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

PROGRESS. — THE — Coastal farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITED. ESTABLISHED 1900. 977 Shareholders all farmers, Total Shares 6,027. Turnover for six months ending September, 30th 1902, £1AQ 300

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Some kind of a shelter is badly' required on the Pier. On last; Saturday evening, just as passengers; were going aboard the Cavanba. and! bidding friends farewell, the rain) came down m sheets, drenching! everybody. It would also be a vast; improvement, and boon to the travell-j ing public and workmen alike. if| lamps were placed at regular in-j tervals the entire length of the Pier.; i Owing to the illness of his wifej the Hon. .1. Ci. Drake, Federal Post-! master General, has postponed his! visit to the Tweed and Richmondj Rivers. ' Mr. G. Thompson, representing: Messrs. Chapman it Coy., Brisbane, | was in town last week. Mr. Thomp son has been travelling extensively' through the district and expressed: himself highly pleased and inipress-j ed with the district and the pros-' pects of trade with Queensland. ? We understand that the sale of Grown lands which was advertised to take place at Lismore, has been with drawn, through the representations of the Byron Bay...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

BRIEF MENTION. The proprietor and publisher of the Melbourne 'Age' have been ordered to pay a fine of £20 each for contempt of court, in publishing articles in connection with the Worthington case. Prior to hearing a will case at the Sup reme Court Mr. Justice Real, who has heard many will cases since his elevation to the Bench, said : — ''If I had my way I would not allow any man to make a will after he arrives at a certain age. I have had a good deal of experience of old people. I have found that when they arrive at a certain aije they ibecome so much under the domination of people around them that their life is not worth living unless they do what they are wished.': Ethel Rollingson and Eva East wood, two domestics, 17 and 20 years ot age, have bee*i sentenced to death for somothering by pillows their aged mistress at Bootle in revenge for alleged unkindness. One servant turned King's evidence. As usual at Xmas we give the staff a week's holiday, therefore, the Record will not be...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BYRON BAY IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

BYRON BAY IMPROVKMENTS.| During the past six months the spirit of activity has possessed our township, and improvements of every! description has been energetically! carried on. The principal street hasj been metalled from the ' Record ' office to the Pier. The undergrowth I of bush has been cleared from the | railway reserve in front of the; Great Northern Hotel, and willow-i trees have been planted along the' margin of the storm-drain, and j many buildings have been erected. Mr. J. Wilson, our builder and con-! tractor favoured us with the follow-! ing list of buildings which he has! erected within the town ; h room' cottage for Mr Archy Marr : ti room1 residence for Mr. 0. B. Wareham ;' 7 room villa residence for Mr. Morrow : a four-room half villa resi-; deuce for the same gentleman; extensions to the Great Northern: Hotel, for Mr. M. McLean, consisting! of Mr. Wareham 's new office, Mr. Harrison's new shop, also wine and! spirit store ; the 'Record' printing: office : Mr. H. Ev...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. .SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, lOd per lb. Bacon, Is per lb. BRISBANE MARKETS. Butt-?r, 11-1. per lb. Bacon 1/2 per lb. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Butter, lOidper lb. Bacon, lid per lb.

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

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

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

! ? ' ? ~ ? '''?'' ''''??? ''~M'~ -'-???^'?^?''—'??-^ —???? ??-???- -..??— .^™, „,,--. « . , ? .^-...._. j 1 i i i A W A 'W ifftiTSft ^ 'WPli W1 Wfi rtf^T 1 na M ^T tern ^rm .^i af% ^ jrrr ? _______^^^_ _ ? i j-ii?k's Pier J^otel. ; B Y K O N B A Y .1 '. Excellent Accommodation. Best AI«'*, Wines, and Spirits. Best -»l TalMcs. Ever) Attention. ' ] i ' ____________„ ______ _— — — ^— __— — __—^_— ___ ' j ! S»:i»|»lo and Billiard K»o;us. I'.xncriciM'ed and Careful -«rooni. HoK'l \Vaifjjon-'U-- meets all Arrivals by Sea and Train. i I VS this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Oceun thn.ii any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms [ I \ AS A SUMMER RESORT. ~ \ A. T. KIHK, -PHOPRIETOR. | & -9- / / »- / / H BYRON HAY. o-o ? '? * * ''/ / '' ?** './//* -j/ffCf-j-j /?/ '/// /f/j/ y/// // -A- .y- '/''(/. ! * O. / ' / / '*??*/ / ' /' ' o a //''/ '' /t'ff-f f/ff/f/r ff f // ft /'//-//'///?// /:// //£/?( /ff/ *|; - ^A f y /ft //'/// /?/ ,? //' yrss/.j, /-i .), /r...

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

?--. i' ?'..?-.--.:? .?;:....' ?;? -?-?;: . ' - ..??? ?.??'.??-;:.??'?.?„??..? ? . ?-? . i -*? , - \ - . .?? ??._??? ? j. ? ? ? . -. ? , . '. ? ?? ? . .'. »_ ? - ' , ?? - G[Feat jVortheFti JKotel, BYRON BAY. ; £_Sea lie tort. ±__ i ? G- ? ? ' ? ~ ~ XX #& ' ^^^y/n II 2_rHK «RKAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always bei'ii noted us a most || P^i^ ) c^yil ^ 4^. convenitMitly situated, and well .managed .hostelry. Every attention ££ \AnS~_^/ '; / i \ ^ ^- luis boon given. to good .architecture., ventilation, light and comfort. £-£ VNnNsc-, ' / (/ (. #V 1 The general arrangements of the hotel are- charming. The rooms are -^V \VS\ i ^ ^ tastefully furnished. From the, corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony ££ ) u ^\ j **£ which is a veritable ' look out *' commanding the most magnificent views of %% ^ J '; '$(#. the Bay and surrounding country. After a Eew jnoments in this high .W*-: j ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ££ j &- come dowii to ...

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Water Famine at Thursday Island. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

Water Famine nt Thursday 3 Island. fl The question of the supply of water for the Island is becoming very serious. The public wells gave out three weeks ago, but supplies have been obtained from the garrison tanks till Yesterday. The supply there is getting short, and several people are altogether without water, even for drinking, anil are depend ent upon the friendly offices of neighbours. There appears to be little or no sign of rain, and it is feared that before it comes the Is land will be reduced to a very serious state. The question of a proper supply has been brought before the Government authorities for years, but little has been done, the last re port, a few months ago, only further shelving matters.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LTD. THE SIXTEENTH HALF-YEARLY MEETING. A PROSPEROUS HALF-YEAR TURNOVER £110,133 18s. 1d. THE TICK INSURANCE SCHEME HELD OVER TILL NEXT HALF-YEARLY MEETING. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS RE-ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LTD. THE SIXTEENTH HALF -YE ABU? MEETING. A PKOSPEEOUS HALF-YEAR TURNOVER £110,133 18s. Id. THF TICK INSURANCE SCHEME HELD OVER TILL NEXT HALF-YEARLY MEETING. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS RE-ELECTED. Prior to the annual meeting of the above Company which took place m M'Lea .'s Hall on Tuesday, an extraordinary meeting of the shareholders was held for the purpose ot finally discussing the tick insur ance scheme, and also to deal with Mr. Me Lean's motion reestablishing a co-operative store in conjunction with che present business. About 60 shareholders were present, and Mr. George Reading (chairman of directors) occupied the chair, The minutes of the previous meet ing were adopted on the motion of of Mr. .]. Gr.iha-n, seconded by Mr. Jas. Armstrong. Mr. McLean rose to move the mo tion standing in his name. It was he said of great importance, and he considered the direct -rs should take the earliest opportunity of establish ing a general store, on Co-operative lines i...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cable News. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

([able |4eW$. Generals Botha and Delarey have sailed from London for South Africa. General Botha in an interview said he was grateful for the courtesies he had received. He was going back to South Africa to take things quietly. Mr. Fischer would be the Boers' representative in En rope. When King Leopold was driving in the streets of Lacken on Saturday . night two shots were fired by two men who fled and escaped, but no one was hurt. The newspapers '. declare the attempt at assassination had no policy, but imply they were ? poachers. President Castro issued a message announcing that the authorities at Puerto Cavello had been ? ordered to afford satisfaction, but the message i was not delivered until the forts were in- ruins. Two Venezuelans were wounded, and the commander of Castle Libertador, was captured. The residents at Caracas are furious and ten thousand made a demonstra tion in the streets clamouring for reprisals. Castro advised prudence and good will, and swore he would sacr...

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Public School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

Public School Concert. On Thursday* evening the concert initiated for the purpose of raising a fund to purchase prizes .for the school children, took place ? in the School of Arts, and it is gratifying to report that it was a huge success. Both Mr. and Mrs. McFarlane are to be congratulated on the proficiency of the children. It is the first con cert the children have had entirely ' on their own,' and it was an all round credit to Teacher and pupils alike. Mr. Glasgow, in place of Inspector Cornish, who was unavoidably ab sent, opened the entertainment in a few well-chosen words and intro duced Miss Adelaide Jones, a clever little pianiste, whom we have had occasion to notice before, and whose Overture, on this occasion, was very nicely rendered. An action song, by the little girls, which represented Summer, was very pretty: Miss Kathleen McFar lane, a tiny tot, was crowned Queen of Summer, by a crowd of little girls all singing. A Dnmb-bell Exercise by the boys, was very good, the ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROUND THE SHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

ROUND THE SHOPS. To be happy at Christmas time one must spend a little money .both for the inner man, and in gifts to those around you. Children should have .some toys no matter how simple, it will make them happy ; and to make the children rejoice should be the parents chief joy. We cannot boast a great number of shops in our town but what we. have are good, there is something in them for father mother, brother, sister, and the little ones, and something to be found for ones-self, therefore we'll visit them in rotation : GUS HARRISON'S. Here you will find books, the latest literature, pipes handsome and plain, photo-frames, Christmas Cards, fishing tackle for a clay's sport, mer cery of every description. A splen did hair-dressing ana shavirg saloon, witli 'irmnpdinte attention. J. G. LOCKE & CO. When children enter this establish ment they are, in the language of the poets ?' all eyes ' 'for fai'ing them is a table fit for Santa Clans to pre side over, with dolls and daint...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

fpelegraptyc |4(Ws. Harcourt Ellis was acquitted at Perth, West Australia, on an alleged1, charge of wilful murder of a youngj woman named Pengelly, who died in a dentist's chair while having aj tooth extracted by the accmsiHl. ? Magnificent rain has fallen throughout South Australia, and there are floods in many parts. The mails are obstructed, railway lines washed away, and traffic stopped at Adelaide. : A Ivn'lcifnrm :\t TVI n« wnlilivnnl,-! broke down the telegraph wires and! killed sbee1) and cattle. i Sir William Lyne addressed his' constituents at Gundagai and A(le-! long yesterday, and had a very coo'j reception at both places. lie de-! funded the Government's administra-j1 tiou. Referring to the New Zealand' offer of fodder, he said that Mr. | Seddon was an astute politician andi1 was anxious to beat off foreign coin-! petition in the Sydney market'. j1 The Rev. A. E. Nelson, of Oakj Park, evolved a novel plan to invite people to his church. It .consisted! in sending telegr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ODDFELLOWS' SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

ODDFELLOWS' SOCIAL. A most enjoyable social reunion was held by the Oddfellows (gentle men only) at Bangalow on the 12th inst. About 50 guests assembled in the Agricultural Hall. The enter tainment was partly a banquet, and partly a smoke concert. The various toasts of the evening were as follows : ' The King,' proposed by Mr. W. Bannister, was loyally responded to by the company with musical hon ours. ' Oddfellow-ship.' proposed by Mr. L. Mathews and responded to by Mr. Bailey: 'Kindred Socie ties, proposed by Mr. T. Horsey, responded to by Mr. .J. Wilson : ' The District,1 proposed by Mr. J. N. Fer guson, responded to by Mr. Boyle : ' The Press,' proposed by Mr. \S. Bannister, responded to by Messrs J. Mathews, Garvey, and.T. Horsey. Some very good songs were contri buted by Messrs Garrard. Kane, P. Garvey, S. Garrard, J. Wilson, T. Horsey, and Mildenhall, with piano forte accompaniments played by Mr. Clark. There were recitations by Messrs T. Ferguson ami .7. Mathews. The princip...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLIDAY EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

HOLIDAY EVENTS. The Christmas and New Year festivities for the Bay consist of an Excursion Trip on the well-known, and admired s.s. Cavanba. Anyone that fancies a ' life on the ocean wave ' should not miss what is likely to be a good imitation or a yachting cruise, with plenty of good fishing thrown in. The steamer, as per ad vertisement, will leave the Pier at 10.30 a.m., on Boxing Day, returning in time for the evening trains. The Cavanba, to enable residents of the district to have Sydney friends with them here on Christmas Day, will. fin this iuirt,iV.7i In r phsp onlvV Iphvc Sydney on Monday night at 11 p.rn, due at Byron Bay Pier on Wednes day at noon, leaving for Sydney as usual again on the Saturday. Ex cursion Trains are running all through the holidays, so the usual number of private picnic parties will visit the Bay from the surrounding district, and Lismore. For who does not love to snatch a day at the. sea side with wife and bairnes, ami to revel in the cool ozone. On N...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

Dental Notice.— H. M. Engle den, Lismore, don't fail to consult him, the only genuine painless dent ist, and save time, money and paiir A large proportion of the cases of painful, eyesight are due to the use of unsuitable and improperly fitted glasses. In consulting our opticion yon incur no expense and run no risk. The date of Mr. Engleden's next visit to Byron Bay will be duely advertised*

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

A symbol we see in the Lancer. That popular, up-to-date prancer. Let him point you to Lit nee To rise and advance. And become a domestic financier.

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MY LADY'S WALK. CHAPTER I. GHOST-TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902

-MY — liRDY'S WAIiK. CHAPTER I. ? o ? (;host-tkstinc. It was Christmas-eve. All round Melton Regis the land was snowcovered : the north wind which had passed across after the fall had caused the trees to shake oh' the crystal particles, and stand forth in dark, gloomy masses from the white plain. A deep, clear, moonless sky sr retched overhead, from which hung' myriads of sparkling stars. With; one exception, ther.e seemed no light in heaven or earth hut., thei:- cold1 gleam. Up to sunset there had lieen merry, voices and much laughter among the skaters on the iron-bo'nnd lake, hut now a silence that felt almost mystic reigned over all. The one exception referred to was Melton Regis itself, a spacious house with quaint gal lies, tort u mis chimney stacks, and corners, eaves, and ledges, constructed as if for snow pictures quely to rest upon : many of its windows sent forth a cheering light, luit tMe greatest steamed in a broad hand from the large half-glass doors of the hall, castin...

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