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Breach of Promise Case Settled. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

Breach of Promise Case Settled. A breach of promise case, which poss essed unusual interest, was listed for trial before the Chief Justice at Warrnavnbool When, however, the case was called on Mr. Purves. K. C. intimated that a settlement had been effected in tniinic r»f !i nntu wliii-li 111- Vi:i in'l»-fl TO till Judge, with a request that its contents should be kept secret. The plaintiff was Priscilla Densley. a domestic servant, and she sought to recover .tM 0.000 from Marcus Oldhan'i, of The Towers. Toorak. In April. Oldham. who is a brother of tin late Mrs. Silas Hardin;.r. met Miss Densley at a bazaar and a few days after pro posed, and was accepted.' Oldham pre sented his fiancee with valuable jewellery, and escorted her over a house in Toorak. where they were to live. A day was fixed for the wedding, bridal bouquets were ordered, and everything was proceeding happily, when the girl's illness caused a postponement. Another day was fixed, but there was another postponement, an...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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The Indian Soldier and the Russians. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

The Indian Soldier and the Russians. If there I-e some timid people in Great Britain afraid of Rissian designs upon India, let them read the retort of the old Indian aoldier in China (say* ' St. James Gazette'). After an inspection General CJasolee asked the Indian if any had a complaint to make or a ijnestion to ask. A fine old subadar-major, who hud fought in thts Mutiny for us (says 'Army and Navy '?). replied : ?' We have now been fighting in tins far-off country for months, and we have seen the soldiers of the whole world. Ever since we were children we have heard that tho Russians are coining ? o take India. Now we have seen the Russians here, and we would ask the Gen eral Sahib if these are the same Russians of whom the British Government is afraid, and who are to take our country ?' The whole group waited breathlessly for an answer. ' Yes. these are the very Rus sians,1' said the General. '?Then.' and all the sidars (officers) spoke with one iccord, ' let us declare war to-d...

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Queensland Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

Queensland Items. '* Last Saturday week's train (says the Port Denison Times), which was one of the longest on record for the Bowen railway, brought down the remainder of the railway employees, uiic;iL nivco cm n xaiiiiiioo, uUQCUlltri with their houses, furniture, goats, fowls, and other belongings. The line which is at present closed and abandoned, is left to the tender mer cies of white ants, floods etc. In short, it is left to the tender mercies of Providence.' We understand the control of the line has since been taken over by the Bowen Divisional Board. Information has been received at Longreach that a serious disaster overtook Cromhie's sheep which were travelling from Jundah to Greenhills. When going through Neenah Park no less than 1200 suc cumbed to the effects of a poisonous weed.' The loss of the owners is very serious. The sheep were re moved from Greenhills at the begin ning of the drought, and fed for raanv months on agistment near Jun dah.' A strange epidemic is preva...

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South Coast Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

Souffj ^oasf It^ms. A boat's rudder and a man's cap and vest have been found on the coast near Pambula. They are be lieved to belong to the 'fisherman Peter the Greek, who with his son, has been missing from his camp since early in January, having last been seen when going out to sea to fish. The following letter appears in the Monty a Examiner of the 3rd inst. : ' Sir, — As a paragraph to the effect that a dairy-farmer down Bega way realised £1.30 in one month on 40 head of cows, has gone the round of the South Coast papers, I suggest the following as a very interesting and in structive -sequel : A young man thoroughly proficient in dairyfarm ing work applied to one of those now prosperous dairy-farmers near Bega for work, which was offered him at the remuneration of 8s per week ! The young Australian is still on the wallaby. — Argus.' Dr. Hay has resumed control of Berry Central Butter Factory. An interesting incident occurred at Lincluden (near Cooma) during a dry thunderstorm on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

SOUTH BRITISH FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE GO. CAPITAL - - £1,900,000. The SOUTH BEITISH 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, tor its moderate rates of premium, and for the undoubted security it affords its policy-holders. . INSURE YOUR PROPERTY in the SOUTH BRITISH COMPANY. k°cal **&nt Cfl. B. focfaon, ? BntON bay., ? Head Office for Queensland and Northern N.S. Wales. 363 and 365 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. W. A. RIGBY, Manager. Irs. J. Joyce, r UP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenshmder, Week. MELBOURNE PAPERS. Leader and Saturday. anbthe BYRON BAY RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery, Fancy Goods, All kinds of Patent Medicine. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Jim Wilson, Builder and Contracto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

Jjjp y^ \y v^JjJH |jjrijf Jj^ 'jjT1 JiEii) . jj^j- WLjjfl Jgjji y| . !Ijjy ifej^ £| J|^I©W«1£ $ yirk's Pier .KoteL BYRON BAY] I I Excellent Accommodation. Be si Ale*, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. ! ? 1 Sample and Billiard Rooms. Experienced and Careful Groom. Hotel Wagonette u:ects all Arrivals by Sea and Train. I 1 S this Hotel is .situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it i.s needless to describe its Charms II. | AS A SUMMER RESORT. j A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOR, - ?? ..... ? *~-~ ' ? ' ?? ? ' ? ' — ' I I i rj. (J. Iioeke & Co., | j GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYRON BAY. ! ; .. ?? U Thi' cheapest and best house in the trade for everything. ! ?! ** . ? p ; '** Go tn J. 0. Locke A Co., for Rooting Iron all lengths 4J-il per foot. §J ! ^\ q ** Go to J. (i. J.ocke ^ Co., for Best Ame.rican Barbed Wire if-s per coil. *^ \ ? ^Vvi^ *$ (io to J. (i. Locke ^ Co., for Men's A: Boy's Suits. Cheapest and Best. %% 0 /? ] '=^^0^. %%. (ro to .1. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

PROGRESS. HP I ' RX( )VER for six months ending September, 1 oi, 190-j. £140,300. OH ARKS taken up by farmers to date g A!W npOTAL Number of Shareholders ' | nc-t ^TETT profits for Half-year ending 30th Septeni * ^v.v.m. ' ? £1603 5s- V1 ? —THE—1 ,-_... Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITED. £?!--- Siisscx-Slrt'oi. Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

nm lipmt mm mtmt CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. BYRON BAY. Sworn Aralnator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. LAND and General Commission A.yent Commissioner for Affidavits. ' -LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. .LIMITED. ' — NOTICE. — ~T'\7~E will be prepared to receive Cream V V at the new Factory, Lismore. com mencing WEDNESDAY. 3rd DECEM-i BEE. l«)02. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. NORTH COAST CO-OPERATIVE COY.. LTD. PIG TRUCKS will leave the Sidings as formerly, viz. : Bexhill — Every Monday. Lismore— Every Tuesday. Eltham — Every Tuesday. Nashua —Every Monday. Bungalow —Every Saturday. Murwillumbah- -Every Saturday. No non-shareholders' pins taken. W/ H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. E. C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, M H K W I L L U M B A II . feiivoi'ii Valuator iibkIvi* R«»a! Properly Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., ('^ ET your 'Visiting' Cards printed TT at the 'Byrox B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

For really i7//V Dressmaking and Millinery visit Mrs. Everitt's new Dressmaker (late of Footscray's Melbourne').'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

'VTEW Fast, Express Bi- Weekly JlN Service to Sydney. THEC. W. NICOLL LINE (Oldest Established Line running from this district.) THE NEW STEAMERS »* CAVAWBA ' & ' D0RRIOO.n The New, Powerful, Electric-lighted, High-class and Up-to-date s.s. 'Cav- anba,' fi K.) tons (carries British Board of Trade Equipment and Passenger Cer tificate.) The 'Cavanba' has a large promenade deck, social hall, smoking roon^ hot and cold sea-water baths, is handsomely furnished — saloons and two berth cabins. Leaves Sydney kvkky tuksi»ay, at 10.30 p.m.. for Byron Bay. billing at Newcastle only, due at Byron Bay about noon on Thursday. Leaves again kvkky satuhmay, at 7. p.m., and is due in Sydney on Monday- at 4 a.m. The New s.s. 'Dorrigo,' 400 tons, from Svdney fkimay kvkxinc, and leaves Bvron Bav for Svhiev ti'Ksday, f- p.m. S.S. *» Wollunbin,' -Tweed River and Sydney — about every eight days. FARES. — Saloon : Return £2 Ids. Fore-Cabin l(-s. each way. Agent* at Listnore : Hind marsh & Du...

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The "Encore" Nuisance. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

1'lic ' Encore' Nuisance-. Apropos of' nothing in particular (says the ' Brisbane Courier.) the ' encore' nuisance is becoming as unbearable in Brisbane as everywhere else. The pro moters of a concert prepare a programme calculated to draw a crowd. If an ama teur programme, it, is generally prepared with a view of drawing that crowd on account ho tli of its intrinsic merits and us lengtii. mo puunc weign tne pro gramme and the cause in the balance, and decii.ie whether it is wanting or not. If they are satisfied, they go to the con cert to hear the programme. But they don't hear the programme -—or rather they do hear the programme, but it is swelled out of all recognition by encores. It, is not as though the public were unanimous on1-. the |-oint. As a matter of fact, encores are -generally engineered by a few loud clappers, who desire as much as possible for their money. They greedily ask for more because it is their nature to, and they 'haven't the excuse of Oliver Twist. The majo...

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

C'lini-cli of England. Parish Of Byron Bay. Sunday, February, 22nd, IWH. Byron Bay, 8 a.m. Bangalow, 11 p.m. Brooklet 2.30 p.m. Byron Bay, 7.30 p.m. EDWIN J. D0DD.

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A Peculiar Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

A Peculiar fuse. At the Klthain Court, Victoria Joseph Bedden Rodda was charged with having received and boarded Annie Louise A. Walker, an alleged lunatic, now deceased. The case for the prosecution was mat deceased nau oeen thirteen or fourteen years with accused's family who received '-s. a week from her friends. She suffered from epileptic tits, and at first occupied a room with Rot h la's daughter. But, as the fits got worse, the patient was removed to a building twenty yards from the house. Here she lived for six years being locked up alone at night, and sometimes during the day. Mary Jane Walker, mother of the deceased, said the latter was 'M years old. She. had b«en with Rodda's family sixteen or seventeen years, but, though witness paid os. a week, she had not been able to S9e her daughter for about twelve years. Wm. Anderson, carpenter, said he worked at Rodda's for seven or eight weeks in August last, but never saw the deceased once. He heard a cry like that of a jackass ...

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Presbyterian Church of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

Prosh) f -'riuu CIiiiitIi of Australia. Sunday, February, 22nd. J'.»08. Byron Hay, 11 a.m. REV. C. C. HAIXS.

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NORTH COAST CO-OP., COY. LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

NORTH COAST GO-OP., COY. LIMITED. Following is the monthly report of the North Coast F.F. and Cold Stor age Coy. Limited : CREAM : The cream supply fell the month, more so than at any part of the dry season, we are experienc ing, the rains just fallen have al ready made a perceptible increase. The cream has shown a decided improvement on the previous month, small ants and flies were in the cream pretty frequently, and caused some second quality. It is apparent though, that num bers hold their cans until filled, and always have some left over, conse quently, indifferent and cheesy flav our is the result. The ' Lismore Branch ' has an mcreasin'r number of sunuliers. but quantities are small, good rain though, would remedy this defect. The number of suppliers already have more than doubled since start ing. BaCOX : The supply of pigs has in creased considerably, and isdecidedh encouraging, but the weights are inclined to be light, these are not so profitable to the factorv, to mani pula...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

HANDBILLS,! JEnveiopcs, I -T ohbjik'k ial Work! all kinds, I Rubber SlninpK.fl GIVE US A TRIA« 1 ? . ? „ ? 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

Cards, FrogrammeK, Circulars, ' Letter If leadings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

G[reat JVoFthern J^otelJ BY R ON BAY. ' ,??.?'? ..??-..?;???; ,' ?? _ ... ? ? ????? ??) ' ? ' ' ' . ? ' '? '?-??'?-..'.'? '^ . ? ? ; ? ? ? . ' ? -' ? ii ' r Sea Side Resort. f j ... -. - ' I ? ? ? ? -! ? . ? ; ? ? ? ; ? i ? I ? , ? II .: 1 /^Uaaj's .il.,,. byro/j i I '^ ^IDFAT/^ * ^^^— — — ^-=«^^^-s DMT. ^ . .j y / H . ' ' '====== ; ' || \\ \\ ' I S ^^HE GREAT -NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been notpd as a most || ^J/^7 % ^\w ^ ii i conreiiiently situated,, and well managed hostelry. Every attention -;^ ^^'o^^ ? $ c^o'^- M ^-y has' beei'f given. to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ -^1'^^1 -f -=sP7$S- ^- The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. . The rooms are -'# ^li\\ 1 -s/fn\ %% tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony #* 0 \i ' . // I) *$ which is a veritable ' look out' comnianding the most magnificent views of ' ^K ^^ the Bay. and surrounding country. After a few .-moments in this high &Q ^ altitude, where ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

[?] ?j; Wm. Collin & Sons, j i i I I L 131 IT El). i I { ? LINK OF BRTSBAXK SI'KA^IEKS. ? | S.S. LADY MUSGKAVE.j Fi'4'i^lit at Lowest Kates. WM. (.'OLJJN ct 80X8. LTD., I .1. KA^ISHOTHAM, ^ranagei-. | i : Ottiee — ^loleswcirth-sti't-yt, Lisnioiv. { i Byron Bay Record. SPEEDY, i Up-TO^D7^TE. I ? ? ;._ ? ; ? i

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RYE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

RYE. With its usual characteristics so prominent in point of hardiness and wealth of growth, rye is a most suitable crop for forage purposes. It may follow any crop in the rota tion such as maize, potatoes, millet, rape, or field roots, and is recognised ? Ik! ?! HJfif n! 'c»!(nii»infr /iiiivii If h'lC! »l distinct liking for sandy land, the. growth however, is proportionate to the richness of the soil. Stiff clays .mil damp soils, rich in humus, .are juusuited to its requirements. The seed is best sown in drills, \\ to 2 Dusheis to the acre, at a aepth oi i.rom 2 to H inches. The drill Juy.-jes the seed to a uniform depth, causing more of it to germinate.. Very little cultivation is needed after sowing excepting when it' is necessary to conserve moisture. Rye as a pasture is a splendid forage for all kinds of stock, and especially in stimulating in abundant milk flow in dairy cattle before it reaches the jointing stage. Sheep may lie grazed on it earlier th'an cattle with the view ...

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