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Poetry and Fiction. The Star of Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

\ tJoeU// ana -{fiction. \ fpl^G §-hr of tao\te. The sunset ? fa-'cs across the moor.-;. The evening air is calm an I still. Day passes tl 'r.igh her twilight floors, And Venus rises o,or the hill. The blue sky fioipons overbuild, THm dim do uts fa 'e info the nine. I he fragrant mossy yr. ssl tread Glitters with fairy points of dew. Hiylier and higher up I press To where the dark moors touch the sky: Behind, the sunset fire* m'ow less. The .sha lows, following, draw n!«_rh. Ol'Mun lir;'ht*jr. hri^ht-jr yet. sweet slar. An el of eve line's k'n.rdom ialj ! (lui e me across t lie moorl.iu ' fa/. Where nested in that ferny vale. Scan Is t lie de.ir cottage that ! love. Its dee])' Ciivij; ifarlaiided wit i r-»-e And jasmine, ?viiere the fain; win !s move Only to whisper o,' repo-e. The wicket is wi !?_? oj»en st.-f. . i'he ca -em-outs to the air stand wide. The in-eiHe-^reath of inL'ninit'U': O erflnws the clnin':ier- like a tide. A lirile l-uiild:n-,r nioiiiitain stream M ike elfin nns...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Accident To The Lady Musgrave. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

Accident To Th-- I.ady ItlllSgTSBVe, A collision took place in Moreton Bay. Brisbane, on Tuesday 11th inst. between the 1-hina Navigation Co s steamer Chingtu, bound for Hong kong, and Mr. Collin's steamer Lalv Musgrave. bound for the Richmond River. The impact caused no dam age, and both vessels proceeded on their voyage. A 'thunderstorm can:e up, however, and obscured the cons lights, and Captain Jonhson, of t h«- Lady Musgrave, therefo -e, anchored off the pilot station. At 7 p.m. a large steamer, which proved to be China Navigation Coy's Taiyuan. loomed up in the darkness, bearing straight on for the L-.uly Musgrave. Those on board the latter 'vessel made every effort to attract the attention of those on the Taiyuan, but without avail, and the Taiyuan icrashed into the Lady Musgrave on the port side, cutting her from the ;upper deck to within a foot of the jwater, and smashing m her por. |boat. The passengers of the Lady ! Musgrave immediately p;ir on life 'belts, but the captai...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

I i I i t ; ? /A Tfi M W/f/HV^ tf 'CTIl Wi TO (fflkW ffi tp% //\ ^J « ^ii « #^ '» CTI ? i ; j iwn1-' -m -iiiaaiiiMi ? v.'i, r xanaunanaa ? _,.,._.,.». j i ...uujii.niiim ? n ? ? iiuhm. , Kipks rier Hotel B Y R 0 N BAY .; E:\-r!!iiU \----HUj:-?-i;iJiou. Il«'st A?--s, Wiii-v-:. :iib«I Ss»5iiJ-. 15--l of Tul-!--.. S:vri} Al !-nli^-n. ' -»a ::\tlv au-( !iiI!.:;n-E B«a«T.'M. E^ss.-i'irBM'tuI ;3ii-l -';s2-«riil iintntti. lEofrl Wn^^oiK'tt^ ntrvts all \rrtval.s l-,v #«'a au-l Train. 4 S this Hotel is situated lu.'uivr to the l'm-ilic Occiin than any other in Australia, it. is needless, to describe its Charms i AS A SUMMER RESORT. j A. T. KIRK, P:U)PHIET()K. ! 1. 6. Xsockc &- Cov., i ^(e) importers and General Storekeepers, BYBOT BAT, HT^s xN stock Grocery, Ironmongery, Drapery, Boots & Shoes I i CALL, AND IXSPKCT.

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Tragic End of a dancer. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

Traffic End of a dancer. Grim indeed, has been the end of Mar guerite Duclerc, the favourite singer and dancer of six years ago (says a Parisian correspondent of a London journal). At that time she wore diamonds as brilliant as Otero's and amazing dresses, and was famous for her extravagance and follies. Parisians idolised her ; it was the thing to go to the Aoibassa'leurs to see Duclero perform one of her wild Spanish dances. In a vivid scarlet costume, with countless ribbons, she, with her pale face, dark eyes, and black curly hair, and with her bold gestures, was a striking figure. But her face was too pale; she was ?consump- tive. And now she has passed away : like other tamous dancers, in a hovel alone, without an asset. She had no happy youth — for it is said, when an infant, she was found in a lane by a band of gipsies, who taught her to perform in fairs as soon as possible. She danced and shy sang, and eventually she ran away and obtained an engagement in Paris. There she tr...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / ft. %. Warrant, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. rAND and General Commission Agent -J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). 'xt0rth coast co-operative JlN 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. Mur*.villumbah— Every Saturday. No non-shareholders' pies taken. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. M M\$b 3a\kv, |*DRESSI?IAKER, liVKOA BAIT. ^SATISFACTION -^«^ 3KW '*-?'+- GUARANTEED P. SMITH, Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesman, ITIURWILLUJflBAH, T\vkki- River. LAND For Sale and Auction Sales held in all parts of the District. Agents :— Waugh & Josephson's, The De^ Laval Separators. s.s. ' Augusta.' D. Townley's Farm Implements. Pumpkins Bought in Lar^f Quantities. R. C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

PROGRESS. The Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society Ltd. Estd. r.iou. ggQ Shareholders all farmers. Total Shares 5,942. Turnover for six months ending September. Mill 1005. £14Q 3QQ» M. Leband\, in an air-ship, made several trips from the bank of the Seine and returned against the wind to the starting point. The speed at tained reached a rate of 25 miles anj hour. j There are li* incurable leprosy' patients in St. Louis Hospital, Paris. The public are alarmed. I

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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THE DAIRY. THE EFFECT OF OVERSTOCKING OUR DAIRY LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

t*He id$bu.kV. THE EFFECT OF OVERSTOCK ING OUR DAIRY LANDS. M. A. O'Callaghan. In a country like this, where there is no rotation of crops carried on by dairy farmers, the effect of over stocking, and thus preventing the best grasses from ever going to seed, cannot but have an injurious result. The most nutritious grasses are those that are first eaten up by the stock, and hence these get the least opportunity of reproducing them selves by means of seed. In time these best grasses become eaten out, and inferior kinds, which were re jected by the cattle and allowed to seed, will have taken their place. This means a constant deterioration of pasture. If pastures were not so heavily stocked, and if paddocks were spelled occasionally for three or four weeks, these best grasses would have an opportunity of reviv ing, stooling out and seeding, and thus preserving their continuity in the pasture. In countries where a considerable amount of meadow hay is cut, there is a distinct advantage i...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish Of Byrox Bay. Sunday, November, .28 nl, 1!-(I2. Chines 11 -t.m. Kiv/eka 2.HJ. p.m. Federal (Protestant Hall) 7.30 p.m. Bgrnn Bay Berarb. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED 3Y INFLUF.NCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN ; HEn£ PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, SATURDAY. NO YEMB1R tl. l'.H -l.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

VENI ! VIDI ! VTCT ! The Bp-KMlut, Bfa^-lroMHor, Tobacconist, M.vvioy, i» still f« *«? round i» i,iN ,»«..niM,.s 3ICX1 Tho Gn.af Xoi.fjMr81 H:-|-1|- OATKOXS will find -.;,e «,f the best sissorted Stocks fin ??],,. -,l v r I «)ff4oodsjtobefo,mdinth-Mlisrrict. lhtutk'(in 'I'''1''^' !nu, Local Agents for the undermentioned Newspapers :— Sunday Times, Keferec. Triuh. Bulletin, i-- i? t;,,,,,, ,, i, , - -v. it. nme.-,, l.yron I'.ay 1-,'ecord. [?] iStl';;1'l!'l'1I,.l?I :hlv:W l'lf!l'rl»1 ?»'* ??''?''I'l- Ma-e:-iais and Timbe, ^geexir'rie,'':::1'11''1'1'1''''1''51'1 kinils -ir l:iiiltlii1-- ^»* i.''i ' rHepairfs to Euildings. Furniture. Joinery, Pulling down Buildings and Re ereeting, Attended to Promptly. KL'/^£AS£N^^ ™KET_FENCE^ANY_ DESIGNS iit'vt'WM'vt; Vtiiiwiiv. ronr-.-.tii-..4..-. :,...f 3» ? ,, . .-...„. ., SJ.u,a a i-lMM94'4' 714'ITiB;i III ? ^ _l{yKov k.w. J^ANCY ,.,i Is of ,very descriprhT^r^r, ? I, , speciality, Jea ! Jea ! !';'S' n!'aMl|s iH lllt- M;!!'k'!- ^''Ph'them. C.-.ll :...

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COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

COMMENTARIES. The p'-isouer .lames H. Cani])l»ell. who almost rr.ide ;i suct-'esx (if his pretence of heing THE CA.MPI'ELL ])aralysed. aiul who FRAUD. has put the Gov ernment t-- some ; expense for electrical appliances, for testing purposes, has now thrown up f he sponge r.nd given in. He admits his fi and after emluri'ig tests tha were little short of torture on a small scale, and it is a pity r-uch strength ;-f purpose and will-power were not used in a better cause. Among other tests he bore that of a needle being , run down the quick - f his great t »e. A clever ;vm\ long-sulVering scamp, who has now to undergo seven years imprisonment for his perjury. The following letter was read in the Legislative Assembly, Brisbane, by the Attorney-General : — ' Sheriff's ' Office. Supreme Court, Brisbane. 14th Nov. Sir,— In reply to you: telephone message in refe*rence to prisoner .1. R. Campbell. 1 have the honour to inform you that I was ? told by the chief warder this moni ling that he w...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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The Elingamite Wreck. FURTHER DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

fpfye Glin|amite (fir&ti. FURTHER DETAILS. When H.M.S. Penguin steamed into Waiteamota, boats and launches put off in shoals, and the wharves were lined with thousands of people, among them being many who had friends and relatives reported as missing. Only those who were privileged to get on hoard couiu witness the pathetic sight of men who had suffered agony and priva tions for nearly five, days on a partly submerged raft, without water or food, and who had seen more than half their company die before their eyes, and who had given up. hope themselves. CONDITION OF SURVIVORS. Only one of the survivors, Mr. Neale, was visible on deck, and he was reclining in the shelter of the bridge — a strong man, done almost to death by hunger, thirst, and ex posure. Mr. Neale had seen his wife and child safely into a boat, and then reached the raft, which, with sixteen people on board, drifted our under that fatal mist. Fifteen men and one woman (Mrs. M 'Quirk, the stewardess) were adrift...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

iiA\j-ajir-i.s. Envelopes, i { i'orttinvvciul Work - ! :tEI kiairis ! JSsiltlK'i1 Stasnps. 1 Or\'K VS A T.HIAL. I ? ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

Caret*5, 'Programmes, .?..'? .;' ' ? : ? Circulars, L.citer XEcsidHflig;!?, Note . [ : IleS&dKHgS B1LLISEADN.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

Gfreat JVoFtheru J^CotcI, ? ? ? - - . . ? y n ? ? ? ... I r Sea Side Resort. ? I ? % .' ? I ? . ' i ' . I ' ' ' \ ? ' . . ? . ? . ? ? ? ? ? it 1 1 Mc Lead's ^Hatpi byrom i 1 [ I *Vl M ^^HE GR15AT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most ^ ^ (^T\ :' f; ^ — '-w/ ^ li / conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention ^ vS^~^^ ) - cr^^y/ ^ ^-/ niis been given to good architecture, -ventilation, light and comfort. *0£ v^^ — *s \ SHI ^ The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are ^ UV^s ?! f ' (j '^ tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony ^ \\\ ! ! ? v/w which is a veritable ' look out ' commanding the most magnificent views of ^ ] y n^ ,; ^ the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high ^ J ; ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to &£ ?? fcome down to the level of every day things. Without doubt the Great ^ : Northern Hotel takes a high place amongst ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

, . ';- *' :S-^^;ij;\ . ' !'.. ^^T£^s'ife?^_Jv -^- Jg^^^^^^^^^^^ 1 W.M.COLUX «v sons. LTD.. .''?'%' y$0zm$!4i£ W '? ??.'.. _ ? __ ? ? , ?

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A Contractor's Luck. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

A Ct-iiij*i»--.toa*'-s I-nok, ? In making excavations for thej foundations of a new bridge over the! Yarrowee Creek, in Grant-street, j Ballarat East (Vic), the contractors; have met with a number of nice! slugs of alluvial gold, which had es-; caped the early diggers, or had been; washed by the current from some of I the old diggings along the course of! the creek. On Friday week gold val-j ueil at .£30 was obtained, and sub-1 sequent ly other finds were each val-, ueil at £.10. The contractors, Messrs! Sinythe and Ruthertord, of Mel-j boune, are now 'treating ' the whole' of the earth take.n out of the excava-j tions, and' the operations remind pioneers of the ' good old days'; when Thousands of diggers assembled; daily along the course of the stream. | i i A sensation was caused at the re-j trial of Roland B. Molineux, in Newj York, on the charge of murder inj connection with the sensational casej of poisoning by post. A policeman's! mother deposed that she saw Mr.j Harry Cornish...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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The Recent Eruption. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

The Recent Eruption. Herr Carl Seegner, German Con' sul at Auckland, has received an official report of the volcanic erup tion from Mr. Richard Williams, German Magistrate at Savaii, in which he says : — ' On Wednesday, October 21), sev eral earthquake shocks were reported in Safune and the north coast of Savaii, On Thursday, October 30, steam was seen rising from the mountain chain 15 miles south-west of Safune. On the night of October 30 evidently an eruption took place, fire, smoke, and steam being seen rising from Madgaafi, an. old crater which was believed to be extinct, there being, in fact, no record of it ever having been active. On Octo ber 31 several earth tremors took place, and a strong column of steam was rising all day, which at night turned to fire. About 7 o'clock in the evening a new crater seemed to have opened about four or five, miles west of the former crater, and both continued uninterruptedly to emit flames anil steam, which the magis trate estimates to be abo...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOOD TEMPLARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

GOOD TEMPLARY. | The usual meeting of the Star of | the East Lodge, (rood Templers, was | held in the School of Arts on I 'Wednesday night last. The Lodge I was called to order 8.10 by Bro. ||| Klvery, C.T. when there was a fair pi attendance of members. The minutes III of the previous meeting were read ill and adopted. A communication, IH from the District Lodge requesting jpi representatives to be sent to the |1 Quarterly Session, was read, re H 'ceived, and dealt with. Bro. Atkins Mr, also announced that on the next H meeting night, Wednesday Decem |p her 3rd, the Lodge would be visited ||j by Bros. Smith and Jack and pro H? hably some other members of the p? District Lodge, and resolutions were IB passed preparing- suitable meaus PJ of reception for the visitors. It was $*!] finally decided to hold an invitation i|] tea, followed by ;i social evening. iM when songs, recitations, addresses pi etc., will be rendered. After a few |N other business matters had been ar i| ranged, thv...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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MISS EVA MYLOTT'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

1 MISS EVA MYLOTTS 1 CONCERT. K On last Saturday evening a good louse greeted Miss Eva Mylott and |3r company of talented artists. ? he entertainment was opened by a Itanoforte solo from ' Ernani,'' by ^^?Liss Hilda Aiken (sole piamste ot ^^?)e company) and which she played ^Hith superb brillancy. Miss Nora ^^JiOng'B light soprano voice was heard ^Hf- advantage in ' Hush Little One,' ^^?er pianissimo lines being partic ^Hularly soft and sweet. 'Little ^Hljrnie ' was the next to face the au ^^?ience and a genuine little wonder H^e proved himself to be, as he fairlv ^^H brought down the house ' with his ^^?omic rendering of comic songs, BHvhich his fresh boyish voice made HH rresistably funny. Miss Eva Mylott HHhtroduced herself in Sainton Dolby's ^H^eautiful song ' Out on the Kocks.' ^H^iss Mylott's voice and personality H;i'e alike charming — Hi daughter of the God|s : divinely tall, ?Hi find most divinely fair. BKI rler deep organ-like tones, low yet ?KJ onorous, and full of surpri...

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NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. CREAM : — The supply for the last five weeks has held well, a slight decrease was noticeable in the. latter part, but the showers since fallen will make a marked increase, over even the quantity fallen off. The cream ar rived in fair condition, even some of the best possessed a strong cowy flavour, cooling or any system of aerating will do much towards get ting rid of this complaint. Should the showers continue over the dairy ii-«-r districts of this state, export mayj be looked for, but the present prices leaves a very narrow margin. Now we have a man on each end of the line, we hope suppliers will avail themselves of every oppor tunity of sending daily, their as sistance, or any one who they have! been paying to assist, is not required now, so far we must express our-j selves as well pleased with the re-j suits. Inquiries at times are made for assistance and information to work ' Milk Testers,' we are only too willing to show any supplier how to tes...

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