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

COMMENTARIES. They will be here on the 14th inst by special train at 6 p.m. sharp. Ye gods and little fishes ! What an in vasion ! The State Governor, his A.D.C., his secretary and a following of twenty-five — mark the number — satellites ot! gradually diminishing brilliancy ! And they are not com ing to Byron Bay for the purpose of Sfifiin.o1 f,ho T-n.v ni' tn sivi'n.ncro ulinnf. building the breakwater, for instance, but merely incidentally because, it is the port from which they will em bark to return to Sydney. Now, as the figure-head of this State, and as a gentleman, we have the deepest respect for Sir -Harry Rawson, but we are at war with a system, a cus tom which is the entertainment of Ministers of the Crown, on a lavish scale, and as though they were royal personages, whenever it plonses their august selves to start on their travels at the country's expense. We re peat we consider that members o1 Parliament should travel aa private citizens at their own expense — they're p...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

Church of England. Parish Of Byron Bay. Sunday, May 3rd, 1«K)3. Billinudgal 11 a.m. (H.C.) Myocum 2.30 p.m. Mullumbimby, 7.30 p.m. %rmt Bag Bmrrir. ? r ? MAINTAIN, * UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBR1BEO BY GAIN ; HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION* LOYALTY AND LAW* ? y ? SATURDAY.: MAY 2, 11)08.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cable News. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

(Jable {4gWs. Loxdox, Tuesday. A case of plague has appeared on board the mail steamer Orizaba, which left Sydney on March 11th. The patient, who is a native sailor, was landed at Suez, and the vessel was quarantined at Plymouth. The decorations in Rome in hon our of King Edward's visit will be magnificent. King Emanuel is con tributing £10,000 towards the cost of a great military display. An Indian native regiment has been ordered to Somali land to rein force the British expedition there. London, Wednesday. The Russian Minister at Pekin has informed the Japanese newspaper correspondent that Great Britain has no right to interfere with Manchuria . President Roosevelt has summoned the Cabinet to confer with him. The provincial press arraigns Russia in a similar manner to the New York papers. The trade commissioner in the Transvaal reports that after two years a great mining industrial de velopment will ensue, with a great accession trade. The English Church Association has cabled to ...

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

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — — — General Blacksmith,' ? .. [Established 1891.] ; i ? O...... TT^EHICLIES 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. BRflflEH, Proprietor. Agent for Ppttie &, Son's. Horse Medicines. K. EveFitt, Baker (-onfectioner, and (Senegal Storekeeper,. — BYRON BAY. — A Choice and IJp-to-Date Stock always on view. ~jj DRAPERY, mZ GROCERY, Mfc- BOOTS & SHOES, ?^V. CLOTHING, m ^ HOSIERY, - I IRONMONGERY, ^^ ? etc., etc. Jlilliiiery a^il Dressmaking Done at shortest notice. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. bAia ^Jta ill ijj W$&* PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byrofli Bay. ... Executes all orders in ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 2 May 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr. Clark's new store, in John son Street is rapidly approaching completion. In connection with our contem plated Cottage Hospital a strong com mittee of ladies' has been formed, with power to add to their number. At present the committee consists of Madam es M. McLean, A. E. Brown, W. Bailey, H. Everitfc, Moore, Jar man, and R. Campbell (Bangalow). Doubtless other ladies will take an interest though, not a prominent one, in the establishment of this in stitution, as time goes on. Our Cottage Hospital Fund has now reached the sum of £130, and we believe there will be a great deal of canvassing on behalf of hospitals through the district. It would be well if the people of this district would decide as to which hospital they intend to regard as most par ticularly their own, and give to that one to the full extent of their capa city. ' Unity is strength,' and by uniting a people can achieve great things. In looking at the question, from all points of view, we cannot ...

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

AFUN.j^. An attractive piece of jewellery — The postman's ring. ' Ma,' said little Johnny Snooper, ' why do they always put in a scythe when they make a picture of Time ?' — ' To represent the shortness of life, Johnny. Time cuts people down, you know.' — ' But when Time shall be no mower he'll drop his scythe, won't he?' — 'It's time for yon to go tp bed, Johnny.' The following anecdote shows how a young gentleman made money by publishing a book of poems. The pub lisher wrote immediately after the book was published : 'Dear Sir, — Your whole edition has gone off, leaving a balance of twenty pounds in your favour. Cheque enclosed. P.S. — There was a lire in the warehouse, and the contents were insured.' Sympathizing Friend : ' I am always sorry when I hear of there be ing any discord in a family. What caused the quarrel between you and your husband ?' — Wife (gloomily) : ' A mere matter of a pinion.' — ' Ab surd ! I should think you would have in ore sense. A mere matter ? if opinio...

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Useful Hints [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

Useful .J+ints* ' Housemaid's Knee.' — Is an iin flammation of the tissues in front of the knee-joint, and in ordinary casjs does not affect the joint at all. It is caused by kneeling on hard floors, and therefore most commonly occurs in housemaids, whence its name. Prevention is better than cure, and if you. cannot always prevent the oc currence of housemaid's knee you can afc least reduce the chance of get ting it to a minimum. You do this by always using a pad to knee upon. Every housemaid should have a wicker-work pad or ' kneeler.' If she has not got one she should ask her mistress to obtain one for her ; and 'when she has got it she should use it and use it always. O£ the very many cases of ' housemaid's knee ' that we have seen, not one has occurred, in a maid who used her 'kneeler' invariably. When once the condition has developed, rest from kneeling is essential. Rest in bvMl, with the knee;, elevated on a pillow, and the application of a hot fomentation or poultice to the ...

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A Widow's Flight CHAPTER I. EN AVANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

R Widow's flight CHAPTER 1. EX AVANT. tT was an intensely hot day; the huge oaken door of Chantry House stood open ; the old hound I lay on the mat, lazily flapping his rail ; the air was lull or the perfume from the great bowl of honeysuckle standing on a table in the hall ; when down the highly-polished stair-ease came a tiny figure, 'with sweet girlish face, that looked in tensely pathetic beneath the crepe lisse folds of a widow's cap. The house was strangely silent -.no sounds were heard within or with out except the braying of a brass band in the village, half a mile away, and the footsteps of a slender, gentle manly man. He was coming lei surely to the door stopping occasion ly to cast admiring glances around him, hut quickening his movements when he caught sight of the lady, who, on her part, dropped the pile of odds ami ends with which she was laden, and after a moment's hesitation came towards him. 'I suppose I need not introduce myself she said, with dignity. ' I am Mrs. ...

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Drifted Apart. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

Drifted eAbaf-r. There was a time when you and I Adown life's stream went side by side, And then we thought, tho' years rolled by That nought our lives could e'er divide ! But came a day when love's sweet chain isy captious rate was snaptm twain, And side by side we were no more, Onr ways apart the current bore ! Drifted apart, heart from heart. On life s e'er-flowing river, Is it to be, for you and for me, A parting, love, for ever ? As leaves that float upon the stream Will part awhile to meet, again. So let our parting prove a dream, That strove to part, but strove in vain ! Once more together, side by side, Adown lifes river let us glide, The future be trom doubting ireo, For ever, love, ior you and mo ! Drifted apart, heart from heart. On lifes e'erflowing river ! Ne'er could it be, for you and niu, A parting, love, for ever.

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Poetry and Fiction. The Quest for Blue Roses. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

c/oefau ? a-na '.tricfam. fpfye^uest for Slue looses. Roses red and roses white Plucked and for my love's delight : She would none of all my posies — Bade me gather her blue roses. ? Half the world I wandered through Seeking where such flowers grew rlalt the world unto my quest Answered but with laugh and jest. Home I came at winter-tide, But niy silly love had died, Seeking with her latest breath Roses from the arms of death. It may he beyond the grave She shall find what she would have. Mine was but an idle jest, Roses red and white are best. Rudyard Kipling in ' World's News.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT TH£ DISTRICT. -LSii/t-uWi.ca c iieit/, -Jafulaa't/. r /ftaljujta. / / / t-. %. IDardjam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. T AND and ('Jen era 1 Commission Agent .1 J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). - H- W, Thompson, JUN.. & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. IW(JL,LU!TIBIilIISV. A UCTIONS held and Properties for -£__. 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. WORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LinriTEo. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factory, Lismoro. com mencing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER. 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R 0. EWINGT Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, IN II K W I L. L V JTI B A II . Sworn Valuator uiuloi- Real Properly A-;t. Agent for New Zealand Insurance ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

PI^OGI^ESS. TURNOVER for six months ending September, » ith 1002 £140,300. MHARKS taken up by farmers to date § 997. rpOTAL Number of Shareholders '| '|gg- 'XJETT profits for Half-year ending 30th Septern l\ ber.i'»--2. £1603 5s- 11 — THE — Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITED. £71-6 Sussex-Street, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

I NEW FnsM3xim»KS Bi- Weekly Service to Sydney. THE G. W. NICOLL LINE (Oldest Established Line running iron: tin's district.) THE NEW STEAMERS '-:.4VA\BA' A » DOKEtlftO.' Tiio Now. Powerful, Eloctric-liahtod. llmli-chiss iiiiif Up-to-date s.s. a €av «'S-s«,' Ij id tons (carries British Jinan 'I' Tra-'e Ivni|uin3Mt arid Passeti-'er Cer tifi'-atu.) The ?' Cavanha' has ' a large I'l-onieiia ie deck, social hall, sniokiuy room, hot and cold s«a- water haths. is! handsomely furnishe.il saloon-sand two -I berth cabins, leaves Svdnev ivey' itksday. at 1M.-50 p.m.. for livron Jiav j f-illni!,' at N-\vca*i!e only, due 'a! Bvrdi.; P.ay alio:it noiiti on Thursday. Leave: i aifnin !'.vi:i:v s\ ri-|M-.\v. at 7. pin.. am '?? \- due in Sy.-iu y on Monday ;if 4 a in. j ' The N-.-v,- s .-?. **!--» I'risjo,' -10) tons' from Svdney i-|;i:-.\v kvi-.nim;. a;id leave- 1 IiVcmii Bav for Sy-:in-y t'-k.-M'a v. (i p.m.j S.S. kk Wol!iii»Itiia,' Tweed Rivt-i i an-! Sydney al.oiit .??.-. tv ? i.u'lii days. F.\ ...

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Perpetual Heat. WONDERFUL DISCOVERY OF A FRENCH SCIENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

Perpetual Heat. WONDKUKCI. DISC'OVKHV OK A KKKNCII SCIENTIST. M. Curie. ;i distinguished scientist, has made a communication to the French Aca demy of Sciences, which would have been received with absolute incredulity (says the London 'Times'') had it been of rereu on le--s unimpeachable authority. He finds that a substance of comparatively recent discovery, to which the name of Radium has been given, possesses the ex traordinary property of continuously emit ting heat, without combustion. Half a pound of the Radium salt will evolve in one hour heat equal to that produced by the burning of one-third of: a cubic foot of hydrogen gas : and this evolution of heat goes on continuously for indefinite periods leaving the salt at the end of months of activity just as potent as at the beginning. Radium has the power of throwing off rays, vibrations, emanations, or whatever we may call them, which, when received upon a sensitive screen of zine sulphide, cause it to glow with a phosphorescent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

NOTICE. A MEETING will be held at the Great Northern Hotel next MONDAY at 8 p.m. For the pur pose of forming a Football Club in Byron Bay. All persons interested in the formation of the above Club are re quested to attend. W. E. BALZER. WANTED a Boy to learn the Printing, easy hours no night work. Apply Record Office.

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Earthquake at Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

Earthquake at Broken Hill. Lately earth tremors, more or less severe have been experienced in var ious portions of the State's, one was felt at Broken Hill on the evening of the 30th April. The movement occurred at 6.22 p.m., and travelled apparently from south to north, as it, was felt at Euriowie three minutes afterwards. In the homes it seemed as if heavy vehicles were passing along the road, followed by a rum bling noise and the rattling and fall ing of crockery. The shock pro bably lasted about 20 seconds. As far as is known no harm was done to dwellings or the mines. It was felt acutely in the Central mine be tween the 300 and 400 ft. levels, also in Block 10 and other mines.

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

Church of England. Parish Op Byron Bay. Sunday, May 10th, 1903. Brookelet 11 a.m. Bangnlow 2.30 p.m. Byron Bay, 7.30 p.m. Bgrmt Bag Bftcortr, MAINTAIN, UNAWEO BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY OAIN ; HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER OLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATURDAY. MAY -). Uh«.

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VOLCANIC DISASTER. LONDON, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

VOLCANIC DISASTER. London, April 30. A disaster, attributed to volcanic origin, has destroyed a colliery at Frank, South-west Canada, killing over 100 people, chiefly women and children, and entombing 20 miners. The vallev in which the workings ire located was violently shaken at laybreak. This was followed im inediatly by an eruption on Turtle Mountain, which overlook the town. Millions of tons of rocks were thrown up, covering the entrance to the mine, burying the buildings, and killing all who were outside the mine workings. Some reports state that the country was covered for 20 miles with lava and scoria). Crow's Nest River is blocked with lava, I A now crater upon Turtle Moun-i tain is ejecting lava. j Later. The disaster at Frank was due toj a rock slide carrying the top of Turtle Mountain down to a village below. The dust caused by the slide was mistaken for volcanic; smoke. j Of the 1.7 miners who were en tombed two were suffocated. Thej remainder escaped through the debris ...

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COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

COMMENTARIES. I OUR Hospital Fund has now reached 1 the nice sum of £100. This is good, I but the sum total must swell to I larger proportions ere anything ran I gible can be done. We would ask 1 our farmers, those more especially 1 among whom their Creamery distri buted the magnifies en t cheque of '. £21,092 only last month, to give \ the matter their earnest considera tion, as it is they and their families who will, in time of sickness, reap the advantages of this institution as1 well as the residents of the town. This is a healthy district., but we cannot, always expect immunity from disease. Every summer there is thej risk of typhoid fever, such as raged j at Coonamble, Forbes, and lately Tain worth, and other places where hos pitals have been over-crowded and! doctors, nurses, and extra beds havej been sent from Sydney to cope wirh'j the emergency. We ask you what; you would do placed in these cir-i cumstances. ' Go to Lismore'' say! some, and yet, a Lismore gentleman ? at our...

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The King's Visit to the Pope. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 9 May 1903

The King's Visit to the Pope. Cables of April the 30th thus describe King Edward's visit to Leo XIII. the visit being intirely of an informal and private character his Majesty started from the British Embassy in a close private carriage declining an escort of Cabineers : — A procession of Papal officers es corted the King to the Pope's apart ments, where Leo XIII. advanced, shook hands, and asked the King to enter his private, cabinet. Sitting in armchairs the King and Pope Leo XIII. conversed in French for half an hour. At the King's re quest the Pope promised to present photograph. King Edward returned direct to the.Quirinal. Enormous crowds in the streets acclaimed King Edward. j and numbers of Irish pilgrims cheer-j ed him enthusiastically. ! The King wore his uniform of Field-Marshal, with the Order of thej Garter. The Pope was dressed in a; white cassock, with a splendid dia mond necklet and cross and a velvet j mozzetta. During the interview the Pope referred to the late Quee...

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