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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. January, 22nd 1902. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. January, 22nd 1902. C.iviinl'ii s.s fiT.'l Ions. - ':i } -t :» : 1 1 J. H. Hmiiur from S.v'.ih.'.v. P. issi- liters : j ?tl:idanii:s (iurvuy. .Jeffries :ind child. Ox ? 'iil'ord. S. It-end :md 2 rhildivn. ('.iniphull. 'MiMin rind ;i chUdrt'i). Jones. ^\fiss Davus.j .Messrs. Soloin.in. (Jiiinn. Go-s:j-. Smith. Rook-. .T.-tfries. Russell. Addler. Wilson. Stone. Munu, Fitdds. (.'aule\, Xol)lc Cassip. Fhck. Logan. Ri.i.l-. RoV. Me(Jre-| L,r'r. -lones. Am ! I.') in t!;.- Ste'.'ra-:-'. REP0R1. 200 tons General Merchandise. REPORT, Left. Sydney at 10.15 p.m. on the 20th iust. Called at the usual Ports and ar rived at Byron Bay at i- p.m. on the 22nd inst. Experienced strong southerly '.vinds. %nm Bag Bmn-ix HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS MAINTAIN, ' UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UN8RIBED BY GAIN ; HERS PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATURDAY. JANUARY. 24. l\m

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Care and Treatment of Broad Sows. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

Vni'c unti Treat 'iicut of ISsixxi Sows. ;By William T. Wo--loff. in The! ?'SydiK-y Mail') In purchasing a young sow for breeding purposes, whether you can afford to buy a thorougnbred or grade depends o:i the amount of capital on hand for the purpose for which you are breeding.- I have bred the p.ist. few years most of the different breeds. As part of myj small pigs were killed and dressed: for roasting pigs at six to eight weeks old, I prefer for this Yorkshire sows, which would produce good, fat, plump pigs. But for good, prolific brood sows. I would advise to Chester White or a cross of Chester White and Yorkshire. Select a good Chester White sow that stands well on her feet, with good shoulders and hams, good back and barrel, wide between eyes and 12 or more teats. Bred to a good grade or thoroughbred Yorkshire boar, she will produce pigs that will grow and at 10 months they will be in good market shape. From a litter! of p.igs from such a sire and damj you could select some go...

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

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

j ? ,.. 4 ? ^ Cards, Programmes, Circulars, Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS. HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work ol all kinds, Rubber Stamps. 1 GIVE US A TRIAL.

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

j-irk's Pier j^otel. BYBQN BAY. Excellent Accommodation. Best Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. i Haaipl* and Billiard Rooms. Experienced and fa refill 4»room. Hotel Waggonette meets all Arrivals by Sea and Train. VS this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms i AS A SUMMER RESORT. I A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOR I ( i !? Jhis Space Reserved.

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

ICfreat JNTortfeeni -Cofel BYRON- BAY. *- Sn 8Mb Resort \ -a 'a I ? — ? ? ft:* ? , ?- ?-??? \l I 5i^( * '^ ? ' ? 45 . ? .?; ??..?? i^ ? /^ . ' MaPI n^1^ '?':? J_^ ' BAY. ??'? ^ :' ? ? ? 1 \ ptt — — ? ? — ? -^ ? == ? __ . i. . ^ ? __^ A^-. ( I ? . ': [ (r) 4 ^ ^JT'HE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as ;i most ** lv^^ J '-- \'^yJl SI 4^ conveniently situated, . ami 'well ? managed- hosteli-y. Every attention ^. \^. — ;; ^^_^v/i W-, Vi|y has' beim given, to :gopri architecture, ventilation, .light /and; comfort. - H$ ^Vv11^ ? e=^/l\ §§,. \ The general : arrangements, of -.-this hotel are charming. The rooms are . g \V\ -\ ?? /1\ w ' Uistefully-fui-nislied.- From the corridor a sfeirway leads to an u^^ S J ' A ^ 1 / (I I ^ which is a. veritable ^ look^ :.piit 'commanding the most magnificent views of *^ J .; - C ^ M the B-\y and surrounding country. -After a .few moments, in this' high '*^ ) W$ altitude, where all . is cool and pleasant, one' is -very reluctant to #-- j ? ! ...

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Crops to be Produced. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

i'l'OpS tO !»-- Pl'»-llM'-'-l. Lucerne is undoubtedly the ideal crop for the pastoralist or stock raiser. Its yield is much greater than that of ;ii:y orher known fod der plant, ranging from 4 to lo tons ? per acre, and all kinds of stock will comsuuie it readily and thrive. j It is easily and economically cul-j tivated as compared with other crops, because, once planter! and establish * 'i, iji- i *. p i a 1 1 l 1 1 li; i.~* in ti'rhill v 1O1 I fro. ii ten to fifreen years. Its harvest ing extends over three or four per io Is, hence no excass of labour is leqiiired for that purpose, as is the' case in harvesting cereals. As al fodder it is equally valuable fed! green a day or two after cutting, or dry as buy. The ridge and furrow system of planting- lucerne produces the best results in both American and French experience. The drills' are spaced from 10 to 12 inches apart, the' furrow for the water being run between them. It is estimated that this system produces from 15 to 20 per c...

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DAIRY & FARM. Remarkable Prices for Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

[?] It-e iiai'kablc Prices for Potatoes. Extraordinary prices have lately been given in the Old Country for newly raised varieties of potatoes, One sort that was recently placed on the market made a very good hit It has been named King Edward VII., and is a very pretty tuber, a feature in the colouring being a shade of pink round the eyes whilst the other part is white. The stock has bc?en held by Mr. Butler, of Scot la id and Mr. Blades of Epworth, the of this kind of potatoes during the present year, and Mr. Blades about 10 acres. Very few circulars were sent out respecting the potato, but there was soon an extraordii:avy run upon it, and the price, which com menced at £12 10s per ton, rose to £40. The whole stork was sold within a fortnight. But compared with the prices realised for a new tuber raised by Mr. Findlay. of Markiuch, named the Northern Star, King Edward VII. would have to take much lower nlace. Here is an account of the new variety, which, judging by the; money it ha...

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

5S A 3 « A S.O W .WE1 EX. FKDJI Ol'i! OWN rolMIKssl'oNDKNT. The weather alter ;i very coid i change has aijain lapsed into the un- $ bearable heat which we had at ' I Christmas. On Tuesday evening | and Wednesday morning we had a s few small showers but hardly enough I to call rain. ? '; Mr. .1. Carson who has obtained J- the license lur a hotel at Newrvbar \ has started operations. Mr. Carson is u carpenter !-y trade and is him- ; self superintending the construction . ;. of his hotel. ' ' I Tiie P.M.G. on his return from | Murwillumbah yesterday afternoon * made a short .stoppage here. There 1 were about oil people waiting at the j station. Several of the townspeople } spoke ;;-kin^ l\-r a post-ollici in Bamralow and in the course of a speech Mr. Campbell oll'eivd a site as a free gift. Mr. Drake will again pass through I--auga!ow on I-Yiday when another deputation will wait upon him with statistics and it is to lie hoped he will pronounce favour ably upon the proposition.

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Cable News. LONDON, JAN. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

(?able jMeWs. LONDON, JAN. 18. An explosion occurred yesterday in an eight-inch gnn in the turret of the battleship Massachusetts. Five ? sailors were killed, and. four others jji were injured. The explosion was I caused by the primer accidentally } discharging while the breech of the gun was open. The Rand raining companies contemplate an expenditure of £50,.')f K),000 upon deep levels ana projects, and are discussing the possibility of mining at, a depth of 12,000ft! LONDON, JAN. 19 Reports received from Morocco state that the Sultan's uncles, with a force of 5000 men, have, started from Fez for Teza, and have had a slight encounter with the troops of the Pretender to the tin one. ^i Advices received from Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, state that the German cruiser Panther tried to enter Lake Maracaribo. and she fired on the fortress of San Carlos, but the fortress returned the lire, and com pelled the warship to rot i re- in the course of an interview, the new German Ambassad...

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

PHOGI^ESS. Ti:'-N?..V';!!,»Isix '')m's '?niIinB Sl'^'''t''- £140,300. O HARKS taken up by farmers to date 6,431* rpOTAl. Number of Shareholders 1 Q^I a ~\Tl'jTrJ' profits for Half-war fi itii ulc HOth Septem JN iK,M'.H»-2. ' ' £1603 5*- V — THE — Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITED. 37-1-6 Siiss-'x-Slr-M-l, Sy«ln«-y.

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

Miss Bailey for your gowns, guar anteed for style and Ik. Reasonable charges.''

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

COMMENTARIES. I General Sir Harry Aubrey (Kaid) I MacLean, Colonel 'of H.S.M, the I Sultan of Morocco's bodyguard, has I arrived at Fez, and is organising the I defence of the city against the Pro- I tender's army. I Once more there is the sound of I war among the mountains, and in I the dark places of the earth, and I somehow or other a great nation like I jji'iraiu is always uniggeu iuio tnese conflicts. For instance, as far as we are concerned the door to Morocco and its capital Fez, is Tangier ' over whose dim and crooked streets, un changed in appearance since the days of Hagarand Ishmael. float the flags of all nations,' and if Tangier passed into unfriendly hands the entrance to the Mediterranean would be closed to us and 'the wasted millions of the British taxpayer would cry aloud to him from the mountains of Tarik. the grass would grow on his unused docks and moles, and the empire of the sea which Great Britain has held so s'.renuously for centuries would slip for ever from...

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

ANOTHER MILLION. The Government is jubilant having borrowed a million of money. The country cannot be in such a very bad state when money can be bor rowed so easily, says Sir Edmund Barton and his colleagues. That, is as may be — it's not tiio borrowing of: the money it's the repayment that will tell the tale. Another million clapped on to what we already owvi makes a very large sum. Thar the ;inoney is badly needed must be ad jmitU'd, that it has been easily raised, |is also admitted, that we didn't ask. j like Oliver Twist, ' for more ' seeing ja pity since we might as well he ? hung for a sheep as a lamb.' And irhe hanging is hound to come ofi' un-! less we huve a wontie'.'f'.'.l rir.i of [prosperity, in the shape of good sea 'siins, good markets, and last, but by ?no means least, good administration. I Says one Sydney merchant : ' Most ;ol' us. however poverty-stricken, if we have any assets at all, can bor ifow, hut we do not all pay the same rate of interest. We have heard of ...

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

SOUTH BRITISH FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. CAPITAL - - £1,900,000. The SOUTH BEITISH Company has been established in N.S.W. Thirty Years, and is well known to tbe Public for the promptitude and liberality of its settle ments, for its moderate rates of premium, and for the undoubted security it affords its policy-holders. INSURE YOUE PROPERTY in the SOUTH BRITISH COMPANY. b©cal -s%nt 09. B. ^acRson, ? BYBON BAY ? Head Office for Queensland and Northern N.S. Wales. 103 and 363 QUEEN STREET, BRISB4NE. W. A. RIGBY, Manager. Irs. J. Joyce, f UP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, Week. MELBOURNE PAPERS. Leader and Saturday. andthE BYRON BAY RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery, Fancy (roods, All kinds of Patent Medicine. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER . ? ?.???B.MIIMW— ? ???????? ? 11IIIM ? »j li...

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THE MINISTERIAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

THE MINISTERIAL VISIT. The special train containing the Postmaster-General (Senator Drake) the Commissioner of Railways (Mr. J. F. Thallon) the Inspector 'of Tele phones, T. T. Ewing M.H.R. and par ty arrived here punctually at 11 a.m., on Wednesday. They were met on the Railway Platform by a number of leading residents, including Messrs. Glasgow, O. B. Wareham, TV.T IV T « T ....... \'\T ID I. *,.!*.?..-. * . 'VXT I *? I - IVl. iUUJ-ll.Ull. -- . J_-. .JclUHSUIJ. 1YIUI Mr, Drake's party were, Mr. Lockett (Mayor of Lismore). Bishop Doyle, t Mr. Cornish (Inspector of Schools), also of Lismore. After (he greet ings were over the Ministerial party accompanied by the Deputation pro ceeded to the Creamery — which is ono of the best equipped factories in the State — where they wore met by Mr. Batcy who, in the absence of the Manager and Secretary, W. J Brandon and W. H. Clifford, .showed! the party throughout the establish- j ment. Proceeding first to the churn-j ing room, hence to the but...

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

Tiio Wotftfiii*; Anniversary. I Fifth year Woudi-n Wedding I Ti-nth year Tin Wedding I Fifteem.h year Crystal Wedding I Twentieth year China Wedding I Tweuty-lifth year Silver Wedding I Thirtieth year Pearl Wedding I Fortieth year Ruby Wedding I Fiftieth year 1 iolden Wedding I jSe.vt'iity-til'th year. Diamond Wedding I

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ? ?? ? Dental Notice.— H. M. Englet den, Lismore, don't fail to consul him, the only genuine painless dent ist, and save time, money and pain. A large proportion of the cases of painful eyesight are due to the use of unsuitable and improperly fitted glasses. In consulting our optician you incur no expense and run no risk. The date of Mr. Engleden's next visit to Byron Bay will be duly advertised* A second hastily convened meet ing was held in the School of Arts on Monday evening, to devise some recaption to Mr. Drake F.P.G. There were present Messrs. Glasgow, 0. B. Wareham, F. Mott, J. Brevner, \V. B. Jackson, and A. C. Burgess. Messrs, W. Brandon and M. McLean were unavoidably absent on business, while Messrs. W. H. Clifford and George M'Clean were in Brisbane. Mr. Glasgow was voted to the chair, and after some discussion it was decided to meet the Ministerial party, welcome them to this portion of the district, and tender them a light luncheon. As their stay wou...

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

®\FUN.A Cautious. — Visitor (at out-of-the way inn in North Britain) : ' Do you know anything about salmonpoach ing in this neighbourhood?' — Land- lady (whose son is not above suspic ion) : 'Eh — no, sir. Maybe its a new kind of cooking as we haven't heard of in these parts, as you see. sir, we only do our eggs that way; and (brightening up), ' if you like 'em, I can get you a dish at once !' A party of young men were tel ling what they would do if ship wrecked far out upon the sea, and left buffetting upon the waves with out a plank to sustain them. Each one gave his opinion excepting Paddy Murphy ' Bad cess to ye for a cowardly set of spalpeens ! Ye'd all be after savin' yourselves and not trying to save one another. Why, it's Paddy Murphy that would swim to shore an' save himself, an1 thin come back and thry to save another.' Rhyme and Renson. — 'Fain would I write a poem on the 'delights of fishing : but ah, me ! I cannot find a word to rhyme with 'angleworm,' sighed Pisisrratu...

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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 January 1903

Oseful .pints* FASHIONS. I I would like to say a few words to I girls with clever fingers concerning I the applicati .m of embroidery to their I dress. There is no reason why girls I with only a slight knowledge of I needle-work should not beautify I their dresses and blouses with their I own handiwork. To begin with try I an experiment on some easy bit of I attire, such as a cotton blouse, taking I care to select a good washing mater I ial like pale blue (or white) linen, I rather loose in texture. I believe in I cutting-out and making-up a» far as I possible, before commencing the I embroider}-. For instance, you can I work the fronts and back when par I tially made-up, and the sleeves, yoke, 1 and collar after they are cut out. I Then with a contrasting colour of I Flax thread — blue for white mater I ial and vice-versa or red if preferred, I copy one of the simple cross-stitch I: patterns, between tucks would be I! nice. The easiest way to do this is I to tack a strip of canvas ...

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