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Poetry and Fiction. Constanry. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

I t/^// ana ? f'/cfrm. \ 7 \1 Quntstancy Hint tho-j forgotten, in tho new-born glorv That flings :i halo routul that brow of thine, A moonlit eve- of yore V a soft, swoof story Thou mnr mu rest once boaoath the oLn tree hoiry V Sweet in con so potiro 1 on yo:ui'_f love's sacred shrine.' Oh. many a year lias fled siii'.:o wo were parted, | And in m\ a hcsii-c ha; ceased its beat. ; And Hopu's bright w'wvg has fV.miod thoi brokendiearted. ~ \ While I from many a haunt :.n_r i'.ruainj have started. | To hearken for thv fooSt-^p ia the; street. ' ; And morn and eve hnve pa'sod. Tir- fa!!' moon waning. ' Has LjivtMi her plare to ik:\v ii-_dit on the earth. Whili;. for lo:i-.' ye.;:--;, with iiiitor ;:n_o;i--: pla'n:ni(. ; -My andiod t-ar-s iip-m my !one hciirl mi.-i-i Dimming trie uutsii: --;' it- .- » 1 ? I «_- 1 1 tiiiiih ! I vt; ifonu. Vot siiic-o wo first w^-ro (iooaiv1 : to sever. When absence H;ni» o'er skv a'ld st.M a blot. Uinini.li-; all beautiful thin ;- of -.-ar.i:. [ novitr I...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

?''?? ' - T '} 7K7K S''i~~}' /ll/V) f // // -£% //?/ ( J 1/ U ( // . // $$ (Mi tf&mflJ (Mft. I ' BYRON BAY. j . ? ? ? mmm, - *& S/7/e .j/aw-j-)- --/ «//} /-r-j/ 0 'ft 'r'J ''' '/h''/'' ©] //a/ tm Aa/s- r/ect-M Mi a }/-//f ////--/- fc'/ -/''»'/ $*| / /'' -' **| / / ? Tv/r / /. / \ , Q? / / 5*i sir/} f/Y-c-r/.) /ru -^yw/Ma; {--;/././/,) at '.s-zufH'''/ '??jf. ^j ,/ / ' ( ,'/ / '' '&#.}, -//-? /y.f/Yt/t'/// -'/ f-//} '/wr/j, /?) -J-- ?/?'// A' /'#//?'// -:^j / ? ,/ / ./ **! //f/t w (A ///-/ s/y/a/' //?? C*/iYr/f- ff/fftf/ /Asm. 55 * / -*.*?'! ow/s/. //?? ?-'/.'/? ////'/ //,-//r/r //?' .if// /?- ///'? /'??-/ '?&?#. / / / ^'* /'/?// *?* (ifr/f////-/r-'i*:. %JK '?&??#? cccmkr irtice Ui$t. | n ' ' ' ~y. s Gillespie's Flour ]-er 100 \'± - %Z Currants 4!,d. lb. Haisin.-! -Hd. lb. L-mon Peel :-.W. H). jj Sultanas Hd. |b. Musc-atells -unl Almonds at lowest rates. #^. .1.4 MS, % lb TINS. «l Apricot, Lemon and Melon, Plum,. Raspber.-y, Peach. ^ MHrnr.dade,...

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Effects of Feed on Pigs and Pork. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

i EllW'ts oCFummI on Pigs ssiul j Pork. j A couple of years ago (says the: Agricultural Gazette) there appeared; in this journal the particulars oi j series of experiments conducted inj Canada. Denmark. Germany, and' Kngland to determine the effects oil different kinds of food upon the! h(--«HVi mill flf-^h i'if nicrs Sinr-p t.hmii the authorities of the Wisconsin! Agricultural Experiment Station] have been conducting tests with the! same object, and the results pnicti-j cally confirm all the data arising! from the other trials mentioned. Alii the experiments go to show that thv! most economical food for pigs as re-: gards maintenance of constitutional! vigour and thriftiness, rapid growth.1 quality and solidity of Hesh, attrac tive proportions of lean to fat, is aj well-balanced ration. As to what! the different proportions of the food! will consist of much will depend! upon local circumstances, which may} affect the cost of fodder : but so farj as New South AVales conditions are I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

jj-irk s Pier }-oteL B Y E ON BAY. i I I Excellent Accommodation. Best Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. j ! Sa'iiplc and Billiard Roo:n*. Experienced and Careful Oiooni. Hotel Waggonette meets all Arrivals by Sea and Train. ' I | '~B~B~m~~ ? __=======^^ i VS this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms ! I ! t AS A SUMMER RESORT. : | A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOR, ; ! ' i ' i ! I i ; i I J. G[. Iioeke & Coy., ^5) Importers and General Storekeepers, : - - j I 1 H7*s in stock I Grocery, Ironmongery, Drapery, Boots & Shoes 1 ! 1 . j ! CALL AND INSPECT. ! ! I ! 1 i

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DAIRY & FARM. DO ARTIFICIAL FERTILISERS OVERSTIMULATE THE SOIL? [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

[?] DO ARTIFICIAL FERTILISERS OVERSTIMULATE THE SOIL ? (P. J. Christian, in ' Wallace's Far mer,11 U.S.A.) Artificial, or chemical, fertilisers have often been accused of over stim ulating the soil ; that is acting the part of the whip to the wild horse. As a matter of fact, there can be no such comparison between the soil and an animal. What is meant by soil ,i:.,,,Jnlin.. ic- +1-1. if if l'BfiOlVBS SilCn treatment that the plant food con tained therein quickly becomes avail able, and is as quickly used, so that it can no longer support the growth of plants. Ploughing is a true form of soil stimulation, as is in fact all forms of cultivation, but plant food also may have the same action. Sup pose a soil contains ample supplies of two the elements of plant food, but very little, or none, of the other elements ; then, if the missing ele ment is supplied freely, a free growth is promoted, so thai all the plant food is utilised in making vegetable growth. This may be continued until th...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

a tfV f* eft) ^Tw ^w) i ff Mt mmn ww JBwril I ! . 1 CIRCULATING LARCELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / I i #. ®. IDareljant, | BYKOX BAY, | Sworn Valuator under the Real Property! Act. ' I i LICENSED AUCTIONEER. ! I AND and General Commission Auent! J Comniissionoi1 for Affidavits. j LOCAL AGENT j For tlie United Insurance Coy. (Fire). ! NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO ] LIMITED. ? «« ? rnHE annual meetinsj of the Company L will be held in McLEAXS HALL' BYRON BAY. on TUESDAY. DECEM BER, Kith at 11.31). a.m. BrsiXK^s :— To Receive Directors, Re- 1 port and Balance Sheet and transact! any other business in accordance with the Rules. Previous to the Annual Meeting an Extraordinary j Meeting will be held at 10 a.m. ' ! BrsiNKSs: ? (1.) To finally discuss the 'Ticf. I-:si;ka-.vk Sciik.mk ' {2.) Mr. M. McLean's motion re' Co-operation Store. ' W. H. CLIFFORD, : Secretary. NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. . — NOTICE. — ; \\/rE will lie prepared to receive Cream j \ V at the new Factory. Lisniore. com...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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The Bot Fly. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

riw z;t-i btv. The lio; Hy. which male its first appear ance in the RicIiniDii I 'listr.ct al Newey -iar lasi year. is auain becoming troalilerdiue on the river. At Tathaiu. n ,.- report i.' I that two valuaMe horses were lo-l la-t week owin» i-- tin- pesi. It j. ilso stated that tlietly is rapid! \- spiT-adiiiL: louuii-r ceuiri.'s. .vi neya ias; weeK a lioi fly attacked a horse winch was beiiiii driven in a sulky, with the result that the horse liolted and the occupants were -everely thrown on the road. At Liver pool, where the fly has heconie very troiinK-soiiie an inspection of some of tin animals shows that the Hy deposits it. eysjs under their jaws, and it is with dilli cu'lty that the ?.-l'^s can he removed Some owners have applied kerosene for that purpose w.th a measure of -success. The fly lias al.-o ma-le its appearance atioitt C.uuoalum. ami in several insiauce. die -?---?- h.lVe I.eeli loilU-l o|| ll-'l:se-i. H J{ Finies. A man has been seni to ga-d in London f«ir obtain...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

P. S|VIIT{1, Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesman, MUKWILLUMBAII, Twr.KD Rivki:. T AND For Sale and Axiction Sales Li held in all parts of the District Aokxts :--Waugh & Josephson's, The De Laval S-sivirators. s.s. ' Augusta.' D. Townley's Farm Implements. Pumpkins Bought in Largo Quantities. THE ENGLISH, SCOTTISH and AUSTRALIAN BANK, LIMITED. A BRANCH of this B:mk is open every FRIDAY, at MUL-i LUMBIMBY. from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Also at BANG ALOW every Wednes day. For t lie transaction of all! usual -Banking business. j A. E. BROWN, Manager, Byron Bay Branch. BA\K OF NKW SOI Til WALES. A BRANCH «»f this Hank is now ? ?pen a* Mru/.\\nj,I.MBY, in Mr. Albert Bv-lsou's new premises, for the transaction of all usual hank inir business. ?I.-H. NKWMAN. p-o. Manager. Mullumb-imbv.i-th Dec-. 1002 (TU'RCH OF KX(tLAXI). I'arish Ok I'iYRox Bay. Sum. lay. D'-ember. Mtn. 1i»i)2. ' Federal (School of Arts) ( H.C ) 11 a.m. Chines !' n. in. Kureka T.l^t p.m. KDWIX .1. nODD. Bjjrim Bay Becuvi...

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The Boilermaker's Christmas Box. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

Tli-- Boilermaker1* - 9irisiin;i-- Box. Owing to the well known influences which have for some time been aifeuting the prosperity of the port- and city of Sydney. Christmas amongst many secl.ons of the laliouring classes, unfortunately, will not !)e verv hannilv six.-nt. Our- section, how ever, and that the grimiest and ?roughest of the iilaclc trades, the l-o:lermaKers have had a slice of luck wliic.li is thankl'iill.v looked upon by th.;;u ;is a - Cod-send' in these times oi depression. The steamer Mint.iro. a KfiKl) tonner of the Adelaide Ste.iniship Com pa ay's tluet. having skidded over a coasial reel was I lot t'ht ,nto ] ort '.vitti her keel and lower compartments liuckk-d and twist '.-d \'.k.-. i-r.nnpled paper. She is now sntudy lioxed ;u the upper ?.lock of Mort's at Waterv.ew Bay. liahnaai ami till mm of die lilark era It !iaw !-eeu umployeil in day ami n.u'iil shifts ilrillinu. levell.nvr. and iv|il.-iring the hutcslaiis --f steel with which the vessel is coustracied At ...

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COMMENTARIES. DUTIES ON BREADSTUFFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

COMMENTARIES. D\'V\K- ON HHEADSTrFFS. '1'is a topsy rurvy world and you; may depend upon it thai what a. man pvurjises you, f'i-dav hi' will pro-' liably have forgot ten to-morrow,; o11 at all events, of su-vh stuff are some o! our Parlia mentarians made. I.i spite of Sir Kdmund Barton's asse.-tion ?? Tirat if, any refund of duties is made by any1 State or States not a whisper of oh-, lection will come from the Common-; wealth- Government.' YeT the! resolutions of the Legislative Assem-j blv to haw t he sa:u iluties suspended; for 12 months has lven most decid edly thrown out by the Senate -it. would b,1 un.S'atesinanlike. etc. etc., and the Prime Minister llings a! dictionary of words at the Legisia-, live Assembly's head in this wise:' ?? The action we are asked to take isj rlie niiire unwarranted because of the: eoncurr.'iice of Parliament in the position we took up during the' session, and in the nex: place it is unnecessary seeing that the expedi ents .urged upon the Commonweal...

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Pa[?]pered Parliamentarians. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

2-3c:.'iiiW'fc-l PaiiiaiiiciitariniiK. It lias Ijijuii found m.-oussiiry for tin; :'i!'ler,il (Jovunitnont of; Australia to make ?.grant, in aid (if the Federal Parliament I'ofrusliiiiunt rooms, as they do not pay. Members of Parliament, have therefor .inotiier adiliCou to make to tneir long list of por-iuisites. With a salary of ZA')1). :uid the run of the host club rooms in Melbourne, free postal, telephone, ami telegraph services, free railway travelling, iree novels from the best lending libraries, .in-! free stationery, they can claim to ju-t their meals at less than cost price. Every meal they eat at Parliament House means i loss to the consolidated revenue.— 'Dailv Mail.'

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL Visitors should not fail to call at! the Great Northern Saloon and! Fancy Goods Emporium. Mr. Harri-' son has secured a first-class consign-! ment of Christmas novelities for his! new store. Christmas cards in great! varietv. Gointr off ranidlv. Calli early and secure a choice selection/'' | Spendid rain fell here on Tuesday evening, a good steady downpour,! which gave great relief as it hadj been intensely hot the proceedingi three days. There is a certain amount of sick-; ness about, a few cases of influenza.' in particular. Mr. Glasgow was, we! regret to stare, prostrated for a few days with influenza, but his many | friends will be pleased to hear that |he is now convalescent. [ Mr. G. W. Nicoll (of the G. W. iNicoll line of steamers) has been ivisitiug Byron Bay during the past j Mulluinbimby has now branches ofj jtwo Ba::ks established there, the | : Bank of New South Wales and the! |K.S. and A. Bank, and both Banks! j must have lu*en struck with the! same ua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

Bus. Harrison, GKE A T N () ir FI I K-RN 1 1 ( )T K I j IT A I P. 1 )R KISS I N( } S A LOON. ? All lines of best Tobaccos. hihI Fancy Goods kejH in S:n;-k. Visitors t-: tl'i'e Soa--:de can always rely upon procuring the best Fishing ' Tackle. flnnfln * v flnHffln Cidlaud inspect our stock of Christmas Cards, in nalor:-. l.a'.es; (iesigns and novelties. Mercery in great varie:y, and of Very Superior f^nali'y. l/'eal Agents for rhe un lermeutioned X-.-wspape's :??- Sundav Tim.'.-;. i;efe:v,-. T.-mh, Hn!li-*iu. MM. T'r.in-s. l\vrn:i liny Heron!. I ITU vvTlS-On £25;il-i;'r u:iv: -'-:!-uSsiJr.r|-n-. rS pre] ;;;-ed to a Ivis ? as to 'he inosi suitable Materials and Timber t-i use. Pia:-.s prep-!.:-e..l fo;-;i'.l 'kiii-ls --i' B:\ildiiigs; h.avin_'- had a avge e.\p ''i--:ir ?. , . a ^ Tvopairs to 'Buiirii.ug.'i. ^^T Furniture. Joinery. W Pulling down Buildings and Re erecting, ¥t Attended to' Prompuiy. W EJ ; J . SE ASOin3D_T FMBER ALWAYS_ON HAND. P'CKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS XMAS (iHEKTIXCJS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

j HANDBILLS, i €/«VMtor-rirtl W«rk of i Hiisbhcr Sfa-vnps. 1 GIVE TS A TRIAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

'm-T i m mi r ' v ? * Cards, Programmes* Circulars, ._ Letter Headings, Note Heading, BILLHEADS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

?* y BYRON BAY. jvSea Side Resort. jf__ ,--..'-? '-.???'' ? ? i ?? ~ . ' -??.'??.'?.?/ ? ? ??? ?-??.?? . ? j 1 A^UA^'S uHatci BYROAI I I m * ^ ., itjppNnP'L# fe- oir\v-'/T ^g ! ^^ ^* JuADi |H^^ ? ?? : r^ p^w *)^ I ^' C 1 f\C K^C /iv^ iB JW^^m Cj/1^ T ? ? . ^w j ?? \^-^/j\ M . ^^ HE 'GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been notpil as a most || iKv3 J j — ~^// ^ ii conveniently situated, and well managed ^ hostelry. Every attention ^ \v^^__-^ \ -==:/// $$ ^-^ ^vas l)eBn given to good ai-chitectuve, ventilation, light- and comfort. ^. Yv^-;, i /fl\ '&% The general arrangements of tlie hotel are charming. The rooms are -;§ \V\. '' z^ u o ^ tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony ^ \ Vv \ ? ^ &|| which is a A7eritable ' look out ' commanding the most magnificent views of ^¥ ^ j I ^ the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high ^ ; MX, altitude, whei-e all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ** ; ^ come down ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

[?] - ? -- LINK ()]?' BHIS1UXK STKAM KKS. ? ! ..S. LADY MUSCilUVE.; \VM. COLLIN »v SONS. LTD., | .1. HAMSliOTMAM. Mar.a^vi'. \ /Ilict1 - ~SU )'eswoi th-strcct, Lissnoiv. .,_ i ? ? i ? i Byron Bay Hecord. ! /^^^ h'^ ^f™'^ W'8^ ^.?£T**s~*$i^ '

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Rainfall in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

Rsmii'sDllM in Queensland. Last week there was splendid rains in Queensland, St. George reported '.hat the Balonno was about a foot above its 1 inn mil height. This is the iirst time t lie river has run since .July last year. Thunderstorms still continue.. Good rains are reported at many stations in the district, but only over small areas. Barcaldirie reports that Twelve Mile Tank, on th* Araimic-road, which was dry for over two years,. is now filled, giving . a twelve month's supply. There is uowspiuMdid water over the Barcal dirie, Dunraven. and Tara country. Tiie:-e is a i ready a spring in the gras. at Barcaldine. There is a great jubilation at thej rain and business has taken a hope-j fill -,Mll 11. ! Heavy showers lr.ive again ni'h'iij towards Barealdine Downs, which1 had I-io points one n'ght. Over .r)in. i r.» vts falle.i illicit: he/. A: Bnrc-aldine Downs the hen rage grows so rap.diy in de-er: paddocks that ah the sta tion si uv pare b.-ing transferred there.. Al! the SCi'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

BYRON BAY SCHOOL CONCERT. SGHOOL IiTaRTS.^^ THDESDAY, 18th DEC. 1902. P.YKT 1. 1 Overture ... ... __Miss A. Jom;s. 2 Action Song, 'Summer' Infants. 3 Dumb-bell Exercises. Boys. 4 Part Song ' Boat Song ' Pupil-. 5 Action Song ' A Sailor Bold ' Boys. 0 Wand Display ? Girls. 7 Action Song ' I have a little * Dolly ' Infants. 8 Part Song ,' Bell Birds ' Pupil*. 'J Dunib'-.i'elf Display. ? Girls. I ) Action'Song UA Cat in Suliool' Infants. II Tableau \ ?' The Seasons 1 pm,-u VI Part Song. /?' Spring Song.' \ L U]'L Interval of Ten ITIimites. Pa Kill. ' WHITTING-TON & HIS CAT.' ClIAUACTEI.'S, Dick Whittington, A poor country hoy. Master R. McLean. Mr. Fitzwarren, A Lionuoii merchant Master P. Higgin.-. Captain of Ship Master J. Glymi. i'homas, a fo.itman Masttr W. B:il/.or Sailor Master A. Jones. Countryman ,. Master P. Smith. Alice, Mr. Fifiwarren's daughter. Miss F. Bailey. Cook * M;ss P. Bal/.eV. I V) II 1O T-T/-\T-Iiul \* TVT ?-- lv -S rl I I 1 V!ltl 'God Save the Kiii£.' Comm...

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Telegraphic News. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

(pele^raplK H^3 Sydney, Thursday. The papers relating to the alleged confession of the murder of Dhalke and Doyle were tabled in the Queens land Assembly 3-esterclay. The Brisbane, police are of the opinion that the author of the confession is ved four. years in gaol for perjury. / The Brisbane Full Court has up held the conviction of the Kenniffs. Heavy general rains, ranging from three to nine inches, have fallen throughout the north-western portion of the State. The loan and additional estimates total £3,000,000, of which ,£75,00!) will be devoted to school buildings, residences, additions, etc.. and £25,0; 10 for the promotion of agricultural and viticultural colleges and experimen tal farms. Mr. Car.ruthers charged the Gov ernment with reckless financing, and 1 ir-uirii v u niiiL tii-~- ivcir jAiwiuiig villKr future. The Premier replied that all loans did this. Ethel Sylvia Dobson, a three-year-] old daughter of Mr. Thomas Dobson, of Shellharbour, died at the Kiama Hospital on ...

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