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Washed off the Rocks at Coogee. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

Washed oH'tfai* Ko4-ks at C.IOOJJ*'*1. About 11 o'clock on Sunday morn ing Charles Frederich Burford, 27. lately living with bis uncle at Park street, Little Coogee, ami Thomas Bryce, 27, a married man. also resid ing in Park-street, were; washed oil' the rocks at Little Coogee and drown ed. The men were noticed bv Messrs. E. H. Han kin, of Edgecliff road, and 0. A. Smith, of Moncnr street. 'Wnollahra, standing on a rock near the water's edge atShark Point. Little Coogoe. They had a long slick, witli which they were collect ing bait for fishing from the rocks. About 20 minutes later a shout was heard, and Messrs. Ran kin and Smith saw one of the men struggling in the breakers about 100 yards from the shore. Before they could secure ? assistance, however, the drowning man threw up his bands and sank from view. They looked for the olh.'T man, but -he was nowhere to be seen. The police were, communi cated with, and on arrival found a coat and a pair of socks, which had evidently belong...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

GIRCULATIMC LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. ? ' ? ♦ ? ? ? ?? ? ?^r-te-Mt.j/nzff ewlM t.y ff./ffJrr/ry. rs/u4ntn-/,. BYRON BAY, Sworn 'Valuator under the Real Property Act, LICENSED AUCTIONEEK. FAND ami (Jeneral Commission Ajjunt J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT \ l For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). NOKTII COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will he prepared to receive Cream at the new Factory, Lismore. com mencing WEDNESDAY. 3rd DECEM BER, 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD. Secretary. NORTH COAST CO-OPERATTVE COY'., LTD. PICi TRUCKS will leave the Sidings as formerly, viz. : Bexhill— Every Monday. Lismore Every Tuesday. Eltham —Every Tuesday. Nashua Every Monday. Bungalow- -Every Saturday. Mnrwillumbah- -Every Saturday. No non-shareholders' piirs taken. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, I»I U K W I L L, V ITI B A II . Sworn Valuator under K«»:sl Properly Act. Assent for New Zealand Insurance Co., GET your Vis...

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

Souilj (Joast Items. John Summers, a young man em ployed by Mr William Cosgrove, of Riversdale Station, was foil nil drown ed in the Murrumbidgee River, about 20 miles from Cooma, on the 17th inst. He was subject to tits, and it is supposed that he was sud denly seized with one and fell into the river. Deceased's body was found in shallow water. Nowra Co-operative Dairy Com pany's factory output for January showed a falling off of about f- tons as compared with December, this being due to the dry weather. The Wollongong Chamber of Commerce has unanimously decided to abolish the system of Christinas boxes hitherto carried on in connec tion with the local trade. Some of the speakers on the subject pro-j nounced them ' a curse.' i It was recently reported that Dr. Hay had taken over the Berry but ter factory again, and that Mr. Mc Veigh was to manage it. This latter part is in correct : Mi-. Sinclair is to retain the managership, '? At the Nowra Show dinner Mr.! Morton, president of th...

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

?'??-?;????. . i NEW Fast, Express Bi-Wcekly Service to S.vdnoy. THE C. W. NICOLL LINE (Oldest Established Line ruiiiiinu: from this district,) THE NEW STEAMERS 'CAVANB.4' A 'DOKK1GO.' The New. Powerful. Electric-liuhtod. Hijjh-dass ;inil [J|)-to-d;ite .s.s..-, 'Cav- nubia,' (-.)l) tons (carries British Board of Tnide Equipment and Passenger C'jr-i tificate.) The ' C.ivauba' lias a liirgoj ))romenade deck, social hall, smoking! room, hot and cold sea- water baths, isl handsomely furnished saloons an 1 txvo berth cabins. Leaves Sydney, Kvkky rr i-*si ).\y. at H ).;{') p.m.. for Byroii Bay. calling at Newcastle only, due at- Byron I3.iy about noon on Thursday. Leaves again kvkuy sAiri.'PAY, at 7. p.m.. and is due in Sydney on Monday at 4 a.m. The New s.s'. u Dorrijfo,' 4i)0 tons, from Svdney ki.-iday kvknixc. ami leaves B yp -n Bav for Sydney ti'ksmay. -i p.m.! S.S. ' WulliiftibiiJ,' Tweed River; ami Sydney about every eight days. : F.\nK-. Saloon : Return t'2 KM, ; Foiv-Cahin ltis. e...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

BRIEF MENTION. A terrible tramway accident oc curred at Newark, New York, U'S.A. on the. J'.Uhinst. An electric tranicar carrying High School pupils attemp ted to stop in approaching a rail way level crossing which was closed. The breaks would not bold the car. which skidded along the frozen rails and burst through the railway gates just as. an express train rushed by. In tiie resulting collision 11 girls were killed and 150 boys and girls were injured. Lord Di-. Freyne has claimed the sum of .-£20. 000 from the leaders of th:* United Irish League for '?inciting ii plan of campaign 'in regard to the tenants of the De Freyne estates. The trial of Kdgar Kdwards, a grocer, charged with the murder of a man named William John Darby, his wife, and their infant daughter, whose mutilated remains were found buried in tbs prisoner's garden at L-.-yton in December last, was con cluded last week. A plea of insanity was put for ward on behalf of the prisoner, but this was disproved, and Kdwards ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

Church -?-! EiB^iand. Parish Of Byron Bay. ' Sunday, March 1st. 1 ill 18. Billinugel, 11 p.m. Myocum 2.8!) p.m. Mullnmbirnby, 7.3D p.m. EDWIN J. PODD.

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SECTARIANISM IN FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

SSCT.1»3.Jl.«IS3S IX FB.IS. News was received in Sydney on the. 20fh inst., that grout oxciteiuent had liuun -;ausoJ among tlio natives in Fiji l-y tin: burning of :i number of lestaments at Naililili. A ' Herald ' reporter sub sf.'|uentl,v waited upon Dr. Brown at the Wuslevau Foroigu Missions for the purpose of yottinir some information on the rnuttor. Dr. Brown, on being seen, said that a cablegram had been received from oae of their missionaries in Fiji as follows : - ' Excitement Suva and pro vinces. Tesiamenls fro.n Niuno-si liurned Naililih limekiln.' ' T lindiirstaii'.i this cablegram to niirui.' said Dr. Brown, ' that a niunWr of New Testaments have l)ee:i collected from the district o? Namo^i and lironglir to tliei principal H'-niiiu Citliolic mission stalioni at Naililili. oa the Rjwa liver. ;uul l)urned in the liniukiln u*w\ there for iips-iion re:|uirunients. N.miosi is in tiie R j\va district, about IS inih;-i from Suva, ami our missionaries had been labouring there fo...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. February, 26th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. February, 26th 1903. Cavanba s.sf)7;i tons, dptain J. H Hunter' fn-!ii Sydney. Passong.-rs : .Uadamus1 N'ohle. .Males. Leeper. Frasi.-r. Leveyv Warran. Bi:r.re. Misst.-s (Si-inn-. Cotton. Walker. Kenned v. B.iilev. (Jrav. Kop-en.1 ll.tnkin. Messrs'. Audslev. liiiKv. Wal ker. Donalilsou.J. Walker. Males. Card-' ner. 1'avser' (Sriine. ('2). Kennedy. .Matt hews, ('alien. Firje. (:iver. Cohen. Sinclair; Synnott. K;unisi-urgli. Thornton. TImhii si.ii. S nilh. Wiseman. Enxvright. Bnr,ig!]-: ton. Mooney. Captain McDonald, and I.', in the Steeram-. I-'RKIfJHT. ?Jill Tons (Jeneral Meivhaiidist;. -I1 1 Shevp. 1 E.»at. REPORT, Left Sydney at 10. If; p.m. on Tue-dav. Cilb.-ilat t he usual Ports, ami arrived m B\ foil B iy at 1 p.m. Thursday. Kxper.enccd moderate Northerly winds, with line weather an I smooth sea. Byvun Bay Kccurt»* HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY CAIN ; HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEhTS DRAW, PLEDG...

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COASTAL FARMERS CO-OP., SOCIETY LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

COASTAL FARMERS GO-OP., SOCIETY LTD. It is most interesting to note the rapid v.:\A steulv increase in the number of shareholders and shares in the above Society. tho!it!!i only es:ablis!ie I in l'.lil'J. it b;id a Turnover for six months ending Sep :eml)'-r .'iiltli VMti of £1-1-W.C wiili i)/ 7 shareholders, all farmers, with shares amounting to !'-.O27. has since been constantly increasing its num Iier of shareholders, who now total 1. I.V.I and n limber of shares taken up by farmers to date to ('-.Wi. T.iis speaks strongly for the satisfaction tiie Society has given in all its deal ings with the shareholders. Their specially choice brands of butter ( first among which is our own North Coast Company's make), has lately bee!) advanced to the eXte||-t of ji|. P'i' II). and the Press comments thereon is worthy of reproduction and the perusal of our dairymen : lirti;:/!^ X (?;::- 17th Feby. : — ?? The' Coastal Farmers' C:i-opcra-ive S -ci- ety is grading its butters, and asking j d. ]...

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

HAADBUf.LS, Knvolopes, Commercial Work of all kindM, Rubber Stamps. 1 GIVE US A TRIAL.

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

' , Calrdst Programmes, Circulars, ? ' Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS.

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

,' . ' . ? - \ I \ ?'??'..? /? - „ \ I I ??''??? '' ) _ /-I - I ??????-?.? .'?????? / ' - . \- - ' '; . ' . ~ * ? - ? i ? ' - ^ ?- . -1 ^ I '''? ' ???? ?? ?.,.-. '? . '. V |G[reat JVfopthcFri JK!oteI, ' . \.^;^;.v^:;.^'-:\:'B: Y RON M^;...-1:'-. ?^;:,a;^;..-' :;-.\ i ? ? '??? . :'/'.';- '?'?'_..??_.???'..' . : ' ???.'??' ??.?'?...? .??? ?' ,--.'. ? : ? ?' - ' ' ' . j ; ? ..???? . . .;. ...?'???. . ? ( . - ? _. ?.,??? . . ' ? ?-??.?? i ? ^_Sea Side itesort. ±_ ! - ? : - -— — ^ I ; #* ^^ . : ^ ^l lEAAl § ? ? t U/vrct -RYPHAI #S I \ . X& ^~^_ ? ?' — — ? === ? . __JILs^^ -^^^^ ? —-=?». — ' .^^. / ' ' y&x. ~~ - «===- — '^^ ^, '&& I ? \ -*yj ^| Q^HR GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been notfd as a most ^ -VO ) \ ^ — ^v// -^ 'iy conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention #a iys!L_^/ : !j f=^yj\ &1fc V./ has-been given to yood architecture, ventilation, light and, comfort. ^ \v\X^_ ^ Xnl ^* The general arrangements of the hotel ...

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

[?] ^ Wm. Collin & Sons, MMITKI). - ? I.I XK OF HHISHAXK STKAMEKK. — ? S.S. LADY MUSGRAYE.I F'i-Li^ls1 a; lowest HCaJrs. j WM. COL1JX ^ SONS. LTD.. ! .1. HAMS150TI1AM. Mmmji^'i-. \ OHiei1— ^hdi'.sworih-.strcct. Li.sniorc. : i i Byron Bay H^cord. | t^^^J M iF»M^frrU (ft^Tgaff* S-j-atrS^ A A ; UP-TO-D^TE. | ? - ? i ='— - - ' ? '''' ? ?' ' ? ? ™ ? ?'! ? ?''? »™™-™»'--™™~ , ! ? ? ; ? i

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DAIRY & FARM. THE SMALL YORKSHIRE PIG. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

[?] THE SMALL YORK SHIRK PIG. (H. W. Potts, Principal Hi wkerilniry Agricultural College, in the 'Agri- cultural Gazette..'') Am interesting problem in--.-a.ll young countries is the introduction of pure-bred stock and the(ir facility for adaptation to dimater-an.l euvir ontneiu. ,? It is a mutter of concern to the enterprising sfudmnster \as well as the stock-owner, t-- d- termine satis factorily the effects of climate o:i im ported stock, and often doubts are raised and expressed, but- so ??.far, happily, not realised in mos: cases. The experience, so far, goes to prove that acclimatisation under such genial conditions tends to destroy | desirable points. The compilation of statistics to verify this contention presents some diliiculty. hut if ownvrs of pure stock! would regularly record the results of; their experience and practical -diser- ? vat ions, I venture to think that, itj would be shown that the progeny; from iinported stock, whether thor-i oiighbred, cow. or pig. would s...

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

Dressmaking. B3vs. (Eticvitt, HAS secured the services ?-{' u first-class Dressmaker, (hw of Footserav's. Melbourne) and is pi-t-jjiiri'il t-i execute the very highest class of work, in Rt'c-fpti* ui« Hail, ami Occasional Divsscs. Style ami Fit guaranteed. -:iiv-- :i Trial. You -':iM't miss llu» lar^o \--\v Ss -!?«?-', SliirU'V-st.. Sty ton Hay H IMtss Bailey, ?**l-KKSS.tIAK!-:K. ItVKOX BAV. «t SATISFACTION ^»^ H ^ **»9^ GUARANTEED ?: ? ^ & q & c- -} c o c 5 i ooooooooo^ooo PROGRESS. TriiN;:u,K!-rx ? ??'?''''' s'r'''''r £140,300. yi HAWKS taken ii]» l.y farmers to .lute 6,997. rjpOTAL Number -.f Shareholders 1,159. 1 -^ FTT profits for ll;t!f-u:u- ending .'-(); !i Scptem * uiv.vMi. ' £1603 5- 1'« THK Coastal farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITKI). S7 !--- SHSM'X-Slr«'«'t. S- diK'j.

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TYPHOID FEVER. THE OUTBREAK AT COONAMBLE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

TYPHOID FEVER. T11K OlTIiKKAK AT COONAMIU.K. Momhi v. On Saturday night there were 127 cases of typhoid in the Cooiiamble Hospital, and KS') cases had been re ported in the town and district. The first death during the epidemic occurred on Saturday. Later. The cases of tvphoid fev^r in Coonamble and district have now reached 208. and four deaths have occurred. CASKS AT WAMiKTT. Mr. W. N. Willis, U.L.A.. has received an urgent telegram from Walgett intimating that there is an increase in the number'of cases of t\phoid fever. There are IS cases in the hospital. CoxDor.oi.iN. On Saturday there weir eight typhoid cases here. Wahhks, S-iiurday. Three more patients developing typhoid symptoms were taken to the local hospital to-day. One origi nated locally, the others came from Bullagreen and Nevertiiv. There was fear that the epidemic is ^--ing to spread in this town.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

? — — — ? ! NEWS AND NOTES. ? «? - ? ; King Edward has ordered the | holding of an inquiry into the alleged threefold increase, in the occurrence of cancer in Ireland within the past few years. Mr. O'Sullivan, Minister for Works, vigorously defended the day-labour system, and quoted re ports from heads of departments in support of his contention that econo mies have been effected by it. While agreeing that the State had probably benefited by the introduc-j tion of day labour, the officials laid it down as essential to success that political influence should be entirely eliminated. The New Zealand temperance party intends to run a/' ticket' of live candidates for the. Wellington! licensing elections next month. \ A young man became insane atj East Maryborough (Victoria) last j night. He smashed a door of a I neighbour's house with an axe and then threw the latter into a room in which a woman and two children were taking refuge. Subsequently he returned to his parent's home, where aft...

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

cJ. ctOVCE, roiirhlHiiltfcr, Wheelwright, Blarksmitli A.-\. Ac. Johnson Street, Byr^si Say, (Noar tin- I'iur'). I'') E(1S to notify the Public that he has started business, and trusts to 3 obtain a share of sup)M,rt,'-by strict attention to business, and MODERATE CHA'uGES. SIR )K1NG A SPEC MA L IT Y .. i

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MARKET REPRTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

MARKET REPRTS. ? ♦?? — ? LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNKY MAP.KKTS. j Butter. 1 1 per lb. | Bacon, 10{d. per lb.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL The meeting advertised in last is.Slle 10 be held ill the School -bll i Id in.H at Tyagarah last Wednesday, was posponed, owing to the he.ixy rain. The meeting will be held to-night,: and it is hoped that parents, and others interested, will attend to dis cuss allerai ions to school-buildings., and otln-r mailers of importance. .1. (!. Locke iV Coy., is still to the fore, with all the necessities of |ife! and most of its luxuries. Call and! inspect. We can guarantee a lirst class article from a packet of pins to a pickaxe at a low price. Weather intensely hot all the week., but one or two nice showers have: fallen, with an especially heavy falli on Wednesday evening. Heat con ditions ai Lisiuoiv. Casino, and1 inland generally, almost intolerable.! Mr. ami Mrs. \V. K Ciome will visit the Hay next week. Mr. tl. Audsley, Imperial Stores, returned by s.s. Cavanba on Thurs day, not greatly, we regret to state, ? invigorated by his trip. Mr. Auds ley travelled overland t...

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