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ODD BETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

O!-I- BETS. A strange wager was made in one of the London clubs, some years ago, that will doubtless point a moral. It yv'as t-iat a certain member could not, within two hours, on London Bridge, .«e!l one hundred new guineas at a penny apiece. The man took his .place on the bridge with a little tray, on which he had the coins. He informed the passer-by that they were genuine gold coins from the Bank of England, and they were to be had fora penny each. Tin; cart u-riri and policeman laughed at him'. When the time expired, such is hu man incredulity, that he had sold but two, which a maidservant bought to amuse her two little charges. Another peculiar bet made in Lon don was by a well-known barrister, for a large amount, that he would, at a certain hour, block Fleet Street in tlic busiest part of the day, and at the narrowest, point. Half an hour before the appointed time lie took his stiud upon the. opposite, side of the street from an insurance oliice wh:ch had a large lion over the...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

?? ? ?'?''' ?'' ''' ' ? ? _ t ? ??? t ' i f ? ' ' ? ? t ' ? * ? ? CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THr DISTRICT. / / / 0, %. IDardjam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act, LICENSED AUCTIONEER. T AND and General Commission Ajjent I J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT :?':-!? the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). % W. Thompson, ?TUN.. & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. UIULMJITIBIITIBV. A UCTIONS held and Properties 1ot .iTA_ Private Sale in all parts of the Bi-- .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. KORTB1 COAST CO-OP. CO. JLIItllVED. — NOTICE. — WE will be prcirired to receive Creur at the n^-v Factory, LismorH. com rnoiiciiisr WEDNESDAY. ;5rcl DECEM BER, W):-. W.H.CLIFFORD. Secretary. Pv. C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, MT V VS W I IL L U It! 15 A IB . Swoira V:alnar»B' icudcr Ken! Pntycny Av.t. A'-tent f...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAIRY & FARM. DUAL PURPOSE COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

D^IRV 8a F71JRM. DUAL 'PURPOSE COWS. English jukI American agricultural journals are allowing much space to correspondence on the subject of the dual purpose cow. Here is a typical ?expression of opinion by a. Wiscouin fa -trier-: — ' for years the writer was engaged in dairying with Jersey 'cows, and at the same time breeding the toure-bred. bsefv shorthorn!' The ?latter breed was not included in the ?dal'ity at all, nor were the cows milk ed other than by the calves, which \-rerc sold at a good price for breed ing purposes. It is not advisable for ?all farmers to carry two breeds, but Xve had a large farm, lots of rough :nge, silage, pasture, and a good local market for a few good, b:-;efy young . ?shorthorns. The profit was satis factory in b -th directions. Aninrds were bred and kept fora special pur pose, to return the most possible from the food and care in a certain direction, and not in several direct-! ions. Would any sane man havej turned the Jersey bull loose with! those ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

'VTJEW Fs^t, Bi:\-|M'oss.Ki-U'r4'klv THE cTwrMiC0LL~LiNE (Olilost Established Lino ranniny from this district.) THE NEW STEAMERS '-\4VAK35A' & '»»[[£?£{«--.'? 'I'lie Nuw. P.Hvorful. Elodri.:-li'_dif.:.!. H.!ifli-d:ns and i;p-io-da.te s.s. '-:;iv-: an!-a,' U ill Ions (carries British P-oar. i «-r Tra e Equipment. ;iinl Pa-sen»(;r C-r-l ti!i-:ate.) 'J'ho ' C iv;uil:;i ' l;;is ' :i lar'. i pro.nenade. dock, soc.nl hull, smoklnV mi). n. hot and cold sea-wafer k-i.ilis. is. handsomely fijrnishod saloons : -. 1 1 ? { iwo-I berth lm1i.ii-;. Leaves Kvdnev KV'-'ky; rr ksh.w. a I |!).;iil p.m.. for ByYon liav i '?ill:::;,' :it X :\vi::is;li.. only. dm: 'at 'Byri'n.'. B:iv aintiM iiion on Thursday. l,ea\-- a.-ain K\:;i:v .-.\Ti'l:ii.\v. at 7. p.m.. an i- ilnc in Sy.:n..-y on Ar--n-Uy ai I a m. Tin- N .??.??? s.s. '? B-«rrii£--,*' fill ton- ' fi-niii Sv'Ui.'.v ndli.W K'u'.mm;. and ie.-ivi-' I'l.vp'M Iviv ?;.,!? Sviicv T'KS|..\ v. -i p. is:. S.S. ?? ^VoS5iJ!»i8»iH.' -T\\i-.-| Rj\, i and ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

PROGRESS. HHL RNOYER for six moiitlis ending September, X nth um. £140,300. OHARES taken up by fanners to date C QQ7 riMOTAL Number of Shan-holders 1 1 50 ?VTKT'l' profits for Half-year ending .',0th Septem — THE — Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITED. J £?!--- -Siiss4'Y-Str---'t. Sydney.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

AUCTION SALE. PRIVILEGES Annual Meeting Byron Bay Jockey Club. To be held on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3rd 1903. MURDOCH McLEAN has been favored with instructions from the Secretary of the above Club, to sell by Public Auction on SATURDAY 16th MAY, at the Great Northern Hotel at 2.30 p.m. — The following privileges viz. — Gates. Publicans Booth. Refreshment Bootb. Fruit Stall. Also Right of Tattersalls for one year.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

BYRON BAY. PUBLIC NOTICE — -^ ! i The business hitherto carried on by R. AUDSLEY, in the name of the former proprietor Mli. L. GRTMWOoD, ! will in future be conducted by him in his own name. In reference to the above notice R. AUDSLEY, 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. . : SHAKESPEARE says : — ' Thai which we call a rose ' ' By any other name would smell as sweet.' And the Public are assurer! that whether the Imperial Store is called Grimwood's or Audsley's, they will aways Hnd there j i A good and Up=to=date stock. Moderate Prices. Civility & Attention. BYRON BAY, 17th March l'.)0:-l. | Mrs. J. Joyce, f UP-TO-DATE NEWS 'agency AND FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang. Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queensland^]', Week. Jfl...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. April, 30th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

SHIPPING. AKRIVAL. April, 30th 1903. Cavanb.a s.s 578 tons, Captain J. H. Hunter from Sydney. Passengers : — Madames Cook (3), Glaisterbrem, Logan, McLeod, Watson, Stokes, Flunner.y, Ward, Arm strong, Bailey, Scarlett, Duncan, Wells. Misses McCann, Watson, Nunn, Brydon, Stokes, Hayter, Flannery, Wamsley, Bai ley. Messrs. Brandon, Duncan, Caswell, Price, Kilner, Virgin, Watson, Dignan, King (2), Parish 2, Armstrong, Falkes, Kennedv, Mitchell' Javis, Hanna, Wells, Clark, Davey, Cliittick, Ward, Havter, Dudgen, Bryan, Taylor, Herald, Cray, Chapman, Bashford, Baker. Master Collins. And 14 in the Steerage. FEEIGHT. 200 Tons General Merchandise, and 14 head of c ittle. REPORT, Left Sydney at 10.15 p.m. on the 28th Called at the usual Ports and arrived in Byron Bay at 4 p.m., on the 30th. Experienced moderate Northerly .winds fine weather thoughout.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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The Governor's Visit. OFFICIAL PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

q% go^nof's Visit. OFFICIAL PROGRAMME. The ' S. M. Herald ' states : His E.v cellency Sir Harry H. Ruvson will leave Sydney on luesday. May /ith, by the Government steam yacht Victoria, for the purpose of paying 'an official visit to the North Cnart districts. The tour is outcome of a wish expressed some time ago by his Excellency to visit a portion of the State of which he had heard some time ago so much in regard to the fertility of its soil, the richness of its products, and the picturesque character of the scenery. The Premier, on hearing the wish expressed by the Governor, at once communicated with Sir Harry H. R-iwson, and stated it would give him great plea sure to arrange, with his concurrence, a tour through the most attractive portions of the Xprtb Coast, districts. The offer was cordially accepted, and the result is .-shown in the official programme of the tour published below. The Governor will be accompanied by bis A.D.C.and Private; Secretary, and the party will also i...

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FUN. Funny Advertisements. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

jyRUN.j0_ Funny Advertise na cuts. _ Curiously worded advertisements, which are unintentioniy funny, are very common. A periodical recently offered a prize for the best collec tion of such announcements. Here are some of them : — ' A lady wants to sell her piano, as she is going abroad in a strong iron frame.' 'Wanted, experienced nurse for bottled baby.' ' Furnished apartments suitable for gentlemen with folding doors.' ' Wanted a room for two gentle men about 30 feet long and 20 feet broad.' 'Lost a collie dog by a man on Saturday, answering to Jim, with a brass collar round his neck and a muzzle.' 'Wanted a respectable girl, her passage to New York, willing to take care, of children and a good sailor.' 'Respectable widow wants wash ing, for Tuesday.' ' For sale, a pianoforte, the pro perty- of a musician with carved legs.' ' Mr. Brown, furrier, begs to an nounce that he will make up gowns, capes, &c, for ladies, out of their own skin.' 'A boy wanted who can open oysters w...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Co^iitiercial Work of all kinds, Rubber Stumps. 1 GIVE' US A TRIAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

f - ' Canto, Programmes, ' Circulars, Letter Hefttlage, Note Headings, BILLHEADS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

\' * * ' ' , \ 11- Gtreat JVforificM j^Cotel, BYRON BAY. V t_Sea Side Resort j_ _ . . , . | ^VclEA/^'§ nHmri _ BYRO* II ^y}^ ^lj 1^ IT #\ I / ' ^r^ ? ^^fr t sy . &jtf. i ^OK - ' ? ~* ~~ ? ~~~~~ ? -^z==. - — =5T ? — ? — t ? =. ? -^^ I fr ^^yJl W (?Tr H'E GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as ti most &| ' V^ ( 0 ). 'i -=:y/Ji H$k 'w conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention --; XV5*^^ y j / / . ^ V./ nas been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ \Wv~^^ ( ' vj ^ ' The general arrangements of the hotel are chann ing. The rooms are --; \Ys^=- HI tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony ^; \\^s\ && which is a veritable ' look out ' commanding the most magnificent views of ** »J u -. ! IH& the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high . ^ ^' i ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^ j XX come down to the lev...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

?pip 1R i ; : [ j i I Byron Bay Record. I SPEEDY, j Up^TO^D^TE. !'Y'1/'ANTKD Headers of rhe 'Byron Buy Kecord.' to note the ? \ V .subscription per year, if paid in advance, is 10s. posted, or 12s. j Booked. Subscriptions may he commenced at any time. Give your ! support to the local paper. j 1AKIVALLEI) AS A.\ ADVEiK'E'EWJ.'SW .TlEDSIiill. 1 ? i

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Cow Beats World's Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

Cow Boats World1* K----k--I* i The United States official test of; the Holstein Friesiun cow, Sadie! Vale, Concordia, whoso seven-day record was announced some time! ago, when she produced --0lb. and; IU.IGoz. of butter in seven days, andi thus broke the world's record, has finished her 90-day test, and also broke the world's record for this! period (says the Xew York Times of February 28). : During the ?-() days Sadie Vale gave 275-1. lilb. of milk, from which1 were made 129 lb. iSjjOZ. of butter. As, the world's official record as hereto-, fore stood at 1 121b., it will be seen that she goes to the front with a good margin. This tost was made on the; Brothertown Stock Farm of Messrs.; M'Adam and Von Heyne. who own the cow. The test was made under, tin.1 supervision of Prof. C. C. Colo,, representative of the Cornell Agri cultural .Kxperiment Station, and re-; tested by Professors Stone and Bell,; of the same institution, at whoso head is Prof. II. II. Wing. j The cow was handled d...

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Cyclonic Storm at Cootamundra. COOTAMUNDRA, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

Cyclonic Storm nt Cootsnanmdra. COOTAMUNDRA, April 25. A cyclone swept across the town from west to east at 12 o'clock last night. It blew down chimneys at the City Bank, wrecked the balcony and outhouses of the Globe Hotel, unroofed the Post Office and Com mercial Bank and Thomson and Co.'s premises. The walls of the new build ing being erected for the ' Herald ' were felled, and the Commercial Hotel was much damaged. Nash's butcher's shop and all the furniture in the house were wrecked. The balcony and roof Falconer's Ter minus Hotel were damaged. The telegraph service was interrupted, and quite suddenly the gas supply gave, out, the mains having been broken by the rush of waters, and the terrors of the night were as a consequence enhanced tenfold by the darkness which enshrouded every thing. (The Government Astronomer reports — '' A meteoric electrical sphere traversed the; streets of Cootamundra from N.W. to S E. at midnight on Friday, and in a fo\v| seconds did a threat deal of...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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BYRON BAY DROUGHT RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

BYRON BAY DROUGHT RELIKF FUND. The following donations have been received : i £ s. «l. Previous Amount S 12 (J J. E. Glasgow 1 (10 As per Advt., the usual meeting of the Progress Association will be held in the School of Arts next Thursday evening. At Bellingen last week the Minis ter for Works promised a deputation to provide £2000 for metalling a road to Dorrigo, whore, he admitted, development was retarded by the difficulty of access. He also in spected the court-house, and admit ted that a new structure was re quired. He said that he would have further improvements effected at the public wharf there. He considers that the North Coass railway would

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. S Y D X E Y M A R K E T S . Butter, 1/ per 11). Bacon, S.\d- to \k\ per H-. BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, 11-jgd. to 1/- per 11 -. Bacon lOd per II). M E L B O U R X E M A R K E TS . Butter, 1H to Is. per 11). Bacon, Sd.'to 9d p-jr 1!-.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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TYAGARAH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

tym;\smii xori'S. fi:o.m on; own cui:kksi'oni-knt. Prospects and weallier was never mure i ncourauing than at the pre sent time, in fact, they leave nothing t.i be desired. A Branch of the Farmer's and' Dairyman's Union was formed here last week and in conjunction with Hi her initiatorv business the elec tion of officers took place: — Presi- dent, Mr. F. Turner : Vice-Presidents Messrs. C. X. Cannon mid \i. Xoble : Secretary, H. Powell ; Treasurer, W. Flick. A copy of Rules and By-laws was kindly lent by the Mullumbim by Union, which were road and adopted with slight alterations by the Tyagarah Unioi..' The Union has .started with a strong member ship of twenty-five, ami Tyagarah being nothing if not progessive the number is bound to increase as time goes on. The name of the new as sociation is '? The Tyagarah Farmers and Dairyman's Progressive Union.' There is a movement on foot to build a School of Arts Hall, which would be greatly appreciated by our residents.

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Britain's Little Wars. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

Britain's Little Wars. Last week a. great disaster occur red to the British forces operating against the Mullah in Somalilancl. Ten officers and 200 men have been killed. London, April 23. Later details of the disaster in Somalilancl show that the British force fought until their ammunition became exhausted. A square was then formed, and bayonets fixed to meet the onslaught of the enemy. The square was broken and over whelmed, and only thirty-seven Yaos escaped, Two Maxim guns with the expedition were captured and carried oft' by the Mullah's force Later. It appears that on the morning of the 17ch instant. Colonel Cobbe, be lieving that a small reconnoitering force which had been sent out under Captain Olivey was in difficulties, sent Major Plunkett with 100 men of thfc second battalion African Riiles, forty-eight Sikhs, and two; Ma-in guns, t.) extricate Olivey VJ force. Joining Captain Olivey,! Major Plunkett advanced with his! forces into open country seven miles' west of Giunbur...

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