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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

I *~ ~ - - - I I ?' ' (freat JVortherci -(otel, 3 #& ?* . IJaDTP^^ ' r^ DAN/' **- \ 30; ? ' ~* '? '' J™' . ? .-^- ~—rsr ? -_, — ? ? =^__ ? .--??; ' jf 4 \ *£?# ? ? ? Z ? J— r= ? 1 ? ?' — ? _—- =g= -^=-^- ' ' — ' ? W / ^^' ' ' ' * -==». ? ^ Av / ?' y^~^ J *P* -'¥ ^—. ? \ ^71 ll ^TI:IK GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always heen noted as ainost *% iWOJ ?'? V__^^/ j^V; Y* conveniently situated, and woll ..jiianaged hostelry. Every attention .§£ \C^^_^^ = c-zttyll %% ^-/ . lias l)een feriv(-n t0 good architecture, ventilation, liglit and comfort. ;££' \V\N^_ ? I y/J I v-M 1 The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are jp'W \ Vx^ / (I I ^ tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony *'J- \ \ ^k ** y$ which is a veritable 'Mook out'1 commanding the most magnificent views of #£ U ^ ) '? -?* the Bay and surrou riding country. After a few moments in this high *£ ^ altitude, where all is . cool and .pleasant, one is .very reluctant to |^ ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

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Prevalence of the Bot Fly. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

I»i-'\ siI-«isj-- oftlio Bot Fly. The fly is exceedingly troublesome in several districts at present, (says ? Sylvan ' th the - Sydney Mail/ A round Bega and on the Richmond River the horses are driven half mad by thu persistent gads which constantly maice tor tne jaws, chest, and shoulders, and sometimes for the ribs. When a horse is seen toss ing its head and striking out with its fore feet, it is pretty safe to as-j sume that the pestilent fly is worry- 1 ing the animal. This is the* time to adopt preventive measures. There is no certain cure for the horse that is infested internally with bots, but the eggs may be killed on the hair, or removed, and the danger of the horse taking them into the stomach thus obviated. Strict watch should be kept over the horses in the early summer, when the eggs may be seen on the hair. These may be removed by grooming, but the surest way is to wash with carbolic' soap, or smear with carbolic oil. A farmer from the Bega district told me the other d...

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GOOD FITTING HARNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

GOOD FITTlNtJ HARNESS. ( By F. D. Lacy in 'Farm Field and Fireside.'') This .subject is one often treated., and for the best milky of the horse.; as well as his comfort. \\i.ll often re-: ? |uire being treated again. Asa man readily realizes the difference be-: tween a good and poor axe 'to chop with, or scythe to mow with, so will: a horse as readily realise the differ-; ence between a harness that tits him' and feels comfortable ami the one: that does not. j The collar is first to c uisider. as it I is the most important. Within thej last year I have examined a great | many, and I find perhaps one out of1 live that will bear a rigid inspection.! The most frequent defect is thatj they are a little too large for the horse, coming too low down and ex-i tending too far out upon the should-] ers. A collar fitting in this wayj works at very poor advantage, and1 will gall much sooner than one fitt ing too close. A limber and flabby collar should never be used, as it creates the draft pre...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATKST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, 1 0. i per II). Bacon. Is per 11). ^ BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter. 1 Id. per H-. Bacon 1 , :2 per lb. MELiUK/HNK MARKETS. Butter. 10!,d per lb. Bacon. 1 Id per II).

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

BRIEF MENTION. Mr. John Dillon, M. P., the Irish | Nationalist leader, who has lately been visiting America, and was for some time seriously ill at Chicage, has been ordered by the doctors to take several months' rest. if Mr. William Waldorf Astor, the ex- | of the 'Pall Mall Gazette,1' has given f £50,000 to the funds of the Children's '?! Hospital in Great Ormond street, for | the purpose of erecting a new building ; for out-patients. The gift is made J in memory of the donor's little 3 daughter, Gwendoline. f Arrangements have been made for Professor Koch, the eminent Ger man bacteriologist, and two of his assistants, to go to South Africa with the object of eradicating the cattle disease which is now so prevalent there. The fees to be paid to Dr. * Koch amount to £10,000. A serious gasolene explosion oc curred in the Turf Kxchange at the Hot Springs in Arkansas (U.S.A.). Thirteen persons were killed, and thirty injured, most of them being engaged at the time betting on the races...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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DAIRY & FARM. HOW TO SUCCEED IN FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

lf-^!HV 8c FTKKJVl HOW TO SUCCEED IN FARMING,! Everyone wants to succeed in life, although many are not willing to ful til the conditions necessary in order to attain success. The secrets of success are industry, perseverance, honesty punctuality, good management, and economy. We sometimes hear young men say, ' Oh, there's no money in farm *...— ? 1 L ., 1 ,. t\ /I Z rt -*-\ f\ l~*\i nil il «1'/| /'(?111 T' lll^ , UlC ltUlll JO [JyjVl , HUM. W ^ VHil i: raise good crops.' Well, young man. if you let your land remain poor you can't expect to be anything but poor also. Enrich your land, put your should er to the wheel, and don't sit down and grumble. Throw off your coat and get to work. Don't be a coward. It is the brave, determined man who succeeds. He never cays 41 1 can't'' — that is a cowardly expression. The successful farmer loves his work. It is a pleasure to him. not an irksome task. He rises in the morning with the sun and goes about his work as happy a king. The animals know...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

Mullumbimby SaWmills. THE UP-TO-DATE PLANT IS now in I'n 1 1 swiii'. and i-wry descrip- *'* I inn of Sawn :»is«J l-i-'ssc-| Timbi'i' Null! j l'nnijitlv ;i|ji| Mi I),. -t «;t vie. IViii L:s: n:i A ;-;-!:r;u inn Glasgooi & Son, Proprietors. Wullaimhimhy A Ityi'on I5:iy. Roc; Kirs rOPlLAH VAUDKVUJ.K KNTKKTAINKKs ? «f '11 nijK visit with a fine dian-e & \- of Proirriiinin.-. j] SCHOOL OF ARTS,^-*- |; ON TUKSDAV, JANUARY C.th. m 'With the Best of All. e^' All of the Bes;. i

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A SERIES OF FATALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

A SEKIES OF FATALITIES. Two youths named Wood, who were employed in felling and burn ing off timber near Dannevoike, New Zealand, were burned to death. Their fate was not known until their father went to brinir them home for the Christmas holidays. He found the camp burned, and the charred bodies of his sons among the debris. A serious accident befel '? Dick ' Cavill, champion swimmer, \vhile| enjoying a plunge at the Farm Covej baths He had noticed several sting- i arees, and, seeing an opening for a| little sport, procured a revolver and] began to fire at them. When taking aim the trigger jammed, and almost the next moment the revolver went! off. The bullet entered one of the fingers of Cavill's left hand, and] passed into the wrist, where it lodged.! Caviil was taken to the Sydney! Hospital, where an operation was! performed. i Mrs. M. E. Newton, principal of the Wyoming Lady's School, at Bathurst, was entertaining a num ber of children. She was drussed as ' Santa Clans,' and a l...

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NEW YEAR'S DAY IN BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

NEW YEAR'S DAY IN BYRON BAY. Passed off happily judging .from the smiling faces on the departing trains, over a thousand people came here, and most of them spent the day on beach and Pier. Some watched the Cricket Match, an inter esting game between Murwillnmbah and Eureka teams. Others were deeply interested in the Rifle Match,! while fishing and wading in the en v¥ w'Mi'ii in/lnl rru/'l in mm 1 1^ f li a nv« i.J- - 1 \.. I v/ iiitiiii £-. \. ' V i ill n iiii iiiv keenest enjoyment. The weather was propitious just a sufficient sea breeze to temper the heat, which Byron Bayites thought rather ex cessive during the middle of the day, but was laughed at by Lismore residents. Altogether, visitors loft the Bay determined to come again first opportunity. THE RIFLE MATCH. The Rifle Match was the principle event of the day, and there were nhmit nO riflemen m-esenf. rmii'(--sf-»nt- ing the district from Ballina to the border. A most pleasant days out ing was experienced and nearly everyone ...

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MY LADY'S WALK. CHAPTER I. (Continued). GHOST-TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

—MY LflDY'S WALK. CHAPTER I. (Conliiiucd). ta-JOST-TESTINO. I None now said him miy, l)tit,: reaching wraps and hats, declared j their intention of accompanying him.' She had no right to take double; time. It was encroaching upon thej time of the fourth. A time the' fourth appeared, let it be said cn\ piissoit. not to regret surrendering. : Together they trooped over thej tiii'i'-i/ui / 1 i i ^i ? n t mm i' f i.) i i l1 - i i i ( I ? i 1 1 i ? \ l r tin- path to the Fir Avenue. At thej moment, above its dusky tops, rose: i In* thin, delicate crescent of the new moon, by its faint, mystic 'light, giv-! inn' a weird desolateuess to the silentj grounds, which made, one or two; faint-hearted draw closer to their' companions. Soon the Fir Avenue was reached. ; My ? Lady's Walk. Truly no! better, nor more gloomy spot could i be chosen for a spectral legend. A far-extending path, bordered by tall ancient firs, the lower branches meeting across, casting gloomy, un certain shade, while betwe...

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Telegraphic News. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

(pde^raptyc )4(Ws. A great heat wave has Ix-vn ex perienced in the Moree district, causing several deaths. The ther mometer registered up to 11-1 de grees. The Chief Secretary has received; a communication from the solicitors' acting for Patrick and James Ken-: niff, who are under sentence of deaih; for the murder of Messrs. Doyle and' Dahlke, stating that application will be made for leave to appeal to the Privy Council in connection with the ease. Ai Albany while John Howe, as sistant iighthouso-keoper, and his brother-in-law, Mr Martin, were fishing at- Breaksen Island, a big sea swept both off the rocks. Martin' regained land, but no trace has since; been found of his companion Howe.; who had only been married fouri months. ; Hugh Re:i was burned to death at; the Mann River during the absence' of the family, who returning after! the lapse of several days found the house and contents burned to the! ground, and human bones were found in the ashes. It is believed the bedding ignite...

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The Meadow Gate. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

q% Meadow -3af(. Ye- ! th ere is the -;imo old irate, dearie. Where often We use 1 lo ride. And deem it a coa:h of state, dearie. Away in the davs that died ! Ah oft on a summer's day, dearie. We've stood on it* bars a--winu. And prattled the time away, dearie. As happy as-[Ue.en and klnu. An 1 by it we later stood, dearie. ' Wh-jn love in eich heart had yrown. , For maiden-* musv --, en lie woot-d. iie.U'ie.; Andyoii had to win your own. ' Ii ^wuiiir --:i that I'riudit ~S\:iy morn, dearie. When we !o the old uIiimvIi passed. And joys for us both were born dearie. That were tl ro' nisr live^ to last. ' 'Ti- se-iiTvd by the I'.aud of A ire. dearie. And L'lv.1!! wi'.li the moss ? if years. Hut still it recalls a p;is.'e. dearie. Of life ilia*, each heart re\».ivs. An I wi;. Inn, are -.'rowing old. de;'rie. Not lontr have we now to wait. Kr ?. seeicinir the Heavenly fold, dearie. We pass thro, theyolden irate.

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Cable News. THE DELHI DURBAR. LONDON. DEC. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

(Jable J^gWs. THE DELHI DURBAR. London. Di;r. 30. The pageant in the state entry of the Viceroy .and his Consort, and the Duke and the Duchess of Connaught into Delhi, was a wonderful combination of Oriental exuberance and wealth of splendour combined with Western precision of organisation. Lord (Jurzon was attired m Lonrtj uniform, and wore the insignia of thej Order of the Star of! India, of'which he is' Grand Master. Lady Cnrzon was dressed' in white and heliotrope. Lord and Lady! Curzon headed the.procssion on the samej gigantic tusker which Lord Lytttou use! j in making the proclamation o!' Qieen ! Victoria as Empress of India at th'j Dur- \ bar of 1877. They were seated in a glit-; tering howdah of solid silver under ai golden umbrella-shaped canopy. I ho: elephant was covered with an embroidered' saddlecloth which was a blaze of gold. ; The Duke of Connaught. who was in' the uniform of a field-marshal, and the1 Duchess of Cmnanght, rode immediately! behind the Viceroy and Lad...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

AFUN..£ I ' When I marry,' said a budding j school-girl, ' I'll want a tall, fine- ] looking man.'—' There's where I you're wrong, Sis,' said her more ^ practical sister. k You'll have less | trouble watching an ugly man, ami j enjoy more of his company.' ] A sailor, who had been to a KM cathedral and had heard some very ^m fine music, was decanting panic- |M ularly upon an anthem which gave ^B him much pleasure His shipmate ^M listened for a time, and then said : ^H ' I say, Bill, what's a hanthem ?' |H ?What!1 replied Bill, 'do you M mean to say you don't know what a ?? hantheui is?' — ? Not me.' — ' Well, «? then. Til tell yer. If I was to tell JM yer,' (K:-e, Bill give me that 'anspike,' ™9B that wouldn't be a hanthem. But |H was I to say ? Bill, Bill, Bill, give, H give, give me, give me that, Bill, wM give me, give me that hand, give me fflM that hand, handspike, spike, spike. H Bill, give, give me that, that hand, WM handspike, hand, handspike, spike, |fl spike, spike, Ah-men...

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Useful Hints. FANCY-WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

Qseful .pints* FANCY-WORK. Needle Book. — Cut a heart-shaped piece of cardboard, cover with a piece of blue satin, embroidered with a spray of may, the flowers of which are worked with white silk, dotted with pink and red centres ; the leaves in three shades of green, line the inside with a piece of silk. For the back cut another heart ^hanprl nipnfi nf navel hnn.rrl rhvulinjJ1 it exactly down the middle, cover with satin and fasten to each side of the previously made heart. Two leaves of fine white flannel or cash mere are sewn each side and when closed the divided pieces of the heart are tied together with a narrrow ribbon. Newspaper-holder. — This is a most useful holder for newspapers and magazines. It is suspended from the wall by a loop of cord. For the foundation cut a piece of canvas such as is used to stiffen the foot of dresses ; it should be 13 inches' wide, and 31 inches long ; cover thisj with a piece of greyish-blue satin, Roman satin, or fine felt, which may be embroi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

BYRON BAY GOAGH WORKS — AND — - General Blacksmith, [Established 18(J1.] ? o ? TTEHICLKS 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 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. BRMER, Proprietor. Agent for Pot tie A- Son's. Horse Medicines. }{. Everitt, Baker Confectioner, and Senegal StorekeejDer, — BYRON HAY. A Choice and I!|--to-Date Stork always ou view. M DRAPERY, MT GROCERY, Mfc- BOOTS 8c SHOES, M\* CLOTHING, 0f ^ HOSIERY, 1 IRONMONGERY, %^_ etc., etc. lliiliiK jy and I-ress»iakin^ l-one at shoriost noiire. Bread delivered all over the District at 3jd. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. ... Executes all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanfts of all ...

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The Brunswick Ghost. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 January 1903

The Brunswick Ghost. The late H. J. McCooey, the bush naturalist, told the following yarn :— "At     Wilson' Crook, near Mullumbimby, there is a house in which no man, nor any number of men, can remain for a night. Some who have tried it (myself among them) have been violently struck by some thing invisible, and driven out. Even in broad daylight, heavy stools, zinc tubs, etc., have been violently dashed from one end of the room to the other by some in visible and powerful agency. I know a score of men who have repeatedly wit- nessed these mysterious happenings, but will not publicly say anything about the matter for fear of being rediculed. The owner—a German—has been obliged to       abandon the property, and can't sell it,   though it cannot be worth less than £2000. After his wife had died of shock (owing to the visitation of the ghost), while being conveyed to Lismore Hospital, the owner shut up the h...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

Louis Kauft'eld, a Bavarian glassworker,! makes extraordinary claims for a new| kind of glass he has just discovered. It I is a glass of such nature that it will not I break, that can be moulded into anyj desired form, that can.be hammered with-! out catastrophe— in. shortva. glass that willi -l)p as 'malleable as lead,.or any other metal, j WitH'ari ordinary, gdblet made of this new! material you can hammer a iiail into a tough uuaiu. xuu-uiia uoro a noie in a glass pane, and then patch it with another piece j of the same kind of glass. Coffee-pots and j tea-kettles, it is claimed, can be made of the new substance, and will no more crack, even under the most intense heat, than would steel. The Rev. Mr. Ylok. late pastor of the Dutch Reformed Church at Pipuetberg, Cape Colony, who was recently compelled to retire from his pastorate owing to his loyalty to. Great Britain^ in a farewell sermon ? to the members of his church, declared that he had been ihounded out of his congregation f...

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CANCER CURE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

CANCER CURE AGAIN. Recently we (Mackay ?' Standard') stated that a local medical man was testing the. mnlas.-es cure for cancer on several suJVereis from this dii-xa.-e in diil'urent parts of the body. These sufferers, we believe, have improved somewhat, but not suili ciently to warrant us to say thay are being cured. From a reliable source we learn that another sufTerer. whose name we are not at liberty to publish just yet. an aged man. has been cured of cancel1 in the throat by the aid of molasses. This eas-1. we learn, was serious, as the sufferer had already undergone an operation, and as that operation apparently proved un successful, the suil'erer's chance of recovery would indeed have been small but for the molasses. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain on ar rival at Pietermaritzburg received a great ovation. The Emperor Joseph of Austria in, an edict degrading the Archduke Leopold Ferdinand of Austria (Ino ther of the Crown Princess of Sax ony), who desires to contract a morganatic mar...

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