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LEAVES FROM A DIARY BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

LEAVES FROM A DIARY, BYROX BAY. An afternoon spent on the b.ach be neath the Lighthouse is most en chanting, especially just as it is time to return home, — then, the Bay lies ,hefore us, sparkling and bine, dim ranges fading into the fairy :eal'rs of sunset. Dim lands and isles where in some fair grotro Ferdinand whis pers his love to Miranda, while Prospero pores over his mystic lore and Ariel aw.tits his commands. Golden sands stretch from right to left, the waters softly rippk' to my ivet. and in all the far distance no rhin-'' bur the ocean and wild *ei . birds: — \ 'There is a pleasure in the path I less woods, j There is a rapture on the lonely I shore, | There's society where none in trudes By the deep sea and music in its roar.' But time moves on and the ' sliad-i dows lengthen,' my seagulls have taken wing with their low, mourn ful cry so I draw my wrap closer and turn my face homeward. To me after a particularly happy jday the approach of evening always (brings a chill as...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

Dante, % MarOdleus. School of ©Arts. BYRON KAY. FRIDAY. 12 th ISEPTEM BE 1 1 . COftHNO ! CDMDiVfi I COI?IS.\« I The Marvellous (BnVho1 of late Dante the Great), in his \Vond'.'rfui Entertainment Ma^ic Op-io-Date. Assisted by MDLLE. OAMILLB & COY. The things you know can't happen iio happen, ;ui-:l though you don't buliov-j them you .see them. The r Bejjgsirs Diea v?a- A Living ll uintiii -i-J lii nun XJ-I .ti;. Si?.til;i-Seau-'? -- Modern scientists 1 a'- H ji.1. Everyone inv.tjvl to unravel tli is mystery. ££.sa!-'m«,-s A \vo-.v!ijv''m1 illustration t-.' Clairvoyance an ! M n-1 11 ?ad.n.y. $£fiadov/gi'«ij)Eiy ? A marvellous i]; pluy or (.!:„' itaJ dexterity, tt ir h;:rt s yo'i to la ''-fh i.ion't see this. B-3CBSi«3»'H 'Ks!lBet-fJsaJs:SsiJS.:^ F-»sit Four niarked hr.Ilets raiyht I y Dant on a China plate, hot from the r.fl-j.-1. I'.vqA i\v I'oi-.r local volunteer.-;. i.n l,'3:j-i'/.'y«? r??5v;-3-'n!ii«'i!Ef-.-' An -\\ periiiKMit with Lv.ntr i-anaries. The En-.lmnte-l ()'fan...

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The Dairy. Judicious feeding of Stock FEED PROPERLY, and EXPAND YOUR MILK CHEQUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

®{p- ^airg. ^udi(iousfeedin-|of§focK FEED PEOPEELY, and EXPAND YOUR MILK CHEQUES. (33v AciiK.'oi.A.) Proper food judiciously fed is the key-stone of success in dairying ; and the value of food materials depends largely upon their composition and di gestibility. The former is ascertained by chemical analysis, the latter by ac tual trials with animals. By chemical analysis, foods are se parated into six classes of substances, viz : — -L » I I It lUt ) -V JJ.1U13 I'D JjJLCOCilU 111 {.111 feeding stuffs. It composes about 80 per cent, of green and succulent fod ders, about 90 per cent, of root crops, 75 per cent, of silage, and 10 to 15 per cent, of hays and grains. In these it is present as mechanically adhering or hydroscopic moisture. It is a neces sary constituent of the animal body, of which it makes up 40 to 65 per cent. Water is determined by heating the substance for several hours at the tem perature of boiling water, at which temperature it passes off as steam. 2. Ash is the in...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Turning the Tables. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

^urnin^ \\\i fables. ''Now what a pleasant evening we can have here all alone !' said lit tle Mrs. Grey, dropping the crimson curtains in the cosey sitting-room, and turning to her husband as she spoke. 'But I should like to s e the opera !' she addeo1, he:* dimpled face lengthening a little. You half pro mised, you know, Bert, but I sup pose you are tired.' ' Yes,'' yawned her drowsy spouse, ti'om his pos: upon the sola. 1% Bu; neve/ mind,'' finished Amy. consolingly : ' we can go another i.in.', and I will read to you. And s.i .« -d.-jw iiourjr t!u shaded light on ;he centre table, and picked up a book.' ' Hark ! there is the door is-.1! 1.' And she rose to her feet. 'Sj.iy, I will answer it,' said Bert, suddenly fo;-ge:t':ng his weariness : and springing up he went hurriedly niio the hall. ' Amy,'' lie said, presently reap pearing at the door, it's Davis. ' I have promised to go with him to B — Street, to see a sick friend of his j You won't he loi.cly, pet, with so much to enter...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Poctig and Fiction The Gate of Tears. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

i tLshefyu ana '/'/eftv/i. Wat ©ate of ©Bars. to I Far upon the further side Of the Gate of Tears There's a country calm sind wide : There is peace at eventide Far upon the further side Of the Gate of Tears. Never gale nor tempest blows Through the Gate of Tear.- : That autumnal valley knows Neither nightingale nor rose : All the hills are crowned with snows Where the snowdrop peer.*. T^ere a ) roken heart may rest, Free from hopes or fears, rindesiring. undistressod : Wnile the sunset in the west (i-il'ls the worst ;i.n-l gr'v.'s the best. Through the Gate of Tears.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? General Blacksmith, ? [Established JftUI.] T VEHICLES made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming :lone on the Premises. Sulkies ami Spying Carts Emilt equal to Sydney. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call or send for Prices before sending out of the District. HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices and Full Particulars. J. W. BANNER, Proprietor. Agent for PotHe it Son's. Horse Medicines. Kb?' Safer, Confectioner, and Senegal ? Storekeeper, I — J-JYRON BAY. — I i i -?- - ? ' n- ..i. _j- ? i iimiiiim M«m» I A Choiee aat«S l!t--i«-5):5t-' Slwk always on viriv. 81 DRAPERY, '? mZ GROCERY, JSfa*. BOOTS & SHOES, i SS^ CLOTHING, && * HOSIERY, I IRONMONGERY. «|^ etc.. etc. lEilliiicry ami t-9'ess:n:ikiE!!^ D-obb-- at sSs^ritosJ ij'Mirr. Bread delivered all over the District at 3\d. per Loaf. 4k j- &JTA jEt. iU lr» Ir» _. _ _ . y PLUMBER AND GALVANI...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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NORTH COST CO-OP. CO. LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

NORTH COST CO-OP. CO. LTD. The following1 circular was sent by the North Const Coy., Ltd., to their suppliers, on the 27th August, and also ballot papers, copy of same is appended below showing how to vote for or against the scheme. : — DEAR SIR : — As advertised tlie meeting of suppliers took place at Rangalow, yesterday, re, the Tick Insurance Scheme, when between 50 and GO were present. But, although, the numbers, comparatively speak ing, were small, they were practically unanimous in concluding that the time had arrived when po'no thing should be done to combat the pest. And after a lengthy discussion the following resolutions were pass3d : — 1. That tlr's meeting is of an opinion, that some scheme of organization is necessary, to prevent the spread of the tick, following as closely as possible the lines laid down in circular. j 2. That the Board be empowered to! get the conditions drafted out into ? a policy form ready for submis sion to suppliers at a future meet-! ing. ~ ' - ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Ping Pong. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

Pbbij? Poidj?. j The craze of the hour, ping-pong, jhas fallen upon Byron Bay, and very soon now the pinging and tbt ponging of the tools will be heard accompanied by the laughter of the merry ping-pougers. Oh, but 'tis a fine game, entirely — especially for gentle lovers — and should add ma terially to the attractions of the local School of Arts. The Committee of that institution has already ordered me laoie.s ami nets i.or me uiscinaung game,~and so soon as they are to hand, there will be a special meet ing to arrange the details for the formation of a ping-pong club. Doubtless a tournaniGiit will follow in dwe course : and we hope, that at no distant date we shall have the pleasure of recording the fact that Byron Bay players can ping(k) all other pongers along the coast. A sensation has been caused at Thames, New Zealand, last week, by the arrest of a woman on a charge of the attempted murder of Mbhael Wh?lan. The woman arrived at Thames all night dressed in the latest fashion i...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORTH COAST CO-OP.CO. LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

HIthcoastgo-op.6o.ltd. W The following is a copy of a cir pularjust issued by the North Coast p3oy., Ltd., to the suppliers and Hairymen of the district : — I As a large number of the dairy ?nen of these districts will probably H-e unable to attend the meetings be ?ng held to consider the Insurance Scheme, against ticks, we propose to pell 1U1 1)11, tXO Ui 1CJJ. J CIO pUDOlUlC, LUC fcbjects of the proposal, so that they inay know exactly what they are vot ing for, when the time arrives for Ihem to finally decide. 1 From the information we have leathered from different sources, |lairymen may rest assured, that un less a miracle intervenes, the ticks |yill -arrive in these districts. This IjB not our own individual opinion ||gainst yours, but the opinion of Scientific men, who are making this pest a study, and based upon our tfjlimatic conditions. They may not ?fte as destructive here as in Queens viand, in fact We do not think they ^jrill, a,nd it may possibly be 3 or 4 I vbears befo...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

P.i4'«ii«'. With the app-oaeh or warm wea-! ther cometh . al-') the festive picnicj season, when young and old desport] themselves in merry, harmless out-! door recreation. The first event willj be the Annual E-iilway Picnic. | which takes place Thursday next.! the Llth inst,, on Tallow Beach., Those who have had the pleasure of! attending tins funcnon m |)reviousj years will not require much pers'.iad-1 ing to imluce them to lie pres -nt at the approaching festival. ? The following week (ISrh inst.). at the same place, the Creamery folk hold their annual celebration, which; will also be a joyous affair. j

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THE TWEED AND RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

THE TWEED AND RICHMOND. The departure of the Lady Mus grave for the Tweed and Richmond Rivers is an event of considerable im portance to Brisbane. It means that the business men of this city have determined to make a vigorous effort to obtain a footing on the Northern rivers of New South Wales, and to cater for a trade which should be more easily and profitably done from Moreton Bav than from Port Jack son. Whether the latter proposi tion be admitted or not, there should be plenty of room for enter prise from this end. Sydney has (substantial interests in that magnifi cent district which is giving life and prosperity to Lismore and Murwill mnbah, and the Southern metropo lis will no doubt be able to hold its jown in any competition that may [arise. But the district belongs geo igraphically to Brisbane. It is within jeasy reach, and Dr. Lang's effort to jhave the Clarence River recognised his the southern boundary of Queens land had substantial logic as its i foundation. Byron Bay, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

SUBSCRIPTION : 10S PEE, ANNUM IN ADVANCE, 8s FEE QUARTER, Printed and Published by Alfred C. Harness, Proprieloi, at his Machine Printing Of/ice. Byron Bay in the Stale o/Xck' South Wales.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 September 1902

TSii^ Sfwics Rp^prvsd for PROPRIETOR

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 September 1902

AFUN.^ ? ? ♦♦? ? Put two men in the same bed, one with the toothache and the other in love, and the man with the tooth ache will go to sleep first. Tubby : 'Ah, begorra, Pat, if I get up first in the morningj'll chalk it up on your door.' Cranks : * Well, if I get up first, I'll rub it out.' Some men are always wanting people to tell them how good-looking they are, but a woman will stand up in front of a mirror and see for herself. Imitation may be the sincerest flat tery, but it is difficulty to convince a girl that such is the case when she is presented with an imitation diamond. Father ( severely): 'I notice that Tom Black kissed you on leaving to night. ' Now I don't like it.' Daugh ter (sweetly), 'Well, perhaps not, pa, but Tom does. The ' Atlanta Constitution ' tells the following story : — ' A goodlook ing well-to-do bachelor of Griffin, Georgia,was being teased by the young ladies of a club for not being married. He said, 'I'll marry the one of you whom on a secret vote, you...

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Five Poor Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 September 1902

Five Poop Girls. There was a man coming to Bar field — a full-grown marriageable man ! At first the rumour had been wild and vague, emanating nobody knew whence; then confirmation had come from the grumbling complaint of a housemaid at the Abbey, who had been kept three days hard at work dusting and sweeping the west wing in order that it might be made more habitable. At last, one hot August evening, as my sisters and I— the five Misses Dunlop, of Abbey Gate Cottage — were drowsily sipping our afternoon tea, Mrs. Fawcett, the Rector's wife, came bustling in with the news that the expected arrival was a Mr. Mune ieffr , nephew and heir-at-law of Sir Peter Muncriefr'e, one of the wealthiest Baronets in Wessex. Mr. Muncriefi'e having been at Eton with Mrs. Faw cett's eldest brother, she had invited him to put up at the Rectory for a coupie or. days, until two or inrc guests expected for the shooting had amved at the Abbey, where, during th1& unavoidable absence of his lo;d ship...

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A Common Chord. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 September 1902

oA (Jommon Q^oKd. (live me a tyvv.y of waving green And it shall fill my sight With visions of the fair unseen. And pictures of delight. (live me a sun'if.-un warm and dear. Ami on nis snrr.ng \miiu. Into a purer atmosphere. My soul shall so.ir and s : 1 1 lt . (live me a little rift of blue. Just whore the gray clouds part. And it shall cast is radiant line O'er all my gladdened heart.

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"At Even-time if Shall be light." [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 September 1902

11 -sAt£\^n-time if Sfyallj be lsi-|t|t.' o Swee' How'r that, with'ring i'roin the noontide's heat. Droopoth to earth thy hea 1. I oo'c 'ip---for soon the yeiitle hand of Night S:ift dews on thee shall shed ! Pool- b'rl. that all day long on weary wing Must souglu lay disiam res:. S'iei:d on. 'and soon the golden evening star S'ia!l light thee in thy nest ! Sid lK-urt. tried liv tlie Ioiil' and weary day. Hope on. ami tluri shall hear T'' (|tiiet inus:c of the vespjr diiuies F.;ll softly on thine ear !

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Poetry and Fiction. People Will Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 September 1902

D x C/oa-m ana -s/iemn. ftv$h ma aaifc. You may go through the world, but 'twill be very slow, If you listen to all that is said as yon go : You'll we worried, ;;nd fretted, and kept in a stew, For the meddlesome tongue must have something to do, And people will talk ! If quiet and m'odest, 'twill then be pre sumed xnai .your uumoie position is on ly as sumed : You're a wolf in sheep's clothing, or else you're a fool, li.it don't get excited- keep perfectly cool. For people will talk ! If generous and noble, they'll vent out their spleen, You'll hear some loud hints you are selh'-h and mean. If upright and honest as clear as the day, They'll call you a rogue in a sly, sneak ing way. For people will talk ! Thou if you would show the least boldness of heart. Or a slight inclination t'- take your own part. They'll call you an ups:art. conceited. and vain : Hut keep straight ahead, don't stop to explain. For people will talk ! They'll talk fine before you. but then at you- \nv:k ().: ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 September 1902

$♦ B. Waxtftarny'. BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. ~p AND and General Commission Agent. I ' J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the.United Insurance Coy. (Fire). MONTHLY ??? ?; 'sale, : AT MULLUMBIMBY. SPRINGERS, PODDIES, STEERS. W. R BAKEE, Will hold his regular Monthly Stock Sale at his YARDS MULLUMBIMBY. ON . SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, AT 2 P.M. WHEN he will submit a splendid lot of Forward and Backward Springers, Yearlings and Poddy Heifers, Steers and young Bullocks. SEVERAL' SPLENDID FARM PROPERTIES, FOR SALE. SOLICITOR, &c, AX I) Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales and Queensland , MURWILLUMBAH. ~YX7'ILL attend all Courts in the Dir VV trict when Required. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, j?ltJRWI]LI,Ul?IBAUr. Sworn Valuator under Real Property Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., WANTED. 'TTT' ANTED a General Servant. Apply VV to Mrs. J. McFarlane, Public Sc...

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THE DAIRY. Judicious feeding of Stock FEED PROPERLY, and EXPAND YOUR CREAM CHEQUES. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 September 1902

THE ID^IKV. ^JudiciousfeGdin|of§tock FEED PEOPERLY, and EXPAND YOUR CREAM CHEQUES. (By ArmiuoL.A.') . Continued. 7. Dry matter and organic matter. Neither of these terms represent a single :class of constituents, or nu trients. Dry matter is what is left of a plant, or food stuff, after the water is driven off or substracted ; and organic matter is dry matter minus the ash. For example : If Luc uugji-iiu Auini-sMui. ;is- Lfu is i c presented as 100 per cent,, and it con tains 10 per cent, of water and o per cent, of ash, then dry matter is equal to 100 per cent, less 10 per cent.! water — or 90 per cent., and organic! matter is 90 per cent, dry matter less' 5 per cent, ash — or So per cent. To enable thost- not familiar with^ the subject to gain a clear idea of the „ parts of food stuffs, and the terms representing them as used in fodder' analyses, the following stau-moiu is! presented : — J Food-stuff — is wa:er and dry. matter. '? Dry mat if r — is ash and organic matter. ; Organi...

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