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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Don't forget the Excursion Train on Monday. If its blowing half a gale, come and see the sea jump — as the children say, Mrs. W. H. Clifford's many friends will rejoice to hear that she has returned home, with her infant son, fully restored to health. The supplement sent out with this issue contains Mr. T. T. E wing's address on Federal matters. This should be read by all electors, in view of the coming elections, and the revival of matters political. T. T. Ewing, Esq. M.H.R., passed through Byron Bay, and embu-ked aboard the s.s. Cavanbah en route for Sydney, last Saturday. The dredge Alcides foundered in the Tweed River last week. The men aboard escaped, but lost all their effects. As a navigable river the Tweed and its entrance has decided ly became a melancholy failure, those skippers who risk taking their vessels in, have much difficulty in yetting out again, Bvron Bay is the proper port for the Tweed, as it is for all the surrounding district, and it shows c...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Punishment of a German Naval officer. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

E'tini -li:??-'ii- of a -i- r : an \;tvnl officer. r] i sign H:n'-;s;ier. of the German navy, who recently fa'al y tabbed a L'unner named Hartuiauii. has b--ei. t:ie-l at Kiel and sentenced to ini p.- s 'iiinenl for fun r yea/s and dis inis-al f. on tin.1 navy. (Tlie Berlin correspondent of the! 'Finn's says : — Public attention has! liei'ii aroiist d by the exiraordinar;. I i. ondiietofa naval cauet, Hiiessiier,; wi.o fatally stabbed a gunner.' Hart-j ma in. at Essen on Saturday niyl'it.l 11th April. Tin- case is compared! io that of Lieutenant Brn-ewit/J who some years ago ran an o|lvnd-i ing civilian through the body in aj public restaurant in revenge for ani l.uiM.L'ined insult. Avoiding in an! account given by a man named Lut-i scher, who w;.s in Hart-man's coin-! [.any at the time of the affray, neither! he nor Hartinann saw Huossner un-j til the latter cauie tip. charged Hart-? maim with refusing to salute, and; tie uauded that he should come to the police station. Hartmann w...

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

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work of all kinds, Rubber Stamps. l' GIVK US A TRIAL.

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

Cards, Programmes, Circulars, Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS.

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

G[Feat Northern j-otel, | ' BYRON BAY. V ,\- . ? j ? - ? . ' . ? ?' 4 ???? -,?'?'? ' ! ? . - ? ??.-.*' . ' j ' ? ' - - ' / .' ' . ? ... I y . — ;' -*???*?? t Sea Side Resort. \ f§ ^i\c Lean's h Hotel- byroai i !i ( CJ^V «| - -^ v I ^ l ? Si ~-a*vl\ M ^^HE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most ^ ^—^^ II -==:yJ\ ^^ Tf ; conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attentio n x& ]\^^=- \ / (I I -|^ V./ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ \\vV ^! ( ' vj ^^ 1 The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms ar e ^*J J \J N^ ij ^ tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcon y ^ J f ^ which is a veritable ' look out' commanding the most magnificent views oi' %& j %% the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high ^ j ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^ j 2OK coine down to the level of every day things. Without doubt t...

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

M ? _i i i i 1 ? a '\ I i I Byron Bay Hecopd. I SPEEDY, Up^TO^D^TE. WANTED Readers of the 'Byron Bay Record,' to note the subscription per year, if paid in advance, is 10s. posted, or 12s. Booked. Subscriptions may be commenced at any time. Give your support to the local paper. UNRIVALLED AS Ai\ ADVERTISING MEDIUM.

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

j^FUN.j^ Perhaps the smartest retort ever administered to a bulging lawyer was the following : — A counsel, after vainly trying to break down the evi dence of a witness in a murder trial, 50 far forgot himself in his exaspera tion as to sa}r : ' I do not believe a word you say. I can see scoundrel ism in your face.' ' Sorry for that, sir.' came the crushing answer : ' I lidn't think my face was such a jood mirror.' Progressing. — Uncle John : ' Why, my girl, you've grown like a cucum ber vine ? What progress are you making in the matrimonial race ?' Clara : ' Well Uncle, Fin on my fifth lap.' ' My darling,' said a mother, tak ing leave of her newly-married daughter, 'in wedded life there is much to bear and forbear ; but re member this — never hit your hus band with the paste-roller or the potato-masher. The presence of a hair on your pastry or mashed pota toes would lower you in the esteem of your friends. If occasion arises the poker is quite as effective, and more la ly-like.' Th...

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Women as Dairy Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

Woui«en as Dairy Farmers. There is a woman's auxiliary to the Minnesota Dairymen's Associa tion, U.S.A. (says an exchange). Last year the auxiliary received an app o;j nation of £10 ) from the as sociation. How the money was use 1 was told by the secretary, Mrs. 0. H. Robbins, of St. Charles,' at the recent meeting of the two societies. By joining forces with the fanners' institutes and the State dairy com mission, the president and secretary were able to do 10(.) days of mission ary dairy work at an expense of s unething under £1 a day. The attendance at the lesso is. classes, and demonstrations was 450). She des cribed the conditions they had found in many farm homes, and how they had demonstrated with any utensils at hand, no matter how primitive. One bnrrer-bowl was a ho'lowed-out section of a fir log, and butter bar! lieen made with a little pronged heater. The work was done chiefly in i he thinly-settled and foreign por i ons of the State, often tli rough in terpreters. At thi...

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

}t Evcpitt, SaRer Confectioner, and Qenefal §toreKe£|Der, — BYRON BAY. — M Choice and Up^to-Date Stock always on view. _jg| DRAPERY, mr grocery, MJ^^ BOOTS & SHOES, ^L^* CLOTHING, mm^* hosiery, T IRONMONGERY, ft^ etc., etc. .llillinery and Dressmaking Done at shortest notice. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND CALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. ... Executes all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanRs of all Descriptions.

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

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? -J»-mk'i:iI Blacksmith, ? [Established 1S«M.] ? o ? 'T7'EHICLES mu-k' to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V ijuiilit-y of ZNIateriji 1 only used. Repairs, Repaint-inland Trimming done on the Premises. Sulkies and Spring Carts built equal to Sydney. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. (.'all or send for Prices before sending out of the District. HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices ami Full Particulars. J. W. BflHHEH, Proprietor. Agent for Puttie it Son's. Horse Medicines.

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Bntter, 13d per lb. Bacon, 8kl per lb. BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, 12d to 13d. per lb. Bacon Sd to 9d per lb. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Butter, 12d to 12 id. per lb. Bacon, Sd to Od per lb.

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Perilous Experiences of Ships. NEWCASTLE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

Perilous Experiences of Ships. Newcastle, Sunday. The ship Desdemona which has just arrived from Algoa Bay, passed through the full brunt of the stormy weather last week on the way up the coast to Newcastle. She is a British ship of 140G tons and is a well known visitor to Australian waters. Her perilous experience last week is not likely to be forgotten by the ship's company for it may be safely assumed that her safe arrival is due to the determination of the master, backed up by the splendid coopera tion of the officers and crew. Dur ing terrific squalls on Tuesday last the ship became unmanageable and broached to, the sand ballast shift ing, and for over 27 hours the ship was in eminent peril of capsizing. Sydney, Monday. At 7.30 last night the barque Shakespeare, bound from Chata Buenna (South America) to Mel bourne, arrived unexpectedly in tow of a harbor tug, having been consid erably damaged in the recent gales The first part of her passage was pleasant, but the latter half w...

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

BYRON BAY. R. AUDSLEY ? ^ Late Ii. Qrimwood, There is always A. k^/TLJ-JJLJ on at the IMPERIAL STORE. Three requisites for success are always to he found there. An extensive and Up-to-date stock. Moderate Prices. Civility at Cost Price. j hi— imai ? ???? i i ii ! IT is quite IMPOSSIBLE in the limited space of an advertisement to quote the prices --f tin- thcms.md :in-l one jirtu-ies snid, ; to quot^'onTyTfe^TeaT.ling and cut lines is MISLEADING suffice at therefore to say rhat every line qiioti-d elsewhere is , to be bought at the same price at the Imperial Store, Corner of Johnson and Shirly Streets. j i i II! I Oi da uliyiiup r UP-TO-DATE NEWS | AGENCY AND FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM. !- MBMaBaBnaaani, I SYDNEY PAPERS, j Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News. Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, Week. MELBOURNE PAPERS. j Leader and Saturday. I ANDTHE BYRON BAY RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

If ems of lnfefesf. ? -o. ? The greatest excitement has been caused in France by the motor-car race from Paris to Madrid. The contest proved sensational. There were 223 competitors, but owing to the number of fatalities the race was stopped at Bordeaux by the authorities. Eight persons were killed on the road, including two competitors, three drivers, a soldier, a women, and a child. An Englishman was burned to death by a car overturn ing and igniting. Three hundred thousand Parisians spent the previous night along the roads waiting for the start. Some extraordinary speeds were reached. The leading car at Bor deaux averaged 65 miles an hour, and travelled at times at the rate of 100 miles an hour. M. Marcel Kenault, who was the winner of the Paris-Vienna moter race, has since died from injuries received in the abandoned race crom raris to Madrid. An earthquake recently destroyed the town of Melazghered, in the vilayol of Van, Armenia, killing 2000 persons, including 700 Armenians an...

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Byron Bay Jockey Club. ANNUAL MEETING WEDNESDAY 3rd JUNE 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

%ron Ba^ $©cfc^ ^lub. ANNUAL MEETING WEDNESDAY 3rd JUNE 1903. Our much looked forward to An nual Race Meeting is now of the past, from Sunday evening previous the weather had been anything but promising, therefore nobody was badly surprised when the morning of the 3rd broke wet and miserable, however, after a heavy shower, the clouds rolled away, and the weather was much brighter at about 10.l-J0a.ni. The rest of the day was cold but with the exception of a light shower, dry, it was not a ladies day at any hour. At 10.30 a.m., a start was made for the course, where, during the day, between 200 and 300 attended. Those right royal men Messrs. P. Smith, and B. F. Skinner chartered ;\ special train through from Murwil lumbah, and it was regrettable that such enterprise should not have found better weather, however these are circumstances over which wehave no control. The tract was a bit heavy ? it- * I-* j-i Kfi/iU *-i4- +K y^ *-./Mllir«A I \1T 4' nil things considered, was not too bad....

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Telegraphic News. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

fp(l9$rabr7ic NeWs. Sydxky. Thnrsdav. As a debt renewal operation Now South Wales has placed £l.O'H)fJ!Q - worth of 3 per cent. Treasury Bil s with four years' currency at a nett price of £99. Monday next has been gazetted a public holiday in honor of the ? Prince of Wales' birthday. The Mayor of Ballina has conven ed a public meeting at the Council Chambers on Monday evening next it 8 o'clock for the further considera tion of the Teiuertield Railway question. The People's Reform League and the Political Roform League have resolved to co-operate. Charles Herbert Young (cashier and Albert Fisher (salesman) weiv charged at the Police Court with conspiring between themselves to defraud and cheat Anthony Horde.ru and Sons of divers sums of money totalling £1000. Evidence is pro ceeding. A sharp shock of earthquake was felt at a number of town in South Australia. Mr. Kingston strongly defended his administration of the Customs department in the House of Repre sentatives. He made a powerf...

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THE FODDER DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

THE FODDER DUTIES. When the quest-ion of protective duties was under con sideration, it appeared probable that the amount of produce in Australia would shortly be greater than that required for local consumption. It was urged by the Revenue Tariffists (I have already explained. Freetraders have politically ceased to exist) that it was not possible to assist the farmer under any circum stances in Australia, and, therefore, the farming community who desired to preserve the local markets fox Australian pro duce were described as the dupes of- designing1 Protectionists. The protective duties, the Revenue Tariffists urged, could not benefit the fanner. The debates in the Federal Parliament Barely two years have passed, and now a strong appeal has been made urging that the market of Australia should be thrown open to foreign products from all parts of the world, because Australia could not furnish enough produce for her own consumption. The Revenue Tariffist has, in so short a time, forgo...

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Cable News. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

£able }4eWs. London, Wednesday. The tornado at Gainsville (Georgia) lasted two minutes and was preceded by a few iiinutes of inky blackness and hot stifling air. Two upper stories of a mill crowded with operatives were lifted and car ried hundred of feet away. Many other buildings were demolished. St. Louis is now threatened with a disastrous flood. The loss of property at Kansas Citv is now esti mated at £1,01)0,000. The international miner's congress representing a million and a quarter men, sitting at Brussels, unanimous ly declared in favor of legalising eight hours a day. Fifteen thousand textile workers in Philadelphia secured their de mands for fifty five hours a week. 90,000 others have struck. All the carpet mills are at a standstill. Em ployers threaten to close down for a year. Fifteen thousand looms in south east Lancashire have stopped in order to curtail the production of cotton goods. The Czar intends to promulgate a new law of succession enabling his eldest daughter ...

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ADMINISTRATION OF CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

ADMINISTRATION OF CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. Following upon the question of Revenue and Taxation, there has been, considerable agitation with regard to the ad ministration of the Customs Department. The difficulties in connection with the creation of an uniform tariff for all Australia was a monumental work. It was sufficient in itself to monopolise a full Session of Parliament. ? The administration in detail and the difficulty in deciding under which item articles should be classed are matters which all business men will grant are full of per plexity. It was certain, with the incoming of a new Tariff, serious friction must arise. Presuming every importer to be acsomteiy nonest and desirous oi paying to the uttermost penny the amount due to the State, even then the ttdniinistrar tion of the Act was fraught with great responsibility, and rendered requisite endless and searching investigations.' These facts should be remembered by those who assert that the administration of the Customs has b...

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

THE BALL. ' And the night shall be filled with music. And the cares which infest the day, Shall fold their tents like the Arab's, And silently steal away.' The dull day was forgotten as bright eyes shone, and the tripping feet of the devotees of Terpsichore beat time to the music, in our School of Arts. The Ball was a success con sidering the weather, but not the brilliant success anticipated for some weeks past. About 40 couple were present. The music was splendid, being in the capable hands of Messrs. Gus. Harrison (piano), J. Hawkins, and J. Wilson (violins'). The com mittee were Messrs. P. G, Wool dridge, M. McLean, and J. McGrat tigan. The ladies were all most charmingly gowned but, owing to the absence of our social reporter, we are unable to enter into details on this occasion, which we regret. The catering was in Mr. Everitt's best style, which as usual leaves nothing to be desired. Much praise is due Messrs. McGrattigan and Wooklridge who performed the duties of M's.C. The ...

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