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THE DAIRY THE "ALL-ROUND" FARMER. (Edgar L. Vincent, in " The Farm and Fireside.") [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

THE ID^IHV. THE 'ALL-ROUND' FARMER. (Edgar L. Vincent, in ' The Farm and Fireside.') I believe in him, this well-built, ' all-round 'farmer. In my humble opinion he is the bone and sinew of this country. Speaking with all due respect of the wheat grower, and giv ing him all the credit due him. I still believe the general farmer holds the palm tor real success. Why ? When a great drought strikes the country, who is in sorest trouble ? The man who has all his land in wheat. The failure leaves him stranded. A cry of distress goes up from him. His season's work has been swept away. The man who plants his farm to any one crop feels the tress of failure far more than the one who has fields devoted to the culture of a number of kinds of crops. There is another view to take of this matter. The small farmer is able to give his crops better atten tion than the one who has every thing invested in one kind of grain or vegetable. The work does not come along all at one season. There is a gradual...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

A XJEW WAV TO PAY OLD DEBTS. Whilst hospital collections are the chief subject of discussion, the follow ing paragraph from a home paper will be read with interest : — ' One day in Coronation week' the good people of Beckenham were startled to read the following notice suspended under a huge Union Jack at the entrance of a house .occupied by Lady Raglan : In aid of the College Hospital LADY RAGLAN Will be on view in her Coronation robes, coronet, and medal. From 5 until 7 p. m. Admission, 3d.; Tea Ticket, 3d. It is needless to say hundreds of Beckenham ladies flocked to see a real lady, fc standing on a carpet in the real sun ' with a real coronet upon her head, and her ' long train of rich red velvet and real ermine spread out behind her.' No theatri cal properties, but the real Corona tion Peeress, and all for threepence ! And of course, all for charity.'

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

'*ft* If pro Ipss IwomI,' CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. LAND and General Commission Agent. Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). i Petal £fceet, SOLICITOR, &c. - AM) A Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales and ] Queensland, MUEWILLUMBAH, WILL attend all Courts in the Dis trict when Required. ? _^ i R C. EWING, : Auctioneer, Comraission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, MURWILLUMBAH. i S-.vorn Valuator under Real Property Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., P. SJWITfl, Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesman, MURWIJLtUilIBAfl, TWKKI) RlVKK. ]AND For Sale and Auction Sales J held in all parts of the District, AfiKN-rs :— Waugh & Josephson's. The De Laval Separators. s.s. ' Augusta.' D. Townley's Farm Implements. Pumpkins Bought in Large Quantities. 'xtorth coast co-operative JlN coy., ltd. pig trucks will leave the Sidi...

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A Whale Attacks A Boat. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

A Whale Attacks A Boat. Our Norfolk Island correspond ent writing on September 27 says : ? %A most unfortunate and fatal acci dent, the first of the kind that has ever occurred here, happened to one of No. 8 Company's whaling boats when whaling off the Island on the ^ .^** *w.JU, uucicuj me man in cnarge, Byron Adams, the boat header, lost his life. It appears that the boat went out from the Cascade in the morning, and got fast shortly after, and while the crew were busily en gaged lancing the whale another whale, which nobody appears to have seen distinctly, suddenly appeared alongside of them, and striking with its flukes stove the boat badly, and fatally injuring the header, Byron Adams. The crew at once cut the line, tied the oars across to keep the boat upright, and other-wise took the precautions they could for the safety i)f their lives ; nevertheless the men jhada trying time of it of over an ;hour in the water before the mate's !boat got up and rescued them, j While in the ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

CHURCH. OF ENGLAND. Parish Of Byron Bay. Sunday, October. 12th. 1902. Federal (Protestant Hall) 11 a.m. Clunes 3 p.m.. Eureka 7.30 p.m. Wednesday, 15th Brooklet 7. HO. Thursday, 'lfith Spring Yale 7.80. Friday, i7th Rosebank 7.30. Edwin J. Dodd. Bgrmt Bag Betrrrtr. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN i HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1D02.

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Lismore District Court [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

bismore District £©urt The District Court re-opened on Saturday, 4th, at 10 a.m., before His Honor Acting-Judge Bevan. CLAIM FOR £200 DAMAGES. Albert Belson v. Critchett Walker (as nominal defendant for the Educa tion Department, N.S.W. Govern ment). — This was an action to re cover £200 damaees for ininripa I sustained by plaintiff's daughter and | alleged to be through negligence on | the part of defendants in not pro * vicling a railing on the verandah at I Byron Bay school. \ Mr. Sheridan (instructed by Mr. | Jones) for plaintiff. Mr. Browning | (instructed by Mr. G. B. Somerville) \ for defendants. I The following jury were empan | «Hed : Messrs. George Annand, j. I H. Black, Walter Lumley, George I Windsor. I The jury had visited the school and \ ground the previous afternoon. i Dr. Muller deposed; The little ; girl Lizzie Belson come to me about March 24th last. She had both bones in the left forearm brokpn. ; She was under my care until April I 17th. There would be a good i ...

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WOMAN SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

WOMAN SUFFRAGE. It is certain that women are,. at last, to vote, it is also regarded as an abso lute certainty that she will receive her political baptism in one of the wannest campaigns ever recorded in electioneering annals — at least, in this State. Be that as it may, women have, as usual, had their own way in this matter as in many others we wot of. We do not doubt her capacity for using her brain to vote, and vote wisely, and never did : though some have said ? their heads were less : Some men's were small : not they the i least of men : For often fineness compensated size : Besides the brain was like the hand, an i grew With using ? If we study the history of the past, it will be found that it is by no means a new thing for women to compete with men ? in arts of govt'riuii'jiir Elizabeth and others : arts of war The peasant .Joan and others : arts of grace Sappho and others vied with any man. She votes, and has voted for long in New Zealand and South Austra lia, it is in those...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

VENI ! VIDI ! VICI ! Gus. Harrison, i I The Up-to-date Hairdresser, Tobacconist, Jleroier, is still to J»e found in his premises next The Grand Northern Hotel. i I PATRONS will find one of the best assorted Stocks (in the above lines of Goods) to be found in the district. Local Agents for the undermentioned Newspapers : — \ Sunday Times. Referee, Truth, Bulletin, R.R. Times, Bvron Bav Record. I ! j' — — i— ra— — 1 1— ,u— a«jMM^ i ??^ll l. --„ ?? imwii—ijL ? '' iinr vv Tisnn Builder and Contractor. IS prepared to advise as to the most suitable Materials and Timbei to use. Flans prepared for all kinds of Buildings, having had a large experience. r Repairs to Buildings, Furniture, Joinery, Pulling down Buildings and Re erecting, Attended to Promptly. WELL. SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS I. YOUNG, j Greengrocer, Fruiterer. Confectioner, and Produce .llercliaut, liVKOft BAV. 1 1ANCY goods of every descri})tion. (Japanese goods a speciality) Tea ! Tea II Best Bra...

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

COMMENTARIES. Last week, the University of Syd ney celebrated the 50th anniversary of the opening of its classes to the public of New South Wales. It is, surely, an institution that Australians may be proud of possessing. It is founded upon the SYDNEY most enlarged and UNIVERSITY, liberal basis, and will effect tbe moral and intellectual welfare of the commun ity in which it is planted for all time to come. Education is. doubt less, a grand thing. Education and a free press, makes a free people. Nevertheless a man can live with-! out an university education better than he can live without his dinner. Our wealthy men (Carnegie, for in stance) seem to think otherwise. Many of the world's greatest dis covers were of humble parentage, and lacked the advantages u- study now obtainable by all. As instances, Lord Avebury has given the follow ing : — ' The famous naturalist Hay was the son of a blacksmith, Watt of) a shipwright, Franklin of a tallow chandler. Dalton of a haudloom weave:-, F...

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

LOST ten three year old hurlinin Heifers and four two year old steers branded thus 0 i'- on near rump, \ / A reward of -^K) will be given fYr their recovery if strayed and n fur thur £10. for such information ;,s will lead to the conviction -,f []iv thieve.-- if stolen. C IH'LWINKKL. A!s;onvillt . We ailvcrti^f :1k- : :mi'!: and :!„. truth advertises us. K:-:;:-- House.'

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL i We note from the lares': Twjedl papers that measles have broken out at Murwillumbah. Hope they willj not come here. At Murwillumbah good rain fell last week, one night eighty points of rain were registered. Strong north-easterly winds have been blowing here for the past week.; vjn mursuay nigni a nice snower oij rain fell. j The local police, at Murwllunibah, have been instructed to collect the names of women voters on the TwevM this month. So, we expect,; the ladies of Byron Bay may soon! receive a visit from the ' boys hi; blue ' also. | Mr. II. Everitt is calling for tenders; for the erection of a commodious1 shop. Auother proof that Byron | Bay is forging ahead. The call fo:--l tenders will be found on another page. In the case of Belson v, Critchett Walker, (defemlent on behalf of the Education Department, N.S.W. Gov ernment), the verdict which was given for plaintitf carried costs. The .report of the case will be found in another column. Facts are stubborn ...

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FOLEY BROS. LTD., MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

FOLEY BROS' LTD.. MAKKKT REPORT. The Butter market is again drill ing into an unsatisfactory position, prices being again lowered by 2d per lb in one week. As anticipated the month ^n^\ once more brings its troubles to some sell ers, the result being that the mark** is being forced down by some people to get the ready cash, whilst the bulk of sellers are short of supplies. Considerable quantities of bu'.ter are passing through the port or rvy;l ney for Queensland, N.S.W. having none to spare or yet suificieir tor local requirements. One Company as an excuse tor lowering prices report 2000 boxes will arrive from Melbourne on Friday whilst the Sydney Morning Herald and Daily Telegraph of October 2nd publishes the cargo of the incoming steamers (Peregrine and Ronald) as 70 boxes all told. ? Some Companies an- making -i boast that they refused to accept 1 ?'- boxes of Victorian butter i'nr sale on principle, they being so devoted t-- the local farmer here, but curiously they forgot to m...

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

: HANDBILLS, ; Envelopes, Commercial Work ot all kinds, Rubber Stamps. ' GIVE US A TRIAL.

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

- . \ .- '--^ ?- '? , ? CaMs, Programmes, Circulars, 1 Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS.

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

I I I I I A\ TiF1 A 'W^RkT® Til WW1B!1 TS2I Mffl * *% *W% M *W ^- ^i ?iw tffft U*^ FTFI1 1 ! ? B Y B 0 N BAY.J I | Excellent A-«OJiiuio«Ca(ion. Biest Ales, IViicrs, aisd Spirits. Best ol Tables, 5-^vri'y \Urs.iil;ati, j : ? $n:uplc and Hilliar-l Koouls. ^xperieueed ami Careful 4«i«-):ji. Hotel Wa^^oiM'tle ummIs all Arrivai^ l-,v Sea :m-3 Vr;\iu, i j VS this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Clmnu.-: ; : AS A SUMMER RESORT. ; A. T. KIBK, PBOPBIETOB. j ! I ! ; | 3- Gl- lioeke & Coy., — _ ,_^ _ ... _ . - ? - y HT^s xN stock Grocery, Ironmongery, Drapery, Boots & Shoes u™iin'''''B*™™ii™iii^i^ujtjiii'^™i™iii™™^™1™™^^^1™^™11™™^ i CALL AND INSPECT. i i ? ' ! ; j i

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

MwSmgWmmmM Wm. Collin & Sons, LIMITED. STEAM TO RICHMOND RIVER FROM BRISBANE. S.S. LADY MUSGBAVE. i cmam^om osaB^ b ? ? ???in Freight at Lowest Kates. Passages 20s. single ; 35s roturii. I RICHARD COOKH. Local Agent. i Oftice — Magellan-street, Lismore. Byron Bay Record. r-W ^#U^ i^^l AIM A:Amm W(% Up^TO^D^TE.

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, 1 4 per 11). from the 2nd of October to the 6th inst. Butter, 1 ft per lb. from the 7th to the i)th inst. Butter, 1 - per lb. at time of pub lication. Bacon, .10^1 to lOftl and lid per lb. for week ending, October 10th inst. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Butter lHdto 1 per lb. Bacon, lOd per lb. choice. BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, 1 :V:'f to 1 4=i per lb. Bacon, 10d to lO^d per lb. For the week ending September 27th inst., the imports of butter into Sydney, were 2311 cases. And exports 14(- cases. Imports for week ending October 4th inst., 1421 cases. Exports for week ending October 4th inst., 8li4 cases.

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TRADE WITH BRISBANE. SUCCESS ASSURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

TRADE WITH BeaSBA^E. SUCCESS ASSURED. The daily increasing popularity of; trading with Brisbane, and the) success of the Lady Musgrave in ob-l raining good cargoes and passengeri lists each 'way, must be very gratify-! ing to .the Merchants' Company and1 Messrs. William Collin and Sons. A| glance at the Eichmond River and Pin i.iim'in » -*'i n v» ? r / w 4' -? /'\1 i./i/^i'v»ir tinniii would convince the most sceptical that trade can be done to advantage wi*. lithe Northern capitals. The Lady Musgrave had a large and valu able cargo on leaving Brisbane. The outward cargo for Brisbane is such as to leave a doubt of the steamers' capacity to deal with all offering when the Richmond River is taken into account. Local trade with the sister river is also an encouraging feature, and we notice sulkies, boots, soap, etc., as being amongst our local manufactures now finding their way from here to ihe Queensland border. It is evident that increased carrying capacity must soon be provided, bot...

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RIFLE CLUB BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

ivIFLr; CLUB BALL. The Rifle Club Ball, which even tuated in the School of Arts on Thursday evening, was a decided success, both from point of attend ance and management. Although the weather was threatening in the early part of the evening, and, indeed, a heavy shower had fallen late in the afternoon, about forty couples as sembled ami tripped the light fantas tic until about 2.30. a.m. Upon ! entering the hall a kaleidoscopic scene met one's gaze. There was a fine display of bunting which was i arranged to the best advantage, the effect being very fine. The walls j were adorned with palms and bun galows, and at various spots one's attention was arrested by beholding something uncommon in decorative genius. Here was to be seen the Royal Standard with rifles and bayo nets so arranged around it as to form ;a guard of honour, as it were ; and at other places on the walls, the scab IWMln illlll Uil) III1CIO \\ C1C ML I illjy CI.I 111 crescents and other forms, all em phasizing the fact...

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

MULLUMBIMBY. .01 X) yds. 00!) vd*l T. Tori-uns 2!l 21) J. Sliarpe 14 2l'- H. Smith :-52 22 J. Moruhuad 20 2S A. J. Ton-ens 2/i 1!- A. Smith is 17 A. McKay is 1H R. CnojKjr 2-'- 1H W. Torrons 111 IS Ti.tnl ? ;KJ.

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