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Fine Ambulance Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

Fine Ambulance Work. One of the finest bits of ambulanco work that we ('Northern Miner Q.) have heard of for some time was perform ed last Monday, January 19. by an abori ginal blackfellow named Jack, only in years of age. His ' boss ' young Arthur Rollinson, of Braceborough, went out after horses on Sunday after dinner, an-l as he did not show up towards sundown. Jack started on his tracks, which he ran until the light failed. He then returned to the station, starting again when the Jack asses laughed in the morning, picked up the trail, and found young Bollinson. about (- a.m., perishing of thirst, witn nis thigh broken, and other serious injuries. Jack galloped away for water, and, after giving it to the ' boss ' hied away. to the station, harnessed up an old horse to the dray, took an old sheet to make bandages, and started again for his master, procur ing the services of a woodcutter, on his way. Rude splints made of young sap lings, were applied and bound round with strips of ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL A large number of visitors are expected in Byron Bay next week to attend the opening of the New Masonic Lodge. The Annual Show in connection with the Lismore A. and I. Society was held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and considering the exceptionally dry season which this district has experienced nmy be said to have been a pronounced suc naaa frnm p.vprv nninh nf vifiw. The exhibits were numerous and of a high-class order, especially in the cattle section, while the attend ance was very large, it being esti mated that over 10,000 people visited the Show on the three days, the attendance on the second day being between five and six thousand. The Show was carried out without any accident to mar the pleasure of either day, and the various events were carried out with commendable punctuality. Lismore Chronicle. Mr. Marconi declares that he will divulge another invention to start'le the world after he has finished his wireless telegraph experiments. Miss Bailey for...

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

COMMENTARIES. The unemployed ! What visions of misery and want come before the minds' eye at those words. The back lanes of the cities, or the poor man tramping from town to town in search of work. Strong men, able and willing, with, in the majority of cases, wives and families dependant on them. A wage-earner may have! years, and yet if he loses his employ-! m«nt he is in a very little while! reduced to the sorest straits. Thej |rouson for this is nor, far to seek,| [wages are low, living high, food and! Iclothing absorb his earnings as they! come in, and when the supply is stopped what is he to do ? Probably he's not too proud to beg, but who is there to give ? And generally he is too honest to steal, so he and his starve. He goes to the shopkeeper for credit and is refused, how can the storekeeper help but refuse, he has to pay hard and ready cash for the goods in his store, and hovr can he give them away, for that is what credit amounts to in the end. Still the cry goes forth : ...

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Poetry and Fiction. Many, Many Leagues of Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

\ tSeeim ana -jyitfmi. \ / \ Many, Many Leagues of Sea. At eve I pace the whitened sands, I wip-3 my hair with nervous hands, So thick with dew the shining ban is ! I sigh, I moan, oh, wearily ! For many, many leagues o£ sea Now lie between my love and me ! His lips rain'd kisses on my hair, He left me standing, trembling, there ; H-i said, in words so soft, so fair, ' I will come back--come l-ack to thee, Though many, many leagues of sea May be between my love and me !' I wait and wait ior that sweet day. When he will come again this way — When he will take my hand and say, ' I come — I come at last to thee ! No more shall weary leagues of sea E'er lie between my love and me !' Oh, say not that I Avait in vain ! That others watch d with throbbing brain For truant ones who never came. So false to me he could not be, Though maiiv. many leagues oc sea Do lie between my love and me !

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Cable News. LONDON, JAN. 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

£able )4eWs. London, jan. 31. At the welcome at Kimberley on Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Cham berlain, the Mayoress of the town presented Mrs. Chamberlain with a silver casket and i five magnifi cent rough diamonds. The reception of Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain in the Town Hall was the most enthusiastic and frenzied of the tour. mr. unamoeriam maae a great Empire speech. He added that unless Cape Colony altered its policy it would be left in the cold when the federation of South Africa came. Sir J. Gordon Sprigg, the Premier, was loudly hissed as he left the build ing. A banquet was held in the even ing. Mr. Chamberlain, in the course of a speech in reply to the toast of his health, eulogised Kimberley as the mother of South Africa, inasmuch as she was responsible for the exist ence of the Rand and of Rhodesia. The Home Secretary (Mr. Akers Douglas) has decided that the sen tence or death passed upon tne women Annie Walters and Amelia Sach, who were found guilty on January 17 of the murder...

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A Reported Cancer Cure. BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

A Reported Cancer Curt1. BiUSHANi:. llM'KS I.W. (J-rent interest is being exhibited in ?connection with an alleged cure lor can cer discovered at Mackay some niontl.s ago by a man named Braun. who cured liiinseif with a special treatment in which a preparation ot molasses formed an in. portant part. Yesterday Dr. fclenzeh. medical olticer ot the district and resident surgeon of the Mackay Hospital, stated that two hospital patients, both suffering from a growth in the stomach, were being ,iini,ii] \w Mu-- ninl;iu-iP-; tn-M t mr-u t . Oil-.: case was very serious, almost beyond hope when the doctor began tho molasses trea; ment. The man had been under one operation, and the doctor has not tl.c ' slightest doubt it.isacaseof true cancer. Regarding the second case Dr. Honzell is not positive it is a true lancer. iiS it ;s dilh'cult to state deliuitely vwihout oper:. tion. He, however, states that in tins case the patient suliered from a serious growth which is being eradicated by mo la...

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S.S. Cavanba [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

S.S. Cavauba This favorite passenger steamer lays up to be docked, surveyed, and renewal of passenger certificate granted by the Government N.S.W. Board, on her next arrival in Syd ney. She will, in consequence, miss one of her weekly trips on Saturday Feb. 14th. The new s.s. Dorrigo will take the Cavanba's trip, leaving the Bay on Saturday evening at the usual hour — stewards and stewardess in attendance. The Dorrigo has roomy deck cabins. The Abbe Yales of Heilh, near Toulouse, France, was ordered to be transferred to another district as he loved a beautiful young wo mini named Jeanne Teagagne, daughter of a landowner. The pair died to gether in the belfry of the Al) lie's church. The Abbe, holding a crucifix, and the. woman a rosary, shot his sweetheart and then himself.

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

COURTSHIP. Many young ladies indulge in very nonsensical notions concerning love. Ihey fancy themselves bound to be 'smitten' with almost ever}' silly idler who wears a fashionable coat, is tolerably good-looking, and pays them particular attention. Reason, judgment, delibera tion, according to their fancies, have nothing to do with love : hence they yield to their feelings and give their company to young men, regardless of warning, advice, ur entreaty. A father's sadness, a mother's tears are treated with con tempi, anu orxen wiin Diner retorts. Their lovers use flattering words, and, like silly moths fluttering round the fatal lamp, they allow themselves to be charm ed into certain misery. Learn that your affections are under your own control : that pure affection is founded upon esteem : that estimable qualities in a man can alone secure the continuance of connubial love. If these are nr-t in him, your love has no foundation, and will fall, a wilted flower, as soon as the excitem...

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CASTLE CRIEFE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

CRSTIiE CRIEFE. ? O ? CHAPTER I. /^IHRISTMAS EVE. A bitterly, VJ bitingly cold night, with the fallen snow lying nearly a foot deep. All along the lone country road leading from Dnrntou to Saltern — the, former a small town, the latter a village in the North of England — the deepest silence reigned. No one from either town or village was likelv to venture up or down the road on such a night as this, even if it were not Christmas Eve : and as upon that night of all nights even the humblest were wont to make merry in some way or another, the chance of meeting any one upon the high road was very remote, indeed. At least, such was the decided opinion of Giles Gunning, currier, as he alighted mournfully to try and lead his horse flown the almost im passable road. ' D-ing it all !'' he muttered im patiently, as both liorsu and cart sank nearly a yard through the de ceitful snow that had covered a deep hole in the road ; *4 if this'ere aint enough to make a hangel swear I don't know what i...

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Useful Hints FANCY-WORK. METALLIC LACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

Oseful .pints* FANCY-WORK. METALLIC LACE. How often I have grieved (says a writer in the Lady's World) when taking down for the last time a fa vourite pair of curtains, especially when perhaps the rich lace border looks quite good ; of course, very of ten, enough can be taken out to make short curtains for back win dows, but even then, I have often good-sized pieces left, which hither to have seemed quite useless. I am giaii to say at last i nave discovered a use for my curtain bits, which will not only prevent waste, but help to adorn many useful and pretty ar ticles : such as brackets, mantlebor ders, lamp shades, flower-pot covers, and table borders, etc., a few oi' which I will give a description of : Lamp Shade : Which will give least trouble, as regards the lace part. — First cover the top part of your frame with pale pink or pale green soft silk evenly pleated, then slightly gather a flounce of the silk, right round the edge, as a back ground for the lace : now choose a nice ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 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 tbe Public for th« promptitude and liberality of its settle ments, for its moderate rates of premium, and for the undoubted security it affords its policy-holders. ' ? INSURE YOUR PROPERTY in the SOUTH BRITISH COMPANY. bocal eA^ni 09. 13. ^jacfoon, ? BYRONBay ? ? Head Office for Queensland and Northern N.S. Wales. ' . 3OS and 3G» {fcUEEK STREET, BRISBANE. W. A. RIGBY, Manager. fin '-TO- DATE NEWS j 'agency ! AND FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM. j SYDNEY PAPERS, ' , Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News. Daily Telegraph, j Sydney Bulletin, Dooinerang, Worlds News. ? ' BRISBANE? PAPERS. ? i Courier, Daily Telegraph. Queeiislandor, Week. '? j IWEXBOOiNE PAPEBfiS. j Leader and Saturday. I and RYPAV P \ 'V 1^177 V VT^ I \ I BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery, Fancy (ionds. All kinds of Patent Medicine. ' ' j BAKER AND CONFEC...

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DAIRY & FARM. WEARING OUT COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

[?] WEARING OUT COWS. (From our Tyauruiuh Correspondent). Some old fogies have an idea that ' high feeding,'' as they call it, but what sensible men term l fullfeed ing,' exhaust the vitality and energy of the cow, causing her to wear out sooner than she would on a short diet. Possibly a cow may be over fed, but it will be difficult to make her eat more than she wants or heavily, if she is fed regularly. A starved cow might gorge herself to injury, but the cow that has regul-j arlv. as much to eat as she wants will not injure herself by eating, no matter how much is given her. As to exhausting her, it strikes me that she would hold out much longer! as well as much better, if f;he were| fed up to her full capa-ity. A man on half rations would wear out much sooner than if he had full rations. The same is tru-- of a milch cow or of a working animal. There is no thing gained by a starvation diet, it does not prolong, but shortens life. Suppose, however, it prolonged life ? Would there n...

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The Czar and the Spiritist. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

Ttio ('Aitv and Un- Spiritist. The presence of the mysterious M. Philippe at the Russian Court is said to have been explained by Dr. Hirsch. body physician to the Czar. According to Dr. Hirsch, M. Philippe was at the Russian Court by the ex press wish of the Czarina, and for! the purpose of determining the sex! of the expected heir to the Russian: throne ; but he employed his time while there in amusing their Ma jesties b#y his entertaining spiritual istic performances, at which members of tho Court who were present de clare the Czar laughed most heartily. There was no question of exercising undue influence over the Czar, says the Ode?sa correspondent of the ''Daily Mail;' but it is a fact that several of the Grand Duchesses took the seances seriously. Several per sons in intimate relation with the Czar spoke to him on the subject of the alleged baneful influence of Mr. Philippe, and liis Majesty replied : ' It is always the case that when a stranger stays at the Court rumours of th...

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

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. ?$. %. Warrant, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property . . - -s Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. 'T AND and General Commission Agent _LJ Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). WORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LimiTED. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factorv, Lismore. com mencing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER, 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. 'VfORTH COAST CO-OPERATIVE .IN coy., ltd. PIG TRUCKS will leave the Sidings as formerly, viz. : Bexhill— Every Monday. Lismore— Every Tuesday. Eltham — Every Tuesday. Nashua — Every Mond:i}\ Bangalow— Every Saturday. Murwillumbah— Every Saturday. No non-shareholders' piers taken W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c, Government Assessor, JW UBWILLlIfflBAH. Sworn Valuator under Real Property Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co. ('1 ET your Visiting Cards printec T at the 'Byron Bay Record,' Office. P....

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A Clever Arrest [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

A Clevor Arrest I Ac-tin o on private information re ceived, Sergeant Rank, (says the ' I. Courier ' Tenterfield, detained two suspects, just as they were about taking their departure by mail train for the south, on suspicion of being concerned in the recent burglary at the premises of Mr. E. W. Whereat, J. P., in Logan-streat, It appears the two suspects booked a parcel the same evening for Tamworth, which aroused the suspicion of the booking clerk, Mr. L. Baker, who lost no time in informing Sergeant Hank who was on duty on the Station at the time. Just immediately prior to the train starting, the two men made a bolt to get into the train, but observ ing the Sergeant they made back to the ticket office, apparently with thej object of obtaining tickets for their intended destination, when Sergeant Rank detained them on suspicion of being concerned in the robbery at! Mr. Whereat's residence. When the parcel which the accused had previ ously looked, was overhauled, it was found to co...

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

''VTEWFast, Express Bi-Weckly J- 1 Service to Sydney. THE G. W. NICOLL LINE (Oldest Established Line running from this district.) THE NEW STEAMERS ' CA VAIVBA « & » DORRIOO.' The New, Powerful, Eleetric-liehted, High-class and Up-to-date s.a. *' C'av anba,' 600 tons (canies British Board of Trade Equipment and Passenger Cer tificate.) The 'Civanba' has a large promenade deck, social hall, smoking room, hot an 1 cold sea-water baths, is handsomely furnished — saloons and- two l-erth cabins. Leaves Sydney kvkry tuksimy, at 10.30 p.m.. for Byron Bay, r ailing at Newcastle only, due 'at Byron Bay about noon on Thursday. Leaves again kvf.ky satukuay, at 7. p.m., and in due in Sydney on Monday at 4 a.m. The New s.s. 'Dorrigo,' 400 tons, from Sydney fhioay kvkxix(s, and leaves Byron Bay for Sydney tuksday, -- p.m. S.S. *? Wollumbi'n,'— Tweed River . and Sydney— about every eight days. Fab ES.— Saloon : Return £2 10s. Fore-Cabin K-s. each way. Agents at Lisuiorc : Hind marsh &am...

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Royalties on Timber. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

Royalties an Timber. i (Statement, by the Minister for ; tho Forestry Branch). \ The Minister for the Forestry! Branch, Mr. Bennett, has had his I attention drawn to a telegram pub lished in the ' Sydney Morning: j He raid' from its correspondent aii jBuladelah. It is is therein stated! [that the result of a challenge issued! [by Mr. Price, M.L. A., that gentleman [and Mr. Bennett had arranged to Jto meet at Myall Hiver and publicly i debate the question of the timber 'regulations or the Forestry Branch. ?Mr. Bennett has since requested a representative or the ' o. ;u. .tieraia to states that by. had not entered intoj .such an engagement. He also desired it to be stated that in Decem ber last a deputation consisting of j Messrs. McKarlane, Briner, and Thomson, Ms.L.A.. waited upon him, and urged a reduction in the amount of royalties charged upon sawn and hewn timber. He promised thei deputation that he would make n reduction, and as a result of the pro-j mist*, and in compliance wi...

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An Elephantine Porker. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

Aia EJe:-2iaiilino Porker. The largest hog ever raised has just been slaughtered in Jersey, says t,he London ' Meat Trades Journal.' The animal was a Berkshire boar two and a half years old weighing alive 16101b, and dressing .13JJ91b! This huge swine, which was the property of Mr. William Harris, of West Smithfield, measured over nine feet from tip of its nose to end of its tail. It measured two and a half feet across the loin,- two and a half feet across the hams, and six in girth. , The carcase is split at the shoulder, . and to look into the carcase is like looking into the crevice of a cavern. The carcase spreads across the per- ( spective of tho store like a Titanic statue of pork personified. It also looks like the body of the great god enbalmed and reposing in itsf gigantic majesty. From hip bone to! toe it measures throe and a half feet. i and about the same from the crest- of| the shoulder blade to the bottom of r rhe foot. The great fat jowls extend nearly two feet across...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. February, 7th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. February, 7th 1903. Cavanba s.s f-78 tons, Captain J. H. Hunter ironi Sydney. Passengers : — Madames Dunn. Hartigen, Best. P. Best, Muir, Lyne, Muir, Hamilton, Karneau. Misses Best, Muir. Ellis, Murphy, D''ce. Messrs. Chapman, Preston. Foster, Riley, Barton (-J), Gill. Baldwin (2). Wheat. Armstrong, Summerhayes, Kirklands.j Wiley. Jamison. McLean, Flaming 2. Ho ward, Masters, Capt. Sk:nner. And 16 in the Steerage. j FREIGHT. ! 100 tons General Merchandise, and 1 Horse. REPORT, j Left Sydney at 10. 1.0 p.m. on the 3rd | inst. Called at the usual Ports and ar rived in Byron Bay at ♦- p.m. on the /1th. Experienced light variable winds, with fair weather. .Bgrmt Bag Bmn;tr*j MAINTAIN, j UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY BAIN | I MERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER OLORIOUS PRECEPTS! DRAW, PLEDGED TO RKLIOION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. I SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7. HtOH

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NON-PAYING COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

NON-l'AYINCl COWS. Th' Dairy ( \'-uiniis-*ioM-.'r of Minne-i sofa, U.S.-*. , says that 2') por -cent,! of the cows in tint S;aU' do not pay for their feed, and thit thvy should Ik* sent t- th:* butcher ;;s s ton as possible. Who will sny t!:at the posi tion is not jus' as bad in A'ls'.ralia ?i Thy sad part of this is that the own ers of such cows do not know that they an* not paying for their feed,i but keep them in thi* belief, that theyj are dointr soinvthiny to increase the pvoMt. Many aivl many a man hasj been bankrupted by thy cows he has kept. Th? trou bb has been that there was no way the owner could know what was being donv by his cnv.s. till the Ha he -ck tost came into use. Since that time the great fac to1.- that prevents its use is negligence. It takes a good deal of hammering to get oven a single new idea into the Ivads of some men ;

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