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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL. We have had the pleasure of looking over Mr. W. Morrow's new resi dence, in Kingsley Street. It is now finished with the exception of the painting, which is to be done im mediately by Mr, Holt. The resi dence is situated on the highest and most pleasant side of the street, and from a spacious verandah one ob tains a fine view of the town and Lighthouse, with a pleasing glimpse of the blue waters of the Bay. Open ing on to the verandah is a handsome hall door, and two glass doors, the rooms on either side of the hall are large and bright, while the dining room is, as it should be, the largest room in the house, well ventilated for the hot summer months, and a cosy fire-place for the winter, fitted with a grate, and handsome marble overmantle. From this room one walks on to a long cool back ver andah, with kitchen, servants and store-room attached. Altogether it is a most desirable residence. The contractor was Mr. J. Wilson, and his foreman, Mr. Campbell. Mr. Morro...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MACKEY (Q) TRAGEDY [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

THE 1WACKAY (-l) TRACED!'. A kanaka has confessed that he is the mtu'derer of the girl named Alice Gunning, who was found brutally murdered, # last Sunday week, at Mackflv: The police were searching] for some' clue from the Sunday ofj the tragedy until the following TIiuks-' day, when they discovered that aj kanaka was missing from Habana plantation and had reason to believe tliiif lie washiding in a lantana scrub. They concealed themselves in the* vicinity of some kanaka huts andi saw the suspected man emerge from the scrub, and go to the huts. He was at once seized. His clothes' were bloodstained. At first he said; that the blood on his clothes was| that of an opossum which he had! killed. Afterwards he admitted the; murder, saying he made improper; proposals to the girl, who called him! a dirty blackfellow. He then threw; a stone weighing about -lib., striking her on the back of the head, causing blood to splash on her hat. He then led her horse a short dis tance, dragged the gir...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work ol all kinds, Rubber Stamps. 1 GIVE US A TRIAL.

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

Cards, Programmes, Circulars, Letter Headings, Mote Ileadiugs, BILLHEADS.

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

! ? I i ? ! j-irk's pier J^otel. BYRON BAY. i I ! Excellent Arconiuiodali-m. Best Al--s, M'iiios, and Spirits. B«'st of TsilMcs. Ev-«ry Attoutiou, I Su-isplc and Billiaid Koonis. Kx|»-iii-'ii--Ml and -;»!?-? fill -;i'ooiu. II-»tol Wa^^Miette iik'cIh all Arrivals by *»-a and Train, j ? | ! ' j VS this Hotel 'is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms j i I AS A SUMMER RESORT. j ! A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOR. i J | i i I j I ^. G[. Isoeke & Coy., ^e) Importers and General Storekeepers, HT^s xH stock Grocery, Ironmongery, Drapery, Boots & Shoes CALL AND INSPECT. i i I I

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

I ! ! Wm. Collin & Sons, UNITED. ? IJXK OF BRISBANE STEAMERS. ? S.S. LADY MUSGBAVE. Fi--'i^ht :sl Lowest Kates. Passage* 20s. single ; 3os I'eturu ti'oin Balliua. l-:issaii-vfi 25s. sin^i-' ; l-»s return from Lismore. WM. COLLIN k SONS, LTD., .). RAMSJ50THAM, Mana-ci-. Ottice --Mii^ellaii-sti'cct, Lismore. Byron Bay Record. Up«TOaD^TE. '^'r- i ? : ? ; ? I '

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Settlement in the New Hebrides. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

Settlement in the New Hebrides. Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co.'s steam ship Titus, which arrived from the Solomon Islands, via New Hebrides, on Wednesday last brings some interesting news as to progress of the new settlement at Annandale on the Island of Santo, New Hebrides. There are about 20 settlers now established. Three of them have been joined by their wives and families, and the the Wives and families of three others are proceeding by the Titus, leaving on November 1. The pioneers are now well into the work of clearing theirground. Although dnly three months established, they have each from 20 to 40 acres of land cleared and ready for planting. In some instances the crops are already in the ground, They have found local labour plentiful and willing, but intermittent, and are of opinion that it would not be wise to rely too' much upon local labour once the novelty of the new situation has worn off. One settler write :--' We are perfectly satisfied with onr lot, and our outlook ...

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

VENI ! VIDI ! VICI ! Gus. Harrison, The Up-to-date Hairdresser, Tobacconist, Merrier, is still to he 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 aud 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 1 lOUifi, -»reeiiyr-K'-'r, Fruiterer, Confectioner, and Produce .Vtcrcliaiit. BVBOX BAY. T/V-VNCV goods of every description. (.Japanese goods n speciality) yea ! Jca ! Best Brands in the Market. Sample them. Call and .Inspect before sending money out of the t...

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AN ELECTRIC POSTAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

AX KLEOTtflO POSTAL SERVICE. The London correspondent of the ' Manchester Guard. an ' has fu;1 nished that journal wit ii soni-' inform ation respecting a new system for the conveyance of letters from which much is hoped. The new system is the invention of Signor Taeggi, and already such facilities have been given by the Italian Government that (according to the writer quoted) a, line will soon lie experimentally' working between Rome and Naples.! Meanwhile an English firm has n ii- ? dertaken the duty of introducing! the system to the Post Oilice author-, iiies of Great .Britain. It is stated! that the system will not only con vey letters in aluminium boxes at ai rate that may reach 2 HO miles an. hour, but will even do its own col lecting from street boxes and convey ance to sorting boxes.

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

MARKET REPORTS. LATKST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MAHKI-yi'S. Butter. 10!-,d per lb. ! Bacon. Is per lb. ! BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, Is per II) Bacon. Is lo ] 1 per 11). MKIiUOUHNK MARKtiT^. j Butter. 1 Id. to 1 - per lb. : Bacon 1 - per Hi. i

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

Mc Lead's .. h^tci byrom (JJfRE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most csil conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention Vy has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort, t ? The general arrangements. of the hotel are charming. ? The rooms are tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony which is a veritable ' look out' commanding the most magnificent, views of the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high, altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to come down to the level of every day things. Without doubt -the Great Northern Hotel takes a high place amongst the hosteleries of the State, and the proprietor Mr. M. McLean, and his energetic partner in life are to be complimented upon having such a tastefully ilasign?;l and exc-riently equipped house under their control. gCM@ilIi -©F ' AWLT&* bba? N SATUR DAY, NOVEMBER 1 5™ Great Musical attracti...

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THE PACIFIC CABLE. GIRDLE ROUND THE GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

THE PACIFIC CABLE.- i CIHDI.K HOUND THKdl/lHK. Sir Sandford Fleming despatched two cable messages of congratulation! on the completion of the Pacific cable to the Earl of Minto, the Gov ernor-General of Canada;. The mes sages wvre sent round th-) world in opposite directions, and that going easterly occupied 10 hours '-') niin. in reaching it's destination, while the other by the western route occupied l;-}.\ hours. Mr ll-)!)urt ll'.iddo^k, on.uinour on the (ioverment l-o it Clyde, died suddenly at Nowra on last Sunday night while seated in a chair talking to his wife. Mrs. Kirk desires to express her gratitude for sympathy expressed, and her deep appreciation for kind, and valuable services, rendered especially by Mr. J. McDonough, Mr. Keeves, and the members of the Sports Com mittee. Residents of Byron Bay and dis trict, should avail themselves of the opportunity of hearing Australia's leading contralto singer' Miss Eva Mylott,' on next Saturday night, the loth inst. Associated wi...

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

l'ROGRKSS. The Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society Ltd. Estd. lHOi). QgQ Shareholders all farmers. Total Shares 5,942. Turnover for .six months ending s.-po-mbcr, :«ni. iuo2, £140,300.

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

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — — ~- General Blacksmith, ? [Established 1891.] ? o ? T7'EHICLE8 made to Order with Prompt, and Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting arid Trimming done on the Premises. Ssalkics aBs«l Spring Carts liniit cqaiaS 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. BRflNER, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie -£ Son's. Horse Medicines. ISafter (^onfecHGner, and (§pnei'c\l Storekeeper, — BYROX HAY. — A tisoiw anidl i^--i«~3);aif- JSSork always on view. Q DRAPE RY, f&Z GROCERY, JFAt-_ BOOTS & SHOES, JPW CLOTHING, ml ^ HOSIERY, 1 IRONMONGERY, .IBsiiBsDiM'f.v S5S5-J a-d'«vv.s-.i::-iSiiMi!: D«*-si«' :&1 slacr^^t iB«Ji«'-*. Broad delivered all over the District at 3ld. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... E5yr«n HJay. ... Kxecufe.-i all orders i:i th' above Trades with B-a...

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BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. i I The monthly meeting of the Pro Igress Association, was held in the j, local School of Arts, on the 6th inst. -. The following members were present f — Messrs J. G. Glasgow (President), I F. V. Wareham (Treasurer), Jai-man, r Brown, G, McLean, W. Morrow, and ; J. Jackson. The minutes were read j:; by Mr. Wareham, and were con l firmed, on the motion of A. E. s Brown, seconded by J. B. Jackson. I CORRESPONDENCE. i: Outwards — To the Engineer in L Chai'ge, Harbours and Rivers De I partment, Ballina, requesting the fei extension of the Byron Bay Jetty, by I, 'way of piles, to provide additional | length for fastening steamers' head |, lines. ? To R. D. Meagher Esq. I M.P. re the Gantry. | Inwards — From T. T. Ewing Esq. | M.H.R. Stating that he has com | municated with the Deputy Post f master General re the Telephonic ii system, but up-to-date has received I no reply. ? From Public Works i Department, acknowledging receipt ', of letter re the erectio...

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

^FUN.i^L A regiment in Scotland had among them an expert gymnast, who taught his brothei1 subalterns how to walk across the barrack-room on their hands. While thus engaged the other evening the door opened, and the coJortal, a strict disciplinarian, entered, gazed attentively at the in vevt.ml r.nmiinnv. shook his head gravely, and departed without utter ing a word. Ex'. ra parade duty was the least punishment expected for this breach of discipline. Some days passed, however, and no notice be ing taken, it was thought that an apology and explanation should be offered by the prime instigator of these unsoldier-like movements. A reference being made to the memor able night, the colonel amazed the intending apologist by explaining : -' Hush, my dear fellow, I would nor have anybody know it for the world. The. fact is, I had been dining our with an old brother officer who hart served with me in India, and 'pon my life I had no idea that the wine could have had such an effect upon me : b...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

BRIEF MENTION. A physician asserts that the increased height and weight of iBritons and Ameri cans in the last half-century are I chiefly due to the increased consumption of sugar. A serious outbreak of cholera has oc curred: at Gaza, Lydda, and Jaffa, in Pales tine. Medical help is scarce, and the sup plies of food are deficient, and consequent ly there is great distress among the people. The foreclosure of estates of Russian nobles is taking place at an increasing rate. The foreclosures are made for the recovery of Government loans issued in the the first place for the improvement of the estates. The buyers largely consist of members of the rising middle class. The latest sales of estates represent £400 square miles. At a sale of 'W. Emery's dairy herd at Bowral, cattle sold up to £18. The following regulation under the Public Service Act appears in the ' Gov ernment Gazette' : — ' No increments or increases of salary shall be granted to any officer unless and until the board are ...

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MELBOURNE CUP. SYDNEY, Tuesday 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

MELBOURNE OOP. ' Svi.nkv. Tuesday. I . The .Melitoiirne Cup resulted ;\- ' follows : : VK'TOUV ? 1 VANITY FAIR ? :l ^ AHTNDANCK ? :\ ir The Wfiitlit']1 is finu at '^k-llnnirini and * iliurc \v:is;i lar_ru attcinhtiicL- at FIt.niinu |; ton. A sjili;iii|iil start was L'li't'cti'd. Aiiuu ?;? daiico, Yi-tnrv. anil T!u; I'ersian l.H.'iiiLr ! 1 tin,- lirst t-- siinw o'it. ?.[rrio!i Sicl-1 iVH \ at thf ?listaiii'L-. I * r.i k i -:i 1 1 led to t lie stand. ',. tli(.:ii Pairoii'is ifl. At tin: -!:s!iuifu tin - si-coml time !M:!:i'| Victory dasliud J throiiuli. Y.mity !-'air I'uP.owimI. and at'tri j. a slashiiiif i-a.-,.: the i'wnncr won Uy a nei-k. p. Tiiii'..- ?:J»!iiiii. 'J'.isoc. \ Other races resulted : ???'Hurdle race - :' .Ar.lier. 1 Xansen '1, Turk '.'-. Kaiiwav ! ;.' Handicap -Mavis !. ^Jairy 1. Carlew V.vlle : - ?'-: Nurst'i'v Hanilic.'ip Swei-t Nell l,(!aine j '?'? ( 'h;-:k 'J. ( Ilivcive '?'-. Steeplechase J^iuina j I 1. Soaiiicni Cross l'. K'ioia .'!. Van Yean - Stakes Still Wate...

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

1 ? j CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. | i .._ ? ? — ? i ! SUBSCRIPTION s 10S PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE, 8s PER QUARTER j i ^h- j '6 - : 13 Y 11 0 N '13 AY, 1 TO |',K HHLI) ON TliK ;o--- i °~ I .--. -c- ? f '-..uimiu .-i : Messrs Morrow, Clifford. McDoiiuii.yl). V. Flick. C. Park. .!. - !. Hal/.er. If. Flick. K. *?_ Shrnbb, (irav. ]\'i'viis. -?- Judges : O. I!. YYarehani Ks.|. W. II. (MiU'ord Ks-|. *' Starter : H. Flick Kso,. ? Handicapper : (mis. Harrison Ks-[. NOMINATIONS FOB ^ : Scratch : .). (lalli^lwr, T. Horsey. Dark Horse. Spike. !?]. k'irvci'S. K. Coslelln. .1. (Jray. .1. Doodly. i'.ryaiit *. 11. Stout', !!. McDonald. J. Morrison. Tablo IS. Baker. .1. M. Dettigan. £ W. K'.'ardoii r, yds. {;. Andrews, 11. Croimdin. J. K. Conners 7 yds. J. Hicks s yds. 11. Morgan. ,- P. Devcrcnx. 'J\ CoopiT '.' yds. t- NV. . I. Millar. V\'. Toi-riMis. H. Millar. h\ W'-lls, A. C'olciiian. 15. Marshall. .1. 1 )cvi-renx. 0. Mackiu-y. --? Id yds. .*? A. Bsii-ton. W. .Dargv, (..'. Dodd. (i. ...

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

: Facts are stubborn things ! So i - are Lance's Suits! which staml the | ; test of time, and maintain their ex- ; ? cellence through all the wear and : ? tear of daily use.* \ Ladies, call at .). (i. Locke & Coy. j and yiew the new summer goods1 I ]\lercH'rised satins, muslins, zephyrs' i ' with ribbons, chifl'ons. and laces to ! , match.* I : --! oA ©rand Concert. -- j ' IN ATI) OF ! : THE VICARAGE FUND, | I \\r ILL be held in the School of ; \ \V Arts on THURSDAY. 2(-th : *' N0YEMBKR, at 8 p.m. -? \ LisniOLV, ?Marwilliiinba.b and Local i - talent. ' \ TICKETS ... 2s. and Is. I % .1. McFAHLANE, ? % Hon. Sec. | I * Vri'nlcd and Published by At/red C. Liur^css, I'ropi icloi , al Ins Machine Printing Ojjicc. Jiyron JJuy, in llic SUdc~-l X tic South Wales.

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