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COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 16 May 1903

COMMENTARIES. THE Victorian Railway strike is the| theme of the day, and measureless pity Hus in i\\^ fact that the strike! is nut tho outcome of some veal; grievance. Were it a question ofj wages, or a demand for shorter hours,! or more consideration in some shape! or form, the public sympathy would! be more pronounced in the luenV; favour. The. head and front of this! crounie can no louim in mo persons of two determined, strong men — T. Bent, Minister for Railways, and' M. D. Scorer, secretary of the Drivers.! and Firemen's Association, they are] playing, as it were, a game of chess, j and men are the pawns. The Min-j ister for Railways is described as ;i; man of brusque, rough demeanour, and whose repremands to men whoi have caused him displeasure leave ;ij lasting sting and brooding irritation.! A man who plumes himself upoiij i blunt, rude, manners is a boor, and as such deserves a lesson. On the other hand the leader of the men, . Scorer, is a man whose tend is to-; ward socia...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presbyterian Church of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 16 May 1903

PresbylcE'ism C'SauaiMitj of Aacstnaliss. Sunday, May, 17th. r.H)3. j Byron Bay (Masonic Hall), ] 1. a.m,- Springvale ^.8i) p.m. - Hangalow 7.o'0. p.m. I REV. CHAS. H. HAINS. j HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UMBRIBED BY CAIN J HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATUEDAY. MAY Hi, VM\.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 16 May 1903

Baker ^onfecttoper, and ©enefal §{o'reRe^er, — BYRON BAY. — A Choice and Up-t»-Date Stack always on vi«.v. -,— r^^.L .j ? ?__! | | W | I I 1111 J* DRAPERY, ff GROCERY, 1\& BOOTS & SHOES, ^Lr^ ' CLOTHING, mm + hosiery, T IRONMONGERY, ^L etc., etc. HilliEKiy and DrcssMiakinj? Done at slioitosl iioliio. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND CALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. Executes all or.lers in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. tpanRs of all Descriptions.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 16 May 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL It has been suggested in S:'vcr:vl :|iiartei'S in town that the best day I for our weekly half holiday would j -e Wednesday. At present it is held on Thursday, the day the s.s. i Cavanbali is timed to ari'ive, and , generally a luisy day. The business people should nieer and talk ihi ?natter ovei1. a good idea would be to '?? hring the subjoct up at tlie next neeting of t hv' Progress Association !ior discussion. | ( A Meinoj-ial Card was found dwv !ng the past week', near the (Joods iheu, the same can be bad on appli cation, at Jackson's ofh'ce, Jc!ii.;-toii [Ssroet. j Mounted Constable Cross has been ?^lationed at Hyron Hay. This ap- j pointmeiit fills a long-lelt w.i.nt. as ; |:he disti'ict is large and the worl: 'ieavy on Constable Helton, Constable He'son was om- of 1 1 i - ? ! -'scovt appointed to attend the State '? '?iovernor. during his trip through \ :h' 1. weed district. Mr. Everiff can, we believe, show ;he prize pumpkin of the district, for iizo out at...

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R. C. Church Serial. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 16 May 1903

B- (£♦ (Cijurd} SmiaL Eventuated on Thu-sday ''Veuinir.; it was a inos: enjoyab'e juid si.c.'c.ss-: ful social, from bet-ween ;')() ro G.) coir.de iieitiii present. The hall had been most artistically decorated with' Hags ( kindly lent by ('.'apt. Hunter -. and masses of greon.'i-y. This work; was ea-ried out principally by' \T. ..:*:-?- K'lOMli'ilv kill'1' :i!l(l 1 1 IS.' Mr. K'n:n'ly acted as M.C.. \vi;h his; ae. ?.is:o:ne.l Lieiiiaiity. and in coujun e-io:i wiih Mess \s. II hums mi (niano). Mid Hoi'U'ev (violin), r.-nde-vd th-- niuslc of tin- e\-e:iiug. Mr. K';'!Uedy ?a:'*!1 in thy evening expressed his ::. a'iii''iiion at 'he success of the L.r.i:heriiiLr hv wiiieh the Ciiiii-eh Building Fund would bu largely I, . ? i - » - : i * ???!. and Wii.'inly thanked visii'-rs fo:-;!ie'.r arti'iidance. Whist and cie,!V('rs.'.::on v.viv enjoyed by thus' who did i::-' -i v r 1 1 ? ?? - . Father (\-sev. of B:i:sgalow. was preseni for a sh'!' nine. AuiKiiLr the ladies prt'S'nt we no ticed: Mi...

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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

Useful {tints ? FASHIONS. AH the newest blouses 'meet — I can hardly term it fasten — in front (says ' Housewife ') and are collar less, being cut down some inches from the neck. Here then is an ?opportunity for clever tinkers to. as sert themselves by the manufactur ing of dainty stocks which will be so necessary. The ends of the stocks for this particular style of blYmse must be mad? long enough to reach quite to the waist for the bodice fastens at the top and bottom, the front being allowed to 'gape '* as it we:;e all the way down, when the .?end of the stock is plainly visible, for wearing with blouses at this des cription an under bodice weli cut, ?and fitting to the figure will be nec cessary, for th- sake of warmth. XTidess heavy materials such, as vel veteen be us'.'d for the blouse it is just as well to add sleeves to the bodice. Upon this may be arranged the stock a:id etuis, after which the Mouse proper is slipped on. and all is satisfactory. I may mention he/e that the b...

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SHE REMAINS YOUTHFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

S23E REiTIAIiVS YOUTaSFL'L. How to keep young is a problem of which many moiv ?-;? h-ss valu able solutions have been offered. The following hints con fid* d to an inquirer by a tauious priinii donna boar tht.' stamp of ? ruth, for r he lady herself, by following her own rules, retains, although long past middle age, all the charm and elasticity of her youthful year.--. She is full of vigour and vitality, although — and here is another marvel — her health ;is a child was sickly and delicate. Health, says this fair authority, is the natural state : sickness in most cases is the punishment for some sin against health. Every time we are ill we are squander my s'Hiie of our life fo ca ; therefore w-- should avoid illness by living regularly, simply, and frugally. Only very foolish peo ple will shrink from such a system of living. Take eight hours' sleep, venniaH It-he rooms yon live and sieej- in. ithe rule of simp'.icit ; should apply inot. only to food. Int also t-- rh' social and wor...

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A Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

fl Mistake. C% BRILLIANT autumn sunset : /jaj? a quiet road ; two figures by rr\\ a rustic stile. Such would ^ I ^ have been the scene to the ordinary passer-by, but to the two standing there it was infinitely more. They were rather a remarkable cou ple — both tall and distinguished looking, noticeable not only for the physical gifts which nature had la vished upon them, but for the expres sion of steadfastness which char acterised their faces. They might have stood to an artist for an ideal hero and heroine, as they lingered there in the fading daylight — he in the prime of his thirty summers, tall and dark : she some six years younger wit!) a beautiful expressive face, and a wealth of hair of that ruddy gold which is so seldom seen except upon the heads of the famous beauties of far-off 'Venice. The glowing sunset cast parting gleams of crimson upon the quiet village of Camroes, and brought out rividly the tints of the neighbouring woods. The calm that comes with the twilight alre...

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Mute Moments. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

Mute Moments. ? u ? When purest joys or deepest .sorrows Fill us to the brirn with feeling, When in the souls most secret chambers Supremest seems the heart's appealing — Then, cruellest stress of our estate, We lean there inarticulate. Wordless are all our highest senses, Mute our moments most fraught with meaning ; The glow which to the full intenses Our times and moods — some wondrous screening . Keeps, while we dwell above the sod, A secret between us and G-od. Ah ! only when, in Heaven only, The spirit from the. flesh is free, Then, surely then, the pent-up music Will hymn its final ecstasy ; — And many a mute one all lifelong Will burst divinely into song.

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Poetry and Fiction. The Exile. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

i z_si?efyu ? ana 'jy^tefaM: y\iQ ex\k. . — o — I see as in ;i dream the forms that move About thee on this birthday morning, love: My very heart aches with despair at sight Of\some few there who hold thee passing light ; Their kisses on thy hand fall cold and aumb As dead flow'rs on a tomb. Oh, irony of Fate, oh, Destiny, That these should careless homage bring, while I, 'Who love thee so that none could love thee more Must yearning .stand upon a distant shore, And gaze through tears across the ocean fixed Me and thyself betwixt!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

Quaiu's Pier j^otel BYEON BAY. Excellent Accommodation. Best Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. ,j Sample and Billiard Rooms. Experienced and Careful Oroom. Ifotel Waggonette meets all Arrivals by Sea and Train. i ————— i P \ S this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms AS A SUMMER RESORT. 1 D. QUAIN, PEOPEIETOE. i i I J^iwg and JVCarr, LATE J. G. LOCKE & CO., GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYRON BAY. NEW SHIPMENTS ARRIVING KVKRY liOAT. NEW SHIPMENTS ARKIVINC4 EVERY BOAT. WE J5CY FOR CASH SO THE PEOPLE GET THE BENEFIT. Autumn and Winter DRAPERY & Clothing, WHEREAT'S BOOTS. ROCERIES and Ironmongery at lowest Lismore Prices. Call and Inspect our Stock and Prices, before *~ ~ \X sending vour Monev out oi' the district. SPECIALITY. All orders will receive prompt attention.

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SCHOOL OF ARTS CONCERT, FEDERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

SCHOOL OF ARTS'CONCERT, FEDERAL. A correspondent very kindly sup plied us with particulars of the con cert in aid of the liquidation of the School of Arts debt, which proved to be a most successful entertain ment, both from a financial and musical point of view. The pro gramme compiled by Mr. Murray, Hon. Sec, was lengthy, and shows no lack of talent Federal way. The general management of the function was in Mr. Murray's hands, but he was most ably assisted by the Com mittee, who decorated the hall, erected a refreshment booth, and took an active interest in the sale of tickets, etc. The performers, who generously came in from all round Federal, were regaled with tea on arrival, and with snpper before de parture, Misses Chittick and Risley are to be congratulated on the excel lent manner in which thejr attended to the refreshment part of the affair. The Concert itself gave unqualified satisfaction, the encores being fre quent and pronounced. The gems of the evening being, undoubtedl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. T' AND and General Commission Agent JLJ Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). i R. W. Thompson, JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. MULLUITIBIMBV. A UCTIONS held and Properties for JTJl. Private Sale in all parts of the Big 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. j LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream I at the new Factory, Lismore. noin niencing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER. 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, Sec) Government Assessor, I?I II R W I I. I. If Iff 15 A li . Sworn Valuator mulct* Stca! Properly AcJ. Agent for New Zealand insurance Co., GET your Visiting Cavils printed' at the 'Byrox Bay Record,' (Mice. | ? i...

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COASTAL FARMERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

COASTAL FARMERS' SOCIETY.! i . We are in receipt of the report and j balance sheet of the Coastal Farmers' Co-operative Society for the half year ending 8 1st March last. In clusive ot £1/21 'Js. Gd., carried for ward from last half-year, the nett profit for the twelve months, after paying expenses and allowing for bad debts, is shown as £3 Liu' 18s. lid. It is proposed to write 10 per cent, off plant, and fittings, £42 : to pay G per cent, dividend upon paid-up capital, £253 ; 25 per cent, cash bonus to consignors of maize : to carry forward the balance £238, to the reserve fund. The attention of j shareholders is drawn to the fact that of the £7.819 capital subscribed only £427 has been expended, viz., for store plant and office fittings. The satisfactory growth of the busi ness is shown by the following fig ures: — First year, £71,855 ; second, £]u'7,774 ; third, £277,43'.).— R.R Times. The Annual Meeting of the Soci ety was held at Bangaiow on Friday, loth inst., to receive the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

NEW Fast, Express Bi-Wccltly | Service to Sydney. THE G. W. NIGOLL LINE (Oldest, Established Line running from this district.) THE NEW STEAMEES ' €A VAIVBA ' & ' DORRIGO.' The New. Po -vorfnl. Electric-lighted. High-class am! Up-to-date s.s. ' Cav aiiba,' (5 K) tons (carries British Board or Tra ie Eonipment a id Passenger Cer tificate.) The ?'Cavanba'' has a large promenade deck, social hall, smoking room, hot and cold .sea-vater bathr. is, liandsomelv furnished - saloons and two berth cabins. leaves Svdney kvkky ti'i:siiav. at 10.30 ]-.m.. w-'r Byron Bay i-illing atNewcasil'.: only, due at Byron Bay about noon on Th'iir-«d;iy. i^jave; again kvkhy sattim-av. at 7. p.m.. an- - is due in Sydney on Monday :i.t. 4 'a.m. The New s.s. 'DoiTigY-,' 400 tons, from Sydix.-y K!:ii»ay kvi mnc. and leaves B'tmii B iv i or Sv !nev T''i:si-\Y. (5 |) in. S.S. ' WoIIii ?»rbin,'--Twee«l Rivei and Sydney u!-ont tvory eight days. Fa RR.-.— Saloon : Return £2 K-s. Fort-Cabin I (is. each way. | ...

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RYRON BAY FOOTBALL RANGERS' [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

RYROX BAY FOOTBALL HANGERS' The meeting of those interested in the formation of a local Football Team, held in the Great Northern Hotel last week, was most successful, all our young men of sporting pro clivities rolling up ; principally amonir those present we noticed Messrs. G. Nelson, J. Rose, G. Cu pitt, A. Barton, W. E. Balzer, P. Phillips, H. Costigan, A Maher, D. Tar rant. B. Baker, A. McLeod. After Mr. McLean had been voted to the chair the following resolutions were moved : Proposed by W. Balzer that a Football Club be formed in Byron Bay. Seconded by J. Rose, and car ried unanimously. Proposed by J. Rose that the name of the club be the 'Byron Bay Ranger's.' Seconded by H. Costi gan. Carried. Mr. W. B-dzer moved that Mr. Harrison be Secretary of the pro posed club. Seconded by A. Barton. Carried. Proposed by A. T. E. Harrison that 2/6 be the individual subscription fee. Seconded by W. Balzer, and carr'e I. Twenty-two members were enroll ed, and much good-humoured en thusias...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

???— ^ ^ wmmmmm — ? n MiiiiiiiiiiiiMgM public Meeting. A PUBLIC MEETING in con nection with the I.O.G-T. will be held in the School of Arts. Byron Bay, on WEDNESDAY NEXT 27th May to commence at 8 p.m. sharp. Addresses from Bro. J. I. Smith and R. R. Jack, from Glencoe Lodge. Also good Programme. The public are cordially invited to attend. Admission free. W. BROADHEAD, , Secretary. . 6xf^nsion of Railway FROM (Jasino fo fpenterfield. A PUBLIC MEETING will be heid in McLean's Hall Byron Bay. On WEDNESDAY, the 27th day of May, when very important, Business in connection with the above will be submitted for discus sion. Chair to be taken at cS p.m., DAVID JARMAN, Hon. Sec. B.B.R. League. %ron Bay ^jocl^y (Hub. ANNUAL MEETING WEDNESDAYS JUNE 1903. PROGRAMME. First Race to start at YJ. noon. TOWN PLATE, 20 Sovs ; (i Furlongs. Second Horse 10 percent, of Prize. Nomination 15/-.; acceptance 12/ Second Race to start at, 12-40 p.m. HACK HANDICAP, ?- Soys : 6 Furlongs. Second Horse 10 per cent...

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DAIRY & FARM. FEEDING CALVES. LINSEED VERSUS ANIMAL FAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

[?] FEEDING CALVES. (By T. K. Dow.) Linseed versus Animal Fat. A few years ago I carried out some experiment with the view of ascertaining the results of feeding calves with separated milk, which had been enriched by the addition of matters to compensate for the fat removed in the separating process. Considerable delay occurred in searching for a supply of that suit able for the purpose, and afterwards difficulties arose in onnecti m with getting the fat to mix properly with the milk. Finally, however, a satis factory commencement was made on the loth July, ami the results be ing fairly accurate, may be taken as throwing a light upon the subject under investigation. i Animal Fat. j i Two calves were fed with a mix-j ture of separated milk and fat and two others for comparison with sep-: arated milk and linseed jelly.; A supply --f margarine was obtained! as being the most suitable for the! purpose, and as an ' empulsor ' or! mixing apparatus was found to be; too expensive Tor genera...

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

Church of Esiginflid. Parish Of Byron Bay. Sunday, May 24th, li)0;-. Ban gal ow 11 p.m. Newrybar 2.30 p.m. Byron Bay, l.'M) p.m. EDWIN J. DODD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — I ? -;-»ii-'r;il Blacksmith, ? I [Established 18'Jl.J I ? o ? I T/EHICLKS made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best I V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming I done on the Premises. I Sulkies :in-l Spring Carts built equal to Sydney. I Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. I Call -)!? si'iid for Prices before sending out of the District. I HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. I For Prices and Full Particulars. # I J. W. Bfl^EH, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie A: Son's. Horse Medicines. I

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