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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 30 May 1903

Mullumbimby SaWmills. NOTICE. ? o ? Having disposed of our Saw Mill business to Messrs. J. Hollingworth & Mallett, all Outstanding Accounts must be settled before the 6th of June. 1003. GLASGOW & SON,

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

COMMENTARIES. THERE is always an element of martyrdom in reform movements.! and in the innermost recesses of the Victorian strike leaders' minds, there lurked some vision of reform, in vindicating their opinions they will suffer according. As far (with in the strict letter of the law), as the strong band of those in power can crush, they will be crushed. It, is onl}' in primeval communities tin individual mind can have full scope! for working out it's ideas — that is,] before a people have become .separ ated by class prejudices. J^etore the village has become a town, the town ?a city, a machinery of Government introduced and a strong Church, or Churches dominating. The State and Church create class and class lown to the lowest, then there is perforce, something of sheep-nature in human-nature ; we trail after each other so contentedly, though it lead; but to the siaugbter-yard, annihila tion, and oblivion. We rind every thing cut and dried for us. our very religion is, in most cases...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. May 26th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 30 May 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. May 26th 1903. Cavanba s.s573 £ons, Captain J. H. Hunter t'rom Sydney.' Passengers Mesuames. Roberts, Dunrioford and child, Wyness, Nicholas, Lay ton, Jeffries arid child, Gay, Parker, Hobson and child. Misses Dunn Solway (2), Murphy, Wardrop, Evans, Frazer,! Addison. iMessrs. (x. Skinner. Jay, Lyne', Naze, Cooke, Anderson, Cook. Solway, Harpley, Mast, James, and 14 in ;he steerage. FREIGHT. 200 Tons General Merchandise. REPORT, Left Sydney at 10.15 p.m. on the 26th Called at the usual Ports and arrived in Byron Bay at 3 30 p.m., on the 28th. Experienced Strong S. W. gale with heavy rain squalls and high sea to Smokey Cane. Thence moderate westerly sea going lown with tine weather. Bgrfln Bag Hetxrrir. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN | DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATURDAY, MAY a). 1903.

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

AFUN.i@ Cheek boldly enters where mod esty dare not pull the door-bell. Wife: 'Oh, doctor, Benjamin seems to be wandering in his mind,' Doctor (who knows Benjamin ) : 'Don't trouble, about that — he can't go far. Wanted His Leg. — The case of a man who feels cold or gout or rheu matism in an amputated leg has passed almost into a ' hoary chest nut.1' At the same time well authenticated cases are compara tively rare. Dr. Hill, in his newly published ' Introduction of Science,' quotes a story told by Dr. Hugh ungs Jackson to the Neurological Society in his presidential address : — Soon after he had commenced practice a patient, whose leg had oeen amputated, sent for him in great distress. I ' Doctor do you know what has 'become of my leg ?' i ' Yes, it is buried in Old St. Pau ?cras churchyard.' | ' Then, for heaven's sake, doctor, | have it dug up and scratch it just above the ankle. ! ? ! Nervous lady passenger (in the I train, after passing a temporary 'bridge j: '-Thank goodness, ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Public Meeting. Extension of Railway FROM Casino to Tenterfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 30 May 1903

Public Meeting. extension of Railway FROM (;asino to fpenferfield. The League meeting convened for hist Wednesday evening in McLean's Hall was well attended by the prinoipal residents of the town. It was proposed by M. McLean, and seconded by D. Jarman that Mr. Boyle take the chair. Carried. Mr. Boyle, on taking the chair said the present meeting was a step in the right direction, and he es the position of chairmen. He called upon Mr. Jarman to address the meeting. Mi*. Jarman in a very forcible and clear speech pointed out the benefits t.) be derived from a continuence of the line from Casino to Tenterfield. He s.iid that the resolutions which the League had had printed embody ing their desires, had been forwarded tj the Tenterfield Railway League ior approval, and they had been ap proved of by that body. He spoke ia scathing terms of the maladmin is.T.ition of the present Government, which was working mainly for its ow'ii ends, instead for the general g.iod of the country. He poin...

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

K. Everitt, i ( X Baker Confectioner, and Senegal Storekeeper, i ! j — BYRON BAY. — | i 1 i I I I A -:iioi-;-; and (Jp-to-Diitc Stork always on view. j M DEAPEEY, Mr GROCERY, Mfc*. BOOTS 8c SHOES, mk. CLOTHING, mm ^ HOSIERY, 1 IRONMONGERY, i^ etc., etc. .ifilliiK'ry :iu-I Dress Making Done at shortest notice. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... By ron Hay. ... Executes all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. ^anks of all Descriptions.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 30 May 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL The Archdeacon of Grafron will preach in the Church of England to morrow. A service will be held here fit 8 a.m. (Holy Communion), an. I at Bangalow at 11 a.m. We understand the lifeboat has been placed in charge of the Lessees' of the Jetty, and that two volunteer crows are being got together fo' practice. The crews will be formed of Creamery employees' and Mr. W. Ii. Clifford, who Uii* had experience .luties, of Skipper. We congratulate Mr. Clifford and the crew upon tlu-ir patriotic intrepidity, for one could hardly imagine anything more use less than a lifeboat without a crew. Owing to an on or in our first sopy. the Firm of Messrs. Marr ami King was advertised as 'King ami Man1.' We beg t«- notify our readers that Mr. Marr is senior partner in the Firm. Everybody is now on the ijni virc in regard to the J.C. Races which take place on Wi duesday next. A!- ? J ready there are a large number of ? horses in the town, ami speculation m is rife as to their respectiv...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FISCAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

FISCAL. I previously stated that the financial necessities of Australia were such that after Federation the Free trader must disappear from Federal politics. That is now conceded, although some still speak of Freetrade. Every intelligent man, among those whose theoretical views are in favour of Freetrade, has already stated that the Freetraders ?must cease to so designate themselves and accept the cognomen of Revenjuo Tariffists. The discussion is not now between the Freetrader and the Protectionist, as it was previously in this State, but be tween, the Revenue Tariffist and the Protectionist. My reasons for making the foregoing statement will, j)er haps, bear reiteration. It was granted by all authorities on the subject that somewhat over nine millions of money would be required for all purposes- in connection witth the ? Commonwealth Government. Of this nine millions, all agreed that somewhat over four millions should be obtained from nar cotics, stimulants, and excise, and that t...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A RETROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

A RETROSPECT. In viewing the present situation, a brief retrospect will not be out of place. I would, therefore, direct your attention to the reasons urged against Federation. You will be struck by the fact that none of these gloomy anticipations have been fulfilled) ; still, but a couple of years ago they were regarded as a serious indictment against Union. It is difficult now to believe that they could ever have been seriously urged on an intelligent community. Although they were the basis of appeals made by a portion of the most competent Press, and by -some of the ablest public men, the absurdity of most of the contentions has been proved in this very brief period. It was certainly obvious that there would be friction; it has been so in every alliance. Union is not *a panacea, for all ills. It claims to be no more than the wisest form of Government, and to do no more than to give a community the best opportunity of governing itself. To return to the details which furnished the b...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

GENERAL REVIEW. The work of the Federal Parliament has extended over a period of some eighteen months. It is doubtful, or, rather, it is fairly certain, that if some of the Federal Members had known what lav before them they would have thought verv seriously, indeed, before undertaking the great responsibility of representation. Still, those who advised the people to accept Union were in duty bound to do the heavy work which we knew was waiting their hands. Although anticipating much trouble, we did not clearlv apprehend how heavy the obligation would be. The diffi culty o-f assimilating six methods of government, varyirr' policies, different ideas of State development, combined with the trouble of obliterating the sovereign rights to which each of these States had been accustomed, furnished a task the magnitude of which only became apparent when face to face with its definite consideration. 'Not only wero there no Acis in existence, but the vcrv machinery upon which to base Acts an...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A REVIEW OF THE WORK OF THE FIRST FEDERAL SESSION T. T. EWING, M.H.R. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

A REVIEW . . OF THE . . WORK OF THE FIRST FEDERAL SESSION T. 'T. EWING, M.H.R. PERSONAL. The extent of the Federal Electorates and the length of time which has been occupied by the first Federal Session prevents that extended tour which would be to me both a pleasure and a duty. Though I should be glad to visit all centres, this is obvi ously impossible. Therefore, I have determined to speak to the people of Tenterfield and solicit the good services of, the Press, to allow all centres to have an oppor tunity t-f knowing my views. The papers in this Electorate are so generally read and conducted on such generous lines, that I feel satisfied the people will be informed by the Press in a way which it is impossible for any Representative I have decided to make a statement in Tenterfield, nartly because I have not that close and intimate knowledge of the people here which I have on the Northern Rivers ; my ordinary vocation and interests having brought me continually in touch with the co...

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 — 6 June 1903

R JVIistake. (Continued.) fINALLY, the two made their way into the church of S. Maria sopra Minerva. Tene brre had just commenced, and the building was well rilled. The service was an impressive one ; the semi-darkness of the church, lighted only by the fifteen dim tapers before the alter, the monotonous intoning of the priests, alternated by profound silence, as after each penitential psalm a holy father quietly extin guished a taper— all conspired to produce a feeling oil awe in the hearts of the spectators. Captain Da'lton however did not appreciate it. At first he occupied himself by watching the worshippers near him, some of whom, like him self, proved by their curious gl.-inces that they were there as sight-seers, although most of them seemed fully impressed with the solemnity of the service ; while some were evidently under the influence of strong emo tion, going over in memory step by step the history of that ' Great For saking ' eighteen hundred years be fore. A lady a litt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

Quaiu's pier J^oteL B Y B 0 N BA Y. Excellent A^cousuiodaiioii. B-isl Al-'s, WiiH's, an-l Spirits. 15-»sl of Tables. livery Att--.ntioi». ! Sauipk* ::nd Itilliat'd !£---- :ns. I0\p-'ii-'ii4---J and Careful Orooia. Hotel ^Va^gonctto tsi---Ms all Arrivals hy Sv.i and Train. ;j ' ? 1 1 VS this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms 'j AS A SUMMER RESORT. | I). QUAIN, PHOPKIETOE. ll 1 1 |i ? ! ' ^^_ ? rin.-TTn-rr-Trr-i.....ini.i ii.ii ? ? a-. ? ^M ? ,, ,_. ? M, LM , mi H ? iillMII ??»?! nil ? —I I nil , I i. ? ? m^ ') I \ JVCarp and J-ing, j LATE J. G. LOCKE & CO., ;] GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYRON BAY. '| ? ? _ ? ? NEW SHLI'MKNTS ARRIVING KVJ-KV HOAT. XKW SHIPMENTS ARRIVING EVERY BOAT. :i WE Ul'Y VOW CASH SO THE PEOPLE (JET THE BENEFIT. Autumn and Winter DRAPERY & Clothing, \i _ ? . — . — . — , |ji WHEREAT'S BOOTS. ^ ROCE1HES and Ironmongery at lnwi-st Eisnioiv Priew. Call ami Inspect our Stock ami ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Love-sight. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

Is-o\?esi_-f?t. When do I see thee most, beloved one ? When in the light the spirits of mine eyes Before thy face, their altar, solemnize The worship of that love through thee made known ! Or when in the dusk hours (we two alone), Close-kissed and eloquent of still replies Thy twilight-hidden glimmering visage lifis And my soul only sees thy soul its own ! 0 love my love I if I no more should see Thyself, nor on the earth the shadow of thee, Nor image of thine eyes in any spring, How then should sound upon Life's dark ening slope The ground-whirl of the perished leaves of Hope, The whirl of Death's imperishable wing

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

4$ gj¥i Cf() Oft) OH) i if %h slpmt mm mpxt CIRCULATING LARCELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. $-. B. UPawftam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. rAND and General Commission Ajjeni J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). % W. Thompson, JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. JW1I L LUiH B I HI B V. A UCTIONS.helrl and Properties for XA. Private Sale in all parts of the Bi-- herul) 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. I NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. L.IITI1VI2D. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factory, Lismore. roni mu'jynij,' WEDNESDAY. 3rd DECEM W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R. C. EWiSg-~ Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, MT I It W I L L V iW II A II . Nwosa Valuator uurior Hunt Properly Act. Au'ent for New Zealand Insurance Co., ('^ ET your Visi...

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Poetry and Ficition. Let Something Good be Said. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

4 ' _ _____ __, __^^^^ if. £- ^^ ; kef Sometl^inl @ood b( Said. _________ ^\*, . When over the fair fame of friend or foe The shadow of disgrace shall fall ; in stead Of words of blame, or proof of thus and so, Let something good be said. Forget not that no fellow-being yet May fall so low but love may lift his head : f Even the cheek of shame with tears is wet If something good be said. No generous heart may vainly turn aside In ways of sympathy ; no soul so dead But may awaken strong and glorified If something good be said. And so I charge ye by the thorny crown And by the cross on which the Saviour bled, And by your own soul's hope of fair re nbwn, Let something good be said.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

I 'AXEW Fast, Express Bi-Wcckly -L- Service lo Sydney. THE G. W. NIGOLL LINE (Oldest Established Lin- running from this (1 s;r'ct ) THE NEW STEAMERS | '-:.4VANBA»& ^DORRIGO.' j ? j Tliu New. Powerful. Kle-itric-liuht-e'l Iiij*li-ol-is.s and Up-to-flate s.h. ' Cav uiiba,' (iOO tons (carries British Born -- Tra e Equipment, ami Passenger Cer ti i.-aie.') The ?' C:ivan--a' has a lar-?- Iiromena !e deck, social hall, smoking room, hor and cold sea-v.-atfsr Iiaths, is, lian Isomelv furnished- -.-aloons anl i \vo i»-Tth cairns. r,eavi's Svdnev kvkisy T'- sr.AV. at 11.7) p.m.. for Byron Hay i '?alliir; ar Now--as;lf- only, duo at Bvronl Biy a ?-- ii u-ion --:i Tiu.r-4 '4'.v. I, raves yjain kvkuv SAiri'HA v. at 7. p.m.. and i- i n- in Sydney on Moirl'iv at 4 a.m. The -V-'.v s.s. tkG-«i-5-E^«t,' 40) tons, '?prn Svdnev khk'av kvknini:. and leaves l'»vr'.i Jiavior Sy ney T''l-'!-.\v. l'- p.m. S.S. '? W«lhi \5nn.' T-.veed River ::?! i Sy.'imy a'.D ;l every ciulit ''ays. F.\ ;;!?:?;. -Sa...

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Loss of the Steamer Oakland. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

Loss of the Steadier Oakland. The news arrived here on Saturday last of the loss of the N.C.S.N. Com pany's steamer Oakland with all but six of the crew and created a feeling of deep regret. The steamer (says the Northern Star) was well known in this trade, for which she was built by Mr. W. Yeager, and after wards sold with other vessels to the North Coast Company. She has had a chequered career, having once been raised at the entrance when it was generally supposed she was a total loss. She was then made practically a new vessel, and used as a cargo boat, work for which she was speci ally suited, carrying a big load on a light draught. Captain Slater has been a long time connected with the Company and the trade of the Nor thern Rivers. He was a thorough seaman, and highly thought of by the Company be served. He bad command of the City of Grafton in tins trade, aim it, was owing u- ner undergoing repairs that he was tem porarily in command of the Oakland. He was very popular with pa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

&BESSMAKEB, BYRON BAY. ^SATISFACTION -%*?-%- && '^?'^ GUARANTEED Friday, Jane 19. AUCTION SALE. Preliminary Notice. AUCTION SALE EARLY IN JUNE. OWEN B. WAREHAM (kindly assisted by Mr. M. McLean, Auctioneer) will sell by Auction on FRIDAY, JUNE 19th, at Mr. J. W. Banner's, Residence BjTon Bay, the whole of that gentlemen's up -to-date House hold Furniture and effects. A few of the items to be offered consists of. Double Bedsteads. Kapock Mattresses. Spring Mattresses. Single Beds and Bedding, Cots, Combination Drawers, Chests of Drawers, Marble Washstands, Mirrors, Rocking, and Austrian Chairs, A number of Tables (various sizes) Whatnots, Gipsy Tables, Pictures, Clocks, Lamps, Window Blinds and Curtains, Sewing Machine (nearly new), Couches, Wall and Table Ornaments, Complete Kitchen Utensils, Cop per, Tubs, Boilers, New and Second hand Buggies, Sulkies, Village Carts, Factory, and Spring. Carts, New Harness, Saddles, Bridles, And a large number of other items...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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TENTERFIELD RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

T E \ T E 11 F 9 E L I- K A I L W A V. Thus 'JVnterlield Slur :—' V would be a mistake to attach too much importance to the bald state ment that the Public Works Com mittee has negatived the Tenterfield Casino railway proposal. Under thej See Government, latterly, we expect-j ed nothing, and we have got it.! We have a Ministry in power now; which sanctions railways and then| proves not to have the money tol start them. the Cobar-Wilcannia! railway being an instance. Wbatj would lie ;ho lghf of a private con-! cern which ordered goods and thenj couhl not p iy for them ? When the See Government goes out- of power; cur railway will lie in much the1 same pos lion as if the present Gov-! ernni'Mif ot niellective political; spendthrifts had sanctioned it. As; iong as no rival line has been! started — .» ml the See crowd may! never have enough money to do so — ! we run as a community take heart j of yrace and put up our hands for; anothe- round. Perhaps by thej next time the proposal is de...

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