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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

NEW Fast, Express Bi- Weekly Sea- vice to Sydney. THE 0. WTITCOLL LINE (Oldest Established Line running from this district.) THE NEW STEAMERS 'CAVASBA'& 'DOESRItiO.' | The New. Powerful. Eluctric-Iiirhted. fcii^h-clas.s and Un-to-dnto ss ' Cav nnbn,' (57) tons («ame.« British Board of Train Equipment and Passoir-'or Cer tificate.) The ' C.ivanba' has'a large promenade deyk. social halJ. smoking room, hoi and cold soa-w.iter baths, is handsomely furnished- -saloons and two berth cabin?. Leaves Sydney kvkry ?|T!--si)AV, at lo.-l; p.m., for Byron Bav. '?ailing at Xmvca tJ«j only, d:ie 'at Byron Bay about noon on Thursday. Loaves' again kvi-ky s.\Tni'\v, at 7. pin., andj is duo in Sydiiay on Mo:idavat4 am. The New s.s. 'SJjjsTa.srOi'' 4;K- tons,, Irom Svdney K!u'i-av kvkn'inc. and leaven Byron B-;v for Sydnev rrrsiiAY. 0 p.m.' S.S. ' Wolliirnhin,' -IVes I River1 and Sydney -about every eight, days. [ Fa re *. -—Saloon : Return £2 10s. Fore-Cabin l!)s. ciicli way. | R? iiul Jsasi...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

PROGRESS. rprKNOYEK for six months Hiding September. «.,.«, ^A 1 .itb 1002 £140,300. O HARES taken up by farmers' to date g 431. rpOTAL Number of Shareholders '| 05^ ATETT profits for I -lalf-vwir ending JiOt.li Septern iN ber.l'X*. ? ? £1603 5* V1 — THE — Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITED. :fj !--- Sussex-Street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

-i'5aves*i*?H -)3' i^mj^Sijii. I 'Ail ism --;?' ImT.un Bay. Sunday, January, ltfth, l'.»»rt. Muliumbimby. 1 1 a.m. Tyagarah ('Sir. V. Flick's) 2. .'-(). p.m. livniti iJiiy 7./)l- p.m. KDWIN' .1. DODD.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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At a Foreign Watering-place. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

At a Foreign Watering-place. Byron Bay must be the watering place of this portion of New South Wales, and it will also have many visitors from Queensland as time goes on. Doubtless our business people will endeavour to make it more and more attractive, by the es tablishment of baths and etc. Tin following is a description of life in a foreign watering place, and it is not by any means a place where one might wear their oldest clothes — ra- ther the reverse : The Casino is the centre of at traction (says Lucie H. Armstrong), and although it is not always necess ary to be dressy by day it is abso lutely essential to be smart in the evening. The English evening at the sea. with its entire absence of anywhere to go or anything to do, would be considered the heigth of dulness by the habitues ef the tiniest French watering-place ; they could not imagine a holiday wtthout a Casino, a band, and a meeting-place in which to show off the toilettes. whether this ideal corresponds with our own n...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presbyterian Church of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

[?] Byron Hay. Wednesday Kvening 7. MO |-.m. M. Sutherland MacKenzic.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weather Prediction for 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

Weather Prediction for 19O3. Mr. J. H. Giddons of ' Austral'' near Liverpool of this State gives the j following summary of the weather! for 1903- 'As 1902 is one of thej driest, so 1908 will probably be onei of the wettest years known in the annals of Australia. The first two months of the year will be very un settled, with considerable rain in Northern, but little in Southern Aus tralia. About the middle of March there will be a general break-up of: the drought, and a wet winter willi follow, Floods will occur early in I April. Spring rains will be suffi- I cient. Considerable rain is probable I about the middle of November and I the latter part of December. Resi- I dents on river banks specially warned I of April floods.' I

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. January, 15th 1902. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. January, 15th. 1902. Cavanba s.s 573 tons, Captain J. H. Hunter Irom Sydney. Passengers : — Madames Johnston, Rankin, Cochrane, Pestell, Ashney, Ellis. 2 Children, Mc Laughlan, Isaacs, McCaim and iichildren. M.hso-! Road, Cosh ran e, Glancey, Cam]), bell. Messrs. Law.son, Cochrane, Bunter Williamson, Knelands. Dalziel, Row lands. Hamilton, Nicoll, Isaacs, Rankin, Orahani. Grearson, Murray, Blanch, John ston, Portal, Campbell, Laurance. Shr.j-ell, Hewlett, Simpson, Liverton, Stakes. Loadsinan. Stanton, Lewes, Laugldan, Clancey, Ellis, Mooney, Phillips. And !) in the Steara^e. REPORT, !.\-!- Trnvi of General Myrchandiso. ? REPOR'i . I Left Sydney at 10.r50 p.m., on the lJith.l Called at' the usual Ports and arrived in Byron Bay at Noon on the loth inst. K\j)L'r:uni:'jd Stroii' South and South East Winds throughout. \ Brmm Bay BcrurtiJ . _ . . _ ? j HIRE CHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UN4WED DY INFLUENCE AND UMaSIBED EV CAIN| HETIE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GL...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUDGING A DAIRY FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

.jriXHNC; A DAIRY FARMER. (From the Live Stock Tribune.' r. s. a. ) In determining a scale of points whereby to judge the dairyman I ha vi fixed the total at 100, and then distributed them as follows : — DTSPOSUTION. A pieasant looking countenance, wide between the eyes, high fore head, showing a fair amount of in telligence and common sense, .*) points. An eye quick to perceive and an ear quick to hear any harsh, rough treatment or abusive and profane language to the cows under his care, with backbone of sufficient strength; and enough decision to reprove any, of the helpers for doing the fore-l Lroing. S points. Kindness and common sense de veloped or possessed to such an ex tent that shows a proper respect for the motherhood and maternity of his cows, 10 points. A disposition to treat the cow and her baby calf at time of calving with the kindness and patience they are entitled to at his hands, -A point. Total for disposition, 27 points. MANAGEMENT. For management, I won Id allow ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

II4iM-BIl,f-S, Envelopes, ; .'Commercial Vlr©rk of all kinds, Itubher Stamps. ! GlVtt US A TRIAL. 'fcards,, Programmes, Circulars, ?jLctter Headings, Note ' Headings, BILLHEADS.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

; 2gjp lji|§ 'i^^^B i . *^** ?* /*'Vj«fi^3r4J^^fcU^S h iv i'fc*v** * csJT^t^^*'*^^irT%Ti*'^^x***'*^'%iA-**' ?'^^^'1''^*^^^*^**'^^ ?SSS^jaiciSBiB^^^BfiW'S^^^'JMJ r '' r' ' ' - '' ? ' ? r I ! ! Wm. Collin & Sons, ; ? k,i.tiiti-:i-. ! ? I. INK OF P.Klsr.ANT. STKAM KI-JS. — -- ? | S.S. LAD\~\rrsGHA.VK.i mm^m,^j_ ? ? n,^—— ! Fi(-ipiit at l.owc^l It:H«'s. WM. COL1.IN iV SONS. LTD., | .]. WAMSl-OTIlAM. M;m;t,-vr. Ollice --'Muk'sworrh-streL'D. I.ismoiv. : I : ( I ; j ggoaECSino ? i . } Byron Bay Record. ' SPEEDY, ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

Kirk's Pier Hotel. BY EON BAY. Excellent Accommodation. Best Ales. Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. j Sample and Billiard Rooms. Experienced and -:arefiil Groom. Hotel Waggonette meets all Arrivals by Sea and Train. 4 S this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms [ AS A SUMMER RESORT. A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOR. Bangalow 1. & I. Society, j j^imual Exhibition. Tuesday and Wednesday, March 10, & II, 1903.; Complete Li.st of Special Prize? will Iv.' duly Advertised. Schedules ifcc. on Application to, ' GERARD NOBLE, Secretary, Bangalow. I I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

BYRON BAY, J| I j^_8ea SMe Resort, t ^ tf A^LeA/**§ h Hotel* t-?^ byroai ff I I ? **? $£ I ? — \ j\ y£& ? ^^ \a ( ^. \ ' ( C ) 7/1 '^ CT^HP: GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, lias always been noted as a most *g ivO^i \ -//l\ %% ' 44 conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention $* VS^_y '\ ^^/// ^ XHJ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, .light and comfort. ^ VVsN^ c^yjl #$ 1 The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are 2g* \\V x// «M tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony gw ] \\ \ / ffL ^i ' which is a veritable 'lookout' commanding, the most magnificent views of g* O u ) C S-; the Bay and surrounding country. After a- few moments in this high ?£* 1^' altitude, where all is cool .and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^ | m ' come down to the level of every day things.. Without doubt the Great »g. : ?M Northern Hotel takes a high place amongst the.hosteleries of the State, . and g£ . ^ the prop...

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DAIRY & FARM. PASTURING PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

IDffjjy/ 8c FT^l^M PASTURING PIGS. Now that dairy fanners are turn ing thei* attention to producing more feed for their cattle (says ' Sylvan ') the 4 gintleman that pays the rint should not he forgotten. Pork products are -not likely to suffer a slump for many years to come, for when production again overtake consumption it is highly probahle that an export trade will he developed and the 1 -cal markets will, thus be siudied-. It will therefore pay well to give tlie hungry porker a regular supply of flesh-making food instead of lashings of skim milk with a little of everything that is going when milk is plentiful, and nothing in particular when milk is not. plentiful. Perhaps the most profitable way of feeding pigs is to make the best use of pasture lands. Pigs thrive on any kind of pasture : they will do re markably well on lucerne, ami will frequently fatten on that plant alone. R-:ipe, however, is the best of all pasture for pigs because it grows very quickly, has a long senson,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

The mutilated bodies of a grocer named Darby, at Camberwell, South East of London, his wife and infant have been unearthed in a garden at Leyton, in Essex. The furniture of the Darby family was in the build ing attached to the garden, and the premises, were occupied by Edger Edwards, a grocer, who bought Darby's business. Edwards was brought up at Leyton on a charge of ^ committing the murders, and re manded. Lamp wicks soaked in vinegar some. 24 hours before being called into use will give a clearer flame and a steadier light than those not so treated. New Guinea, like a great part of the mainland of Australia, ba.s been suffering severe drought, and the London mission steamer John Wil liams brought last week pitiful ac counts of the sufferings of natives and white settlers and miners. Natives in some parts of the country have reverted to cannibalism, minors *l h-ive been forced in from the fields. ! and everywhere there was great pri- '? vation. The Government has been compelled t...

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BANGALOW NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

BANOALOW NOTES. FROM OUK OWN CORUKSPONDENT. Last Friday night a very pleasant little function — that of a farewell and presentation to Mr. and Mrs. W. Robinson, who is leaving Bangalow to reside in Billinudgel where he owns a farm. There were about 50 couples present and to judge by appearnnca, all enjoyed them selves. The floor was under the control of Mr. E. Jones who render ed satisfaction to all present with his usual suscesg. Messrs. Sinclair, Hawkins, and Robinson (violin) and Misses Robinson and Hawkins and Messrs. Perkins, Davis, and Garvey contributed to the musical part of the function. During the evening Mr. 'j . n. u erguauu pieacm-cu ivj.ra. iwuni son with an Afternoon Tea Service and took advantage of the occasion to say a few complimentary words. After the presentation the ' old folks ' adjourned to supper which was tastefully arranged by Mes dames Johnston and Keys while the young people indulged in ' Just one More' During Supper, Mr. J. N. Ferguson proposed the toas...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Cable News. LONDON, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

([able }4eWs. LONDON, .JANUAKY l8. The Right Rev Dr. Webber, Bishop of Brisbane, who was reported a month ago to be ill as a result of overwork, is now stated to be in a most grave condition He has been suffering from insomnia, and also from weakness af the heart. Reports received at Washington, from Cat acas, state that President Castro insists! that the raising of the blockade '.of Ven r\r* .?alii ?-* n/Atif » I » »? + l-» --i ^i» »^ ?*»._? l»^-\c» r\£ 4-\-\ r\ ?-\\ii\r\ t//j 1(^.1(111 jrWi.HO i/j 111U \-iH .TJI1JKT Ul lilt; illliUtl Powers shall precede the preparation of thr arbitration protocol. Italy and thej T''if-; ''?'-' ?'?? Ci .ieur i:; this donian;!, be-j lieving that the maintenance of the block ade will render it impossible for Ven ezuela to pay the indemnity demanded within a reasonable time. Dr. von Holleben, German Ambassador to the United States, who has been recalled, started from Washington for Germany without taking leave of Pre sident Roosevelt or permitting th...

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST Q r OT AT I OX S. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, lOd per 11-. Bacon, Is per lb. BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, KH-1. per lb. Bacon 1/- per lb. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Butter, 10(1 per lb. Bacon, llfd to 1/ per 11).

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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EXECUTION OF PATRICK KENNIFF. BRISBANE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

EXECUTION OF PATRI3K KENNIFF. BRISBANE, MONDAY. The execution of Patrick Kennift' ? took place this morning. He was : very cool, walked firmly on the gal low's, and said in steady, perfectly clear accents, ' I told you twice be- i fore I am an innocent man I call I God as my witness on the spot 1 stand that I am innocent. I am as inno cent as the Judge who sentenced me. I must thank the warders for their kindness towards me. To all my waUwishf ???* I say go. dbye.' He 'then lowered his voice and uttered the *! final words, 'May God have mercy on my soul.' The rope was then ad justed, and he stood firm, though his face was flushed. He made no sign while the cap was being drawn over his head. Death was instantan eous. An application for the body for burial by the father of Patrick Kennifl! was granted, and the funeral, which was largely attended, took place half an hou.' after tin' h- ? -;:')g. A crow:! of about 500 assembled out side the gaol, but no demonstration was made. The cost ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

THE LEADING Painless Dentists, V£-:t«B-Bii Bnildin^, I., I Sill ORE.

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LADY'S WALK. CHAPTER II. (Continued). FOR THE LAST TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

— MY-~ liADY'S V/AIiK. i'HAl'TKK II. {Co/if; nin-J). '?'«'?? tiik last T,M1.: . 1( w;«s !,«. w],u fore,,! cli*-ii- pa,,. -?*. banned tor |lf.,, JlL, ,(-(] , * ;llll.'l1'l'!IH1!l!-'f'li'.1.»n,ill,,1,mil j«^i'.«^.n..h,.|ci«sc.,lh,r: tl;,n hj; ^-n-': then she sprang. th, ...],^ t- ' Holnn.l, Wt.Jrtntl.' shi- snl,l,ei| e-nii' Lack. OJ, . |0t. Mu. |(M)k l ;«. you once Minn- i- upo.) ohe had answered ' Farewell ?' .loorK;* ShH IlJUned ^''^ th^ hol81^^1',^ f'?'/ of the -, — lllv lIJC VUjces ot the cn-nl '?? coWet 'Winter was in her h eart Kolatxl gone, SJU, mo!ine(I , 'ytotearv'forrhelasttim^, com and pale, its ^,..,v, c| in ,. , '».ir .nva.v from ATm t.m, u. ..„?,. . . i I Iwelvehours later, Ethel knocked - ol-K-mv-looku,, ()1H,v. who ,x-| m;Hech!al,ddiehei-eatrhishonr:i 'J H^not:'s;,i,lErht.L .T|j '«Mr. AVinkwoi-th'sr' :visi,:ir;;,0,ri;;,,r,.;1;:;: :::«„!;- ,^Y'»- '?i-iy, wi,ii, ,h, dK . Hi ,;. '? ? Tl.en ,m,,s, 1 ,„„,„ ,„.,„_,. :»!,,, ... - ? ? ' ' iui.se let him in ? -.1^^ I ins c,,t*^...

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