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

JL Everitt, BaRer Confectioner, and Qenefal Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY. — A Choice and I'|--to-I-ate Stock always on view. J* DRAPERY, ^T GROCERY, Mfc- BOOTS & SHOES, ^%_ CLOTHING, M^ HOSIERY, 1 IRONMONGERY, ^^ etc., etc. iWilliuery and Di-cssmakin;; Done at shortest notice. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Kay. ... -BM11I-III™II'— ^™ Executes all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship an Quickest Despatch. I ? , tpanRs of all Descriptions. i

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Useful Hints [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

Useful j+inis* Beetles have a great obj«ciion to | unslaked- lime, and a few pieces of! this placed in their haunts will gen-! v rally keep them away. The odour of cloves is very, un-j pleasant to ants, and if wh -le clovcsj ' are scattered in the places where the! ants are found they will disappear. Copper kettles and other articles; may he. successfully cleaned by rub- 1 hing them with ?half a lemon dipped j '\ in salt. When empty they should! 1 lie rinsed in clean water and polished I with a soft cloth. I Jl A simple remedy for neuralgia is! in apply grated horseradish, prepared; the same as for table use, to thetem-i pin when the face or head is affected,! nr to the wrist when the. pain is in| the arm or shoulder. To make sealing-wax for fruit jars take eight ounces of resin, two ounces! nf Lruiii-shellac, and a half ounce of| l.ee.swax. Molt all together. This will make a quantity, and ? may be melted for use when wanted. ? Thick brown paper should be laid, under carp.ets if th...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WORD TO THE MODERN GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

— . . ? .. - . ? — ? ? — ? A WORD TO THE MODERN GIRL. I Much has been written about girls of late — probably because she is so much in evidence, but the fol lowing extracts from a paper by 'John Oliver Hobbes,' or to give her her proper name Mrs. Craigie, shows a large amount of observation into a gin's ways, as you find her at social functions and elsewhere. They are also words: of wisdom and may be read by girls as such. Sne says : — '? Some girls are to a morbid degree over-fond of admira tion. They are restless at balls and parties unless they have the atten tion of every man present. They become vindictive unless they can feel that every other woman is neg lected on their account. It is nt/t enough that they should dance the wiiOits evening, or have a pleasant companion at dinner; they like to reel certain they are envied. Their own partners do not satisfy them ; their enjoyment is diminished unless they can-see others left out in the coiil. They wish, not so much from unkindue...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

I Quain's Pier j^otel. B Y 11 O N B A Y. i:\--4-ll--ul JuconasiEoriaiioii. Best Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tallies. Kvery Attention. | Sn'A'.itlv and Jiitliaiwl Ito-» ::s. i:\|M-ii--oi«--4l and Oareful (iio«ui. Hotel Wa^^onette meets all Arrivals by Sea and Train. I VS this Hotel i.s situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms AS A SUMMER RESORT. 1). QiAIX, PK0P1IIET0R i I JVCarr and fting, LATE J. G. LOCKE & CO., GENKKA.L ST( )]IEKEEPEII'S, BYRON BAY. NKW SIiri'MKNTS AKKIVIN(} KVKUY IW)AT. XKW SHIIOIKXTS A K'l-,'1 VIMi KVKHY MOAT. W'K ll!'Y KOi,' CASH SDTIIK PKOPLK (iKT THK MMNKFIT. Autymn and Winter DRAPERY & Clothing, WHEREAT'S BOOTS. , ,,, „ mmh i'u i i 1 i ? i- ? -? n i i c i i i. ? i -? ; / i Pi( )( I-, 1(1 I'.S iiml lruiiniiiii^i'i'y ill lowcsi 1 -isinoi-f rrices. ( all ami Jnspcci our Siitrk : 1 1 i - I _ I'net'.s, licfore I A- I -j ^..udiiiu- vniii- Mmu'V o.it of the 'listrict. i SPECIALITY. ...

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A Far West Incident. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

fl Far-West - - - - - - Incident Cf\ N August evening in California, Za? somewhat north of the rr\ 'Golden City,1' and souie j ^- what below the eastern declivities of the long coast-range of mountains that stretches north and south. I he sun, that had been burning hot all that close ominously sultry day, went down red and sullen behind the mountains, throwing their dark shadows over woods and and rolling country below, but send ing a weirdly lurid glow over the black mass of thunderclouds charged with electricity, that hung like a pall scarcely above loftiest peaks. The last gleam of the great blood red ball disappeared ; a few mo ments, and behold ! darkness was spread over the vast expanse, and silence. Deathlike stillness of Nature awaiting in breathless awe its Master's fiat ; it came. Then the storm burst with the sudden fury of the semi-tropics, and in a moment all the heavens were ablaze with sheeted lightning, from out which darted its blue-forked emissaries ; all Nature wa...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. #♦ B. B-arefjam, [ BYR'iN KAY. j S voru Valuator under the R.wl Propwh | Act. j LICENSED AUCTIONEER. rAND and (l».i\-:r:i\ (' -mmiss;on Agrn' j C -mrnis*:o:i-.T 1'or A Mi lavits. ' i ah: ai* \-;kst ' !?' -ir t!i»: l.'.'ii- . I hi-:i-i-i -n Coy. (F re). K- W- Thompson, .Jl.'N.. ,t CO.. Auctioneers and Land Agents. TIIXLI J.fllfil.TIBV. V l.TTJOXS lid. I aii'l Pnn-.jrtici.- 'or; j\_ Private Sale in a'l psirts of the Hi-_'j St-ruli an-! Tweed River District*. AJ larue list --f |irr-;-t%rti''- In s'-li;--t i'ri)tn.| Sugar Rebate, and Land and In- 1 oome Tax, returns made out and, forwarded. ' \OBM II CO.4ST -'----- I*. «'O. ri'si i id. — XOTICK. - VV r I] will !?'? t-r-'nr ??' mi ? ;v-- frcnii \V at tin- ii'-'v I1* '-?? .'??.-. r,i-[ii'if«' 'i.rii ni.-ii.-ih-.' WHDNKSDAV. :',i-l DKCIO.M \V. H. CUI-TOM). SL-ivti.ry. Pv. c. ea\;ix(;. Auctioneer, Cornrnission Agent, &c. Government Assessor. n r it \v i lm m ft a ii . Sworn Valuator nnoVr...

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Poetry and Fiction. The Flower You Gave. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

I t^u^u tmd rjricfawi. fphe pioWer ^ou @a\?6 The flow'r you gave, I have it yet, Tho' all its beauty long has fled ; And 'tis to me an amulet That guards the hours now past and dead! For they from mem'ry must not die, So sweet and fraught with bliss were they ; Within my heart all bright they lie, As if they dawned but yesterday ! Ah, yes ! that flow'r, I have it yet, Tho' sere the beauteous hues it wore ; For flow'rs must die as days go by, But love will live for evermore ! I wonder will you come to claim The flow'r that you at parting gave V The heart you left is still the same, And yours remains to slay or save ! I watch and wait, my love, for you, Tho' gray now flecks the brown and gold, For something tells me you are true, And ne'er forget the vows of old ! Ah, yes ! that flow'r. I have it yet, Tho' sere the beauteous hues it wore ; For flow'rs must die as days go by, But love will live for ever more !

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

BYRON BAY. B. AIJDSLEY ? *- THE OLDEST TCST A BLLSHKD AND LARGEST STOKE IN THE BYRON BAY DISTRICT. he Imperial is NOT A CASH STORE. Although PRICES Charged, Compare favourably with any in the TOWN. IT ]3 II I ) 4 T TERMS. Low Rates, and First Rate Articles, are the thiv.- things relied uii to secure the support jl IJI JUAJJ of the Public. ' R. AI'DSLEY. i i ? LAIfliC. 0 Cash Store. IS NOW OPEN FOB BUSINESS. Note the Address : fiEXT BAf^. t Give us a Call, It will PAY joy.) JACKSON BROS, | TAILORS AND PIERCERS, j : .lIol-'K\V4M-fli-sti'-*--f. B- IS. IE OKI-], ! OUR Traveller visits all parts of; I lie Districts ami will visit : i Giyrou liny ?rioiitltly, -With a lai'Liestock of Serb's. Worsteds ,to select t'ruin. Our Mutto is to uive honest value for your money. Our 'Fit. ami Workmanship speaks i'oi\ ;ifself. | J'.ROS., i Tailors and Moitits, I.isiitoi'4'. Rep. Harvey .Jackson. -\TOKTII COAST CO-OlMiHATI VE IN COY.. I /I'D. i ? I'M; IKK KS will luavo tlie Sidings as funiiorly. viz. :...

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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. ? «» ? An important meeting of the above named body was held at the Great Northern Hotel, on Monday evening last, for the purpose of ar ranging the preliminary details of a Ball in aid of the Cottage Hospital Fund. There were present Rev. E. Dodd (in the chair), Messrs. A. E. Brown W. H. Clifford, and A. H. Bel urn (Joint Secretaries'), M. McLean, [I. Everitt, 0. B. Wareham, W. Bailey W. B. Jackson, and A. C. Burgess. The chairman opened the ineeting )y stating the purpose for which the meeting had been convened. Mr. Belson moved that the Ball be liehl on the Oth August. Seconded -y Mr. Clifford. Mr. McLean rose and pointed out :hat a number, himself included, would be leaving for Brisbane on that date, to compete in a rifle match, ami he suggested that the proposed date be altered. After some discussion the date was altered to the f)th August. The motion as amended was then put, and carried. Upon the question being asked whether the Hall would be engaged...

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

Iiook Bargains AT Harry Everitt's, NEW STORE, SHIRLEY STREET, Byron Bay. ? IN ? Boots, AND Shoes, ! CARPET SLIPPERS, ?CANVASS SHOES, Come and see our prices for the above lines, they are good and CHEAP. Drapery, A GOOD AND UP-TO-DATE STOCK TO- SELECT FROM. Cashmeres all shades and prices. All these New Goods. Ladies' Winter Hats Trimmed to Order. At prices that defy Competition. H.Everitt's. £otfa|£ -pospifal Ball, BYRON BAY. ^°To be held in the grSCHOOL OF ARTS. — ON — WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5th, 1903. DOUBLE TICKET 5s. LADY'S TICKET 3s». A. E. Brown, ] „ | Dancing I W. H. Clifford and [ -T , '18 p.m. / A.H. Belson, j becs' ? BY ? AUCTION. TO-DAY. SATURDAY, 25th JULY 1903. At 2-30 p.m. OWEN B. WAREHAM, has been favoured with instructions to sell in McLean's Hall, the following: 20 Bags of Maize (very slightly damaged by fire). Spring Cart Harness. Saddles, Bridles. Collars, Whips. Furniture and Sundries. Quadrille (Mssembl^ BYRON BAY. ON THURSDAY, 30th 1903. A SELECT Quadrille Assembly ...

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Football. CREAMERY V. RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

Football. (By Carey St.) CREAMERY V. RANGERS. An excellent match took place between the Creamery and Rangers, last Saturday. The game was stub only fought and and ended in a vic tory for the Creamery by 8 to nil. It was a good exhibition of football, in fact. at. times the play was bril liant. The teams were as follows : Creamery : j\. Elbra (Captain) full-back : G. Eyre, Inskip, Hopkins, ' Andrews, three-quarters; Montgom-] ery and Mallett, halves : Barton. Shrul)!), Middenhall, Francis, Wright ' Fraser, Mitchell, Eutrich. 1 Rangers : McLean (Captain), Dodd. fullback; Gillett, King, Harrisoi.J Balzer, Costello, I). Higgins, Phillips, ' Glasgow, McDougal, Taylor, Dal ley. i Bowler, M.cC'lomond. Umpire R. i El bra. ] Elbra won the toss from McLean, which gave the Creamery the advan tage to start with — from a sunny point of view. Harrison kicked oil'. Eyre returning at half way. Froinj the throw in, King secured and ran to tiie '25. where he was grassed by by Hopkins' From the scrum'...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL Cavanba s.s., leaves the I'ier at 7.^0 p.m., to-night for Sydney. Rumour says that Mr. McLean our host of the Great Northern Hotel is about to lijjht that, establishment with electricity. The Quadrille Assembly, held in Quain's Hall, was opened on Thurs day evening most successfully with an assemblage of :j() couple, who spent an enjoyable evening. There was a slight hitch in regard to the music, a pianist was expected from Lismore, but failed to appear. Sev eral of our local players very kindly tilled the gap. The Quadrille Assem bly bids fair to ' catch on ' and U highly successful all through tin season. Messrs. Wiggin and Austen acted as M's.C, to, 'the satisfaction of all. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sharp have] taken the residence lately occupied by Mr. Jones. Several handsome new residences have lately been erected, and some are in course of erection, all assured of occupants. The population of the Bay is evi dently increasing. . To-day, in McLean's Hall, Mr. Wareham...

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FEEDING AND FIRM BACON [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

FEKDIXG AND FIRM BACOX Some experiments made at the Guelph Agricu.tural Experiment Station, Canada, to determine the influence of fooil and exercise on the firmness of bacon, led to the following conclusions : — Exclusive mai/.e-feeding for a somewhat ex tended period, produced ha-on of an extremely soft and undesirable i-haracter, Xo evil effects were noted from its use when U'^\ in iin ishini: pigs that had had plenty of exerci.-e until they had reached about .10' Ub. live weight or had been \\'A skim-milk with a mixed grain ration unti: they h.sd reached ]0 -ll-. I i v i ? weight, l'igs conlined in pens and fed wheat-middlings during the earlv staues of gi-owt h. and finisiied oil' on peas, barley and shorts, had a marked tendency towards softness. When these same foods were given, bin the pigs allowed f» have plenty ,,f exei-cis'. much linner bacon was| pr.,ducMl. 'I'm-' evil -'iVecis of lack; of exercise v.viv largvle overcome^ by the us ? of .^kim-mill: and whey.; From 21b. to...

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

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Co-mn-»r-:ial Work of all ititads, Stiil-l-cr tttamp». 1 OIVE US A TRIAL. .

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

Cards, Programmes, €ir«nlnrN, i.vttvr Headings Note II ending, ? . BILLHEADS.

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

fereat jVfoFthera J-otel, I _? '??. BY RON BAY r . fjea Side Resort ±_ j Jfrc Iean'§ ^hotel. ^ byroai | y^ C 1 I\C I^T fl^' ^ iQ JSnu C3^\ I ? ' ## J cA\ ^'^ * * ? '^ ''''' ? ? ,-^- ^r^' ? ? = ? — ^ l \ . ^ 0 H ^ ] j ?&&. * : ? '^-^ vo^ y u I CJ 7 SI ^THE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL,, has always been not«'(l.si8 a inosfc £* \vN^ ' I ^ — ^Jl %#. -vv , conveniently situated, antlirwellj managed hostelry. Every attention ^ \\^V ' ^^-~—^y/j\ ^ ^-^ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. */£ ] u ^\. - t-^yll '#;#, t The general arrangements -of the hotel are charming. The rooms' arc -':-* ^J j ;/ fl \ ## tastefully furnished. From the, corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony #% 2 /^ (I ( vM which is a veritable ' look out' comm-anding the most magnificent views oL' £?£ ' 'j C ^ p^ the Bay and surrounding country, kt'ter a few moments in this high -;# i ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant', one is very reluctant to ^ \ W£ come down to the...

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

?HIP ' ? ? J | j: i | i ;! I ? . _^_ _ . ? ? _ ( ? ————— ,_» — ..^ ^ -^-.«-^_- ,«^___,___. , i -. | i ? j ? ? | By pod Bay Record. j i i i Up«TO*D7^TE. 'T'li ^ANTKl.) HrinK-is - I' '\w ?? l'»yi-«»ii 1 J.-i y K'cconl.' ;u noic tlje | V V sril)S(.-;i|)tioii |;c.'- ;,cii-, if ]i:iid i;i ;n! v;iik c is ]Us. })usl(.'il, or 12s. I Hooked. Snl)scri])ti« i;.^ n.iiy I c cuinii ' i it-t - I :.: ;niv time. (Jive y-n i* support to tin.' Iocs*! j.-.tj-' r. i i I r.HSilVAM.KD AS A.** A B-t S- 3CTISI.X4; ^1,1)1111. i ! ! I I j j I ? _

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DAIRY & FARM. MANURING THE POTATO CROP. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

ID^IRV 8c F^l^jVl. MANURING THE POTATO CROP. 1 m\J The report of the potato-growing experiment curried out last season under the auspices of the Carlow Count}* Council, Ireland, shows that the best average results were obtain ed from a dressing (per Irish acre) consisting of :— 22 tons dung. I ficwt. superphosphate, j I H cwt. sulphate of ammonia. \ L licwt. muriate of potash. i [ With the dressing there was an I average yield of {X6 barrels of 24st. each, as against a yield of 68 barrels. ls'st., with a dressing of 22 tons of dung alone, and (IK barrels. ITst.i with a dressing of !'-0 t:ii,s of dung j alone. It will therei'o e be seen that! the heavier dressing of dung alone: Lave no increase in the . yieid. but] that very substantial imp. oveinent j in the produce w.is obtained where' the smaller dressing of farmyard j manure was supplemented with the: artificials. Wo: ked out in money; value, the pro-it obtained from the. addition of liewt. stiperphosphate.i Hcwt. sulphate of amm...

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

? Coachbuilder, Wheelwright, Blacksmith Ac. &c, ? Johnson Street, Byron Bay, (Near the Pier). BEGS to notify the Public that he has started business, and trusts obtain a share of support, by strict attention to business, an MODERATE CHARGES. SHOEING A SPECIALITY. [Jim Wilson, Builder and Contractor. HAVING had a large experience, he is prepared to advise as to the most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for II kinds of Buildings, ^ *, Repairs to Buildings, nflT Furniture, Joinery, ¥ LATTICE WORK A JL_ SPECIALITY. TVEIjL. SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS Irs. J. Joyce, r UP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM, SYDNEY PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, \\ eek. MELBOURNE PAPERS. Leader and Saturday. ANDTHB BYRON BAY RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery, Fancy Goods All kinds of Pa...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

NEWS AND NOTES. ? ♦♦ ? On the evening of the lGth inst. the Explosive Magazine at Robb's Jetty, three miles from Fremantle. was blown up, and the senior care taker, Thomas Whelau, blown to pieces. The origin of the explosion in a. ui_\ mci \ . k- litjuui haw it Ugllli in the magazine, and got two men Archibald Turner and Francis Duff. who were camped close by, to go with him to investigate the matter. When he arrived within a few yards of the magazine Whelan told the two men to stay behind a bank of sand, while he went forward. On reach ing the magazine and looking in he called to the others to clear out. Almost at the same time a loud ex plosion occurred, and the magazine and caretaker were blown to atoms. A bank of sand protected the other men and the neighbouring magazines. The quantity of explosives in the magazine was not known, but it must have been considerable, as the shock was felt in Perth, nearly fif teen miles away. Wnelan was a married man, with one child. He was about ...

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