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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

NEWS AND NOTES. The Paris correspondent of the ' Standard ' mentions, under reserve, a report that Russia is about to issue a Note announcing that, by an arrange ment with Turkey, the Dardanelles will be open to the ingress and egress of Russian warships, but will be clos ed to the squadrons of other Powers. ' An ex-priest, the cashier of the Czec Clerical Loan Bank (St. Wen zels, Vorschuss Cassa), Prague, has committed suicide. An examination of his books revealed a deficit of £124,000, spread over a period of 20 years. Monsignor Brozd, an expre sident of the bank, and two other officials have been arrested. The Professor of Anatomy at the Medical School of the University of Indianapolis the capital of Indiana, U. S. A. and his two assistants, h:ive been arrested on a charge of the wholesale robbery of graves. No less than thirty corpses intended for dis section were found in a cold-storage house at Louisville. The remains of Mr. John Kensit, the leader of the anti-Ritualism crusad...

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

AFUN.^ Two officers who were friends, but had not met for some time, vol unteered, each unknown to the other, for the Ashantee War. To their mu tual surprise they stumbled across each other at Cape Coast Castle, whereupon the following dialogue ensued. A. : ' Hallo ! Why, B., who on earth would ever have dreamt of meeting you here ? You don't mean to say you've volun teered ?' B. : ' Well, yes. I have. You see I've no wife and family, and I like war. But what in the name of wonder brings you here ?' A. : ' Well, you see, I have a wife and family, and. I like — peace !' Overheard in a Bookseller's in New York : Old party to booksel ler's clerk ; 'I should like a Chaucer.' Clerk, altogether new to the business, but very polite : ' Really, sir, I'm very sorry, but I haven't a bit of tobacco about me !' Mixed Diet : School text-books give ' milk ' as a perfect example of a food which contains all the essen tial ingredients of a mixed diet. The example of a mixed diet once given by a boy...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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TRAGEDY AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

TRAGEDY AT MELBOURNE. A TRAGEDY occurred at St. Kilda early on Sunday morning last. A man accosted two children belonging to Mrs. Allen and attempted to assault the elder girl. Constable Johnson, beinsr informed of the oc currence, mounted his bicycle and rode in pursuit of the stranger, who seeing the Constable withdrew inside a gateway and when the officer ap proached fired a revolver. The bullet struck Johnson in the breast, death being instantaneous. The man then walked rapidly away, threaten ing the bystanders with death if they interfered. Constable Zoudan fol lowed the murderer, who on being approached dug his penknife into his own neck, and placed his revolver to his temple, and blew his brains out. The deceased is an undoubted criminal. Some of the police are of the opinion that deceased is iden tical with the man Shaw wanted in connection with the murder of Con stable Guilfoyle in Sydney. Later. The Inspector-General of Police is in receipt of a telegram from the Chief Com...

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

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. ? | , ' _ ' ' ? ; ? \ ? ; ? I ' ? j SUBSCHiPTIOIVt: jlOS PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE, 3S PEE QUARTER,' %&£. -p-p- I #~'* ?&.& ^ ^°- -!^ ^ ' -:^ '1^ TT T'- /T\ 'T^T ~l'- i ? ~\r *-* ; m JO jl XV \J xS 13 xtl X . m \ 1 ^ig - TO UK HtiLD ON THE ?% i 'f '&& . 'Xift j 3 r King's Birthday, t 6 ; .^^ ..^--^-. ? ''' h-w-^ i ? ^^ ^ ' -i--6-' - ^^i i Aft *A i 1 Kirk's Sheffield Handicap, £10o 1 O;K- ?? II ?—III Mil I ??!!?! ^IIIWMIBIl^ll ???—^^^1 !?? ? !? I ? 11 ? Ill II I ' ? -.-^ 1 AND NUMEROUS OTHER EVENTS. TO | | BE COMPETED FOR, 1 #% $$ ?#*: _ -^ ^?^ Xoininations I'oi- Kirk's Shi'llieM Haniliea]), Nominations Is. Accept juicl's Is. (id. ^ j '*-' ? &&- ! ^- Nominations ro elost MONDAY, onl NOVEMBEH, .I'.tli2. Ltisr tlmv perfonnanees to accompany ^ i :°;.-* Nomiriiitioiis. ^ ?*-.^j , ,. . ....... . ^^ o-;«i All nominations to be addressed to the Secretary. FKK.D Fl^ICK. lion. Sec. ^, ^^ ^^- i --: ...

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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 October 1902

Qseful ftihts. - — » t\j ? * FASHIONS. An extremely handsome after noon tea apron can be made with a length of indian silk, and guipure. Pleat the silk to shape with about t- small pleats facing each other in the centre of the apron. Over which the bib will come in a peak. On :he left hand side ot the apron piace i revere of the guipure, from top to bottom. On the other side a short ?evere. Now, from the short revere round one corner, embroider a pretty lesign in floss silk to the edge of the ong revere. The bib is of guipure, :rom which a sailor collar is carried round the neck, made of silk and jrlged with narrow guipure. For ;he waistband, ribbon with a rosette it the side. Another is made of fine cambric. :rimmed down the centre in form of \ panel with alternate rows of inser tion and tucks (something like u baby's robe). Two pretty pockets ire placed each side of the panel, edged with lace and drawn to a point with a bow of ribbon. This also his a large lace sailor-collar from ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

BYRON BAY GOAGH WORKS — AND — ? General Blacksmith, ? [Established 1801.] ? o ? ^ VEHICLES made to Oder with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best ' 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. HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices and Full Particulars. J. W. BHJWER, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie -£ Son's. Horse Medicines. i ISaker Confectioner, and Senegal Storekeeper, — BYKOX BAY. — .4 -'h«i-r-' ;ii8-Q !!j--l«-S5ale Stork :8S*\:».v* obi view. « DRAPERY, MT GROCERY, JBN-. BOOTS & SHOES, Jf% * CLOTHING, fm * HOSIERY, § IRONMONGERY, ^t_ etc., etc. I j llslliairay :imd S-s-'S^:-::e5i!»i^ Done al sljossesl tiotaic . I | Bread delivered all over the District at 3',d. per Loaf. j | j i i PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... iiyvini Bay. ... Executes -all orders in the above Ti-ades with Best Work...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

We advertise the truth ami the truth advertises us. Kagle Ilous.i\~

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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A Palace of Dreams. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

A Palaro of I-rca-iis. Mrs. Bakers' book of poems en titled liA Palace of Dreams,' has reached Australia, it is published by Messrs Biaekwood and contains some beautiful lines. All lovers of nootrv ?should send for the work. The 'Spectator ' says of the book ' we see real inspiration, and we know of no one except Mr. Swinburne — and the Mr. Swinburne of twenty years ago rather than of to-day — who could have written ' Until the Day Dawns.' Lt is dramatic as the Bonk of Job' is dramatic, rirstwehear the accus ing Voice arraigning man, who has received a world beautiful with life and lov-'.and has turned it into a chaos of death and hatred : — I gave thee the breath and the beautv of .1 .. ? j. ! ? _ _? 1 i i * i- iiiiwn. t-ne service Hint splendour ot day : The suinl and the sap of thy thought, and the skill of thy fashioning hands that obey: I gave tliee the strength of tho morn ing, and wrought thee thy curtain.s of darkness deep. To fold over labour and p.u:ence and pleasure the s...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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A WHITE WORLD. CONTINUED. CHAPTER I. THE GENERAL'S TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

ft WHITE WORM). CONTINUED. CHAPTKK I. THE GENERAL'S TIIU.ST. ?' Not strange:1, my General !' in-i terposed Erlestone, eagerly. ' Com-! iiinml me, I am at your service, and} the lady's a thousandfold. A vener able man and a wome:i. who else would have such claims on a man ii. his prime ?' ? ' You are u chivalrous fellow. by; H'-aven ! But this — this is so much I t: ask, even you — ..-o daving. so ad-; venturous, ami so knightly! Buti listen, before you pledge one word. I Time is life or death, to-night per-; haps. You know that in Russia- if a; Nihilist, proved or only suspix!, es capes, his relatives are arrested and; imprisoned till lie is taken or gives; himself up : well, a I'. dish Count, an old dear friend of my life, has, I learn to-night, lately been falsely suspected of Nihilism : but he has, happily, escaped to Knglaiid in safety.'' ?? I'Youi prison, my (.i ..mi era I ?' ' Yes. He has an only ehild. ' motherless, a ba;iui if ill girl of twenty, a clever, high-spirited girl...

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Poetry and Fiction. The Grave's Compass. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

[?] H% Stag's Gompass. Thou who art gone will never come again, Not tho' I wait till Time shall be no more: All my impassioned pleading are. in vain: No echoes penetrate that far-off shore With its phantasmal haze Where thou art anchored, lo these many days. 'My woe perchance might reach the utmost star. Circling an orbit that defies the eye: But thy new bourne is set so far ! so far! T may not hope thine ear will catch my cry. Nor that thy voice will be Ti'trne over space immeasurable to me Oh. strange airl sad to think the graves compass, Seening so narrow, should so boundless be: S- v.i-st. so vi_(ii ;. in! oven lovj (alas !) May hope to span the gapu.id haply see. Fair as of old and fond. The bosom's idol in the Bright Beyond (From ' Harper's Monthly.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

CIRCULATING LARCELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Propert; Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. 'T AND and General Commission Agen I l Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United,Insurance Coy. (Fire). ©Wen IS. O^ctfefyam. '-— ' ji NEAR ST. HELENA, BYRON BAY, ON O9ednesdc^ 2G), October AT 12 O'CLOCK, AT THE FARM. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. Mf^\ AY & COY., fin conjunc . \JT tion with O. B. WARE HAM), have been favored with instruc tions from H. D. BEDFORD ESQ. t. Sell by Auction on the above date th whole of his valuable herd and effect comprising : — 37 Cows Milking and Springing. Really Good. 1 Jersey Bull. MS 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 G rooms (Now) Kitcher Utensils. Tools and Sundries. USUAL TERMS AT SALE. The Auctioneers would ilrtu\ special attention to this...

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DIRT IN THE MILK CANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

^^— ? nTRT TM THE MILK CANS. Dirty methods in dairying cannot be hidden. The cloudy milk m the bottom of the cau tells the story. It is a sufficient clue to the habits of the dairvman on whose farm it was produced. Such an advertisement does not increase the revenue of any milk producer. He may escape punishment if he is fortunate enough to sell his milk to a butter factory or creamery, where the manager is weak ,-v, noa/On tinn Tf his trade is with private families he willjbe constantly losing custom without fully com prehending the cause. Dirt in the can is almost a perennial charge against some milk producers. An investigation of their premises will sometimes show that they are as clean as most' stables. Then whence the dirt ? In a good many instance, it comes from the dust on the udders of the cows, on the clothes of the milker, and even from his unwashed hands. If the milker will wash his hands, the udder of the cow, and the flanks of the cow, and wear clean clothes when he mil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

WAHTED, WANTED Magazine (Pearson's) issued l(.)00, containing story ?entitled, '? The Perpetual Light.' Lent same last March. Please re turn. Selwyn Martyn, Creamery, Byron Bay. WANTED A GOOD SADDLE HACK. Quiet and Sound. Applv, H. AUDSLEY, Byron Bay. ~YXT ANTED buyer for Mandoline (Per VV fectly New Instrument) with Tutor, extra strings, and two plec truras. Price 30/-. Apply Rkcokd Office. WANTED Merchants to get their Memorandum Forms and Billheads printed at the SgcoKD Job Printing Works. WANTED all folks to know that the 'Byron B:i.y Record,' is the best Advertizing Medium in the District. XTORTH COAST CO-OP. CO., LTD. i V ,, ELECTION OF DIRECTORS. NOMINATIONS for the above will be r'jcjoive-1 by th'j undersigned up to and i.-uludimr loth Xo.--.Tii'-'r. 1SD2 W. H. CTjIFFORD. S.rretary. IN PREPARATION, WITH OC PHOTO-PROCESS ftd Id PICTURES; iOj THE ! Btd|immtr & (Etoreeir! — RIVERS — i ILLl'STIUTSB DIK£(!TOKV. FIRST EDITION OF 2,001) COPIES WILL RE IS-vISD IX JANTARY NEX...

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SUGAR BEET FOR MILCH COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

SUGAR BEET FOR MILCH COWS. Experiments made by farmers of the Glen Innes district prove that sugar beet makes excellent fodder for milch cows. From 19 cows on half an acre one dairyman received £36 17s. for two months, Fifteen cows fed in the ordinary way for the month only returned £7 os., but the following month, when the cows fed on beetroot, they yielded £13 b's. Id. worth of butter. Do not feed any kind of unsound food. It is a mistake to think that it is cheap. The loss in dairy pro ducts will be greater than the differ ence in cost of sound and unsound food. Experiments made in Germany showed that cows given warm water to drink increased their milk supply one pound per cow. The cows drink much more warm water than cold.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

CHURCH OF EN(JLANI). Parish Of Byron Hay. Sunday, October. 2tjth, \'M)2. : C lanes II a.m. ; Eureka 2.80 p.m. Federal (Protestant Hall ). 7.80 p.m. Edwin J. Dodd.

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THE DAIRY. THE PURITY OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

THE P^IRV. THE PURITY OF MILK. Every dairyman knows how im portant it is to keep milk pure. ' Pure ' should be understood in its broadest sense. Most people under stand as 'pure' milk, that which has not been adulterated with water. Certainly adulterated milk must be called impure. But in some milk which is retailed, except the steriliz ed, one can detect with the aid of a powerful microscope a large number of minute organisms which the scientist terms ' bacteria.' The keeping quality of milk depends largely upon the number and kind of bacteria, which may also be called impurities. Thus an effort should be made to have as few bacteria in the milk as possible. How can we accomplish this ? In order to an swer this question intelligently we are obliged to study the natural his tory of bacteria. Bacteria. — Most of the facts stated in this article have reference to bacteriology. Bacteria are plants which consist of a single cell, with enormous ability to propagate. Some species propagat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

Bgrmt Bag Brctfrtr* HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN | HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2o, 1902.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

|G[Fcat JVforthepn JHiotel, 1 This Space Reserved for Hi | JVCurdoek JVCeliean, so* I PROPRIETOR *^3£)!om*^^-^^&*&^ **?; *« --; --: *-' ^ *-:

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TICK INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

TICK INSURANCE. As very shortly, the final meeting on the above question will be held by the suppliers of the North Coast Co-op. Coy. Ltd., and as they will be called upon to vote for or against the Scheme, it may not be amiss to place before them, as concisely as possible, the slightly revised proposals. It will refresh the dairymen's memories and give them an opportunity of calmly and deliberately deciding, in their own minds, whether such a course is advisable or not, before the meeting takes place. As nothing has been heard lately about the tick, a great number ima gin the danger has been exaggerated and a scheme, such as proposed, unnecessary : this is a mistake. We grant that during the very dry wva-j ther, they have not been as destruc-i tive as at other times, but it is J generally acknowledged in Queens- j land this is entirely due to the drought, and that as soon, as moist weather sets in again, the pest will | be as active as ever, and spread. ra-| pidly. At present they ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

VENI ! VIDI ! VICE ! Gus. Harrison, The Up-to-date Hairdresser, Tobacconist, IWercier, is still 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. i i i i 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 Re-erecting, Attended to Promptly. WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS W. 10UIG, CSrcciijjrocer. Fruiterer, Confectioner, and Produce merchant, B1KO.\ BAV. 'I1ANCY goods of I'Very description. (.Japanese goods a speciality) Jea ! Xea ? Best Brands in the Market. Sample them. Call and Inspect before sending money out of t...

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