding cows for dairy purposes there is no game of chance, no hope of getting something for nothing. It is a case where justice reigns sup reme, where the law of equivalence has full force — that is so much for so much, not so much for nothing. All milk 'must come from the food the cow eats, and it must come from the extra that is fed her above the ne cessary requirments of her system. The cows system must first be sup ported before she can produce any milk, and if the dairyman would only realise this fact, it would soon change the system of scanty feeding, which means feeding without any hope of profit. The cow is simply a machine for the turning of surplus food into milk, precisely the same as the steam en gine is a motive of power. If the steam boiler is supplied with only enough fuel to keep the water warm, there will be no power. The boiler must be furnished with fuel enough to produce extra heat before any work can be accomplished. Of course, it will make cons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

Oseful joints* Im * biitlon CJroiia:! Glass If you wji.nl to shut oft' the view from any window, you can do it very cheaply by dissolving in ;i little hot. water as much Epsom salts as the water will absorb. Paint this over he window while hot. and when drv you will have a vary fair imitation of ground ','la-is. C.icamber peelings should never be thrown away whore black-beetles exist, but ?iliould be spread about near their haunts. in they oat it and die. Onion-* should not he eaten after they nave laid about peeled and cut. as they absorb any bad odours or infectious con lition that may exist. CYo.ikin',' Door*. ? To nervous or irr itailj persons the sound of. a door creaking Uagrjat source of annoyance, and the remedies are so simple: rubbing a little -oap. or tallow, andblacklead on tiie hin»es, or applying a little salad or sweet oil with ?1 feather will prevent the annoyance. Drawers that open badly should have the top odires rubbed with a pi'jeoof NivevV !drv bla-jklead. I ' T...

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ALARMING EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

ALARMING EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS. Alarming shocks of earthquake were experienced at Adelaide on the 19fch, morning and evening. The latter occurred at eitHit o'clock. Thousands of people rushed from their homes. After a preliminary rumble which lasted about five seconds a tremendous noise was heard as though a bomb had burst, followed by the rattle of musketry, ?which continued for about a minute. Houses were, rocked to and fro, and pictures fell from the walls. Houses also cracked, and many chimneys fell. Many persons grew sick. Horses reared in terror, dogs ran about in circles, and many sick people left their beds and rushed into the open. The theatres, social halls, and concert rooms were practi cally deserted in the terror and p-inic, Many persons fainted. The shock was the strongest ever experienced in South Australia. The night was pitch dark at the time, and vague fears of a terrible catastrophe possessed the people. Many ha-l narrow tseapes from fall ing chimneys and parapets, am...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

VENI ! VIDI ! VICI ! ????? ? — » ? — i t TIa-* U|--to--IsUe Hairdresser, Tj»J-ar.i:'-nJst, Itl-;rci«'r, is stcll to i 3x* found in hit* premises next The --iiaiid \orJl5erm Hotel. j J^ATRONSwill find one of the best aborted Stocks (in the above lines of Goods) to be found in th-v district. Local Agents for the undermentioned Newspapers : — Sunday Times, Keferee, Trurli, Jhilletin. l-i.li. Times. Byi-ou May Record. BisaiEtier 11 ml -'«jiJa:i-!os-. TT S prepared to advise as to 'lie m--s: suitable Materials and Timber 1 in use. Plans prepared for all kinds of l-Jui!diugs. having had a large experience. r Repairs to Buildings, Furniture. Joinery. Pulling clown Buildings and Re erecting, Attended to Promptly. IWELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS / ^reesmron-er, fruiterer. -\nilee!j-t§ier, :m-l I'rodciee lleielianl. isvico.v way. I^AX-'Y ^udds tif every descript ii -u. (Japan- se goods a speciality) IVst P.rands in the Market. Sample 'hem. Call and Inspect befo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. T AND and General Commission Agent. -I J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). ftUV[ 3ivttt, SOLICITOR, &c, AND Commissioner for Affidavits for New South 'Wales and Queensland , MUEWILLUMBAH. WILL attend all Courts in the Dis trict when Required. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, itiurwi:li,ui?ibah. Sworn Valuator under Real Property Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., P. SJVQTH, Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesman, IttURWII,I,UI»IBAH, Tweed Rivek. T AND For Sale and Auction Sales JLj held in all parts of the District. Agents :— Waugh & Josephson's, The De Laval Separators. s.s. ' Augusta.' D. Townley's Farm Implements. Pumpkins Bought in Large Quantities. KORTH COAST CO-OPERATIVE COY., LTD. Pitt TRUCKS will leave the Sidings as formerly, viz. : Bexhill — Every Monday. Lismore— Every Tuesday. Eltham— Eve...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

BRIEF MENTION. A strange fact told by travellers who declare that Arabs in the deserts of Africa have contracteda violent dis like to running water, and when on journeys, will only drink from stag nant pools. This has become so much a matter of habit that, while the most poisonous looking water a grees with them perfectly, pure running water will in a few hours make them violently ill. This pre judice against fresh water is common amongst animals of the desert also, and is frequently acquired by Eu ropean travellers. ? A report, from Glen Innes states that while a man was digging in a garden he unearthed a pot contain ing £180 in gold and silver. The property was formerly occupied by a Chinaman as a market garden. Mr. John MJlwraith, a brother of the late Sir Thomas Mcll wraith (Premier of Queensland), dropped dead at the railway station Ayr, Scotland. j Tremendous hailstorms have occurred in Kent. The fruit and hops in the central districts of the country have] been ruined. Two of ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish Op Byron Bay. Sunday, Sept., 28th 1902. Clunes 11 a.m. Eureka 2.30 p.m., Federal (Protestant Hall) 7.30 p.m. Edwin J. Dodd. Bgrxm Bag Betxrrir. MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBEO BY GAIN I DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1902.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

We. advertise the truth and the truth advertises us, Eagle House.* J

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TICK INSURANCE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

TICK INSURANCE SCHEME. To bring this matter to a stage where it can be finally dealt with, suppliers who have not yet returned their ballot-forms, are requested to do so that a meeting may be called to conclude the question. When the North Coast Coy., placed the prelim inaries of the scheme before the suppliers of the district it was recog nized that a Quarantine Act was necessary, and a resolution was passed at the meeting held in Banga low August 26th inst., to that effect : but afterwards it was found that an Act was already in force, passed in January of this year, for which were issued rules and regulations for its application in the following May. The Act deals thoroughly and com prehensively with the question, and will meet requirements fairly well. One of the points being — that the Government Inspector can enter and examine stock at any time and also quarantine any area, thus placing the owner who does not insure under the same restrictions as we propose to do to owners who...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

?or/o THE NEW LEADER. ~'~ What the ' Herald ' sa.v.s of the new Loader of the Opposition. — Mr. ?T. H. Carruthers is in the prime of life, and in politics he has distin guised himself as a strong fighter. He is an old Fort-street schoolboy, and he afterwards graduate.) and took his B. A. degree in the University of Sydney at the age of eighteen years. He studied law under Mr. A. II. McCulloch, and was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 1878. He en tered Parliament in 18S7, and two years later accepted the oflice of Min ister for Education. Wh'en Mr. Reid came into power in ltt'.U he took office as Minister for Lands, and towards the end of that Administra tion went to the Treasury. lie re mained a member of Mr. Reid's Government until it was displaced by Sir William Lyne's Administration. M. Carruthers took a prominent part in the federal movement. It is well known that his great hobby is gar dening, which he has on more than one occasion described as...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. We beg to draw our subscribers attention to the fact that this news paper is now duly registered. Thar the registration was not forthcoming from date of first issue was no fault of ours ; the requirements of the Act demand that a copy of the first issue with five shillings registration fee be forwarded to the Postmaster Ger eral, or his Deputy. This was com plied with, the letter was registered and with the paper was handed over the counter of the local Post-office to Mr. McDonough on the 8th of Sep tember. On the 20th inst., we received a notification from the De puty Postmaster saying that the letter and registration fee had been received butnocop)- of newspaperand until such copy was forwarded noth ing further could be done in the matter. From this communication we gathered that the copy of the newspaper had been lost or s olen in transit, we immediately forwarded another copy and, this time, took the precaution of registering same, this reached its destinatio...

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TENTERFIELD TO CASINO RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

TENTERFIELD TO CASINO RAILWAY. The Public Works Committee on Tuesday further considered the ques tion of constructing a railway from Tenterfield to Casino. The follow ing is the evidence given by Mr. R. D. Meagher, M.L.A. before the above Committee : — Mr. R. D. Meagher, M.L.A., was examined, and stated that there was not much probability of there being a North Coast line from Maitland to Grafton until the population had been doubled. The making of the Tenterfield to Casino railway line would rtend to minimise the loss on the existing isolated line from Lis more northwards. He never re garded CoiFs Harbour as equal in comparison to Byron Bay. He ad vocated the proposed limr because it would serve the national interests, and it would provide a main trunk line between- Sydney and Brisbane. There was a settled population in its infancy at Byron Bay, and the land in (,hfi vicinit.v of Miirwillmnh:i.h was, in his opinion, the 'cream of New South Wales.' Yet it was practically undeveloped...

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