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TERRIBLE ERUPTION. DARKNESS FOR THREE DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

TERRIBLE ERUPTION. DARKNESS FOR THREE DAYS. A graphic story of the terrible eruption in Gautamela, Central America, on October 24, is told in American papers to hand. Recently Ferdinand Bardwell was proceeding to Cuytenango, his plantation, which is some thirty miles from the moun tain of Santa Maria, when darkness overtook him. This was followed by a terrible rmnoiiug or me «ari«, and a great column of fire and smoke arose, apparently from the peak of Santa Maria. The earth shook, and the morning showed the sky enveloped in thick clouds of dust and smoke. Breathing was rendered difficult, and the air was so hot that it seemed to blister the skin. ' For three days,' says the narra tor, ' there was almost total darkness. On the fourth day a light breeze from the south rolled the clouds away from the mountain. I then saw' that irretrieveable ruin had come over our plantation, although we were on the side least exposed to the eruption, thirty miles away. While on the way tu Champerice ...

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

The Scottish fishing fleet of 500 boats, which had been engaged in the herring voyage from Yarmouth since the beginning of October, re turning home about the middle of November. A boat's earnings for the six weeks ranged from £220 to £800. The earnings of the Scottish colony, including the herring girls and the curers who carried on business during the season at Yarmouth, are estimated at a quarter of a million sterlin'g, ' A farm of 100 acres, known as Gray's near Spring Yale, has. been sold at auction for £20 3s per acre. It was purchased by Johnston Bro thers, after a spirited competition. The Rev. Woolls Rutledge on the Protestant Defence Association crusade and Dr. Dill Macky - 'What had men like Dr. Dill Macky to gain, personally by the crusade ? On the other hand, that gentleman was obliged, to suffer indignities from all classes of people, some of whom spat at him as he passed along the street, and used opprobrious epithets in their desire to belittle the leader of a cause w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

Medicinal uses of Coffee. It is said that the first use of coffee by man was made by the prior of a convent (writes the ' Family Doc tor '). He was told by a goatherd of the exciting effects of the berries when eaten by his goats, so he thought he would trv them and spe if he could not keep his monks awake during their devotions. He succeeded admirably, and brought coffee into the way of earning its world-wide reputation. The most active principle of coffee is caffein ; it contains also certain oils which no doubt have a share in its action. Some years ago a claim was made that green or unroasted berries had a great value in liver and kidney troubles. By one physician they were used extensively, and he is quite enthusiastic, over' them in that class of disease. He prefers a mix ture of two parts Mocha and one part of Martinique and Isle tie Bour bon coffee. He puts about three drachms of this in a tumbler of cold water and lets them strain and infuse over night. The next morning aft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

» ft t ? ' CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / . / t-, ®. IDarefjam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act, LICENSED AUCTIONEER. T AND and General Commission A-?ent _l_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, KH-2. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. 'ATORTH COAST CO-OPERATIVE JM COY., LTD. PIG TRUCKS will leave the Sidings as formerly, viz. : Bexhill — Every Monday. Lismore — Every Tuesday. Eltham— Every Tuesday. Nashua — Every Monday. Bungalow — Every Saturday. Murwillumbah — Every Saturday. No non-shareholders' purs taken. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, nVRWILLVMBAH. Sworn Valuator under Real Property Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., GET your Visiting Cards printed at the 'Byron Bay Record,1' Offi...

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Willow Trees for Embankments. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

Willow Trees for Embank ments. It has been found by recent experi ments that the value of willows is very great in holding together the banks of streams. They have a nat ural affinity for stream banks, their shade is never intense, and their root systems are deep in the soil, whereby they form dense masses at the water s edge, protecting tne son from washing away, and retaining the embankments. Another advan tage possessed by willows is the ra pidity of their growth. Among the best ~ species for planting are the white willow and some of its var ieties. A man and woman were walking on the railway line in a cutting at Thirroul, near Clifton. The woman, being young,' ran and got clear, but the train caught the man on the bridge. He crouched between the rail edge of the bridge. Part cf the en gine struck him on the back, knock ing him over into a creek. The train was stopped, and the unfortunate man was picked up suffering terrible injury. His name was Arthur Griffith, and he resided at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

Jfintgan & Qllatefap:, THE LEADING Painless Dentists, Victoria Buildings, LISMORE.

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How Crab-pots are made. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

How Crab-pots arc made. The crab-pot performs precisely the same office in the sea, as does the rat-trap on the land, it traps crabs, lobsters, and various other dernizens of the ocean-floor. It is quite a primative affair, and could be made by any fisherman with a cer tain amount of patience. ' The floor, (says CutcliffeHyne in his ar ticle on crab-potting) is a rough oblong grating of wood, eighteen inches by twenty-nine, on which is lashed a rude sinker of iron. On this are arched hazel sticks, after the fashion of those which support the tilt of a gipsy's cart. Over the arched sticks is a coarse-mashed net, per forated with four apertures. Two of these, apertures are round, and con tain little tunnels, also of net, though which the crab enters. Afterwards, being a very brainless creature, be is not able to rediscover the path of his ingress, and so scrawms about the floor of the pot in durance vile, till the human biped who has planned his capture hauls up the trap and annexes h...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. January, 8th 1902. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. January, 8th 1902. C.ivauba s.s ;'73 tons, Ciptain J. H Hunter from Svlney. Passengers :— Madames Gill. Riliclifk M A-loo, Gor don, Strong a.iv.1 cliil I. Morion, Hi (bard, RichaHson. Averv an ' chill. 'Misses Chittick HibbaroMS) Tiernwool, K'.y.s Messrs. Barret (2) R:chaH«, K^v-, Hib bard, Livingston, Av-ry, ]\IcFar!ane, B mes, Brunner. Mills, Fliek, Ewiri' (2). Heat. Dneier. bhaur. Marks, Bourke. Clark. Jones K-dll.y, McX.ib, Wheaton, Xicoll' Phillips. Sieii'-', MoLonon, Walker. H-tnley, Master Brnriner. And 12 in the Steerage 10J Tons General Merchandise and 3 Prize Cows. REPORT, Left Svdneyat 1D..T.) n.ni!. on the fith irist. Cillel at Trial B:iy, Coffs Hir bour airl Solitary Islan-1, and arr'ved in Byron Biy at .Noon on tho sth. Experi enced stronu SoMtherly winds t - Srnokey C i]ie, thence variable winds, smooth sea throughout.

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PASTUERISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

PASTUERISKRS. Some trouble has ensued in fac tories (says Sylvan in the Sydnev Mcil) in consequence of unsuitable pastuerisers having been put in with the plant. Choosing a pastuer iser is not a task to be lightly undertaken, in fact only men of wide experience can be trusted to select that which exactly fits the factory and the volume of manufacture. On this subject some good advice is tendered by a dairy expert, who re marks that there are many different types of pasteurisers now in the [markets of Australia, all of which jare continuous-flow machines, which !have been devised from the butter i maker's standpoint. While such j pasteurisers machinery, having con | tin nous inflow and outflow, is fairly jwell suited for butter-making pur ; poses, it must be remembered that; ithi.s method militates considerably jagainst the efficiency of any machine jas a germ-destroyer. When it is (desired to pasteurise milk for direct (consumption, or what may be term |ed high-grade pasteurisiug, i...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish Of Byron Bay. Sunday. January. 11th. J'.lilH. Brooklet, 1 1 a.m. Bangalow, 2.;V-- p.m. Bvro:i Bay 7.30 p.m. EDWIN .1. DODD.

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DAIRY & FARM. ABOUT PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

/%n .safe — ^^-~ ^^ zr\ ABOUT PIGS. The rear half of a pig is worth 50 per cent, mo e than the front half. A pig that is straight on the back will have good hams. Don't forget that pigs of 80 to 120 pounds weight are much more profit able than 200 pound and heavier pigs. It costs to fatten too much. Sell growing pork. The name of pig has become an epithet. Its application to man means greed and brutishness. It is commonly supposed to be a scaven ger, like the puddle duck. It takes mud baths. So do men. There is much virtue in mud. The pig bathes in pools of it to coat his skin against the attacks of insects : man dips him self in it to draw out his gout and rheumatism. The pig is pachyder matous : so is man, notwithstanding Cuvier's classification. The pig is carnivorous, by choice : so is man. He} is herbivorous and granivorous byj education : so is man. These reflec tions are induced by the indignities offered a useful animal. The pig was the cleanliest of beasts' until man built ...

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Presbyterian Church of Australia. Sunday, January 11th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

PjM'xbyts'i'J.m C'hui*c!s of AiastB-alia. Sunday, January 1.1 :h l'.lOJi. ; Mullumbimby, Jl a.m. j Myocum, 2~'M) p.m. Byron Bay, 1\\) p.m. H. Sutherland MacKeir/ic. i i Byrmt Bay Bmirtr, HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIOHTs' MAINTAIN, ' UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN ; ? HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER OLORIOUS PRECEPTSJ DRAW, ! PLED3ED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. ' ? j SATURDAY. JANUARY. 1 -. U-')H i ? j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

PROGRESS. — THE — Coastal farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITED. ESTABLISHED 1.900. 977 Shareholders all farmers, Total Shares 6,027. Turnover for six months ending September, .-50th 1902 JMAQ 3QQ

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

\ Cards, Programmes, '??? Circulars, Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS. HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial AVork ol :ill kinds, Rubber Stamps. 1 GIVE US A TKIAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

A F'JI1f©Ml!'II M©MIIII¥ 1II18I12K1, I | B Y 11 0 N BAY I-]x4'-'I!--2it Aoconiiinodalioii. Item AI«'S, Wines, and Spirits. ISof «»l' TaEMrs. |]v--i'.v .\lt4Mitioii. | Supple and Billiard 2£oi-:ns. i:\pc9i--uce-l acid Careful diaoom. Bfotcl Wa^oiielK; 'accls all Arisvalw hy Sea and Train. A S this Hotel i.s rii United nearer to the Pficiiic Oce;ui tlmn iiny otlier in Australia, it is needless to describe its Cluinn.s ; I AS A SUMMER RESORT. ! | A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOR.. j i : i ! i f I j i ! i : This Space Reserved. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

BYRON BAY. j^Sea Side Mit j_ ': '? ? -'? .-? ' ?? ? ' -??' ? ??'.? -? ''' '? ?'???'.-?.??...??' y-.. ? . ? ?'-?'?'? ' ? ?' '??'?' ( ? '. — ' . ? ?? ? ' ????'.''..' ' ? ?* 1 ^LEAN'S vrilrtTci BYROAI 1 V — \ 7 »)K ' . . &ft ? .i - -?''. \ -*Vl II '5J?'HE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most || MJ 1 :| ^-i=— ^// ^^ v? conveniently situated, and well- managed hostelry. Every attention ;V& \\^^__x ^ c^^yj] ^ V£/ lias beeji given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ Iw. ; jSjfl ffi \ The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are ^ ? \ \\^ ?[' f (I ( #P tastefullj* furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony ^^ W^N. i ^ ^ which is a veritable ' look out ' commanding the most magnificent views of ^ -u ' j j ^ the Bay and surrounding country. After a -few moments in this high && ' ,'? ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one ? is very reluctant to ^ ? ?£& come down to ...

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, lOil per 11). Bacon, Is per lb. BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, KUd. per lb. Bacon 1/- per lb. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Butter, lOd per 11). Bacon, llfd to 1/ per l.b.

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THE DURBAR CELEBRATIONS. LONDON, JAN. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

THE DURBAR CELEBRATIONS. London, jan\ 5. On Saturday Lord Curzon at Delhi held grand chapters of the Order of the Star of India and of the Order of the Indian Empire in the Dewan-i-Am, the Great Mogul's audience hall. The investiture of honours was brilliant. The electric lights heightened the effect of the architectural beauties of the cham ber, and of the costumes and price less jewels of the wel!-niarslmlle-l processions and the groupings about the Viceroy's throne. Two pages, swarthy little cherubs, sons of rival Nawabs. bore the train of the mantle of the Duke of Con naught. Sons am! cousins, of rulers bore their trains. The functions of the day included an earlier reception of 30 veterans of the Indian Mutiny. Signor Marconi asserts that he will shortly be able to despatch wireless telegraph messages at the rate of 200 words per minute. He intends to establish stations con necting Italy with the Argentina. Following is the Iisr of visitors staying at the Great Northern Hotel. ...

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Cable News. PROFITS OF AMERICAN CAPITALISTS. London, JAN. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 January 1903

(?able }4eWs. PROFITS OF AMERICAN CAPITALISTS. London, jan. 2. The great Steel Trust of the | United States is offering 168,000 of 1 its employees great facilities to ac- I quire shares in the Trust. Owing | to the Trust having had an ex- I eeedingly prosperous year it divides | all the' profits after £10,000,000 with | its employees. | The banks of New York are j| dividing £1,000,000 among their | employees. The staff of Mr. 4 Pierpont Morgan, the great financier, ': receives a sum of £120,000. Apart from the profits of his bank, Mr. Pierpont Morgan last year gained £0,000,000. Mr. John Rockefeller gained much more.

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