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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. $. B, IDardjam, BYKON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER LAND and General Commission Ayent Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). % W. Thompson, JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. ftlUI^UrttBIMBY. A UCTIONS held and Properties for J_A_ 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. NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the ne-v Factory, Lismore. com mencing WEDNESDAY. Hrd DECEM BER. 11102. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, Sec. Government Assessor, JI V R IV I L L U m K A 5S . Sworn Valuator niud^E' B£-»sil Pr«||--'«'3y Act. Assent for New Zealand Insurance Co.. ('1 KT your Visiting Curds printed X at the 'ByroxBay Record,1' Ollic...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

BRIEF MENTION. The -'Standard reports that Zulu land is: threatened with a famine. The Government are supplying the women and children and aged inen With mealies. Adulto? generally are being treated similarly on the con dition they do some work. News is to hand that the village of Tiojo, near the Bay of Galera de /. % nrt |-\*» * ? % i * .tin ? ?*-» Kin l-h »? /** I \r\^\ »?% f\ , .C1 troyed by a volcanic eruption, and 100 parsons are stated to have been killed or injured. News-from Japan «t ites that con siderable excitement is manifested ft here atlthe illusory character of the Russian evacuation of Manchuria. '.The leading newspapers, in their ?comments on the situation, insist on ;a genuine evacuation of the country by Russia, and the opening of Man ? chtiria to foreign tra(ie. News has been received from 'Trinidal, in tlie West Lid'.es, that rioters were endeavouring to blow u;j the powder magazine, when sail ors from H.M.S. Pallas intervened ? and prevented the outrage. Ii is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

j 'VTE W Fast, Express Bi-Wcckly ( -L- Service to Sydney. THE C. W. NICOLL LINE (Oldest Established Line running irons this district.) THE NEW STEAMERS 4i CAVAJVBA' * 'DORKICiO.' Tjo Nr.v, P.)-ver:'ul, Electric-lk'hted. H yh-clas.* an i Up to-dato s.s. 'Cav- ai|t-a,' (5 ).) tons (^carries British Bom; of T;-;i Ic E 1'iip.norit a:id Passenger Cer tificate.) The 'Civanba' has a large promenite de?k, social hall, smoking roon, hot :in I col 1 sea-water Laths, is ha:i Isonely fi.rni.shod — saloons and two herfh cri'jirH. i.e.ives Svd'iev kvkky tj;ks:-ay. at V)?,) p.m.. for Byron Bay. filling a: N :u-c;mlo only, due at Byron 13 i.y a'jounoori on Thursday. Leaves a'^aii Kvuv s.\'n;i:r-AY. at t. p m., arid -? is 'lie in Sv-in-jy on Mo:i-'ay af4 a.m. The Now s.s. 'DosTijsje,' 4«rt- tons, iron S/'!ney ki;:t-.\ y !?:» kxi-:-;. and lcsive:; Byron B iv for Sv 'n-\v T'T:sr-.\Y. ('» p.m. S.S. ' V/oli:i'-Khin,'v Twee-1 Rivu a:i I Sy-'.ney a. o;;t evrry ci',d;t ''ays. KahE-5.— Saloon : Return .£2 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

-^— IMPERIL la STOHE.^^ ' BYRON BAY. PUBLIC NOTICE.^*. The business hitherto carried on by R. AUDSLEY, in the name of the former proprietor Mil. L. Gl'.MWOoD, will in future be conducted by him in his own name. In reference to the above notice R. AUD3LEY, takes this opportunity to thank his numerous customers fo:- their suppoit in the past, and to assure them that every effort will be made to secure and deserve it in the future. SHAKESPEARE says :— ' Thai which we call a wx ' ' By any oilier name would smell us sivecl.' And the Public are assured that whether/ the Imperial Store is called Grim wood's or Audsley's, they will a ways find there A good and Up=to=date stock. Moderate Prices. Civility & Attention. BYRON HAY. 17th March VM). i ' ? j III 1 0i di uliyiiuj fJTP-TO-DATE NEWS 'agency AND FANCY QOOgff EMPORIUM. STTDIVEY PAPERS, Town and Country. Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph. Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds' News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Couriei-, Daily Telegrap...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. April, 17th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. April. 17th 1903. (.'avaid)as.s.r-7;{ tons. Captain J. H Hunter roin Sydney. Passenger-; : -'Madanies Wareliain, Bryan. ^loMitt and children, Brady and 2 ciiildreu. Blanch. Kain, V'ansroni-. Stoldart. Itoeves. blisses ^fof Mt :i R :eves 'I. Adnner. ^Forris: Diss. Master Reeves. 3f(;ssrs. V'austonc. Blanch J. Kaai. H. Kiiii. Sharp. Mathews, Brvan. Andrews. Banner. Bowiten. .Jess. W'i'lson.Nolde. Kelly. Xattoll, A. Clark, B. Clark airl son.' B.ite. Hvans. Talk. 0 Connor, (rarland. Sto Mart. Henley, Smith. Moore, \) ivison, 'I. lionitoa. M:ive-«. Wan.l. and H in the Steerayo. FKEKJIJT. 1.7) Ton i 0-jneral Merjhan \\-v. I B-.ill 1 Cow. and suiiiries. REPORT, Left Sydm.-y at ll).l/i p.m. on the loth Calle I at tnu usual Ports and arrived in Byron Bay at 1 p.m.. on the 17di Exper.eiee I mo ter.ite varlahle winds with nne weather. i \ HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS | MAINTAIN, | UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN J HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HEn GLORIOUS PRECEPTS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

TUKXS0,V:!U2': SiX m''lthS '?''''« *Ttu...hcr, SHAR1« '?'«. - ? y ft.n.,ere , ? a, e JJJ' T10TAL Number of Shareholders '' x 1,159. NhT\rv\iJi-V Half'year °mlin' :5Oth ^-tem- ' £1603 5- 1 i — THE — Coastal farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITED. J «7I-6 S.,sM-*-Stro-.|, Sydney.

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COTTAGE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

COTTAGK HOSPITAL. .Mr. McLean's motion at the last meeting of the Progress Association, re the establishment of a Cottage Hospital in Byron Bay, is one that should receive the support of all pro gressive persons in the town and dis trict. It would he a boon of great, and increasing value. In serious illnesses, and accidents, immediate muii i liwii iii iiii-iiiiin ti| KKIllCU UU I'S ;ing,.or opei-ation, isabsolutely necess ary for the saving of life. HuW many itinies has a doctor to say, ' Had I jbeen called earlier all would have ibeen well. Now, it is too late ! ' It is impossible for any to say that Byron Hay is not the best centre for a hospital for this district and it will, doubtless, be largely patronised by ;all those patients inland whom the seaside would benefit. During the su miner months Lismore is welFnMi lintnle cable with tlio intense heat, !and Casino is equally as bad, so that everything points to the desirabilif v --f establishing a Cottage Hospital to begin with, a...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. Ihe usual monthly meeting of the Progress Association was held in the School of Arts on Thursday evening, i-th inst. Among those present were Messrs. George M'Clean (VicePresi dent, m the chair), 0. B. Wareham ' §— I I \ I \ LJ r. . . \ TIT TT ft t . '--? _ _ _ \r , Ji v- '?? U1'ttord, M. McLean, E. Boyle, A. K. Brown, J. W. Banner, J. B. Jackson, A. C. Burgess, and others. The minutes of previous meetin' were read and confirmed on the mo* turn of J. B. Jackson, seconded bv M. McLean. Carried. C JRRESPOXDENX'E. OC7TWARD3. ? To R. ]). Measlier. i^scj. ALL. A., re Reserve 1198 (lyin' between the Bay and Tyagarah* staring that information has' been re ceive I that a Surveyor has been, at last, requested to measure the re se.-ve in question, and asking Mr Mealier to bring under the notice 'K the Minister for Lands the advis ability of causing necessary resvrva tio.is to bemide for future drains as the reserve, though rich, is a big ?swamp. The Department ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

ir.4!V»BfLLS, iKiivelopes, I Commercial Work of I j sill kintris, i ' l| ravE us a trial.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

j ? ? ^ * . ?:. ? . ' .. ?:?'. ' 'j ?' ; ??-? I ';' ????./ ' _ _ , I- _ ??.-,_{.? | '?'..»' ' _?'.'. ...??.._.?.?':' '. ' ' /' ? ? ?.--'?'. Great JVfortheFn Kotcl, : *? . BIRO N B AY. ' ; ? r Sea Side Resort j_ ^ ? ? ? ? ' %~f?' M Mc Lean's ..HnTFi -_ byron || -£-£ * ^* ^^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ k%I I ll Jill * Is* ki.A *- ^ yf-s-K ^ UREA* / .r-^ — ~~^%^!sb^=&t ss f?/7 ( C)Jj) ll G7* HE GREVr NORTHERN HOTEL, lias always been noted as a most g* \\^r^^ V °^ i ffl «-n™Tenay situated, and well managed hostelry. Every iittentaon ^ V^ ^-7/l\ W W Mb been given to good architecture, ventilation, light am con ita ^ \\ c=^V// bb , The oeneml arrangements of the hotel, are charming. The rooms a, e *g J \| \ X// ^ tastefully finished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony p ^ 3 / S L M w^ch s a veritable - look out » commanding the most magnificent views ot |* ^ II he I ay and surrounding country. After a tew moments in Is h.gh |. II compZented upon having such « tastefully Uu.gne....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

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DAIRY & FARM. HOW TO GET BETTER MILK AT OUR FACTORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

[?] IFOW TO GET BETTER MILK AT OUR FACTORIES. (8am Haughdahl, in ' Klgin Dairy Report.') This question has perplexed the minds of all bnttermakers interested in their calling, since the early dawn of thy factory system of buttermak ing, and is yet to-day, one of the most important problems that the buttermakers hive to solve ; as it touches tho main root ot' the evil con front: n £r us. Wh iruiv *iv it. ;« the foundation of thv buildiug, the life of the industry it concerns, as upon the settlement of this question depends the quality of our factory butter in the future. To better illus'- t ate the im ortance of the question before us, allow me to make some c.Miipar s:-:is between the human system and the factory system. I.i trying to answer this question before us, it would see.m natural that I should try to propose some new iv me. lies or rules, but I believe there arj a 1 rea-.lv remedies, enough pro pj.sed to as how we may improve the quality of milk at our factories, or in other...

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

MARK!? REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MAItKE TS. Butter, 1/ per 11). B;icon, Od. per 1b. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Butter, lid to Hi per lb. Bac( n,..9d to lOd.per lb. BRISBANE MARKETS. Bjitter, lid. to I/- per lb. Bacon lid to L-p^r lb.

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Cable News. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

(Jable ]4eWs. London, Tuesday. General Pienaar, who in rJW surrendered with 120!) men to the British at Komoti Poort, and who had since been interned in Portugal, was latterly in monetary difficulties. He came to London, and was treated so generously that he shed tears of gratitude at Mr. Chamberlain's kindness in assisting him and his family back to Johannesburg and ?einStllUlly nun in tuc puaaoaaiuu )f nine town stands. The St. Petersburg newspapers consider the rapprochement of Great Britain and France implied by King Edward's visit to France as a sure guarantee for the peace of Europe. Further arrangements in connec tion with King Edward's visit to Paris are announced. The King will review the garrison of Paris on May 2nd the day after his arrival, and on May 3rd M. Delcasse, thej French Minister for Affairs, will en tertain him at luncheon. The aime evening President Lou bet will be the King's guest. The ' Novoe Vremyo,' of St. Petersburg, states that the German | promoters of ...

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THE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

THE SOCIAL. The Social which was to have eventuated in the evening, was post poned owing to the death of Mrs. R. J. McDonald, the beloved wife of the Hon. Sec, The sad intelligence was received late ifi the day and the Social postponed at the last minute for an indefinite period.

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Easter Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

EasteP Monday. Easter Monday proved to be an exceptionally beautiful day, and che large body of excursionists who made the Bay their pleasure resort thoroughly enjoyed themselves on the beach. The little one's fairly revelling in the sand and water. Quite 1000 visited the Bay during the day, the trains being crowded— but not over-crowded. THE RIFLE MATCH. The only sporting event of the day was the Prize Shooting Match inaugurated by the Byron, Bay Rifle Club and shot off on the local range. It was most successful, a large number of enthusiastic ' sWotists ' competed for the vas-ioa* prize3. From a marksman's point of view the weather during the morning „.— « w« « «?-* I 4\ rt% r\r\ f V»n ♦' 'A f' t&V 1 11 II C 1 1 :hanged and a tricky wind inter ered with their accuracy of aim. Che following gives the names of vinners. Winners in Byron Bay Rifie Club Handicap. 1st. Prize £3 ; 2nd. £1 10s. ; 3rd, £1 ; Two Prizes of K-s. and Two Prizes of 5s. R. Beacom, Score Gfi £;$ --s 01 1 ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

LOCAL AND CENERAL. '-Hessrs. Pinnigan and Glasiter will visit the Bay on Tuesday, 21st hist. Public School Picnic comes off to day on the Picnic Ground. The contract for scrub-felling on Mr. H. Everitt's farm, has been secured by J. Taylor. A most interesting letter from a correspondent held over until next issue. Mr. J. Barnsley of Newrybar was the succcessful tenderer for the erec tion of Mr. H. M'Lean's cottageresi dence, the work is to be commenced immediately. Note clearing out sale at H. Ever itt's establishment. Fancy flannel ettes for blouses in lovely colours and varieties of patterns, Cashmeres, all shades. All new Winter Goods thoroughly reliable, and at sale prices. A good stock of ladies' men's and childrens boots and sboes, must be cleared to make room for more stock. Call and inspect. For one month only, first come— first choice.* Mr. Robrahn was presented with a silver medal by the Shipwreck Re lief Humane Society, in testimony of his pluck in saving the life of Miss...

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COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

COMMENTARIES. THE Drought Relief Fund has now reached £20,000. A collection taken up among 60,000 people at the Show on Saturday last, realised only £12 5s. According to Sir John See the numorous concourse attending the 8how, fairly proves that the coun try is not so poverty-stricken as ' calamity-howlers ' would have the world believe. Anyhow, they evi dently didn't take an overflowing amount of pocket-money with them, the show not being a bazaar. Still these visitors to the city are supposed to be the rich farmers, those that have grown fat on the poverty of their drought-stricken brothers, and yet, apparently, who will not give of their fullness to relieve the destitu tion they know exists. That is what is said, but is it fair ? The visitors to the Show had perhaps, given to collectors in their own towns, and did not feel disposed to give more. Then these people may not be so rich as they looked, and Sir John might remember '? Its not all gold that glit ters,' like the Government...

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CASTLE CRIEFE. (Continued). CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

CHSTIiE CHlEpE. . ? 0 (Continue;/). ? , CHAPTER VIII. CjjVYlTHIN Castle Crief'.- all was 'f.flf festivity and rejoicing Lady ^M- Juliet, who had ' lived » abroad all this time, had consented to spend Christinas with her son. Accordingly Hilda and herself had arrived a few days pre viously. Time had dealt very leniently with Lady Juliet. She looked not a day older than she did that other Christmas, seven years ago, and she seemed a great deal happier and more satisfied ; ana when her glance happen to light ever and anon on her son or his wife, it kindled with new pride. They were a very hand some pair, the Squire and his wife. Blanche Gascoigne was, if anything, more beautiful, more fascinating than Blanche St. Maur had been, and folks averred that she looked years younger than her twin sister, but Hilda had grown graver, sadder, DUICI 111 CVCIJ VV«,T ? It was perfectly preposterous, Lady Juliet would often say, that Hilda should give herself up to such old I'ashioned gravity of deme...

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