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DAIRY & FARM. Milk Reforms. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

(7\ ^k^Z^ ^^-a|fe. ^ Milk Ucfor -m. The last amendment of thu Eng lish Food and Drugs Act made the addition of any preservative to milk illegal, but there still remain a good many points to thrash out be fore the question of what is or isinot desirable treatment of milk intended for the nutrition of young children can be rega-iied as settled (write? the Hospital). We have ' sterilised milk' and ' pasteurised milk,1' but the precise processes implied by these and many other terms vary with nearly every person who em ploys any one of them. Medical men are constantly being asked by parents which is the more desirable process, and if they are not more frequently consulted also as to whe ther milk should be boiled it is be cause nowadays nearly every care ful housewife takes it for grainei.1 that ordinary milk bought in an open vessel should be boiled before i;we. irrespective of any process to t- which it may have been submitted previously. Each and every milk procedure has in its tarn ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

Quain's pier JKotel. BTKON BAY. Excellent Accommodation. Best Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention Sample aa-! Billiard Kooms. Cxperieneed asid - aieful 4»iooui. Hotel Wagonette aneets ail Arrivals by Sea and Train. VS this Hotel is .situated Dearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms i AS A SUMMER RESORT. ; 1). QUAIN, PROPRIETOR j I JVtarr and J-iixg, \ LATE J. G. LOCKE & CO., ; GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYRON BAY. 'XKW SHII'MKXTS AKWIVINfJ KVKKY HOAT. NKW SH1PMKXTS AHHIVIXG KVKRY BOAT' : \VK JM'Y FOR CASH SO THK PKOL'LK fJKT THE NKNEF1T. Autumn and Winter DRAPERY & Clothing, WHEREAT'S BOOTS. ' ^ ,w . ,,m,i i^. . i 1 i ? .. ? on it o i -? n ? /I KO(. KKl KS anil ironiiiDiitrcry at lowt'st J-isniDn- 1 'rices. (Jail :nnl Inspect mir Stock an* 1^ Prices, before — ? ' ' i I 1 SiMidini,' vniir Mont'V nut -A' liic districi. SPECIALITY. ? AH orders will receive prompt attention. ! i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

G[FGat jVforthcFH JfoteL BYEO N B A Y. t_Sea Side Resort. j_ j i ^ ? ? ii !' I McU^^'§ «KiHnTFi _ BYROrt i ## #* aiadi n»*rv » p^ haw **- ! ! i« ? ? ^ 1 : 1 Ui |p SjHE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most m ^S^ 7 1 ^^^y/j\ XX TV i conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention ^ w^__^ -=s^yJ\ ^ V./ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ unN^^o ' ! //]*[ ^ ^^ie Senera^ arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are $& \ \V ' f u ( ^¥ tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony ^ ) \) n. ' ^ ^§ which is a veritable ' look out ' commanding the most magnificent views of XX *J ^ ! ^ the Bay and surrounding country'. After a few moments in this high *&-;' ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^ ; X)X come down to the level of every day things. Without doubt the Croat &% ' PP Northern Hotel takes a high place amongst the hosteler...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

^ ? 1STTE W Fast, Express Bi-Wcckl -^ Service to Sydney. THE (TOcoiTIlNE (Oldest Established Line running fror this district.) THE NEW STEAMERS 'CAVANBA ' A 'DORRIOO .'' The New, Powerful, Electric-lighted Hijih-class and Up-io-date s.s 'Cav *Wy JP°k-n* (carries British Boar- of Irade Equipment and Passenger Cer tificato.) The -Cnvanba' has a lar* promenade deck, social hall, »mokin- room, hot and cold sea-water baths, { handsomely furnished -salooiw and two berth cabins. Leaves Sydney kv»--|' -ri-Ksi.Av,at KM) p.m.. fo* Bvron B:n willinff at Newcastle only, due at Byroi iiav about noon on Thursday Leave again kvkkv satukmav. at t' p.m.. aw is due in Sydney on Mon lav at 4 a.m frn q ?W **' 'D«»''8:o,' 4' Mi torn Jrom Sydney fkimav kvkxix«, and leave *'?? , WollH»iibin/» ? -Tweed Rive ?ni'l Sydney about cvuvy eight days. Fares.— Saloon : Return £2 Ids. Fore-Cabin ]()s. each way. „. J A sen is at Msnioic: Iliiidiitaish 4c Dunn, Auctioneer etc.. who have plan of C.ibins and cai book be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / t-. 3. Dareljam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. F AND and General Commission Agent -1_J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). R, W. Thompson, JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. MULMJIYIBIIUBY. A UCTIONS held and Properties for l\- Private Sale in all parts of the Biy 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. | LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will lie prewired to receive Cream at the new Faotorv. Jiisnior«. com mencing WEDNESDAY'. 3rd DECEM BER. 1002. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. ? | R 6. EWTNG, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, M U K W 1 ij I.. II M K A B! . Swum Valsmitor im-U-r llonl Property Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., /'I ET your Visiting Cards printed \JT at the 'Byrox...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

BYRON BAY. E. AUDSLEY ? ^ Late It. Camwood, There is always xjl 1^ A. l.jJuJ 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. IT 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 ;li;it overy line quoted elsewhere is to be bought at the same price at the Imperial Store, Coriier of Johnson and Shirly S; reels. Irs. J. Joyce, f UP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, Week. ITIEI.BOTJRNE PAPERS. Leader and Saturday. andthe BYRON BAY RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocer}*, Ironmongery Drapery, Fancy Goods. All kinds of Patent Medicine. BAKER AND CON...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

NEWS AND NOTES. During the absence of the Sultan of Snln on a visit to Borneo and Singapore (says the Sim Us Binted) one ot his most, nnu;n..fi-,i ,i. .-.„,. '; V — j-« .. vyi 4i.i i i.i a i us mane a novel proposition to Co ton el Wal lace, m charge of the American torces here He suggested to the Colonel that he select an equal num ber of picked American soldiers to meet 1000 of his men in a match gh . The dato said that he had no hard feelings against the Americans but wanted to bring off the ^ m«nuy.as a sporting proposition. He desired to arrange this affair 1 n I i Vx a,1Ul fc,° Jmve a suitable bateheld selected where spectators could ob ain a -^ood view of the fight ColoneHValace replied that he was very sorry that he would be unable to arrange tor the fight, but that American ideas of the value f human life were such that it would * impossible. He assured the dato 1^:e^'tlMtifathoiistiiidA^: -cms should ever meet an cm-il umber of Moros U!-1{,ei. a ' h^';1 f'il0's' t™7. rouh[...

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THE JOYS OF FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

THE .IOVS OF FOOTBALL. ? : -. ? In a recent Victorian gam- of lotjiiiall— jhat great national winter pnstnm. — a player in the cours ? of a little -scninni.igo ' had his eye cut -p«.'ii, h:s shoulder lacerated, and hisl - hiri ton, to ribbons. As he came 'lithe field with his face covered.' .vith gore a sympathising friend tak-l ug him by the arm, said :— 'Myi ?m-..i.i, i .mi, oiu teiiow, what an aw !'-'l I've ! There's a doctor in the1 pavilion, you had better come and: j'ii't him look at it.' -Hang the eye !i paid Jom, us he wij.ed his cheek' iwith the back ,,f his hand. 'ho(-k^ ;at my shirt '. ' ;

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SCENE IN THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

SCENE IN THE ASSEMBLY. One ot the most disgraceful scenes that has occurred in the Assembly tor many years took place on 2oth mat. Mr. Norton repeatedly referred to Mr Broughton as a 'rat/' and at ?ast told bun to get back to his hole. :.ui. .orougiiton then said Mr. Norton was a ' social leper,' shortly era .phasing his estimate of the editor of ://'///// by calling him a b ? cur and ;some viJe terms. Mr. Norton, amicli ,u scene ol great confusion and dis-! ?p*k'i\ crossed the Chamber, and! .struck ;\Ir. Broughton several blows' '-n the head. Honorable members' who were somewhat slow to «r,.as|)i cue situation, separated the combat jfints. Tlie Speaker named Mr. Nor ton, and on the motion of the Pre jmier he was expelled for the sittings :-Ur. l-iruughtun was allowed to go ur.pun.b-hed but made the usual apology.

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Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

^able News. London, Monday. Ihe Lmperor William of Germany has despatched a cordial telegram of congratulation to Kino- peter of Servia. The Austrian Government are re suming diplomatic relations with Servia. King Peter has decided to have the body of the late King Alexander -~.«iwiCU wiui run religious and military ceremonial. King Peter has issued a proclama tion granting an amnesty of all members of the Servian Press for political oitences. While the Parisian police were endeavouring to arrest a prominent anarchist, they discovered in the house pictures, tapestry, and ancient arns m value exceeding £40,000 I wo women barred the narrow stair case which the anarchist ascended, uid enabled him to escape by the I'OOf. ft. IS lwilinv/wl *k, ? ? ~~ .„ wv-iicvcu tut; man is a receiver for international thieves. I General Manning, in Somaliland has reached Jiohotlo without opposi tion. The whole of the Mudii' district, and to the south, has been relinquished. The pressure of the Abyssini...

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THE RELEASE OF GEORGE DEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

THE RELEASE OF -;EOR-;f I-EA.\. I (!i'«»rge Dean, who is at present an jiiiinare 'f a country gaol, where the (Worst and most notorious criminals jiire kept imprisoned, and whose '-?'nduct during his incarceration is considered by the authorities to have been satisfactory, and in view of ?liis fact he has been granted the usual concession of a partial remiss-] ion of his sentence of fourteen vesn-ts I Me will be liberated in about eight een months, by which time he will have served about nine years. The; sensational incidents o'f his trial, and the great diversity of opinion which existed among the public1 iurmg the earlier stages as to whe-l Lher Dean was really the unfortun-! ite victim of a scheming wife, or »ne of the very worst 'stamp' ofi A-ould-be-murderers— a slow poi-'i loner— will be well remembered. !!

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL On Wednesday last the Manage ment of -the E.S. and A. Bank, opened #Branch, both at 'Bangalow and Mullumbimhy. Last year the Bank commenced operations in the towns mentioned by establishing a weekly Agencj1- for the transaction of all banking.' business, under the control jiff Mr. A. E. Brown, their success .has been such as to now warrant the permanent establish ment of the Branches and speaks well for the prosperity of the district. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Banner and family left by the s.s. Cavanba last Saturday on a trip to Sydney, and on their return they will reside at Billinudgel. On the previous even ing the regalia mentioned by Mr. Brown at Mr. Banner's farewell social, was presented at the Lodge meeting (United Grand Order of Oddfellows) It is handsome, and may be seen at Mr. Gus. Harrison's, in whose care it has been left. It is the regalia of those filling the office of Past Noble. Father, one of the highest in the order. Letters have beeu received from Mr. W...

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Telegraphic NEWS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

Telegraph J^Ws. Sydney, Thursday. Ihe censure motion was defeated by a majority of 6;3 to 42. Mr. J. Kiricpatrick says the capital sites commission has not and will not recommend any site, but when the Government gets the report in it may reduce the proposed sites to two. Dr. McCarthy began his rainmak ing demonstration at Broken Hill I ast n igh t. He says h e d raws clou d s clown from hundreds of miles. In accordance with the result of the local option poll many hotels in New Zealand were closed yesterday. The rich goW find at Pratten (near Warwick, Queensland) goldh'eld pro mises to develop into something ex traordinary. | Another case of smallpox has oc curred at haunceston.

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SAD DEATH OF MR. A. ERICKSON, First-Mate s.s. CAVANBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

SAD DEATH OF MR. A. ERICKSON, First-Mate s.s. CAVANBA. A sad and sudden fatality occurred on board the s.s. Cavanba on Friday morning, the First Mate, Alexis Erickson, at half-past five on the previous evening, while working complained to Captain Hunter of pains across his chest, and the Cap- tain told him to cease work, this the Mate did, but at 7.30 o'clock resumed work again. At 10 o'clock he com- plained again and Captain Hunter gave him a stimulant, and sent (at the request of the sick man) for Dr. Delph Singh (Indian doctor) who attended and said Captain Hunter had acted rightly in administering the stimulant and he would see the patient in the morning. The Chief Steward and Stewardess remained with Mr. Erickson, the Captain giv- ing orders to be called should he be required. No fatal result was even   remotely anticipated, as the illness was simply regarded as a severe at-   tack of indigestion. But at about ?.30 on Friday morning Mr. Erick- son appe...

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OBITUARY. MR. P. E. BALZER. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 July 1903

OBITUARY. MR. P. E. BALZER. We regret having to record the   death of Mr. P. E. Balzer, of Casino, which sad event took place on the evening of the 26th July. The cause of death was blood-poisoning. De-   ceased was a very prominent resi- dent of Casino, and took his full share of public duties, having held the position of Alderman for a num- ber of years. He took great interest in sport, and was a staunch Forres- ter. Deceased, who leaves a widow   and family, was a brother of Mr. C. Balzer, of Lismore, and Mr. G. Bal- zer, of our town.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

}(, Xvemtt, Baker Confectioner, and Senegal Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY, -- A Clioic«- and U|--to-I-:tt-; Slock always on view. M DRAPERY, Hr GROCERY, M/^m. BOOTS & SHOES, ^V^ CLOTHING, Jf^ HOSIERY, ^ IRONMONGERY, ^L etc., etc. Millinery and Dressmaking Done at shortest notice. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d, per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byiou Bay. ... | Execute* all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. (panto of all Descriptions.

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WOMEN OF FIFTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

WOMEN OF FIFTY. ' We can hardly realise what an outdoor life and outdoor .shorts have done for middle-aged women until ^. we gaze, on a couectio.i of gowns worn by their feminine progenitors. ' One may well believe that oft lokl tale of tying the siayiaces to the bedpost in order to pull the stays in sufficiently : and even thus, those scant-skirted, straight-bodied 'gowns look as if designed tor maidens whose slender formes had been crushed in the embrace of the iron Virgin before a lining; but tennis, golf, horseback exercise, and the wheel have changed all that. ' To-day, the typical woman oi' 50 is possessed of ripe beauty, charm t and intellect. Her face duss not ex hibit the unwritten page of lovely 1() ; and it is inscribjd with the .sensitive, beautiful lines of character thought, experience, and sympathy, out no disfiguring wrkikU'.-.. 'It is generally conceded by wrinkle-specialists thai this bane of womankind arises principally from the indulgence of moons, of temper, dis...

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ON A Summer Day. CHAPTER IV. HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

— ON— fl Summer Day. CHAPTER IV. HIS WIFE. V Ronald she had never heard § again. Of course he had not sought her. She laid not t tried to seek him. He had sinned, but his innocent victim — his second wife— Ethel resolved, ' should not suffer. The secret of that Scotch marriage sho would carry with her to her grave. At times, when she recalled the events .at Intervelochy,. eighteen months ago, she blamed herself. Had she been too forward ? Had she mistaken merely a man's pass ing passion for love ? Had she not so soon yielded to her own, would Ronald's passion have died out? It could not have been very deeproot ed, since so soon lie had been per suaded to leave her. These were long ago thoughts. By this time, Ethel rarely thought about it ; and it was tar, very tar from her mind, when she was ushered into a cosy study in the Byianston Square house, where, al immediatelj', there entered a grace ful little lady, so fair, so childlike, and so pretty, that Ethel found it hard to believe ...

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Burial of Sir HECTOR Macdonald. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

Burial of Sir Rector Macdonald. ? C\ ? Not a sound in the air, not a foot in the streets, As the hero of Scotland was hurried At the dawning of day to his bed in the clay, Like a criminal, secretly hurried. All asleep was the town as we followed the hearse To the grave were our soldier was taken, And our tears for the dead burned the cheek like lead AS W(! hlinnirlll, nf Hf-ir-ilmniM #n..Jnl..nii Not a flag -not a mort-cloth enveloped the dead, Not a symuol of glory or battle : And the service is brief, while we weep in our grief As the clods on his coffin lid rattle. In a place at a time more befitting a crime Than great deeds that compel adora tion, Bid we furtively spread the red earth on his bed Who had bled for his King and his nation. What has Scotland to do with the spite of a few, Who entrap giant's hoiiLs in their quar rels 'i Not a charge in the world at a man can be hurled That would rob such a life of its laurels. From a:i Exchange.

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Poetry and Fiction. When Heath-bells Wave. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

[ tJ#eJ4f and ^tcfon. \ 09fy?n t^ath-bells 09a\)e. The leaves of the lightwood were tender green And a brighter tinge on the gums was seen ; The scent of the wattles was in the air. When the heath-bells waved on the hill side fair. Through the grey old gum-trees a silver gleam And a rippling murmur revealed the sfream, Half-hidden in moss and in maiden-hair. When the heath-bells waved on the hill side fair. Over the range came a man and a maid, And they lingered long in the lightwood shade. For sweet was the love- tale he whispered there When the heath-bells waved on the hill side fair.

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