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DAIRY & FARM. Potato Growing. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

[?] Potato (Growing. A correspondent desires some in formation concerning potato grow ing which may he useful for others desiring to plant for an autumn crop. The land, being a sandy loam, should nave had a good ploughing to a depth of (Jin. some two months ago ; in heavier soil sub-soiling is advis sable. It should be ploughed im mediately, and harrowed and rolled. Cultivation on the Hat, that is by ploughing in the seed, is how most favoured by experienced growers, the seed potatoes being planted in every third furrow. The width be tween the rows should be about 27in., so that the sods turned should be IMn. wide. About l»icwt. of seed to the acre is allowed. The seed should be planted a little over a foot apart in the furrows, the planting being, as a rule, done by boys, who carry the potatoes in bags slung from their shoulders, and place them, using both hands. A smart boy, with another to carry seod to certain points may move as fast as a pair of plough horses, but if a three-fu...

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SITUATION IN AUSTRALIA. WHAT THE LONDON DAILIES THINK. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

SITUATION IN AUSTRALIA. WHAT TMK LONDON DAI-.IKS THINK. H. W. Wilson, assistant editor of the London '? Daily Mail,' in a series of artic les, anticipates lhatan Australian crisis will take plare before long, exceeding that of 1 -Si-r-5 . arising from its perpetual borrowing, its policy of hindering immigration, its fictitious wage rate, and drought. Mr. Wilson estimates that for the live years ending Murcli l!-0-k as much as £1 1,000 000 will have been expended on unproductive works, and goes on to/* say i that the re trenchment effected so far by the States | lias been confinod'to the national defences.] The indebiness had been incurred in main taining in comfort and affluence, thej worker, who regarded the new-comer as! merely a competitor for wages within' his own maintained paradise. Despite thej hugh deficits the policy of probable ex-i penditure on relief works and old-age j pensions is likely to. be iirlo'-ted exteu-.i sively. Australians' ought Mr. Wilson contends ; to have...

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

TFAttARAJH NOTES. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. The weather has been all that could be desired, from a farmers point of view, warm with nice showers, and now and then the tail end of a storm. The grass is growing at a rapid pace, and the maize looks very promising, but we want a heavy fall of rain to wash out creeks and water-holes. The Bachelors of Tyagarah gave a ball last Friday evening, in a room kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. P. Buckley, there was a good atten dance from all parts. The following ladies were present : — Madames Buckley, Smith, Maher, Fnrness, L. Holfand, McDermott, Craig, Flick Everitt, Atkins : Misses Bucklev, Smith, M. Goodall, W. Flick, E. Cannon, Pete, M. Wagganer, B. Wagganer, Costello, (Byron Bay), N. Sanderson, T. Sanderson, The ladies were one and all nicely dressed but the Tyagarah girls always look nice no matter what kind of dress they wear — whether in the latest fashion or a little bit behind. Mr. Maher acted as M.C., and was 'all there ' as such...

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Telegraphic News. WELLINGTON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

rpele|raf)!7ic j^Ws. WELLINGTON. TUESDAY. Thomas, Keid, clerk, in tin.1 employ of Messrs. Sargood, Son. and Kwen, Dnnediu, was murderously assaulted and robbed of £2-Sl- yesterday after noon. Mr. Reid was taking the money in a hag from the warehouse to the boot factory behind the rail- .. way station, a part of the town which is not much visited. While nnssin-r ? a vacant allotment a person struck him a stunning blow on the head, put a sack over him, and cleared out with the money. Reid is unable to speak coherently. It is doubtful if he will be able to describe his assailants: . An arrest has been made. COONAMBLK. Tuesday. About ill) patients are in the hospitals t-- night, and about IM'I cast'--* have been rr ported in the to\\;n and (..i-striet. Dr. Mil iard, from thC'Health Department, ha-s practically taken charge of operations in the hospital. Dr. Bertram, the local med ical health officer, being in charge of pati ents. This latter has secured the services of Dry Weeks from Sy...

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Cable News. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

(?able }-tews. London, Tuesday. The price of Ney South Wales 6 percent, stock is '£1)0 5s— a fall of £1 15s since last Friday. (The State Treasurer, on being spoken to last evening by a ' Herald' representative, stated that he supposed the fall was simply on account of the state of the money imivW, in London. Nothing had transpired in connection with the financial transactions of New South Wales that would account for it. Mr. Wardell added that he noticed last week that British consols had fallen in value. He believed the cause of the decline would be found in the fluctuations of the money market, and thought the New South Wales 3 per cents, would come back in a short time to the price they were before commencing to decline. ' Is it possible the fall is due to another £1,000,000 Treasury bills , being offered for sale ?' ' I do not think,' said Mr. War dell, ' that any action has been taken in the direction of selling another £1,000,000 Treasury bills. I put ' the decline down as si...

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

Bgrmt'Bajg %tm?b. HIM SHALL THI PRESS THE PEOPLES- RIOHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BV INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBEDBV BAIN | HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER OLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDOED TO RELIGION, LOVALTV, AND LAW. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1(103

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. February, 19th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. February, 19th 1903. Cavanba s.s fi73 tons. Captain J. H. Hunter from Sydney. Passengers : — Madames Mnrphey. Arnold and child. Perkins and child. Waters, Hawkins, Bugden. Sem gVeen. Hains, Murray. Bryant. Misses Wilson, Gibson. Sinclair. Graham. Gray. BHlenser Messrs. Moore. Semuree'n, Caswell. Boydo. Macham. Lillie. Thomp son Mndcaff. C'irran. Clark. Bovde. Xicoll, Gray. Monm. W. H. Taylor. Bu«'den T Taylor. Bugden. Dakerty. Rev. f- Hains.' And 1 1 in the Steerage. FREIGHT. 2-X- Tons General Merchandise. ;i horses and 2 cows. REPORT, Left Sydney at midnight on Tnesdav, reached Newcastle 1 p.m.. Wednesday. Called at Trial Bay and Coff s Harbour and arrived in Byron Bay at C- p.m., on Thursday. Experienced southerly winds, with showers. Sea moderate.

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CASTLE CRIEFE. (Continued). CHAPTER II [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

CflSTliE CRIEfE. {Continued). CHAPTER II ^Yf} UT he was inclined to be' a ||j\ little wild : and though hej }-J did not openly rebel against ^| his mother, or thwart her in any way, Lady .Juliet was early made aware that he was not the man to run in leading-strings; and, recognised something of her mvn mit.iii-p in tbsit of Iipi* Imiutanmp ft son, she gracefully resigned herself )} to the in vituhle, and ruled him only f, through the undoubted influence [/ which she possessed over him. / Jt was much against her wish % tliat he should leave her but some thing of old Giiscoigne's roving, Bo hemian disposition had descended toj his grandson, and nothing would satisfy young Owen after he left col lege but a tour over the continent — that is to say, he desired to wander i about the world a bit in his own 'i fashion, before settling down to the ' life of a country gentleman. 1 During his absence from England a sad event happened, which, how ever, resulted in solacing Lady Juliet for the l...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

LOCAL AND CENERAL Mr. Codrington, of Walgett, is the purchaser of Mr. H. Horsey's farm at Federal. Mr. Codrington takes pos session early in March. The Tweed Bar is still in a hope less condition. The s.s. Wollombin (of the G. W. Nicoll line), laid out smeror sometning like eight days, ,and finding it impossible to get over Isteamed back to the Bay, and un loaded a cargo of coal, tlie same is trucked to Murwillumbah, we under stand, for the use of the dredges at work there. These delays must cost Mr. Nicoll no little worry and ex pense, but the wonder lies in the fact, that the steamers do not get over the ;bar and fail to get out again. The £16,000 paid out by the North Coast Coy. Ltd., shows an increase of £1,500 on the last months* report, which must, surely, be a source of congratulation to the Company. The dryness and heat taken into consid eration, it is a wonderful amount to be paid out in one month. Farmers down south, near Bega, round Tilba Tilba waj*, are turning to cheese...

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Poetry and Fiction. Little Chapters. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

,^ ? i 7 \ MS A / \s-\\\\i Pfyabters. Who that has liv'd in this world of care Has not a story of something aad Writ in the book of hi« inmost heart V Sorry and suffering --gav and glad — Some little chapters we all must have, Hidden away from our dearest friends Loves that have died for unspoken words. Dreams that have come to untimely Some little chapters that's folded down. Something remember' d neath Sorrow's crown ! Who that has liv'd in this hollow world Passes along free from care and strife i ; Who that has hopings, and doubts ami fears. Knows not the bitterest side of life V Joy comes at times to the faintest heart. Taking the place of her sister — Pain. Skies are unclouded, and sun shines out. Summer and childhood arj ours again : Still there's chapter, however small. Quite unf.orgolten ?-??for good and all. I. So runs the world and we live to learn, Choosiim in time the brave and the true. Letting Iresh fancies, and dreams, and love. Nestle deep ('own in our hearts anew. ...

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

COMMENTARIES. i-. ? WILL our Federal statesmen ever decide upon the site for the Federal city ? Why not Melbourne, say the Victorians, or Sydney, echoes the N.S.W. statesman, when by speaking thus neither are considering the other states! JJoes the principal plank, or item, of the Commonwealth Const-1, itution count for so little that they would amend and alter already ? has it no backbone ? When it did not suit those same Federal statesmen to alter or amend, in regard to the duties on breadstuffs, they were very firm and indignant at the mere idea, but now they would amend to suit themselves, after first going th rough j the formality of asking the people, bej it understood. Here is one amend ment that Sir William Lyne ' would favour in regard to the section j relating to the Federal capital, would be in the direction of abolish ing the provision that it shall not be established within 100 miles of Sydney.' Now this is but getting in ' the thin end of the wedge ' and will but end (...

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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 February 1903

Oseful .pints* FASHIONS. Neatness is to be the rule of the ctming winter. Everything more closely fitted, blouses less pouched, but plenty of fulness in the sleeve from elbow to wrist. Skirts are still to be trained, if yon wish to be fashionable, but you will wear a short Blurt ii you are a woman oi sense. If you decide on the short skirt, you must gore it all round till it flares at the bottom like an umbrella, and fits like a glove at the waist. As to fa-: brio's, it is said, the rough-haired 1 cloths of last winter will not be worn, but smooth-faced cloths. For col our green will be in high favour, and navy blue also, At home the fa vourite trimming for navy blue serge has been green, especially a shot blue and green silk. A dull shade| of grey will be seen, with touches of I cherry colour, which last would look charming on a clear-complexioned wearer. There is not much that is new ex cept as regards blouses The newest I have heard of are accordion-pleated with very full sleeves...

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

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS ? ?:-. —and— ' ??-. — - Genera I Blacksmith, ? \ r [Established 1891.] ? .o ? T VEHICLES 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 built equal to Sydney. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call or send for Prices before sending out of the District. I HAKNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices ami Full Particulars. J. W. BflflNER, Proprietor. Agent for Pott-ie & Son's. Horse Medicines. i ? . ??????. 2.. }(. EvGFltt, Baker Confectioner, and (Senegal Storekeeper, - BYRON BAY. — A Choice and IJp-to-Date Stock always on view. ? I 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. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, | ... Byron Bay. ... I i [Executes nil orders '?- the above Trades with Best Workma...

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

sjmji A poet wants to know ' where the ^i fleecy clouds are woven ?' In the II air-looms, of course. ( I _ — ?'???j»V i I Some men are good because good- 1 1 ness pays best, and then, again, some j I are good for nothing. 1 1 The notice of the wedding of a prominent gambler last week con tained this significant paragraph: ' No cards.' 'What is the matter with the baby ?' asked a lady of a little girl. she understood to be ailing. ' Oh, nothin' much,' was the an swer. ' He is only hatch in1 teeth.' * Hello,'. Smith ! Suppose a man hiarries liis first wife's step-sister's aunt, what relation is he to her?1 ! 'First' wife — um — .step-aunt — er let's see. I don't know.' . k Bright fellow ! He's her hus band.' | k Smith, why don't 'you get your jlia'mpnds insured ?' asked Jones.' : ' Where can I do that ?' innocently ask^ Smith. ' At the Plate. Glass Insurance. Company, of course,' Jones replied; and -a coldness has grown up between them. ' ' Well-meaner : ' Is that your dog '?' Desirab...

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CASTLE CRIEFE. (Continued.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

CflSThE CRIEFE. (Continue.!). CHAPTKR III. OXK !' i-.-IiomI li.-r ladyship. §thr fold. sick feeling of dread returning with ten-fold force. ! '? (idllO where -' ' Ah, my lady : tl.a' I cannot tell you.' answered the man. who seim e 1 scarce co.mi-an: of what he said. ' Tlia' is why I crime here.; Tiic Souire, perhaps, could tell me.' 'You forget yotirs'-'lf, L\nton.''j sail 1 her ladyship haughtily. 'What; has t lit* Squire to do with your' 1 laughter's -lis ippear.ince r' ', '? Lady -Juliet.' sail I the man firm-: ly. ' I have hei'ii your servant for! nearly thirty years: 1 have served! you faithfully, and never during tiicj whole of that time have I once for-; gotten wlm' was due either to you: or the tiKis'er. nor do I now. But 1 1 came here to-night, my huly, no: as your servant. but as an injured man who seeks help and justice from the in itl e ? of the man who .lias injured him. Lady Juliet, your so.i has rob bed me of my daughter. ' Where is he r For I will see him. and tax h...

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Poetry and Fiction. A Fond, Foolish Kiss. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

-yo/-/m and '2fi£&vm. -$A p©nd, poolisl? ( Kiss. The rain is rattling 0:1. the pane, the wind is sweeping by. Now with discor I ant shriek, anon with: melancholy cry, t . A lonely man. J sit and read beside the ?lying fire, The daily tale of love and crime, of greed and vai.1. 'desire. The letter-s blur an 1 fa le. the room grows! dim an 1 disa;-iiears. And in its stead* old scenes come !)7ick( across the waste of years : And set in a frame of golden hair a fair yo-.ing face I see. Whose two soft eyes of deepest Mile look: wistfully on me. Once, on a memorable eve. when heart and hope were young. Those luminous eyes w ton my life a sud den glory fl ing : : As she w.is then I see he:1 now. my young.'! my only choice. The brigh'nes-; mi her s-.:imy !.n»w- the] music in her voice. j One question, and Init one I a*k. thc?» for an answer wait. My very heart is motionless, expectant, of it-« fate! A wondro'.i- light, the light of love. glows in the tender eyes. Her breath is warm ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? dtoneral Blacksmith, [Established 1891.] ? .0 ? 'T TKHICI/K8 made to Oi-dei- with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming done on the Premises. Sulkies :iM«l Spring €arts 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. f For Prices and Full Particulars. ';, J. W. BRWiER, PpoppieW. Agent for Pottie it Son's. Horse. Medicines. y{. Everitt, Bafter ^onfec+ioner, and Senegal S+orefecpGr, ??- IiYRON DAY. -- A - lioM-e and l'i--to-I-ate Stock always on view. * DRAPERY. MT GROCERY, jBV- BOOTS & SHOES. MK CLOTHING, m ^ HOSIERY, 1 IRONMONGERY. ^^ etc., etc. lliiiciu'i-y and l-i---sss.nakiii^ I-oii4' at siioi'tost iii-!i-'-\ Bread delivered all over the District at 3Ad. pei- Loaf. jO^ g^) -rJ jrt 4J x-j x-j J PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, Byron ISay. Kxecutes all '.;?.?;??:-: in the ab...

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Repartee. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

Ki't$:sr!«'-i. N\ e doubt if any repartee ever surpassed in delicacy the reply made by an Mast Indian servant of Lord Dufl'erin. when he was Vicero\ of India. 'Well, what sort of sport has L-trd -had f r-:t i 1 1 hulferin one day to his ?? shikarrv,' or sp.irtiiii.' servant, who ha-l attended a young Knglish lord on a shooting excursion. ?'.Oh !' replied the scrupulously polite H jndu. ' the yoiini! Sahil- shot divinely, but (Jod was \.-ry merciful to the birds.' This reminds us of .-mother -y, .r: im: yum. When the celebi a;.-d physiciiin. Sir Henry H ? -1 lainl. told S\d;,ey Smith that he bad failed to kill e|[ her one of a lu-aee n{' jiliea s.anis that had risen within easy range near Smith's home, ihe wittty ilivine asked. '* Why did you not prescaibe for them ':' Another day Sir Henry was engage, i in :, |i,)t ;ir. yument with Sydney Smith's bro ther.' Bpbus ' Smith, a harrister. con cerning the merits I,)' 1 ||,.||. re-|iecti've professions. ?? \'. m will admit.' sai.l Sir 'He...

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Queensland Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

Queensland Items. Owing to the continued want of. rain, farmers round Gattan are get ting disheartened, as they are placed in the position of being absolutely dependent on the stores for the very necessaries of life. Some of the late corn might possibly be saved if rain came within a few days, but there seems to be little hope of it. The grass is also withering, and the lucerne in most cases has received a severe check. The continued, drought says a Queensland con espondent. has been the cause 'of Warwick and Allora abandoning their annual shows. Both these,, held on adjacent dates, were, the' means of attracting a good maiiy visitors, so that their abandonment will mean a consider able,.! oss to the local business people. Staiithorpe. however, held its annual show during the past week, and bad no reason to regret :t, the display ef fruit being magnificent. In the old days Stanthorpe was a flourish ing centre of a tin-mining d 'strict. but gradually the mines were shin down and the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

.-...?????? , i A FATHMfll HHIilBAY itB-S'OHT, ! ij ? B Y R () X ? B A Y I ? ? ? ? ? [ Ex-*l!-%sil \-T«'ii;i-Kl;iii-m. IS--M .?Vies Win***, and Spirit. 15-'M oi I'iiblo. F.vrn %t1-*iMi«»B9. 8' i | S:».j:jj»U'. and 5£illt;;i-2 8S:;«:r::s, M\|Mii-iin«'-l ami 1'aiclul 4»r!Ms;ii. HolH \l airvjojtrMr ;3;-eis all ijiivsias by -c«i :m-i T:aiu. H 4 S i!ii- Hotel is situ;it(-il nearer to the iVcilic Oceiiii than nnv (itlicr in Aii-tr;i!;a. it is needless to describe H- Clin.niii !: ? I AS A SUMMER RESORT. 8 | A. T. Klim. P«()PHIET()H. Bi „ _____ __ _ ? . ? . ? i; I (JKNKIJAL STOUKKKKPKirs. MVIJON HAY. 'I'll ? chi-.ij i -: ; 1 1 1 ? I !ic-: Iimms' iii tin' ii-kIi- fin- ??\-«-r\M liii'.i.1. I \ H (in ti. .!. (i. I. ...?!-.? ,v ('?!.. Cor 1-,'tM.lin^ Iron iill li'iiyths I Jii |.--i- ftn.i. 1° ,1 o0 (iii t«. .1 (I Luck.' ,V ('?'.. fnr I'.cst Aiiici-icim P)iirl)C'l Win- lf-s \»-v mil. H | J\V o t* (Jo t-i .1. fi. L--;-:-.- ,'c C.i.. fur M.-irs* |',.iy'.-Sriits.c:nM|n-st ;iml li-s(. |« \\\ Y/9 \ ^...

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