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

Useful {tints* ? »\j ? ? Breathing 'Exercises.— All breath* ing exercises should be clone either in the open air or befora an open win dow, and they should be done with the smallest amount and loosest of clothing on. Stand with the heels together and the shoulders well back, the hands on the hips, .keep the month firmly shut and draw in a deep, slow breath through the nose. filling th.3 lungs as full as possible and then letting the air as slowly out through the nose a'lso. This is the simplest of all the breathing ex ercises, and should b?. done twelve times night and morning fora week h.jfore any th ing more advanced is attempted. Remedy for Burns. — Raw. onion pounded and applied to burns will give immediate relief. For Washing Articl.es- of Infant's Clothings I)- most caeful that soda is not used : if used for washing any a 'tide that conies in contact with the skin it irritates the tender cuticle and produces in some cases a red r.ish. Flowers in Water.— Mix a little c irb::mat...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON A Summer Day. CHAPTER I. (Continued.) THE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

— OX— ft Summer Day. ? * (i * ? CJIAITKR I. (Continual.) THE MEETLVO. C|'iYVASit not natural, too, thai -&j-ajj? one o veiling, wlicii such im Yit other sunset of blue and ! gold and purples set the west afire, that standing under the shadow of the dark, grand rocks. with, apparently, only the kittie wakes and snowy ptarmigans preen-] ing their feathers for die nighl oiij the ledges, the s;-le witnesses, thai; Ethel should hear the IVi'wnt voice! of her companion exclaim : | 'My darling, I love you. Yes,; loved you from that moment wei stood side by side on yonder hotil-' deivs. Your presence, haa hrotighr ioj me the knowledge, ol: a brighter life.1 a brighter world. Do not shadow it. Say, dearest, can. you ever lovej me as I love you ?' ! After a moment, Ethel, raising! her eyes shyly, said : j ?' I think at that time on the roekj my heart must have gone to you asi yours came to me, Tor the world toi me has been different, happier since.' At the sweet confession he took her...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

Quain's Pier JKotcL BYKON BAY. Excellent Aecoininodaiion. B«'st AIok, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. j Sample and !£illi;n-l ICoozjik. Fxperienred and ('aiefnl iivoout. Hotel Waggonette meets all Arrivals by Sea and Train. VS this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms ! i AS A SUMMER RESORT. 1). QUA1N, PROPRIETOR JVCarp and J-ing, LATE J. G. LOCKE & CO., GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S. BYRON BAY. i ? 'NEW SHIPMENTS ARRIVING KV.KHY J'.OAT. NEW SHIPMENTS AK1UVJNG EVERY BOAT. ; WE JJl.'Y FOR CASH SO THE PEOPLE (JET THE BENEFIT. Autumn and Winter DRAPERY & Clothing, WHEREAT'S BOOTS. | ^ KOCERIES and TrontiK.ngei-y at lowest Lismm-u I'l-ia-s. Call and Inspcci our Stock and Pi-ices, before I vJ' snidinif \onv Money out of tlio district. SPECIALITY. ! V^ All orders will receive prompt attention. ! i j

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

qA I^proacl?. TriHur ; And is it then so easy to forget ? No, that is not the word, at least, not yet. j Not yet from metn'ry have I banished | been Just overlooked. A shaft by far more keen. A promise is a fragile thing— To make Naught is more easy^-lest it be to break. Perhaps true love is fovind so often nigh, That you can well afford io pass it by. Perhaps true friendship is a common lol,| All/I /'\ M n £Ml/~*Vllil ll/~tl/l »(? I ii eli 4 li- iwinlinin' not — Yon say yon knew not it was real to me ! Ah me ! How hard a fortune that would be, For the unhappy (ruth must be divined, I Except by one who wilfully is blind. ' 'JL'is better thus/' ? one will be sure to say. No doubt ; but there could be a gcnller Avay. Than to make sick tho heart with hope deferred, Enough ! your heart lias spoken ? mine has heard.

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

CIRCULATING LARCELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / $♦ %. BDarrfjam, UYKOX BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Art. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. I AND and General Commission Ayent -i Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). R- W, Thompson, JCN.. A- CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. MUI.H^IBIH 15 V. \ UOTIOXS held an«| Properties Cor lX Private Sale in a!l parts of the B\-j ?Scrub 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. NORTH COAST CO-OP. - O. LI.tHTEH. — XOTICK. — ~V~V7'^ will be prepared in receive Cream \ V at the new Faetorv. Lismore. iom nieiicini: AVE.DXESDA V. ;5rd decem ber. \w. W. H. CLIFFORD. Seeretary. e. e. eavingT Auctioneer, Commission Agent. Sec. Government Assessor. JF I K W I L L V II B A II . Sworn Valuator nintn ilvul ProjM'riy A-|. Atront for New Zealand .Insurauee Co.. ('^ ET your Visiting Cards primed T iu the 'ByhoxHay liF.o...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry and Fiction. Tears. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

C/vdif ana -j7JtdMm. \ Real's. These are the blown spindrift- that is lashed from the face of the waters That cover the Soul with Care ; These are the Children of Sorrow, these are the sons and the daughters Sped forth from thy house, Despair ! Spray that is flung on the desolate cliJfe from the deeps of sea-sources To lie, like a veil, on our biers ; Children that follow the plumes and the step of the stately black horses ; Slow mourners, sure comforters— Tears ! Will. Ogilvio, in ' The Spectator.'

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

? BY ? AUCTION. On the Ground Byron Ba.\ Wednesday 1st July at 2 o'clock OWEN B. WAREHAM, ha? been favored wifh instructions fiom MURDOCH McLF.AN, Esq. to sell in separate lots as here;mder :— ORE AT NORTHERN HOTEL BYRON 13AY. containing 00 Rooms all Splendid!- Finished, and fitted with Every C mvenionce. LaROE Stahlks containing .1-1 S;aHs of 1 f.s.' boxes, food and han?ss ro inn, outhouses &c. These premise's were reb'p'U some fiveyea?-s ;i!.'i. on J/.r.s 7 ;md X Sec t ion Id Town of Bvnn Bhv, front ing Johns?'»M :md Byron Streets the former l-'i'ng 'he principal rlKH'f urirli- faie of the T'iwii and connecting the Railway S;:iuon with rhe Gov ? ?rninem Whuff, tlws catching al' trafic by \l. i! and Sh;i. The Hotel is rl.j}. birg'-s' ]w-s: *'*i rn inii'-i 1 ;ir,d p::'roMi~ed J-T ' » i » ? j * Nonh of Svil'U'V.t'iid v.'ili heoH'cred ;i : a Going Concm. In Addition io tlv above. wH1 !im off' -red (Senarat' Lots). I, or No. .''. of S''C'ion ;?'.''. conraiitin'/ -} ikt ? on whi...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

BYRON BAY GOAGH WORKS _ AND — — 4«--iier:il ISIueksmitli, ? [Established ls«M.'J ? o ? 'T^KHICLKS made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming done on the Premises. Sulkies and Spring Carts built equal to Sydney. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call or send for Prices before sending out of the District. HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices and Full Particulars. W. EiiBRR, Proprietor. (Late J. W. BANNER.) Agent for Pottie iv Son's. Horse Medicines.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

?^TJE W Fast, Express Bi-Weekly JLN Service to Sydney. THE G. W. NICOLL LINE (Oldest Established Line running from this district.) THE NEW STEAMERS 'CJAVAWBA' & 'DORRIGO.' ' The New, Powerful, Electric-lighted, High-class and Up-to-date s.s. ' Cav nnlm,' 6fX) tons (carries British Board of Trade Equipment and Passenger Cer tificate.) The ' Cavanba' has a large promenade deck, social hall, smoking room, hot and cold sea-water baths, is handsomely furnished — saloons and two berth cabins. Leaves Sydney kvkky ?niKKDAY, at 10.80 p.m., for Byron Bay. calling at Newcastle only, due at Byron Bay about noon on Thursday. Leaves again kvkky satuijday, at 7. p.m., and is due in Sydney on Monday at 4 a.m. The New s.s. 'Dorrifjo,' 400 tons, from Sydney kkikay kvknjxo, and leaves | Byron Bay for Sydney tpksmay. -- p.m.! S.S. ' WolliiJnbiii,' -Tweed Rivur and Sydney — about every eight days. Fares. — Saloon : Return £2 IDs. Fore-Cabin K»s. each way. Agent* :»t I,is'nor«» : Hiii-lm:irsli A ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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A Hint about Bridal Present. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

A Hint ;tl-oiit Ki'i-l:il Present. ' It is scarcely the right thing.' said a young bride, 'to look a gift horse in the mouth ; and yet it is hard not to speak one's mind on a matter of this kind. It does seem to me that people might think awhile before buying wedding presents. I am sure if they had done so I should not have received nine biscuit-boxes. What am I to do with them all r I can only use one at a time : or at t ho most two. Now, what is to be dom; with the seven ? It's too perplexing. TP f r./.nl/l r\nl%- i!ull fluiin it' wan 1 A n 'f be so bad, but I can't even do that.' 'Dear me! I don't know why you should worry over such a little thing as that,' observed her sister, who had been married nine years. - Those extra biscuit-boxes will be very useful by-and-by. Select the one or two you want to keep, then put the others carefully away. When ever any of your friends marry, let a biscuit-box be your gift. It'll save you lots of money. When I was married I received six fish-s...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. June 25th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. June -'f'th 1903. Cavanbas.so7;5 tons. Captain J. H. Hunter i'rorn Sydney. Passengers Mesuames. M rah am.' Em fry. B:iuk. GoMsmuh, McCabe. Hoffman. Misses Eady, Shearer. Marti'an (JoNismit. Hart. .Turret t. Murphy, (i-\ Hoffman (2). Messrs Dr,j ('inldsmit. Everest. Tomlinson, Dicksoirj Osbc-rne (2). Ellis.' McGullo^k, Hosking.| Biike. Moriarty. Graham. Kelly. Turn-j l)iill. Bremner. Shearer, Kane, Geogheganj and Master Campbell (2) and 1(5 .second; ijabin. ; FREIGHT. | ?2!)0 Tons General Merchan Vise ii'i,! tons of coal ;7). sheep and 2 Horses. ? REPORT, |. Left S.yiliu:.y at If). 15 ivn. on the 2?,v(] j Called at the nsr.al Ports and arrived tiii Bvron Bay at 1 p.m. on the -Jfjtli j 'Experienced strong S. W. winds sea; moderate, j

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

ATHLETIC A SSOCIAT [ON. ? n ? A meeting of the employees of the North Coast Co-op. (Joy., was held in the ' Barracks,' on the ISth hist. Mr. A. Eraser occupied tin chair. It was decided unauimoush to form an 'Athletic Association.' The Association decided that football should be its first step, and there upon formed the ' Creamer j Foot ball Club.' The following office bearers were elected : Mr. D. J. Batey, Patron ; Mr. F. Hopkins, and Mr. W. Andrews, Vice-Presidents ; Mr. G. W. Eyre, Secretary : Mr. W. Broadhead, Treasurer ; Messrs. Eyre, Andrews, Fraser, Martyn, Hopkins, Selection Committee ; Messrs. Eyre, Mallett and Fraser Working Com mittee for the Association. The Record wishes the new Club long life and good-luck. The ideal football referee (says a writer in an English paper) should be a man with thin legs, seven leagued boots, a cast-iron constitu tion, eyes on all sides of his head, und some knowledge of the manly art, wherewith to defend bis honest convictions against scu...

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 — 27 June 1903

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial W«rtc of all kinds, .». Rubber Stamps, l' givp: 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 — 27 June 1903

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

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

??''''/_'?' ', ' ? \ ' : ? ' ' '' ? ' ' . Qreat JVfoFtheni Jfotel, BYEON B AY. j ? ' ' ?' .-: ?? ?-? '? - ? ' ? ' .??.??! ?????? -i ! r Sea Side Resort, f I w M» L»EAAI1§ ki Hatfi BYROAI H i ??? ^ ^ '=^=' -— — — ? * ? =J^iEE^Il_a=^=^- ^^_. —=-s- ^ |v: ' . ! V^^ II S^HE GR^AT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most || \^__y |i ! — 'yjl ^« Xf I conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention -;# ivN^s^. I '! c^yy ^ V--^ nas been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. *0 IVv13 i i y // 'I »^ 1 The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are -^ W^N. ' :) /^ (f ( ^« tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony 0# cj ' ^ I | C ^ ^ ^hich is a veritable ' look out ' commanding the most magnificent views of ^ ! ; ^ the Bay and surrounding countiy. After a few moments in this high %% I ?- ? ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^ | ?j wt. come down to the level of ev...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

? i i ^ i i Bypon Bay Hecopd. I i ' ? SPEEDY, }J p»T*o* D^TE. TT^ ANTED Headers of tlio 'vByron Bay Hecord,'' to note the V V Jib, .subscription per year, if paid in advance, is 10s. posted, or 12s. Booked. Subscriptions may bo commenced at iiny time. Give your support fo tbe local paper. I/XUIVALLED AS A.\ AI)Vi:UTISBI\--S HKDIUM.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Football. RANGERS' v. TYAGARAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

Football. RANGERS1 V. TYrAGARAH. ? *o. ? A match was played between the Rangers and a Tyagarah team on Saturday last. The teams consisted of the following players : Rangers. G. Cupitt (captain), W. Balzer, A. Barton, J. Woods, S. Montgomery, G. Fe.nwick, F. Wright, E. Dodd, F. Shmbb, R. Elbra, B. Higgins, K. rower, j? . tfowier, u. Jiiim-a. rya garah : J. Devon (captain), E. Cot tie. S. Hackett, C. Taylor, A Hol lands, Jas. Peate, W. Sing, C. Kuhu, A. Payne, J. Linberg, F. Carter, M. McDean, Eyre. Tyagarah was somewhat handi capped by not having a representa tives team, so that it was by no means surprising that the Rangers should be the victors. Trys were scored by .Balzer, Elbra, Montgomery Fen wick, and Power. Balzer got over the line several times very quickly. The passing was upto date, and there's no doubt the Ran gers played a game equal to any on the Rivers, at all events, they're willing to play any team on the Rivers. Observe the man with the Avhite ribbon. Well 1 We've he...

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DAIRY & FARM. Cattle-Poisoning by Serghum and Kaflir-Cerna [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

[?] Cauic-Poisoiifng I-j $oij»!tu;n and B£»31ir-f:--i-CB ? In a bulletin of tht- Nebraska Ex periment Station Lincoln, U.S.A.. information is yiven on eat!lepoi sonhig by Kaffir-corn and .sorghum Hver since these two pla.its assumed prominence in the region of Nebr aska, Kansis, and the Soiithwrs cattle have died suddenly at times after cropping a. little green or half dried sorghum or Kaffir-corn. Usual- j Jy flic tiM.ihk* has been the most marked when second-growth or some cases the stockman has round his cattle dead within half an hour iifter they had first been turned in-; to the field wen- these plants! were growi.ig. Why tliese two; plants so g'juer.illy useful should; under some circumstances lie so .deadly to cattle has at last been, explained hy this bulletin. We 'juote the following: — 'Soni' throe1 years ago Dr. A. T. l'etei-s arrived; at the following conclusions regard - i ig the loss of cattle from eating green sorghum : 1. Animals do no: die from bloat or indigestion....

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Cable News. LONDON, June 20 [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

(;c\ble J^leWs. Lonuon, .June 20 In connection with the mystery its to the whereabouts of the British forces in Somaliland. it is oflicially stated Hint up to the 11th June bYi of the olliccrs of Brigadier-General Manning's force and !K-7 men had reached Bohoile, where the various parts of the force had been ordered to concent rale. 1 No news has been received of ; Brigadier-General Manning since the ;D')th Instant, but deserters declare |that no attack has been made upon ihiin. ! London, Monday. ! Caroline I/Yyzgodda has been con jvicted at Berlin of having poisoned I four husbands in succession wit!) 'arsenic and of having attempted to 'poison the fifth, and was sentenced ; to death. The Servian Minister for Foreign Affairs, M. Kalievitch ) is deeply in dignant a-t the British Government .holding the present Servian Govt., ?responsible for thg murders of King Alexander and Queen Draga, their olliccrs and Ministers, at Belgrade on the .1.1 instant. The Foreign Minister admits that ...

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HAVE YOU A VOTE ? [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

HAVE YOU A VOTE ? We have been favoured with the following communication from T. T. Ewing, Esq. M.H.R. : To the Editor of the Byron Bay Record. Sir.,— The question of rc--listril-tit,iou of f.lie Fcicriil Electorates in Uic Colony of Nuw Soalh Wiilus is now innler consider iition. Tlirough your uoluiiiiis I desiru to appeal to the whole of the ;uinlh popu lation, male and female, to see that, their names arc on the rolls. I am informed o.V the Minister lor Foreign affairs, that :il every Post Office there is a list of the Electors, and it can be readily discovered it: a.iy omissions have been made from r,he list. The facts concerning the Elec toral strength of the District will he interesting to your readers. The Elec toral Rolls were taken in October 11)02. which show the total males in the District to be !)4'Jli. females to l-u 7470. located as follows : Mai.ks. Fk.m.ai.ks. B-.illina 1-S4:- !4«4. j Lismore 2M12 \\)i,\. j I Twi-ed 1727 1104. i ! The lt;chmoml lS'.IS 1 ;'i( );'». i ...

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