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

'fit* %P** $*£ %*&*&' CIRCULATIHCJARCEWJHROUCHOUTJHE DISTRICT. ®. %. IDareljam, q BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. 1 T' AND and General Commission Agent I i Commissioner for Affidavits. * LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). = K- W, Thompson, - JUN., & CO., k Auctioneers and Land Agents. lmilAITMBIMBI'. A UCTIONS held and Propertiee for 1Jl_ Private Sale in all parts of the Big Scrub and Tweed River Districts. A Y large list of properties to select from. * Sugar Rebate, and Land and In- \t come Tax, returns made out and forwarded. NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. [ — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factory, Lisniore. com mencing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER, 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWING, ' Auctioneer, Commission Agent, Sec. Government Assessor, MVKWILLUIflBAIf. Sworn Valuator under Kcal Property Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., GET your Visiting Cards printed ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Maud Muller in the City. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

JMaud Muller in \\\i (;ity. Maud Muller on a summer's day Set a hen in a brand new way. (Maud, you see, was a city girl, Trying the rural life a whirl.) She covered a box with tinsel gay, Lined' it snugly with new mown hay, Filled it nicely with eggs, and then Started to look for a likely hen. Out of the Hock selected one, And then she thought her work was done. It would have been, but this stubborn hen Stood up and cackled '' Ka-doot,1' and then Maud Muller came and in hurt surnise Looked coldly into the creature's eyes ; Then tied its legs to the box. ' You bet I know how to make you set.' But still it stood, and worse and worse Shrieked forth its wrongs to the universe. Kicked over the box with tinsel gay And ignominiously napped away, Then a bad boy over the barnyard fence, Tee-heed : '' Say, Maud, there's a differ ence Tween hens, you know, and it is that One says ''Ka-doot?' the other Kat-dat ! ' And ever since that historic day She blushes in an embarrassed way To think of th...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

I 'XfJE W Fast, Express Bf- Weekly --1-N Service to Sydney. THE C. W. NIGOLL LINE (Oldest Established Line running fiom this district.) THE NEW STEAMERS '-AVA1\BA' & 'DORRICiO.' The New, Powerful. Electric- limited. H '-'h-clas8 and U|)-1o-date ss tk Cav 'nrJ-ai' tiUU.ton- (carries British Board ot Lrvia Equipment, and Passenger G\t tilc.ite.) The 'Cavanba' has a lar«'i promenade deck, social hall, smokin room, hot and cold sea-^ater baths, is, handsomely ri.rni^hed -saloons and two lierMi cabins. Leaves Sydney K-.i-in Ti-KSHAV, at 10.3 I p.m., for Byron Bay billing sit Newcastle only, due 'at Bvron Bay about noon on Thursday. Lew aj-am KVKirv juti-uhav. at 7. i).m., and - is due in Sydney on Mon *:iy at 4 a.m The Now s.s. 'Dorri^o,' 4.10 tons from Svdney KIMfiAV BVK.MNfi, and leave Byron Bay for Sydney tu:skvv. C, p.m. S.S. ' Wollu nbin,' -Twcud River and Sydney about every ei^ht days. Fares.— Saloon : Return £2 Ids. Fwrv-Cal-in !-»«. each way. Agent* at I,i*more: Hindiliar...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

BRIEF MENTION. Mr. Carruthers1 remarks re the Labou:- party : — '* A tyrant can spring from the class which serves-: just as easily as from the class which rules, and to-day the minority which has gained power in this State is as truly a conservative tyrami}' dyf}r ing the true principles of a liberal democracy us ever ruled in any age in our Empire's existence.' The Imperial Stores are still in the front rank with the best and most up-to-date stock. Your require ments well-known from long experi ence and provided for. In our Grocery Department will be found the best assortment of best brands, V best stock for all seasons.* i Two hundred Roman Catholics at. I Strasburg, who were enraged at the | victory of the Socialists in the | elections to the Reichstag, attacked 1 the Jewish shops in the city, stoning 1 the Jews and also some Protestants. I The military intervened and sup- j pressed the disorder. King Peter of Servia is willing to banish, on military pensions, the assassins of t...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

SCHOOL OF ARTS, BYRON BAY. 1 TREMENDOUS ATTRACTION *? One Night Only. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15th, 1903. First appearance of /Pbe Marvellous ^ofricfts' Instrumentalists, Vocalists, Bell ringers, National Dancers, and HUMORISTS, headed by the Famous Dramatic Soprano, I ALICE CORRICK. i ALICE CORRICK. ^ Undoubtedly the Finest Combina- *: tion that ever appeared south of the Line. c Prices 3s. 2s. and Is. bo^al Onara bod^, a NO. 22'.). M.U.I.O.O.F. ^INITIATORY BALL,^ ON THURSDAY; lfith JULY, 11)03. In \\\q School of qAt\s.i Double Tickets 5s. Single Tickets !?'-/- GOOD MUSIC. ' ] Commencing -S p.m. t W. D. BAILEY, Sec. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received up to the 11th July for the erection of a fourteen-roomed building at Mullumbimby. Plans and Specification at, GLASGOW & SON. THE LEADING Painless Dentists, Victoria Buildings I*IS1?1OKI3. SOLICITOR, &c, AM) Commissioner for Affidavits for New South. Wales and Queensland , MURWILLUMBAH. ~V\JL\Aj attend all Courts in the Dis VV t...

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BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The usual monthly meeting of the Progress Association was held in the School of Arts, on Thursday 2nd inst. There were present Messrs. J. E. Glasgow (President, in the chair), 0. B. Wareham (Hon. Sec), D. Jar man, King, Balzer, Jackson, and several others. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed on the motion of Mr. Jarrnaii, seconded by \r.. 11.1.... Air. naizer. CORRESPONDENCE. OUTWARDS. ? To John Strauss, Esq. Tenteriield, acknowledging re ceipt of letter re Richmond and Clarence Electorates, and stating that at the Progress Association meeting of the D tli June, if, was resolved to co-operate with Tenterfield in the matter named, viz., in objecting to the re-distribution of the Electorates. ? To K. D. Meagher, Esq. M.L.A., conveying the names of five residents uominatnil by the Association as Trustees for Reserve 851)2! I, Cape Byron, the following were the Trustees' nominated : Messrs. John E. Glasgow, David Jarman, Owen B. W...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. July 2 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. July 2 1903. Cavanba s.so7H tons, Captain J. H. Hunter from Svdney. Passengers Mesnames. Black, 'VY right and child. Fletcher, Costin, Martin, Nelson. Misses Proudfoot. Fletcher, Baillie, Blake, Hogan, Shea. Cochrane, Messrs. Nelson. Martin, Dick, Hoolahan, McReynold, McLeash, Her ring, Turner A. Nicoll, Playford Robin son, Master Rose and !) steerage. FREIGHT. lf)0 Tons General Merchandize, one Prize Bull. REPORT, Left Sydney at 10.1 ?- p.m. on the 7th Called at the usual Ports and arrived in Byron Bay at 1 p.m. on the 'Jth Experienced Light westerly winds with fine weather and smooth sea. Bgrmt Bag Becinft. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHT8 MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNDRIBED BY OAIN | HERE PATRIOT TROTH HER OLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATURDAY, JULY ll,,l!)0;{.

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

SW1XB FEVER The outbreak of swine, fever, ori what the Aimvic.ius call ' hog chol-j era,' will force upon r,s in Australia] a more rational system of managing pii-s. It is perhaps well that this destructive disease should have made its appearance before \\v had entered seriously upon the pigbreed ing business. We have been content in leave the vast resources of ihe ' iio' business' undeveloped, not lieeau.st; we have been better em ploved, but because as a community w ? do not favour the pig, and we ;i -. not .skilled in tho management .if this farm animal. If it had been otherwise, and we had entered large ly upon swine-breeding according to our methods of management, the introduction of the disease would have amounted to a great disaster. As it is, proper regulations and sup ervision will prevent the disease from destroying any great propor tion of our limited swine herds, and as the industry increases it will do so under conditions calculated to pre vent a serious outbreak in the...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

COMMENTARIES. MR. EWING, M.H.R. has been ex ceptionly busy lately over the Sugar Bonus Bill, -which is going through the House. ? This is a Bill in which sugar-growers are, of course, deeply interested in, and in their interests Mr. Ewing is not sparing himself. That the people notice so little what their representative does for them is - because he fills a position where any* mistake is noted and remembered, 1 while scrupulous attention and hard 1 work is taken as a matter of course, ] it requires great patience and much - virtue to conscientiously fill the] situation. 1 The Sugar Bonus question is not i one of mere labour — cheap or dear — ] but a national one as to whether we ] shall have a White or Black Aus tralia, and as a White Australia is - clearly the desire of Australians, the ] Government must aid those who have | hitherto employed black labour to. now employ white. The question - involves much, but Mr. Ewing un-1 derstands exactly what he is talking | abont, and dives d...

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DAIRY & FARM. RIPENING HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

[?] RIPENING HONEY. Comb honey may be kej.it from one season until the next, unim paired in quality, but it requires some cure and a proper place for :keeping it. The producer ought to be able to supply these, while it is perhaps too much to expect of the dealer. Honey should be prepared for market by a thorough ripening. This is best done by storing the honey in a room which may be heated to about lOOdeg., and kept at that temperature as long as desired. An oil stove will be found an excel lent arrangement for heating the honey closet : or,' if the closet is small and the weather not very severe, an ordinary large-sized lamp will answer. Neither of these will require attention more than once or twice a day. This ripening process should begin as soon as all the honey is removed from the hives and stored away, and continue for several weeks. By this means the honey is ripened, and acquires that rich, pleasant taste so often remark ed as belonging to honey which h is been left in the ...

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

Y ^JlD^^^^^^^^S^^^f^9B9^IB^P^ A TXT ANTE]) Headers of the. ' Hymn Jiay Record,' to note the ?S^fii^BJ^^^^BS^^^^^^s5^^BH^. .fr, J£i ^.. \ V subscription pel- year, if paid in advance, is 10s. posted, or 12s. /ff/Jn^H^^HBPlMH^^^HnHS^SllSHp' Booked. Subscriptions may be commenced at any time. Give your i'hraHj^^^K^flVi£ft tt^^rcS^Hn^^flB^^^^^Blbtt support to the local paper. ^^jjj^^H^^^^^^BS^^^ffilHBRf/ ^'x i\hivaijj;i) as w ai-vi:ktisi\o niEBiiini. I 1 V^v|^MPMj^WCTWB^^BL\lffW^«R1iBwMli^al^ ?'rofljy, fl ihJVTyyj i , - r / II ? I ? ?

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

Cards, Programmes, Circulars, Letter Headings, Note f leadings, BILLHEADS. TIANDBILLS, envelopes, Commercial Work of all kinds, Rubber Stamps, *' GIVE US A TRIAL.

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

Quain's Pier j^otel. R Y R O N B A Y. Exf:--il-*iit Accommodation. B«st Al««, Win*'*, and Spirit*;. B«st of 'f'sibl^s, Evcrj Attention. Sample and Billiard Rooms. F\|M*ri-'ii---d and Careful 4; room. llot-*l Wagonette isicois all Arrivals by Sea and Train. VH this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms j AS A SUMMER RESORT. I). QUAIN, PROPRIETOR JVCaFr and j-ing, ( LATE J. G. LOCKE & CO., 'X I GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S. BYRON BAY. i I j .^^^^^^^^ t ; XKW SHII'MKXTS AKHIVINO KVKKY BOAT. XKW SHII'MKXTS AKHIVIXG KVKRY BOAT. \VK UI'Y VOll (.IASH SOT1TK VEOVUl CiKT T11K BKXKFIT. Autumn and Winter DRAPERY & Clothing, ' ATV^TTT*1 KF1 Afl' S BO )TS ? ? ? . 'I / ^ UOCKHf KS iind ironinoii^ci-y ;it lowest Lisinorc Prices. ('alland Insjirct our Stock and' Prices, befor.o V I rffiidiiiLf vtuir Moiit'V --ut of the district. SPECIALITY. ; All orders will receive prompt attention.

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

' \ ? ' - ' ?I dreat JVfortfteni jtotel, BYRO N BAY. \ . y : . - '. ? .?????.?.??? ?/ '; ? . ! I l_Sea JWe Resort. \_ - I $VC LEAN'S vIH«tpi BYROAI i ?? ^ a^ MnpTn ^ * p^*^ bay &$ : \ «^ :^ f f C) 4 ? ^^ HE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted us a most g V^^ J I ^-^^/// ^ ^ convenient^ situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention ^ 1^ — ^ ^*~~-~sy/l 8^ ^-^ nas been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ Wv^cs ^zzfyi] ^ ♦ The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are ^ \ \\\ I y/l X% tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony -^ A \) \. '? / u I ^ which is a veritable ' look out' commanding the most magnificent views oil &# J C ^ %% the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high %& &# altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^ ym come down to the level of every day things. Without doubt the Groat '#& - ' I P^...

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

BYRON BAY. R. AIIDSLEY.^ LatC It. Qrxmwood, There is always j\_ k^i\..I.J JQj on at the IMPERIAL STORE. j Three requisites for success are always t;- be found there. j An extensive arid Up=to=date stock. Moderate Prices. I Civility at Cost Price. IT is quite IMPOSSIBLE in the limited space of an advertisement to quote the prices of th-- thousand mid one articles sold, to (inotTfmTv^nievHea'fiinif and cut lines is MISLEADING suffice at therefore to say rliat every line quoted elsewhere is j to be bought at the same price at the Imperial Store, Corner of .Johnson and Shirly Streets. HIi b. J. dUybuj r UP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. SVDIVEV PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. 1SK1SBANK PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, Week. i ITIKLKOirRKK PAPERS. ! Leader and Saturday. ANDTHB BYRON BAY KECOKD. BOOTS and Shoos, .Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery, Fancy Goods, | All kinds of Patent Medi...

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THE POPE'S HEALTH. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

THE POPE'S HEALTH. London, Sundav. The condition of the Pope's health IS is causing some anxiety, as his Holi- |9 ness has had two severe fainting fits, §9 owing to over-fatigue. |9 Later. 9 A considerable number of reports «fl continue with regard to the Pope's* Wm condition, who is suffering from a . Wk complication of disorders, but a §8 later bulletin dispels the fears of 'Wk immediate danger. WM His Holiness the Pope's physician « admit senile pulmonary hepatisa- p|| tion. ^Jl Bulletins issued late on Sunday &9 evening states his weakness has l|| slightly increased, the pulmonary |lj conditions unchanged, breathing S|| somewhat rapid, pulse not irregular. '$m temperature below normal. ^m He is conscious and when ac- ~?M quainted on Sunday afternoon with M the gravity of his condition he 'M calmly desired the last sacraments. M In the evening Bishop Pifteri, the M Pope's Sacristen, in the presence of ~M sixteen cardinals, many dignitaries, ,i|| administered the Viaticum....

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THE MARVELLOUS CORRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

Till-] iYI.4KVEI.LOlS (OKKKIiS. On next Wednesday evening a most talented company will appear in the local School of Arts, and for one night only. It i.s said they have! played with unbounded successj throughout the States, and the press I everywhere speak in glowing terms j of tlie all round excellence of the company. A successful season or -S nights has just been concluded atj the Theatre Royal, Brisbane. Thej northern press says it is difficult to determine what the ' Corricks ' cannot do in the musical line, as one and all seem to be facile prin ceps with musical instruments, while they ; re equally at home voc ally and terpsichorally, and as bell ringers they are delightful. It is rare to.lind even in a Company specially selected and quite unrelated performers who can do so many things and do them so well. The star of the combination is Miss Alice Corrick. She is the possessor of a clear and musical soprano voice and is a cultivated singer. The company is on a tour round the wo...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Football. MULLUMBIMBY V. RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

football. MULLUMBIMBY V. RANGERS. Mulluinbimby defeated Byron Bay last Saturday by 11 to ;}, after a very fast and open game. Rangers1 team : G. Eyre (Captain) : N. Elbra, full back ': D. Higgans, P. Phillips, W.| Balzer, three quarters ; F. Bowler,! S. Montgomery, halves : A. Barton,! G. Cupitt, C. Fenwick, F. Shrubb, C. Taylor, W. Graham, J. Woods, F. McDougall, forwards. We regret not being able to give the names of the victorious Mullumbimby team. The game throughout was one series of beautiful passing. Mullum bimby led by G to nil in the first half. The second half provided some beautiful play on both sides, from a scrum Balzer got possession, and feinting, scored amidst great excitement. McDougal failed to convert. The Bay team tried hard! to equalise matters, but theMullum pimby defence was too sound. Mr.j R. Elbra ably filled the position of! Referee. j (The Creamery meet the Rangers' this afternoon, when a good game is anticipated. Ed.) |

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MOTOR CAR RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

MOTOR CAR RACE. Immense crowds assembled in Ireland to witness the GordonBen net motor-car race. Thousands camped along the whole route, and huge prices were paid for tents. There was a great scene of excite ment as the twelve competitors dashed off at a terrific speed. The latest reports state unit me uernian representative is leading, with the Frenchman next. A series of acci dent disabled the English car. Later. Only five out of the twelve com petitors finished in the motor race for the Gordon Bonnet Cup, which was won by M. Jenatzy (German) on a Mercedes car. His time was (j hours lOinin., and he beat M. Dej Knyfi: (France), who was on a Pan hard car, by lO-^min. The latter lost some time through taking a wrong turning. M. Henri Farman (France) was only a minute and a-half be hind De Knytf ; and M. Gabriel France) finished fourth. ' The total length of the course was 870£ miles, and the maximum speed attained was eighty miles an hour. Mr. F. S. Edge, last year's winner, was comp...

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The Telegraph on the North Coast Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

The Telegraph on the North Coast Railway. Referring to the proposal now before the Committee, the Daily Telegraph states :---'' The balance of the North Coast proposal, upon which the Committee is now amassing a large amount of useful information — for the benefit of future generations — would cost about £3,100,000, and £108,500 for interest charges at 3i per cent. To make it self-supporting a new traffic of .£284,000 per annum would be needed, and it would have to compete al most for the whole length with coastal shipping. And in proportion as it was successful in the contest, so would it de teriorate the capital value of the harbor and river works along its entire length, upon which millions of money have been spent. As previously pointed out, the line would be much more likely to pay if these harbor works had never been constructed at all. Even if it afforded a better route to Brisbane, it would absorb traffic at the expense of the existing Northern line, as to the coastal portio...

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