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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. February. 13th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

SHIPPING. AH RIVAL. February, b'rth 1903. |)on-i»o s.s. Captain CaUvcll from Syd-; nvy. L'assi.-iiLrer List.-- Ma'lames Keys.j Km cry :'inl family. F^ane. 'K'-ad. Hind-! niarsli. Waters and family. Misses (! ray. ; Parni'iiu-r. Kmery. liane. Kiim. Messrs.1 W. Ci-(i-s. \Y;i'ld:ii'toii. Sfoii'r. AVcir. Walcis. 1'aiiniiiti.M-. Claxton. V. Hamilton.: Kay S'-u Chow Kuin. Keys. Taylor. Kim-ry. Kiiif{. Irvim,'. Hk l-:e. Hinlui.trsh. Mnolihan. Joua-oii. L. Martin. Douvll. ?.Iycrs. ( ?(inpcr. BiTVun Bay Bccurt*. MAINTAIN, UNJWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNGRIBED BY SAIN ; HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION. LOYALTY, AND LAW, SA'ITKDAY. KKMRTARY 14. 1!M::{

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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'Cronk' Half-Sovs. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

'f'ronk' ISalf-Sovs. We learn that spurious half sove reigns are in circulation in Lisniore. Mr. T. M'Doruiott, the well-known Queen City storekeeper being vic timised with one. It is a facsimile of the coin used of recent years, with the t'fligy of Queen Victoria, etc., St. George and the dragon on the reverse. Lt is rather thinner than the genuine coin, and its lightweight will at once disclose the fraud. Tweed business people should be careful to inspect any half r-ovs. olTered them during the next few weeks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

HANDBILLS, .Kuvelopes, ?Coarinercial Work of all kind*. I KiiuIht Staing-.-t. I CIVK 'i:-ft A TRIAL. [?] , ? ;-^ — - — ? ...... , - ? i.5.TiiTi;:a?. _: ? . IJXK OF HW [SHANK STKAMKKS. ? ;-',S. LADY MrsGHAVK. Fi-'is;ht :«t I.oivcst KiHrs. s . W\M. COLLIN A- SONS. LTD.. i ' .). WAMSHOTHA.M. Mrmii.m-r. i ? :i'iic(.'— Moli-swurth-.st.ri'i't^ Li.snioiv. \ ? _ ? . ? ? ' ? . i Byron Bay Record. y ii) Jo ^^rii i v ji IIU -O(3 SPK1S13V3 ; ^ ! I i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

, Cards, Programmes, . 1 - Circulars, i ? .-????-? -..'- . ? Letter Headings, Note Headings, : BILLHEADS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

.a ^ a ^Ffa^l WiWj WifW till A ^ ^^PS (SW^fP j-irk's Pier JKotel. | BYRON B A Y. Excellent Acrommodution. Bent Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Ever} Attention, Sauipl« and Billiard Rooms. Experienced and Careful Groom. Hotel Waggonette meet* all Arrivals by Sea and Train. 1 ^ ] VS 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. j 1 A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOR. i ? i ! I !J. G[. Iioeke A. Co., i GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYKOK BAY. j | I ! The cheapest and best house in the trade fur everything. j - ' I ?** ? -* *£ (in to J. Ci. J^ocke it Co., for Rooting Iron all lengths 4}d per foot. JJ- -J^* (to to J. G. Locke & Co., for Bent American Barbed Wire Ifis per coil. -*-^ i ^\ C\ ij* Go to J. CJ. Locke & Co., for Men's * B--y's Suits. Che:ipes(, ami Bust. '£$ « (1 /? 1 I x\ \l /I * ' 'ill/ /x v* ! ^^All^ ^ Go to J. G. Locke & Co.. for Men's Colonial Tweed Trousers from 5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

r ? . ? -- . ?? ?????? ??:? - ? G[rcat JVf orthera J^otel, ; : ;? ,: .;. ; by R.q;n .:^M^i ^{^S&i h'' :? 1 tjm Side BBsort- i_ ; ? : ^-z : ' '^ ; ~~~ pig ' Sgg ? ? ^ \| &^£ ''— _^——^ — _ n ? I. ' JT— — — ' mi, ^.^ ; i 5«* (1^ S» /^ \ ! /-\.J || CT^HE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been notwl as a niost. f| \^_y 1 I ( C J y}\ '$& 111 conveniently situated, and we'll managed hostelry. Every attention && |\. i V ^-s^l ^ VcJy bus been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ \ Vx^ i ? *yJl\ ^ { Tlie general arrangements of the hotel are charming: The rooms are .Wg W^N. t^yll ^d tastefully. furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony -«.$ cJ ' ^- ! yS n \ ^ which is a veritable ' look out ' commanding the most. magnificent views ot ^, i /^ u ( 3 --; the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high ^a ; ^ ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to %-£ j ;-Ok come...

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Fleering the Republics. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

Fleecing: the Republics. It is reported that President Cas tro, during his three years of oflice has accumulated a nest-egg of halfa million sterling against the day of retirement or overthrow. He was penniless when he became president. Mr. Kruger's fortune has been esti uiiueu ill &e\eriu iniuioiis. j.jUem April General Simon Say was depos ed from the Presidency of Hayti.l which he had occupied since 1890 ;tt j a salary, of £1800 per annum. He! is now living conitortablj' in Pari.sJ. from the income from £2,000,000, j which report credits him with hav ing wisely invested in European se-l curities. A few years ago Gaute nuila was rent in twain by the proof that President Barrios had secured £1,000,000 of the State's money and invested it in his wife's name in Europe. The Gauteinalans did not oust -Barrios, arguing that ho had made his fortune out of them, and that to elect anew President would mean a second fleecing.

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A Strange Lake. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

A S Iran ^o Lake. One of the strange features of Central Asia, as shown by l)r. Sven Berlin, is the travelling of the ancient lake or' Lop-nor, which seems to form an oscillating pen dulum olr the Karim River, ami to pass north ami south across the desert in a period of KKX) years or more. The old bed is now drv. The Lake of Karakoa liun, however, is gradually disappearing in the place where Prjovalsky found it, and slowly creeping northward, with the prospect it will occupy the ancient, site at no distant time, As the lake becomes iilled with mud, sand, and decaying vege tation, the desert to the northward is deepeneu by wind-erosion. It is already known thai in the year 2(-o the lake of Lop-nor occupied a place in the northern part of the desert, and there arc reasons for believing that when this point is again reached, the course of travel will turn toward the south. The vegetation, the desert animals, and the native fishers, with their reed lints, follow after the lake.

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Telegraphic News. BOMBALA, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

{p(le$rabl?ic HeWs. »♦ — BOMBALA. TUESDAY. The federal capital commissioners yesterday afternoon went over the proposed site. The engineers havej gono out into the country, with a view to making an examination as to the water supply. Evidence will] be taken Thursday. ? Melbourne, Tuesday. I Mrs. Caroline Gilbert, 41, received serious injuries to-night by the explosion of a spirit lamp at her: residence, Surrey Hills. Her clothes; became ignited, and she was severely; burned about the face, arms, and; bodj'. She was removed to the I Melbourne Hospital in a serious' condition. Brisbane, Tuesday. In connection with the fatality ati Gat.ton, where the starionmnster fell! over a bridge while looking for a passenger who was stated to have jumped out of a train, reports show that a railway porter was in! the carriage from which the passen ger is supposed to have jumped. The porter heard the door slam, and on turning saw that the passenger i was missing. No trace of the passen-! ger has yet...

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Cable News. LONDON, Monday, [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

(Jable |4eWs. — ♦♦ ? London, Monday, In connection with the boundary dispute between the South American Republics of Brazil and Bolivia which recently led to an armed conflict, it is announced that Bolivia has agreed to Brazil occupying and administering the disputed territory of Acre pending a settlement of the aimcuity. Renter's correspondent telegraphs that the steamer Mariposa, which has arrived at San Francisco, brings the report that the Society Islands in the Western Pacific, were visited by a disastrous hurricane and tidal wave on the 13th January. A number of the islands were completely devastated, and 1000 native are stated to have lotit their lives The death is announced of Mr. J. Grlaisher, the veteran aeronaut, and scientist, in his !)4th year. The trial of the Italian Anarchist Kubino, who attempted to assassin ite King Leopold of Belgium on the loth November last by firing three revolver shots at the carriage in which the King was supposed to be driving with the membe...

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DAIRY & FARM. DO NOT MIX THE DAIRY BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

id 7K i hV &_F^pyyi. DO N0T MIX THE DAIRY BREEDS. .('-Aurora,' in ' Tribune Farmer,' New York.) In recent numbers of the ' Tri bune Farmer' there has been not a| -little said about tbe purity of breeds and- keeping them pure, and pro nouncing against the indiscriminate ^amalgamation of all kinds, breeds, ??and conditions of cattle and - of all KlUUt) Ol BIOCK, UHM IS going OH hO indiscriminately at present. Thert is no surer way to produce scrubs than to mix breeds and get antagon istic forces and purposes into close contact. While it is true that com mon cattle can be bred up and made far better, the continued improve ment is only accomplished by keep ing to one line of breeding — that of pure-bred sires of the same breed every time ; but never when first one breed, then another, is taken. The Trouble is that our cattle, a.s a rule, have too many relatives, and each of these has contributed a family or breed characteristic, until the d.esir-1 able influences n'nd ''points''...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

i BRIEF MENTION. I — — — — The Under-Secretary for Mines last week received a telegram from Warden Clifton, East Murchison, an nouncing that the St. George lease at Lake Darlo had crushed 24 tons f or 1286 oz., an average of over 58oz. per ton. The new lighthouse which is to be erected at Cape Natural iste, on the south-west coast, will stand at an altitude of 382ft. above sea level. The focal plane light will be of the first order, and will bv visible a dis tance of 27 miles. An important gold discovery is reported to have been made by u party of men who were prospecting at Pawes Range,,. sixty miles from Gladstone, and a few miles north of Glassford Creek. An old man named William Davis, aged 70, was recently found drown ed in about a foot of water at Rheola, Victoria. The police afterwards found securities and scrip of the value of more than £2000 in his hut, and on Saturday the floor of the primi tive dwelling was dug up, with the result that gold, silver, and bank securities of...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL Minium for pi'.d on 1 1 1 « * beach should prove wort h trying airain. as during the ]iast week exceptionally heavy seas have been running. Mr. Glasiter. of Fiuiumi and iilasiti'l1. Hie woil-Kiiown iientists o| Lismore. will visit the Hay on the l~th inst.. and can he consulted at; ! he Great Nun hern J Intel. ' ~S\v*. A. K. lirown i of the K.S. andi A. Bank) is visiting tin- Metropolis. Mr. W. Bailey, our local Postma.s-i lev. is spending a well-earned lioli-' day down South. : J)r. G. A. Inues Ma.ckay was en tertained at a banquet and presented with a purse -of sovereigns at Mr. Cooper's Hall, Maclean, on the 4-th inst. This was a fareweil prior to 1 his departure for TJsmore. There U was a lariie and lepresentative com- I pany present, conipi'ising over -i() I leadinir townsmen and country resi- |j dents. One and all testified the || regard they felt for .Dr. Mackay anil ]j regreited iiis departure. Dr. Mac- I kay is now the visiting doctor for I Byron Bay, so w...

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COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

COMMENTARIES. TlIK i'ollowinv taliU' jirepared by the (it'iMiian l-'.mpi'ror's own linnd lms liet'ii prcscntt'd to the KYichsta.ir i'hiii parintr the strengths of the Brit ish and the (ierman luivics. This ac-t is said to he imei prcted in Ki in- land as siirni lira lit of the ultimate ambition of the Iviiser. The Morning I'osl HiiLr.ur«'Sts that as an answer to the comparison made by the Kaiser Great Britain should build a North Sea squadron consisting of IS battle-! ships, ;uul that, she should establish! a now naval harbour on the east! coast of England. j Some weeks a','-- the' Sydney Morning; H'jrald' published tables sliowinir the; naval strength of tiio suven .^reat Powers.: A repro luction of the figures relating to j Ureit Britain and Germany will be iuter ?ist'iifj in view of the above news by cablo. Of effective, battleships Croat Britain has : — ? j Battleships : First-class. 41 : second ulass. 11 : thir-'-jlass, 17 : total (lit. Cruisers : First-'. 1 iss. 4!) : sei'Oi i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

BYRON BAY GOAGH WORKS ... —AND — ? Oen«ral Blacksmith, — - . [Established 1H5J1.] ? o ? T7EHICLES made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only used.. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming done on the Premises. ! Sulkies aiid Spring Cjirks 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 Par! ictilars. J. W. BflfWER, Proprietor. Agent for l'oitio & Son's. Horse Medicines. ? ? — ? _ — ! I Safer Confectioner, and general Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY. — | i ,, Ml ..„ ? „ „ ? . , ,_, j A -1!ioi«'-- anri S'i--to-S-sil-- Stork alwayw on viciv. M DRAPERY, ' ? — *™ M? GROCERY, i Mfr*. BOOTS Sc SHOES, i M% CLOTHING, j 9m ^ HOSIERY, : 1 IRONMONGERY, ' ? ^. etc., etc. ! .TEiHiiiory and fl-JM\ss\nsikJBsy: I-oiii-' a! stis-a'I-%si iio'se*1. ! Bread delivered all over the District at 3jd. per Loaf. ; PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... II)...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

There is ;i phenomenal trotting mare at Glasgow the performances of which draw largo crowds. She runs without a jockey, saddle, or bnile — just- as if at grass ; a fast horse pacing her in from, and some 1 l 1 1 1 t-i£l i*t\i* 1*1 \r»A 1 lM* »1 t It i hw \n cr\i I \i»/n I behind her. Lately she beat her own record by trotting in this fashion live miles in l;-min. 1.2sec. She seems always to unilerstaiid what is expected of her, and keeps as close to the rail as if actually under guid ance.

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The Supremacy of the Lie. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

The Supremacy oftlic L.ie. It is sometimes difficult and often pain ful— to tell the truth. A lie is so much better dressed than the truth, The truth is a labouring man. the lie is the success ful stockbroker. The truth may trump wearily and painfully, the lie rides in a carriage. The truth hesitates and stam Mlf»T'(£ tint lin m ?|u pniii' Mii/1 ne Vfillllilj* iif smooth sentences as the brook is prolific of musical babble. Truth limps with a stone-bruise, the lie (lances with sound and graceful feet. Do you ask who is to blame for this condition of society. You are — everybody is. While professing to love the truth, we are bored by it. While pre tending to scorn the lie, we are enraptured with it. We fan see its paint, powder, and false hair, but there is music in its voice, and its manners are engaging, Truth is a ] dodder, the liar is a poet. Truth raises the corn, hut the lie pockets the money. In this life facts are rough stones. Fic tion is the carved figure. Facts belong to a...

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKKTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, 1/- per Ib. Bacon, lid. per 11). BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, 1/- per lb. Bacon 1/- per lb. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Button-, lOjjdtolld perlb. Bacon, lOd to UUl par lb.

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

^FUN.A A Brooklyn young man was read ing ' Hamlet '. to his sweetheart the other day, and come to the passage, ' Or if thou wilt needs marry, marry a fool.' — ' Is that a proposal, dear 'r — Yes, darling.' he replied : and they settled th 3 -matter there and then. 'It's all very well to grumble about the excessive charges of cab men,7 s:»id Flattery : ' but, I tell you' it's largely our own fault.1 — ' I don't see it in that light,' replied Greene. — k Well, don't you see, if you want a cab, yon call a cabman and, natur ally, lrj takua yo i in. Sj ? ?' A gentleman, in apologizing for language used, siid, ' 1 did not mean to say what I did. but the fact is that, as you will sue, 1 have had the mi.s fortune to lose some of my front teeth, and the words slipom of my mouth every now and then without my knowing it.' A. (writing) : * How many g's in aggregate?' — B. (supposing the query i-iifei's to the fir ^ syllable only) : 'Two.' — C. (who is nothing if not accurate in computation) : '...

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Useful Hints MILLINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

Oseful flints* ? ::o:: ? MILLINERY. We all know j to our sorrow, that it is next to impossible to afford a . hat for every gown, though most of us, happily, possess three. One of . these should always be the large pic ture hat of black velvet, or thick straw for the winter, and for the summer of crinoline or lace straw. JNo colour at all should be seen on it. The ail-black hat is one of the most important adjuncts ro a well-dressed woman's wardrobe, for it fills that very trying period known as ' all occasions.' . Hats untrimmed, are now cheaper than ever, and anyone with a scrap of natural taste can make up a smart piece of head-gear at home for a very! few shillings. The hat so trimmed might lack the professional touch, and not be suitable for very ' nest ' wear but suitable for mornings or even afternoon and evening wear on the pier or beach. Always try anil secure a- straw or felt hat that you .can pinch- into various shapes to suit your face- Or if yon have a a hat that suits y...

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