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

DEATH.     KIRK. November 2, 1902, at Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown, Sydney,   Alexander Thomas Kirk, of the Pier   Hotel, Byron Bay, N.S.W., beloved   husband of Ella E. Kirk, and eldest son of Alexander and Fanny Kirk of Wool- wich, England, aged 40 years. Byron Bay Record. 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, NOVEMBER 8, 1902

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. A. T. KIRK. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 November 1902

OBITUARY. A. T. KIRK. Last Monday the sad intelligence of Mr. Kirk's death was conveyed to his many friends. Mr. Kirk came to Byron Bay eight years ago, and took over the Pier Hotel from Mr. Jarman ; and at that time he was a   complete stranger to the residents, but he soon became very popular not only here but throughout the whole district between the Tweed and Richmond, and his many sterl- ing qualities has endeared him to all. Almost every " Commercial " who visited the town, knew and spoke highly of him, they having known him for years as Proveditor on the North Coast S.N. Coys., Steam- ers, trading between Sydney and the Northern Rivers. About a year ago the late Mr. Kirk showed slight symptoms of failing health and the complaint (said to be heart disease) gradually developed, until he was compelled to go to the Prince Alfred Hospital Camperdown, for treatment, where, we deeply re- gret to say, he died on Sunday evening, last, after undergoing several opera- tions...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Girl Swimmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

ii'li'l $lVI'SlUlf'lVi. This is the season when the water appeals to one, when tlie morning dive or the evening swim isas healthy as it is pleasant, and when Venus emerging from the waves should be :he ideal of every Knglish girl. Parents ought to encourage the love ot swimming in their children. l-oys. perhaps, are taught the art at school, but tlie girl* are sadly neglected. Who of the many maidens paddling their canoe, or using the punt-pole at Henley, could swim or even save themselves if they fell overboard \ Swimming should bo made com pulsory in every curricluni of study. 'Graphic.'

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Homes for Old Maids. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

II i- Mies t'nv Old !H;ii-ls, In Sweden and Norway there are several homes for spinsters. One of these a! least is as attractive as it is unique, ft is the monument to the memory of an exceedingly wealthy old man, who dying more than two hundred years ago left the major part of his fortune to the old maids among his defendants. A superb home was built, furnished, and man aged by salaried trustees. It flour ished a:id h is continue I.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WHITE WORLD. CONTINUED. CHAPTER IV IN HAVEN [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

A WHITE V/ORIiD. c.).\'ri.\r;:i ?. CHAITKI-: IV IN I ! A V !?: X 'I'hl' Ml'TCi Iliomiilg till.' o'.ile;' ''I!1-. eass was none, but later Krlestone; siieceet led in killing swn out of ihe; ft mi i- wolves: rlit'ii two 'led howling; with rage and fear : but, -d' course, j would return presently to devour; their ib'inl brethren. '. ?? An I th. mi.' said Lance. ''? theyj are doomed, and we are five t ?? » es-j ca|ie. So. 1 will tell you my plan- I ?\u- only safe --;ie, I'm afraid, iny| idiilil ii ,V(Mi will no: mind tlie suli-; toiiuue.'. i ' Wny should I mind what you think ' bes,\ Mr. ftriostone ? Are those the passports you have got out on your knee '?'' tiow beautiful she looked ! — how pure and exquisite, with riiat Ma donna face ! But h- did not, after that glance, lock jii her again as lie said, in that- matter-of-fact manner, which | was bc'st calculate I to put her sensi-j tive womanhood at ease : j ' V-es : I am filling them up be-; for.- we set out again, fo:- tlie frnn-i ti...

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A Year Ago. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

-ik ^ar qA§o. .-. Ui.i'irjiMi:1.'! this ruse was red. '1 hat now is wiiht-red and pasi a:id ? '-; id. A year a»o. and we e.\».haui.'ed one k:ss The first, md la.-t. and it eir's in this' 1'oriMir love \' ovi-r. a.:nl i'.i 1 -id. you know. As 1 1 1 *_* rose.: oi'.JiMM- of a year ;iv--. \V.- will i:ot wvpfor thes ?'e-.-l diiys past. Nor prav to !'?-??? tlie:-. a'.Min at last. I-a'e I n:sl!t-s oi-r tears. an-i o::r |;r.r. it.. a-;- e .\nd sumnievs ii i v 'i -.will 'Ya ;tum; t;d-- ? B.it dead !i-ve lilooni- not. nu:- its amorous Nor the !?? v- o Juntr of a y -;:r ;iv;--.

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Poetry and Fiction. The band of Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

I -lJw/}vj ana - Sthfam. q% band of ^estfi'day. Far in the Wen. beyond the sotting s-;u. Beyond tho waves that clow like molten gold. Tliere lies an island : am1, when diiv is done And we gaze o'r the water--, wti behold Its culm green meadows, v.wx c:yiir wiii-llim streams And purple hills that seem to touch tin.! sky : ! But overall there hangs a mist of dreams. Scarce lifted liv the breeze that seems a! sigh. And never voice wmiis from the Silent Shore. i But whispered sounds and sonysof ilays of j yore. ' \ The isle is called the Land of Yesterday -| And there are buried human hopes am.! fears. I And joys and sorrow ay. and hearts the\ ; say. ' ; That have been broken m this world o' ; tears ! , And you and I have each oar treasures! there. ! And stretch out \ earning hands toward; the shore. ; And long to wander in the meadows fair.' And sweet loved paths we knew in days1 of yore : | B it the ehil! \\\.- ht:i.'- o'er the farther! side. i And sounds of weeping float across the; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

%w mutt mm mmnl CIRCULATING LARCELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / ft. %. UDareljam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Rja.1 Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. T AND and General Commission Ajjunt 1 J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AC. EXT For tliu United Insurance Coy. (Fire). ? 1 A TTT /ff'li CT 1ft /ft Wf — , ^ AT MU K DOCK MCLEAN'S, GRKAT NORTHERN YARDS, BYRON BAY, | Saturday 15, )4o\)emb(r. p..n.TO'I)AY,iiri)!i... ©Wen IS. O9afel7am. Has been favored with instructions! from various owners to sell by Auc-j tion at tliii above Yards the follow ing :— -S Forward Springers. 20 to ?)0 Young Steers and Poddy Heifers. Together with Sundries. NOT ft. — -The. above lots were bred by Mr. P. .J. Moore, at Mr. Murd-ck Mc Lea if a Farm u Barrickville,' and by Mr. Samuel Hamilton at his Cooper's Shoot. Farm, from picked Cows. VSl'AL TERMS AT SALE. 'XTORTH COAST CO-OPERATIVE i\ COY.. LTD. | i IM-; TKKIiS will leave the Sidings as formerly, viz. : Bexhill Every j\ I o r i - 1 a % . Lisino...

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BRANDING BUTTER BOXES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

BRAN DING BUTTER BOXES. (Jn tie subject --f i:rand:ii-.r butter I --.\u- Mr. H. ('.mieroa. the New Zealand pro duce Comnr ?'?'?!--?)??.!]? in London, says li-' has personally always been in favour tr tin-' factory brand heiny .specialised. 'If '. factory. 1 » y caryatid i-oo 1 management, turns out a hitch cl:ns article, its only riirht that the reputation of that make should !-e preserved by its own trademark or name, which would lie specially askc! for !-y thosM through who-e hands tin butter had formerly satisfactorily passed. I know frri'.ii personal «j'p'rieii':e of l!u market Ir.re that the pro bice of certain factories is specially .i-i-o 1 for by bran!, and J think it would be a irre:it tnis*:ik to sanction any pra-jtic whifh would tend to injure this individuality. Who best can suffer, lu-st can do. — Milton. Always hold fast folovi*. We win by kindness and coin|uor by for giveness : — F. W. Robertson. Opposition and da!),-,r'r are educa tions. Without war — no soldier : wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

WANTED. WANTED buyer for Mandoline (Per fectly New Instrument) with Tutor, extra strings, and two plec trnms. Price »),-. A;n-lv Rkcokii OiKee. WANTED Mon-hants to trot, their Meinor;in.i!i'm Forms and Billheads printed at the R::roi:i-' Job Printin'' Works. WANTED :il! folks to know that tin 'Byron Buy R cord.' is the best A ivertizinjf Medium in the District. ^eterr Street, SOLICITOR \-c. A N I ' Commissioner for AfQdavits for New South Wales and Queensland, MURWILLUMBAH. TlTlLiL iit'K-nd sill Courts in the Dis-j V\ trict when Re(|uircd. j II Bliss Bailey, :^.DKES»IAKFK, ISYKOX BAV. ?^SATISFACTION ^®^ ?--?# :*'* -*v»-^ GUARANTEED. -6-V '-if- ?(-' '£ ?#-?' -tf * -3- -it- -y o -f o -if- -to -t- ^ -* -o -of it -tf -Z -£ O -tf -fy «-' p ?# p- -' .5 -O -0- -A-'* O -6-tf (J--* --??£-:- o : ?£ -? ?&?--? ?^T(.)RTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LTD. KLEC'TIOX OF DIRECTORS. ; NOMINATIONS for the :i!-ovo will bvj r,.(.,.v-. ! |,v (I., undetviu'iuvl up -' JiticI i i.-'c-lu litr: livi- N^vi.-ul-'-r...

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SOUTH AFRICA. UNDER THE BRITISH FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

SOUTH AFRICA. UNDER THE BRITISH FLAG. In the House, of Commons last Wednesday, Generals Botha, de la Rev. and'SchalkBirge,r were keen listeners to the debate upon the vote of £8,01)0,001) for free grants and supplementary loans to burgheiv. and loyalists. The votes were agreed to without a division. Mr Chamberlain delivered a con ciliatory, hut strenuous, speecn, in ) the course of which he declared that -«» he had determined beforehand to : listen while in South Africa to any representative men or body. He re peiieil Uie notion niau iut '»'nulu' ed must be treated better than the victors, or put into a better position than before. The £:?} 000.000 was not, he ex plained, intended as a compensation for war losses. %k Our care must, in the first instance, be for the dest; t-ute, and then for those needing assistance to niak1.1 a living. Il more is wanted, the Governuieir. will not hesitate to ask for it, b~.it . not a penny will go to rebels.' Concluding, the S'cr.'tary of State j fo...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

CHT'RCM OF ENGLAND. P.A!?HH OF llVliON BAY. Su:i-!a\\ X.-vember. H'n!u P.Hrj. Baug.dow. 1 1 a.m. Xewrybar 2,'MK p.m. Byron Bay T.v^O |).!1). Byum Bay Bcrurii. H£BE SHAL'. THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIOHTE MAINTA'N, USAWtO BY INFVJtMCS AND UNORIBED OY CAIN i HITS p«TR OT TRJTH H(R GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PUDJEO TO nELHON, LOYALTY, AND LS'V. SATl'RDAY. NOVE.MBKR !.',. I'.i'l'J.

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A DISASTROUS HURRICANE. DAMAGE AT CANOWINDRA. MINING TOWNSHIP REPORTED TO BE DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

A DISASTROUS HURRICANE. DAMAGE AT CANOWINDHA. MINING TOWNSHIP REPORTED TO BE DESTROYED. The very warm waathe;- of the past week culminated in dust- and thunderstorms on 8th inst. A little rain fell at Mud.iree, where dust took possession of the town for several hours, and business sus-i pended. M Peak FT ill several lmild-j iriiTS were unroofed. A terrible hurricane struck Cnn-j owindra 8th inst. and caused wide-' spread destruction, its course cover-, ed a width of six miles. The hurri cane approached from the west, and; as it came nearer trees could be seen to fall in its path, tosstd about like! straws. As it reached the township everything became almost as dark as' night. Roofs were blown from; houses, and outhouses and sheds were carried in some cases half-a-1 mile. Numbers of families had their; houses entirely demolished. Thej iron from the roofs of houses in many! instances broke the telegraph wires.; cutting off communication for a time. : The damage must run into thousands...

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MADAME MELBA AND THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

MAI ) AMK M !?: L I i A A X D T H K D HOT '(JUT. Maija.mk Mglua desired to use hi.'!-' influence and voice in tin* cause of' Clisr'ity, ami strange to relate, such' u'inn! intentions have been pre:na-i ?urely nipped in flic hud. How; incomprehensible it is that our mem-; hers for the majority) (if hot hi Houses' will shut their eyes and ears.! :n the fact that the drought has! caus'-d great destitution throughout.; ui' ( omnionwealt li. I. lie steps taken! iiy Madame Melba. she states were! promp'ed Iiy the feeling that she! musi d-- something to help. ** Thej neople have written to me.' Madainej Melha continues, ** suggesting that I1 should trive a concert iu aid of the! suH'erors. out the amount I could ob lain iu that way would he compara tively small, and I cast about in my| uiiiul fop some better way. At last; [ decided to tv peal to a few of my friends in Filmland ami Americiij who happen to he blessed with'. wealth and influence, and I have t despatched cable messages to abou...

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THE DAIRY. BYRON BAY CO-OP. BUTTER FACTORY. THE LISMORE BRANCH CREAMERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

THE 1P7KIRV. BYRON BAY CO-OP. BUTTER FACTORY. THE LISMORE BRANCH CREAMERY. During the past few weeks (says the 'Northern Star ') the finishing touches have been put on the mam mouth butter factory which the North Coast Co-operative Fresh Food and Cold Storage Company have erected at South Lismore. During the week several Brisbane merchants, accompanied by a ' Star ' reporter, visited the new creamery, and were courteously shown over the works by Messrs. W. Brandon (manager of the Byron Bay lactory) and u. era ser, who has supervised the erection of the creamery building. The fac tory is midway between the railway station and the railway goods shed, just opposite the Coy's depot estab lished some years ago, and between the railway line and the river. The land is occupied under a long lease from the Railway Commissioners, and the Coy., were very fortunate in securing so suitable a position, being on the main Ballina-Tenterneld road, with the railway and a navigable river at its very d...

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KING'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

KING'S BIRTHDAY. I :;in i!iL' si;:i. : Conic uowu :i:i'l \v;isli \hu world-staiiis! (iff your hands : 1 -;eii(l the winds tluit swcutoii many lands.; Ati' i wlio.-o loves mu sliiill lie lnvul of niu.j A t'a. tho«-rli 1 lirowii linn. Witliii tnoii-j .stud si ran' !s St:(inifor tlian a woman's liair. ; i Fully twelve hundred people gath ered in Byron Bay to spend King's Birthday, and to attend Kirk's Sports, j which \ve:-e. most successful. When the first of rlie Excursion Trains ar rived — and, indeed, until lunch — the wealher was unpropitious for a holiday, and niaterfaiuilias looked anything but happy. However, 'all's well, that ends well,' and the after noon made up for the discomfort of the morning by being glorious. How a holiday by the sea is enjoyed by young and old. A number of little, ones paddled and bathed in the surf. Some older maidens could not resist me seas temptation anu, doffed shoes and stockings, to wade, in the foam, somebody — no need toj say she was elderly — ...

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Conclusion of Trial of the Kenniffs. A VERDICT OF GUILTY. PRISONERS SENTENCED TO DEATH. THEY ASSERT THEIR INNOCENCE. Brisbane, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

Conclusion of Trial of the KcnniHs. A VERDICT OF GUILTY. PRISONERS SENTENCED TO DE.lTH. THEY ASSERT THEIR INNOCENCE. Brisbane, Monday. At the trial of Patrick and James Ivenniff; yesterday on a charge of murder, the Court, which had been filled by an audience at high sensa tional tension, gradually0 became more crowded for the summing up, ?which was awaited with the keen-! ?est interest. During the deliverance by the; Chief Justice of the words that wevej to guide the jury and Premier, the! Minister for Railways, ami leading! members of the Bui' seated themsel-i ves where they could h\id room I about the barristers' table. Every; syllable uttered was heard i:i abso-j lute silence. His Honour spoke in I clear tones of measured directness. He started to sum up at 12. HO. Hej said that, as the jury were aware. I the prisoners were charged with the! wilful murder of Constable Georg.-j Doyle, at Letlibridge's Pocket, on! March 80. The questions of law in' the case were extremely simple.1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

Cards, Programmes, Circulars, Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS. HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work ol all kinds, Rubber Stamps. L GIVE US A TRIAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

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