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DIARY & FARM. "WHITE SCOUR" AND "LUNG DISEASE" IN CALVES. J. D. STEWART, M.R.C.V.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 January 1903

[?] 'WHITE SCOUR' AND 'LUNG DISEASE' IN CALVES. J. D. STEWART, M.R.C.V.S. The disease affecting calves known as ' White Sjour' has been recog nised po:* a considerable period, and tiie fol owing remarks are extracted ft\un J. D. Stewart's paper on the subject which appears in the Agri cultural Gazelle. ' As thiJ disease affects calves dur ing the first few months of their lives, particular attention was paid during my recent inquiry in an ex tensive, dairying district in the South Coast, to the method generally a dopted in rearing poddy calves andj the conditions which prevail. The) following description will no doubt! admit of a ready comprehension of- the nature of the disease and the aim of the measures recommended for! its prevention. Cow^in variably give birth to the '?alves whilst depastured in extens-j ive paddocks. Within the following forty-eight hours the cow, ami calf are brought to the yards. The cow is milked and the calf taken from her and placed in the calf pen. Most ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Telegraphic News. Perth, Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 January 1903

fPflegrapliic J^eWs. * Perth. Mondav A case of bubonic plague was brought under the notice of Dr. Anderson, the plague officer, at Freemaujle to-day. The victim was a youth named Hugh Mvirray aged 19 years. He was employed by a firm of fish salesmen and restaurant keepers, in High-street, Fremantle, and resided on the premises. He took ill on tal this morning. There was nine con tacts, who with the patient, are to lie removed to the Quarantine Station. Serious hush fireH were reported from Esperance on Saturday. At the Southern port it was the hottest day on record. During the afternoon a bush' fire, which had been raging east of the port, readied the town, which the local fire briga le managed to save from destruction. The public hospital, which fortunately was tenantless, was saved with the utmost difficulty. For miles around the country is devastated. Every vestige oi' feed has been swept away. The lire at one time reached within 20 yards of a powder magazine, where several tons ...

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THE RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 January 1903

THE RIFLE MATCH. An interesting match between Lismore and Byron Bay teams was shot off at the local range during the day. The match resulted in a win for Liamore, but only by the narrow majority of 4 points, it was closely contested, as will be seen by the fol lowing scores : LISMORE. fjiJO (»()f) Pts. Beohm »- HI --1 Read 24 -215 f-(- Mood -2:*) 'JO 4f» J. G. Hicks Ml -2!) M W. Hicks -2JJ 30 S3 McKay 2l- hi 42 Gallagher -2li 1i» 4/i lot al ;55l- BYRON BAY. {')!)!) lilH) Pts. P. G. Wooldridge 2\) '2-) ftfi J. 'W. Banner '21 2\ 4S F. Shrubb 2i\ 2* f-4 McFarlane ?_'.» '2:') S4 H. Wooldridge 21 2;\ .01) S. Hamilton 2* 27 f).O A. Barton U- 2l- HI) Total &V2 A shocking shooting fatality oc curred at Merredee. Three brothers,! Edward, Arthur, and Ernest Bartlett, had target practice with a pea rifle beside the door ot: their residence. They had used all but one cartridge, which Arthur placed in the rifle. He was aiming when Ernest, not knowing his brother had loaded the weapon, ra...

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Cable News. London, Jan. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 January 1903

£able )4eWs. London, Jan. 27. A great fire occurred in the haberdashery warehouse of Messrs. Todd, at Armagh, yesterday. The damage is estimated at £100,000. Owing to the spread of plague 1000 native (servants and the labourers) arc leaving Durban. It is expected tU-.it. th« Zululnnd drifts will be closed. Berlin newspapers admit that Great Britain is loyally adhering to the alliance with Germany as regards Venezuela. The same newspapers, however, accuse British and American newspapers of untiGer man bias, Mr. H. W. Boven, the United States Minister to Venezuela, now a: Washington as the representative of Venezuela on the Arbitration Board, states, after a conference with the Powers concerned, that he has good reason to believe thai early and satisfactory settlements will be arrived at. Bnshamara, the Pretende;- in Mor occo, has left his stronghold Teza and is advancing towards Fez. A decisive battle with the Sultan's forces is expected at the Sebu River. Within a month the new cone...

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 January 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATION S. SYDNKY MARKETS. Butter, lid per 11). Bacon, llgd per lb. HRISBANE MARKETS. Mutter, lid. per lb. Bacon 1/2- per lb. M B Ll JO URN B 51 A R K KTS . Butter, 9^(1 per II). Bacon, l'.l,d per 11-. Please note, H. M. Eagieden, den tist will visit Byron Bay on Tuesday next.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 January 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL A splendid downpour of much needed rain fell all day Tuesday, last, between four and five inches were registered. The creeks were overflowing. Broken Head in one direction and Tyagarah in another report good rain. The trouble in connection with the Tweed Bar still continues, and is likely to continue. Money spent by the Government to deepen the chan nel will be wasted. Even the small steamer Adonis trading between Brisbane and the Tweed was com l/l IU 'I t.*' UUl 1111.17 I ' - L'/|l J _-»(».» '.'11 Monday last, as she could not lJ,^t over the Tweed Bar, though she went hack and managed to crawl over on Tuesday morning, we believe. ' After an extended visit to the Bay, Madanies Hewitt, senior and junior. yivfi. Locket:., junior, avid Miss Lockett. hav,) returned home to Lis inore. We regret that Airs. .Jarman is nt present not in her usual good health. The kindest, of friends and neigh bours, and surely a i( ministering angel ' in times of sickness Mrs. Jarman has a...

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COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 January 1903

COMMENTARIES. i Co.M.MKNTlNc upon tin.; speech rle-l livei-cil in the Kpichstay by Count) Von ]-ulo\v. the German Imperialj Chancellor, in which he referred to' the present relations between Great) Britain and Germany, the Times states that Great Britain's dislike to co operating with Germany is verv: strong, and there will be a Lreneral feeliutr of relief when it is ended. Great Britain the. Times further do-i '?lares, is determined not to be dray-1 jje-il at the tail of any nation, or to! adopt a German policy. -l She in-| letnls to look first after lier own! throat j)arainount Imperial interests.': The J-i'itish ar.e beginning to ac quire a little conunon-senKe, and are not, since the late war, to he so easilv trnlled by professions of frieudship, more especially mi the part of the j Kaiser who, poor man. will havp enough to do to keep peace in his own immediate dominions directly. for there Socialistic tendencies are rapidly on the increase. Herr Bebel, the Socialistic leacle ?,...

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ANNIVERSARY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 January 1903

ANNIVERSARY DAY. Anniversary Day passed over ra ther more quietly than was expected. About 1000 and odd visitors (com prising the youth and beauty of Lismore and the surrounding dis trict) arrived here during the day, which is only a small number in A/wvirtfi ft«tct/-h*t *ir« + Y\ rk flint* rtf*r*ft].f3inrfc&i ? \^\.fllljJal IDWU W1U1JL 'Uiivi wv**w*'wfc-' ? and unfortunately for all the morn ing dawned with rain, several very heavy showers falling till about noon, then the remainder of the day was all that one could wish for. It's a consolation to know there never was a bad trouble but what it might have been a ' worser,' for instance, had Anniversary Day fallen on Tuesday instead of Monday, our poor visitors would have been drowned for certain, as on that day ' the reservoirs of Heaven' were truly opened. . The trains were not over loaded, but our railway officials are worthy of much praise for the way they cope with difficulties when they arise, and the obliging and ettic...

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 January 1903

AFUN.A Mother : ' Ella, go to bed ; say good night to your governess, and give her a kiss.' — Ella : ' No, mam ma, I don't want to give her a kiss.' —Mother : * And why not ?'— Ella : * Because when anyone gives her a kiss she boxes their ears. Ask papa if she doesn't.' ' Are the young ladies of the pre sent day fit for wives ?' asked a lec turer of his audience, — ' They are fit for husbands,' responded a feminine voice ; ' But the difficulty is that you men are not fit for wives.1 The applause was great : so was the dis comfiture of the lecturer. Strictly Personal— She : ' How is it you were not at Robinson's party !;1 He : ? I stayed away for personal reason.' She : ; May 1 know what it was ?' He : 'If you will promise to main tain it a profound secret.' She : ' I give you my promise.1 ._, He : 'I was not invited.' 'Why won't mamma's little boy tell mamma what he's been stuffing himself with ?' anxiously asked the maternal parem, oenumg uver lu-- couch. You have been in the pan t...

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OBITUARY. MISS MARGARET A. McNEILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 January 1903

OBITUARY. MISS MARGARET A. McNEILL.   It is with the deepest regret we   chronicle the death of Miss Margaret   Alice McNeill (sister of Mrs. H.   Baker of this town). Miss McNeill   was spending a short holiday with   her sister, Mrs. Baker, and about a   fortnight ago was taken seriously ill.   Everything that love, friendship, and professional skill could do, was done, but in vain, and the young lady succumbed on Monday 26th inst. Miss McNeill was but nine- teen years of age, and was the youngest daughter of the late Charles McNeill of Ballina. The deepest sympathy is expressed on all sides for the bereaved relatives. The remains were conveyed to Ballina by sorrowing friends, and the funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon. The impressive funeral service of the Church of England was con- ducted by the Rev. J. W. Upjohn, and the members of the Girl's Friendly Society, of which...

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QUEENSLAND ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

QUEEWSIiAJV© ITEMS. A most brutal and inhuman oc currence is reported to have take.i place at the Monkland on Sunday night or the following morning (says the Gympie Times.) It seem* that an elderly man named W. Jamieson who lives in the locality and is afflicted with blindness, de pends for his living upon the sale of milk from a few cows that he keeps, and on Monday morning those who are in the habit of milking the animals found one of them lying evidently been driven into the bail, securely 'fastened, and then killed. A Prolific Chinaman.— Kwong Sue Tack, the Chinaman with four wives and 18 children-called in at this office to joyfully announce ' number four wife tatchem boy, half-past three yesterday.'1 Kwong states that number one wife is in Canton and has four children. Of his fourteen in Cairns, nine are attending school. — Cairns Post. In addition to the contract pric of Us 9d. per ton paid to the Alooni ba farmers for their cane, the C.S.H. Co. have paid them a bonus of 4s 9...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 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 huilt 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 :md Full Particulars. J. W. BAftfiER, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie & Son's. Horse Medicines. Baker ^onfecHoner, and (Senegal Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY. — A Choice and Ui»-t»-5)afc 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 3}d. per Loaf. I i kit ©M itm *LJ #Sj PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. ... Executes all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanfe of all D...

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South Coast Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

§-qu\\\ (;oast 1t£ms. The heat in the Cowra district for over a week past is speedily burning off the grass which had been mak ing splendid growth. Our Tilba Tilba correspondent states that the regatta to be held at Wallaga Lake on Monday promises to be most successful. Messenger Brothers (Sydney) and all the lead ing and sailing men of the South Coast will compete. Entries for the sailing and rowing events have filled well. Wallaga Lake is an ideal stretch of water for aquatic sports. Mr. John Russell, of Milton, has invented a patent lock for mailbags, and has disposed of his rights ol.: the invention to a Sydney .syndicate for £700. A cabbage grown by Mr. Waltz, of Eden, turned the scales when cut at 501bs. A emi nf William Tnornlrl --»f TVfilfrm died from failure of the heart's action caused by typhoid fever. Throughout the South Coast dis trict at present there is a peculiar kind of fly whose sting is most un pleasant, (says the Nowra ' Leader') The insect has stung several Now...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

PS^OGI^ESS. TM'RNOVKR for six months ending September. 501, looj £140,300. SHARKS taken up by fanners t-- date g A*\ rpOTAL Number of Shareholders 'j Qg^ -TKTT profits for Half-year ending l-Oth Sentein s i,r.i..o,- £1603 5* 1'1 — THE — Coastal farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITED. £?l--» Sitssi'x-Stri'ot, Sy«ln««y.

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The Situation in Corea. (An Unknown Empress). [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

The Situation in €;-rea. (An Unknown Empre.;s). Jn discussing the other day the situatuii in Corea the Russian paper ' Sviet ' asked wlio was the Lady Emsy. The journal now replies to its own inquiry (writes the O dessa correspondent of the ' Standard '). Emsy is the lady whom the Emperor of ('area privately espoused after the mur der of his consort, and he has since heaped the highest Court honours upon her. His Majesty has declared his intention, on the occasion of the fortieth anniversary of his reign, of having tho Lady Emsy pro claimed Empress, and her son the Imperial Crown Prince. The future Empress is a. woman of intelligence and ambition. The 1~* ._ I*. 1.1 l Ili1_ . lT» ___. iMiiperor aesnvu mat ail tne great rowers should send snecial representatives to Seoul for the jubilee festivities and the enthronement of tin; Empress Emsy. With the exception of England and Japan these invitations were declined. The ' Sviet' adds :?— ' In consideration of the important role which the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

A FAlTQHIftPB M©^1P^Y MIlBflltlPt j-irk's Pier J^oteL B Y R O N B A Y. IDxcellent Accommodation. Best Ales, Wines. :«??-! Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. i I ' _ I fta:aipltt and Billiard Rooms. Experienced and -:aref*ul Groom. Hotel Wagonette meets all Arrivals by Sea and Train. i S 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. j j i ? t Jhis Space Reserved, j

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

A Russian savant has has made a new discovery. It is for detecting the criminal this time, not for identifying him when he is caught. According to M. Karlofl', you can tell a criminal by the colour of his eyes. Murderers and thieves have maroon or reddish-brown eyes, tramps light classified eyes into families, and has drawn up certain miles for the dis covery of criminals by the colour of their eyes, which he declares to he infallible. Honest folk have dark grey or blue eyes. The Minister for Agriculture will shortly convene a dairy conference to consider a number of matters of in terest in connection with the butter export, industry. including the questio'i of the use of preservatives. At Glen limes, where harvesting is just finished, the hay crop has proved a phenomenal one. It is. however, feared that the Corn and' Potato crops will be failures, owing to the continued dry weather.

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Telegraphic News. NEWCASTLE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

fpd^rap^ic J4(Ws. Nkwcastuc. Mondav. At about half-past 10 last night, while the steamer Chingtu was proceeding up! the coast from Melbourne to Newcastle,! she passed close to a boat's party some miles off Sydney Heads. The occupants hailed the steamer in a very lively manner by shouting and striking matches. Cap tain Brown, of the Chingtu, immediately ordered a flare up light to be thrown over board to mark the position, and slowed down. The steamer was brought round. and gradually drifted and manoeuvred alongside the boat, which was found to contain a pleasure party of six men who had been on a fishing excursion outside the heads, but who had got too fur to loo ward and they could not make the heads against the north-east breeze. Moreover some of the sailing gear had gone wrong, but this had neen temporarily re paired. Captain Brown's offer of a more comfortable and less perilous night's accommodation was gladly ac cepted by four of the party. They were brought on to Newcastle, an...

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THE KING. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

THE KING. London, Tuesday. Although the King had a slight cold early yesterday morning, his Majesty planted the first elm in the Edward VII. Avenue at Windsor. The Prince of Wales planted the second elm, and Prince Edward (Eddie), eldest son of the Prince of Wales, planted the third. Subsequently his Majesty's physi cians prescribed tor mm a rest as a precaution, instead of the long journey to Chatsworth. 12.10 pin. The King is suffering with mild influenza. His physicians state that he is progressing satisfactorily. 11.5 a.m. It was announced this morning that the King had passed a good night. 2. 29 p.m. The visit of King Edward to Chats worth, the seat of the Duke of Devonshire, has again been post-1 poned. I His Majesty.,s physicians declare; there is no cause for anxiety.

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

MARKET BEPOBTS, LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter. 1/- per ll-. Bacon, 11 id per lb. BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, \j- per lb. Bacon Hid to .1/- per 11). MELBOURNE MARKETS. Butter, matoll-:|d per lb. Bacon, io£d to iHd per II i.

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