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Cable News. LONDON, DEC. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

?(?able ^eWs. London. Dec- 8. The severe weather has thrown numbers of people idle in London. Dr. Winnington-Ingram, the Bishop of London, has appealed for subscriptions to relief funds. The river Danube is frozen. All of the workmen of the late Herr Krupp at Easen and Kiel met yesterday and sent a telegram to the Emperor stating that they were determined to keep bright the memory of their master. The Yaquis tribe of Indians, who have reservations between the United States and Mexico, objecting to the proceeding of the Mexican boundary scouts, captured Ryan, the chief scout. They inflicted wounds on his body and sawed off his legs, torturing him to death. A strong force of police has been despatched to the scene of the outbreak. Mr John Dillon, leader of the Irish Nationalists, who has been illjjin a Chicago hospital has recovered. The droughts in the Orange River Colony is causing great concern, Farmers are unable to plough the hard land. It is almost certain that the Government wi...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TYAGARAH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

TYAGAKAH NOTES. (fkom our own correspondent.) The weather during the past week or so has been all that could be de sired for the growing crops and grass. Nice soaking showers nearly every eveningand the days not too hot. Thia sauartna nntnt,Oft Cl'OU is first class, large and sound as a bell, which speaks well for Tyagarah. The early crops of maize look very pro mising. A number of residents are trying to get a school in a part of this dis trict situated on the Brunswick Road, they should have no difficulty in having this granted them as there art* 27 children waiting to attend — anil more coming on. Matters socially around here are very quiet, but there is some talk of of one or two weddings in the near future, which should liven things up a bit. Now, Mr. Editor, we can send any one requiring them, some large families of fleas, and they need not be in any hurry to return sam*\ (Thanks, muchly, but wu have plenty of our own, and we wouldn't care to mix 'em. — Ed. Record). December 1...

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

Jmujan & ©laistev,1 THE LEADING Painless Dentists, Victoria Itaildin^, riSllOICl].

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BELLE PAYNE BELLRINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

BELLE PAYNE BELLRINGERS. After a-h absence extending over 12 months this well-known and ex cellent company performed, on Saturday evening last, in the School of Arts, when the clerk of the weather was in a decidedly frowning humour. Notwithstanding: the damp they played to a fair and apprecia tive audience, the reception accorded to these favourites being most cor dial. The tones of the bells had not been heard in the Bay since the pre vious visit, and those' who braved the elements were given an artistic and musical treat. The Bellringing was, of course, the chief feature, and ad mirably did the combination acquit themselves in every item, set down in a long and interesting programme, refined and elevating, and which clearly demonstrated that amuse ment can be afforded without des cending to vulgarity, and when it is stated that e\erj item was encored n win De sufficient to show that the ' entertainment was of more than or dinary meritf and all those who at tended, whether their ta...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

BRIEF MENTION. The death is reported from Mel bourne of Mr. W. S. Tyson, nephew of the laie millionaire. Ten tons of Argentine maize was so'd on Friday in Brisbane at -is bushel, which is a considerable ;drop on recent prices. ! \)v. lUarcella abducted and eloped |in a motor car with the daughter of jex-Senator Leplay while the lady was jgoiiig to her music lesson in Paris. iMarcella's friends n re. vented assist ance. Two saw miils at Dorrigp, Bellin ger, are turning out over 80,000ft. weekly, and a third mill will be established shortly. Mr. H°nry Mead, Braidwood, took a lotion by mistake for other medi cine obtained, for rheumatics. After discovering his mistake he went to Dr. Llewellyn's surgery, and while being treated expired. Henry Lawson, the Australian poet, was found at Manly suffering from severe injuries, having fallen over cliffs about HO feet high. He has been placed under proper treat ment. A disastrous fire occurred in Lin coln Hotel, Chicago. Fourteen peo ple perish...

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

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? General Blacksmith, [Established 1891.] ? o ? T7'EHICLES made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming done on the Premises. Sulkies and San-ing: Carls built equal to Sydney. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call or send for Prices before sending out of the District. j HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices and Full Particulars. j J. W. BflflNER, Proprietor.! Agent for Pottie A: Son's. Horse Medicines. j ISafter ^onfectioner, and Senegal Storekeeper, ; — BYROX JiAY. - ? W— 'T--.*|-^'. ???» i'. J-. ?!.....» ....... .. ???-?? — A Choice sand 5'|--He--I-;3l-- Si :-rk sHways an vjj».y. M DRAPERY, f GROCERY, BOOTS & SHOES, CLOTHING, HOSIERY, IRONMONGERY, etc., etc. Milliiacry s»ml Ojw^s.iisskiiiy H-:tii«i :j5 shortens ss«-!i- -\ Bread delivered all over the District at 3[d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, Byron IJ;iy« Execute.-; all (ii'di'is iii the above ...

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

A symbol we see in the Lancer, That popular, up-to-date pruneer, Let him point you to Lance To riso and advance. And become a domestic financier.

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Useful Hints FANCY-WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

Qseful {tints* FANCY-WORK. Here is an idea that c.unes from London, it is an adaptation of the needlework picture. Born of the rage for photographing everything one sees, they had had photographs taken and painted on fine grosgrain silk, me sines were paimea in in water-colour, and so \vas the water where it was met. with in the picture. The details of the landscape, trees, buildings, vegetables etc., were em broidered in the finest silk, one strand of filo floss being used. Then they were framed in little dark-wood frames, and looked charmingly old fashioned. Another idea in using them was to make these little pic tures into doylys, and send them as presents to the house from whence you had taken the sketches or photo graphs. The doing of them looks more difficult .than it is, The whole pic ture is first washed in in colour, and you embroider in fiat long and short stitch the details of the landscape. Trees, are usually expressed in the tinest of French knots. Sewing silk is often ...

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

MARKET REPORTS. ? ♦♦ ? LATEST QUOTATIONS. ! SYDNEY' MARKETS. Butter, lid per II.. Bacon. Is per lb. MELBOURNE MARKETS. s Butter, lid. per II). Bacon Is per II -. BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, Is per 11). ; Bacon, Is per lb. ' i

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

AFUN.^. His Ears Didn't match. — l I wish you hadn't had y:mrhair cut so sho-r, Harold !' (-x::l-iiinefl the y:-uug wo man, turning from him involun tarily. ?What diffi.-enct' does it mako. nearest . hsk'-'u nu.Mw, «i.u mm1. - anxiety. ? You — you have destroyed an il lusion,' .she sighed. ' That is all.' ? You didn't think I was a poet, did you, Ckr.v, b -cause I wore my hair long ''' ? No, I neve:- suspected you of 1 ic ing a poet.' ? No:4 an arti.s: ? 'No.' ? Then what illusion haw.' I des troyed '? ' he demanded. ? Perhaps I should say, Harold.' sh? answers I, with tears in he:- voice. ? that you have unconsciously re vealed a fact, I never suspected, dear. Your ears don't match ! She : ' Here is my iww photo graph.' — H' : * Beautiful, thrice beautiful ! Slvwing you an angel : but the limner an earth-born clod.— Shi' : ' Why do you say that, sweet Y '--He : , B.-'C-.ius'; — ? She : ' Because '.what, foolish Y — H? : ' Because ?why, l-ei'an-;e, darling, with you as a 'subject 1 ...

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Poetry and Fiction. The Wife's Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

\ --Sw/Mj ana r-/'icfa/n. (pfy? (life's Christinas. Ah how can vou speak so cross. Charley ? It isn't kin*} or right : You wouldn't have talked a year ago As you have done to-night. You wonder to see me sit and cry Like a baby vexed you nay, When you didn't know I wanted a «,'ift. : Nor think about the day. Hut I'm not like a baby. Charlie. Crying for something tine : Only a loving woman pained J Could shed such tears as mine. : I For every Christmas time till now j And that is why I grieve | Lt was you that wanted to give. Charley, j More than I to receive. And I would not have cared to-night. Charlie. How poor the gift, or small. Had you only brought me something, to show That you thought of me .it all. The merest trifle of any kind. That I could keep or wear : A flimsy bit of lace for my neck. Or a ribbon for my hair. A pretty story of lovers true. Or a book of pleasant rhvnie : A Hower or a holly-branch, to mark . The blessed Christmas-time. But to be forgotten. Charlie ! I Tis ...

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Growth of the Brisbane Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

4* row ill of the Brisbane Tra-ii\ The grmvi.h of the tm.de between Brisbane ami the Richmond has been remarkable, while at the Clarence i: has been equally expansive. The car goes from Queensland to the Clarence have increased beyond expectations, and the State is receiving at the rate of between .-t'-iOO to £'.')( )(- per month under Inter-State credits. Sugar, spirits, beer, bottled liquors, Spa 'wa- ters, and hardware comprise the bulk of the imports to that river. On some lines especially the freights are about 30 per cent, below what has been paid, and if the Brisbane mer chants can influence some of the Home liners to make Brisbane a por; of call it is stated that many of the indent orders coming via Sydney, would he imported via Brisbane. In the V'arney l'arkes divorce case the petitions of both parties have been difiinissed.jbut the co-respondent was found guilty of adultery. Parliament if possible will be prorogued this week or if not this week, on Tuesday next. The rain r...

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

SHIPPING MEWS; On her last trip from Sydney to the Richmond River, the Tomki struck some hard substance when be tween the Manning and Crowdy Heads. She was placed in dock on return to Sydney, and found to be damaged rather badly. Mr. G. W. Nicoll, 'the well-known ship owner, was in Murwillumbah yesterday. Some weeks ago he was not at all well, but a trip to New Caledonia has improved his health considerably. Mr. Nicoll speaks in glowing terms of New Caledonia. The cli mate is good, and it is a new world. Within three days after leaving Syd ney,' you are, to all intents and pur poses living in the south of France. I iv view of the present bad condi tion of the Tweed bar, Mr. Nicoll intends, until some radical change for the better eventuates, to deal with-1 general cargo- from Sydney to Murwilkimbah with his bi-weekly service from Sydney to Byron Bay. leavinir Svdnev everv Tuesdav and Friday. Fie will receive only Mur willumbah cargo by these vessels, and it will be forwarded on to i...

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Care of Canaries. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

i Care of Canaries. ! t Of all caged birds canaries seem the favourites, so a few words on their treatment will not be amiss. Theyj should always be kept in even tem perature. Though cold is bad for them, excessive heat is even worse, and many a one dies of sunstroke through being left unshaded during the hot months of the year. I. hey j should be partially covered over at' night, and during the cold weather only a small aperture should be left for the fresh air to enter by. They; should be fed with canary and rape, seed and a little green food. A rusty' nail in the water acts as a tonic, andj prevents sickness. During the coldj weather a portion of egg food should ? be given to them every day. This, is made by pounding three, milk! biscuits into powder and mixed with: a hard-boiled egg. It will keep for a| week in cold weather. Some grit should always be placed in the cage, as well as seed and water. The birds' will pick it up eagerly' and it will' help their digestions. Sugar is n...

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MULLUMBIMBY, NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

MULLITUIBIlflBY. NOTES. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. An enjoyable evening was spent on Thursday at the Bank of New South Wales, when a number of gentlemen assembled (leading residents) to wish success and prosperitj' to the branch recentlv onened here, bv Messrs Levie (Lismore) and Newman (Mur willumbah). Mr. Thompson, the appointed manager, arrived from Sydney on Tuesday and assumes control on to-day, with Mr. Jauncey as accountant. The Public School Concert event uated on Tuesday night in the School of Arts to a fair audience. The cantata ' Hunt the Thimble,1 was given very creditably by the children, also a dumb-bell display by the boys. The effect of the cantata was marred by the rain, at intervals entirely drowning the voices. Miss Cornish and Mr. Anstey have had many difficulties to contend with, and much praise is due them for their efforts. A number of people are suffering from an affection of the eyes, caused in most cases by the bite of a small tly, which seems to be poison...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

' . f - ? ! ' CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. \ / / // , 1b. 3. MPareljam,' BYIIOX 13 AY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Proper! v Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. TAN..D and General Commission A.tfeni .J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). ' . ? , NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will. lie prepared to receive Cream at the new Faotorv, Lismore. com iiieiieini? WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER, I'll )2.- ? W. H. CLIFFORD. Secretary. ? I 'TVTORTH COAST CO-OPERATIVE .IN COY., LTD. I»IG TKIWKS will leave the Sidings as formerly, viz. :; Bexhill Every Afouday. I Lismore' Every Tuesday. ! Kltharn Every Tuesday. ! Nashua Every Monday. ! Bungalow Every Saturday. Murwilhunbah Every Saturday. No non-shareholders* pi«rs taken. i W. II. CLIFFORD, | Secretary. ? j R. C. E'\VIN(J, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, m u k w i i, r i i?i i: a ii . ; Sworn Valuator mirier lt«»ai Properly Act. Agent for New Zealand Insu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

Jtnujan & ($lai$tei\ THE LKADINC Painless Dentists, Victoria Buildings, IJ^IOKE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

FISHING Irand ©cean Excursion,! BOXING DAY. 26, INST. i From BYRON BAY PIER, j The Magnificent New Powerful). ss CRVflNBfl 600 TONS. j Is appointed to Sail from the ' Pier, at 10.30, a.m. . ! ? _ ? _ i WEATHER PERMITTING. : MAKING atrip to COOKS ISLAND.! and remaining about the fishing1 gro:inns, aim returning to tne r-ay in good time to suit the evening trains. I ^i«ht refreshments can lie. obtaine 1 on board. TICKETS 5s. each. From M. McLBAnTotW. NICOLL, Great Northern Hotel, Byron Bay. the i:\-;b,isii. .Scottish »u«i Al'STKALIAK BAXK, I, I. Ill TED. 4 BRANCH --f this Bunk is open A every FRIDAY, at MUL LUMBIMBY, from 10 ;;.:n. to .'{ p.m. Also at BANGALOW every Wednes - lay. For the transaction of all usual Banking business. A. E. BKOWX, Manager, Byron Bay Branch. BANK OF XEW SOI Til WALES. 4 BRANCH of this Bank is now! j\. open at MCLLUMMMBY, inj Mr. Albert Belson's new premises,' for the transaction of all usual hank-! ing business. .i. b. newman. pro. Manager. Mullumbimby. 4th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

Bus. Harrison, GREAT NORTHERN MOTEL 1 1 A IRDRE8SING S A LOON . All linos of best Tobaccos, and Fancy Goods kept in Stock. Visitors to the Seaside can always rely upon procuring the best Fishing ' Tackle. Cards T Cards Call ami inspect our stock of Christmas Cards, in galore. Latest designs and novelties. i Mercery in groat variety, and of Very Superior Quality. Local Agents for the undermentioned Newspapers : — Sunday Times, Referee, Truth, Bulletin, R.R. Times, Byron Bay Record. ' i l Jim Wilson, Builu-r and Contractor, j HAVING had a large experience, and prepared to advise as to thej most suitable! Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for; all kinds of Buildings, ; r Repairs to Buildings, ; Furniture, Joinery, ! LATTICE 'WORK. A ? . SPECIALITY.; WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS XMAS GUEKTINGS. I. YOUNG, -« irony roiri1, fruiterer, ('oiift'rtioncr, ami Produce Tlorcliaiit, ltVKO\ BAY. — ??—— — — — — n . ^ | (1 RKAT display of Xmas Groceries, F...

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CHRISTMAS 1902. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

CHRISTMAS 1902. BKFORE another issue of the Record Christmas-tide will have dawned and' failed into the past, with some it! will leave gay memories, with others; sad. Sunshine -and shadow we; must meet hoth upon life's road.j Christmas is the Christian's mile post, it is at this time he pulls him self up and asks himself if he is acting as a Christian should act. And, in nine cases out of ten or, perhaps in the whole ten. he owns; up he isn't, and thinks he will try to! do better in the coming year. But,! somehow. Christinas feelings are likei Sunday feelings, and they do not! last through the year or the week,! and we find it almost an impossibil ity to carry these resolutions for good into oar workshops and various ( business'. Yet, we would that it i were not so. Peace, goodwill toward - men, 'tis long since those words were i spoken, yet we all feel an inextin guishable yearning to act up to them and to ' do unto others' as we would; they should do unto us. [' Comes faint and fa...

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