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LOCAL AND GENERAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL ACCIDENT. Mr Samuel Hawkins,of Newrybar, who recently purchased property at Mullumbimby was falling scrub* on Friday 10th when the tree gave away rather quicker than he expected and striking another tree Hew back off the stump, hitting him on the chest. He was knocked off the chopping board and fell ten feet amongst the timber. He was severely shaken and bruised about the chest arms, and legs. He was taken by train to'hismore to a doctor. Fortunately the tree in falling remained stuck'on the stump, otherwise he would, have been crushed to death. The friends of Mr. W. B. Jackson' ?will regret to hear that he has been; very ill during the past week. Our Dairy notes are this week cliipped from the pages of the ' Aus tralian Farm and Home,' and will he found of interest to those starting u (dairy. We regret that in our report of the Creamery Suppliers Picnic the name of Mr. A. T. Alcorn was omitted; Mr. Alcom is one of the Directors and is, at present, with Mr. Brandon...

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

DEATH OF THE QUEEN OF THE BELGIANS. The death is announced of Marie Henriette, Queen Consort of the King of the Belgians, aged 156 years. Her Majesty died from syncope while dining. The Princess Stephanie (now Countess Lonyay) on arriving at Spa went to the chamber in which lay the remains of her mother, the Queen Consort of the King of the Belgians. King Leopold arrived soon after, and on the ground of old family differences insisted that his daugh ter should leave the death chamber be fore he entered. The Princess Clementine, her sister, entered the chamber and sympath ising with her induced her to leave it. The Princess Clementine accom panied the Princess Stephanie across the park where her carriage was awaiting her, Princess Stephanie sob bing the while. At the railway stat ion a large crowd which had gathered heard of the incident, and saluted Princess Stephanie with cries of ' Vive Stephanie* .'' ' Vive la Princesse Lonyay.' Princess Stephanie standing at the door of the salo...

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

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Worlc of all kinds, Rubber Stamps. GIVE US A TRIAL.

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

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

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

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

Description of the Coronation Na vel Review and the Illuminations, by an eye-witness : — The long-pending rain comes in torrents and hides every thing. When the vessels are again visible they are on their way in two lines, headed by the Majestic and the Revenge, to pass inshore of the Royal yacht. The leaders are lost in the haze. The last ships of the two lines are obscured once more by the fastfall ing rain. Did thev cheer? Who could tell at such a distance ? At any rate the projected maiueuvres are abandoned, and the squadrons proceed to their respective destina tion. Rain pitliess and determined, wind boisterous, gusty, and un merciful, spectators drenched and dis appointed — these are the actual salient feature of the day, which should have been one of the brightest and most significant in the celebra tions attendant on the Coronation. Madame Melba has addressed a letter to the newspaper press, express ing her heartfelt thanks for the mag nificent welcome she received in Melbou...

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

Quotations, Rough on reporters : — 4 Those men in journalistic parlance called ' lin ers,' are everywhere — hungry for copy, and always eager to seize upon anything tragic or mysterious. — Le Queux. Sensitive beings are not sensible beings. Doubt follows white-winged hope with a limping gait. Love is a game at which one a ways cheats : — Balzac. It's a pity some women don't write. They are such adepts at spinning ficitclous yarns about themselves and families, that they ave a genuine : loss to the literary world : — Anon. No one knows himself until he has .-uii'ered. Experience is the name men give to their follies or their sorrows : — JDeMarset. .Much must be borne tlmt it is bard n» | bear. Much must lie given away that it were sweet to keep : God help us all who need indeed His help. And yet I know the shepherd lows I his sheep. ? Owen Meredith. | No crime can outspeed justice. Who. resting sueins delayed : Full faith accord the antrel Who points the patient blade. — Victor ihiL'...

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TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. AT BILLINGUDGEL. FOOT TORN OFF AND BURIED [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. AT BILL1XUDGEL. FOOT TORN OFF AND BCRIED. While scrub-felling at Billinudgel. dii last Tuesday, young Fred Baker.'; nged I!* years, a son of Mr. Albert! Baker of that centre, and a nephew of Mr. W. R. Baker of Mullumbim by, met with a horrible accident.! It appeal's that while he was chop ping on a scaffold the tree kicked! back unexpectedly with the result; that it wrenched the left foot coin-; pleteiy from the socket of the ankle1 joint, and left the top cup of the' latter quite bare. His mates Messrs; Thompson. Wright, and Roach went; to his assistance and did what they! could for the injured youth. Afteri he had, been given a drink of water,; poor Baker asked them to takei his boot oil!, but this had already been: (lone, with the foot in it and had! ?been buried by the falling tree. As Iquickly as possible Mr. Baker was; jconvoyed to the railway station and! jseiit into Murwillumhah by the train' jthat night. He was taken to Mrs. IRodgers' private hospital whe...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

POLICE PROTECTION. On Saturday evening last, Cons table Summerfield arrived from Sydney, having been appointed to the vacancy caused by the trans ference of Censtable Alexander to Murwillumbah. We understand our new officer is one of the additional fifty recently appointed, and has only lately returned from South Africa, where be was on active service for over a year in the Boer war. Super intendent Garvan is deserving of thanks for speedily filling the va cancy.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

EIFLE SHOOTING. The Cash Prize Competition re ferred to in our last issue eventuated on the local range last Saturday. There were ten competitors and the winner proved to be J. Carson while P. Woolridge was second and 'W. J. Hamilton third. On the whole the shooting was not up to the average, the smoke from bush fires being detrimental to good shooting.

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QUEENSLAND AND FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

QUEENSLAND AND FEDERA TION. It is a weil known fact that Queens land is tired of the Federation scheme, it has not worked for good us they imagined it would, and lie fore nianv months elapse we fear we shall see a strong agitation for dep uration in force. Mr. Plunkett has ulready given notice of a motion in the Assembly (Brisbane) in favoui of a separation from the federation. Queensland lias been rendered nearly desperate with the terrible drought and greatly dimin-ished revenues. The Premier of Queensland (Mr. Philp) is not enthusiastic in regard to federation benefits, in fact he has said he is certainly in favour of go ing hack to the old order of affairs. The Premier also said the Federal ( Jovernnieiit was taking none of the! financial obligations, and the States j with diminished revenues were being! allowed to sii'iiggle along as best they \ could, shouldering all the burdens of t he borrowed money. 1 lie l'fd eral Government has taken control! of the largest revenue-produc...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. Butter ? Is 4d., per lb. Bacon ... lO.jd to 10.^1. , per lb. On Monday there were 1000 cases landed from Melbourne, and there were 2000 more expected yesterday : so that a decided move in the market may lie anticipated. Bacon udvan-j ced from lOd to lO.Jd and 10^1., on! the 2-i-rh inst. i Brisbane butter market the *2:-$rdi inst quotes Is lid to Is (U,d per lb. for; Southern and Canadian butters. \ Bacon ? l.Od. |

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

THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. In reply to a -|iiestion in the House oi Ht'prusi:iitivi!.- l;i*t wuek. Mr. Deakin said that Sir 'William Lyne had selected thu Fuileral Capital sites which he proposed should liu examined liy experts. The names of Hie sites were AHuiry. Bomi ;d;i. Lake. (Jeorifo. Oranire. and Tumut. This selection had been approve 1 by the C.ibinet. and would 1 e submitted to the House.

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MOUNT KEMBKA DISASTER FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

MOUNT KEMBLA DISASTER FUND. Mr. W. Cornish, Inspector of Schools for this district, has for warded to the- Treasurer of the School Fund, the magnificent sum of £1H8. 14s 1-id., realized by the scholars of the Richmond and Tweed Schools, during the month of August, for thej sufferers by the Mount Kombla dis-j as'-'.r. This sum lm-rely represent?! a ' First Instalment.' and another! £f-0 art-.* already in hand for the pre-j sent month's sheet' The Teachers: and Scholars of the various schools! are entitled to great thanks For the' manner in which they responded to; so laudable an object.

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Poetry and Fiction. Till the turn o'the Tide. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

i U^e/iM ana -fiction. {pill % turn o' tfye fpide. It's dull and drear on the beach, my lad, Till the turn o' the tide But then the ships come sailing in And the little waves are dancing glad Across the ocean's -wrinkled skin At the turn o' the tide. The seaweed rusts in tawny heaps Till the turn o' the tide ; Till all along the far sea lines The slow pulsation inward creeps, And then in purple light it shines. With the turn o' the tide. And clustered shells in silence rest Till the turn o'-the tide : Until the salt sea zephyrs bring Across the Avide main's heaving vail, A breath that sets them murmuring With the turn o' the tide. Yon ship is late— she did not sail Till the turn o: the tide : But now her stately topmost spar. Looms through a misty, clinging vail. Slow gliding past tlie harbor bar With the turn o' the tide. Ay ! all things come to those who wait Till'the turn o' the tide : Yea. smiles and laughter for the sad, And joy to those most desolate : Hope on— be brave — and ...

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Girl said to be turning to Marble. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

Girl said to he Uii'Biing tt- jflarltlc. Miss Dorothy Stiles, daughter of William Stiles, a retired chemist, formerly of Columbus, Ohio, is dyinjj at the home of her father, seven miles south of Bay City, Mich. (U.S.A.), with a disease that has baffled physic ians, as the girl is 1G, and until a few months ago was in perfect health. Her body is slowly turning into marble, or a substance resembling it. The affliction first seized the girl at the shoulder blades, hips, and feet, and is slowly eating its way through the body. The hips of the afflicted girl have no longer the power to bend and the power of action has been taken from the shoulders. She says she suffers no pain, and bits of the hard substance were chipped off her body and sent by her father for analysis, and were pronounced pure marble. The doctor says death must ensure within a few months at the latest, and scouts a theory regarding the matter put forth by the almost de mented father. He says he was ex perimenting with s...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Story of a Pony. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

The Story of a Pony. From a letter written by Captain Green, Thorneycroft,s Mounted In fantry, to his sister, sent on by a friend to the family of the late Cap tain R. T. Barrett: 'Among others casualties we lost Captain Barrett in our regiment. He was a very fine horseman, and he had an old pony here of which he was very fond, and riding at the time he was killed (it was shot in the neck). We bought Barrett back to our camp, and buried him on a little knoll just outside the camp, and put a rough cross up over the grave. Another of our officers took his pony. About a week or so ago he was out with a patrol near the place where the fight of September 20 took place; he got off his pony to look through his glasses, leaving the pony to stand, which all these well broken colonial ponies will do. Suddenly the pony looked up, pricked up its ears, sniffed, and then started off, galloping straight for the little knoll where Barrett was buried which could be seen four or five miles off. He ju...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KINGSLEY STREET [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

K INC ISLE Y STRKKT. Kingsley Street is badly in need of the Road Inspectors attention, it is a side street of importance as it leads to the Church of England, the R. C. Church, and the State School. It contains the Rectory and the resi dence of Mr Geo. McLean. Miv Morrow is also building two hand-: some cottages there. We do no: think the improvement of the street would entail any wry great expense,; therefore we trust the ' power's thai be,' will look to the matter. In any! case people who live around and be-i yond the Creamery need stilts to! negotiate the roads in wet weather.1 and it is a pity they are no: properly; metaled.

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Five Poor Girls. CONTINUED [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 September 1902

Five Poop Girls. CONTINUED In vain, when the music was over,! -li-l tlit* worthy divine- try to interest j Aggie in his forthcoming parochial j bazaar as he had done but a few evenings before : her answers, alas. WHi-e merely lukewarm monosyll ables, and her eyes travelled impati ently over his short squat figure to the Apollo-like proportions of Sir Peter's heir, who was moving across the room trying to find a pin secreted in the padding of the cosy, Baby's and Bessie,s hands clasping his broad shoulder, my handkerchief knotted over his eyes ! And, when the pin was discovered, and poor Mr. Hen-j ley offered in his turn to give usj specimens of his powers of thought reading, which he assured us were most remarkable, no one was found willing to guide him but Jenny, not withstanding the professed enthus iasm of the family in the subject ; and as he speedily found that she jjivv.i nu iiiuacuicu ur mesmeric po wei , the performance fell through, and he took his leave most doleful. A wee...

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