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

[?] I I i Win. Collin & Sons, f!-l,'73Irl'KI-o I ? LINK OF H HIS BANK STKAMKRS. ? 8.8. 1AJry_MrSG-KAVE. , . Freight at I^»\v«»st Kates. Passage- *2Os. siit^Se ; 'I -Is i-etnrti Ironi Kallina. Passages 25s. ^sn^te : -15s g-etni'ii (r«Mi LSsinorc. 1 W.M. COLLIN * SONS, .LTD., .1. RAMSBOTHAM, ^fanager. ! Oilicp — Mii^clliui -stiver. Lisniore. | Byron Bay Record. ? SPEEDY,

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

Cards,. Programme's, Circulars, Letter IFeadings, Note ; flcadieips. BILLHEADS. HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work of all kinds, ? Rubber Stamps. 1 GIVE US A TRIAL.

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

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / t-. B, IDareljam, BYEON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. LAND and General ?Commission A-,rent Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). Monday and fpuesday, 3rd & 4th NOVEMBER, 1902, Commencing at 12 o'clock each day. — THE— GREAT SALE OF DfllRY CflTTIiE AT BANGALOW On account of the Estate late J. P. GAR VAN, Esq. HIND MARSH & DUNN have . been instructed by the Tru stees of the late J. P. Garvan, Esq., to sell by Public Auction on MON DAY and TUESDAY 3rd and 4th NOVEMBER, 1902, at 12 o'clock each day, at Granimile the first day, and Bloom field the second day, tlie whole of the Dairy Stock on Bloom field, Possum Shoot, and Granuaile, consisting of : — 180 High-class Dairy Cows, milking (59 High-class dairy cows, springing 8 Dairy Bulls 94 Daily Heifers, from 1 to 2^ years .100 Poddy Heifers 2 Pairs of Plough Horses 4 Spring Cart Horses 4 Saddl...

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

I 1 1\ U ^ .o A i_. ' ft. S ilris i. !'-.U'l i.- silHiiii'! in-iir;-!* lo ihv l'cu-iiic Occnn than unv niln.-r in Australia. \\ is dia'-i1i.iss i»- -ii. scr: !-.? n ~ v hanns I A. ' ' i AS A SUMMER RESORT. .ft/* ^Q ' I * 9 : u^2&^;s!«:e^3%£?5r*?sg&&-2-'..'V'-MU~iU&? 'rrrir ? ??'i''TTT:iTniaTr'*'vgj''l''''l'-'«°'^-'«»rmTntmiii« mniai iihiiiiiiimhi »»i mini CAf,L AND IXSPl^XT,

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Useful Hints. FANCY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

Useful .joints. FA NCY WORK. To make a lovely bedspread, cut white satin in L8in., squares, work each square in a differant conven tional design, in shades of yellow and golden-brown filoselle, and then join with bauds of yellow ribbon, covered over with insertions of guipure lace. Then the whole must be edged by a frill of satin or lace. To follow out the same idea in a less expensive and more serviceable man ner one could use white linen, em broidered with fern leaves. Or green linen, worked with pink poppies, joined with ribbons to correspond, ?and lace insertion. Or join with lace insertion and line with green or pink. To make the linen bedspreads (or to embroider on any linen ar ticle) with lasting satisfaction to the worker, I should advise the use of the Corticelli silks and linens. Toilet covers should match the bedspread, in my estimation, and be worked either on linen, satinsheet ing, off soft silk, also nightdress sac hets should correspond. To make an extremely pretty ha...

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

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS ! — AND — ? General Blacksmith, ? [Established! 891.] l ? o ? ~\7EHICLES made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting ami Trimming done on the Premises. Sulkies and Sprang Carts Imilf cqsisai t© Sy«Swej'. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call or send for Prices before sending out of the District. HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Pri ces and Full Parti culars. J. W. BflflNEK, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie & Son's. Horse Medicines. I I i Bafter Confectioner, and @eneml Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY. — A Choice* ami 5?i»»i;5-?-:B?o SitM'k i^iv;!^ ota view. fDEAPEBY, i GROCERY, | BOOTS & SHOES, ! CLOTHING, i HOSIERY, IRONMONGERY, : Bread delivered all over the District at 3^d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AMD GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... I5yB'jj-Js *Rny. ... Executes all orders in the above Trades with i-esi Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. j rpanRs_of_ all Descriptions.

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

We advertise the truth and the jtruth advertises us. Eagle House.*

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A WHITE WORLD. CONTINUED. CHAPTER II. IN A WHITE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 November 1902

fl WHITE WORM). (?o;-:'n.\ri-:i). CHAPTER II. IN A WHITIS WOULD. : On all sides, as far ;is tin.1 eye; could reach, the whole S'jene spread; out was on i' vas: dreary desert oi'i dazzling snow, frozen hard-— si white! world indeed, .save where In.Tf and; there bare, black-stemmed, white-: topped lir woods, chequered the ex-' pause with dark spots. j Keeping his horses tit a steady pace; that whilst making good way, held! their strength and staying-powersj well in reserve against need, Erle-i stone silently set himself to thinkj out the best arrangement of derails.! which mus! he settled before Schoen-i enberg was reached : the passports must be filled up, he and his charge stated to be so-and-so, and if danger ous questions and suspicions were to be avoided,, they must pass as in some way connected or belonging to each other. When the General had first spoken fco him, the idea had flashed across Lance's mind to pass the Polish girl as his sister, who had been travelling with him in ...

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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

Useful faints* FASHIONS. Sashes are again to the fore, and play quite an important part. It is a pretty fashion for young folk, and looks well in conjunction with floral and plain muslin frocks. Some of the newest waistbands are fashioned high at the back and deep in front. By deep, I mean that they are pulled down very low-in order to givealong waistecl appearance now so much in vogue. A band of gold or silver tis sue is a smart finish to a lightcol oured gown, and is very handy to have when a decided colour is not re quired. It seems to strike the happy medium. The newest millinery is guiltless of flowers beneath the brims of the floral hats. These are, as it were, raised from the head and yet fall over the face, as well as resting' on the hair at the back. This is man aged by placing a bandeau of black velvet the whole way round the mo del, this bandeau raising the hat well off the head. You may add a bow of black velvet ribbon if you prefer. There is nothing very new in trimming...

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Atlantic Waves. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

Atlantic Waves. 'You don't know what the ' Tbree Old Men of the Atlantic ' are ?' a veteran sea captain asked the writer lately. ' Well, ask any old sailor, and lie ought to be able to tell you from his own experience. I've met them many times in crossing the Atlantic : and once they gave me such a reception that it seemed very likely that neither 1 nor those who were with me would live to tell anvbo-.lv anvthing about it. You only meet the old gentlemen in gales, and they take the shape of three huge waves which invariably follow in regular succession. We were coming from New York to England, and a gale .sprung up which forced us to heave to. Those or us who were on deck were secured to the standing rigging by ropes, to prevent us from being washed overboard. Suddenly I saw the ' Three Old Men of the Atlantic' coining, and I roared out to everybody to prepare. The first appalling wave rushed down on us and buried the ship so com pletely that I. thought she would never rise again. B...

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Character at a Glance. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

Character at a -*lan-;c. An insignificant nose means an insignificant man. An open mouth is a sign of an empry head (keep yours closed). A projecting upper-lip shows maliginity and avarice. Large eyes in a small face betoken malic iousness. A retreating chin is alwavs bad, it shows lack of resolu tion. A projecting under-lip indi cates ostentation, self-conceit, and folly. Fine hair generally betokens native good taste ami intelligence. A dimple in the chin is pretty, but indicates weak mental organisation. High cheek-bonus always indicates great force of character in some direc tion. Fulness of the temples is sup posed to show powers of mathema tical calculation. A small mouth, with nose and nostril also small, shows indecision and coAvardice. Half-shut eyes show natural shrewd ness, together with lack of sincerity. Slow moving eyes are always found in the heads of persons of prudence and ability.

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A WHITE WORLD. CONTINUED. CHAPTER II. IN A WHITE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

R WHITE WORLD. CO.VTIXi'HI). I'HAI'TKR II. IN A WINTK \V- -UbD. On — on — still ! The master's voice encourages, soothes, cheers the faith fill dumb friends, who are as . alive to it as any human being. ' On — on — yet a little while !'' L:im-e cries, s : : i i : il i ! i lt in his place to: beticr command his icitn. 'I .;'e.; fa.1 ahead, the woo 1 close hv the goal we want. So, chat's brave, Alexis — : on still. Prince Paul !' ; Now the wolves. howling and tear-: ing. are disii-.c'l: in view away' behind, gaining every miiuite : it is ? too plainly a race of minutes against | minutes now ; there is the wolf re-: fugi' looming ahead, every moment bringing the hunted fugitives near-; er : then behind is the foe, nearer: each moment too. : On, brave steeds, they quivering in every limb ; the wood is skirted, the but is close, the wolves following on behind, with red tongues out ami fierce e3res of fury, as if they knew what it meant. In a minute more, Lance pulls up the horses, leaps ...

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Poetry and Fiction. On the Shore. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

tybetfrM ana -sfietivn. / ©n % §h?ore. On the shore Avaiting, anil turning away From the promise of: years to be, Loo'dngout, with a heart too faint too pray. To the home beyond the sea Beyond where the breakers dance and shine, Beyond the mist of the dim sea-line, B^voikI the ro :ksnn'l the foaming spray, To the land of rest that is far awav ! Sad are our hearts as we wander alone On the bleak an 1 des -late shore: Vainly we sigh for the years th it are flown, And the ships that have jourceved o'er We feel so tired of the toil and fiet, And empty dreams we can ne'er forget; And the waves are bearing ev ry day Some treasured hope from our I.vjs away ('.) that 1 11 y soul had the. win^s of a dove To boar her afar from this Ian 1 'Wherein she hath fo Mid so few to love | And fewe/ to mi ? ersiaii-'. --? i Where only a gleam of. light is thrown j To show us the road so long and lone ] 'Where our bright hopes fail and our best! intent j Falls very far short of th Jgoo I we meant. ' 0 th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. US) !?/»▼ 1&. 3. IDardjam, BYRON BAY. Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act, LICENSED ATJCTIONEEB. T AND and General Commission Agent J_J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). -\TORTH COAST CO-OPERATIVE IN COY., LTD. PIG TRUCKS will leave the Sidings as formerly, viz. : Bexhill— Every Monday. Lismore — Every Tuesday. Eltham— Every Tuesday. Nashua — Every Monday. Bangalow — Every Saturday. Murwillumbah — Every Saturday. No non-shareholders' piars taken. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. SOLICITOR, &c, AM) Commissioner for Affidavits for New South. 'Wales and Queensland , MURWILLUMBAH. WILL attend all Courts in the Dis trict when Required. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, ill U K W I 1, L U M BAH. Sworn Valuator under Real Property A-:t. Agent fur New Zealand Insurance Co., P. SMITH, Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesman, IttURWILLUItlBA II, Twk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish Of Byron Bay. Sunday, November, (.»th, 1'.H).2. Bangiiiow, (Confirmation) 11 a.m. Chines, (Confirmation) H p.m. Eureka, (Preacher, the Lord Bishop) 7.30. p.m. Monday 10th. Federal. (Preacher, the Lord Bishop) 2.30 p.m. Tuesday Iklr Byron Bay, (Confirmation) 11 a.m. Mulhiinbiinby. (Confirmation) 7. HO p.m. Wri(ln»s,ltty 12:h. Brooklet, 7. HO p.m. Thursday Kkh. Spring Vale. 7.1V) p.m. Friday 14: h. Ro.^elr.mk. 7.HU p.m. Kdwin .1. Dodo.

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CREAM RIPENING CONTROLLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

CREAM RIPENING CON TROLLER. Professor G. L. McKay, Ames Agri cultural College, in ' Iowa Agri culturist.' The term 'starter' is not just right for winter months, we would rather say ' controller.' When preparing a new starter from pure culture, first sterilize a pint jar, then select the required amount to fill it from your best milk and pas teurise by heating to 185 degrees and hold at this temperature for fifteen minutes, then cool to 75 deg., add the culture and fill the pint jar, cover it closely and keep it at a tem perature of 70 deg. Some parchment paper that has been disinfected by boiling m' steaming makes a good cover to tie over the jar. As soon as milk in the jar begins to coagulate it is in the best condition to use. After taking the cream from some of your best milk, pasteurize the re quired amount of skim milk as you did for the starter. After it has cooled to the desired temperature propagate it by adding 4 c. c. per pound or one pound of starter to ten pounds of mil...

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THE DAIRY. HOW TO MAKE GOOD BUTTER. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

THE IDffUI^V. HOW TO MAKE GOOD BUTTER. Continued. (Prize Essajr by Mr. J. W. Newman at a Conference of the Dairymen's Association of the Province of To ronto.) It should always be arranged to have some cows fresh in milk at every season. Slow churning is caused by : (1) Too thin cream — make richer cream. (2) Churn too full ; one-third full is sufficient. (3) Temperature too low. (4) Cream not sufficiently ripened. (5) Churn running too fast or too slow. (6) Putting in too much cold water too soon after the butter begins to break. Churning should be done in 30 to 40 minutes. Run churn at from HO to GO revolutions per minute ac cording to diameter. The granules should be a size larger than plump; wheat grains, and if the first butter milk drawn shows little particles of butter, continue churning a few more rounds, After the butter milk has tho roughly drained off, wash the butter in a liberal amount (nearly equal to the volume of cream) of water at a temperature just a shade be'ow ch...

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COMMENTARIES. THE CASE OF MRS. SANGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

COMMENTARIES. THE CASE OF MRS. SAN GAL. O, WOMAN ! IneonsiKriu'v's tliv name ! You are the equals oi! men — you say — when you want the Fran chise, you are as brave, as strong, and as clever. \\\\i how the tune changes, when you have to suffer for evil deeds, or are in need of protection. To take tin case oi! Selina Sangal. a woman who has assisted and been the insti'iro.- of a moat cold-blooded murder. Be cause she is a woman Miss Rose Scott considers she must not die for her crime. Yet Miss Rose Scott has been teaching women, that, both men and women should be equal under the law. Where is the justice then, if a woman is not punished for the com mittal of a crime, while a man is ? And to quote a recent writer '' wo man is losing much of the advan tage which she formerly enjoyed as a woman. The sexes will be — as Miss Scott has claimed they should be — equal before the law, and in other respects also, where in the past women has held the superior posi tion, which she can claim no l...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

NEWS AND NOTES. The discovery of coal at Narran, on the Cobbora-road from Wellington, shows very encouraging signs of developing into a prosperous industry. A sample bag of the coal was brought into Wellington and experimented with at the local flour mills, and proved to be good beyond anticipa tions. A second seam has been struck 24ft below that experimented with, and is infinitely superior in quality, It is stated that every foot j in depth proves the imquality. I The Constantinople correspondent of the' Giornale d'ltalia' states that the Porte has determined to put down with a severe hand a new sect which has recently made many con verts at Damascus. The new relig ion is a medley of Christianity and Mohammedanism. The members believe that Christ and Mohammed were two great philosophers incap able of doing any wrong and given special powers to perform miracles. They were not divine, but simply human beings endowed with miracu lous power. As members of the faith of Islam, the membe...

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