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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

NEWS AND NOTES. Beware of the telephone ! one can easily guard against the bacilli at the speaking end by spreading a handkerchief over the aperture and whispering quietly through the immaculate cambric. But what hap pens to the voice en route is another matter. Vox emissa volat, and it is now almost a proverb that the three quickest telephone, and tell a woman. The latter two '-ombr-nedniake a pretty effect. The phone, after all, will add a few gray hairs to subscribers. For there is first the tasl- of waking up the exchange, then the diffic ulty of hearing what the other man is shout ing about, then the strange receding tone in the instrument which tells of the touch of an unseen hand, and betrays some mid way electrical disturbance (that's the phrase !), and finally you discover th.i-t yor are talking with the Avrong number. Sweet are the us^s of the telephone! The charming little four-year old daughter of a Government official was the cause of considerable nierri nien t amoi ig ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

BRIEF MENTION. Zola bequeathed the whole of his pro perty, valued at £80,000 to his wife. Two young men were swallowed up by a quicksand while bathing in the Rhone near Privas. Dr Bevan, of Melbourne, speaking at Albury, said the Premier of Queensland had taken up a very unwise and unpatriotic position in advocating secession. Signor Benedetti, the inventor of the new bullet-proof cloth, has sent an ultima tum to the Italian Government threaten ing to take his invention to England if they delay i longer in buying it The largest city in the world is London, which has a population equalling the com bined populations of Paris, Berlin. St. Petersburg, and Rome. Its streets, placed in a row, would reach round the world, leaving a bit over long enough to reach from London to San Francisco. Fanny, the lioness presented to the Pre toria Zoo by the late Mr. Cecil Rhodes but refused bjr Mr. Kruger, is now back in that city from the London Zoo, whither it was subsequently sent. It is now four ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

LAWN TENNIS. A very enjoyable Tennis Match took place at Mullumbimby on Sat urday, last. The match was between team* representing Byron Bay and the local chilis, resulting in a win for the latter by S8 games to Gfi. Following are the results of the var ious sA,s. — Colyer and Dun lop, v. Torre-us ami Perkins, 4-6 1-6. Brown and Dodd. v. Anstey and Grierson. li-4 o-l). Blanch and Murray, v. Morehead and Billington, 6-4 ))-(-. Colyer and Dnnlop v. Anstey and Grierson, 4-(i 2-(i. Brown and Dodd, v. Morehead aud Billington, '--(! 6-1 Blanch and Murray, v. Torrens and Perkins, 0-ti. Dunlop and Colyer, v. Morehead and Billington, (1-4 (i-f). Brown and Drxhl, v. Torrens and Perkins, 2-0 (5-0. Blanch and Mur ray, v. Anstey and Grierson. 4-(l. Totals. Mullumbimby, ? KM games. Byron Bay ? (!(!

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALE OF A FISHING BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

SALE OF A. FISHING BOAT. During the week the well-known little fishing boat, the ' Rinky Dink,' which hangs on the davits on the right hand side of the jetty, changed owner-ship, Mr. T. Harris being the new proprietor. This boat, we understand, was designed and built by our respected townsman, Mr. Jarman, who is himself an en tnusiascic angler, although unable ot late to take trips outside to the fav ourite haunts of the schnapper and g roper. Many fine schnapper have however, already been conveyed to shore from the 'Inner Reef' and Cungevoi ground '' in the ' Rinky Dink.' All who know the conviv ial ' Tom ' wish him every success with his neat little boat. The Record hopes that halcyon days will, attend this disciple of Isaac Walton, that all the grea'; schnapper fondly dreamed of will by caught, and that, meta phorically, he will succeed in steer- j ing clear of ' Scylla ' and ' Charyb-i dis.' !

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON A BEDROOM WALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

OX A BEDROOM WALL. Here is an idea for dainty and artistic fingers. — On the wall of a bedroom in Skibo Qa.stle, Mr. Car negie's country seat in Scotland, is a little poem in gold, . lettering on watered silk bordered with sprays of green. It is full of comfort and tenderness : andto a weary' spirit it is like the benediction , that follows Sleep sweetly in this quiet room, 0 thou, whoe'er thou art,- : And let no mournfui. yesterday Disturb thy peaceful h'jarfc.. Not- let to-morrow scare thy rest ' With dreams of coming1 ill ; Thy Maker is thy changeless Friend ? His love surrounds thee still. Forget thyself and all the world Put out each glaring light. The stars are watching overhead ; Sleep sweetly then ? Good-night !

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

RIFLE MATCH. The following are the scores of the rifle match which took place on the local range, Thursday last, between teams representing Byron Bay and Mullumbimby. Unfortunately the weather conditions were not favour able though some very good shoot ing was witnessed. The match resulted in a win for Byron Baj*. BYRON BAY. 500 yds. 000 yds. E. Costello 18' M) J. W. Baiuior 32 24 PL Wnnlridyu 20 29 P. Kiny 2;\ 2f- P. Wonh-iil,'-.! .y-2 2* F. Shrubb 2'J 2f- M. McLean 22 2.:-- T. Carson HI ?-\ J. Costello 21 IK Total ? ... -4.7.1

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

Oseful .pints. FASHIONS. The weather is still changeable, but far more decidedly warm than cold ; so now we must think of our summer frocks. Muslins, mercerised zephyrs, delaines, and pretty prints for country and morning wear. The newest designs in muslins are very gay, and the most fashionable are Pompador patterns. An old style of making up skirts, has lately been revived, that of gathering or shir ring, from the waist-band down for about ten inches, or more. This al lows flimsy, soft material to hang full and graceful round the feet ; where they are flounced, frilled, tucked, or plain as - fancy dictates. ' This mode of making up skirts is more suitable for slim figures than stout. . . .-.'.'. But,' above all let your muslins be bright Avith the colours that best suit you.1 ' ' ?'?? ? Those of our readers who are cle ver at crochet-work, should set to work without delay an d make collars, cuffs, insertion and lace, and use it to trim their lawns, delaines and linen frocks. Shoul...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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DEDICATION OF THE PATRIOTIC MEMORIAL. LISMORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

DEDICATION j OF THE PATRIOTIC MEMORIAL.' LISMORE. j The fairest of weather prevailed,; las: Wednesday week, when the; demonstration arranged for the dedi-i cation of the Patriotic Memorial took! place. The memorial monument is; erected to commemorate the part! taken by the soldiers of the district! i.n the South African War. No purtj of Australia was more enthusiastic j then the Rivers in the support of thej Empire's flag. Some have died, and' some have returned, and all deserve, the memorial that has been erected.! It consists of a figure of a Lancer ,j it is life-size and is made of ham- j mered copper, and was executed byi the Wunderlich Company. It was; the design of Mr. B iard , architect,! Lismore, whose competitive design: was selected by the committee from.' nine others. The total height of the: memorial is 2-1 ft, It is placed at the! intersection of two streets, caj-riesj two lamps, and bears a suitable ins-j cription. The statue was unveiled i in the presence of the large...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS ? ???? . '-'}l . : . — AND — . ? General Blacksmith, ? ? [Established 1891.] ? ? ? o ? \ VEHICLES 'made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention; '^Best ' quality of Material only, used, f Repairs, Rejiailnting and Trimming lone on the Premises. -: : .;;.- ?'?'?'' ''*; Sulkies and Spring Carts tinilt iVqnal t» Sydney. ? Old Vehicles taken' ill Excliivnge. ? Cail or send for Prices' before . sending. ? out of the District. . HARNESSAND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices and Full Particulars; . : :, J. W. BflllJfE^ PPopFietoF. Agent- for Pottie &' Son's. Horse Medicines. ^\ & ?? *%[^^ .????? ? * A A Safter, ?. Confectioner, and @enefal Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY. — A Choice and llp-to-batc Stock always on view.' m deapbIry, ' Mr GKOCEEY, M^- ? : BOOTS '& SHOES, ^L CLOTHING, M'^ ' HOSIERY, § IRONMONGERY, |L etc., etc. ^lalliiH'ry nisri Dress ;:aking Done at shortest Diotiee. Bread delivered all over the District at 3]d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 October 1902

COOKERY. ? Pork and Apple Pie : — Cut some fresh pork, almost any fleshy part will do, into pieces about an inch square and half an inch thick, and season these nicely with salt and pepper : cut also some parboiled on ions and potatoes, and raw apples which have been peeled and cored, into slices about the third of an inch thick.: then arrange a layer of the apples at the bottom of a buttered pie-dish, and sprinkle them with grated nutmeg then follow it with a layer of onions, well seasoned with salt, pepper and ? finely-powdered sage, next a layer of potatoes, lightly sprinkled with finely-chopped parsley then put in the pork and add more apples, on ions, and potatoes as already di rected. Pour over sufficient water or stock to nicely moisten the whole, and cover with a thick crust of well made, suitable pastry, then finish off, and bake in a moderate oven for about two hours, and cover the sur face with buttered paper if it is in danger of becoming too darkly col oured. When done ...

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

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. | SUBSCHIPTION: ?IPS PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE, 3S PEE QUARTER,! ?m ? ?*& :? #* ;-tf^ I I *^ . *j- | Sports, -f- Sports. I ^^ ^-: '##: A 1 wy 1 BYRONBAY, I Aft ^ M #-*£ ^-' ^ TO BE HELD ON THE ^ «&?: ^?« I r (ing's Birthday, v | ^'— ^'-^ | JVCondaY,10,JVfov. ] -6; IP- -Pr?^ -°^Ipc '^^ ?'^^ '$*$ | Kirk's Sheffield Handicap, £10. | # ^-r. ^ ?????????I bbm^ ??a^niBi __ ^ ibjbbb^bjb^^^^^bb^^b^b^b^b^b^b^^bi '* ^ -^--- -o-^ i AND NUMEROUS OTHER EVENTS. TO i j BE COMPETED FOR. | ;a^ Nominations for Kirk's 'Sheffield Handicap, Nominations Is. Acceptances Is. lid. ?Oc v^p-; Nominations to close MONDAY, 3rd NOVEMBER, 1902. La^t three performances to accompany ^ 0J| Nominations. ' ^ ; ^' All nominations to be addressed to the Secretary. FRED FLICK, Hon. Sec. ^ ^ « '^ I . ? I ? ? ? ? . . ? ? _^ ^-..-=_. -- ? ? ? ? ? j ~PrJnk'X(n7irfW)l7si7ef~i'f\y A I/red C. liurgcfs^P'ropiiciot, at his Machine Printing Office. Byron Bay, in the State of N...

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

§jFUN.A Always seedy. — The fig. ?A ? lasting Document.— An iron will. ? ?' , At a Picture-Gallery .—A. : ' Pray, can you tell me what that picture represents?' B. : -That is the cele brated. Queen Cleopatra. Have you ever heard of her?' A. : ' No. Fact is, I hardly ever read the pa pers..' , .? . . '?' An old story about A Broker's Mis take,.— The following story is told of Francis- Drexel, the: father of the well-known Philadelphia bankers. Soon after the close of the war with Mexico many Spanish and Mexican silver dollars found their way into the. United States, and were brought up by bankers and money-dealers all over the country. The price paid for them varied greatly, according to the demand and supply, and the con dition of the pieces themselves. At the close of a rainy', day, during which Mr, Drexel — then doing a very modest business on Third Street, Philadelphia, as a money and ex change broker — had been a large buyer of Mexican silver, and, whi;e he was engaged in recoun...

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A WHITE WORLD. CHAPTER I. THE GENERAL'S TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

K WHITE WORLD. ? 0 ? CHAPTER I. THE GEXKRAL'S TJtUST. There- is scarcely a part of the world, whether great or small, where tho cosmopolitan Englishman may not be found, either for his pleasure, or to get a living, if he cannot make a fortune : and, therefore, it was no nutter fo/ surprise thai a year ago General Sovalofr' had taken back with him to Russia an English gentle man as privat-j secretary, at a high salary, bc'ing minded to see some thing of St. Petersburg as well as other parts of the world already visited in his wandering experiences in somewhat similar capacities. But this winter, the General had been appointed Governor of Niko letz, a small town in Southern Russia, at some distance from the Austrian frontier. And though ho was or iginally only ordered for three jinonths, during the leave of the then J Governor, there had come, just after ?the new year, an order for an exten sion of command for another three months, which mandate neither the. General nor any of his hou...

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Five Poop Girls. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

Five Poop Girls. CONTINUED No one spoke for a moment — \\ think we were all a little cowed I - y ? this out Itn rst : th'n, scarcely know-; intr what I was doinir, I leaned to wards her. impressed a pertrient kins, upmi her cheek, and whispered; in I'd.-] v :iiid sineere! v — ' 1 am triad — vorv Ljla-I yon care: for him. dear, and I hope yo:i will be very hiippy !' .lenny laid her head ;\ir:iin.st my knee, with hei- face turned to iho lire, and remained quite still :i'.d: impassive: while tho others, foflin.tr.; 1 -upp is;1, nth''.' ashamed of them-: s-'lves. tried clumsily to follow myi lead and make friends a.train. At | first she refused to hear them, anil; S'enu!(l ve-v de»nly hurt; nor until; tea was made did sip- relax at all and. snlVer us to pursue the i merest intrj subject. ; By decrees— by very slow, halting; degrees — she gave us some facts rela ting to her courtship. Ir seemed thai, she had corresponded with Polly eve- since he left lV.iriield. and he had sm-nta fovrnig...

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The Pearl of Peace. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

fpfyg pearl of peace. A bivalve fu'idiir.,' in the warm salt sea i Draws inwar I. with tho wave, a sandy irraiii. Whit;1!, not r-jturninj,' with the wavej a'ja'n. I Rjinaius hencei'orth its secret irrief to be. I l) iv alter day. so sja-wise folk :r,'ruo. '? The crea'Mr-; bides it in a duw-liktj rain,. Or rea-cless tears, tiil. h:;rden'd out of: lia'i!!. ( _ J A procio.is pe;irl i^ i'asiiio'.i'd perfeetiy, ; i Fro'ii outer seas of passion, seas of strife.! There drift - at times upon tire huuianj !.'s:irt i A soerot ranklm^ u'r'ef that day by -'ay W- cover with t!u: bittur tears of life. Till, wrought of pain from oit our! n.o'der part, ! The Pearl of Per.te remai.'is with r.s| always. i

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Poetry and Fiction. Wishing. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

1 LJoelbto ana 'jriefotm. X / \ — — Wishing. Do you wish the world were better .J Let me tell yon what to do: Set. a watch upon your actions. Keep them always straight and true: R:d your mind of selfish motives. Let your thoughts lie clean and hitrh: Yon can make a little Eden Of the sphere you occupy. Do you wish the world were happy V Then ronie:nber day by day. Jii'-'t to scatter seeds of' kiudiies-; As you pass along the way: For the pleasures of t!io wririy ?«Iuv be oi'ttiines traced to oiu'. A' the hand tliat plan ts an acorn Shelters armies from the sun.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

— ? - . f CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. t-. %. Wavtfyam, 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). ©Wen B. 09afe^am. NEAR ST. HELENA, BYRON BAY, ON C/9edn(sda\; 2G), ©(tober. AT ]2 O'CLOCK, AT THE FARM. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. A/T r^\ AY & COY., (in conjmic iVJ_ . VX tion with 0. B. WARE HAM), have been favored with instruc tions frotn H. D. BEDFORD ESQ. to Sell by Auction on the above date the whole of his valuable herd and effects comprising : — 37 Cows Milking and Springing. Really Good. 1 Jersey Bull. HS Poddys, 15 months and under. 1 Draught Mare. 1 Spring Cart Horse. 1 Buggy Horse. 1 Saddle Hack. 1 Pony. 40 Fowls. ALSO :— Buggy and Harness. Spring Cart and Harness. 1 Separator (Mallotte nearly new). Furniture for (3 rooms (New) Kitchen Utensils. Tools and Sundries. USUAL TERMS AT SALE. The Auctioneers would dra...

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ROTATION OF CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

Rotation of Crops. The benefits of rotation in crop production have been long recognis ed, and various systems have been practised. The reasons for such benefits and the best systems to be followed have been studied only in recent years, The objects to be at tained in a system of rotation are the maintenance of fertility with the continued production of crops and the. increase in productiveness of na tiir'ally poor or worn-out soils. The reasons for rotating crops are as fol lows : All plants do not draw to an equal extent upon the manurial in gredients of the soil. They send their roots to different depth, and have a different solvent action upon the constituents they reach, By ro tating crops insect enemies are more apt to be dispersed. Fungus dis eases may also be materially reduced. The soil is maintained in good tilth, and bacteria which are beneficial to the plants are more likely to be in creased. Weeds are more readily eliminated, the humus compounds of the soil increased, a...

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RETURN OF THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

RETURN OF THE PREMIER. A new inpetuous will, doubtless, be given to matters political by tin return of Sit- Edmund Barton. He has already been interviewed. He hasdenied havinsanv notion of estab lishing a Commonwealth Bank or a Commonwealth newspaper. These assertions were, no doubt, jests, and the much worried journalist mu.-r. have something to occasion him to r '^P Ws pen in ink, even if he hag. to deny his assertions, next issue. I The question is how will Sir Ed mimaandhis colleagues face the pre sent financial difficulty of the Fedei ated States. It is certain that energe tic measures must betaken in view of — xx^avy aept incurred-. There are] ? unemployed in. thousands, ' and there is also plenty of work to be done if the money :Were only forthcoming to Pay tot,, the ; labour. The roads everywhere are a discredit to the country There 'are railways to be f^encled, mid; last, but not leastl uliera is our breakwater. ? Parliamentary reform is a question rhe Premier will be expec...

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