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

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work of all kinds, Rubber Stamps. GIVE US A TRIAL.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

X Cards, Programmes, Circulars, Letter Readings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

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Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

aHHH l«MB||§||§ij§||§i§r j Wm» Collin & Sons, ; LH.IIGTED. | ? i,i XK OF HRISBANH STKA.MKRS. ? M.S. LADY MUSGEAVE. Fr«'i^3B- at Lowest lt:ites. 5Bja^.-::5^-' ?; *2-)s. single ; :t--s return f'r-»ui Kallina. Si:;t^:«.a^«'fs *2--s. siisj-jir ; S--s retui'ii f'roai Lismore. » WM. COLLIN ct SONS, I/I'D., i .1. liAMSJiOTHAM, Manager. (.Jilic-? — -'M airol la n -street, Lismoro. i I ! i f . I ? . . .. .---,--- ? ^z^zzz^:--— ? -ii.. ' .. ? ? i1 ! Byron Bay Record. j SPEEDY, Up^TO^D^TE. I i I ?

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City V. Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

City V. Country. People run to the country by fits and starts. The}' read about the country, but how few care to live there or know anything, person ly of country pursuits and country objects ? A bird to a townsman .means something to shoot, a rural jroad means a place to bowl along in ja motor-car at a terrific speed, a river means an orgy of singing and shout ing people perspiring in a closely packed crowd on a steam-launch, a i country house meaus a place to en tertain a party and play ' bridge ' | in. The sweet influences of the .country felt by the poets, by Shake speare, by Milton, by Tennyson, the quiet, the peace, the supreme emo tions of the soul looking up to some thing infinite, the homely sights and sounds — these (writes Lady Violet Greville) are lost upon us now And what is the result ? What has come to the great exodus of the people from the country to the town, of the distaste of lads for the land, of girls for the dairy, the poultry and bee-keeping, the butter- maki...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DAIRY INDUSTRY ACT. To the Editor of the Byron Bay Record [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

THE DAIRY INDUSTRY ACT. To the Editor of llw. Rvron Rnv Pfmy/I Sir, — During the past four years, periodical attempts have been made by the Dairy Expert to extend the fun ction of his Department and its con trol over those engaged in the indus try, but each effort has been repulsed by the common sense of producers. The Bill now before Parliament to regulate the manufacture and expor tation of dairy produce is worthy of serious attention. It is sought by this act to usurp important duties hitherto performed by the Board of Health. This in itself is a danger ous step, as the Department of Agri culture is more directly under Min isterial and political influence. On the score of public health, several silly official conditions are already imposed upon the dairy farmers, nevertheless the functions of the State in this direction are difficult of limitation. But when an Act (like the one under review) seeks to control the industrial sidej of the industry, there is sound ground for comment ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

BRIEF MENTION. Further rains have occurred in the coastal districts and in the high lands of this State ; 7in. were recorded at Moss, Vale. Earthquake tremors have occurred in the North of Scotland. Shocks of earthquakes have oc ourred in south-eastern Tennesee and north-western Georgia, U.S.A. Lord Kitchener has left England to take up his duties as Commander in-Chief in India. He will travel by Paris and Brindisi . Large quantities of marble are being found at Attunga, near Tam worth. A sample will shortly be sent to Sydney to ascertain if it has any market value, Sir T. Lipton. in his challenge for the America Cup, describes his new yacht Shamrock III., which is to be built for the race, as cutter-rigged, and her load water-line is given as 80ft. Mr. John Henry, a wealthy iron master, was knocked down by a train near Pittsburg Station, U. S.A, He was carried bleeding on to the platform, and offered £20,000 to anyone who could save his life. A few moments later he died. A crowd of...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, lid per lb. Bacon, Is per lb. BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, Is per lb Bacon, Is per lb.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. . ? ♦♦ ? [It is distinctly to be borne in mind that we do not by inserting letters convey any opinion favourable to their contents. No notice whatever will be taken of anony mous letters, nor can we return those that are rejected. Letters should be brief, and written on one side of the paper only.]

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Terrible Accident at San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

Terrible Accident at San Francisco. News of the death under very sad circumstances of Captain Goulding, master of the British ship General Gordon, and a frequent visitor to this port, (says the ' Sydney Herald ) has been received from can n-ui- cisco. Captain T. Kay, of the bar que Earl of Dunmore, in a letter dated Nevada Dock, San Francisco, September 15, to Captain William A. Wo mill, marine surveyor, of this city, gave particulars of the accident in which Captain Goulding lost his life, and forwarded press cuttings re lative to the sad affair. It appears that on the morning of September 12 Captain Goulding him! his wife, and Captain Charles Green (master of the British ship Mount. Stewart, well known to this port) and Mrs. Green, formed a party to see the sights of San Francisco. Both vessels had recently arrived from Sydney and Newcastle, and were at 'the time discharging then cargoes at the Long Wharf at Oak land. Captain Green returned to his ship for a forgotten article, and...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL BANK AT BANGALOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL BANK AT BANGALOW. A branch of the E. S. and Aus tralian Bank has been opened at Bangalow, though at present termed a ' Weekly Agency,' being open for the transaction of business every Wednesday from 10 a.m. till 3 p.m., but it is the Bank's intention to in crease the number of days as soon as deemed necessary. The Branch was opened on the 20th inst., in an office adjoining G. Noble's Store, near the Railway Station, and so, is in a most central position. We are confident that all those interested in the progress and future welfare of Bangalow will give the Bank's ven ture every support, as it fills a long felt want, and not only that, but as in the case of the Byron Bay Branch, the Bank has made the venture when others have refused to do so. The E. S. and A. Bank's connection does not extend, to any great extent, into the drought-stricken portions of the State, therefore has not been affected by it : it is really a ' Farmer's ' and not a ' Squatter's ' bank. The Ba...

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 — 25 October 1902

COMMENTARIES. tier. C is an idea for the improve-j nieiit and beautifying of the beach extending each side of MARRAM the jetty. And would! grass also prevent the sand l'i«r\m i h«if*t i nir * ? 4* I )m* late Baron von Mueller, in the year; 1S«S;'), introduced the marram grans' into Victoria as a means of prevent-' ing sand from drifting. At Port! Fairy an experiment was made which] | has produced excellent results. In addition to its use in this respect. 1 1 he grass has also been proved to con j tain an amount of nourishment, for I cuttle that renders the plant doubly valuable. With a view of making the long stretch of beach at Bondi jtuore stationary the Waverleyj 'Borough Council some time agoj urged the Minister of Works to ob-j tain a supply of marram grass for planting on the sand. This request has been complied with, and recently! \\\z the Bondi beach, between the two; j fascine fences, several rows of grassj jrootb were planted, extending fora1 | distance of about half a mil...

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 — 25 October 1902

iFURl Mallaby : ' Bragleigh boasts that no living man could forge his mime successfully to a cheque and get it cashed.' Homons : ' Has he such a very peculiar signature ':' Malhiby : ? No, but he hasn't any bank account.' Beggar : 'Ain't ye got a shilling for a poor blind chap ?' Old Gentle man : ' Why. you are only blind in One oye.' Beggar : ' All right : make it sixpence, then.' While some cows were passing thf' house, one of them lowed. 'Oil, mamma/ exclaimed lit;'' ! Clara, '.one of the horns blew ! which was it ?' ' You appear to be ijay and hv.y. jpy,' said a former acquaintance of lone Brown. * You look well fed, an i well-dressed, and nil that. Mus; I have a good income. 1 presume.' — 1 Oh, Yes !. replied Brown. 1 can't {complain. 1 have my salary — -ii^h; I hundred. Tlicn 1 make a e.oupie ?.{' 'hundred by my literary labours : jthat makes a thousand. Then I run jin debt a couple of hundred: that jmakes twelve hundred. A single i man that couldn't subsist on th;. ionght to ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

WEDDING BELLS. In the Church of England, Lismore, on Wednesday morning, 22nd inst., a very pretty double wedding took place, the con tracting parties being the Misses Stella and Fannie Heuson, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Heuson ' Karensra.' to Messrs L. and H. Jeanerett, of Lismore. The Church -was very artistically decorated with white roses and green and tall palms, a floral bell hung over their heads, and the initials of the Bride's and Bride groom's were also quite a work of art. Tne Unoir sang tne Wedding Hymn, and the Wedding March was played by Miss Waldron, for sometime previous to the ceremony as the Church was crowded with friends and well-wishers. Both the Bride's were magnificentry attired in white duchess satin with court trains, also a coronet of orange blossoms and vails of Brussels net with silver spangles and ciccordian pleated chiffon frills. (The costumes were made by a leading Sydney firm, and reflected the greatest credit). The Bride's carried shower bouquet...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Useful Hints. HOW TO MAKE POTPOURRI. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

Qseful {tints* HOW TO MAKE POTPOURRI. While the roses are in their most luxuriant bloom, it is the time of all times for making this most de lightful source of fragrance, than which nothing is more alluring as a tilling for wardrobe sachets. To make it, gather the roses when dry — preferably m tlie early evening, before the dew begins to fall — pick them apart, and spread the petals on a tray, exposing them to the sun day by day until they are dry enough to be crumpled up in the hands. Add, as the fancy prompts, other fragrant leaves, such as the lemon, verbena, scented geranium, etc., letting all become equally dry, then crumple all in the hands, almost to dust. Add, now such odorous things as gum benzoin, powerful orris root, cassia buds, sandalwood, and vanilla, together with a little of the essen tial oil, or attar of roses. Put into bags of thin silk or, if preferred, in small rose jars. Many persons make a practice of putting all their rose leaves directly into a jar, adding t...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BANGALOW SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

BANGALOW SCHOOL CONCERT. A School Concert took place at Bangalow on the 17th inst. It was a most satisfactory success in every respect. A large audience applaud ing every item on the programme. Mr. Clark is to be congratulated on the proficiency of the children. me nrst portion or the entertain ment was composed of duets, songs, and dumb-bell exercises, very pretty and clever. The second portion was a children's opperetta entitled 'Daisy Bell'' in which all thel characters were cleverly represented. Miss Kathleen Locke as the Queen, Master Shattery the King, Miss T. Robinson ' Mother Grumpy ' and Master J. Garvey whs ' Tippetwid get.' After the entertainment* a few hours dancing, concluded a most enjoyable evening. We would draw the attention of our readers to the Dental Notice of Mr. Engleden who, we may also add, has just expended over £17;') in new up-to-date fittings, included in which is a chair, a marvellous piece of mechanism. It is known as an oil-hydraulic chair, a patient ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 October 1902

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / ,/ SUBSCHIPTIOHs jlOS PEE ANNUM IN ADVANCE, 3S PER QUARTER, Wk ' ~~~ ^* ? , && ?#??&. . [ ?&#. -p-fi. 1 ^A O-A i- m A ^ A ^ ?: .- A'^ ? *-A :? y,^ :o;-o^ ' ^k- \T ,--a : ! ^.^ ?'* J -o-^ : ; I BYRON BAY, 1 \ '&&, *A i : ^'' - T(j UK HKLI) OX THE ?*.:0;- i '' *&& . . &$l I - :^_£ - _._ *«n~ c=. ^ , i jvlnnnav in iMov » ' &A ' ' *--°-v i ? -O^ ? O-Or \ ; ^i^. t»H-J JT miMMCI II !? ?! BIH^ — BMP I IMIIUMMI 3— BJ— EH— —I -,.--. . I Kirk's Sheffield Handicap, £l& I j -o-'-o- ^.M I -^^ II ill | .„, I.,,, | ? 4 A; -** Vt 1 AND NUMEROUS OTT I EE EVENTS. TO | 1 BE COMPETED FOR. | -??-' -?*;. JJ Nominations for Kirk's Slu'llieM Handica]), Nominations Is. Acci'piaiiCL'S Is. lid. ?-=- .^- Nominations to close MONDAY, onl XOVEM1-EK, J'.)02. L;Lst t-hrci' pcrforinanecs to accompany t* i ^.^ Nominations. ^.^ ?o--' All nominations to l-f addressed to the Secretary...

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Poetry and Fiction. Pot-Pourri. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

1 ^/fje/U/ ana -^ffictwn. \ _ VI pot-pourri. A rift in the cold gray twilight that let the orange through Ot: the waning sunset fires, a glimmer of stormy blue — Pale ghosts of the gold and azure of .Sum mers loti'j since dead, When the West was a sea of glory, and cloudless the skies o'erhead. Clirlish fingers that ?wander over the ivory keys, Softly suiting niy fancy with old fashioned melodies: ; No sound beside in the stillness, save of the distant sea. And all the antique chamber i'r.igrant with pot-pourri. lt'.-ses white, scarlet, golden, or softly tinged like the snow Of Alpine heights at sunset. !n tin Summers of long ago Thousands and thousands they hlo-so:iu!'' queens of the garden bowers. Blooming in dewy splendo ir. falling in rainbow showers. Past are tlie bloom and the spleu lo::r. past the delicious breath Of the sun-kisssd pet. ds' perf.nne: anj odour of time and death | Clings to these dull brown fragments thai roses no longer be. Hut ashes of perished beauty nothin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEPHONIC SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

TELEPHONIC SYSTEM. The Secretary of the local Pro gress Association informs us that he has received a letter from Mr. T. T. Ewing M.H.R. in connection with the Telephone and that everything is being done to expedite the Tele phonic' System in the Richmond, Byron Bay, and Tweed District. The following letter is a copy of one sent to the Deputy Postmaster Gen eral by Mr. T. T'. Ewing. Royal Exchange, Sydney, To the Sept. 30th VM-. Deputy Postmarter General, Sydney. Silt.— I have the honor to bring under your notice the question of Telephones, removed from the suburban areas, and not in touch with any main commercial centre. jiTirt vvnnlrl lilrp. vnnr consideration of till! same. Persons connected by the telephone to such centres as Sydney and Melbourne are, for a certain charge, brought in touch with a population of 300,000 or -iOO.0011 people. Your suburban area extends as far as sixteen (lf-) miles into the adjoin ing vicinities, without paying any trunk line fee. In various parts o...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tragedy at Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

Tragedy at RI si ok ay. The news reached Mackay (Q) last Sunday, that the body of a .young girl, Alice Gunning, had been found near the road in the vicinity of Habana. The police proceeded to the spot, returning to town late that evening. The girl attended mass during the forenoon, and rode away homewards. The horse reaching home riderless caused an immediate search to be instituted, and her body was found about, thirty yards off the road, with the skull terribly battered. The girl was quite dead. There were no signs of an outrage having been perpetrated. A stone weighing about 101b. was placed on the top of the skull. No clue has yet been made public. Some of the police remained on the spot, and the Sub inspector again proceeded there early Monday morning. The girl was living with her step-father and his family. The step-father is named Allison, The murdered girl was the daughter of Mr. Gunning, formerly in charge of the agriculture and sugar-making department at St. He lena. rni r...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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