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

? BYRON BAY. E. AUDSLEY ? *- Late k. Gtrimwood, There is always J\. ^ /A I J Pj on at tlie Imperial Store. Three requisites for success are always to be found there. An extensive and Up=to=date stock. Moderate Prices. ! IT is quite IMPOSSIBLE in the limited space of an advertisement to quote the price? of ihe thousand and one articles sold, j 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 Shirly Streets. i I i Midi Ji JDyGuy r UP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM. SIDNEY PAPEBSS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, AYeek. MEI.BOliK.'VE PAPERS. I Leader and Saiurday. anVe BYRON BAY RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery. Fancy (ioods. All. kinds of Patent, Medicine. ' ' | BAKER AND CONFECTI...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, 13d per lb. Bacon, (Sd to Sid per lb. BRISBANE MARKETS. ?gutter, 13d. per lb. ? Bacon 7id to 8M per lb. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Butter, 12d to 13d. per lb. Bacon, .S.Ul per lb.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

C5u6»-«'i; of S'iisjrJaiBd. Vanish Of Bykox Bay. Sunday. June 28ih, I'M). No 'Services on account of the Vicar's abs.'iiC'..1 at Synod. ednyin j. dodd. Bjjnnt Bait BctortrJ HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES1 RIGHTS: MAINTAIN, ] UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBEO BY CAIN; | | HERE PATKIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PdECUPTsj DRAW, i ! PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. i I _^ ? ? __ ? I i SATURDAY. JL'XI-: 27. !.n:i. ;

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

FAREWELL SOCIAL ? ?(?). ? A surprise social was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Banner on Thurs day evening, in the School of Arts. as a farewell prior to their departure from the Bay. About a score of personal friends attended and spent a pleasant evening.' Mr. J. E. Glas gow occupied the chair. rj The Ohairnr.in on rising said it had 'i--.wjii^ an iija.iuiiii.Mi (.Ogive Vait' dictory send-off's, which were usuaih well-attended, lint in this ca.se he had to apo!igi/.e for .such a few Ij.jml present that evening, this he c »n sidered die to thysh o:-t notic ?. He had much pleasure in calling upon the leaders of the v.irious institu tions to sp-.i!- on lr.-hili: of tlieiij s tcieties. in all of which Mr. B.inneij had been a in »s,t active and valuable; member. 11 ? then called upon Mr .Jarman p vsident o!' the Ki;le Club, i Mr. Jannan .-poke in high term-1 --f M;\ 15, tnn \- a-; a worker and M'o-: gre.ssive; eiti/. -n and he w is sorrv i hat Mr. B inner was leaving, afte; working up h...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BYRON BAY JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 27 June 1903

BYRON BAY JOCKEY CLUB. ? .o' ? A meeting of the committee of I he above Club ''was held in the Great Northern Hotel on Saturday evening last, for the purpose of finally settling up. Th-- President (J. W. Banner) occupied the chair. Mr. M. McLean, j,i the absence of Mr. O'Mara. acted as s-cretary. The minutes of the previous meeting were present -d and con'irmed. The Acting Secretary then wc:ir through the accounts, which were passed, with the exception of oi:e. The Treasu !?;?:? informed the mem bers of the Club .bar they had had £1')'), and from that had been -k- (kic'.e.l the prize money auiouni:n jo £02. the casual accounts, j'LSi pas.s-'d. were still to be deducted therefrom, which would leave the Club with a substantial balance, and their financial position was sat isfactory. Mr. McL-an referred in scathing terms to i he ivporc of their Annual Riice-niectiiig. which had been p:ib ished in the Tweed Adioculc and : was a ss'iiiviloHs and unmerited ai ? ;:ick on t:ie olmiaSs of t!...

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 — 27 June 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL       Mr. Elbra in now in full swing1 at the- General Blacksmith and Coach- building Establishment be has pur- chased from .J. V. Banner, and which: has been so favourably known as the ' Byron Bay Coach Works. Mr. Elbra trusts to merit, the support of the town and district by strict attcn- tion to business and good work. Mr. Elbra also contemplates establishing     (should sufficient inducement offers a Saddlery aid Harness shop; in connection with bis present! business, and no doubt the growing needs of town and district will soon offer the inducement required. Go to H. Everitt's for new Voiles, new Serges, new Cashmeres, Tweeds, and blouse llannellettes. fancy strip ed llannellettes and plaids. A first class autumn and winter stock', large variety to choose from. A sale now on.*1 We have been reliably informed that Mr. Quain has written, through j the Secretary, to the Byron Bay Jockey Club, request...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

}{. Everitt, Baker Confectioner, and general Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY. — A Choice and BJp-to-Dafe Stock always on view. \ ft DRAPERY, mr grocery, Mfac. BOOTS & SHOES, ^%_ CLOTHING, M ^ HOSIERY, ? IRONMONGERY, ^^ etc., etc. millinery and Dressmaking Done at shortest notice. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. — 1« .s * *j PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. . Executes all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. (panfts of all Descriptions.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

AFUN.^ The Biter Bit. — The clever young man was wandering up and down the platform of the railway station, intent on finding an empty carriage in the express which, was almost due to start. But, alas ! his search was in vain. Still, it is difficult to disappoint a clever young man when he has set his mind on getting something. An idea occurred to him, and, assuming an official air, he stalked up to the last carriage, and cried in stentorian voice : ' All change here ; this carriage isn't going ! ' There were exclamations low but deep from the occupants of the crowded compartments ; but never theless they scurried out of the car riage- and packed themselves away in other parts of the train. The smile on the face of the young man was childlike and bland as he settled himself spaciously in a ' corner of the empty carriage, and lit a cigar. 'Ab,' he murmured, 'its a grand thing for me that I was born clever. I wish they'd hurry up and start.' Presently the stationmaster put his bead in...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Useful Hints. FANCY-WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

0^ - FANCY-WORK. Ir One of the latest fancies (says a r; con temporary) is huckaback darning. , This work, is used for a variety of purposes, and is really most interest k ing. The materials required are ' ' simply a good linen huckaback, towel and various skeins of coloured wash ing silks. The little criss-cross pat tern on the towelling is followed out carefully with the coloured silks, * and an exceedingly pretty effect it* produced. If you examine the ma .. t^Ani.il wt«i tiri 1 1 uua of Anna t. h«if. i \\(* ?' IClitlX \\Jkl TTlli OVC UIU UUVV- UUl*« U«v threads are formed into a simple f plait after the style of canvas. You I can execute cross-stitch designs of every description ; and, in fact, there is no end to the variety of f:: stitches which will look effective. When finished this metamorphised huckaback towel may be used for a number of useful, ai-ticbs. In the first place it makes particularly nice ties for gentlemen, and wears and washes well. Again, it may be called int...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON A Summer Day. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) THE MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

—ON— R Summer Day. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) THE MYSTERY. r^ UNNY was the dawn which tBS broke the next morning, and ,Or lightso-ne was Ethel's heart '''{ as she dressed after a night of sweet wakenings, and sweeter dreams. In less than a week her .holidays would be over, she would be back at (he drudgery of the High school ; vet she chirued and sans as erailv as the lark. She. loved, and was be loved. She was Ronald McAlpine's wife. No drudgery in the world could depress her any more. Besides, was it not only for a littlo time ? Ronald had told her his own story, to excuse that Scotch wedding, which was not quite true. Not a word had he whispered of the anger of the laird. Early was she out on the heights, on the shore, her gaze turned ofte11 in the direction of Skeydhu. Bu there was no Ronald. Noon came and passed. Ethel re turned to the cottage a little dispi rited. Something had detained him, but he would come. Of course he would come. If not now, at dusk, as he had often done. ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry and Fiction. By the Sands of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

[?] By % §ands of tfye Sea. | ? 0 ? . ! Sails— and a Sea of Gold ! | And my lover's strong hand I hold, | While my wild tears rise 'i! As the daylight dies— f I fear for my lover with fears untold, '% For he sails away | At the close of day f On that shimmering Sea of Gold. £' Oh, treacherous Sea of Gold ! { Sails^and a Sea of Green. l: And I think of that parting scene. ;. As alone I stand :. KJll mis wmu-uiuwu aiiiuuu '-. With my heart a-dread with foreboding keen. ; . For, thongh fondly he swore To meet me once more : On the shore of this Sea of Green ? Thou'rt greedy, oh Sea of Green ! Sails— and a Sea of Grey ! And a world to match, as I pray 'Neath the darkening sky That my lover and I May meet again on that golden day When, all partings o'er, We shall fear no more : That lonely, grim Sea of Grey. Oh, desolate Sea of Grey ! Sailsr-and a Sea of Black. And the winds work ruin and wrack. Again I stand here With a deadly fear— ' Oh, love, my love, why com'st thou not back'?' But m...

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 — 4 July 1903

TENDERS;' nnENDEKS will be received up to I the 11th July for the erection of a fourteen-roomed building at Mullumbimby. Plans and Specification at, GLASGOW & SON. ? BY ? AUCTION. ON SATURDAY, Ilth JULY 1903. At 2-30 p.m. NEAR MULLUMBIMBY. ?Q W. THOMPSON Jun. & CO., A_\i9 have been instructed by Messrs J. & A. McKay, to sell by Auction, at their residence Main Arm, on Saturday 11th July at 2-30 p.m. The whole of their dairy herd, consisting of : — Milkers. Springers, and young stock. Horses. Pigs. Poultry. ' Furniture. Auctioneers Note : — The Auctioneers have inspected this herd and have no hesitation in assuring intending buyers that they are a choice lot, and are for genuine sale as the owners have disposed of their Lease and are leaving the District. Terms — are cash before removal.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS _ AXD — -»-'ii-»r;il Blacksmith, [KstnblishiMl 1*!'1.J ? «» ? 'T^KHICLES made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best X quality of Material only used. Repairs. Repainting and Trimming done on the Premises. Sulkios and Spring Carts built equal to Sydney. Old Vehicles taken in l^xchange. Call or send for Prices before sending out of the District. HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices and Full Particulars. W. ELBRR, Proprietor. (Late J. W. BANXER.) Agent for Pottie it Son's. Horse Medicines.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. July 2 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. July 2 1903. Cavanba s.sfi73 tons, Captain J. H. Hunter from Sydney. Passengers Mesuames. Steadman, Wearno, Pittigrew, Osborne, Bradbury, Page and child. Misses Robb, Hayfcer, Corry, Harlon, Bradbury. Messrs. Delph Singn, Marr, Cafti'n, Russell, Kyle, Harrigan, Johnson, Dnn dai, Lillie, Speer.s, Ford, Rose, Skelton, Mast, Brooks, Skelton, Howell, Harris^ ? Williams, Weame, Howell, Bradbury, Masters Nicoll (2), and 12 Steerage. FREIGHT. 200 Tons General Merchandise, one Horse. REPORT, Left Sydney at 10.15 p.m. on the 3(Jrd Called at the usual Ports and arrived in Byron Bay at 2 p.m. on the 2nd Experienced strong N. W. winds with fine clear weather.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

Items of Interest. Dr. McCarthy the rain maker ar rived at Broken Hill last Sunday and was cheered by a large crowd. He said he would start work on Wed nesday, anil have rain by Saturday. There must be a flood at Broken Hill to-day. Arrangements are being made to start relief works at Broken Hill in Di'der to find employment for the men thrown out of work by the stoppage of the mines owing to the want of water. Mr. Wragge intimates that thej issue of forecasts will cease at, the end of this month, if this State de clines to further contribute funds. ! The Premier (Sir John See.) hasj expressed considerable annoyance atj the circulation of the report that the! Xew Smith Wales Government had! repudiated the arrangement to pay; the second moiety of the £800 to wards the upkeep of Wragge's Wea-: ther Bureau, and says the statement' was unwarranted and untrue. j The outbreak of smallpox atLaun ceston, is rather serious, interfering with shipping and other business. Great precautions are ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

Church of Englaml. Parish Op Byrox Bay. Sunday, July otb, lflOH. Billinudgel 11 a.m. Myocum 2.30. p.m. Mnllumbimby 7.1)0 p.m. EDWIN J. DODD.

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The Butter Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

The ISulK'i Trade. An important conference, the our-, come of which should lie in the interests of the producer and retailer; ? if butter, .was held at the Queen's Hall. Pitt-st, on the the 22nd instant. '? The conference was called at thei instance of the detail Grocers' and. Storekeepers' Association, the coun cil of which has for a long while . * i i I ? ? ? actively endeavoured io minimise: die disabilities under which the re rail trader labours in the purchase and sale of one of the most import-] ant a: tides of universal consumption Having met representatives of rhej _'i-eat body of agents, and endeavour! without success to secure a reason -j ible pledge, which would safeguard! i he'ii against the abuses practised or! winked at by the wholesale butter! trade, the council succeeded in ar-' ranging a conference with the; Coastal Farmers' Association. The! c inference was a cordial one. The, Grocers' Association aimed at rhej tbolitiou of the farthing rise audj fall, iin I the se...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presbyterian Church of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

Presbyterian Church of Australia. Sunday, July, 5th. 1D08. Bangalow 1.1 a.m. Springvale 2.80 p.m. Byron Bay (Masonic Hall), 7.80 p.m. REV. CHAS. H. HAINS. Go to H. Everitt's for new Voiles1 new Serges, new Cashmeres, Tweeds, and blouse flannellettes, fancy strip ed flannellettes and plaids. A first class autumn and winter stock, large variety to choose from. A sale now on.* Bgrxm Hag ; %ttm :ir, HERB SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHT* MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUSNOB AND UNBRIBEO BY OAIN | HERB PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIOIONt| LOYALTY, AND LAW. 'SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1903.

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DISEASED BANANAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

DISK A S V. D !U X AX A S. The following letters, received byi '.Mr. A. Mannn md. Hose, Vale, lYoini the Department of Mines a:. :l Agri culture, may prove of interest to banana-growers of the district, ;;s; they contain some information and* advice relative to the fruit : — Subject: — Diseased Bananas f.-:- warded for ex.itninat ion and advice.; Reply : — 'Tiie Government Patho logist states that the specimens show! ? i I n v 11 1'lii ii t ofiiWlll ill' ! Ui-» iMininu! .Eoeospoi'ium musariini, a fungus! related to the Kipe Rot fungus of] tiie a]»ple and other fruits. ? It is however unfo; tunately im-; po.-sible for him to say whether this! fungus, which appears so luxuri-j aully on that par; of the specimens] forwarded to this ollice for exainin-! ation, is the p.iniary or sole cause ol ! the disease. | H ? strongly s-ispcc-ts rhat there is! some oilier cause at work. W you; will lie so good as to forward entire plants, small plants of course, in-; eluding an abundauc of roots, he...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

COMMENTARIES. It ought to be a consolation to our Railway League and off-shoots to know that the shoe is beginning to pinch. A Graf ton scribe waxes quite plaintive and groans through the columns of a contemporary that : ' Jealousy is carried to an extreme pitch when a deputation has actually been arranged to oppose a line from Graf ton that will run through dis tricts m an entirely opposite direction to the Richmond.' and, likewise,! cries out at the animosity displayed by public men of the Richmond. Clarence people do not like the alert ness of our public men, but that's nothing ! We want a line that will connect with the interior, that will benefit settled populous districts, not a line running along the coast through country to be populated in the future. Acres and acres of land are held by syndicates who are booming the North Coast line for all they are worth, not for the good of the State but for the purpose of accummulatingp'ersonal wealth. The Railway Commissioners have esti...

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