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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

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Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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A Savage Mare. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

A $:uvj»tr-* UInc«', Baron de Marbot at one time had: 11 mare which was so savage that \i\ requires four or live men to saddle: and bridle her. her head having to bej covered with a blanket and all her1 four feet tied ; 'but once you were; on her back, you found her an incmn-i paranie mount. one hit everyone; who caine near her, until the Baron's; servant cured her, and showed his: master how to secure immunity. Hei approached the mare armed with a roast leg of mutton just taken from' the spit ; when she tried to bite, the, man gave her the hot- mutton, and: seizing that she burned her mouth so badly thai- she never tried to bite; the man again. Baron de Marbot em-! }.) loved the same treatment, and she; never bit him a^ain : she even be- 1 came more tractable towards the stablemen she knew, but made up for l his by displayinggreatersavagery than ever toward strangers. Be fore she came into Baron de Mar bot's possession, this mare had been sold, and killed a groom the first day she ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISASTROUS EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

DISASTROUS EVENTS. Further news from Central Asia states that the fatalities from the earthquakes in the Kashgar district of East Turkistan, in cluding those at Artish, to the east, num bered (567. In addition over 1(K)() i-eople were injured. The earthquakes were followed by extreme heat. I he craters of Vulcano and Stromboli (Lipari Islands), in the Mediterranean, are active. The volcano Etna, Sicily, is emitting steam from the vicinity of the scene of the eruption of ]H\)2. A cyclone, lasting 24 hours, has .swept over Sicily. The storm attained its great est height when passing over the seaport of Catania. There a' German steamer found ered. In the interior the torrents of rain caused the streams to overflow their hanks and great damage -resulted. In the town of Modica the streets in the low-lying quarters Avere inundated, Hooding the ground floors of the houses. Four hundred people perished. One luindreo bodies have been recovered. The torrents in the country district des troyed...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. _ ? .'a . , [It is distinctly to be borne in mind that we do not. by inserting letters convey any opinion favourable to their contents. No notice whatever will be taken of anony mous letters, nor can we return those that are rejected. Letters should be brief, and written on one side of the paper only.]

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

BRIEF MENTION. ( i - The second readin-_r of thu l{'fereiidum Bill introduced !-y t lie ( ioveniment hasj iiuen carried in the House of Rupri-senta-i tives liy 4fi votes to It). The lull provides' that any 1*111 which has been twice rejected' liy either House in.iy he submitted to ;\l referendum. Any ' Legislative proposal; may lie also submitted if a resolution to| that effect is passed by both Houses. experienced at Guayaquil. Keuador. The cable repairim/ steamer Nu\viiii.rton.i when four and a half miles nil' tin- Soiif-i riere. St. Vincent, recovered the end of a' greatly niiinirled calile. Soon afterwards aj violent urnj)tioii of the Soufriere occurrei!.! followed by -dense clouds. The Newiuir-: ton abandoned the cable and put lo sea.! She had a narrow escape from bciny' overwhelmed. Nowrojee Manoekjee Kvadin. a I'arsee of Bomliiiy. has'yiveii i! l.i K X I.I N m for the relief of persons in any country who may be de|irived of the means of subsistence by sudden calamities. A cur...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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THE BUTTER MARKET. To the Editor Byron Bay Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

THE BUTTER MARKET. To the Editor Byron Buy Record. \ Sir, — The Companies responsible for: lowering the price of butter to Is' per 11) during the first week of thisi month — that is to say a drop of (.Ulj per lb'in ten days — are endeavour ing to hide the folly of their action by circulating a report that. agents imported large quantities of butter from New Zealand, which necessi tated the fall. We have all along opposed the1 reduction of the market, and have' posted all the factories in the State! with accurate information as to the' true state of the. market, both by! wire and circular letter, and we think it must be plain now to even the strongest adherent of Coopera tion their best interests are not served by the present mode of fixing prices,' as no matter how good a manager may be, if his time is taken up in the country canvassing for shipments, lie cannot possibly keep in touch with the market, which in these times changes hourly, and selling at reduced rates to secure a cash...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KINGSLEY STREET. To the Editor Byron Bay Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

KINGSLEY STREET. To the Editor Byron Bav Record. Sir : — Seeing that you have just directed attention through the col umns of your paper to the un traffic- able state of Kingsle}' Street, near the Public School and Churches. The neglected state of this street is solely due to the inactivity of the inhabitants directly concerned. This Street is within the surveyed area of the town but is not a main thorough fare leading to the town, therefore it does not come within the scope of the District Roads Department. But the writer recollects hearing the Member for the District distinctly state (when his attention was directly drawn to the state of this particular street), that he could get without de lay one pound irom the liovern ment for every one pound raised locally, to put it in order. It was then- stated by a road contracter, that the cost of improving the street would be about £40. But nothing has since been done beyond some little improvements by the residents for their own convenie...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL Bishop Cooper will visit Byron Bay. from the -Sth to the 12th Nov ember. During his stay a'conlimia tion service will be held in the; Church of England. j ? I There was held a ino.st successful j muster of the Byron Bay Rifle Reservists on the evening of the 8(-th Seiitember. The parade rook place opposite the Great Northern Hotel, where the men were put; through their facings by Captain' M. McLean. The parade was heldj for the purpose of getting the! men together, and for making ar-j rangements for attending the tmveil-i ing of the Patriotic Monument, erected tu the memory of the late officers and men. who fell in the late South African War. We regret to say that Mr. Kirk is still very ill. at Sydney, and will not be able to return home for some time. We trust thai he will soon be progressing towards a satisfactory con videsrence. As per advertisement, a CJrand Military Ball, will bo held in the local School of Arts, on October JJth inst. A most enjoyable evening ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

COMMENTARIES, ! What with Federation and Separ-i ation — is it j)c;i'-.- or war !' Can onei t.'ll ? ' | ? Whether Will1 !-?_' :i cans.? or a con-j SCqileilOL' '. i ?? Mr. \Y. M. Daley. M.L.A. i|ues-j ?ioned t ht- Premier in the Legisla-i tivt- Assembly recently us; DAWKS to liic intentions --L the ?N-iNT. (lovernment in reference; to Dawes Point, which: ;hi- Federal (i- A;'rnmeiit claims. [ SirJnim Si'.' said that correspon dence had passed between him andj r 1 1 - - Federal (Invernmciit on tin.' sub-j ;oc;. A dav or iv.it ago he had a; v.'-ou! communication from Sir; William Lyne. -.vim stated he was; LToinii' !u press ?!;?' claim mi l)i'lialf oi| she Federal (iovernmeiit. lit' (Sirj .J ? ill 1 1 - replied he would press the, ?.?him for tit1-' State. Sir William ro-j plied that li'1 would send to enforce! :lu' claim of his - invernment. where-! upon he replied ' ! f you do, IMl; ?ii'iii'i iliiwn tlif police to arrest and' lock iiji the soldiers.' In relating! ?his (.'in versa* ion ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

lljmjL They were sitting in the hammock ; They were planning to elope ; They had just mapped out the pro gramme, 'When her brother cut the rope. Nubbs : ' He went into the edit or's office like a roaring lion and came out like a postage stamp.' Bubbs : ' How was that ? ' Nubbs : ' Licked.' A Knowing Farmer. — An Ameri can paper tells of a farmer in the state of Maine who hired two boys to help him to cut his hay, and when the job was finished gave each of them a cent for the work they had performed, and then offered to har ness his team and haul the boys home for a cent apiece. * It isn't true, is it ? ' Asked Mag gie, as she finished reading The Pied Piper of Hamelin: ' it isn't true, is it, that he could play on his pipe so that the rats would go off and drown themselves?' ' Well,' replied Maggie's father, * I don't know about that. I think it may be true. Your uncle George can play the flute so that it will scare a cow into the river and drive all the dogs in the street howling c...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

LATEST MARKKT QUOTATIONS. SVDXKV MARKETS. October, ',kd inst., owing to large importations, butter has fallen to 1 2 per lb. Bacon lO.^d. per 1b. ? ; BR1SRAXK MAKKKTS. Butter, from 1 1 }} to 1 '- per lb.j Bacon. KM. per lb. j

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Five Poor Girls. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

five Poop Girls. CONTINrKI) So, knowing the peculiarity of .lane's tastes. I felt no compunction i'i leaving her to entertain poor Mr.: Polly, stammer and ;ill, not only for: the evening, but also for the en-, suing ten days, which w.-re to me in particular and the family in general; tin. iniKf, di'liirlitfn 1 (if our lives. The theatricals went on swim mingly. No matter how failed and w.irn our after the day's sport, Mr. Avmytnge had his men up to the mark for rehearsal each evening, either at our place or the Hectory. So perfectly did all know their parts and (Miter into the spirit of: the thing that after the fourth or fifth perform ance we were able to turn the meet ing into nn impromptu dance, which was most enjoyable to all : ami 1 made up my mind, seeing what little 'trouble they entailed and what fun they were, to have private theatricals every Christinas for the tenantry at Sundown Court, the big organ-room built by the Mr. Muncriefl'e's grand father being especially adapte...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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TRAVELLING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

T RAVELLING ST OC K , On the 2lith of last month, another batch of cattle (numbering about KM) head), arrived here from the Rich mond River district. They were owned by Messrs J. liar ley and P. McKenzie, who are searching for grass to keep their stock alive. Mr. Harley, who is an old identity of Blakebrook, said that he had never seen that part of the country in such a state before. The grass had been completely dried up to dust. And for some time past they had been compelled to cut down apple-trees! to keep their stock alive. j

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? General Blacksmith, ? [Established 1891.] ? o ? 'T7EHICLES made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming done on the Premises. Sulkies and Spring: Carts built equal to Sydney. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call or send for Prices before sending out of the District. HAENESS AND SHOEING- A SPECIALITY. For Prices and Full Particulars. J. W. BRIBER, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie & Son's. Horse Medicines. Ba'Rer, Confectioner, and (Senegal Storekeeper, — BYHOX HAY. -- A i;B5«i-%3' «snd Ui»-t»-!D:5t-' Stock always mi view. f DRAPERY, GROCERY, BOOTS & SHOES, CLOTHING, HOSIERY, IRONMONGERY, etc., etc. llillinery and G-ress:3iakin^ I-«ue ni shortest m-tire. :WH'»l.«^r|l II U,l^.|liaii.m.-?!MMTMII1.,JliL ? I— P'* Bread delivered all over the District at 3-ld- per Loaf. PLUMBER AND SALVAGED IRON WORKER, ... Byron B:»y. Executes all orders in the above Trades with ttest Wor...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Useful flints RIBBON EMBROIDERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

Useful flints* RIBBON EMBROIDERY. Ribbon-work is greatly in favour just now, and has been for some time, one never gets tired of it : it is so bright and pretty, here is a des cription of some work that can be easily done : — a pretty doyley can be mnrio with n IWmrlatinn of amber satin, upon which a design of scrolls and flowers must be plainly outlined. The raised flowers should be of soft and shaded ribbons about a quarter of an inch in width and varied in colour. To make the roses cut a two-inch length of ribbon, and with a fine needle threaded with strong but fine silk run a draw-string all along one selvedge. Gently pull this up, being careful not to twist the ribbon, until a close rosette is formed. Be fore breaking off the silk, sew this firmly down to its appointed place in the pattern traced on the doyley. Make all the other roses in the same way. The smaller and the flatter dowers and leaves should be made with a narrower ribbon, which is passed through the eye of a large...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. i__ tsapuj/iea tv'th/ ' O a fo may, isHvt-uiw/, ['? ? ??-??..?????? ? ' ' I siiBseHipTioN: ! jlOS PER- ANNUM IN ADVANCE, 8S PER QUARTER,1 [ 55^ ^ f #?* - -'^ ! I Sports, -f- Sports. S '? ? ^^ -Pr??; !; ' W ? itf^ |t ^ . A I :** !; ^M ' ^^ ! ? ' SI -BYRON BAY, I I ' &£ ** {'-?'?? ^ ' ' TO BE HELD ON THE %$- l: ?&*£ ' ? ^V I f Kings Birthday, t S j ' ? A& ' mmb^mm^s««™«b — » 1 'i mm ini 11 _ ^^ **' - ' -o-'V 1 Monday, 10, JVov. | '*-'--? -o-^-O- ?-??-, nmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmimmmmmmcmmmmimmmaammmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmammm -°:-y ?#*: ^^ 1 Kirk's Sheffield Handicap, £10. 1 '?£.&. ' -^ 4; id; O^^ ^O;-H '^^ ' 1 AND NUMEROUS OTHER EVENTS. TO 1 \ I BE COMPETED FOR. 1 »! ¥^ ! ft^ Noininati«»ns for Kirk's Sht'llieljl Handiea]), Xominatiuns Is. Aeci'ptanws Is. Cxi. ^ '*:^ Nominations to close MONDAY. '-\y\\ XOVEMJ^KH. ]'M)'2. Last tliroc pi'i't'onnancrs to aecoinpanv -^ ^ Nominations. . 5Q .; **. ^ '! ^' All nominat...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 October 1902

THANKS. I BEG to return my sincere thanks to DR. ZIEHLKE, of Bangalow, for   his kindness, skill, and unremitting atten- tion on the occasion of my recent serious accident. S. HAWKINS.

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Five Poor Girls. CONTINUED [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

Five Poop Girls. CONTINUED It was the most trying winter we had ever experienced. Bessie simply laid down her arms, admitting that she was weary of the struggle, and refused to appear at any Christmas festivity. Then, when Mr. Hanley — who had proposed for Agatha during the memorable rehearsal week, and had been refused by her — was ac cepted gladly by Miss Middleton, a Bishop's daughter, poor Agatha fii^o withdrew for the season, professin.t; herself sick to death of the littleness, the sameness, the trite frivolity of ;i small provincial circle. So Baby and I, for the sake of appearance, had to accept all invitations — to talk, laugh, flirt, and dance : but my heart was aching sorely, and I knew that life would never be the same to me again — that I had lived through the summer and had entered upon the the. long winter of my existence. I tried to forget the man I loved ; I called pride, maidenly dignity to my aid in vain. I was not like the others, who could rail at him for a prof...

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Poetry and Fiction. A Summer Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

[?] dA Summer }Ji-gfyf. There is magic in the beauty Of a perfect summer night, When the winds of Heaven move softly And the stars gleam, golden- bright ; 'When within the shrouded woodland But the nightingale's awake, And silver moonbeams glisten O' er the bosom of the lake. By the gate the lilies cluster — Samite, shadowy, and tall; And the jasmine's planets glisten, Gold and white, upon the wall : While the roses, with shut petals, Secrets sweetness, for the day Tiiat shall fill the east with glory, When the moon has passed away. There is ma«ic in this beauty Indescribable and sweet : When the toil of day is ended, And we rest our tired feet; A magic that instils in us An infinite delight : That strengthens lor the morrow, And arms us for the fight. O jasmine flowers! 0 lilies ! O roses! sweet and fair ! O glorious thrill of music That enchants the perfumed air ! 0 stars O moonbeams silvern ! O poajeful- bosomed lake ! 1 could almost wish the glory Of the dawn might never break.<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

$* ptreat JVforthera J^otel, I This Space Reserved for *&amp; ? j JVCuFdoefc JYCelican, so I PROPRIETOR.

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