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

CRICKET. A match was played on Eltham wicket on Saturday last, between Bangalow and Eltham Club's and resulted in an easy win for the for mer, by 179 runs, decided in one innings. The following are the respective scores : Ban galow, Eltham, G.T.Clark, 147 L. MsDarmntt. 31 A. Harrigan, 5 (-. Davis, 81 S.Hawkins, 4!l F. Waldron, 25 A. E. Brown, f-() Gullv, 0 Geo. Reading, 12 T. McDermott, () Robinson, 3 Bowker -- J. Hawkins, !l W. Perkins, 7 P. Garvev, 8 H, Walmstey 0 S. Hawk'ns Sun. 4 W. GiMwell.' 0 Lawes, 0 Sundries, 11 Sundries, 14 Total, 2i)8 Total 114.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

CHURCH OF ENGLAND CONCERT. On Thursday evening last, the Church of England Concert took place in the School of Arts. Unfor tunately at about 7 o'clock the even ing turned very dark, a thunder-storm arose, and the lightening Avas very vivid for some time, so that many who had purchased tickets, and many who intended being at the en tertainment stayed away. It is much to be regretted as the Concert was one of the best yet held in the Bay. The programme was lengthy and varied, and if it had been* possible it would, perhaps, have been wiser to have postponed it to a more favour able evening. However, those that did attend, had a musical treat. Miss King, of Myocum, opened the entertainment with a brilliant and sparkling Overture. This young lady has a firm, smooth touch, and her performance was much appreci-i ated. ; Mr Banner then favoured the au-j dience with that old favourite song! I' Sweethearts and Wives.'' Mr. Ban-! ner was not quite in his usual goodj form, having been far from ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL. On Thursday evening, 27th inst., a Social takes plac? in the School of Arts, in aid of the R. C. Church Building Fund. Everybody likes a social, therefore we have not the slightest doubt, this will be a success ful and enjoyable function. If it were not for such entertainments, when would friends find an oppor tunity of meeting in this busy world ? Beans and tomatoes are showing very fine, in small garden plots just now, we have been shown some sam ples of b:-th tlia above named vege-1 tables, by Mr. H. Horsey : and Mr. Davis has an especially Hue kind of tomato growing, quite as large as a small plate. Mr. W. Flick, entertained a num ber of his uv.-mhIs at a social evening last night., to show his appreciation of their energetic efforts in saving his cane fields from the late fires. Mr. G. Cannon was married to Miss Hare on Thursdav last at Tya garah by the Hevd. Mains. About twenty relatives and friends were present. The presents were nuiner and '--ostly. We wis...

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

^jFUN.A Musical Enthusiasm. — ' Ah, you don't know what muthical enthuthi thm ith ! ' said a music-mad girl to Tom Hood. Jaixcuse me, u.uu j. uu, r^jnieu me wit ; ' musical enthusiasm is like turtle-soup : for every quart of real there ninety-nine gallons of mock, and calves1 head in proportion.' Louis XIV. of France, when pass ing through Kheims, received an ad dress from the mayor who, present ing him with some bottles of wine and some pears, said, ' Sire, we bring your majesty our wine, our pears, and our hearts.' 'Ah !' replied the king, laying his hand on the shoulder of the mayor. ' that's what I call a model address.' His fortune was made. — The In ventor : ' Ah, ah ! My fortune is made ! Hurrah ! His Wife : ' How ? ' The Inventor : ' I've just per fected a duplex reversible tie vie ? for automatically indicating to a woman whether her hat is on straight.' X;it He but She — A former vita ? of a country parish not far from Shellield was a gentleman distin guished for his learn...

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

BRIEF MENTION. The Dukhobors have appealed to the Sultan of Turkey to allot them ii tiny corner where they will not be compelled to obey the laws of men or become the subjects of any mon arch except the Lord. A selector named Young was stung on the arm by a black spider with a red streak at Tarago. His body and head swelled terribly, and he died in great agony next day. A Begaite, who recently returned from the Northern Rivers, likens the country around Byron Bay to the Tilba district. The Marquis and Marchioness of Linlithgow (Lord and Lady Hope toun) have taken Killiehumly House, near Km^ussie, for a short time. A story reaches us) Mackay Chronicle) regarding a lucky win in Due of Adams' sweeps, which almost sounds l-'ct; a romance. But it is a romance in real life. The cook on one of our coasting boats sent for a ;'-s ticket in ''TattersallV Sweep nn the Caulh'eld Cup. To the stewardess he said ' I'll give you half of whatever I win.' Oa the arrival of the vessel at Townsville th...

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

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? General Blacksmith, ? [Established 1891.] ? o ? T7EHICLES made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming done on the Premises. Sulkies mid Spring Carts built equal ta Sydney. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call or send for Prices before sending out of the District. HABNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Price^and Full Particulars. J. W. BflfWER, Proprietor. Agent f_oi- Pot tie & Son's. Horse Medicines. Bafter Confectioner, and @ene.'al Storekeeper, — HYliON HAY. A Vhtiicv ami 8'3--l---!-aJ-» $J:-ck aivMay* ua vie-iv. QL DRAPERY, mr grocery, jMfo*. BOOTS & SHOES, iR CLOTHING, 6f * HOSIERY, 1 IRONMONGERY. ^_ etc., etc. rJHiliiiKi'9 v aii-J Bs'l'ssMjakitasf 5).-ih' :»1 sli .-si«i-;2 notice. Bread delivered all over the District at 3ld. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, Biyrou Bay. ? i ? mi ii -ii i ? Kxeuites all orders in the above Trades with lies: Work...

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter. 1 Id per lb. Bacon. Is per lb. M E I. HOI* R X E .M A K K E'I'S . Butter. lUd. per lb. Bacon 1 - per II). MR ISM AXE MARKETS. Butter. Is per lb Bacon. Is per lb.

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

THANKS. MRS. A. T. KIRK, desires to ex-   press her most sincere thanks to all those kind friends who sympa- thised with her in her late sad bereavement, also more especially to those Gentlemen who carried out so successfully, the arrangements of the Sports, held on the King's Birthday.

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Cultivation of the Sunflower, [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

Cultivation of tin', Sunflower, The cultivation of the sunflower for industrial purposes has been for some time a feature of the rural eco nomy ? of the Governments in the south and south east of Russia, and within the past three or four years tne cultivation ot the sunnower p:am for the manufacture of oil-cake has been extensively adopted by the pea santry and farmers in the Novoros sisk district of Russia. The indus try, which is said to be remunerative is rapidly increasing, and promises to still further develop. It is claim ed that the sale of the oil-cake pro duces in itself more than enough to cover all the working expenses of the mills. The stalks of the sun flower plant are used as fuel for driving the machinery, and the ash gives from 25 to 30 p?r cent, of pot ash. Generally speaking, it would . appeal- that the sunflower seed, when properly crushed, yields 2;) per cent, of oil, 40 per cent, of oil-cake, and ;)7 per cent, of stalk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

PROGRESS. T 1 1 K C O A s y ,\ 7 j V A H M E 1 1 S ' C -J - 0 1\ Society Ltd. Ksrd. 1U0I). Qfifl Shareholders all farmers. Total Shares 5,942. Turnover for six months ending September, aoth H)02, JJ14Q 3QQ Call on H. Everitt, for Boots and Shoes, up-to-date stock always on view. Millinery — fashionabk — and costumes ma lorn order.'

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Exemplary Sentences [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

S-jXO:j5p35J5'.V $CHt-MM'eS After lasting awliole week, thy trial or the men charged with forging and utte.-iny Bank oi' England notes came! to an end. I Different degrees of guilt attached! to the, prisoners, said Mr. Justice- 1 Ridley in passing sentence. Deve:i-' port, b;bboiiS, and i reeman wen-1 the direct mea:i.c; ol circulating thej notes, and probably knew where they were manufactured. They would each go to penal servitude for 14 3'-;;tr.s. Brown would have eight! years, and Southgare ami Welis three! years each. Lt'vy was sentenced! to eighteen months' hard labour. !

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Conversation Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

(TJoiivea'stfiiBon Tiapii'.K. Old-fashioned people regret thai) conversation has died out, but whether this assumption bs right o: wrong, there is nothing to be said for the chatter that- has taken its I place. The discussion on medical symptoms was considered indelicate? by our. ancestors, and c?rfc;tinly, disease and unpleasant symptoms are the last subject suitable t;- a dinner party of mixed guests. Yvt, indigesr! tion. rheumatism rienHMs. inflnpn/a :ind appendicitis nro tii^; unsavoury topics discussed by girls and young men at ihe present day. However full of sympathy we may be, it is not pleasant to listen to medical disquisitions or the necessary foods for the fat. — ' Graphic:' j

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Socialistic Precepts. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

Socialistic Precepts. The Italian city of Reggie Emilia, whose administration has passed into the control of Socialists, has adopted the following command ments for school children to remem ber : 'Love your schoolmates, for they will be your co-workers tor life.' (; Love knowledge, the bread of intellect.' -'Cherish the same gratitude towards thy teachers as towards thy father and mother.' 'Make eA-ery day thou livest the occasion for some good and benefi cial deed. Always sow the seeds of kindness.' 'Honor good men ami true women. Esteem all men as equals : bend the knee to no one.' j 'Do not bear hatred to anybody.! Do not insult people, The word reve:ige shall not be in thy vocbu-| lary ; but stand up for thy rights and resist oppression.' 'Do not be a coward. Stand by the weak and respect and love justice.' 'Re- member that all good of (his world are the product of labor. Whoever takes tin- good thing.-; of the world without giving their equivalent in labor robs thy elilig?nt of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

j-irk's Pier }-otcL B YKON BAY. I i^ — .— — ^_ — — — ~ _ _ _ _ ^_ ^__ _ ^_ — ^ ^ — —— I I Ex--'ll-'iil 4-4--riii9iodatioii. B«-st Ales, WiiU's, and Spirits. lt«-st of Tables, liven Addition. i _ Xhuk|iI-- and Billiard Koonis. i:\|---ii--nr-'d and rarofiif- -;room. Hotel Wa^ffoiiolir iiwcls all Arrivals by S«;i and Train. } I ~~~ ~ ! . | V8 this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its C harms ! AS A SUMMER RESORT. \ A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOR. J. G[. Iioeke & Coy., ^gp Importers and General Storekeepers, HT^s xN stock Grocery, Ironmongery, Drapery, Boots & Shoes CALL AND INSPECT. i i ? ' ? i I

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THE DAIRY. QUALIFICATIONS OF A GOOD BUTTERMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

THE ID^IRV. QUALIFICATIONS OF A GOOD BUTTERMAKER. (J. W. Hart, in ' Hoards Dairyman.') The great advances made recently in our export trade, to say nothing of our large home consumption, has created a demand for skilled butter makers. Really first class butter mnlrfirs avp ni. a nvprrn'mn. hilt, on the Hi, other hand, it is quite evident that H-;' second rate buttermakers are in lib R». eTal supply. B;: Great as the difference between a H|! good butter- maker and an ignorant ir or careless one, it cannot be measured Hi' entirely by the quality of the butter; i|. the quantity of the butter obtained m from the milk, together with the I ! cost of manufacturing the same, are I i important considerations where a 1 ; good butter-maker shows his sup I erior ability. I ; The art of shaping an exquisite 1 ? and priceless pottery from the shap 1 less clay, shows no improvement |. over the process as carried on thou § 1 sands of years ago ; but the butter 1 !' maker's art shows a steady advanc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

I ' 1 .*?*-? I . . . CIRCULATING LARGELY tHROUCHOBT^TH^ DISTRICT. i #. ©, IDareljam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED ATJCTTONEEK. 4 rAND and General Commission Agent ? J Commissioner for Affidavits. H LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). — ? tr 1VT0RTH COAST CO-OPERATIVE ~ iM COY., LTD. 2 PIG TRUCKS S! 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' pi^s taken. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. _ ? ? ~y II Mm$ Baita, ^.DRESSMAKER, BTRON BAY. ^SATISFACTION ^»^ £* -%-?-*. GUAEANTEED P. SJVIITH, Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesman, 9IUR WIL LUITIB A H , T'.VKED RlVKK. I AND For Sale and Auction Sales J held in all parts of the District. Acknts : — 'Waugh & Josephson's, The De Laval Separators. s.s. ' Augusta.' D. Townley's Farm Implements. Pumpkins Bought in Large Quanti...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [It is distinctly to be borne in mind tliiit we do not by inserting letters convey any opinion favourable to their contents. No notice whatever will be taken of anony mous letters, nor can we return those that are rejected. Letters should be brief, and written on one side of the paper only.J io inc tumor oj me uyron nay ncconi. s TYAGARAH CANE EIRE. I Dear Sir : Permit me, through the I medium of your columns, to refer to 1 a matter of interest to a great many in this and the surrounding neigh bourhood. It will be well remem bered that an extensive cane fire took place hereabout three months ago. At a large party given by a local resi dent at the end of last week — prin- cipally to those that had rendered good service in preventing the fur ther spread of the fire, and so saving a large quantity of cane — A gentle man present, in thanking those who had lent a willing hand in putting ! out the fire, especially referred to No (i gang of cane-cutters, and gave the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

NORTH COAST GO-OP. CO. LIMITED. rpHE annual meeting of the Company -L will be bold in McLEAaSTS H\LL BYBON BAY. on TUESDAY, DECEM BER, lfithat 11.31). a.m.. BusiN'Kss: -To Receive Directors, Ro ))ort and Balance Sheet and transact any other business in accordance ; ' with iha Rules. Previous to the Annual Meeting an Extraordinary Meeting will be held at 10 a.m. Bcsinkss: (L) To finally discuss the ?'Tick Insukanck Sciikmk ' (2.) Mr. M. McLean's, motion re Co-operation Store. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. I GOVERNMENT NOTICE. | ^:TE^TDKRS are invited for 12}, 1 cords Firewood Box or Ironbark'. Tu l)i' cut in \r- inch lengths, and delivered at tlv Lighthouse, Cape; Byron. : F--v further particulars apply to Principal Keeper. W. WARRftN. SCHOOL OF ARTS.^fr BYRON BAY. Saturday, Dec. 6? Annual \' in: t . Annual \'isit. Unparalleled Musical Attract inn. Re turn 'Visit of the Popular Favorites. The Celelinited. Belle Payne Co. Musicians Humorists and B E L i L R I N GS E S , In their Cuarming...

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Cowra Sensation. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

Cowra Sensation. At Cowra on Wednesday, the 20th inst, Maurice John Lee, a well known townsman, and pro prietor of the Club House Hotel, one of the leading hotels of the town, was fired at and wounded by Ethel Herring, aged 22, a housemafd in the hotel. It appears that Ethel Herring went to the School of Arts about 8. 30, p.m., and requested to see the Rev. R. Seymour Smith, the Church of England clergyman. When that gentleman asked her business she informed him that she wished him to marry her to Mr. Lee that night, as soon as the hotel was closed. On wishing to ascertain furthe; particulars she told the reverend gentleman that she would send a ! messenger for him after 11 o'clock.! She then returned to a fruit shop; kept by her married sister in Lachlan stre-it. About 1 L 15 accompanied i by a younger sister named Kathleen, | aged 1(.) years, and a man named i Palmer, she proceeded to the hotel. On arrival there she told her sister to go for the Rev. R. Smith, and the' girl did so...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

CHURCH OF ftXGLAXD. Parish Of Byron Hay. Sunday, November. .'.(Jrd. F.'---_-. Ne wry bar 1 1 a.m. lkiugalow-2. ;'--'. o.m. Bvrou Bay 7.;$0 p.m. KDWIN J. 1)01)1).

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