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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902
BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? Oeneral Blacksmith, ? [Established 1891.] ? o ? T7EHI0I.ES made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V. quality of Material only used, Repairs, Repainting and Trimming done on the Premises. Sulkies an«| Spring Carts built equal to Sydney. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call or send for Prices before sending out of the District. ! HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices and Full Particulars. J. W. BAjWER, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie & Son's. Horse Medicines. I i | | i Baker Confectioner, and (Senefal Storekeeper, : — BYRON BAY. — I I i i ????^^?????????^^^?BannBii I I j A Choice and I p-to-I)ato St-M*k always on view. i i _^ ? i ! M DRAPERY, i ! mT GROCERY, : Mfa* boots. & shoes, ; B\* CLOTHING, ; mm ^ hosiery, I .1 IRONMONGERY, i ^^ etc., etc. TIilliii--i y mid Drrssiiisskiu^ E-on-- at shortest notice. i Bread delivered all over the District at 3\d. per Loaf. ! PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, j ... By ion Bay. .....
Useful Hints. FANCY-WORK. ABOUT BAGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 December 1902
Uaeful .pints* F4NCY-\Y0RK. ABOUT BAGS. We are in the position of our graatr great-grandmothers, for the style o£ our dresses leaves no place: for a pocket and one must carry a handkeir chief, and one cannot always have it in ones hand, so, where to carry it ? Its too hot in ones sleeve, and stuffed in ones blouse it spoils the set, Why then do we not carry bags like our great-great-grandmothers. Dear to their hearts were these little recep tacles, and they adorned them with taste and ingenuity. They tied them up with long ribands and beautiful bows, and they held them on their mittened arms with a grace hardly second to that with which a Spanish lady holds her fan. I have a des cription of a collection of these bags, handed down in lavender, they must have been very pretty in their day. One was of violet velvet, with a wreath of flowers worked in tiny vesicarshaped flakes snipped from fishrscales. and sewn with silver thread, which thread executes divers nourishes and tendrils arou...
Poetry and Fiction. One bittle year Ago [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
1 UfyefoM ana -jTictwn. ?©ne kittle ^ear ©A|o ! The roses bloom, the skies are fair, The .songsters warble sweet, .and low, Ami all around me, everywhere, R vjalls one little ye;ir ago ! Then life was filled with joy supreme, No clouds o'erspvead love's golden sky, But now I know I did but dream, I h ?- f liiia*i? 1 1 L'f» tyi inn #i/tii I /? »i ait qt» n»A I Ah. me ! ah, me ! it well would be Could time forgetfulness bestow, And visions fade of hoars that made Life sweet one little year ago ! One little year a-jo I To-day, as then, before mine eyes The spot whereon we met I see. But only tender memories' Are left of parting words to me ! No more will they, in music sweet. O'er me their wondrous niiiific shed : A1', no ! their silence is complete. Vm- 1 am lone, and love is dead ! Ah. me ! ah. me ! it well would lie Could time iYinjetfulness bestow. And visions fade of hours that made Life sweet one little year at,»o ! One little year ayo !
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
SOUTH BRITISH FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. CAPITAL - - £1,900,000. The SOUTH BEITISH Company has been established in N.S.W. Thirty Years, and is well known to tbe Public for the promptitude and liberality of its settle ments, for its moderate rates of premium, and for the undoubted security it affords? its policy-holders. INSURE YOUR PROPERTY in the SOUTH BRITISH COMPANY. feocal dAgjnt 09. g. ^JacRson, ? byronbay ? Head Office for Queensland and Northern N.S. Wales. 163 and 365 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. W. A. RIGBY, Manager. Mrs. J. Joyce, r UP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, Week. MELBOURNE PAPERS. Leader and Saturday. andtHE BYRON BAY RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery, Fancy Goods, All kinds of Patent Medicine. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Builder and Contractor. HAVING had a large...
FLOODS OUT WEST. MILES OF COUNTRY UNDER WATER [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
FLOODS OUT WEST. mii.ks or c!h;nti:y i'Niixi: '.vatkw Writing under da to. Farrars creek (on the Birdsville ;uul Windorah road). 4th in- *m stant, our Birdsville correspondent says : J — I wired you yesterday the welcome news f of the beautiful rain we had out here. I had a very rough time of it, for want of water in coining over Mor/iey Plains : in fact. I lost four horses between Bedowrie curred had we had anything like water. Now I am stuck upat Palparara. and have been for several days, wit!) quite a sea of water. It matters not which way we look, you sou :i lake-like sheet of water, and the creeks are all running bankers. iOn Palyarara (Dalgety's property) there were a number of men scrub-cutting to keep the cattle alive, whilst at Currawilla : Mr. Watson had a number fit' men on with f engines pumping water for cattle. Of ^ course, all Ihesu have been knocked off. j The mail coaches, like myself, are also I stuck up with flooded water, and they will j not be able to got along,...
Accident at a Bicycle Race. FIVE RIDERS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
Accident at a Bicycle Race. KIVK KIDKKS INJirRKD. The biej-cle races held on the Eastern Oval at Ballarat were marred by a painful accident which happened in the third heat of the Ballarat. Wheel Race. When making the home turn in the last lap C. A. Best, of Melbourne, who was favourite lor the race, touched the back wheel of G. Farlev's machine. The iirdt-namod was thrown heavily on to his face, and at the same time Farley. C. Gipps. and F. Hendy fell. C. Dividson ran out on to the edge of the track to escape those that hid fallen, and he smashed into the fence. It appeared that three of the men were seriously injured, for blood was flowing copiously ifrom Best and Davidson's wounds, and they were writhing in agony, whilst Gipps, who was pitched on to his head, lay motionless. The unfortunate riders were quickly conveyed to the retir ing-room. Gipps sustained a concussion of the brain and extensive abrasions of the body. He was taken to the hospital for further treatment. Besides b...
Telegraph Operator Struck By Lightning. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
Telegraph Operator Struck By Lightning. Miss Annie Kerr, a telegraph operator at Kenbruck, had startling experience As the operator at Portland was transmitting a telephone message to Kent bruck, when suddenly a vivid flash or lightning and a tremendous crash of thun der interrupted the message. No further communication could be obtained for over an hour, and when connection was restored it whs found that Miss Annie Kerr, who was receiving the message, had been struck by lightning, that her right arm was paralysed, and she had been rendered unconscious. A doctor was sent for from Portland, and under treatment she soon regained consciousness and is now recover ing.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
I ? ' ~' ' ? ? ~*~ ? ~~* ~J'''~' '' '?'' ? '' ? '*~ ? '?'? ? ''' ? ? ~~ ? ''~ '' ? ' ? '4; I ' I : ! |\ ? TPP1 A WflV^ Tfl WN W ^SF -*K*T i 1 ^ A v^ s^l ^i* £* ^ ^ ITll ! I I M^ ^— ^^__^^_^_^^__^_^^_^___^__^^^_^__^_ ? j Kirk's Pigf Hotel. ! B Y R 0 N B A Y . l-x-ollrnt A««o:ici::o«l;»«io»i. Itt^t v.Ecv, Winrs, :tn-I Spiriis. 85--st oi' Tablf*«-. B^vos-) .\1*rti1imi, Sa :i|»k« aiitS BSiHiard f&oo n*. i:\|-4 ririn-Ml :m-l t'arolul ^rcxun. Hotel Wa^^oiuJtr ni--«M» ;«ll lirsval1* !-y Sea an-l '1'i-aiii. 4 S tliis Hotel i.- sit U(tt--«1 lK'iiri-r lo tlic 1'iidiu: Ocean t 1 1 n ? . m-y oilier in .\u~:j-ili;i. it i- Meeillc.-- \-.: -l«-s(;rilu- it- ( 'h.'.rin* AS A SUMMER RESORT. A. T. KIHK. 1MJOPR1KTOH. 1 3. G[- Juoeke & Coy., Importers and Genera! Storekeepers, Q^ BTHOH BAT, : HT^s xN stock Grocery, Ironmongery, Drapery, Boots & Shoes ? ? . i CALL AND INSPIXT. ! 1
THE ROYAL SCANDAL IN SAXONY. LOVE AFFAIR OF THE CROWN PRINCESS. London. Dec. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
THE ROYAL SGANDAL IN SAXONY. LOVE AFFAIR OF THE CROWN PRINCESS. London. Dec. 23. The ' Lokal Anzeiger,', of Dres den, declares that the Crown Prin cess Louise of Saxony, who fled to Geneva on account of her husband's intrigue with an actress, eloped with Dec. 24. The Dresden theatres are closed on account of the scandal. The Court has dissolved the household of the Crown Princess Louise, as it is considered that the step she has taken is irretrievable. The Crown Princess was popular because she was unconventional, and because she moved about the city without escort. She disliked the Court for its punctiliousness. Her Royal Highness was often subjected to arrest and confinement in her residence for innocent escap ades. The quarrels with her husband the Crown Prince increased on the discovery of her correspondence with the tutor, M. Giron. The dis covery led to the dismissal of M. Giron. The Crown Princess Louise im plored her father, the Grand Duke of Tuscany, to secure a Papal dispe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
^ 55*V -%) c%t) eft) 4 ft t||pj igwm lag K^onl. CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. tsuv/tj/tea enc-i-u -J7 a fait/ay, ^SvtcUit'na . t-. %. IDareljam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. TAND and General Commission Agent J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factory, Lismore, com mencing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER, 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. ~XT0RTH COAST CO-OPERATTVE JLM COY., LTD. PIG TRUCKS 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' pigs taken. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, i?i it r w iLivnrB a 11 . Sworn Valuator under llv:\\ Property \vt. ! Agent for New Ze...
1903 [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
10O3. (THE old year has departed, the new dawned, ami stretches before us a virgin pa.ye--wliat shall lie traceil rliei-eon r If we have failed in th-- past, le: us n.i; be dislwui'teneil but ,mj n.irwani wiui a .sirniiirer taithand a detenninanuii to make those fail oui-s stt ppiiiir stones to better things, pro tit liy experience, and so achieve success iii the future that looms so mistily ahead. Life should lie full of high aspirations, not only in i_'reat things but also in the small details of our lives. In public affairs, the improvement and building up of public institutions, and u sympathe tic anil general concern for 'the wel jfare of our fellow-men. During the past twelve inonthsour town has moved steadily forward in the inarch of progress, and there is every indication of a great and pros perous future before us. As the Port of the northern districts of this State it holds the premier position. Rivers are only, at the best, but by ways, while the ocean is the hiir'h way t...
Rheumatism. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
iCIioiimsitism. I About a year ago (writes the edi- I tor of 'Answers') I published a I receipe for the cure of rheumatism. I Since then some scores of people. I have written to thank me for it. I many of them informing me that I that simple prescription cured them I after having been unsuccessfully I treated by three or four physicians. I Others, who have heard of the cure, I have asked me to reprint the pre- I scription, and I accordingly do so. I Everyone either suffers from rheu- I niatism or knows some one who I loes, ami I recommend my readers I :o paste this receipe on cardboard, I tnd take great care of it. Lord An- I son, feeing that it was a shame that I such a receipe should be so little I known, paid £300 to a medical man I for the privilege of making it known I to the public. Here are the ingredi- I ents : — Sulphur loz. : cream of tar- I tar, loz. : rhubarb, ^oz. : gum gnia- I oum, 1 drachm : honey, 10 oz. A I tabiespoonful of: tin's is taken night I and morning in a t...
COMMENTARIES. STORM IN A TEA-CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
COMMENTARIES. STOIOI IN A TEA-CIT. Wrcare not clear of war or the sem blance of war vet. and won't be while the gay and warlike Kaiser can! contrive to stir up muddy waters. This t inie the trouble lies with a South American State, and it seems almost too funny that two great l'owers should lie engaged in; so serious a game as that of war with one of those bombastic little states. Not but what the Kaiser knows what,. he is about. Germany is sadly in: need of getting rid of some of her .surplus, population, and South Amer ica is a vast and fertile region, said! to be capable of supporting easily; 800,000,000 people over and above! its present population. What arej called the small Republics of Vene-i zuela and Columbia are larger ini area than Europe, and most beauti-: ful too, and whose Governments are' only apologies for Governments.; There is usually a president, an ex president, and some one that desires that position, each with their indivi dual party to support them. Its a live...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
LOCAL AND GENERAL. . ? _«« ? | Rev. C. Hains having been given! a two months vacation, Mr. McKenziej :is filling his place and is visiting 'the district, and holding the usual services in the various centres. Mr. McKenzie has an eloquent and good! delivery and is raoidlv winning the! regard of his congregations'. A well attended service was held i on Christmas Day in the Church ofj England, by the Vicar, the Rev.j Edwin Dodd. | An early morning service was held in the Rinnan Catholic Church by the Rev. Father Casey, who resides at i Bangalow. and visits the different j centres in rotation. ! On the 2l)th, December the Prin-i cess of Wales gave birth to another son, she is now tlie happy mother of three sons and one daughter. | Among the holiday visitors to the! Bay are Madames Lockett senior! and junior, and Miss Lockett. Mr.! and 'Mrs. T. M. Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs.j James Anderson, of Lismore, Mrs.j Hewitt senior. Mayor Lockett ofj Lismore. also Mrs. Smiley and! family, who visited he...
Peanuts for Poultry. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903
Peanuts f«r Poultry The peanut is one of thu heat foods I have ever fed to poultry (says a writer in the ' Texas Stockman '). it far excels maize, wheat, or oats for laying hens as well as for growing chicks. 1. Hens or chicks will not get fat on j peanuts as they will on maize or wheat. 2. Hens will lay more eggs and chicks! will grow faster than if fed on maize orj wheat. | :-. They are a health-giving food to allj kinds of poultry. j 4. They will grow on almost any kind of soil from the poorest white sand to a sandv claw 5. 'Pliey will get ripe farther north than the earliest maize. I). You can raise more peanuts to a given piece of ground than you can of maize or wheat, and it is not so much work to raise them as it is to raise corn. 7. They are the best feed to throw in scratching shed with tops and all. and hens can be kept -busy all day. They will work for them ami lay too. j 'Wherever peanuts (or earthnuts. as Ithev are sometimes called) have been tried ! . *-v-« r* j i tit ...