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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

VENI ! VIDI ! VICI ! Bus. Harrison, i The Up-to-date Hairdresser, Tobacconist, .lleicier, is still to 3»e found in liis premises next The -»i'cHt \orlheiu Hotel. I^ATKONS will find one of the best assorted Stocks (in tin* above lines, of Goods) to be found in the district. i Local Agents for the undermentioned Newspapers : — j I Sunday Times, Referee, Truth. ! Bulletin, R.R. Times. Byron Bay Record. ] i i I Izznlili'f mid Contractor. TS prepared lo advis1 as to the urns; suitable Materials and Timber to u*c Piaus prepared for all kinds of Buildings, having had a large experience. r Repairs to Buildings. Furniture, Joinery, ? ? j. Pulling down Buildings and Re-erecting, Attended to Promptly. WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS I YOUNG, ♦jJreciisfi'oeci1, Fi-uifeavr. Confectioner. :sml I'rodciee UeiehaiM. BtYI£O\ ItW. |/V\N*('\ gouds nf every description. ( Japanese goods a specialitv) Jea ! yea ! Best Brands in the Market. Sample them. Call and Inspect befor...

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 — 1 November 1902

O qA ©rand (Jonceri. o IX AID OF THE VICARAGE FUND, \ XT' ILL In- held in the School oi' VV Arts on TlirRSDAV. -?-( H li NOVEMBER, at S p.m. Lisniorc, Murwillumlmh and Local talent. TICKETS ... 2s. and Is. ?1. MoKAULAXK. ; Hon. St-e.

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 — 1 November 1902

BRIEF MENTION. The no-rent campaign on the estate of Lord De Frayne, in Roscommon, where the agitation first commenced, and settle ments in accordance with the ultimatum of Judge Morris have been arranged. Out of thirty tenants who were evicted, twenty who have now paid their rents have been reinstated as tenants in charge. News hasjbeen received that Mr. Cooper, an English missionary, was assassinated at Fez, in Morocco. The murderer, it is stated, took refuge in a mosque, but by the order of the Sultan of Morocco he was taken outside and shot. The new police magistrate Mr. W. S. Arnott, took his seat for the first time on the bench last week, at Mur willumbah, and was congratulated by the magistrates, legal profession, and police. Hunguses (native banditti) are alarmingly active in Manchuria. Russia is not attempting to suppress the bandits, though threatening re occupation if the railway is injured. China has petitioned the Russian le gation for permission to send 1000 troops. Th...

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 — 1 November 1902

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MAEKETS. Butter, lid per lb. Bacon, Is per lb. BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, Is per lb Bacon, Is per lb. weaker. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Butter, lid. to 1 - per lb. Bacon ll^d. to 1 - per 11).

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 — 1 November 1902

; ' lift llpmt Kp. «*flwC* * CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. r$P //? / / , C/? , , / // ? ?''?.. 108, PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE, 3S PER QUARTER.! . __ . ...-. ''' .i-^'' ''''' ; ¥# ' '&?&'? ? #3C ? W ' Wt. ** ?(????.*« ? ^ i ( ? ? »^- ? ^ i f . - ? ? ' , . #& ? ? ^-* : p.- '. -g f^ j . f /^ i ?S I y i '. , n . ? . a . ,M ? : .^~^^ a II i I!-- ??? '? ^ ? ? - *4 ?*?!. v,;^: . . ,-o--o- f!: ' ? 2S . ? ? ? . 4r,, ^ift 1- . ; ??.??? '25 . A l ^ I '?![ ££ ? . M I ? i ?' ' ' -' ^- ' -;§ I &;:??'..'$:?. .-. ? ' BY R O N B A Y, | | ?'.'? :: s . - ? . ? |1 j .????? ;?**£ ???-.. TO HE HELD ON THE §S ? h p^ ? ? - ' m 'i? ^ ' ????? ??- 11 Aft SI'S.' ! I JVCondaY,10, Kov. § i- ? a$ . ? - ? ?** ? |^ - ,?,?»??» TTEraJiMi ? «i r— ^,.~~ '' ' £.i j ? - -?*, ? *A ; ? . -o;* '^sj I Kirk's Sheffield Handicap, £10. 1 ;. ? .g __^ ^^ ? ^^ ? „.___.. ? ? p i IS ' '~' ' Sa I; I AND NUMEROUS OTHER EVENTS, TO 1 i 1 BE COMPETED FOR. | !?? ^« ^'^ i' t-t' Noininatidns for Kir...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Details of the Somali Engagement. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

Details of the Somali Engage nicnt. Further details have now been re ceived of the engagement between the British expedition in Somaliland under Colonel Swayne and the Mul lah's forces. It appears that the British expedition was caught in an ambush, and the Mullah's force charged up to the right flank of the British force, which was in a dense jungle. The Central African Rifles, however, opened a severe fire, which compelled the enemy to swing to wards the centre and left, where the transport overlapped. The British line was then broken, and a Maxium gun and a large number of transport animals- were captured by the enemy. Colonel Phillips, who was in com mand of a reconnoitring party, was shot while rallying his men. The disorder then spread to the centre of the British force, and the gun teams were driven back, Captain Angus be ing killed while serving one of the guns. A charge was then ordered by Colonel Swayne, and this checked the enemy. The Central African Rifles then recapture...

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 — 1 November 1902

[?] A man in Leeds, who was a very busy man, and whose opportunity of ascaping for a day's fishing were very few, arrived at the Midland Railway Station, Leeds, and spoke to hh« ffnard of the Carlisle train. ' Now, look here, guard. I am completely tired out after a heavy day's work, and I know I shall fall asleep in -the train. I must get out at Appleby, and sometimes, when suddenly awr kened I cut up a bit rough : ^but never mind — pull me out,' The guard touched his cap, pocketed his tip, and the train started. When the man awoke the train was slowing down into Carlisle ntation, 18 miles beyond his destination, and then the vials of his wrath were let loose, and he swore at the guard for five min utes without repeating himself. And then that guard smiled upon him ? Well, air, I must say you can swear bettor than nine men out of ton that I have ever heard : but bless you, sir, you ain't a pat?h on thy gentle man that I pulled out at Appleby, and left swearing on the platform !' An...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Tick Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

The Tick QBicstion. A reply has been received at Graf ton, from the Department of Agricul ture with reference to the resolutions passed by the tick conference, delegates from the North Coast, stating that the border from Stan thorpe to the coast is strictly sup ervised by ,H- inspectors and assist ants, and no live stock is admitted along that portion of the border. Regarding the closing of the border west to Goondiwindi, this matter has been several times considered, but as stock crossing that portion are from clean areas of Queensland, lie sides being subject to careful crush inspection and dipping, the closing of that portion was not deemed nec essary. With respect to enclosing the Tweed Heads within the buffer area, the Department decided not to deal further with the suggestion, owing to the restriction it would' necessarily impose on residents.; Beacon. '. i

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

NEWS AND NOTES. Rev. J. Bacon, the ballooning enthus iast, accompanied by his daughter, as cended in a war balloon from Fulham, pretending to escape from a besieged city with despatches. By arrangement a large number of cyclists gave chase. The bal loon alighted in a harvest field at Leather head, and the pace having been very slow, some of the cyclists were able to readily come up with Mr. Bacon, who, yielding to superior force, gave up the ' despatches.' As some of the cyclists were toying with the balloon it shot up, and a labourer hang ing on to a rope was carried up to a height of fifty feet, and then falling to the ground was killed on the spot. He left a widow and five children. The escaped balloon reached an altitude of 2000 ft. and the three amateurs in the cage had a narrow escape. Information is to hand that Colonel Swayn's Somali exeditionary force has arrived at Bohotaleh without being further attacked by the Mad Mullah. Brigadier General Mannitm, the principal officer ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Viscount Kitchener "had" [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

Viscount Kitchener '' had '. It is amusing to learn that Vis count Kitchener, the resourceful, the wideawake, the man of caution and experience, who was held in respect by even the slimmest of the Boers, has been ' had ' in a very simple way, under the eyes of the metrop olitan police. It appears that the Duke of Portland, as Master of the Horse, put a very valuable charger at the disposal of Lord Kitchener, with t view to the Coronation procession. One day the previous week he rode this horse to the house of one of the members of what Disraeli used to call the ' high nobility,' in Gros venor Place, where lie was staying. He handed his steed to a groom in livery, who was standing by the kerb, and who came forward and saluted. Later in the day a messenger from the King's stables called to know when he should take Lord Kitchener's mount back to the Royal mews, and was in formed that it had already been taken charge of by another groom. The ' other groom' has never been seen again, and...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish Of Byron Bay. Sunday, November, 2nd, 11)02. Mullumbimby 11 a.m. Myocum 2.80 p.m. Byron Bay 7.80 p.m. Edwin J. Dodd. Bgrfltt Bay Bemtr, MAINTAIN, UNAWED 3V INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN ; HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, | SATURDAY. NOVEMBER I. 1!H)2.

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 — 1 November 1902

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Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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THE NEW DAIRY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

THE NEW DAIRY BILE. The various clauses of the new Dairy Bill are causing warm dis - ussions, both here and on the South (.'oast. Should it pas.-; without alter ation or amendments it will subjectj the dairymen to much inconvenient .! In fact, it is the opinion of prominent! dairymen :1m! a new Act is not | o.'anf'd, that the Dairies Supervision | Ac: i! ilh'lled all lequir 'ineiits, aiil: should not Ik- repealed, a - tin.1 dairy-j man had some trouble in getting' accustomed to that, and now they; have learnt the rules and rcgula-; lions contained therein, the (Jovern-; nienr are desirous of imposing; more.! Verily, the lot of the man on the; land is not an easv «-»??*. ; Is there- to lie absolutely no liberty, of the subject i- Should the Bi!lj pass, Government Inspectors wiil bej lhe real masters of ibc dairies; throughout the S:a'e, a:rl i:i plain! terms, the dairymen will be at their, mercy. And, also, she new Biil will! yive the Agricultural Department ; power to appoint fresh ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DAIRY. HOW TO MAKE GOOD BUTTER. (Prize Essay by Mr. J. W. Newman at a Conference of the Dairyman's Association of the Province of Toronto.) [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

THE IPyKIRV. HOW TO MAKE GOOD BUTTER. (Prize Essay by Mr. J. W. Newman at a Conference of the Dairyman's Association of the Province of Toronto.) The two most important points to be observed in butter-making are cleanliness and proper temperature. To ensure high quality the first re quisite is the very best of raw mate rial. That means milk from good healthy cows, which have been fed wholesome, well flavoured food, and which have had only good pure water to drink. Even yet this milk may deteriorate in quality by filth falling into it, by absorption, or by bacterial development which may produce injurious flavours. Hence we see the necessity of cleanliness in milk production. Brush the side and udder of the cow in order to prevent filth fr.mi falling into the milk pail, milk with clean dry hands, and remove as soon as possible to a place where the atmosphere is pure, and have it inmecliately strained, Milk fresh and warm as it is comes from the cow is in the best condi tion for separ...

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 — 1 November 1902

COMMENTARIES. So.MK plain talk from Dr. Ross, in the Legislative Assembly. After: trying in vain to secure; PLAIN* some 40!) acres oj' land' TALK for two poor settlers.! he expresses himself thusly: — ??lam debarred from get-: ting a couple of hundred acres added! to these small holdings. Such is the state of things in New South Wales.! I have seen more villainy and rasca-; lity in this country than I ever saw; in the dens of London. If we were; a proper Christian people, we ought j to stand w,f in defence of the rights! of the weak against the strong : butj this is not done in New South Wales The weak must go to the wall, and die strong can do as they like in defiance of the law. The Minister wants to know why the electors of Molo:ig have such an afVeerion for D . Ross. The reason is that I have an unbroken record of twenty-two wars, I always faithfully s -rved my coiisri 'Ut'Uts. 1 have never betrayed the!: welfare. I have done my best in the int'M-t'Sts --f /''//.( iulc s'-'ttlem...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AFRICAN PERMITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

SOUTH AFRICAN PKWMJTS. Messrs. Dalgety and Co.. Limited advise that the regulation regarding South African permits who now wish to book for South African ports are not required to be furnished with these documents, but will be booked in the ordinary course. ?? Brisbane Courier.''

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL Mrs. W. Brandon and her two lit-, t le daughters, accompanied by Mrs.: W. II. Clifford and her little son,, left per Cavanha last Saturday on a! visit to Sydney. We draw the attention of those in-' terested. to advertisement on page! 1 I, and they will note that uomiua-j lions for Kirk's Shellicid Han di cap! close on Monday, November ';\vi\ inst. Mr. Percy Locke, son of Mr. and Mrs. -J. 0. Locke is paying a short visit to his parents. Me has been suli'.-ring from an acute attack of irheumatic fever, and is only now convalescent. We trust his holiday in the Bay will quickly restore him to his former good health. A Directory of the Richmond and Tweed Rivers is in course of pre paration by Mr. .J. 1J. F. Walker, of Lisnioi-'. The Directory will fill ai Lmg felt want as it promises to be a; complete handbook and guide m' their district, and will contain much '?Sl'-|. ful information, not only for resid-j e.uts throughout the districts, but'' will also be a boon to the...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Legal use of cattle dogs [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

l.c^al use of cattle do^s At the District Court sittings at Graf ton Judge Docker gave a rather important decision affecting the liability of persons driving trespass ing stock. In this case two cattle dogs had been set on to a trespassing mare, and she galloped over a barbed wire tence, sustaining injuries which eventually caused her death. The owner sued for the value of the animal. The judge decided to non suit, on the ground that the setting on of cattle dogs was a proper means of clearing trespassing stock, and that the owner of the dogs could not be mane name ror any damage resulting from his lawful act. If mastiffs had been used in place of cattle dogs, and they had worried the mare, he would have been liable.

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

I'ROdRKSS. Tuk Coastal Farmkus' Co-op. Socikty Ltd. \-:-u\. mon. Q5Q Shareholders all farmers. Total Shares 5,942. Turnover for six months ending September. :'.Uih 100:2. £'J40 300 Dkntal Xot:ch. — II. M. Englc ileii. tb-- po]nilar painless dentist and optician will visit Bangalow Mon da.y, November .'{rd. Byron Bay. Tuesday, November -Ith, Mulluni liimby, Wednesday 'itb. Thursday and Friday litb and 7th, Murwilluni bab. Don't fail to consult the only genuine painless dentist and save time, money, and pain. A large |iroponion of the cases of' painful eyesight are due to the use of un suitable and improperly fitted glasses. In consulting our optician you incur no .expense and run no risk.'*

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

Uses of Hot Water. Hot water has far more medicinal virtues than many believe or even know The uses of hot water are many. For example, ithereis nothing that so simply cuts short congestion of the lungs, sore throat, or irheuniatism, as hot water when applied 'promptly and thoroughlv. Headache almost always yields to the simulianeons application of hot water to the feet and .back of the neck. A towel folded several ; times and dipped in hot. water and wrung jout and then applied around the neck of !a child that has the croup, will sometimes bring relief in ten minutes. Hot water taken freely half-an hour before bedtime is helpful in the case of constipation, jwhileit. has a most soothing effect upon ;the stomack and bowels. A glass of hot ! water taken after rising, before breakfast. :has cured thousand of indigestion, and no single remedy is more widely recom mended by physicians for dyspeptics. Very hot water will stop dangerous bleed ing. A hot water bag that, can be purchased ch...

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