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

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work of all kinds, Rubber Stamps. 1 GIVE US A TRIAL.

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 — 23 May 1903

Card*, Programme*, Circulars, . . - Letter Heading*, Note Headings, BILLHEADS.

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 — 23 May 1903

GtFeat JVforihcFii ^Cotel, | BYRON B A Y-. JMea Side Resort. j_ | g ^cIe^'§hERh Hotel- ?&* by^ SI ! (^~~s-^\ d\ && '^ — — -J— = ? == — — mi^= '~ -^^=^ z^~^___ ^''^'T' -^.^ i I ^ — ^/Ji *?.'?# ^ -** v. r ~\ i cS/7 *e* CT^HK OKKAT NOin^IKKX HOTRL, hiisHlway.s1)(H--n ii(.t(-(hjsa iMo.st J-. \\^_^/ I /J\ ^ yy convoniiMitly situated, and avcI! inaiui^cd hostnlry. Ivvery iittention ?o; \wv^_ i Iy^ (f ( %% ^-^ luis been givwi to good ai-clutecruiv, vcutiiution, light and comfort. ^ VVx^ 1 C ^ »^' t The general amingoments of the hotel are charming. The rooms are *- \ \^N\ i ^ tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony p£ cJ ^ ) ^| ^ which is a veritable ' look o!!t'\coimiianding tlie most niagnificent views of ^ ' '? ^ the- Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high #$ ) ^ altitude, where all is cool and. pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^? ?; i ? -:^ coma down to the level of every -day things. Without doubt th...

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 — 23 May 1903

[?] i , i I i *' \ Byron Bay Record. SPEEDY, Up«TO®D7^TE. TT RANTED Readers of the 'Byron Bay Record,' to note the W subscription per year, if paid in advance, is l()s. posted, or 12s. i Booked. Subscriptions may be commenced at any time. Give your I support to the local paper. i t]\KIV.4LLED AS AX ADVKKTISIXO MEDIUM.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

f ~—~ ? _^— — — ————— — — — — — — — — — — ^— \ ' ? ' BYRON BAY, _ ? . i R. AUDSLEY.^ | I a4a Y /^ * T I There is always A. O A.J.JJJJ on at the IMPBHTAL STORP3. *y ' | Three requisites for success are always to be found then*. ? IT is quite IMPOSSIBLE in the limited space of an advertisement to quote the prices of the thousand and one articles sold, j to quote only a few leading and cut lines is MISLKADINCt suffice at therefore to say that every line quoted elsewhere is to be bought at the same price at the Imperial Store, Corner of -Johnson ami Sbirly Streets. ! — ra_™ ? _m ^ n ? i ? ^ ? ? t ? r1 UP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY | AND FANGY GOODS EMPORIUM '? Slr»]VEY PAPERS, _ i ' Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, | ? Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. ? i BK1SBAKK PAPERS, _ | 1 Couriei1, Daily Telegraph, Queenshinde)1, Week. j JTIELBOlTKftg; PAPKlB^i. , ! Leader and Saturday. i IandthE J5YRON BAY EEC X)EI). j BOOTS and Shoes, (rrocery, lronmon^i^ry D.-apery...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

BRIEF MENTION. President Roosevelt, in a speech at San Francisco, said that the Isth main Canal would make the Atlantic and the Pacific coastlines practically continuous. Pie advocated the ac quisition of more fighting ships. The German Emperors brotherin law, Prince Burnhard of SaxeMein ingen, has retired from the army. This step is attributed to the Prince's denunciation of the brutal tyranny of non-commissioned officers towards the men, who he recommended to report any maltreatment they re ceived. -? ??- — ?? . The Financial Ncivs is of the opin ion that Australian statesman in pandering to the labor agitators have created serious problems, and adds that, unless the problems are faced the prosperity of the Common wealth will vanish permanently. The London papers applaud Mr. Irvine's victory and the signal criumpn or a courageous ana com petent Government, backed up by vigorous common sense and patriotic citizenship, which should stop the wasteful and dishonest practice of stuffin...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY .MARKETS. Butter. I'M per lb. j Bacon. S.W per lb. ] 5 R I S H A NE M A R K E T 3 . Butter, I'M to ll-J.l. per lb. Bacon Sd to 9.1 per lb. j MELHOURXK MARKETS. j Butter, J2d to 12id. per lb. j Bacon, -Sd to Dd per lb. j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Cyclonette in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

A Cyeloncttc in Melbourne. Another one of those mysterious meteorological visitations that have puzzled Australians recently;, as to ?.heir cause and nature struck Mel bourne last week. The disturbance was confined to a very small area, just like its recent predecessor at Cootamundra. A few workmen on the wharves in the Flinders-street extension were astonished on Mon day night, about (- o'clock, to see a whirlwind gather up all the coal (lust lying around into one black column 80ft. high, and carry it out into the middle of tbo Yarra. Sud denly the river, water sbo; up into a column like a waterspout, and in an instant a vast volume* of water jwas precipitated against the Victoria, jfreezing works on the river bank. The building w.is scalped, sheets of iron from the roof falling in all directions. An iron chimney stack, ?SOft. high and ;Uft. in diamete:-, was seen to rise up and remain for a second suspended in the air. With a crash it t-ll into the yard in a score of pieces. The b...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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School of Arts Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

?School of eArfs Meeting. The meeting convened by the Trustees of the School of Arts, was held in that institution last Monday evening, about fourteen paid-up members attended, and some' who were in arrears. J. E. Glasgow Esq occupied the chair, while W. Bailey is Hon. Sec, to the institution. Mr. Glasgow on rising referred to the object of the meeting which was to test the feeling of members in regard to selling or leasing the adjoining piece of land, and he left it entirely in their hands to deal with the nv.ttt p.r. Mi*. G. M'Clean wanted to know why the land should be sold or leased, was the School of Arts in debt. Mr. McLean requested the Chair man to read the advertisement con vening the meeting. The Chairman demurred and considered the same an unnecessary proceeding, but, after some argument, conceded, and read the advertisement as requested. Mr. McLean said he considered the meeting unauthorised as he, as one trustee, had not authorised it, und Mr. Everitt had informed him t...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

William Ah Kett, a colonial born Chinese, was admitted to practice as ?i barrister and solicitor in Mel bourne last week. This is the first Mongolian who has climbed to the dignity of wig and gown in Australia. The man Rosseau, who made the inferanal machine intended for the destruction of the liner Unibric, is believed to be identical with Ros sow. a prominent Chicago anarchist in IMS. Rosseau left a paper re ferring to the destruction of the White' Star Line steamer Maronic, ?which was mysteriouly lost lost in ilSSO. j Until further funds are available Ithe Minister for Works intends to ?.stop operations at a number of har ibour works along the coast. i

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

COKIIiUIENTARfES. MUCH intt-r-.'st has lately been man i Tested in the disposal of the vacant piece of ground adjoining the Schoo; iif Arts, and owned by that institu tion. At the meeting held on Mon day evening, and reported in auoihei column, tin1 majority agreed to least' the land under certain conditions and this we consider the wiser plan, as to sell the land vrould be a foolish action, for it ;s --n!y reasonable ii suppo.se that a growing seaport likt Byi'on Bay w ill, in a very few years require a much hi-ire- building fo; a School of Arts th.i.i at present i. in existence. Were ti.e land .sold how could a large and ornamental edifice be erected ? The money raised by leasing may certainly be used by the Trustees (with the Min ister's consent) for the bent fit of the institution, clause 11 reads : .11.(1) The proceeds of any sale, lease, or mortgage under tins Act shall be held by 'the Trustees, after payment of costs, expenses, and encum brances, for the general purposes of ;...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. May 21st 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. May 21st 1903. Cavanba s.s f-7;J tons, Captain J. H. Hunter from Sydney. Passengers MyS'.:ai'nes. Moses, Stewart. MortiuitT, Magridge. Whittiny'iam tin1! dihVrou, Edmonds. Kelly. Misses Price, Bray ± Messrs ti. Corn ivulJ. .loliijson. Yf'ahn-Oey, S;niib. Mortimer, R-jv. Siran ;?;. K/lly, ILnn Sing. Keilwyne, Makers Mugri i^e _'. An 1 1 in tne Sieerage. FBEIGHi1. 1;7) Tons General Merchandise, sin-.l U hea.lof cattle and usual sundries. REPORT, Left Sylnii.v at )!).]-'- p.:i!. o:i the HUh Callea at t!ie usual lJoi\- au-l a; rive'! in liyron Bay at ii j).in.. on the 21 th. Ex|n_r.eni:ed Norriicrly winds, wit! Mile weatiier. sea smooth. ' Bgvmt Bay Bmirir* MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UHOnlDED BY GAIN ; HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER OUORIO'JS PRECEPTS DDAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SAT Til DAY. MAY -?.\. YM\.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

¥fun.~/|_ The Man For The Job. —Willie, had swallowed a penny, and his mother was in a state of much alarm. 'Helen,' she called to her sister in the next room, ; sen a fora doctor. Willie has swallowed a penny.' The terrified boy looked up im ploringly. 'No, mamma,' he interposed; 1 send for the minister.' ' The Minister !' exclaimed the mother. 'Yes ; because papa says our min ister can got money out of anybody.' ' Here's a book that tells about the best method of getting accepted.' What is it — a bank book ?' 1 Yes I have a pretty big mouth,' admitted the candid man, ' but I have learned to keep it shut, and that counts for something when you take your levels. I received a lesson when I was a small boy that I have never forgotten. I was born and : brought up on a farm, and I had the icounti'3' hoy habit of going abroad J wi tli my mouth wide open, especi ally if there was anything unusual jgoing on. One day an Uncle, whom il had not seen for years paid me a j visit. j ' Hullo, Uuc...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BYRON BAY JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

I'.YKON BAY JOCKKY CLUB. Following is the declaration of] wei-htsfor the Town Plate, and the! I5v;'on Bay Jockey Club Handicap's :| Town Plate. st. lb. ('mm-adi* 5J ~ rmlla !) ?'- (leebunu 's 12 Choir Girl * 'j1 Mr. Dan ton -s ?' Hindoo » '?» P,ashan ' u Aleck I 0 Coimnodoi'L' II ^ ' SpringwattM' U 1() Kosetta (1 1() Dick Dantou 0 fJ Bvron Bay .Jockey Clul) Hiindicap.j Comrade ?' G Ural la '?' ^ Choir Girl s lS Commotion ^ ^ Master Danton * «S Hindoo s l» Aleck '; 12 Coiisin'1-n '; -° Si-ringwatcr ?» 8 Arnold (.; « ltoseitu (; Jj Dick Danton -» 7 Messrs. R- W. Thompson Jun., And Co., Auctioneers of Mullutu biniby, desire to imform those who wish to purchase or lease farms that ohey have a number of first-class properties on hand. A list of same forwarded on application.* The friends of Mrs. Kirk will re gret to hear feat ill-health has com pelled her to dispose of the Pier Hotel, which she has managed so ably during the past few years. Mr. J. Parish has imported another tine lot of ...

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 — 23 May 1903

}i. Everitt, Baker (JWfecHoner, and @eneKal ^Storekeeper, i — BYRON BAY. — i j i A 4J!ioi-*«- ami Up-to-Dat*1 Stock always -ui view. M ? DRAPERY, MT GROCERY, ^fom. BOOTS & SHOES, ^%_ CLOTHING, mm ^ hosiery, 1 IRONMONGERY, ^^ etc., etc. .^lilliuciy mid Diess?»iakiiiy; Done at shortest notice Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. ... Executes all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanfts of all Descriptions.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 23 May 1903

LOGA^AI^CBIERAL The whole of. Mr. \Y. Morrow's household furniture and effects have been piaeed in the hands of Owen B. 'NY arehiim Auctionee/, for sale, as Mr. jMorrow is leaving for Sydney. me sale takes place on lnursnay next, at Mr. Morrow's residence in Kingsley Street. This is an oppoi tunity which houseljohlei'S who svisii to replenish shoiuu not miss. Mvei'y item of a seven-roOJneLl resi dence must be disposed of to the highest bidder. Mr. .1 ). Qtiain has beoo.ne the pro prietor of the i'ler Hotel, Mr. Quain is not a strar.ge;1 to the district as ;)o' is w^ii-k(io\v;i on me Hivers. he nas resided for a number of years ?tt Coraki, where, for six years he lille-.l the position of alderman, with advantage to the town. Mr. Quain will be an acquisition to Byron Bay is he takes great interest in all pro gressive matters and spurt. Give Messrs. King and Marr a call choir Grocery and Ironmongery De partment is filled with the best qual ity of Goods ; the hardest to please jfiiarant...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Useful Hints. COOKERY. ORANGES AND LEMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 30 May 1903

Useful pints' ? «? ? COOKERY. Oranges and Lemons. Now that oranges and lemons are ripening it will not be amiss to col lect, a few recipes for their use. There is nothing to compare with lemons, or so conducive to good health, and it is said that the juic of an orange mixed with a little warm water and sugar is equal to a glass of wine. Undermentioned will be found a few lecipes. Orange Roly-poly.— Make a good suet paste, and roll out about 1 inch thick ; over this lay thin slices ol sweet orange, with the peel and pip* remove.! ; roll the pudding caiefully. and steam in a cloth for 2 hours : serve hot with a sance made as fol lows : 2 tablesj.oonfuls of flour, 8 of sugar, and a heaping one of good butter; mix these together until quite smooth, then pour boiling water over the mixture, stirring ab the time ; flav -ur with ?£ a teaspoon f ill of lemon-juice, and some grated orange-peel. Orange Marmalade. — To each or ange allow | of a j#i it of water, and f lb of sugar : slice the or...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Mistake. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 30 May 1903

R Mistake. ? * O * ? (Continual.) ^'^PIANK you so much for that -&& . song, Captain Dal ton ; it is a VCV special favourite of mine. I will show my gratitude in a way you will appreciate, by granting you the introduction you coveted. Miss Weber, may I introduce Captain Dalton to you, or perhaps' — -with a smile — u it would be more correct to say re-introduce, as Captain Dalton thinks he has had the pleasure of. meeting you before ? Where was 11 yon samy — with an inquiring glance at Dalton. Dalton was perfectly conscious that he had not mentioned any place, and that this was a ruse of Mrs! Stapleton's to extract information. He realised however that any hesit ation on his part would enhance her curiosity ; so he answered carelessly — 'I fancied I had had that plea sure at Plymouth.' As Mrs. Stapleton spoke Miss ' Weber bowed gravely : but a\. Captain Dalton's words she shrank back as if she had received) a blow, and the lovely colour in her cheeks faded and her face...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Royal Heart. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 30 May 1903

qA I|o^al ^art. ? «« ? Ragged, uncomely, and old and gray, A woman walked in a Northern town, And through the crowd as she wound her way, One saw her loiter and then stoop down, Putting something away in her old torn gown. ' You are hiding a jewel ! ' the watcher said — (Ah ! that was her heart-had the truth been said !) Then the dim eyes filled witli a sudden pain, And under the flickering light of the gas, She showed him her gleaning. *' It's bro ken glass,' She said ; ' I liae lifted it up frae the sti'eet To be oot o! the road o' the buiriiius fuel !' Under the fluttering rags astir That was a royal heart that beat ! Would that the world had more like her Smoothing the road for it's bairnies' feet!' Will H, Ogilvie.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Poetry and Fiction. A Weaving Song. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 30 May 1903

\ -J##ttf ana 'j/iefom. [?] — .a* — The -weaver weaves with many a colour, And some are dark, and some are grey ; But while the seamy side grows duller, The pattern brightens day by day. We learn, as we perceive him taking The different threads diversely dyed, Designs the darkest in the making Are brightest on the other side. The web of life with threads is furnished. Which trace a picture in the loom ; And some like gold are brightly burnished. And some are deeply tinged with gloom, Through chance and changa we pass be lieving That, whatsoever ills betide, Tho pattern darkest in the weaving Is brightest on the other side. Ellen Thorneycrot't Fowler.

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