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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

Dressmaking. T&vs. (Etaritt, HAS secured the services ol! a hrst-chiss Dressmaker, (hit' uf Fo'it.soiay's, Melbourne; and is prepared to execute the very highe-t cla.ss ol: w.iik, in lv.-replioii. Hall, :mkI Occasional Dresses. Style and Fit guaranteed. ijiivc :i Trial. Von ean'l miss tii-- larir*1 .'Vew Sutrv, Miiil-i---1.. IS.vron liny. ** dressmaker, initox bay. o *- ^SATISFACTION --u-©^ H -^©^ GUARANTEED -- a t '-' -a- +, -4 -a -- ??$? -. if y- -t -6- # ?$ -- 6 -? o a- J- o o o $ $i A .-ft *? -p; -- ??; .*?. --: $. 9:. ? -?{ $ -*. -f. ??? - ?£ I* ?# -?$ -r-o J)HKSSMAKIX(-. D ESI WE to inform their friends and the public generally, that they are still talcing in Dressmaking, and trust to iert ivo further putron age. Charges moderate, to suit the times. JOHNSTON E KTKKET. jTXTANTED a Hoy to learn the \ V Printing, easy hours no night work. Apply Record Ollice.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work of all kiiidfsi, Rubber Stamps. l' GIVE US A TRIAL.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

Oarttflf, Programmes, Circulars, Letter Heading, Note ? - Heading, y BILLHEADS. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

G[rcat JVfortheFn Jtotel, b y'b on bay. IJea Side Resort. i_ MM AA H Am lj£AAl*§ . L|ATCI RYPOAI ** i HOOk ' a SdPPn nOTCL' fe- Bfr^vw' ** \ ^ ? ' m \r\*J ** S HE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most X* \V^ 7 i V ^^^s7/i ^ Tf conveniently situated, an-ir\vell managed hostelry. Every attention ^ \wsT — v^_^7/ Hg V./ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ \\\N==- ^^yj\ #& ♦ The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are :#^ \ \\\ y/J\ %% tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony ^ ^j\ N, / (( \ ^ which is a veritable ' look out' commanding the most magnificent views of --, J (f vJ -H the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high #?£ &K altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^ &-K come down to the level of every day things. Without doubt the Great 3O- ^ Northern Hotel takes a high place amongst the hosteleries of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

! vri fl^ABVflVflVflVfl9flVflHSkfl^?^M^KSadfiB9H^S^sl^B8BBVflVfllHWf^^-^ ! I I I Byron Bay Hecord, .a 'T71 ^ANTKD Heatlors oi rim ' l'»\ r--n P.iiy Heconl,'' to note the I W *sul)sc)-i])tio!i \)t-v year, if p:ii«l in ailvanci?. is 10s. posted, or 12s. I l'.ook.-i'. Sul'scripuous ii'iay ha ei-mii!i-m-i.'tl ai any time. Give your I support to the local paper I ? rXKIVALLED AS A.\ AnVKHTISl.XCJ .HKDIUITI. I -? ?

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Dr. McCarthy's Failure [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

Dr. McCarthy's Failure. Dr.- McCarthy, the rainmaker, who was to have banished the drought from Broken Hill, acknow ledges his failure as well as a per sonal loss of £250 as a result of his efforts. The doctor now says that he never endeavoured to produce rain in winter in such a d:y place as Broken Hill. The frcs.1 ant' clima tic conditions had beaten him, and so far beyond gathering some clouds together there had i.ot been, any suc cessful issue. On last Tuesday week the following appeal from Qvieens t.own (Tasmania.) wtiS published ii: the Barrier Miner (Mviiken Hill): ' Interview D.\ McCarthy and en treat him in the mime of all that is holy or otherwise to discontinue his experimenting or else Uv ve-focus bis apparatus. Otherwise tfoe results may prove serious to Queenstown, Tasmania, which is thi-eatened with a deluge 9 inches h .viny ? fallen in the past eight days anil it it is still pouring-.'1 Denial Work. — Messrs Finn igan and Glaister, tne renowned, painless Dentisis, ha...

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Execution of Grand and Jones. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

Execution of Grand ami Jones. \j ? Digby Grand and Henry Jones senten ce, i to death for the murder of Constable Long were executed atDarlmghurst Uaol 'ij the l.Oth inst., in the presence oi: a few gaol officials and live newspaper re presentatives. Grand, who was but recently married, was visited by his wife for the last time on Monday night. Both urisoiieivs anneared to have nrontcd bv the ministrations of their spiritual ad visers during the past few days. Jones was attended to the sc affold by the Rev. Father M Gee, a young priest, who is gaol! chaplain at B.uhur.st, and whose services Jones had specially asked for, whilst Grand had the Rev. Mr. Collier, the Mothodist' chaplain to the gaol. Shortly acter S) a.m. the condemned men appeared attire .1 in grey prison clothes, and pinion-; --;u. xjigvy vxx.iin.i, wuu nun gruwii ;i short beard since his incarceration, moved briskly forward, and noticing the small group of spectators gave a familiar nod, accompanied by a characteristic...

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Cable News. LONDON, Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

viable J^leWs. London, Mondav. ' The Pope passed a tranquil night. Later he became feeble, depressed, and restless. The Bulletin issued last evening regarding the condition of the Pope1 states that the improvement mani fested during the morning was maintained. His pulse was slightlv stronger, and he is cheerful. An autograph letter from King Kdward has delighted ami touched the Pope..' The Pope has also been touched by the telegram sent by Mr. Seldon, the Premier of Now Zealand. Sir Yen i on Harcourt, in a letter in the Times predicts that, the country's verdict will be adverse to the taxation of food. The Times correspondent at Berlin states mat iionnan opinion is awak ening to the significance of King Kdward's leading part- in the de velopment of Great Britain's relations towards the new Pacific coalitions, t General Botha, in the course of an interview, stated that foreign un skilled labour was not necessary on the Rand. He pointed out that de \eiupmtMii worn, was iuuiib prueeeti...

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Football. CREAMERY V. RANGER'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

football. CREAMERY V. RANGERS. The match arranged to come off on the Recreation Ground, last Satur day between the Creamery and Rangers, was played under diffi culties. The Rangers turned up in full force early, the Creamery came not, pei-haps because it was wet — very wet — and promising to be WPf.t'l-'r ? ill t'hi- 1:1 .ii mi !i .iri-i i\f fli/.» mtcuta At last one of the Rangers went and iooked up some 7 or -S of the truant Creamery lads, and picking sides they played a scratch match. It was a side-splitting1 game to the on looker, as there was puddles six inches in water, on various portions of the ground. The Referee (Mr. O'Shaiicsy) had a lively time,, when a scrum took place he'd float the ball into the players, then run for his life — lest he'd be drowned with the splashes. In the first half the Rangers scored 6 points to nil. The next half, the game was briskly! played, the Creamery making an t-x-| (juiinio enueii\ om iu equalise mailers but failing. Bal/.er secured another...

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An Interesting Relic. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

An Interesting: Relic. A relic in the form of a watch guard made from the hair of the widow of Captain Cook, is in the possession of Mr. F. C, Curie wis, of Tupper-streefc, Stanmore. It has been sent to him by his brother, Mr. A. C. Curlewis, M.A., senior inspector of the Victorian State bchools, for presentation, to the Sydney Museum, accompanied by the following note : — ' On behalf of my wife, I beg herewith to for ward, in the original case, a chain made from the hair of the widow of Captain Cook, and to ask your ac ceptance of the same. The late Mrs. Cook spent the close of her life at Clapham, near London, and was a next-door neighbour and intimate friend of Mrs. Elliotson, wife of a medical practitioner of that name, and mother of the celebrated Dr. Elliotson, immoraliaed by Thackeray an ' Doctor Goodenongh.' This chain and relics of Captain Cook's voyages were left by Mrs. Cook to Mrs. i Elliotson, and by that lady to her daughter, Miss Elliotson. The chain was presented by ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic News. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

fp^rapfyic J^Ws. Mki.houkxk, Tuesday. Details to baud to-night concern ing the earthquake at Port Fairy show that the shuck was felt throughout the whole of the War nambool district. The walls of many buildings were cracked by the vibration. Clocks were stopped, door nells were set ringing, and windows were broken. In some instances persons narrow! v escaped injury from falling plaster. Two of the large crosses on the top of St. John's Presbyterian church spire at Warnambool were thrown down and the cement pediment in which iney were lmoeciweu was also dis placed. At a meeting of the council of the Royal Agricultural Society, Victoria it was resolved that pigs be elimin ated from this year's show owing to the outbreak of swine fever. Mr. Kendall, hou. veterinary surgeon to the society, said the extent of the disease was not fully realised. In fact there had never been such a visitation in the country since the outbreak of pleuro-pneumoniu. An explosive magazine, near Fre mantle, was...

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The Marvellous Copricks' [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

(pl?e Man^llouS ^oiTicKs1 This truly talented family played in the School of Arts, on Wednesday evening, to what may be termed a fair house. It is regrettable that the recent heavy rains should have made the roads almost impassable, so that many had to miss seeing one of the best, all round shows that has yet visited the Bay, There is a monotony in the usual concert com pany's that is not to be found in the versatile Corricks. They are admit ted to be the most gifted family of musicans, bellringers ami humourous entertainers who have toured the States. As a cultured soprano Miss Alice Corrick is charming, and met with cordial reception. Tbe orche.: ter was a strong combination con sisting of the following players : Professor and Miss Ethel Corrick (violins), Miss Alice (viola), Miss Amy (flute), Master Leonard (clar ionet), Miss Ruby (cornet), Miss Corrick (piano), who rendered Balfe's '' Bohemian Girl,' and Frazer's ' Scottish Airs,' with ex cellent harmony and expression. In the m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Messrs. Marr and King have a special consignment of Whereat's celebrated. Boots and Shoes.* \ Mr. 0. B. Wareham conducts anj auction sale of general useful sun-j dries in McLean's Hall on Saturday! next. See Advt. The Jockey Cluh meeting which should have been held last Monday' evening lapsed on account of the heavy rains. Dates for the Race meeting will be published nextj issue. Mr. T. Horsey left yesterday for Lismore as a delegate on lodge busi ness in connection with the Man chester Unity Lodge of Oddfellows. 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. best stock for all seasosn.* In regard to R, W. Thompson Jun., and Coy's., sale at Messrs. J. and A. McKay's farm, Main Arm, uiou kjui'Ui u«it) , it \\ un uwimn ii'w I'll \li\ successful. There was a good at tendance. Heife...

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Useful Hints. FANCY-WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

Useful .pints* FANCY-WORK. In regard to the new idea of mak ing np table centres of painted muslin, the following suggestions, may not come amiss to the amateur artist. To commence with, a really good quality of white muslin should he f'linspn. Swiss is ?nprViims flip best, but a good book muslin answers almost as well, though it is not quite so fine in texture. It is absolutely necessary that the piece of muslin to l)e decorated should be stretched in a frame, and not merely pinned to a drawing board. It must be cut several inches larger than required, turned in all round, and firmly sewn to broad white tape to strengthen the edge. It is then ready for stretching, and must be stretched as tight as a drum.. Now, suppose we select a spray of wild roses to begin with. It must be borne in mind that a highly cor rect and finished study is not desir able. A light dainty, decorative effect should be aimed at, which would be quite lost if heavy shading or ela-| borate finish were attempted...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATKNT QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS, j Butter, J8d choice l.'Ud Seconds I 'id. Bacon. tSd per lb. J IUUSBANE MARKETS. j Butter, .Did. per lb. i Bacon Sjd per lb. j .MELBOURNE .MARKETS. j Butter, lid to llid. per lb. Bacon, -Sd per lb.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

}i. Everitt, i Baker Confectioner, and @enefal e'en Keeper] i — BYRON BAY. - : I A -'Ii»a-'-' mid 8 p-to-Daf** Stock :tl\v;iys oti vi«*\v. J* DRAPERY, mr grocery, M^^ BOOTS & SHOES, M\ CLOTHING, Jf^ HOSIERY, ^ IRONMONGERY, ^l etc., etc. TtlilliiH'ry :tn-l MressmaliiiiK Done a- sliorH'St notice Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, j ... Kyi'on Bay. : Executes all orders in tilt: above Trades with Hesl. Workmanship andj Quickest Despatch. ; [panKs of all Descriptions.

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Loyal Unara Lodge. NO. 229 M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

lso^al Oriara Is-od-g6, NO. 229. M.U.I.O.O.F. Members of the above Lodge ;u-e to be heartily congratulated upon the siaecess 'which crowned their efforts to make their Initiatory Ball, on Thursday evening, an event to be proud of, and remembered. Quite 75 couple attended, among whom were visitors from various parts of the fHstru«-. The p.nm'orpH/-- frPtip.val Working Com niitee, Messrs. Wil liams, F. Flick, T. Horsey, B. Baker, W. Balzer, Kennedy, Cupitt, Bailey, Barton and Rose, had brightly decorated the hall with gay coloured bunting, and a marquee had been erected at the side of the hall for supper, in which was placed long tables for the convenience of the guests, and the catering was thought very satisfactory. On the platform were tables for whist players and chairs for those who did not dance. Every thing was as plea sant vis the most sanguine had' anticipated, and the elegant cos tumes of the ladies and the bright regalia of the Oddfellows, made a pleasing picture. If our as...

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

AFUN.ii ilis wife's mother (in a terrible .H utter)— 'Oh, dear! Oh, my1. That heavy clock upstairs has just fal len off the wall with a terrible crash on the very spot where I stood but a moment before.' Her daughter's husband (absent mindedly) — ' I always said thai, clock was slow.' ! How the Walls Ran Down. — The Irishman who went up in a hotel lift without knowing what it was, relates the story in this way :— 1 ?' I wint to the hotel, and says I. ,' is Misther .Smith in-?'' ' Yes,' says the man with tin sojer cap. ' Will yez step in r' ' So I steps into the closet, and all of a suddiut he pulls the rope, and — it/s the truth I'm telling ye/, — the walls of the building began running down to the cellar. ?' ' Och, Murthor,' says 1. 'What '11 become of Bridget and the child ren which was left below there ?' '? Says the sojer cap man, ' Ho aisy suit : they'll be alright when yez comes down.' '?'Come down, is it?' says I. 'And is it no closet at all, but a haythenish balloon that yez...

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

§lFUN.i^ Ciisli governs the house. That's the usual plan : Man governs the cash. Ami baby governs the man : Woman, she governs the baby, And tenches it how to trot ; So when you come to recken it up. it's woman who governs the lot. Masher (in railway carriage, at the end of a long loud conversation with another) : ' Yes, the American rail way trains are awfully funny, don't you know. You can walk from end to end and see everybody who is in them, don't you know.' Old Boy in the Corner (who has not yet spoken during the journey) : ' Well, English trains have this ad vantage. When a chattering idiot — liki-s myself, say— gets in one, he can only annoy the passengers in one compartment.' A long silence, while the masher cogitates upon the possible point of the remark. Printed and Published by Alfred C Burgess, Propriety, at his Machine Pi inline Office, Byron Bay, in the State of New South Wales

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

COOKERY. Orange Fool. — Beat well six fresh eggs, then stir into them the juice or six oranges ; into this stir half a pint of good cream, sweeten with sugar to taste, and season with cin namon and nutmeg grated. Put the whole into a saucenan. and set it ± * . ? over a slow, clear fire, stirring it one way constantly, when it thickens, throw in an ounce of fresh butter. Remove from the fire, and pour into a jug, still stirring until cold, wheM put into a glass dish. Love-Cakes. — Boil two cupfuls of honey and loz, of sugar. Add 4oz. of chopped almonds and simmer five minutes longer, then add 3oz. of chopped candied peel, half a tea spoonful of bicarbonate of soda, half a nutmeg grated, a pinch of cloves, a teaspoonful of cinnamon, the rind of a lemon grated, and a tablespoon ful of rum or sherry. Cut into pieces 1 by 2in. large, after adding enough flour to stiffen and rolling it very thin. Bake these in a slow oven, ice with sugar, and eat cold. Hot Tea Cakes.— h lb butter, £ lb wh...

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