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BYRON BAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 September 1902

BYRON BAY SCHOOL. The regular inspection of Byron Bay Public School, of which Mr. J. Me. Farlane is master, was made Tuesday last, by Mr. Win. Cornish, Inspector of Lismore district. There was a very good attendance of pupils, and the examination exienueu oeyonu me usual school hours. We hear, on very good authority (though noMt r. Me. Farlane) that the Inspection disclosed a highly satisfactory state of affairs very creditable alike to master and pupils, and decidedly pleasing to Mr. Inspector Cornish. Mr. McFarlane '—bur congratulations. The recent Rifle Club ball realised the satisfactory sum of £(.l Is.

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

Oseful .pints ? . — ♦♦ ? ? A beautiful autograph fan may be made by having the mount in plain parchment and getting any celebri ties you meet to sign then- names upon it in pen-and-ink. When the fan is covered with signatures n looks as though it were made of ime lace. A Living Landscape.— A miniature landscape isthe newest thing in table decorations. Get a long Japanese dish full of mould, and plant a el wart Japanese tree at one side. Shape the mould into hills and dales with your fingers, and then cover it with, tiny mosses and ferns, and any miniature plant which resembles a bush or a tree. Bits of rock and stone improve the landscape, when they are arraniret I inartistic ways. A new savoury. — Here is a new savoury which will make a change from a cheese course. Cut a rusk in to a small circle, and spread it thickly with the following mixture. Grate a piece of cheese very finely, add half as much butter as there is cheese, and whip it all up with the yoke of an egg until it is l...

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

LOCAL INDUSTRY. A f.ne examdle of the carriage duilders trade has been on view the past week at J. W. Banner's Byron Bay Coach Works. It was a hand same high-wheel hooded sulky, and built to order.' The vehicle is of tn'irely !o:al manufacture, and built ot timoer grown in line neignoour hood. It is furnished with a patent shifting seat, and hood of Crockett's drill, Much taste is displayed in the painting, the ground-work is olive green, which is very tastefully re lieved by red and tan, the general effect being heightened by silver mountings. The body is mounted on three springs, and there is a com modious rack at the back. Altoget her the sulky is a most desirable vehicle, and reflects the highest cre dit on Mr. Banner's establishment There is no need to send away from the Bay, while such good work can be done here.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 September 1902

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. ? 17 c/ a sUbsckiptioN: 10S PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE, 3S PEE QUARTER, Printed and Published by Alfred C. Kurgess, Proprielot, at his Machine Printing Office. Byron Bay in the Stale ofNezv South Wales.

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MRS. WALLACE NICOLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 September 1902

MRS. WALLACE NICOLL The house flag of the Cavanba was flying at half-mast last   Thursday, and inquiry dis- closed the sad fact that Mrs. Wallace Nicoll, beloved wife of   Mr. W. Nicoll, of the Steamship   Coy., had breathed her last. The         deceased lady was the mother of   two young children, and her many amiable qualities had en- deared her to the hearts of a large circle of friends all over the district. Details of the pain- ful event are not to hand, but universal sympathy with the be- reaved family and relatives is   expressed in all quarters : in which sentiment the RECORD very sincerely joins.

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

THE TICK AGAIN. ? A* ? In our issue ol! the Gth inst., some; reference was made to the tick, and j the probability of its reaching this] district. Since, a copy of the ''Stockj Diseases (Tick) Act, WOl,' lias beenj kindly submitted by Mr. \V. H. Cli(; it'ord, Secretary of the Creamery, A perusal of the dry document shows! I that it gives the Governor i!or thej time l)eing power to make regulations! which (subject to certain conditions) shall be of the same ell'ect as if they were contained in the Act. Certain: penalties are provided for breach of; the regulations, up to in some cases; £50 in others £100. and expenses in-' curred in the treatment of stock, or I any \vork ordered to be carried out by an inspector, remain as a charge; upon such stock, notwithstandingany change that may take place in the! ownership of them. I * # # ! The Act puts the onus oir having! diseased cattle solely on the owner of; them, also the cost of treating or fl destroying them as the case may be : I and ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BYRON BAY CREAMERY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

BYRON BAY CREAMERY PICNIC. The second annual picnic in con nection with the Creamery, — this year given by the suppliers — took place on Thursday last ; it was a great success in every sense of the word. There were fully five hun dred present, suppliers and visitors, and the racecourse — where the pic nic was held — presented a gay and festive appearance. These annual picnics are looked forward to by both old and young and they are the happy meeting place of widely sun dered friends throughout the district. The weather was all that could be desired and plenty of good things, interesting toasts, and juvenile sports with toys in galore for the children, which were distributed in a most felicitous manner by Mr. F. Bead ing, made up the programme of the day. Mr. T. A. Ferguson repre sented Mr. J. N. Ferguson Hon., Sec, owing to the latter's unavoidable absence. The following is the list of gentlemen who proposed and res donded to the various toasts : — ' The King,' by Mr. R. Campbell (c...

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 September 1902

I LOCAL AND CENERAL We very much regret that Mr. Kirk's :(Pter Hotel) health: is-. ?? not at all good,' and he leaves to-day for a change which we trust will.be benefi cial ; and tliaf we shall soon be able to inform his friends in town and {district ;th'at' he has returned, com pletely restored to 'good health again. I Mrs. Paterson of Sydney is, at * present, the guest of her sister Mrs. Jarman. We have also the pleasure of announcing to their many friends that Mr. and Mrs. Jarman have re covered from their recent illness, be ing wble'to attend the Creamery picnic. We regr3fc to announce the death of Mrs. Mary Ann Johnston, the ageil mother of the Messrs. Johnston Bros., of Lanreklale, Chines. Lance's best Advts, are never print ed they are worn by their customers. King up Telephone 54 Lismore and make an appointment with the Kagle Hoasy Tailors, The wi ather is showery in the S.j 1'j. districts of the State ami along thej (.(lasts. Barometers are rising. I A few i lays ago a meri...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS ENGLAND. MATCH V. THE PLAYERS. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS ENGLAND. MATCH V. THE PLAYERS. London, Monday. The march, Australia v. The Play ers, was commenced to-day. The following are the scores for two day's play : — Till-: Plavkiis— First Ixxings. Abel, c Hill. I) Xohle 'i\r, Hay ward, st Kelly 7-1 Tyldesley. b Saunders ~)6 Quaife. c Hopkins. I) Trumble 81 Ironmongery Hopkins, b Armstrong 6G Hirst, c Duff, b Xohle 85 I \'ine. c Trimmer' b Nfiblo 7 I Lilley, c Darling. I) Saunders 10 I liaigh. run out 0 I Rhodes, not out 11 I Sundries 1(.) I Total 85G I Australia — First In.vings. I Trumper, c and b Rhodes 9G I (iregorv, runout 22 I Hili. b'Haigh 81 I Noble, b Iv bodes 4 I Duff, c Hayward, b Rhodes 15 I Darling, c Rhodes, b Braund 28 I Hopkins, not out . 2G I ; Total for six wickets 281 . I

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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ACCIDENT ON THE CAVANBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

ACCIDENT OX TF-TK CAYAXBA.j On Monday. Stli inst., Allan Liv-i vingstone. second ollieer on the s. s.,j ?? Cavenba ' was admitted to the! Sydney Hospital, suffering from a fractured collar bone. It appears! that Livingstone was wo. iking on the! vessel when the derrick gave way.! striking him in its descent, At the; beginning of this week it was rum-j on red here that the injuries had I proved fatal1 Happily, however, thej rumour is incorrect : as Captain; Hunter who called to .see him just j before leaving Sydney on last trip,! reports thai he is recovering. i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

DEPUTATION. In accordance with the resolution passed at the last meeting of the lo cal Progress Association, a deputation waited on the Superintendent of Police (Mr. Garvan),on the 13th inst., to urge the appointment of a second constable at Byron Bay. Mr. J. E. Glasgow in introducing the deputation referred to the ne cessity of having a second constable stationed here, as the work was alto gether too much for one. He also pointed out that when, as frequently happens, Constable Belson's duties occasion his absence in the country, Byron Bay is left without police pro tection. Messrs A. E. Brown and 0. B. Ware ham also spoke, endorsing Mr. I Glasgow's remarks, and expressed I regret at live removal of Constable I Alexander. ' 1 Mr. Garvan,in reply, admitted the j| necessity of a second constable at the I Bay : and stated that, when he trans- I ferred Constable Alexander to Mur- I willumbah, he did not intend leav- I ing Byron Bay without a second I policeman. Constable Alexander I how...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

j 4 MEW, FAST, EXPRESS BI-WEEKLY 5 QFRWIPF TO QVI18JFV THE G. W. XICOLL LINE (Oldest Established Line- running from this district.) THE NEW STEAMERS 'Catfanba' andjDoPFigo.' I^ril-j X'\v, Poweriul.- Elt'ctric-liLrlited. Hi^h-cliiss and Up-to-date s.s. ' CA'VANBA.'' (i'K) tons (wirrius British Boai-d of Trade Equipment and Pa .sender Certificate). The' Cavanba' has a kiriure promenade deck, social hall, unokin/ i-o mi, hot and cokl sea-water liaths. is handsoinelv furnished — saloons md tv,-o-!jcith cabins. Leaves Sydney EYEEY TUESDAY, at 1O.;5O ]i. m., for [Byron Bay. calling at Newcastle only : due at Byron Bay about, noon on Tliurs lays. Luavos ai;ain EVERY SATURDAY, at 7 p. in., and is due in Sydney on Mondav at 4 a. ni. The iiew s.«. '? DORRIGU.' 400 toin. from Sydney. FRIDAY EVENING, and leav-'v-s Bvron B;iy for Sydney TUESDAY. ('. p.m. '' j S.S. '' AVULLUMB1N '- Tweed River and Sydney -about every eight days. Fares Sal«o«a : Keinrii il'2 HOs. Fore-Cabin 16s. ea-:li way. Agents...

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

V J f Hoards, Programmes - Circulars, Trotter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS. HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work ol all kinds, Rubber Stamps. GIVE US A TRIAL.

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

ft. %. flDarefcam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. T AND and General Commission Agent. 1 J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). MONTHLY SALE, MULLUMBIMBY. SPRINGERS, PODDIES, STEERS. W. R BAKER, Will hold his regular Monthly Stock Sale at his . * | YARDS MULLUMBIMBY. ON TO-DAY. SATURDAY, TO-DAY. AT 2 P.M. 'TTTHEN he will submit a splendid lot VV of Forward and Backward Springers, Yearlings and Poddy Heifers, Steers and young Bullocks. SEVERAL. SPLENDID FARM PROPERTIES, FOR SALE. I i SOLICITOR, &c. A.N'I) Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales and Queensland , MURWILLUMBAH. WILL attend all Courts in the Dis trict when Required. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, MUBWILLlf ,11 IS A II . Sworn Valuator under Kesil Property Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., ; i /Tn-T\ /X\yT\ /V-t/T\ ?Vv/rx ?TV'T\ 'T-, T-% /r\ST\ /T\^T\ ST^*T\ ?T*sT\ fP^/f...

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

) ' B Y II 0 N BAY. K\r«'ll-'iit .4ccoiiiiiio-I:atioii. IS--*1 Ale*-, W.rc . ;uu! Spirits. Hot oi WnlAvy. I:\ci - Att- itlU: tt. j Su ::g-lo ami Billiard Koom;s. I^xixM-iciiced aai-l Careful iivoo n. Hotel Wa^oiiiclto -.?:ccl-i all iciivais by *S-«:t him! |i:iin. 4 S this MoU'l i.s .situiited nearer to the Puciiic Ocean than ;my other in Austialia. it U nce'llcsfj to -ks:'ribi: its (.'harniH ! I AS A SUMMER RESORT. ! . A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOiv. J. Q. JUoekc -§. Coy., | i ; ! ^p Importers and General Storekeepers, BTIIOBI BAT3 H^s iH stock ! Grocery, Ironmongery, Drapery, Boots & Shoes ; CALL AND LNSPI^CT. !

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The Loreley. (Translated from Heine by Poet Thomson). [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

fphe lsor^l^. (Translated from Heine by Poet Thomson). 1 know not what evil is coming, But my heart feels sad and cold : A song in my head keeps humming. A tale from the times of old. The air is fresh and it darkles, j And smoothly flows the Rhine : The peak of the mountain sparkles In the fading sunset-shine. The loveliest wonderful Maiden On high is sitting there, | With golden jewels Iraiden. And she combs her golden hair. With a golden com!) sits combing. i And ever the while sings she | A marvellous song through the gloaming ( )f magical melody. 1 1 lias caught the boatman, and bound him In ihe spell of wild sad love : H«; sees not the rocks around him, j lie sees only her above. j The waves through t lie pass sweepj swinging, j But boatman or boat is none : j % And this with her mighty singing j The Loreley hath done. ; i

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

GO TO :- (U;S. HARRISON. FOR PAPERS

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Poetry and Fiction. Some Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

\ C/oecm ana -_ifim-m. i . ,. . , . — . ..— ? . ? Some ^ag. ^ They'll all come back again,' she said ||f That bygone summer day, W' The whiie we watch'd the goodly ships Upon the placid bay. '? They sail so far, they sail so fast, upon their shining way ; But they will come again, I know, some day — some other day.' Some day 1 So many a watcher sighs, When wind-swept waters moan, With tears press'd back, still strives to dream Of the glad coming home. :: (Jood ships sail on o'er angry waves, 'neath ' skies all tempest gray, For quivering lips so bravely tell, 'They'll come again -some day !' Some day ! We say it o'er and o'er. To cheat our hearts, the while We send our chcrish'd ventures forth. Perchance with sob or smile : And tides run out. and time runs on, our life ebbs fast away : And yet with strainiug eyes we watch for that sweet myth— -some day ! Full many a true and heart-sped bark May harbor find no more ; But Hope her beacon-light will trim For watchers on the shore i And...

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

WANTED. 'YY^AXTKD a (inn-nil Servant. Anplv \Y t-- .Mrs. J. MrKarliinc. PuNi'. School.

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 September 1902

^ — I ? -I Fancy Work. — Castles in the air Regular Military Tools.—' Files ' of soldiers. Men Who Don't or At Least Oughtn't .to Sink.— Men of Cork. Improved Setting of an Old Saw.— - Man wants but little here below,and he generally gets it. Her Criterion of Education.— Mother 'How do you like Mr. de Snoodle?'[ Daughter: ' Oh, he's just lovely — such an educated man ! I didn't underT stand half of what he was talking about.' Con. for a Smoker. — Why should the ' weed ' be considered your fav ourite painter and composer ? Because Swift sings ' Tobacco, painter of the meerschaum bowl, the best composer of the fretful soul.' The Paths of Learning are Arid and Tortuous; — A little boy out walking with his tutor met a beggar-boy who asked for a penny, saying that he was very miserable. ' Why ?' asked the other. ' Do you learn Latin ?' ' Ah, my friends,' said a good Irish priest to some of his people who had been mixed up in a fight. ' you should have more toleration !' 'Yis, your rivere...

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