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To the Editor Byron Bay Record. LIBERTY AND RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903
To the EiUl.tr Byron B:iy Rconi. LIBERTY AND RELIGION. ? o ? Sl.lt. — In reference to the letter; signed by ' Free-Thought,'' in your issue of March 2 1st, I must say the writer shows a line of reasoning and logic which will be more popular :2(- years hence than at present. A.z the! present time with Dr. Dill-Macky mil Cardinal Morau preaching their, own particular creeds, and trying to cram it down their hearers' throats, it comes as a relief, to read a letter like the one mentioned. Does \\ ya long or Teinora show that we (who boast we live in a Christian country:, are any better than the benighted races'? Thank Cod th'se are only isolated cases bat it shows how reli gion causes dissent and quarreling. We all know thai Cardinal Moran and Dr. Dill-Macky are capable sp.-akers. but does it not seem a thousand pities that they are not us ing their talents to a better advan tage f And instead of making the gulf wide:1 between these narrow minded creeds ( in speak' ing of creeds I refer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903
Mreat J^foFtftcni Hotel J ji ?.'.??': r ???'?.... ? ???? ? . : ???,..??? ? ? ' : ? ,- ? ? Bpff BAY. ' r Sea Side Resort ? I! ' ^ ? — ? ._ i ^ QpeaT/* * ^A— ^^r ? bay. § ^ — -v ,1 w^ : ? '' * =i*~: ^— — ? — -tzr^^- ~^ -^ ? &£? r \ ^^7 -^ M HE ^^T- NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been m,t,-l as a n.os* % K Co ) j: «=^7 g tfi; convementy situated, and well managed hostelry. Evm'Si S || ^V i[ // / II ^ T^ e' g7e' t0 g0°d ft''chite-*^ ventilation, light and S 't M ^^ I r ' b ^ f » n1^^1^^™^1'6^^ ^e hotel are charining! Therooii.R »uv ^ ivV^ i C ^ *-: tastetully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper V con v . ^ \ W ! II SS1 P,v ' n f taWe ' r°k °Ut ' comm««Hn& the most ^ ifi ' vt ? of g J « \ 1 ^ ^tud? 'wh^1''01!^ g cou'fclT-,'Affcer ll few inoments i11 thi^ high' ^ i: | gg altitude, where all. is cool and pleasant, one is verv reluctant to *& » II NoThe™WHotSt 'e .3T1l°f1eVeiT tlilJ thin«B- Without doubt the Grear M I P S, them Hotel hikes a high pl...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [It is distinctly to be borne in mind thatj wo do not, by in-ertiny letters convoy any! :-]-in:on favoaiublo to thoir contents. No; notice whatever will be taken of: anoay-j mons letters, nor ciui wo rotarn those that aro rejected. Letters should bo l.rief aad written on one s;de o! the paper oalv.J
[?] NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903
.lUi'E.S.E'iagSE^lSV .\OTKS. (k;:o:i on: own couiiksi'ondknt. ) The Presbyterian Chmvh is now almost completed, and will be a l)O!-n to all denominations u- t!i' use of it is offered to other Churches. Ai a General Meeting of the School of Arts (Mr. C. E. Simpson in the chair), it was decided, as sooir as funds permitted to erect a new i - 1 1 i 1 1 1 i n !_:' . the present ^)\r being ??nite inadequate for the present wants. £10 was subscribed in tin- hall, and many promises made of financial lieln. A committee were appointed :n collect fund.-;, oil'.' of whom (Mr. R. M. Thompson ). has a substantial amount ;t 1 1- ady collected. ?I. Yasey was acouit ??' I on a charge of assault. The Public School is to have an addition, in the shape of a large class ;?()! i'.;. Messrs. R. W. Thompson Jim. and Co.. A lie! ioneel'S of M II 1 1 II 111 hi 111! -V. has sold privately, at a satisfactory figure, tile Well k'lloWI. blllcher? 111! business owned by -las. McMilliu. the purchasers being t he ...
Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903
C^able }4eWs. London, Momky. Reports from Caracas state thai !')( )'.)'.) Venezuelan revolutionists have bsen annihilated after a ton clay's pursuit. Thirty of the number were made prison era. A body of Turkish troops sur rounded a band of insurgents in the Palauka district. The villagers of Apala and members of other bands threw dynamite bombs among the troops wit.li awful effect,. This caused a stampede in the Turkish ranks, and the insurgents, with a loss of ten men, cut their way through, killing and wounding?1) Turkish, troops. Incalcuablc lo.ss lias bjen caused in the Bordeaux district by frost, which blackened two-thirds of the budding vinos in the Gironde dis trict. A. t.-rrifie siiinii occurred a*. Ber lin, and the telegraph lines w:_-re all interrupted. ll-avy snow storms in Austria! have caus -d i:ni:)i.'MS ?. destruction among vineyards iind orchards. Si)1 Ti]!-:ii.t-i L'pion's lio-w yac'it Shamrock III. coming frt»m the Clyde, was caught in a storm --ii' Weymoi't h, and...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Dr. McLeod has now taken posses siou of his new residence in Shirley Street (late Mr. H. M 'Clean's) and may be consulted there fur tin future. Dental Work. — Messi's. Fiunigan and Ghiister, the renowned, painless Dentists, have fitted up a first class dental parlor upstairs in the Victoria Buildings at Lismore. All denta! operations are skillfully performed, and are absolutely painless, or no fee is taken. Artificial teeth elegantly fitted and ^uaratiieed to last a lift time. Teeth filled with -.rold pain lessly — a. speciality. Consultation free.* On her up-'.rip the s.s. Cavanba dropped the lion. K. \V. (/Sullivan. Minister for Works, and two other Members of Parliament at Coifs Harbour. Mr. H. FiVeritt has imported a pure bred Hol.stien, Bull by name '? Playboy ' it is to lv pik'eu to his farm. Mr. Kveritt. like all pro gressiye dairy farmers in the dis trict, intends to have a good herd. The Berlin difiuisi's iliscuverv for tuberculosis is said io Ik- eucalvp...
Opening of a New bodge. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903
©taenin^of a NeW taod|e. Wednesday evening witnessed the official opening of a new branch of the Manchester United Grand Lodge of Oddfellows, which has been given the sweet, sounding native name of ' Unara, whicli signifies sleeping, though from results to date we rather think the new Lodge will not be caught napping, or will sleep with both eyes open if it sleeps at all. There was a record attendance between f-0 and ()!) being present, of these about 20 were visitors. The Installing Officers were : P.O., Bro. R. White, P.O., Bro. A. W. Gibson i(o£ Lismore), P.G.,J. Gill (Buring bar). The new officers installed into the Unara Lodge were : Bros. P.G.,| T. G. Horsey, N.G.,.W. Flick, V.G.,1 W. Bailey Financial Secretary, J.j j .Midden hall, Treasurer. There wei-e'j |2I newly initiated candidates, Before; ine.xt meeting it is expected the. Lodge-, will be 41) members strong. Af.turi :he official business of the evening; was concluded, a social reunion was held, a first-class supper, (in...
MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903
MARKET REPORTS. ? -/V - - - - LATKST (t)n)TATK)NS. SVDNKV .MAi.KKTS. Butter. 1 choice lots 1 j p.-r !b. Bacon. Si. per !b. .MKM'.orilNK .MAi.'KKTS. P.ii: I;-!-. ! 1 .', per Ib. Bavon. 'Jd per Hi. i::jis!j.\.\k .mamkkts. Butter, lid. to 1 - per II). Bacon '.ill to l().;,d pe.- I!). Not' clearing out sale at II. Ever itl's establishment. Fancy lla'inel e'.tes fo!1 blouses in lovidy colours an I varie'ies of patterns, Cashmeres, all shades. All rcw Winter (ioods thorough! v reliable, ar.d at sale | - r i ;?».-. A good stock o| ladies' men's and children.-1- hoo's and shoes, IllllS' b' cleared to make f« «? -!M for more stock. Call and inspect. I''or one month only, li'-s1 eo:ne — - first idioic'. Tin1 R. C. S.icial. postponed on K.s:-- Mo.,dav. will !?? I j , - 1 ? i ..u the 1 Ph Muy. All tickets available.
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. April. 23rd 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903
SHIPPING. ARKIVAL. April. 23rd 1903. Cavanbas..s/37;J tons, Captain J. H. Hunter from Sydney. Passengers :— *Madames Buchanan, Wilmott, Sharp, Arrn/ield, Virtue, Willas, Thornton and 2 children, McKinnen, Clark, McEchran. Misses Wilmott, Buchanan. MeLcod (2), Clark, Cusins, Mcars, Buchanan, Armh'eld, Mc Arthur, Ives. Messrs. I' raser, O'SuIhvan, Cooj)cr (2), Brinar, Synn, McLaughlan, McLaurn, Thomas, Condon, Darmond, Shackolton. Morri.son, C-impbelJ, Hands, Thornton. Logan, Lockwood, Jones, 0s lionrne. Cook, Smith. Rice, i Buchanan, Ward, Butsworth, Eves, Wilmott, McEch ran, Garrard, Clark (2) Virtue, Charles worth. Armfield, Wilmott, Ellis, Ives, Xewton, Irwin arid ten in the steerage. FREIGHT. If/) Tons General Merchandise^ REPORT, Left Sydney at 10.1.0 p.m. on the 21st. Called at the usual Ports and arrived in Byron Bay at 4 p.m., on the 2;'rd. Kxperiencod moderate Xortli East winds with showers.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903
Wf: regret to report that the infant son of Air. and Mrs. Warren of Cape Byron Lighthouse, died on Wednes day last. Wo tender our sincere sympathy to the bereaved parents. SEJ=W»c»««PI IIIWII. |l I III III Bpmt Bair Betorir.j HEBE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED CY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY CAIN ; HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDOED TO RELIOION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATL'KDAY, APRIL 2f-, VMYA.
Cottage Hospital. ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. £102 1s. 6d. COLLECTED IN THE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903
Cottage Hospital. ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. £102 Is. 6d. COLLECTED IN THE HALL. A public meeting for the purpose ofdiscussing the establishment of a Cottage Hospital in Byron Bay was held in the School of Arts on Thurs day evening. A large and enthusi astic attendance testified the deep interest taken in the question, most of the leading residents of the town! being present, and several ladies. I Mr. J. E. Glasgow (President of the Progress Association in the chair), opened proceedings by read ing the advertisement convening the| meeting. He expressed his gratifica tion at seeing ladies present, which was a privilege that they were not ac-! customed to, at their public meet ings, and it was gratifying to see that they were taking an interest in the! present one. He also hoped that! people, within a radius of 20 miles,! would interest themselves in the; matter, and assist to the full extent; of their power in the establishment! of such a, beneficial institution. Hut, I he reminded them...
COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 April 1903
COMMENTARIES. TuKKiij. is nothing f0!. it I, ut, the ringing ()f j.|l(. Curfew Bell ! The problematical '? She ' is getting so often into trouble of Ia,lo that ' She ' must be ken! in at, ni''ht. Neither mother or mistress seoin to have any power to keep girls in their homes of an evening. Mothers are laughed at, and if a mistress remonstrates with her maid she will probably be doing her own washing and cooking ere the week be past. Certainly, sooner or later, some restraint will' have to bo placed upon young women to pre vent them from being out all hours of the nioht without proper escort. From Choir Practise, Temperance Meetings to Dancing Assembly's all give gjrls (ho tit-sired excuse for leaving their homes of an evening. If Choir Practise or Temperance Meetings were hdd from A' to f- o'clock in the afternoon mot hers* or! mistresses1 would not prevent t|u.jrj girls from attending. Though, for1 all that, we reckon there'll be a Ml'! falling oil; in the attendance, which; shows ...
Useful Hints FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903
Useful ftirvrsv , FASHIONS. Fortunately for us fashion is not followed too closely, nowadays and individual taste is exercised on the things we wear. Cheap material?, too, make up very well with, their elaborate trimming, and the hom£ dressmaker can tun) out quite a pre sentable gown for less than one pound. Young girls are wearing mullin frocks for evening wear. These made up over a cheap white satin are really lovely. One model was of white ground with a faint pattern of pale pink roses and light green foliage. The skirt fell over several frills of white sttin to give it the necessary fullness about the feet, and the low bodice had a Vic torian berthe of blonde lace. A wide sash of pale blue tied in a smart bow at the back and the ends reaching to the hem of skirt, fin's ie-l the go\v:i. All bodices whether high or low, effect the drooping shoulders of the Victorian era. Puffs on the tops ol the arms are, quite of the pas% and and, it is said, we must be as bottle shaped an possib...
THAT OFFER OF MARRIAGE (Continued.) CHAPTER 11. CONSEQUENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903
THMT OFFER OF MRRRIRGE (Continued.) CHAPTER 11. CONSEQUENCES. tlfT was not till Georgie had \vr pleaded a headache as an excuse Jv for keeping her room, that she | remembered and read her other epistle. It was from Susie Iiaddon, and demanded an immedi ate reply. ' At last we can find a vacant place in our hive, and my dearest mother bids me give myself the rare treat of a visit from you. Come at once, there's a darling. Burton has gone to London to pass some examination, and the twins have just been packed ofi: with thei; cousins to Eastbourne, so you see we have plenty7 of room for a little thing like you.. Make no excuses, not even on the plea of packing. Put your thimble in. one pocket, and your brush and comb in another and beseech dear, kind Miss Kan ford, with my love, to send the rest of your impedimenta after you. Un less we have a telegram to say 'don't' — which all good angels for bid ! — 1 shall meet every train to morrow till you appear !' Georgie's spirits rose directl...
Poetry and Fiction. Ways of the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903
y W&p of the Cflorid. There are times when the heart is lone some, . And hope with despair alloyed, And sunniest scenes turn sombre, And the earth grows cold and void. Then , too. there are times when gladness, 1 he gloomiest mood beguiles, And the minu is brimmed with rapture, And the face is wreathed in smiles. A path always bright and pleasant A sky ever calm and clear, I fancy would soon seem irksome, And wearisome bo and drear. So live each day independent, And banish the rising fears, A laugh when the heart feels lonesome, Is better than sighs or tears. The world is deaf to your pleadings, Nor feels your sorrows and pains, But a friend to joy and good fortune And eager to share your gains. —George Sands Johnson.
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903
NEWS AND NOTES. A number of stock died last week! near Molong as the result, of the cold snap. j Some of the potato crops in the) Pambula district are reported to bo affected, with dry rot. An experi ment tried by. Mr. Martin in the use of lime from burnt oyster shells as! manure in his cultivation paddocks! has proved satisfactory. Mr. Martin! sctttered the lime over the paddocks! at. the end of last season, and plough-} ed it in. Mr. Martin has justi gathered in the maize crop, and says' the yield is exceptionally good. There wore ;i!» typhoid patients at! Forbes on Saturday last, Goorge! Pout, jun., of Jemalong, and Elizaj Hurkett died on the previous day.! and the only daughter of Mr. -7. R. Strickland, Bnndaburra, is being! treated at. \)\\ Cox's private hospital.! Dr. Ashburton Thompson states j that a competent oflicer reported on] the. sanitary system at Tamwortb andj condemned it, the Board of Health! refused to sanction it, and the At-j torncy-Genoral declined to. approve ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903
iJCiyk's pier J^otel ! BYRON BAY : Erveollciit Accommodation. B«**t Al«'«*. Wines, and Spirits. Bcsi of Tables. Ihcrj .Ittrntioit Sa:;ii-9-- asnd Billiard Roo.it*. HxixTicuecd and Careful Orooiii. Hotel Wa^oinf j-- bh-m'|h all Annals S-,v Sea ami Train. : A S this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its C harms ; i I AS A SUMMER RESORT. ; A. T. KIRK, PROPRIETOR. i i i i J. Q. Iioekc &. Co., I GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYRON BAY. ! ' Tlu' cheapest and best house in the trade for everything. : ' i i ---* — *K-' i\ ** On to .1. G. Locke \- Co.. for Hooriny Iron all lengths -ijd per foot. £^ ! ^^ (Jo to -I. (i. Locke A- Co.. for Best American Barhed Wire l'-s j)i*r coil. -2 ^ ! r /-j %% (-° f' 'L ('? Locke it Co., for Men's it Boy's Ruits, Cheapest and Be.st. £J / j) / i n. \\\ X% (U) to .1. 0. Locke it Co.. for Men's Colonial Tweed Trousers from ;5 (! pair. -.- If/C^3 *? ? c==^\\\ -l; Co to J. CJ. Locke it Co., for ...