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

HEART LOJVELIIVESS. The following is one of the ' exquisite little songs ' of Paul Verlaine, one of the group calle.l the ' Parnasse ' in France, and which was at its zenith about ldOJ-Tli : There are tears in my heart, There is rain in the town ; What bodeth this smart In my languorous heart ? 0 soft noise of the rain Over earth, over roof ! For a heart sick with pain 0 the sony of the rain ! 1 ears without reason '? In a heart out ot haiirl, And none has wrought treason ? This grief has no reason. Tis indeed tho worst woe ? With no love and no hate In one's heart not to know Why one s heart has such woe.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

VALEDICTORY. A basket picnic was tendered Mrs E. Smith us a farewell by her Tya garah friends on Thursday last. Mrs. Smith has resided at Tyagarah for some years past, and she will be greatly missed as her social ami charitable disposition has always maflo har OYfvPlllplv nODlilnr. both ft Tj-agarah and also at Byron Bay. Quite 100 and odd guests were pre sent at the picnic which was held at Mr. W. Flick's residence. Rain, un fortunately, fell at intervals through the day, rendering out* door amuse ments out of the question, though sports with prizes were held for the children, and the children of Tya sjarah attended in full force. At lunch Messrs. Jarman, Turner, W. Flick and Cannon, all spoke of the high esteem in which Mrs. Smith was held as a friend and neighbour. They had the pleasure of presenting Mrs. Smith with a handsome Silver Teapot, richly chased, and engraved with a suitable inscription, also a silver Hot-water Jug to match. A handsome Picture Frame and blotting pad wer...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

— AND — ? (brcnci'.il Blacksmith, ? [Established ISOl.'J ? 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 aifid Spring Carts built cqusci t« Sy«l«tt«y. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call or send for Prices before sending out of the District. HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. ?or Prices and Full Particulars. J. W. BRHHER, Proprietor. Vf.'cnt for Pottie & Son's. Horse Medicines. Baker Confectioner, and Senegal Storekeeper, — 13YK0X BAY. — A 4'!*-»i--« :ss»d Si--lo-5-:»J-1 Siurk always on vi-»u'. ft DRAPERY, Mr GROCERY, __**_ EOOTS & SHOES, 49% CLOTHING, 0f ^ HOSIERY, j[ IRONMONGERY, .Tlilliaioiy ami f}a-'Ss;aiaJisii£ B-«t»«' at shortest notice. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. i I | j i PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. Hxecutes all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. ^anks of...

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CHAPTER IX, AND LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

CHAPTER IX. AND LAST. Many years have past since that me morable Christmas Eve, when the squire's wife had died by her own hand. Her death had caused a torrible sensation throughout the county, and when it became known that before lu,'i- death ah.i had confessed to the murder of Lilias Lynton, public hor ror and asio.iishinunt knew no bounds. Every sympathy was fell for Lady the Squire also, though there were not a ft-w who whispered that this terrible (rouble was a judgement upon him for his treatment of his unacknowledged first wife. After it was all over, and 'Blanche (xascoigno had bev.in buried in the lit tlt.1 churchyard below the hill, tin Squire became once more a wander er upon the face of the earth, leav ing his mother and children ;it the Castle. Ludy Juliet was tired of travelling, and despite all that had happened.! felt she would rather stay at the old place, than leave it, again. So the years rolled on, and she was once in:.)i'd queen regnant at Castle Criei'e. Hilda ...

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

? i__ _ j ? Young enthusiastic artist (inno cently) : '' I presume, Miss Fitzdook, you iminf ?'' Miss Fiizdook (indignantly, mis applying his remarks) : 'Sir, do you intend to insult ? ' Young artist (very much embar rassed) : 'Oh, 'pon my word, Miss Fit/.dook, don't think for a moment I alluded to the paint on your face,'' The young man in the tram, ob serving that the handsome young lady on the opposite, seat was look ing at him very intently, and think ing that he might have impressed her favourably, changed his seat; for one by her side and ventured to remark ! ?'Haven't I seen you before some where ?': ??'Well.'1 she replied, 'I'm not quite1 certain, but I think you are the man who stole our spoons.' He. got out. Iwo ladies had an amusing experi jence in making a formal call. The imaid risked them to wait until she ascertained whether the prrsons in quired for were in. Presently she tripped downstairs and announced that '? the ladies were not at home/1 One of the callers, findi...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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MR. MILLS, SEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

MR. MILLS, SEN. On Wednesday, of heart-failure, Mr. Mills, the esteemed father of Messrs. L. P. Mills and Bros., of Broken Head, died suddenly at his residence, Sydney, at the age of 78. He leaves a large family to whom we extend our sympathy.

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OBITUARY. MRS. R. J. McDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 April 1903

OBITUARY. MRS. R. J. McDONALD. It is with deep regret we chronicle the death of the beloved wife of Mr. Ronald J. McDonald. As already stated, the now deceased lady was conveyed to Lismore in the hope that an operation would save her life, but though every effort was made to save her, the lamented lady succumbed on Easter Monday, and was laid to rest in the Casino Ceme- tary on Wednesday. She leaves sor- rowing relatives and many friends to mourn their loss, the deepest sym- pathy is expressed for the bereaved husband, and his two infant child- ren.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FUN. WHEN JACK PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

AFUN.^L WHEN JACK PROPOSED. I meant to keep quite calm ;uul cool, And not. behave just like a fool, When Jack proposed. Intended to be dignified, And say ; 'Perhaps 1 11 be your bride, If I'm dispose.!.' In spite of all I thought to do, My plans so cherished ne'er cumo true, When Jack proposed. I laid my head against his breast, And — Jack can tell you all thu rust, If — he's disposed. A widow -went to the office of the assurance company where her late husband had insured himself, in 01 der to receive payment of her claim. During the conversation which en sued the clerk remarked -spin pathe- tically that he ' was very sorry to hear of her husband's death,' Whereupon she fairly staggered him by remarking : ''You men are all the same — always sorry when a poor woman gets the chance of a little money.' 'Yes, I certainly advertised for a ? valet.'' said the gentleman, in repl / to the man on the look-out for a ?berth. ' but you are as old as the. the hills.' : il Well, sir,' answered th...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — - — General BlacksucitSi, ? [Established 1891.] ? o ? TTEHICLES made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming done on the Premises. Sulkies :iml Spring Carts built equal to Sydni-»y. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call or send for Prices before sending out of the District. HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. ? I For Prices and Full Particulars. J. W. BflflflEH, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie & Son's. Horse Medicines. : Bafter Confectioner, and (Senegal Storekeeper, ? - — BYRON BAY. -- i I ! A Ihotr*' aei-! Ip-to-Diilc Stork always oil vi«'\v. i i I i _______^ — — — — ^— . — ^— — -^— — — — — — — — — — — — — ~ — ! M DRAPERY, j MZ GROCERY, ! AV^ BOOTS & SHOES, i JPL CLOTHING, M^ HOSIERY, ! HJ IRONMONGERY, lEi!liii--! v :ut-i B^wssuiakiiiff B-on«' sil sIhh'H's! iaoti----. : Eread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. i : ,,__ ? , ? njjijijmnuiMiBiii^w— — ^— ? m...

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Useful Hints. ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

; ? ;Oseful {tints* V ODDS AND ENDS. :V Stains of Egg. — These may be re moved from silver spoons by rub bing theni with a little very finely powdered salt. , White Wax Candles that have be come discoloured may be cleaned by ^wiping them over with a piece of Manuel dipped in spirits or wine. i Soapsuds makes an 'e'xcelieilt. ma im re, espeeially fdr vegetables : the soapsuds should -be allowed to get quite cold before they are poured on the ground. Emery-cloth or Paper and San d~ paper may be maden-ery easily. Takei ? u sheet of paper or a piece of rag,; paint it over with glue, then dust emery-powder or wind' over them : when dry they are ready5 for use. To remove .stains- from the hands! .after peeling potatoes, apples, or pe:irs,first wash the hands without using soap, then, while still wet, rub them i with- pun ice-stone, and after-i wards wash with so:ip and water. . To Clean Cheap Jewellery.— Washj with warm soap iuul water ; do not; let HTieMn the water if there is any, paste...

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MYSTERY OF A RUSSIAN MONASTERY. AN ENGLISH GIRLS FATE. DISAPPEARANCE OF TWO STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

MYSTERY OF A RUSSIAN MONASTERY. AN ENGLISH GIRL'S FATE. DISAPPEARANCE OF TWO STUDENTS. Some time ago it was reported that two young girls — one of them an English girl named Rose Whalley, the daughter of an English mill manager, who lives near Moscow — had disappeared mysteriously from rheir homes (writes ' St. .James's gazette' of March). Mr. Whalley 3 file red the sum of £100 for informa tion leading to the discovery ofi his daughter, thereupon a lay brother! of the Danloy Monastery claimed thei reward, stating that tbe girls hadi been decoyed into the monastery, and that his daughter was living; there among the monks. The St.; Petersburg correspondent of the, ''Daily Express,' who recalls these; facts, adds : The father went at once-j to the head of the police, and after; great difficulty succeeded in obtain-; ing admission to the monastery. The, sir I was found on the premises, but; she had been so shockingly mal-i treated by the monks that she sur-j vived only a few hours after...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

jGric's Pier J^otel. B Y B O N BAY i ? t Excellent Accommodation. Rent Ales Wiii«*s, and Spirits. B-**t of Tables. Every Attention. Sa :iplo ami Billiard Rooms. Experienced and -areful f*rootn. Hotel Wii^'onclK' meets all Arrival* hy Sea an-l Train. I i ,4 S this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocoan than any other in Australia, it i.s needless to describe its Charms j ! A ' ? ! ! AS A SUMMER RESORT. i j i i A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOR. | i ! i ii' ' ' ' ~ ' ? ~ ? ? ~~ | II 6. Iioefce A Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYRON BAY. | ! ! T!w L'hi'iU'.fst -.mil best house in the tr.uk' for everything. ? { i ' -- -t ? .. ? _ '?&'?& j I .fi.^ ————————— ^^ : *- do ti» J. ('-. L-u-ke A: Co., lor Hoofing Iron ;i'l lengths IJ-I jier foot. ^ i r *^ (it) to J. (i. Locke ^ Co., for Resi Anieriean liarbed Wire l;')s \)or coil. ^% , i \N^ \\ I ^ (Jo to J. (1. Locke (t Co., for Men's it BoyVSuits, Cheiqiest and Hrsf. J^ c\ . ') '. eOA\ Xt do to .1. -J. Locke A: Co.. for Men's Colonia...

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DAIRY & FARM. THE MILKING SHORTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

i THE MILKING SHORTHORN. 'No. other class of dairy cattle has come forward in recent years s'de by side with the shorthorn of the milking strain. Possibly the in crease prices for meat may have influenced dairy farmers who aim at producing a duel purpose animal, l-nt is more likely that there has been ??a reaction in favor of the stock upon which the general milking herd of Australia were founded. In the coastal districts of New South Wales the shorthorn proved the most profit able dairy animal from the first days of settlement onward to the coming of the separator and the factory sys tem in manufacture. The Babcock tester proved rhat the old-fashioned cows of the proper strain filled the pail satisfactorily with milk that gave a good butter fat. test all through. Unfortunately, there bad been no ready means at hand of se curing sires, and crossing, which a? first, was confined to cattle in the milking herds, extended to srnd stock, and the. shorthorns on the coast lost type and ch ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / 3. %. IDareljam, BYRON BAY. Sworn Valuator under the R'.^al Propertv Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. rAND and General Commission Ayent J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). R- W. Thompson, JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. UIULLUITIBIItlBr. A UCTIONS held and Properties for JL\- Private Sale in all parts of the Bjs: Scrub and Tweed River Districts. A larjLfe list of properties to select from. Sugar Rebate, and Land and In come Tax, returns made out and forwarded. \OIM II COAST CO-OP. CIO. LI ItHTED. — XOTICK. — ? WE will be i»rep;ired io receive Cream at the new Factory, Lismore. covn menciiiLr WEDNESDAY. 3rd DECEM W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R. C. EW.TNG, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, *I II K W I L I, II m R A II . Sworn Valuator mirier ltv.il Properly Act. Airent for New Zealand Insurance Co., /'I KT your Visiting Curds printed V,T ut the 'Byrox B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

? — . ... _ _ _ _ . - — — — - v--. ..*?- . B.u.Lfc.^m^.i, f t^r~ ?TwniK-r' **^'t^ ''^'t^vtt* ni Ti -'niiiTrTwrL' if— wMHf 4 ^ ^. X«^ X-JI *^\ Ar*x& Sk*^ **J m riU'RXOVKR Utv six months ending S. ?'.?mber. X . mil mmw. £140,300. OIIAHKS taken up by fanners to date R QQ7 rflOTAL Number u|' Shareholders ? 1 icn JL I,l59. 'V^TT profits for 1 1 :i Il'-yi.-;ir - ? 1 1 « I i I ) lT .'H)t ]i Septem x- lllT- l:lll~- £1603 5- H - TlIK — Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society UMITF.I). J tf7l--- Siisscx-Stwct, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

I 'VTE W Past, Exprcs* Bi-Wccklv -J-^l Service to Sydney. THE CrvrNICOLTLINE (Oldest Established Lfne running from this di.sfr.ct.) THE NEW STEAMERS 'CJAVAXBA' A 'DORJSJiCSO.' | The Now. Powerful, Eloetric-li»hted. tligli-clas.i ami Up-to-duto s.s 'fav- a,',Va' ' ,'/''' '««??* (canies British Borir.l or li-ii. c i^jtupment ami Passenger Cer tificate.) The -C.iva.iba-' 1ms a la.t promeimde deck. so.;;a) hall, smokin' room, hot a:. I cold sea-water baths, is handsomely frimiishe 1 saloons and two bertn cabins. Leaves Sv Irev i:\t-i; v TOiuv.a!. JU.jjn p.m.. -o'r Bvrojl j^. filling at N.jwc;utle only, due at Bvron Hay about noon on Thursdav heaves a-am kvkisy sATrnuv. at 7. pin., and ! is due H, Sy.inuy on Mon-lav at 4 a in lhe N-jw s.s. 'I-»iTiff-;,' 400 f,ns. from Sv'lney nn'i.vv k, k vim;, and leave. ?*r^?;lr4'or Sy'iievrr-K.-r,AV. »; p.mJ *.*. » V/oilii' klKii ,' Tweed Rive,* arid .Sydney a!,o-if wuiy dght days. ; Fares.— Saloon : Return £2 Ids. For. -Cabin lh's. each way. Agents S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

BYKON BAY. PUBLIC NOTICE ? ^ The business hitherto carried on by R. AIJDSLKY, in the name of the former proprietor Mil. L. ClH'lMWOol), will in future ho conducted l)y him in his own name. In reference to the above notice H. AUDSLRY, 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. Shakfjspkare says : — 'Thai which we call a rose' ' By any oilier name would smell as swccl.' And the Public are assured that whether the Imperial Store is called Grimwood's or Audsley's, they will a ways find there A good and Up=to=date stock. Moderate Prices. Civility & Attention, ! i UYRON BAY. 17th March U»0:}. ?] I I I \ i ? ^I'P-TO-DATE XKWS - r*A(J.ENCY ANO FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. sydnb-:y papkbs, Town and Country, Sydney Mail. Kveninir News. J.)aily Telegraph. Sydney Bulletin. Boomerang, Worlds News. BSBtlNflSAXB-] PAI'KKK. Courier.. Daily Telegraph, Queenslander. We...

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

-liiir-li ori;ii^rl:iiMl. I'AitisM Ok liviio.v Bay. Sunday. April ^ilth. T.io:». Byron Lay S a.m. ( ILC.j l--iii«,ralo\v 1 1 a.m. ,. I-Jrooklet '2.y-\) p.m. ., Byron Bay, 7..'-0. jj.m. FDWIX .1. DODD.

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Public School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

public School picnic. The Public School Picnic which took place last Saturday, was a most successful gathering, ipiiie ;2!);- at tended which, we understand, is a considerable increase on last year. It is a pitv a larger number of the parents did not a '.tend to witness the childrens pleasure. The picnic was held on the Picnic Ground, a lovely spot, embowered in trees and cool green foliage, and where the child rens merry voices blended with the rhythmic music of the surf beating on the shore, not a stones-throw dis tant, and where one could wish the day might never end. A scrumptious lunch was partaken oi' at I o'clock, and then competitive sports were held for the children. Certain races were run by ciasses. with three prizes ton class first, second, and third, these were bright and well-Mound books, well worth competing for and. evidently, greatly coveted by the youngsters. The Infants were not forgotten as they also had prizes to com pete for. During the afternoon ;i splendid as...

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Presbyterian Church of Australia. Sunday, April. 26th, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903

I*i'4'Hl»yl4'ri:iii riimli --l Australia. Sumlav. April. 2i'iih. l'.Mi:-}. Byron Bay (Masonic Hall ). 11 a.m, Myoeiim 2.'M) p.m. Mullumliimbv, l.','-\) p.m. HFV. CHAS. II. 1IA.INS.

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