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A WIDOW AND A BABY. (Continued). CHAPTER I. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

R WIDOW AfiD A BRBY. (Continue.'). CHAPTER I. ARRIVALS. T.ie-ows no need to s-iy more. M-.-s. St. Gtjo.-g-y started off directly into th-? Irstory of how she met the Mip-'s heir, and what she said to him, and thought of him. But the p?!-son for who.se benefit this was re ta:lel did not evince any interest in it : she \v;n hirinr 'nPA. lip, her cheeks had become crimson, and she was * impatiently w.irching for tin oppor tunity t » rec'aim the child, her ' Th ink yon !'' i-o M-. Kirk!a'id be i m ir spjken with downcast eves, and in rh' chillies: accents. But nothing eve;- disconcerted Mrs. St. George. As soon as baby h-i'l clian^-'d hands, and the o:nni-| bus was rait! ing at a brisker pace. sh° was making an attempt to enter into conversation with baby's; imrnm-i. i 'Do I know your facf. my dear ?'i fih' queried — wifh so young a person; one mig'nt, of course, be familiar.! v5* fjsp-'cially as h'r mourning, though! verv nice, and faslronably made, was! not of the best (jualiry. ' I d...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Poetry and Fiction. Evening Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

\ / 6\tenin-f ipijougljts. I sat by my open window In the calm of a spring twilight : The bell t for evening service Bjat softly on gathering night. j The glow of the golden sunset I Shed radiance o rer the scene, t Yet my heart was full of sadness ; As I thoaght on what might have been. : The worM seemod so calm and peaceful I Neath the spell of the sun's roseate hue: ; O j, why are our lines so different ? y Who can answer ? Not I, nor you. Life's tro lb'.es arid trials are sent us Goi's lessons to teach us to bear : Here life must be fraught with sorrow. And each has to suffer his share. Wo look for a life hereafter — A life free from sorrow and shame : Surely this thought ought to help us To conquer the worlds passing pain. Below, our best joys are but fleeting : Gol fails not to comfort and bless : Above 'twill lie joy without censing— Pure joy ! Do not fear ! Onward press t

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Useful Hints. ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

QSSftif fHrits* ODDS AND ENDS. Are invaluable if only we knew how to make the best of them, but used without discretion the result is disastrous. Art muslin, for ixlstance, is now horribly out of fashion, and if treated unwisely gives a tawdry look to what might otherwise be a hand some room ; nobedy would imagine either that ordinary house-flannel could be used at all except for the purpose its name indicates, but both these articles can be made quite use ful and effective. Quite a nice sofa blanket can be made of house-flannel, covered with Art muslin on a cream ground stitch the muslin on to .the blankety. stuff, and then work the pattern richly in gold thread, and bind the edge with silk or satin to match ; the effect is handsome and uncoin com. It is almost more delicate if worked in silver thread, but this tarnishes very quickly, which is an noying after, having spent a good deal of time in working the sofa blanket. Old broom handles, neatly covered with coloured paper, make e...

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American Girls and English. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

American Girls and English. We Englishwomen are often dull when compared to the Yankee women. (Say« the; Queen') We do not seem to have realised that the time has come when the women of England, like her manufactories must wake up. We do not want our girls to be quite so brusque or quite so flashy as the average American girl, but it would be a good thing if the women over thirty copied their American sisters a little more. I ho -fol Inivi ii (r io U.in.i.. X? ? ? » . — ? v... .wS io jj.au v .r urinss com parison: - The observant stranger will if an artist also be struck by the fact that the face of an American gn-1, U8 well as the voice, is often that of a child: in fact, if one were not atraid ot being misunderstood, and there lore thought rude, one could better describe the American girl by saying that she has a bal.ys face on a woman's body than by any word-painting or brushpaint ing either. The large forehead, round eves round cheeks, and round lips of the babv remain : and as ...

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

MARRIAGE. LYONS — HUNTER — November 27th at the School of Arts, Byron Bay by the Rev. C. Hains, J. Lyons to Mabel Hunter, eldest daughter of Mrs. Joyce and the late Mr. J. Hunter, of Byron Bay. 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 29, 1902  

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A WIDOW AND A BABY. (Continued.) CHAPTER II. IMPENETRABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

R WIDOW AND fl BABY. ? \ ? lC.ui!::iii'.-i!). ; CM AFTER IT. ! IMPENETRABLE. ; Twic1 Mrs. St. George -.-ame to take her for a drive, hrt si e was not; to be found, o.' so said Kifty Lobb.l her staunch adherent. Thrice she! sent propitiatory oil'. 'Hugs I'd:- baby.: in tlr- shape of toys aii;l sweets ; hntj these ht-r mess Miger was en twn'iiLrly - ii:-ns\ by which svliciri''' 'Mrs. St. I George received a letter n!' t hanks' for h».' i1 charming preseiiis from a: person who I r i ? [ off side I li ?:? past; forgiveness. Then Airs. St. George arranged a picnic t:-a prery c-'. tage on .Mr. Kirk land's (-'.state, where, was excellent ; fishing to he had for the gentlemen.! and a wealth of spring- flowers for; the ladies : and to escape her impor-i ! unities Mrs. B;-une allowed her to! believe chat she should be a;no;igs:i :he guests : but she did noi appear. Neither did Herbert Kirkkind ex pect her to do so.. He had been staving all this time with the St. Georges, because his own house...

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TO A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

TO A FKIESI). ? i The truest {Vends must part, iliey say. j The fondest hearts must sever. ; But friendship's bonds m iv l.iu for ::ye. And mem ry live for ever. Each word, each look, each sin'k. j Each vanish''! pressure of your kiss. ' And long for yon the while. i E.i'h thin'.' that we have seen and lov d-j Ka-h iiow'rc;:-h 1 iru' oaih tre. . j I j.-ri-'li place where we ve togetlur rov d j 'Will hold a charm for me. ; T lieu faro yo i '.veil thU pir-liu's pain: To tho-e whom Fate must sever. i only say gun-': -bye aga n - ? : And trust 'tis i!--t forever !

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Poetry and Fiction. His Reflections. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

f3 I -LS0ek-u ana -^/e^imi. \ / 1 ? ?His Reflections. A little lonely room ! a lonoly 'firo, By which 1 stand dream — Unfetter d Fancy so.iring in her flip;'.:: Above the things that seem. Alone in ev'ry joy and grief am I, No loving heart is n.;gh, To catch the laughter trembling on my lip To echo each iaint sigh. No children's faces smile around my hearth: No little pattering feet 11 in swiftly by— no childish ringing notes A lonoly, cheerless life — .i s;i Iden'd loi Must be for ever urine: Xe er shining o or ihs.id an 1 wjary path,; A ray of love divine. Some men have so over-rmich of love. O; sweet anxiety. That thev urow careless of t'.i-j precious gift, ' And let it wast?.] bo I Would that some little of a slighted love Muiit reach my av-hing ho.irt — Might give itssooihing comfort to my pain.. And deal the weary smart ! Sitting alone, here at my lire. I -co A tender picture glow. In colours radiant a- the sunset V. gleams B'lt just a* soon they go ! And oiicc again the lonel...

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The Dhaike and Doyle Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

The 55lEsaBke and Day Be KiMa-dca-*. In connection with the anonymous confession of the murder of Con stable Doyle and Mr. Dhalke, for which the Kenniffs have been con victed, it appears the confession, which came from Chiiders, was re ceived by Mr. M Urrath, solicitor lor the Kenniffs. It was handed by him to the Attorney-General, who in turn forwarded it to the Home Sec retary for investigation. Details of the document have not been allowed co transpire. ? A Gympie message states that from a reliable source it is learnt that the confession is writ-en in a fairly good hand. I: is not by an illiterate person, though the spelling seems purposely bad, and it contains errors of irramn:;.?:. The letter is ?signed ''Waiting.*' The writer states, among other things, t!mr he was present at tin* Police Court a* the Kenniffs trial in Ror-kiinipp'o.n during the preliminary proceedings, and he. felt a- times strongly imp.'!- I e'\ i I t s\ n i -i I* . i o /*♦ - i i - i i.i ?iL_» i ,' i i i l-i...

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THE COWRA TRAGEDY DEATH OF LEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

THE COWEA TRAGEDY. DEATH O;1 LEE. On Sunday Nov. 21 ht 'ns\ the doe tors applied the X-rays to Lve, who| was shot o]i Wednesday ni^ht. andj the bullets were located. One wasj between the ribs and backbone, and the other embedded in the muscle oi' th- back \vi; hiu about -2\\\. of the spine. On Sunday nigh: i::e injured Mian took a decidedly -bad twru. showing signs of collapse, a::ii con tinued in a sinking condition throtigh-i out the night. On Monday morning! there was but the slightest hope of j his recovery. The pulsation of t lit heart was much weakened from the reactionary effect. It is supposed j that one bullet must have struck the; solar plexis. Tne revolver cartridge! used was of 8.2 caiibre, and the !-wl-j Id weighs NXgr. Tiic Rev. Fatherj Slattery, of St. Stanislaus' College. Bathurst. manipulated the Honrgen rays. When one bulle; was lcr.-r.ed! a photograph of the body was taken.! revealing a second bullet near thej spine. The rays were scarcely j shwiii; rilOll^Jl WIlU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

Kirk's Pier Hotel. i ~- ' '^^??'**™TBTWT^Mgg::TTffrr»7aMWMMMMMngarar'i tj umi — r-^ni11! i iiii .ii^rirrr'^wTrn~niTii«»iirBnri i»iiwiii:iiii.jii .Mumuni-i r- wnoKt— I B Y R 0 N BAY. i j ==: , ! ' i : Excollcut Acromtitodntion. Best Ales, Wines, mtd Spirits. Best of Tallies. Every Attention. i i ?*? ? — ? ? ? ? ? ? I Saraiple and Billiard Roo ~.is. Experienced and Careful Oroor.n. DIotel Wa^4»nette nreefs all Arrivals S-y Sea and Train, j i \ S this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than anv other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms i A AS A SUMMER RESORT. \ A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOR. j j i I i j i j t _ . : J. G[. Iioefce 6. Coy., j ^(5- Importers and General Storekeepers^ Ht^s xN stock : Grocery, Ironmongery, Drapery, Boots & Shoes CALL AND INSPECT. I i. j*p:1 ? - ~ '?*? -- — — - -- ? ? - - ? -

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Railway Station At The Tweed. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

3£ailwn.v Station At The Tweed. The question of site for the railway station at the Tweed, in connection with the Nerting extension, which was referred to by the president of the National Association at the council meeting on Thursday 27th November has been given a great deal of consideration by the railway authorities. It is understood that the New South Wales Crown law officers have given an opinion which will preclude that State from allow ing Queensland to make the terminal station in New South Wales territory. In fixing tlie site on Queensland side also there is a difficulty in connection with the tick quarantine lino, which comes net- ween tne site ana tne waterway. I', has therefore been recommended that the line be deviated so as to place the station outside of the tick aiv i. C.r.ir'.cr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

1 Cfe Ikwt JBajr ^wjI/' CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. . ' ? ' ? / /?'??-? / ? ?? ' '? ?:??????? #♦ ®. IDareljam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. JAND and General Commission Agent _J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). 'VfORTH COAST CO-OPERATIYE 1M COY.. LTD. PIG TRUCKS will leave the Sidings as formerly, viz. : Bexhill — Every Monday. Lismore — Every Tuesday. Eltham— Every Tuesday. Nashua — Every Monday. Bangalow — E v ery Saturday. Murwillumbah — Every Saturday. No non-shareholders' pisrs taken. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. H HH&s Baiter, gDBESSMAKEK, BYRON BAY. ^SATISFACTION ^«^ ** -^?-^ GUARANTEED p. smith, Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesman, rniTRWI L, LUjlIB A II , TWKKD RlVKK. T AND For Sale and Auction Sales I 1 held in all parts of the District. AciKXTS :- -Waugh & Josephson's, The Du Laval Separators, s.s. '' Augusta.' D. Town ley's Farm Implements. Pan:.3B...

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The Margarine Fraud. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

The IVIai'gai'iii-e. Fraud. Not the least important e'auses of the Dairy Bill were those relating to the nianufactvire of oleomargarine. The output of such products in this State is at present small, buf thc-'-i is good reason for believing that vsvy little of what is made is sold m,.le' its true colours. In all countries the competition of beef fat prod;ic:s with genuine butter has been very serious because the greater part of the manufacture was sold as butter. The oleo influence has become so powerful that Legislatures find it impossible to protect producers of butter from fraudulent competition. Exactly the same state of affairs will certainly come about in Australia should the State Governments play with the question and continue h postpone legislation. The extent to which the manufacture has grown in other lands is indicated by the fol lowing : — In the United States in 18H7 the manufacture of margarine! was (.)7()i) tons. It has since, then] been steadily rising ami reached! ...

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COMMENTARIES. THE DROUGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

g3sb«iebtai?!es. ?: hi-: \Y [?: !''.:n' ri;;i' niif i\ir!i;::::ei::a;-y i ( i »it ?--»*; 1 1 : 1 1 ivcs are mow. :., unison. trying to ;:M the i i I'uiis. li '.-.-??: l'iv.1 !--?:!. and !o h'.'ip I In* owners - -f starving stock' !c keepa'ive tin- f'\v remaining of their oili' t'l.'l' :H'!l! 1 V Oi'il!l!li.'.v ii'il'ks ;;»)ii ! i ??:?(]-;. Tii ? [ci.'i ciiiiid !!??)*. now v.ri; ? hi;s 'T iiu- sorely tried lam! : S'.n- iili- :l llio'.i-vllltl i!(u-k.-. (i;i ii tliu;:-,i:i i S'.i' il;;-- -. iv:ii. l- wb-- ? ,.:iii'.!s ;:r ? i/u|.'. Tin- following are '.hi- res-dutions :i 1 ( -)-:?.?? i liy tin' Legishrive As.:e::.h;v .?!i i\'.)Ve:uber :ho iH'fh iust. — '7. '!'.:?'! in -ir.'.er -'- usitiir iu- \'\- h:n- ;l.:] ,i,' irvli ; riivs n!' :\n-d ;e.!:--;r.:st iIm -??-!? r;i! i i « : i -? - i-. ? i Mi-.mi-Ts ;!n- r\r ,-r:ii ' Miv-nnii'-iii si.o \\-\ in- ;i ? !?;..? j i.y: !-i-s.il ii.'iii c. :'.;ri'ai. 'ii: in ':?.!. e :m-: hi .I ,:i-- ;-? ??:«?.] ;«» ? -\-rv. i !m- '?_' i.icii Sis ill- -!:i:i ...

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DAIRY & FARM. RURAL HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

id^irV & ftkkjvi. EUKAL HOMES. By John McTeur, in 'California Cul tivator.' It has been said that yon can judge a city or town by the number of churches and drinking saloons in it, so the prosperity and moral tone of any rural communitj- can easily be told by the condition of its homes and their surroundings. When we know that a large part of the bone and sinew of the nation is made up of men and women raised on the farm and in rural districts, it will lie readily seen whatan influence the home may have in the affairs of the nation. It has been stated on good authority that a large portion of the youth of the rural districts are dis satisfied with their present condi tions and are moving to the cities : some to obtain situations, but a great many, I fear, to swell the ranks of the ' submerged tenth.' Let me ask what is the reason for such conditions ? Is it that there are greater opportunities for social en joyment and to hear musical treats ? If so it must be evident to all...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

LOPAL MO GESE8AL .\lr. li'ussel forecasts liliseitled weatliL-r. wiih rain fos- the greater par: of the State. .Last Sunday, we ol' ;-yron Bay. experienced a trooii downpou!1. lint it only lasted for a short while, and much rain is re quired here as c!.-;e. where. ?1. (-'. Locke A: Coy's., for Christmas: ijoo !s. M-indsome I']]eci!'o IMate ware, Aficrnoon Tea-sets. sui;a!)le for Cliiistijia.s or Wedding Gifts.* i As will !)' noticed in our adver tising eol.r.nns. a Concert l-y the :ntpi!s oi' the local Public School, wili be l-.eld in (heSeliool of Arts on tin1 IS.li i:-st. A varied programme,. iuci.'.Ming l'.jrt Songs. Action Songs. C.iiisthep.ic Displays etc., is an nounced. During the past two .mouths the pupils have Ix-eii in av ;'ive preparation and should acpiit th':ii.-el ves well. As we learn from their Teacher that this is the first effor: of the ehildp'i). it is to be hoped that the public will encour age t hem by at tending in full force on [he iiSth iust. The proceeds wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

W'^k ^'°^fc -^asS»v /^^''V ^J»'c*'' -3, V-''-''** /^'**7 /^ C*TT 1^ 1^ C$€3s- *:*- ;^4 ^- ^*5- 4} ^ -? ^»^ ^Jbanrffc .-it ^ ZZ—rf. Aa«^ 4iH2-' ffl — THK — Coastal Farmers5 Co-op. Societv LIMITKI). ^ ESTABLISHED 1900. 977 Shareholders all fjirnifi-s, T-»t:il Shares 6,027. Turnover for six months t i:din.u 8( j^cti; Ix-r. .'.Oili 1902. X-~\Af\ 0*1 fl

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

SCHOOL OF ARTS.^-^^ BYRON BAY.'; Animal Visit, Annual Visit. Unparalleled Musical Attraction. Re turn Visit of the Popular Favorites, The Celebrated. Belle Payne Co. Musicians Humorists and BELL RINGERS, In /her C-.i:!.rmi:i',' pJntortJii'iinent. A ?--t.cr1:ii-r Company. Imrnons*.1 Pro^raninisj SATURDAY, DEC. 6th 1902. Prices a.1- ?_'/. ;!:kI !- N. F. rl:ia.]r:ck-j. {Jl jMi-jscntjitivo). ! eO¥£ReOT NOTICE. | r«^KNDJ^I-»:S are invited for 12.\! JL cords Firewood Box or ironhark.j To b:- cut in i ;'- inch lengths, and, deiiwred at :hi- Liirhrhouse, Cape! Byron. ! For further particulars apply to: Prir.rip.d K.'ep:'.-. V.'. WAURKN. NOATd BBA3T CO-OP. HO, UIBiTEO. - ?»♦ - — - r HIT ??] ;i:iu:i.:i iii-.'..-ti:i': of t!ie ( ' »? mj.-i ti v. 1 v.-:!| !„? h.-ld in ?.I ??,K-.-\X S [?! \ iA, : Bi'Eii.VB.', V...H Tl'i-ISDAV. DM'ii:.! !{i:il .:!;;! at !i.::i :i.i.i. iirs. i'.ss : 'i'n il .ylvVi: J)ir»:i-:o -s. 11 .?- pur: i:ri li.iiaiiL-o S \v-:\ ;::\-\ \vi is:i'.-1 any ;rii..'j- l-'.:-:'i(js.-...

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A Pri[?] Kills Herself. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

A 3Ja-2v;v«itf4v«i:^ _iJS]-; Bffi'ivw^Jf, Miss Ma ('. C:-add.»ck. hiu'h priest ess and pis')!1 o' :ii' Cir.irjii oli Yoga in Chicago, and missionary of h'.T |)eculiar philosophy in Xew York, killed hersell Ity lakinj- illuminat iny gas oil the niyh' of October JO. at iHM' home (s-.iys a t.-le'_rra;n puh lished ill the ' S. F. Chronicle'). She had also slashed herself with a ra/.or ln-IOre turning on the gas. Her suicide was undoubtedly caus-'d by the proseeiiiions which she his snll'ored for eirctilaiiny l-ooks an ! pamplilets in propa^ar.-la of her re markable tene;s. They were so hold that not only Anthony (.'omsutck bui the. United S'.iite-; airhorities had her arrested, She served three months on IJIackwell's Island' for circulating a hook called ?? The Wed diim- Night.'' Miss l'.':-addock was born in Philadelphia. She had lived in Denver and in San Francisco. In the latter city she held a position as stenographer in the AngluCaliforn ian Jiank for some time, continuing to sprea...

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