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THE AYRSHIRE COW [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

The Ayrshire Cow. Mr. Winslow, secretary of the Ayr shire Breeders Association, Ayrshire,! Scotland, is a warm supporter of the Ayrshire cow. He says that during at least two centuries she has been a prominent figure in Scotch life. Har diness has been developed in lrei' for the reason that for generations she had to get her living under hard conditions on the moors, having of ten to endure severe cold, sometimes for long periods. He says further that ' Ayrshire cows are always hun gry, will eat all you. feed them, a?id will make the best use of all, they get. The quality of Ayrshire milk is good. The Ayrshire is a good but ter cow, and whenever she' has been given a trial it has been found that she produces a large quantity of good butter at a small cost, and is there fore just the kind of cow for the average farmer. Though not advo cated for beef, the butchers like it, as. they are thick in the loin, and cut up well, and their meat Iras a good flavour. As a persistent milker, she ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

C3MJWBITAR1ES. W|IAT i;'-^ 'i«-.s,. M,,,.r ri(tn,.VilU' tiin.-t !, - ri, ,!,.,-, (i;,(!, ,,1T(i ,)n)(.iss_ i'lg friends ()!| tjK, m-K' ^-MiriiK'nt. H'iw,|,.. '?hXIiJJAI^-. li^htfliliv Ic.-i.t. f].,...,. _ saint' friends wire in p'lmir'.m.Mim, r;, down rh,. ,,(.jlisl) -1';'-. '?^?/^?ds.-say tJ,,- ,„,„.- I!'; .'T'i ?: 'w'™»l'li,,,t. down ? '?'?'' J-;|'- :iiki imw w,. I)t..rfJf. -?;-:: . rop.-oveyoil:. iVi,lliWli|) l,v hw^ giving usa lirtjc money.' Wilj ,j.'j '' ^ X(): »Hich': Whv ,|k.v! ?I'm; even want the gentk, »,*,,. {H ? J ii'.'Sglib.r.ir— as witness ? ?? r- ? ' ?' ;n;i:i(1;l!ir i--»-as.'iM.s. who has JatHv ??««?'? t':j-r-^''i in immiving jntl, th;. sn.tHb.l.tvof Madagascar as place of 'l^irous of h,!viM,, Sou.h Af ? ', h'lC Mnnrinl-,1,1 .1. -l I ? . . ? Vcl . , ? ,!' ' tiUU 'ii- island is totally 'nht for that purpos , T)l(, F '} authonr.es hav,. also n.f,,*.,, tM ,,.,''! anguage ' Th, Ho,:- has ahvav^f .en.rn.klcng. .i,a;Jli,a:s,ioo.n,dro; ? . '',':' IJI-1 ??-»nr.'n-f.j save in ...

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THE DAIRY. CONSTITUTIONAL VIGOUR NEEDED IN DAIRY COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

THE ID^IHV. Constitutional Vigour Needed in Dairy Cows. At a meeting of dairymen at Buf falo, U.S.A., Mr. Gregg, of Minne sota, spoke on the points necessary in dairy cows and sires. He called at tention to the necessity of strength ening the constitutional vigour of dairy animals, and warned against trying to develop the dairy capaci ties above the constitutional ones. Health, strength and dairy qualities should be looked after. We fancy that the judges of our dairy cattle will find these points hard to guard. The judge may form a correct opin ion of the dairy qualities of. an ani mal, but to determine the amount of vigour is a more difficult thing. The man that has charge of such an animal all the time for years may have a pretty clear conception of the truth, but the casual observer cannot have such, The history of the an cestors also 'are necessary to shed light on. the health and vigour .of their offspring. Thus new problems are arising for the judges to solve, and we. believe ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL ,,^''V-?,-B-7areham Veports the sale of three farms last week The disposal of the properties was most satisfactory both, to purchasers and O, i -, '? MiUs' fl'om North .^luensland, has purchased a farm at Broken Head,, and intends settling tW. The Record extends the hand ot friendship, and wishes him all prosperity. . . A meeting of district teaclie-s wis ^ent^ held at A!stonyi,,e,to& con sider the feasibility of forming a - .^,^^,n t-ApruHsod tlie opinion tl.au competitive displays were i mista'-e ' a A;sr,,innewant.s.a police ofTicer. ^ yh* iwute-Ms are endeavourm-to get. .one stationed there without dda^- ?! 1110 l'JUt -vlission is pro vino- vw-v «J?^!i.'.t.MurWimm11|lHh,aSnmn.] as ?) U ])drsons are pi-es-'ut ar the1 «p»-v:ceS. The Missi-!n will be con-! r:nut'd at AisfojiviMi. ,,wr v ? i ? '?? »''i -'t.uiyoar. , T-£ Fii'rli. Annual Exhibition of ;»« Iwoed Hiunswick, arul Border ' ? -'id A. Society, will l»f. hold -,t ^wrwiilumb.l^onrhel^handl^h; Oi- nex...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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POWERFUL IMAGINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

POWERFUL IMAGINATIONS. Undoubtedly the easiest way to acquire a fortune is to imagine one (says the writer of an article entitled ' Living on Bogus Fortunes,' in 'Cassell's Saturday Journal 11 for August). To a thoroughpaced rogue an inventive brain is worth all the other gifts that are essential for the successful carrying on of a career of crime put to gether. This has been abundantly proved by the colossal frauds of the Humbert family. If the enterprising Madame Humbert had been merely a skilful forger she would have been laid by the heels long ago. But she had a powerful imagination, and it brought her millions. Some time back there was a woman residing in a south coast town whose capacity for invention wass.ich that she was enabled, without possessing a single penny of her own, to, procure literally everything she wanted. She professed to be the cousin of a reign ing sovereign whose displeasure she had incurred through marrying beneath her but that his Majesty had signified his...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Gutter, lid per lb. Bacon, 11-^1 per lb. BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, up to '1-Jid per lb (weak) Nominal.- ' ^ ; Bacon, 1 - peril). MELBOURNE MA RK ETS. Butter, lO-Ld.

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

VENI ! VIDI ! VICI ! Gus. Harrison, The Up-to-date Hairdresser, Tobacconist, Ulercier, is stili to be found in his premises next The Great Northern Hotel. 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, Byron Bay Record. Jim Wilson, Builder and Contractor. IS prepared to advise as to the most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for all kinds of Buildings, having had a large experience. r Repairs to Buildings, Furniture, Joinery, Pulling down Buildings and Be erecting, Attended to Promptly. WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS K. YOUNG, Greengrocer, Fruiterer, Confectioner, and Produce Merchant, BVKOK BAY. ? TT1ANCY goods of every description. (Japanese goods a speciality) Tea ! Jea ! ''Best Brands in the Market. Sample them. Call and Inspect before sending money out of the town. ...

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

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Coiiiiiicicinl Work of all kinds, Kiil-»er Stamps. L GIVE US A TRIAL.

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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

! i ? ? ?? : M lAfiffilfs MMMi&AM MM^wMiJL* t j ? m ? ,„„„,.„„., ? „ ,|^^^.^.^^m,,^ ? Tr^ ? ..^...^TTWWW^ | j I B_\^ It O N 13 A Y .' SaJi'|»lo and Billiard K»o:ns, Kxporiciirod as»-! f'aref'ial iivtw::. a!«tel ^Va^'CMKCtK1 ciumMs nil Arcivais fi»y ^-*a mu\ Siasn. f S thiri Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than iv-.;; other in Australia, it is needless to desci-iln1 its (..'lui.na.-, AS A SUMMER RESORT. : ? A, T. KIRK, PIU.)PFIET()it. t I : H^S IN STOCK Grocery, Ironmongery, Drapery, Boots & Shoes; i CALL AND IXSPlttT. | i i I

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

[?] LIIfllTED. S'J'KAM rJ'O RICHMOND RIVER FROM BRISBANE. -,8. LADY MUSGBAVE. Freiglit as Loivest Kales. Ps&ssages 2Os. nih^Io ; iliis i'4'turii. Ollico — ivLagellan-street, Lismore. Byron Bay Hecord. s:f '/.tyr- yQFm- s:f wrrrTf wit /f* -yi ^yj) j^#i ^ ^^ J» A y : J, JlA M ^Isr t £P=*»r » »*w 'S*'*^ Wwa*' ^fi^v 'NL. £ IJP^TO^D^TE.

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TRADE WITH THE RICHMOND AND CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

TltADE WITH THE RICHMOND AND CLARENCE. In answer to inquiries made with regard to the prospects of trade between Brisbane and the Northern Rivers of New South Wales, the secretary of the Mer chants1 Company, Limited, made the following statement : — The directors recognise that the Lady Musgrave will not alone be able to cope with the increasing trade between the Richmond, Clarence, and Tweed Riv ers. They are considering the advisability of offering the balance of the unallotted shares in the com pany for the purpose of placing other boats in the trade. The matter will be more fully considered at a meeting of the directors next week. ' Brisbane Courier.' j The apple is such a common fruit that very few persons are familiar with its remarkable efficacious med ical properties. Everybody ought to know that the very best thing they can do is to eat apples just before re tiring for the night. Persons unini tiated in the mysteries of the fruit are liable to throw up their hands in horror...

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THE KAFFIR AND THE COW. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

The Kaffir and the Cow. A rather amusing story is told by a farmer lately returned from South Africa. When lie was fitting up his place he had a number of articles sent up from Capetown which be thought would be useful on the farm, and among these was a milking stool. He gave it to the Kaffir ' boy,' whose duty it was to milk the cows, and or dered him to see that the stool was used at the next milking. Next morning the kaffir turned up in a fearfully battered and bruised con dition, but with an empty pail. On being questioned as to the cause the boy replied, u Milk stool very nice, sir, but the cow wont sit on it.'

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NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. Following is the monthly state ment of. the. North. Coast Coy. Ltd., to their suppliers : Cream':— The supply for the last month has increased slightly. The cream was fairly good but there was room for improvement, a great num ber of suppliers were not sending often enough, it would almost appear that some of the suppliers, wait to fill their cans, and in some cases, cream was mixed indiscriminately, all this has a downward grade tendency. Where suppliers wish to preservat heir cream, nothing better than ' Preser vi tas 'can be used, 'Formalin' and all liquid ' Preservitas ' are objec tionable and flavour the cream high ly, even common salt is objectionable. Cream supplied daily with none held over, does not require any ' Preservi tas' stirring and cooling same will keep it good. As requested by the ' Itail De partment ' we have placed a man on the line to assist the guard loading the cream, suppliers interests must materially benefit by this arrange ...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

BRIEF MENTION. The Wesleyans of Lismore are building another parsonage, and a third minister is to be appointed for that circuit. Mr. J. W. Coleman, member for Lismore, returned to Lismore by the Tomki on the 13th inst. The Synod of the Dutch Reformed Church, in the Transvaal, has ex horted the members to loyally accept the new Government. The death sentence has been con firmed on August Tisler, and Selina Sangal, who were found guilty of the murder of the latters husband at Dan den on g. Mahomet, the talking horse of Fitzgerald's Circus, will no longer entertain a happy crowd. He died at Numurkah, last week. He was remarkably intelligent, and showed to what an extent a horse can be trained. Miss May Yohe, the actress, and divorced wife of Lord Henry Francis Hope, heir-presumptive to the Duke of Newcastle, has been married at Buenos Ayres, in South America, to ex-Captain Putnam Strong, who was the co-respondent in the divorce case, and was recently alleged to have pawned her jewels....

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A Dazzling Costume. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

A Dazzling Costume. The King and Queen held the fourth Court Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace recently. The Queen wore a dress of white satin embroidered with lace, rubies, emeralds, and diamonds. The train was of cloth of gold, lined with ruby velvet. Her headdress was a crown of diamonds.

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Fascinating Spinsters. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

m ? Fascinating Spinsters. The decline in the number of re married widows may be accounted for in the increased wisdom of the spinster. The maiden of to-day is neither diffident nor unversed in the arts of fascination. Time was when she first allowed herself to be wooed or left, as the case might be. To-day she sets herself persistently to win, and thus places herself on the same plane as the widow, who formerly had it all her own way in this re spect. — ' Lady's Pictorial.'

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

police (;ourt Friday, 10th October. Before 0. B. Wareham and R. Audsley, Js.P. Alexander Wright was charged with obtaining the sum of £11 8s. from Ella Kirk, by means of false pretences. Constable Belson deposed to ar resting the accused in Molesworth Street, Lismore. Accused admitted cashing a cheque for 12- at Kirk's Hotel, but stated he only received 12 - change, Afterwards, at the Lock-up, he told witness that he got £12 from Mrs Kirk, but that it was her mistake, as he had not repre sented the cheque as being for £12. Asked what he had done with the money, he stated that he thought a man named ' Tom ' had taken him down for it, as he caught ' Tom ' with his hand in his (prisoners) pocket. Ella Kirk deposed, that accused came to her Hotel on the 29th Sep tember, he called for drinks and tendered a cheque,; which he said was for £12. She handed accused £11 and balance in silver. Afterwards, in consequence of something she head at the Bank, she communicated with the police. James ...

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. ' * Mouse ot lxe.presentatives took . place last week. Prior to the prorogation, ' -l'e Lio3al assent was signified in- the usual way to the Appropriation Act ihe Electoral, Parliamentary Allow wncoa, and the Causes m^w *i .. Commonwealth Acts. The Actin ('Overn-,r-C.enera! prorogued Pa vlui- ?ni^o until thH4th November nexL THr strike' of ftJl tra-les at Geneva oshowpnpathywiththetramwv ^'kers has collapsed. I,, the rio-'s ;JU SOldli'l'S Were vn.:iM,l.,,l ? l «..'A persons were arrested. Many Inve pn spelled. The country is b',, cleared o[ anarchists. ' ' A lady, hmg resident in Natai ^'?nis young women against temm. n.g oilers of fre, passages to at country. Waives for d;iIn^f;, J. ''-1'1111 ]nn tins doe* not corn --^efo,. tiu- (|in.ei.em - '0 often reeve from employers ;iml l:o'- rJl* '.creased cost of liVi,,. when out ot employment A heavy gale raged in Sydney ^»»fc' l'«t Saturday and Sunday .' utl. »w»-iy six inches of rain fel fc. the time. At one tij ! -HI...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? General Blacksmith, ? [Established 1891.] ? o ? 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 and Spring Carts built 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. BflWER, Proprietor. ^.gent for Pottie & Son's. Horse Medicines. K. Everitt, ISafer Confectioner, and Senegal Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY. — A Choice and Up-to-Date Stock always on view. DRAPERY, GROCERY, BOOTS & SHOES, CLOTHING, HOSIERY, IRONMONGERY, etc., etc. iHilliiicry and Drcssniakinsj l-on-» :«l shortest uotice. Bread delivered all over the District at 3Jd. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... By rou Bay. ... Executes all orders in the above Trades with Bust Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanfcs of all Descri...

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