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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr. 1. Smith, auctioneer, has re moved into his new and commodious premises, near the Imperial Hotel, Muiwiilumbah. We have received a copy of the Gniftoii Ar^us. This journal has recently changed hands, and its pie seiit . p-.inrietnr is Mr. T. M. Shake speare. Th' Aii-iis is a broad-sheet, well printed, bright. an(\ newsy, and we wish Mr. Shakespeare every I success in his new venture. Walker's Richmond and Tweed Directory. — This work is now near completion and will be ready for isy.ie in about a week or two. The name.-.; of all tlie local agents will app- -ar at the same time. Being the' (irst attempt of the kind it has en tailed a great amount of labor, and considerable expense, in compiling r.he matter. The illustrations alone must ha ve been a heavy item. We hope that the reception which will be accorded to it by the public will co:::p-.:.;sate Mr. Walker for his am bitious venture. it is quite time the Town Pump was placed in position, what use is the troug...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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One Backward Glance [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

©ne Backward Qlance* '''? ££*?'»? '-*l™«-. athwart a veil of While han Is :i!... ,.| l!t.U ; ,?...,, Ill V sweet. Theanut-vdonds aredriv,,, „ or .,?,:? mm, Hie l»lifik-ni.ir rain has ,|Iien«-l,M j^ dazzlnm hudit : lJK-hiSarts!iiiU usedtolovr and in-u! ?,. one. ll Are sever'.! in iji,. .,.,..1,,. .. ,., 0:.., l«i.;fcW!lI..1 £r!:i,,c-...h...ro:-._. ,v- ,.,.-„ ,„,;„ = had lonely heart upon itssepY;,t-- ro-ul ' 'know''''1'' !''k h:' ! m'V Hlway!:; ineuee.,.at JfsnaN ,„,,.., il{,.lin ,,.,, 'i ''?yonder month, the !,)Vl.h. y|(,.vilJl, ,:;:;;:i:n:ir'-li;K' ?^^^ my *.,.-,?;, F^£'» :«? '«' tha: .,„,, „,,, U,1()!I, ('i:- ii. L«.i;j:.Ua,;

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

COMMENTARIES. SEVERAL German newspapers are; impatient at tin: delays in settling the j Venezuelan claims,' MONROE and attack the Mon-j DoCTIUN'E. roe doctrine. The; newspapers declarej that (jermany has always repudiated ilie doctrine, and, moreover, that the So;sMi American States do not recog nise the United States as the su preme authority, i The Monroe doctrine is quite simple and was formulated as a prin- j cipl' by President Monroe in 1828,1 and has since been recognised and! upheld as an unwavering policy iiv all his successors in the presidenta! otlico. It. is fully recognised by j ivi:,'!and, and is as follows: 'That .is a principle the American contin ents by the free a-ul independent [ p t.-iition which they have assumed -.;nd maintained are henceforth not to be considered as subjects of fu !'!!!??- l'/ ' I i'iII IJ'lf W in l\\* 'III V M ll llAI^AM n \. '^. i \ V ;p'winiuiwu »»\ ill) ) jjii l UUVjil J 1 powvr.' That is the much (.lincusned Monroe doctrine in brief, and a...

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

-§\FUN./|L A languid .--well was visiting .1 charming young lady, and as they sat on (.'it her side of the fire his heart was full of a burning desire to sav something not onlv compli mentary, but brillianily Hanerm.u. So afror revolving the matter in h.s mind, he said : 'Ah. Miss Lillic, why are those tire-tongs so like me'?' — He meant her to guess, or he meant i-- tell her, ? Because they glowed in her service.' or were ' prostrate at her t'eei.' or something of that kind. — Miss Lillie, looking solemnly de mure, said she didn't know unless it was because they had two thin legs and n brass head. H' was gropiuy blindly for the front door before she had recovered from the shock of her own volley. ' How many storeys are there in this house ?' inquired a gentleman of a landlord with whom be was bargaining about the purchase of the dwelling. — ' Four,' answered the ?landlord. — ' Four?1 repi-ated the pur chaser. ' I am sure I saw only three.' — * Yet.' answered the landlord. ?' there ...

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Useful Hints. COOKERY. THE POTATO. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

Qseful fHnts* COOKERY. THE POTATO. Vegetables form an important fea ture in the daily regimen, and play a significant part in connection with the well-being of the human system (says the ' Delineator'). They car ry directly irom .Nature s laboratory many medicinal ingredients essential to the reinforcement as well as the purification of the blood. The list of vegetables at all seasons is a lib eral one, and their possibilities of presentation are limitless. The most valuable ingredient con tained in the potato — potash — lies close to the skin : ami yet this es sential portion of the vegetable is usually thrown away. The sharpest of small vegetable knives should be used in paring potatoes in order that only a mere shaving should be re moved. New potatoes should not be peeled at all, but simply well washed and put on to boil in tln'ir skins. They are to be put down in water which has reached the boiling point-, salted in proportion of about a tea spoonful of salt to two quarts of wat...

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

SOUTH BRITISH FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. CAPITAL - - £1,900,000. The SOUTH BRITISH Company has been established in N.S.W. Thirty Years, and is well known to the Public for th« promptitude and liberality of its settle ments, for its moderate rates of premium, and for t he undoubted security it affords its policy-holders. INSURE YOUR PROPERTY in the SOUTH BRITISH COMPANY. Isocal eA^nt 09. 13. ^acRson, ? ByBONBAy ? Head Office for Queensland and Northern N.S. Wales. 168 and 365 -|l KK\ STRRET, BRISBAXEo W. A. RIG-BY, Manager. Hlrs. T Jojee, e UP-TO-DATE NEWS 'agency AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. SVDKEV PAPERS, Town and Country. Sydney Mail, Kveninir News. Daily Teleir.aph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomoran^. 'Worlds News. umsKvvc: papers. (?oiirier. Daily Telegraph, Queenslamler. Week. HKI.BOt 'KXK PAPERS. Leader mid Saturdav. AN1W BYRON HAY* RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, (Jrocory, Ironmongery Drapery. Fam-v (loo, Is. All kinds of Patent Medicine. BAKKK AND COXFWTIONKK. HAVI]\T(i had a larj^e experi...

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THE KENNIFFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 January 1903

THE KENNIFFS'. ONCE more the law has been vindi- cated, and the decision of Judge and jury upheld. And the law must be upheld, crime sifted to the bottom, and evil-doers punished or no man's life will be safe. Though among a certain class it now seems to be the rule to protest against, and impugn   the decisions of both Judge and jury, yet : trial by jury is the great- est blessing that the people of mod- ern time know. If these protesters and agitators would reflect for a moment upon the time when the verdict of guilty or not guilty rested upon one man " dressed in a little brief authority " they would freely admit that fact. But they will not reflect, they are carried away by the impulsive feelings of the moment, therefore they err. The crime was a terrible one, and un- called for, for had these men sur- rendered to Doyle and Dhalke when called upon their punishment would but have been a short imprisonment. Take your minds for a space from these two men, Patrick and J...

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A Monkey's Sagacity. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

A .lfonk--y's Sagacity. From Baroua comes ;i wonderful story of a monkey's sagacity. A wild langur imnkey in the cantonment had been mauled by a dog. After it had got free this iiitelligent simian made its way to the hospital 'rounds, a quarter of a mile distant. Here it rested in a tree until evening. At 7 p. iu.. seeing the coast clear, it quiet ly came down and went straight into the I hospital. whei»e, without any further hesita- I tion. it took possession of a vacant bed. I The hospital assistant tried to turn it I out. but it w;is of no use : and as he could I Hi id noinile providing for the admission I of monkey patients, met the case by havijig I the bed with the monkey on it removed I out to the veranda. The following morn. I ing the medical officer, on his visit to the I hospital, found that the poor animal had I been very badly bitten. He ordered some I laudanum to be put into its drinking water, , I in order relieve its suffering. The ani- I ma! drank it readily. I In th...

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MY LADY'S WALK. CHAPTER III. (Continued). IN THE SNOWDRIFT. TO BE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

—MY— IiRDY'S WALK. CHAPTER III. (ConliiuicJ). IX THE SNOWDRIFT. TO BE CONTINUED. ' I was captured ; the torrent had swept Gerard Douglas's body to the sea, but there was p;1©:)! e.iough of his death, and how lie had died. You know rlie cud, my darling — Sir Ughtred told you. For years ' now I have dwelt here a i-eclu.se. unable to face my fellow-man. ? Gerard Douglas's vengeance willj pursue me ro the grave.' i ' .bather, said Kthel, sot tly,' you' xvcre mad — you neve:- meant this! crime. You have repe.uted -. your 1 i f _* sh.ill n-)t- b-- lonely a,uin. I say. Heaven forgive Gerard Douglas.! It was he who most needed pardon.'*! The 'weeks passed, but no word: came from Sir fTghired. Ethel had| written ; there had been no reply. j She under.sto'xlhe held her unpanlon-j able. Of Roland Goldhm-Ht shej ? lizard nothing. : ' S ?unetim?:-.; she wondered if helovedi he:- still r — X off 'tided, he had forgot-j ten her, or taken oive to his affections! he deemed more worthy ! She toldj he...

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Poetry and Fiction. Night Song. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

\ .tJK-cim ana -^ficfam. \ [?] Mother, n~-w s'n j me t- rest, For tue long, Ion,' day is uone : Fold me to sleep on thy breast, As the night ioUs up the «un. For my heart is heavy with fear, And my feet are weary with pain, Hide me irom life's lengthened years Fold me from weeping away, liiest*. ttowers, so olesscl and sweet. I've gathered froai far and near : I lay them all down at my feet— They are wet with in.my a tear. Bat. mother, now sing me to rest, Take back the lone chill, tire 1 with playin,' : Fold me to sleep on thy breast — All the day long va:nly straying.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? General Blacksmith, ? [Established 1891.] ? o ? TTEHICLES 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. BflflflEH, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie & Son's. Horse Medicines. i y{. Everitt, Bafter Confectioner, and ©enetal Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY. — A Choice and Up-to-Date Stock always on view. f DRAPERY, GROCERY, BOOTS & SHOES, CLOTHING, HOSIERY, IRONMONGERY, etc., etc. Millinery and Dressmaking Done at shortest notice. Bread delivered all over the District at 3Jd. per Loaf. ~~ ' v PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. ... Executes all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanfts of all D...

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A Royal Romance. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

A Royal Romance. The London correspondent of the San Francesco ' Examiner ' is res ponsible for the statement that Mr. Austen Chamberlain, eldest son of Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, is in love with Princess Victoria, second daugh ter of King Edward of England, and that the Princess Victoria of Wales is in love with Austen Cham berlain. At various times the Prin cess was reported to be engaged to Prince George of the Hellenes, Gover nor of Crete, but he is her first cou sin ; to John Baring, Baron Revel stoke, but he is only wealthy. Aus ten Chamberlain is PostmasterGene ral, 39 years old, handsome, serious, ambitious, heir to a fortune, and in telligent. It is also said that the King regards him with affectionate interest. The Princess Victoria is remarkable for the simplicity of her tastes and love for manual labor. She is 34 years old. The 'Times'1 correspondent at Tangier is sheltering 150 women and children in his house at that port. The Fashia tribe endeavoured to attack the house, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

CIRCULATING LARCELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. t-. B. UPareljam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. I' AND and General Commission Agent J_J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — ~W7'E wil1 h(i PrePared to receive Cream V V at the new Factory, Lismore. com mencing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER, 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. ?VTORTH COAST CO-OPERATIVE IN COY., LTD. PIG TRUCKS Avill leave the Sidings as formerlv. viz ? Bexhill— Every Monday. Lismore— Every Tuesday. Eltham— Every Tuesday. Nashua—Every Monday. Bangalo w— E very Saturda v. Murwillumbah- -Every Satvrday. No non-shareholders' pi-rS taken W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWIISTG, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, JWT U RWILLUMB A II . Svroin Valuator under Real Properly Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., C'^i ET your Visiting Cards printed T at the 'Byron Bay Record' Off...

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CLUNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

CLUNES. There was a great Anglican meet ing here last night, the 'public hall being crowded. A farewell address was presented to Rev. Mr. Dodd on the occasion of his departure fromj the district, applauding his work. A I very warm welcome was extended toj . Rev. Mr. Knox, the new pastor. Aj masterly and most telling opening address was delivered by the Rev. Mr. Johnstone from the chair. The Revs. Dodd and Knox re turned thanks, the latter's occasional humour causing much laughter. The Rev. Mr. Cameron (Presby terian) welcomed Mr. Knox, and con gratulated the Anglicans on their enterprise. The speaker caused a mild sensation by a scathing criti cism on the apathy of the local Presbyterians and the lack of ade quate precuniary support accorded their minister. Mr. A. E. Brown (Byron Bay) said I Mr. Cameron's remarks also applied to Anglicans, who should be ashamed of the miserable stipend provided the Rev. Mr. Dodd. Much enthusiasm prevails amongst the Anglicans of the new parish, who ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

'VTEW.Fast, Express Bi-W«ckly -L- Service to Sydney. THE & W. NICOLL LINE , (Olilest Established Line running from tins district.) THE NEW STEAMERS u€AVAftH3.V & ' DORECIOO.' The Now. Po-.veriiil. Electric-lurhted. tlujh-'jliiss and Up-to-date s.s. 'Cav-| «tlba,' I))1.) tons (.carries British Board ol: Tra-'e E iiiiDin^nt, an 1 Pusonvjur Cer tificate.') Tiuj ?' (Jiviin'ia' hut a lanjo ' promenade deck, social hall, smoking room, hot ;-.ni cold Koa-warer baths, is hundso.nely nirai.-ihod- -saloons and two borih cabins, leaves Sydney kvkhy t-;:-'.S!»av. at- in;}) p.m., for Byron Biy. '?illiiiL,' at N i-.vcastlo only, due at Byron Bay about noon on Thursday. Leaves -.yjni'.x kvkkv satukmay. at ~i. p.m.. and i^due in Sydney on Monday at 4 a.m. The. New s.s. 'fl-i-rresiij«,' 400 tons, from Svdney ki:i!-ay f.vF.nis'c. and leaves Bvr-m Bav i'or Svdn^v tu-:sm..\y, -- iun. S.S. ' Wollu nbiu,' -'l\vea-l E':ver a:id Sydney about every oijtht days. Fares.— Saloon : Hc'tnrn M'2, ...

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TWEED RIVER BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

TWEED RIVER BAR. ( From Wednesday 14th 'S.M. Herald') Communication with the Tweed River by sea has been almost completely suspended for some time past owing to the condition of the bar. It appears from the state ments of those who trade to that river that the ordinary channel at the entrance has been seriously altered in its character during the past three months. In the past mariners could always rely on 8ft, to 8ft. 6in. of water on the bar at the spring tides, but about three months ago there v began to form a great flat of sand^ practic ally right across the entrance. This state for in the past the rush of water from the ranges has always proved sufficient to create a scour. The steamers Duroby and Augusta, both of which arrived at Sydney yesterday, had been detained behind the bar for three or four weeks, and it was not until Sunday last that they were able to cross out. The steamship Wollumbin, of Mr, (x. W. Nicoll's line, left Sydney three weeks ago, and was timed to reach t...

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

-^i52BTi: »a Shticiajid. !J,\iM-H ()F l-Yi{(J.\ 1'5a V. Sunday. January, 2'nh. l'.HiH. liyron Bay ( H .(',. ) -S ;i.m. Ban.traiow. 1 1 a.m. Newryhiir, 'J.1'0. p.m Jiyron Bay 7. .'50 p.m. ivIAVIX .J. DODD.

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How to Cook a Crab. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

How to CJook a Crab. There is one very interesting cir cumstance (says Cutcliffe. Hyno in ' The gentle art of Crab-potting') in connection with the the crabbing on the Yorkshire coast which cannot fail to be of universal interest, inas much as it relates to the food aspect of the matter. This is that the cook ing of the crab differs materially from the method which is adopted on otner parts or me coast, it is tne ! practice in certain districts to place the crabs in cold water and then heat it to boiling point, the unfor tunate creatures being by that means slowly done to death. The recom mendation of this system is under stood to be that it enables the utmost delicacy of taste to be retained in the crab for the subsequent enjoy ment of the cousummer. The York shire crabs are more fortunate than this in their departure from the world. They are taken from the salt water and put. into cold fresh water, a change which has the sin gular effect of drowning them. When life is extinct the ...

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Presbyterian Church of Australia. Sunday, January 25th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

S'rewSjyjt'B'saa (IiiiitI: of Asa^ti'alia. Sunday. January, i^ih. l'.lOH. Byruii Bay. II a.m. Myocuui. *J.;»0. jj.in. .Miillumliiiiiby. 7. HO p.m. H. Suthei'land .Maclvt'iizie.

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The Silk Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

The Silk Industry. If Mr. Lance, the Commercial Agent in London, is correctly informed, the silkworm and silk industry arc not likely to find a profitable habitat in Australia Italy, it seems, is the home of cocoon spinnin ,r. an 1 whito cocoons are the only sort imj orted into England for subsequent distribution. France produces yell -w cocoons, which are at present worth abou' Hs Hd \wr lb, and it Australia sent any parcels they woul I have to compete agauis. those of France, and be subject to the fluctuations of the market. To produce the cocoons to pay there must be abund ance of cheap labour, and seeing how well served the East is in this respect Mr. Lance doubts whether the industry could ovor become lucrative in Australia. In C ishniere the industry lias grown largely, but there it has the advantage not only of cheap labour, but of ia subsidy from the British Goyerment. There is an impression that England imports cojoons from Japan, but, as a matter of i'a-jfc. the1 Japanese ...

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