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Strange Death of a Cow. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

Strange D-»aili «-i a Cow. The question whether cows arel prompted to pick up and swallow'! hard unnutritive substances byj mere vagrant or idle fancy or by an abnormal appe'.ite created through the lack of sonic essential in their! food has not been decided. Mr. D. A. I Skcue, of Manly, may probably layj claim to having poss;-'ss;*d the cow! which contained tin1 g;vu::-st eo!lec-j tion of indigestible and foreign sub-i stances ever accumulated ova ho-; vine. The list included a hairpin, a! safety-pin, numerous nails, a penny. j a great many pieces of clinker, andj stones. She was an excellent milker.! one of t!ieb?.--r in a picked herd, and! had recently calved. She siekenedj suddenly, the symptoms being ati t'irst ve;-y violent, and later of a mild! Hiaravtvr. Xo remedies were of rhei least avail, and the cow died from! what appeared to Ik-' a most myster-j ions disease. Mr. Skene decide dj upon a post- mortem examination,! ivi.l the eausv of death was soon re-i vealed. Some of th...

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

I']llV«»IO|-«»S, C'oMijtneiTial Woi-k of all kinds Rubber Stamp*. 1 GIVK.US A TRIAL.

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

Cftrds, Programmes, . Circulars, Letter Headings, Note ' Headings, , BILLHEADS.

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

. ' . ' ' : . * ' . X ? '-? |G[rcat JVortten JKoM, BYRON BAY. jL$ea Side Resort. j_.. j ? ? ' ' , ' ? - .'? ? . '.'.?? ?: 'f i ? ? . ? . ? ? ? -?'?'? ? ? ?? ? . .t ? ? ? ? ? ? . ? .. . ' * ? : iie«? : : . . ?? ! . . ? ? -. ~~ : v$ 7'. ?;? ' ' ?' ?? I ? ? . «5K ' ? ? ? ' ??: : . «w. ? . . : i Jl\ II '' r==-=~ ^==^ ? ===== ? :s===^~^ — ^=C1 || V^ !j . / m . ? m \\ i I'- / W C/T'RE GRKAT NORTHERN HOTEL, hay always been noted as a most ^ \^ . j ^0/4 H^ ir conveniently situated, and well, inanageil hostelry. Every attention *^ ^/^ ?' c^vAF/^ ^ Vi/ has been given, to good architecture,- ventilation, light and comfort. ^ ^^o^* '-? I c:::^^i^V- ^ The general arrangements of the liotel are char-ming. The. rooms are ^ ^/li1^^? ^ ; -^/h\ ^ tastefully furnished. From the corridor astaii-way leads to an upper balcony f-*£ u^\\ ~': ? // U ^- which is a veritable ' look out ' commanding the most 'magnificent .views of ^ . u \^ { | y&t. the Bay and, surrounding country. After a few moments ...

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

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THUMPS IN LITTLE PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

T Hi; .MI'S IX LJTTLK PICS. The cause of pigs' tails getting sore and falling oil' is from foil! nest ing and sleeping quavers. The re-i medy : Clean o.ut all bedding with in three days after sows farrow, and clean ar least once a week, or of-, ;.-nci\ thereafter. If the tail is no;: too far i.roiie when treated, you cani save it by greasum thoroughly with! lard ami a little carbolic acid, ll j nests are k'-p' clean, you will never' have sore tads, Tlv thumps in !it:le pi^sare caused! by th:-'.;- getting too fat. and not ; talcing exercis ? enough. Remedy :| Take ;i buggy whip and drive thej jiius out into the smisliine, and seej that i he v get --in of the nest and ex-i ercise every day. Feed the sow los.-| milk-producing food till the pigs get! older. II' the pigs are not too bad; oil', von can save them by putting! them into a box or barrel and letting! them worry some of the fat o(V of! them for an hour or two at a time. Be sure they have a clean bed and! pienty of exercise, and...

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DAIRY & FARM. BROOD SOWS AND PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

[?] BROOD BOWS AND PIGS. Lack of cure is the cause of the loss of many brood sows and their pigs. Lack of care takes in a great many things besides immediate at tention at time of farrowing. The care of the brood sow must begin long b?fore the farrowing time ; in fact, should begin as soon as the animal comes on to the farm either by birth or by purchase. The care at first should consist in having proper pens. This means p-ns that are airy, light, and dry. The s:in should be able to throw its rays into them. The feeding places should be of t,he best, and oi: such construction that they can be kept clean. Good yards are a part of the care ne-dful. These, should be well drained audj roomy. If fee* ling is done in thenij i- should not b.j in s r_-!i a way tlmtj the remnants of the rations will hej allowed t;- lie about the yard ami lie-come a pestilential mass. Another; need in tin1 way of ca:-e is a goodi hoy pasture — a thing that, many hog! Misers do not possess. When these, tilings...

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Cable News. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

£able fleWs. London, March 2. The Pope has beet) somewhat ra tigued by the receptions given in connection with the celebration of his jubilee, At an audience of 42 Cardinals on Saturday after a lapse of 85 min utes the Pope excused himself from a longer interview, remarking ' We are told we must be careful.' In spite of this cutting short of the audience the Papal household is not apprehensive, and declares that the Pope enjoys his usual health. At the anniversary in Rome of the Pope's enthronement His Holiness was in good health, but looked pale. His voice was hoarse. Bells pealed from 49H churches in Rome, and 70,000 people were present at the Bassilicji. Further righting has taken place in Venezuela between the revolu tionary and Government forces. The revolutionists captured Carupano, a town in the north, after two hours1 fighting. They looted the place, and burnt many of the bouses, be sides wounding a number of the resi dents with their matched, or heavy knives. It is understo...

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Telegraphic News. COONAMBLE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

fpdegrajDfyic )4^Ws. Coonamble, Monday. a. young man named O She*, 19. son of a selector living about 18 miles from here, died from typhoid at the hospital last evening. This is the ninth death. There were only a few cases reported on Saturday, and none this morning. Many patients in the hospital and elsewhere are in a serious condition. Several patients will leave the hospital this week. The epidemic seems to be far more catching than was supposed. Warren. With reference to the typhoid scare w^ich has causd so much uneasiness in town during the last fortnight, Dr. Cox, a local practitioner, after having diagnosed the cases, states that only one local case has occurred and three others from outside the district now in Hospital are really suffering from typhoid. The other patients admitted to the hospital for the fever besides several others in the town are suffering from gastric influenza. 1 Brisbane. The Commissioner of Police hasl received ».ews that Mr. Lunn, man-J ager Booroonda...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

One evening last week a very dis tinct shock of earthquake was ex perienced at South Bowent'els near Lithgow. One of those who felt the shock declares that the rumble was most unmistakeable, and lasted about a- third of a minute. The sound was ? like distant heavy thunder or that produced by a travelling omnibus, in addition to .which there' was a very perceptible tremor, of.'thi;. earth,.

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MARKET REPRTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

MARKET REPOTS. LATKST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, 1/1 )»?:']? lb. choice lots 1 1:J Bacon. lUd. per 11). nominal. HRI.SRANE MARKETS. Butter, 1/1- per lb. Bacon likl per II). M ETjHOURXK M A I! KETS. Butter, \2i\ to i-M per lb. Bacon, {)[,«! to KM per 11).

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL Note, per advertisement, J. N. Fer guson's Land Sale. Byron Bay. on the bSth inst. Sydney ' Newsletter '' says : — 'It is stated in a Cowra paper that Mr. Crick will not contest West Mac (juarie again, and that Mr. Meagher will go for the seat. This gives colour to the statement that Mr. Crick intends going to the Tipper House and succeeding Mr. Wise as Attor n ey-( J en era 1.' The foot-path in'front of the Great Northern Hotel is being asphalted. Mr. M. McLean is nothing if not up to-date in all his improvements. The work is being carried out by Mr. J. Finn. Mrs. -I. Yates' tender for the vacant ground, next to the School of Arts, and belonging to that institution, was accepted being the highest of three. We understand, says the Lisiuorc Chronicle that unfermented wine will be used for the first time, on Sunday next, at the communion in connection with St. Paul's Presby terian Church, Lismore. The management of the Creamery [have just completed sinking four wells...

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

COMMENTARIES. Thus Cardinal Mo ran at a recently held meeting : — ' If those people who are insulting us to-day had a Bible theyowed it to the Roman Catholic! Church, and one of the. ablest wi-iti-irsj on controversial matters in England] to-day has written a n.'ost interesting book to .pro.ve that if the English Church is to preserve her Bible, to secure respect t:or it, her sons must fall back upon the principles of the Uatiioiicuhurcn m nu.-uiujvai times. 1 We are convinced that (despite all: Cardinal Moran may say) half the! educated Catholics of the present day; would not return to the cruelties; ami principles of those old times — i ' good old times ' — if they could, be-; ing enlightened, and not so domin ated by the priesthood as in former* times. For instance, the mediaeval; times, or Middle Ages, is the period' (according to Hallam) of time be-, ginning with the sixth and ending' with the fifteenth century, and about as wicked a time as any recorded in! the blood-stained p...

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

Jiipiiu is a land of the topsy-turvy, and so. ]ierh:i])s. it is only to lie expected that individual birthdays— with the exception of that of the Emperor— are not taken any notice of, but a sort of general birthday of everybody altogether is celebrated with great rejoicing. Thorn are two of these general birthdays, one for each sex. The male birthday, which is known as the 'celebration of the boy,' occurs on the third day of the third month, and the ' celebration of the girls' takes place on the fifth day of. the fifth month. These days are general holidays for the young, and I toys and girls re spectively receive presents according to their station. The birthday of the Mi kado is also a general holiday for the Jap anese everywhere. The houses are all decorated with Hags, and in the evening the streets are gay with the lights of in numerable coloured lanterns. Although a skilful flatterer is a most delightful companion if you keep him all to yourself, his taste becomes doubtful when...

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AN HEROIC RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

AN HEROIC RESCUE. An accident which fortunately did not, but might have ended fatally, occurred on the Pier on Saturday night last, just previous to the de parture of the s.s. Cavanba. Miss Hayter had been seeing her father aboard and, owing to the gathering of a heavy storm, was hurrying along the Pier in company with Miss Locke. It was very dark (in between the flashes of lightning) and a more vivid flash followed by darkness confused Miss Hayter and, instead of moving into the middle of the Pier as she intended, she moved out, and tripping, fell over, fully three hundred yards from the shore. The alarm was immediately given and, na turally, much excitement ensued, in the midst of which one of tne sea men of the Cavanba came to the rescue. It was intensely dark, but another flash of lightning coming he located the young iady, and div ing in managed to grasp her, and with great difficulty swam ashore, where helping hands drew him and his unconscious burden through the surf. None bu...

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CASTLE CRIEFE. (Continued). CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

CflSTliE CRIEfE. ? o ? (CoiiHiiuc.i). CHAPTKR III. I ^\O ADY Juliet p-oancd mid hid Ji lit'i- face in her hands. The -£► most utter desolation had! ? i fallen upon her sou 1, and, she realised dumbly that no re-i proaehes of hers would be of any; avail now. j The voting man continued in ai hard, harsh voice: lk I knew that.j sooner or later, 1 musi iiihkt uiisj confession : hut, coward -like. I drovej it off as long as J could, despit' her! entreaties and the lashings of myi iiwii conscience. You wonder, per-; haps, why it should have been so.'j I will teil you. From the hour I| first saw Blanche St. Main* I havej loathed the chains that b-uind me to; Lilias : and so. cur iliai I am. I al lowed the whole neighbourhood to ring with her name, when — when, — \ I'm I must not stay : I must s-.-ekj her. Some accident must have be-| fallen her. She may he lying dead,! for iiuijht. we know, while I stand j lu-r/.'1' ! Lady .Juliet neither moved nor! spoke when her son concluded, nor did sh...

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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

Oseful |+ints* ? i _ 1 . t\)i a FASHIONS. A good deal of passementerie is worn, all hanging ends have 'some thing dangling from them, and a new idea is to make a small, flat, rosette of ribbon, and attach the top of the ornament to it, it makes a smart little heading. I saw a charming toque (says a city correspondent) of navy-bine straw, simply trimmed with a Hat (rppon olid l-\lnt» tirinrr ivliifh swpllt (-j l WA* U1IU «/lll\' *V 1 IJlw , ,, luuu *.» - . *» £* ». round the brim, while at one side was placed a knot of bright green ribbon. The effect was delightfully smart, and the toque ?? was an ideal one for wearing — not with a muslin gown, but, with a dark skirt and a black glace bolero over a blouse of cream lace. ?' ' ' For the coming winter flannel shirts look well with sleeves made! with three broad box pleats as far as| just above the elbow, the fullness isj then allowed to fall well below the wrist and is set into a pointed cuff made of flannel stitched with the colour mos...

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

SOUTH BRITISH FIRE AND ? MARINE ?INSURANCE CO. CAPITAL - - £1,900,000. . The SOUTH BBITISH 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 ror the undoubted security it affords its policy-holders. ? . ? . INSURE YOUR PROPERTY in the SOUTH BRITISH COMPANY. bocal -Mgent 09. 13. ^Jacfeon, ? byronbay ? '. Head Office for Queensland and Northern N.S. Wales. 5503 ami 365 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. W. A. RIGBY, Manager. Trs.lJoycer ? UP-TO-DATE NEWS rAGENCY ?:. 'I 1 AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. j SIDNEY PAPERS, Town ami Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. j BRISBANE PAPERS. ('mirier. Daily Telegraph. Queenslander, Week. I ^ib: s itorioi: papers. | Leader and Saturday. * ' j AHDTHS BYEON BAY KE( ;- YRD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery, Fancy (roods, All kinds of Patent Medicine. ; HA KKR AND' CO...

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

^ FUN. (d 4 Women dress very ridiculously,'; he said, as he watched his wife fln ishing her toilet. 4 It is the fashion, John,' she said pleasantly. 'Fashion be hanged,' said he. 'I would be superior to fashion if I were a woman1.' Five minutes Inter he asked her to sew a button ocothe back of his coat. ' I should like to be excused, your lordship,' said a man who had bei-n summoned on a jury. , '??'? 4 What for ?' ? ; 4 I owe a man Hve pounds, and I want to hunt him up and pay it.' 4 Do you mearr- to tell ,,this Courr you would .hunt up a man to pay a bill instead of w.iitvng for him to ^ hunt. you up ?' 4 Yes, your lordship.' 4 You are excused : I don't want any man on the jury who will lie like that.' Nearly every man has the collect ing fever at least one time in his life. It may be coins, or i: may bi- foreign stamps, ''hut fho very worst form of the disease is that which comes when ? he is vainly trying to collect money enough to pay his bills. Very Amateur Singer (a: evening ...

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OBITUARY. MRS. ELIZABETH EWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

OBITUARY. MRS. ELIZABETH EWING. It is with deep regret the friends of the Ewing family will hear that Mrs. Elizabeth Ewing passed away at her residence, North Sydney, on Sunday night. She was over 70 years of age, and for some years had suffered from a heart complaint which was the cause of death. The deceased lady resided in Murwillum- bah for a number of years in the nineties, and won the respect and esteem of all who knew her. She was an earnest church worker, and assisted every charitable movement. She left Murwillumbah for Sydney late in 1900. The deceased was the widow of the Rev. T. C. Ewing, who died over ten years ago. He was vicar of Wollongong for about 36 years. Five daughters and five sons now mourn the loss of a devoted mother. All are well-known and highly re- spected. The daughters are Mes- dames R. Jenkins, Maccabe, W. P. Pope, R. P. Allen, and E. C. J. Marks, while the sons are Messrs. T. T. Ewing, M.H.R., Senator N. K. Ewing, J. Ewing, M.L.A. (W.A.), R. C. Ewing, ...

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