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Why Certain Men Married. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

»* 3i.v €-:i-am m«n iTI-.iiTi -; «l , An editor s:jiid out: circular letters to a large number of married me.n, iii-l asked them why they married.: Mere arj s rue of chv; inswjrs : ? I didn't intend .to do it. ; Because I did not. have the ex-j perienc.' i nave now. ' I married to get even with her; mother, but never have. j That's what I've been trying for! eleven years to rind out. . I yearned for company. Now we j have it all the time. ; I thought it would be cheaper: than a breach of promise suit, [ Because Sarah told me five other; men had proposed to her. ; That's the same fool question my; 'friends ask me. ! I wanted a companion of the op-, posit e sex. N.B. — She is still very: opposite. The old man was going- to give me his foot, so 1 took his daughter's hand. Because 1 asked her to have, me and she- said she would. J think she's got me. j Because 1 thought she was one! among a thousand ; now I think she! is a thousand among one. I was lonely and nelancholy. and wanted some...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Remarkable Prophecy. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

A Z2)-::aii!-k;i3-9-- I*r-»|»lt--«.v. The announcement of the elevation of Bishop Davidson (of Scottish birth) to the Primacy of AH England recalls to a '.-orrespondeuce of a con temporary the prophetic epilogue delivered by Richard B.irbage at the Globe Theatre'. London, di 1(5)1. (published in Seton s ' Budget of Anecdotes. ) I. hese lines are as fol lows : — 'A S--ot our King V the limping state Ttiat day must need a crutch. What next 'i in time a Scot will prate As Primate of oar Church. 'When such shall be. why then you'll see Tliat day it will be found The Saxon down through London town Shall burrow underground.' Tiie.se lines were literally fulfilled by the elevation of Archbishop Tail, ami by the introduction of underground railways. Now. by the elevation of another Primate of Scottish birth, and the further increase of ' burrowing underground.' the old prophecy has received a double fullilment. Her Majesty the German Empress lias met with a rather severe acci dent. While ou...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS ' ' . ,' ?' .. '? —AND — — -General Blacksmith, ? [Established 1891.] ? o. ...... X 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. . HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices and Full Particulars. J. W. BAMER, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie cV: Son's. Horse Medicines. y(. Evcritt, .Baker Confectioner, and Senegal Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY. — .4 Choice and I'|»-to-Dafe Stock always on view. ? DRAPERY, Mr GROCERY, Mfa- BOOTS & SHOES, ^V. CLOTHING, m ^ HOSIERY, J IRONMONGERY, ^^ etc., etc. I i .Millineiy and Dressmaking I-one at shortest noti-e. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. i PLUMBER AND GALVANISED (RON WORKER, Byron Kay. j i i Kxeeutes all ortlors in the above Trades with I'.csi Workmanship...

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CASTLE CRIEFE. (Continued). CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

CflSTLE CHlEpE. ? o ? (Conlimii'ti). CHAPTER VII. ^j]' HE Colonel was thinking of all Y\\ j tn*s' aiRl wondered still more Vcv that not once during the long t afternoon had Mark been near to perform any of: the hundred auu-one muie omces wnicn ne gener ally contrived to do, more for an ex cose to hover about him, the Colonel knew, than for anything else. He owed his servant something, too, for not so very long ago the Colonel was .seized with a dangereus fever, and but for Mark even the doctors confessed lie would not have had the ghost of a chance of recovery But time was not all he owed him; there was something else, the mem ory of which made the Colonel stir| uneasily in his chair, and a troubled look creep into his eyes, and lie felt quite a sensation of relief as he caught sight of the stalwart form of Mark coining towards him from the house. He was a tine, handsome, sun bronzed fellow, with a quiet, «u face, but to-day all the sadness and quiet had given place to' a fiercely! ...

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SLEEP, BABY, SLEEP. AN OLD LULLABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

SLEEP, BABY, SLEEP. AN (-I.l) U.'U.AI',Y. Slue}), baby, sleep ! Thy father watches his sheep, Thy mother is shaking a dreamlair1. tree. When down falls a little dream on thee. Sleep, baby, sleep 1 The large stars are the sheep ; The little ones are the lambs. I guess, And the bright, bright moon is the shur herdess. Sleep, baby sleep ! Sleep, baby, sleep ! Thy father loves his sheep : He is the lamb of God on high, Who for our sake oiune down to die. Sleep, baby, sleep !

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry and Friction. That Sweet Old Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

i tybefou tma 'diction. \ / rpl?at §WG8i ©Id @ard(n. Do you think of that sweet old garden, Of the passionate words you said As we roamed o'er its inoss-ijro wn path ways, While the moon shone overhead ? How you told me that time and distance \V/miijI r»»il** I'Miii' lr\\»t» itimtivico And I answered your lips had brought me A message of joy and peace ? It may he that beyond the ocean There are gardens more fair to see. And that words in their ways are whis pered That are best unheard by me ! For the years may havu brought their changes. And the old not be the new. E'en the message of hope you left me Forgotten be now by you ! Oh, my love ! I am mad to doubt you, For the heart is still mine, I know. That you gave in that sweet old garden On that eve so long ago ! As I roam thro' its moss-grown pathways, And dream of the hours of yore, I well know that you there will meet me, And whisper your love once more !

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

NEWS AND NOTES. Not long ago a French explorer. M. Charles Meissen, in travelling through Siam, observed a species of! small grey ants which were new to him. To his surprise he noticed among them from time to time an occasionally ant which was much larger than tho others and moved at a much swifter pace, and each of these larger ants always carried one of the grey auts on its back. This discovery led him .to watch their movements closely. He soon saw that while the main body of grey ants was always on foot they were accompanied by at least one of their own race, mounted on one of the larger ants. This ant detached him self now and then from the line, rode rapidly to the head, came swiftly back to the rear, and seemed to be in command of the expedition. Mr. Dooley has been moved to humorous protest in the Xciv York Journal by Mr. Carnegie's muni ficence. ' Has Andhrew Carnaygie given ye a libry yet t asked Mr. Dooley. ' Not that I know iv,' said Mr. Hennessy. ' He will,' said Mi-. Do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

I I j-jpk's Pier J^Cotel BYE 0 N BAY Excellent Accommodation. Best Ales, Wiues, and Spirits. Besf of Tables. Every Attention. Sample and Billiard Rooms. Experienced and - 'a refill f»room. Hotel Wagonette meets all Ai'i'ivals by Sea and Train. ; i S this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean thun anv other in Australia, it is needless to describe it? Charms I A i AS A SUMMER RESORT. | A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOR. j 1 ! J. -t ioeke -S. Co., | GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S. BYRON BAY. j ) I The cheapest ami best house in t lit* trade for everything. :! ^ Go to J. (1. Locke it Co., for Hoofing Iron all lengths 4jd per foot. ^ | '' ^ *- (in to J G Locke & Co., for Best American Barbed Wire 15s per coil. '%% ! ? -^vVi/? 5^ (Jo t() J# (-1* ljOclu' lt (--l' for M«-Jn-s* Boy's Suits, Cheapest and Best. ?* - :' ^nSI^, SJ fio to .1. G. Locke &? Co.. for Men's Colonial Tweed Trousers from 5 ('? pair. -.^ vj //P \ ^If^t **? (}() to J- ft- Lock(' * c'-» for Hilts' GaPs- Tios' Sllirts ...

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Poisoned Peas. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

Poisoned Peas. People who eat preserved peas are nothing less than fools. 'Science Siftings' first called attention to the way they a-te faked some 12 years ago, and in a publication, '* Food Frauds.' printed a lasting diatribe against the practice. Inconsequence. II) MtUJJJJllI Mil II blllll', H.JI I I1PJ.MJCII »1!S, thus placed on the (jui vive, com menced prosecuting all round. The scandal i.s again revived, owiny to a fatality. At Hartford colliery, North umberland, an inquest has been held on a child, who had eaten a quantity of these boiled green peas. Dr. Dodo's .said death was due to acute metallic poisoning, consequent on eating peas, to which to give aj ureener colour copper had been add-j ed. Inquiry seems to show tkatj the worst offenders are the French! and Italian preservers. English' purveyors using the sulphate of cop per colouring more moderately. People who are not killed by eating; such peas may yet suffer serious stouwich troubles.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

(. O .^r) O| -^- o V ' t ? -.it I i. ' ? _ ? _ ? -? ? * CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / . ? ' $+ ®. IDardjam, j BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. 'T AND and General Commission Agent ..J_J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL ACCENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). it W. Thompson, JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. JTIULLUJ?IBIi?rBV. A UCTIONS held and Properties for .11. Private Sale in all parts of the Bi«,r Scrub and Tweed River Districts. A large list of properties to select from. ?Sugar Rebate, and Land and In come Tax, returns made out and forwarded. IYOKTII COAST CO-OP. CO. j LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factory, Lismore. com mencing WEDNESDAY. 3rd DECEM BER. \W2. I W. H. CLIFFORD. Secretary. | R. O. LTO] Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c.j Government Assessor, j ji u r w i l i. it iti a a is . Sworn Valuator uiicloi- i£-»al Pro|M»r«y Act. Agent for New...

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THE HACKNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

THE IIACKXEY. ? I It has often been alleged awinsij burse-breeders and horse-owners; (says ' Lana ') that but few of thej horses sent into the show -ring to compete for the hackney classes deserve the name. And this opinion! b-m been t'ullv endorsed bv those! judges who have bad knowledge ofj the hackney as he is met with on! English showgrounds. In Australia! the word 'hackney' is associated! solely with sadd.e horses. in. Great; Britain such a stamp of hors' isj either saddle or harness horse. \i is said that the hackney or ' Norfolk' trotter' has sprung on one side ofj its ancestral descent from the Nor-.; wegian horse. The Norse invaders: had their principal strongholds in' Norfolk and in Yorkshire, hence the name. The modern hackney was remodelled from the earlier trotter of Norfolk and the fen country about the end of 1799 by the use of Shale's horse, which infused much of the thoroughbred Arab and Barb blood, and gave fine bones, pace, and staying power to the heavy, round no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

'VTBW Fast, Express Bi-Wcckly 1.M Seri'ice to Sydney. THE G. W. NIGOLL LITE (Oldest Established Lino running from this district.) THE NEW STEAMERS 'OAV.4WBA' & 'DOBEIGO.' The Now, Po-ytsi-rul, Electric- lij/li ted. High -class and Up-to-.-'ate s.s. ' €av uiilba,' fij(-) ton* (carries British Boar, of Tr.i le.Equipment and Passenger Cer tificate.') The ' C:iv:inL-a'Mias'a larger promenade deck, social hall, smokina room, hot and cold sea-^vator baths, is handsomely furnished- -saloons and two berth cabins. Leaves Svd'ey i:vki:\ Ti.-r-isiiAY. at 10 ;V) p.m.. for Byron Bay '?ailing at Newcastle only, -due at Byro'r Bay about noon 01 TLiu\sdav. Leave: rtg.dn i-:vr.i:v satci.-'-av. at 7. p.m.. an' i;-li-,o in Sydney on i.Ion^iv ar 4 a.m. The New s.s. 'Rorri;^?,' 4; HI tons fronrSvdney ki:i:-ay '?: . K.\iy-;. and leaves Bvron Biv for Sv^iovi-i-s'iav. (1 p.m. S.S. ' Wollirzsbin,' -Twee I Rivei and Sydney-- about every eight days. Far E^.— Saloon : .Return £2 Ids. Fore-Cabin Ids. ea...

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DAIRY & FARM. LEARNING TO FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

[?] . LEARNING TO FARM. The best form of training for the ?budding agriculturist has never been decided upon to the satisfaction of the practical farmer. Smug theor ists reel off the advantages of model and experimental farms and agricul tural colleges as per prospectus, and ?settle the question by declaring that a boy would' not require anything further. Doubtless go.xl successful ?farmers are turned out by institu tions, and the training is to a graat ?extent useful. But the educational college and farm are liable to pre pare a young man for farming with ?every convenience and resource at hand rather than teach him how to face the task of making the place pay with the means of the ordinary beginner at hand. We are inclined to the idea that a man learns bette:* from an agricultural school after he has acquired a knowledge of farm ing through the experiences of the agriculturist who bus to make his far n pay. Equipped with this ground-work he may learn how to improve his methods, an...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. April, 9th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. April, 9th 1903. Civ.inha s.s ?-!?, tons. Captain .1. H. Hunter roui Sydney. Passengers : Madanies E. J. Do-.ld. .Tones. Parkes and fojr cliild ren. Ewing, .M.axstwell. Kdly and child. Wood ford. Drmnoud. Misses Maxwell. Flynii. Dudgen. Zehkle.. Wier. Lee, Isaacs. Moore. Llessrs. Sweenev. Cornwell, N.coll. Thompson. Warren. Drinnond. Straughan. Johnson. Matthews. Rowe. Hughes. White. Cox. Maxwell. Virtue. Kim: vs. Irwin. Taylor. Carpenter. Parker. McDonald. And \h in the Steerage. FREIGHT. ?JlKI Tons General Merchandise. ;i horses and li cows. REPORT, Left Sydney at Hl.lfi p.m.. on the 7th. Called at the usual Ports and arrived in Byron Hay at i- p.m.. on thei'th. Experienced sti'ong Sonthei'Iy winds. Sea moderate.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

PROGRESS. rpU'KXOVKR for six months ending St'pt«'mbor. JL )ti- 1002. £140,300. QHARKS taken tip by fanners to date § 997. nnOTAL Number of Shareholders 'J jgg 'XTETT profits for Half-year ending 'lOth Seyitom l\ iut.ii.o2. ' ' £1603 5- V — THE — Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITED. 371-6 Susse\-Str«'«»i. Sydney.

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

riina-rli of I-ii^I:iikI. Parish Of Hykon Hay. Sunday, April 12th. ( Faster Day). Byron Hay 7. Hi' a.m. Xewrybar 1 1 a.m. Bangalow 2.:-5() p.m. Byron P-ay. l.'.\0. p.m. ivDWIX J. JJODD. Byvun Bay Bmiri*. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIOHTS MAINTAIN, UN AWED BY INFLUENCE AND UN BRIBED BV GAIN; HEHE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, SATURDAY. APRIL 11. l'.in-{.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

1 ???',? BYRON BAT. ? PUBLIC NOTICE.^ The business hitherto carried on by R. AUDSLEY, in the name of the former proprietor Mr. L. GrjmwooD, will in future be conducted by him in his own name. In reference to the above notice R. AUDSLBY, takes this opportunity to thank his numerous customers for their support in the past, and to assure them that every effort will be made to secure and deserve it in the future. j SHAKESPEARE says : — (i That zvhich xve call a roso' ' By any oilier name would smell as siveef.' And the Public are assured that whether the Imperial Store is called Grim wood's or Audsley's, they will aways find there i A good and Up=to=date stock. Moderate Prices. Civility & Attention. hyrox HAY. 17th March I'M). Mrs. J. Joyce, ? 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. i BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander. Week. ME...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

HANDBILLS, | i lOnvrlopes, ' - onmx'iiial \V»ik of i sill kinds. ISuhhor Stamps. 1 (ilVK UK A TRIAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

Cards, Programmes, Circulars, Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 April 1903

? ' . ,? ' , . ? ' ' '?'?-? i ' ? ? ?? ' ? , ? ? , ? ? ??'?' . . . ?» Gfceat JVforthcm J^otcl, I B Y E O N B A Y. I, ? ? , ? _t_Sea Side Resort. ±__ I, — _ ___ i &&? jo-* I i ^^v^j^L BAY- 1 1 3^'A' '~ «==. — . ? ?&?'}& !s — -v / -^ '#'?* | [QJJ// II G?fllK OWKAT XOIITHERN HOTKL, lias always been- noted as a must |J iV-^ ) ^~^_^yjj\ &£ cv^a; conveniently situatiHl, and well inana^cd hostelry. Evei'y attention -| 1^^^___-^ c=^yl\ ^ V-^ h;us 1)een givt'ii to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. #;?*? ivN,^^ /// I ^.^ ' rJ1n-t' general iirrangeinent.s of the hotel arc charming. The rooms are #* \ XN^3 / (I I ^$ tastefuHy furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony jj \ \ -v j U ^ ^ which is a veritable ' look out ': commanding the most magnificent views of £t cj ^ 3 I -;jo; the Hay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high ' S£ I %&. altitude, where ail is cool and pleasant, one is very r...

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