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INJURY FROM FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 June 1903

INJURY FROM FEDERATION. It has been usual recently to hear vague expressions with regard to the harm which has been inflicted by Federation, but ask any individual to definitely define the injury, and no re ply is forthcoming. The Federal Parliament and the first days of Union Have been ushered in at a time of depression over almost the whole of the Continent. It is not a difficult matter to govern a community when times are prosperous ; it is easy to satisfy men, whose material affairs are progressing favourably that State affairs are also well managed, but when there is commercial unrest and a shrinkage of producing power with that dissatisfaction which eva ciuumpcwiies tiieiii, men Become captious, ana instead or censuring their own want of foresight, or sanely viewing material conditions which they cannot alter, they find relief in charging the Government with delinquencies. But I ask any person in this audience to show what injury Federation has done. The cost already has been ...

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

WHITE AUSTRALIA AJKD SUGAR. Possibly no sentiment ever took a greater hold upon the minds and imaginations of the people of this continent than the desire for a 'White Australia.' Environed as Australia is by numerically unlimited color ed peoples, and being climatically suitable for their occupation, a greater trouble besets the future of Australia from their proximity than from probably any other cause. Were we a separate community, not having the power of a great Empire behind us, it would be impossible for us to permanently en force the Emigration Restriction Act. Nations cannot warn undesirable emigrants from their shores by legislation; such ac tion can only be taken in view of the possibility of enforcing the measure should occasion arise. A little further enlightenment, a somewhat more definite and cohesive public opinion, a few more progressive steps will render, at least, some of the nations of the East, liable to re sent by force of arms the insult offered them. The certa...

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

Useful -joints* Deafness. — Temporary deafness can be often cured by gently pour ing a few drops of glycerine from a warmed spoon into the ear. Earache. — Make a small teaspoon ful of glycerine quite warm by holding in a spoon over a candle. pour gently into the ear, lay a pad of heated cotton-wool all over the ear and fasten on with a flannel bandage. This requires cave ; mind the glycerine must be warm, not hot. Chapped Hands and Lips. — No- thing keeps the hands in such good order as rubbing a little drop of gly cerine and water into them after washing. This is especially necess ary in winter, and for those who have to do much housework. Nurses who have frequently to use carbolic acid are very apt to have rough hands ; a little glycerine will keep them in good order. If the hands have been much neglected and the skin is chipped, the glycerine may ciuse a little smarting : this shows fie healing prope-ty of the glycer ine is at work. Its use should be ?? persisted in, and in a few...

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

FINAL. I have endeavoured at all times to act in accordance with my principles and to carry out the views expressed when elect ed, and striven to loyally discharge my trust. Although it was apparent during the contest, that all were not favourable to me, my -efforts on their behalf have been just as strenuous as they have been for my warmer friends. I have reason 10 hope that a great majority are satisfied with the result. . The early troubles of Federation will soon pass ; people will become accustomed to the Union and become proud of the Common wealth. The differences which beset the States at present, and the enigmas that perplex and worry us on the threshold of our new national life, will speedily disappear. There will come new difficulties and new troubles, but I believe and hope that this Commonwealth will always produce men capable of dealing with them.

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Poetry and Fiction. Boy's Song of Empire. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

© ? X / ? ? ISo^'s Son| of 6m)Dirc. ? .o ? Sis) A. Conan Doyle, as president of the Boys Empire League, some time ago of fered a prize of ten guineas for the be3t song calculated to promote and strengthen a worthy Imperial spirit in British boys all over the world. The prize has been awarded to the Rev. J. M'Kim, of Swine hope Eectory, Lincolnshire. The song goes to the tune of '? Marching through Greor£?ia.' and has si. firm mnrt.ini nwina The following are three stanzas : — Come boys, and sing, descendants of the free, Wave high o'erhead the flag of liberty, Proudly see it waving from utmost sea to sea. Oheer I all ye sons of Britannia ! We'll keep our minds like crystal pure and bright. Our bodies strong to aid the Empire's might ; Some day she'll call us to help her in the fight ; March on, ye sons of Britannia ! Now, boys, our King, for him a three times three, And all the lads who share our destiny ; Forward in unison to set the whole world free ; God speed the boys of Britann...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

I Friday, Jane 19. I AUCTION SALE. ? AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. O WEN B. WAREHAM (kindly assisted by Mr. M. McLean, U Auctioneer) will sell by Auction M on FRIDAY, JUNE 19th, at Mr. J. G W. Banner's, Residence Byron Bay, H the whole of that gentlemen's up U -to-date House hold Furniture and I effects. I A few of the items to be offered ||; consists of. I Double Bedsteads. I Kapock Mattresses. | Spring Mattresses. # Single Beds and Bedding, % Cots, | Combination Drawers, I Chests of Drawers, I Marble Washstands, I Mirrors, I Rocking, and Austrian Chairs, | A number of Tables (various sizes) I Whatnots, | Gipsy Tables, | Pictures, | Clocks, Lamps, \ Window Blinds and Curtains, f: Sewing Machine (nearly new), K Couches, I Wall and Table Ornaments, v. Complete Kitchen Utensils, Cop f per, Tubs, Boilers, \ New and Second hand I Buggies, :: Sulkies, :% Village Carts, ?; Factory, and Spring Carts, ) New Harness, : Saddles, \ Bridles, And a large number of other items, ?i too numerous to advertise...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. I The u.v.ial monthly meeting of thej Progress Association was held in thej School of Arcs on Thursday even-! the 4th inst. Among those present were Messrs. J. E. Glasgow (Presi dent, in thy chair), 0. B. Ware ha m Hon. Si'C, D. .Jarman, G. M'Clean.j J. V/. Banner, M. McLean, W. 15. Jackson, A. .hi. nrown, J. \ anston.j J. G. B.dzer, and others. j The minutes of previous meeting] were read and confirim'd on the! motion of J. W. Banner, seconded! by D. Jarman. j COilRlYSi'ONDKXCH. j OUTWAIIDS. ? -To K. D. Meagher,| Esq. M.L.A., at Grafton acknow-j ledging receipt of letter re entertain-! ing, Vice-regal Party, and stating it! was resolved by the Association not! to entertain, on this occasion. ? ! Telegram to R. D. Meagher, Esq. atj Lismore on same subject. ? Tele-; gram to — Grimsham, Esq. BallinaJ. explaining no arrangements could be made to enable the Vice-regal ! Party to board the Victoria, that jthev must use the yacht's'own boat. ? -To R. D. Mea...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

Church ofEii^liiiul. Parish Of Bvron Bay. ! Sunday, June 14th. VM). j Newrybar M a.m. ' Bangalow 2. HO. p.m. j Bvron Bay 7. HO p.m. I EDWIN J. DODD. j

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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DAIRY & FARM. SWINE-FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

[?] SWINE-FEVER; (By Edward Stanley, F.R.C.V.S, Chief VetCM-inarian, in the Agiicul I u nil Gazelle.') Swine-fever is known nearly all over the world : it has been reported in New Zealand and in Queensland, therefore it is reasonable to attribute this outbreak in X'ew South Wales to its introduction by infected .swine either from oversea or overland. Symptoms of the uisease will d« p-nd on the organs anecteci, as me diseas-j is found in the lungs, lym phat-.c glands, and in the digestive ? ?anal. (Jufwi-tuuareiy in the early stages theiv are no deiinke symptoms. In ilic virulent form young pigs up to a few months old become suddenly ill, anil die after two or three days' illness. Matured, strong pigs, are much more resistant, the disease in j i hem may go on for weeks in a mild er form,' becoming chronic, so that they can spread infection without1 themselves being suspected. The healthy pig, when disturbed, emerges from its retreat alert and ready for action : the sick one hides awa...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

Cards, Frtrfivninmes, --iixwittrs Letter ECcsuliugs, Kotc Headings BILLHEADS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

€[peat jVoFttoii JaotcIJ ?.' ? ; /? ;:. ;; BY RO I;B1Y.\ : ; .?; :; } ?? . . . ?? ? ? ?-???? ?. - - '?'???'. ?'??'?' -. . ? i j^Sea ..;S;lplii'i_; I I . - ' ?- .'?, ?'?-?? ??? ? ? !-? ? . ? . . . . . . ? . I ?'.-???-?- ? . ? \ '?? . / ? ?? ? 5; ?? ? ~ii ' : ' ? ' '^ ~ r~ 1M. i ] I MCLEAM'§ , ...ILns, BYROAI ll i' i JO: / ^ ^*» Va^ _i fiikl fill irl ? t-- ? .. _ t# I r\\^' ™ S-5 5 ? ?&£. «| «**tl PriP» I I ^*^ lo-fj^s?* ? ??* ^W( f W ^ Q^HE GREAT NORTHERN; ! HOTEL, has always be«?n. noted as a most || \«- f| I ^'^3 %$£ XY i conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention ^ -^nvi£^p '? '- f-^- ^ Vc/ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ***- ^yfcN^^ '! |?^ gw t The general arrangements of the hotel are.'charming. The rooms are HH 'wflv^N ''I y ^S tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony ^ 1\\\ i''^ , SO* which is a veritable ' lookout' commanding tlie most .magnificent views of %& ^ ji...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

? \ /r I* 'nil ^B nllB^C^^S-Sx -^ ^^Rw./^'''* i i |1 ;i Byron Bay Hecord. j :j r-r~7rT-rr. ? it— — . nn ? ? — m ' t-— i j SPEEDY, | lJp^Tro^lD7^TTE. WA.NTKD KwuUm-s «if the *' Byron Bay Record,' to note the ' 'snbsciiption per year, if paid in advance, is 10s. posted, or 12s. Booked. Subscriptions may bo commenced at any tuny. Give your support to the local paper. Ui\KlVAI.M:i- AS \.\ ADVKKT1SINU MEDIUM.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

BYRON BAY GOAGH WORKS — AND — diciH'iiil ISI:i-ksmilli, - [Established 1S1.I1.] ? o ? 'Y7'EHICLES made to Order with Prompt a,nd Skilled Attention, Best V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting ami Trimming do no on tlie Premises. [ Sulkies aiMl Sj-riti^r - ails built oqnal to SydiK'j. ? Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. (.'all or send for Prices before- sending out of the District. HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices and Full Particulars. J. W. BAflflEH, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie it Son's. Horse Medicines. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

^ IMPERI^l^ STORE .^^' BYRON BAT. E. AUDSLEY.^^ Late Xi. GiFimwood, There is always xjL iOxTLJ-JjCj 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. TT is quite IMPOSSIBLE in the limited space of an advertisement to quote the prices of the thousand and one articles sold, -*- to quote only a few leading and cut lines is MISLEADING 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 and Shir] y Streets. Mrs. J. Joyce, f UP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. j I SYDNEY PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney 'Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. ItRISIJWi; PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Qiwensla-ndw, Week. ME LBO U KIN E PA I» E RS. Leader and Saturday. andthE BYRON BAY RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery, Fancy Goods. All kind...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

NEWS AND NOTES. ? ♦♦ ? Two hundred starving children who were floodbound in a school house at North Topeka, Kansas, have been rescued by steam launches. News has been received that the steamer Arequipa, 205/5 tons, of the Pacific Steam 'Navigation Company, foundered at her moorings at Val paraiso in a storm. Captain Todd, the master of the vessel, Mrs Todd, and the officers, were drowned, as were also O'S members of the crew. Forty-five persons were saved from the Arequipa. Finding the New Zealand butte, is carried in chambers with a temr perature of from zero to 10 degrees Mr. C. C. Lance, the Commercial Agent of New South Wales in Eng land, has represented to the mail companies the desirability of carry ing Australia butter at similar tem ueratures. Reports are persistently circulated at Vienna of the existence of plots to assassinate King Alexander of Servia and Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria. A French cook employed in the Royal Palace at Belgrade was shot in the heart. The death i...

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Sixty Million Pounds awaiting Successful Claimants. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

Sixty Million Pounds awaiting Successful Claimants. ? n ? Reference has repeatedly been made in this journal (says the World's News) to the ' Jennings mil lions ' now in Chancery in Great Britain, and awaiting claimants who shall be able to satisfy the Court that they are entitled to the whole or any part of this colossal sum. The latest London papers show that a claimant has come into the field fron Montreal, in the person of David Jennings, a Walsall man. ' I will not return to Montreal,' says Mr. Jennings, ' till the pro longed suit is settled once for all, and I come into my rightful pro perty, the estimated value of which is £60,000,000.' Mone}', he says, is no object. He can produce £50,000 or more to ob LHili Lilt; HBrviues ui iiiv iiuiuso uuiiii sel. He is calling a meeting of all the claimants, who number 34. Quite recently certain persons from Sydnej' who considered they had strong claims to participation in these millions left for London to assist the aforesaid principal ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

10S. Reward. LOST Bay Pony mane cut short Branded 22 near shoulder. The above reward will be paid on delivery to, II. EVERITT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

I 'VTEW Fast, Express Bi-Wc-;kl y { -i-- Service to Sydney. ' THE G. W. NIGOLL LINE (Oldest, Established Linn. running from tins district ) THE NEW STEAMERS '«:AVANBA' & 'D0RKH3O.' i The New, Powerful, Eloetrii-liahted. High-cJaHs and Up-to-date s.s. 'CJav- Jtillm,' 600 tons (carries British Board '!_ Trade Emiipni«rit arid P.w.m/er Cer tificate.) Ihe -'Civanl-a' has a large promenade deck, social hall, smoking , room, Jior and cold sea-M-afer baths, is j lian '.-nrndy 1'iiniisln.-] -aloons and two- - l'er:h cabins. I, wives Svdney kvkuv itisdav. n\ 1M-5M p.m.. for Byron Buy. 'iilliii'4 ;ii Nywi;:is le only, due. ;ii Byron Bay about noon -);i Th- r- !:iv. ^L-avos! ayain KVKHv saTcijua Y. :i.t 7. p.m.. ainl -- is din: in Sydiu-y on Monday at 1 a.m. Tlic Now h.s. *? Worri jro,M 4IX) tons. J'roni Sydney n.'HiAV K\ ::m.m; and l--avcs Hvr-'!i Hav 'or Sviimv rT,-:l-.\v. ii n.in. S..S. ' Wollu nliiu,' Tweed River a*id Sydney a! out ev- ry eiifht -'ays. F.\:![-:s. --Saloon : R.-turn...

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A Mistake. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 June 1903

fl JVIistake. (Continued.) f ALTON raised no further op position, and with a feeling of dread he awaited what ^ was to cone. 'I want you to do something1 for me when — I am gone. This wish has been on my mind for days ; but I have felt it is a very great favour to ask a stranger ; still your great kindness has emboldened me, and I have made up my mind to tell you the story which until now has never passed my lips. I mnst begin at the beginning. We were two sisterp, our parents died when we were young, and we lived afterwards with an aunt who was not kind ; but we were happy, for we were together, and we loved each other very dearly I was frivolous and pleasure-loving with a talent for acting, and, in spite of my dear sister's opposition, I went on the stage. I liked the life, and was, I suppose, a success. After two years I met some one for whom I found it would be possible to sacri fice even my much-loved profession. It is a long story and perhaps a com mon one. I loved him, but he...

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