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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

DIRECT FHOJW JWEIiBOUHHE. Foley^s Maminoth Circus! ? 0 ? — HIPPODROME AND TRAINED ANIMAL EXPOSITION ! — ? o ? Australia's Finest and Biggest Waggon Show, as it appeared before the Nobility, Gentry, and Public of the whole civilised world. BYRONlUY : Monday Next June 22. ? o ? Foley's Equescurriculum, consisting of f-() Highly-Educated Horses, Ponies, Mules, and Donkeys, including the Smallest Pony in the World, 32 inches high. Thirty Lady and Gentlemen Star Artists: Riders, Tumblers, Acrobats, Gymnasts, and Trapezists, und Six Clown.-j and Dummies. POPULAR PRICES. SPLENDID BRASS BAND. KARL BAURR, Representative. MULLUMBIMBY, Tuesday 23rJ. MURWILLUMBAH, Friday and Saturday 2Gth and 27th. BANGALOW, Monday 20th 1903. 'ATEW Fast, Express Bi-Wcckly i _LM Service to Sydney. j THE G. W. NIGOLL LINE (Oldest Established Line running i'ronii' this district.) J THE NEW STEAMERS ( 'CAVAKBA' & 'DORRSGO.' - The New, Powerful, Electric-lighted, ' High-ckts and Uy-io-date s..s. 'C'av- anba,...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REVOLUTION IN SERVIA. KING AND QUEEN ASSASSINATED. LONDON, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

REVOLUTION IN SERVIA. KING AND QUEEN ASSASSINATED. London, June 11. Reports of a most sensational character with regard to a revolu tion in Servia have been received at Cologne, in Germany, and Buda Peith, the capital of Hungary. It is stated that, after proclaiming Prince Karageorgevitch. the Preten der to me tin-one, as King, tne army surrounded the Royal Palace during the night, and assassinated King Alexander and Queen Draga. It is also rumoured that several members of the Ministry were mur dered. Loxdon, June 11, 12.40 p.m. Tho reports with regard to the Servian revolution have been con iirmed, further information stating that King Alexander. Queen D.aga. and the Queen's brothers were ass assinated. The Premier of S.-rvia .ind Generals Petrovirch and Pavlo vit.-h, as well as s -vend other mem bers of the Court, were also murdered. The disaffectt d (1th Reg'moiit garrisoning Belgrade surrounded the t'alace at midnight of Wednesday did overpowered the guards, killing LOU. General...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL ? _ ? ?? ? This evening in the School ol Arts, the Robyn's-Dalrymple Concert (Joy., will appear. Excellent high class singing and music, and fun from one of Sydney's best come dians. The Milton Times is about to change hands again. The new pr- - prietor will be Mr. W. Bishop, who has had journalistic experience in Moruy;i. Milton is one of the most prosperous townships down Soutl , The Times was established as fa. back as 1877, by the late R. Burgess. Mr. J. W. Banner's friends will be glad to hear he is not'leaving the tlistrict, but intends to reside on his farm at Bilknuilgel. Most of in take to farming as soon as we get. a chance. The New Cavanba- Store, has on hand a large and varied stock of household drapery all new and fresh One visit will prove that for Variety and Good Value we are not to be excelled.* The Lifeboat was taken ont on it-; first practice trin last. Monday, by Captnin W. H. Clifford and his gal lant crew. A Football match will bf played this ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

Items of Interest. An earthquake was felt at Cooma on Thursday llth£inet, lasting three quarters of a minute. A second rumbling without vibration occur red shortlyafter midnigh:. A public meeting at Casino held on ?he 11th inst., passed the resolutions of the Byron Bay Railway League in favour of the Casmo-Tenterfield railway ; and also a resolution ad vocating a line from Deepwater, via Eminaville, to Inverell. This will give the whole of the Norih- western district access to Byron Bay. The railway league was revived, and an executive committee appointed to further the object of the meeting. Another pedigree bull has been despatched to this district by Mr. J W. Cole of Jamberoo. The auitmd! is a dark roan by the shorthorn bull) '?Gomel' dam Buttercup Jl , b-j Slashim, by Commodore by Major) (imp.), to the order of Mr. H. K.I Boa.-dcn, of the Tweed. j It transpired that the murder ofj Mrs. Tuckerinan, by her husband ar| Blai gowrie, Queensland, was the) result of religious mania. Th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

Qpcat JVforthern Jtetel, I BYE ON B A Y. l_Sea SMe Itoort. i_ / 5SOK — ?==SI ? ' ' ? = ? -^=- ? =-^. — MX. \\ // # ^^ \\ // S$ _-J_. 99 \\i W. QTHE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been notpd as a most '*& \«ff ^mE^ ^k vf i conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention ^ ^vliy^ i ^-o-^, ^8 V./ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. *|* '^i3^^^ I yyj\ v^ ^ ^^Le oeneral arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are ^ w/ Kv5^ // l\v ^ tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony ^ f\\\ \ C/ v #& which is a veritable ' look out' commanding the most magnificent views of '&$ ^ j ^ the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high *e* ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^ |£# come down to the level of every day things. Without doubt the Great %£ \ sp Northern Hotel takes a high place amongst the hosteleries of the State, and ^ i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

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THE SUGAR BONUS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

? ' — ? — =^ I THE SUGAR BONUS BILL. ? — «» ? , ? ihe following are the various provisions of the Sugar Bonus Bill now before the Federal Parliament: 2. There shall he paid out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, which is hereby appropriated accordingly to every grower of sugar-cane or beet within the Commonwealth in the production of which sugar-cine or beet white-labour only has been employed after the 2SHi Vl-.iv n-e p,,k ruary 1D02, a bonus, at the rates provided by this Act, on all such sugar-cane or beet djlivered for manufacture after tho cnmencenmit of this Act and before the 1st day of j ?January l'.)07. ' \ X. The bonus in the case of sugar-, cane shall be ai. the rate of A- 'per ton calculated on cane giving ten per cent, of sugar, and shall he in-! creased or ivduced proportionately! according t - any variation from this! standard. j 4. The bonus in the case of beet j shall be at i'.w rate of -1(1- per ton on! ri'je sugar-givi:ig contents of the! beet. | ;';. It may b:- pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

BYRON BAY. K. AUDSLBY ? *? Late Ii. (^rimwood, There is always J\_ k^i\.J.J Hi on at the Imperial Store. Three requisites for success are always to be found there. j An extensive and Up=to=date stock. ! Moderate Prices. Civility at Cost Price. IT is quite IMPOSSIBLE in the limite I space of an advertisement to quote the prices of the thousand and one articles sold, I to quote only a few leading and cut lines is MISLEADING suffice at therefore to say that every line quoted el.se whei e is to be bought at the same price at the Imperial Store, Corner of Johnson and Shirly Streets. Mrs. J. Joyce, f UP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, v Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, 'Week. MELBOURNE PAPERS. Leader and Saturday. ANIW BYRON BAY RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery D;-apery. Fancy Goods All kinds of Patent Medicine. BAKER AND ...

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Cable News. LONDON, MONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

viable )4eWs. London, Mondon. The Russian newspapers demand :hat the murderers of King Alex mder and Queen Draga and their Ministers shall be tried like other 2ri initials. The correspondent of the Daily Express at Geneva reports that 1-rince Peter Karageorgevitch declares that the nation must avenge the crime of the murders. The King, he says, who could overlook it, or receive his crown at the hands of the assassins, would be their accomplice. It is reported from other sources that Prince Peter Karageorgevitch makes his acceptance on the crown of Seryia contingent upon the ban ishment of the officers who have been compromised. The Daily Mail says that the Czar was greatly shocked when he learner of the tragedy. With tears in his eyes he told Count Lamsdorf, the Russian Foreign Minister, ' This is our fault. We ought to have hacli Alexander better watched.' The Porte was stupefied when it received news of the tragedy. The Sultan was greatly affected; and would not listen to details ...

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Banquet, MESSRS. J. E. GLASGOW & SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

Banquet, MESSRS. J. E. GLASGOW & SON. Last week a banquet was tendered to the above named gentlemen by the people of Mullumbimby, though residing in Byron Bay Mr. Glasgow has for some years managed a Saw mill in conjunction with his son at Mullumbimby. Mr. Glasgow has now retired, having disposed of the business to Messrs. Hollingworth and Mallett. The banquet was given as a mark of esteem, and was held ut the Court House Hotel, the din ing-room of which had been prettily decorated for the occasion. Mr. S. G. Woodrow J.P., presided, --.Mr. J. E. Stewart, occupying the vice-chair. .-v large numner ox gentlemen were present and a most enjoyable time was spent. After full justice had been done to the good things, the toast of ' The King ' was loyally honoured, after which the Chairman in appropriate terms, proposed 'Our Guests,' the toast was enthusiastically drank with musical honours each of the gentlemen present having some-j thing to say of: 'good old times,' j and their ea...

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FOLEY'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

FO JLEY'S CIRCUS. I Foley's Circus will open in Byron Bay I on Monday for one night only. When a I show comes along that the newspaper man ? I is not personally acquainted with, he gen- I erally looks up his contemporaries, there- I tore we clip the following from the South I Uratcon ' Clarion ' :_» The above mam- I moth and excellent combination opened I last Friday at South Graf ton to a packed I rent, and those present thoroughly enjoy- I eti the lOll' atlrl Viiriorl nmrrnmni» onh. I nutted to them by the management. We I can honestly say that Foley's Circus is the I best ring show that has ever visited the I Olarencc, and the popular proprietor I knows what suits the people and supplies I it. He has a carefully selected army of I artists, and also a number of well trained I eqiunes arid other arenic wonders. On I top ot all he has a keen business gentle- I man as hi* advance representative, and I much of Mr. Fole.v's success is due to the I exertions of Mr. Karl Bauer. Wherever ...

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The Feminine Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

Vhv FciMiiiiiic ^Boulli. ? i A person who has made the femi-j nine mouth the subject of much study volunteers his conclusions to males with sweethearts. They arej as follows : If her mouth is veryj small, there is not much mind, but! overmuch shallow sentiment. Ifj she has a very large month, she will: possess a good brain, but the tronblei is in kissing it. Large mouths put aj man to an artistic test ; he will bej driven to his wit's end whether to begin at one corner and conclude at; tho other : or to make an heroic1 dash at the middle, and endeavour to reach both corners. But if you are! a kissing artist it can be covered! nicely enough. If she has a deli-j cutely formed mouth, with rounded! lips, and of a velvety colour, she will j have much sensibility and perfection! of character, but wiJl not astonish j by her brilliancy of conception or: execution. It is a good mouth be cause it is kissable ami submissive. Shun blue-lipped or thin-lipped women ; they will bore you to death w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. Sunday, June 21st, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

CJhui'cli of England. Parish Of Byron Bay. j Sun'Iav. June 21st, l'.'OI'). ! Mullumbimby 11 a.m. j Tyagarah 2.30. }).m. ! Bvre.ii Bay 7.30 p.m. KDWIX J. DODD. ' Bjjron Bag Bcruvtr.j HERE SHALL TNI PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS: MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INrt-WaNCE AND UNBRIBED BY OAIN | I HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER OLORIOUS PRECEPTe' DRAW, PLEDOtO TO RBLialON, LOYALTY, AND LAW. j ? __^ ? ! S 1 L1 U B. D A Y. J U N E 2 ). 1 !- K5 . j

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. June 16th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

SHIPP1NC. ARRIVAL. June 10th. 1903. Cavanba s.s 573 tons. Cayitain J. H. Hunter from Sydney. Passenger1* Mes-iames. Davis ami chuMren (2). M;Don:il'l, Knox. Kees. Bailey. Misses MeDonaM Huiin: f,'an, Davuy' (3). Bowmen. Messrs. Mc Donald. Brasnett, Killeen, Robertson. Gibson, Seiwvriglit. Dudley, Evans Pollock. Backforth. Robinson. Davey {2) Stewart, Mclntosh. Pacey, and 9 steer age. FEEIGHT. ?J(H) Tons General MerJi uulise : Hor.ses. REPORT, Left Sydney at 10.1:'- p.m. on the Kith C lUci at tlie usual Ports and arrived in Byron Bay at Noon on the 18th. E vperieiice 1 moderate S. westerly wind wii.i fine clear weather sea moderate.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN PARLIAMENT. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

IX PARLIAMENT. ! Sydney. Wednesday. The Parliament of New South Wales ru isse.uhled Tuesday. and the contents of the Governor's ad dress were disclosed. The weakness of the Government was never more clearly demonstrated than in that disclosure. Ministers had solemnly iUrc;id in Caltinet not to tell a word ,,f it to the. public : their fine pro gramme ot tiiture action was 10 coim.v ;dl at once like a bolt from the blue.: and the people were to be astound-. I'd and entranced with a notable act; of .statecraft. The denouement to all; (his was exactly in keeping with tin; work of the Government — prodigi-j ;ius promise and poor realisation. j Tne only justification which the! address supplied for the timorous iniidtict of tne Government when it ihra.ik from the usual previous pub lication of the main points of its p.-ogramuu; was its recognition of i he- poverty of the paper so doggedly c-.incealed.* Perhaps the Government wa- wiser than it foresaw. The a Idress was such an extraordina...

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Football. CREAMERY V. RANGER'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 20 June 1903

Football. \ CREAMERY V. RANGER'S. An interesting match, the first of the season, took place last Saturday afternoon on the Recreation Ground, between two local teams the Cream ery '? boys '' and the Rangers'. The teams were as follows :— Creamery, A. Fraser (Captain), Forwards, Mc Namarra, E. Shrubb, R. Sturner. S. Montgomery, Kirk, S. Marty n. W. Francis : Halves. Mallett : Three quarters, G. Eyre, Andrews, F. Wright, Fraser ; Back, Hopkins. Rangers : G. Cupitt (Captain), W. l$dzf-*r. 'Mf'T)f'»iifr;i I f! Vcnwir-k-. Ti'! Power, C. Taylor, Cross, Graham, Dodd, Higgins, Gardiner, Barton. McLean, Phillips, ami Cussack. Rangers played iirst half four meii short, bur. ail the same, the game insulted in a win for them by (J points to '.). (niod enough, Rangers ! Montgomery, Sturm-r, Martin, Eyre. Francis, and Andrews played a fair game. IVy.s were scored by Higgins. Balzer, and Cupiu. for the R.vngers and by A idrews for the Creamery. Higgins carried the hall from om end of ti;'..' field...

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

.%FUN. Honesty the Best policy. — Two hungry workmen on the tramp lately came to a village where lived a Catholic priest, who was known to keep a good table. ' Mate,' Said one of them, ' wre shall get nothing there, if he finds out we are Protestants : I shall tell him I'm a Catholic.' uv as juu jxease, repneu. r-Jie other : ' I shall tell him the truth.' They knocked at the clergyman's door and asked for relief. His reverence asked them among other things -what confession they belonged to, and they replied as yn'eviously agreed. Then he bade them wait, and went back into the house, returning soon afterwards with a couple of plates, on one of which was roast duck, and on the other a little boiled rice. 'Friend,' he said, addressing the soi-disani Catholic, ' as it is fast day, I have nothing better to give you; but as for you,' he said, turning to the other. ' being a heretic, you care nothing for fast days, and may there jfore eat meat.*' It is generally believed that 'you cannot g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

jC Evcritt, Baker Confectioner,- and '(Senegal Storekeeper, -.BYKON BAY. — A Choice ami Uj--to-fl-at-? Slock always out vie*v. I ! ' ? j f DRAPERY, GROCERY. BOOTS & SHOES, CLOTHING, HOSIERY, ? IRONMONGERY, etc., etc. j rtfiglinics'y :am1 Dr«»susakiiijf Done at shortest notice. I ; rr-rv.T.T..^-ir-.T-r~-..-ri-r.'.'!. ??li.JiJ..r.:^ori^-r-.' ???' ???M.'.-riC-^Fig'— -?'~'-i:'« j | Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. I 1 i i | PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... BSyioti Bay. ... Executes all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanks of all Descriptions.

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