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BYRON BAY JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

BYRON BAY JOCKEY CLUB. A meeting was held by the Com mittee of the Byron Bay Jockey Club, at the Great Northern Hotel on Tuesday evening last. There were present Messrs. P. G. Wool dridge (in the chair), M. McLean (Treasurer), K. McLennan (Secre tary), Harrison, McGettyan, King, Livingstone. A large amount of formal business was gone through and on its con clusion, Mr. McLean moved that a race-meeting be held on 3rd Septem ber under the auspices of the Jockey Club, and on the following day the Course be let to Mr. Quain of the Pier Hotel, for a second day's race meeting. This resolution was unan imously carried. Mr. McLean also stated that lie would place £5 at the disposal of the Committee for the Jockey Club races as a personal donation. A programme was drafted out, and the Prize Money amounted to £(50. It was also agreed that a Ball should be held in the evening. Other preliminary details were dealt with, and the meeting then adjourned.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

If ems of lnfetesi The Duke of Argyll is anxious to sell the famous island of Iona, and an effort is being made to purchase it for the Carthusian monks who were recently expelled from France. Russian officers have discovered a number of rich coal mines in Man churia, and are assiduously working 1 them. J The semi-official announcement is interpreted at New York to mean that Russia has scored a nominal diplomatic victory by getting the United States to assent to her owner ship of Manchuria, but America re- . gards the arrangement as a complete business victory. When the steamer Darius arrived at Port Melbourne f l'om Sydney four young men, who designed to pro ceed to South Africa as stowaways, hurriedly bolted ashore. The Darius i was 40 hoursoutfrom Sydney when the stowaways were found asleep in the hold. They received a hint that they would be handed over to ? the police on reaching Melbourne. A woman in Faance, who was a known as ' the sleeping woman of Thenolles,' after being in ...

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MR. CLEMENT L. WRAGGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

MR. CLEMENT L. WRAGGE. ? w. ? On Thursday evening at the local School of Arts, Mr. Wragge will take his audience on 'a voyage through the universe,' and show them other world's than ours, solar storms, the central sun, and the tab leau of the Infinite. The audience will embark in spirit on a voyage through space — examining the min utest types of life on our little planet earth, and plunge at once into the awful majesty of creation wit nessing the grand nebulas of the heavens as revealed by the star camera ; then on to the planets, and beholding midnight and sunrise in the moon, as seen through the great Paris telescope. The entertainment is illustrated throughout with lime light pictures* Bangalow will be visited on Wednesday 29th inst., and Mulluinbimby on Friday 31st inst, and in each town the residents should roll-up and give Mr. Wragge a hearty welcome.

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATKST Ql'OTATIONS. SYDNEY .MARKETS. Butter, 1 -Id choice 14 Ul Seconds I2d. Bacon, iSd per lb. BRISBANE MA.RKETS. Butter, 14d. per lb. Bacon '.Id per lb. ' MELHOURNK MARKETS. 1 Butter. Is to Is. 3d. per lb. ; Bacon, *d per lb.

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

(Jable |4g\a)s. Lonijon, Tuesday. , The King and Queen started, ;yesterday on their visit to Ireland. ;and arrived in the evening at Holy-i ihead, where they spent the night onj board the Hoyal yacht Victoria andj Albert. ' j Dublin Iras been brilliantly decor-, ?at -.'-! in honour of the visit of the. Sovereigns. ; ; While dee)) sorrow is felt in Ire land at the death of Pope Leo, it is not thought likely that this event; will materially modify the reception; to be given to the King. His [Majesty, however, landing at Kings-' 'town to-day, will probably try to ascertain the views of representa tive Catholics on the matter. ,; I The London Sportsman states thatj ?while lie lias not definitely declined the invitation of the Marylebone 'Cricket Club Com in it tec to go to Australia with the Knglish eleven,; Mr. A. C. Maclaren has resolved not to go under the captaincy of Mr. P. F. Warner. Diplomatists at IVkin consider the gravest factor in the existing situation is the increasing dang...

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DEATH OF POPE LEO. XIII. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

DEATH OF POPE LEO. XIII. ? O ? LONDON. Mondav. News from the Vatican states the Pope is not expected to live the day out. He was in a state of stupor all day Sunday. The final struggle culminated at 10 last evening when he lost consciousness and lay in a state of profound coma. The latest news siys it is possible the end may come at any moment. It is reported that the Pope has delegated extensive spiritual powers to Cardinal Rampolla. ' Monday Night. His Holiness the Pope is dead. Shortly before the end the Diplo matic representatives were admitted, and the Pope, with great difficulty, pronounced the Benediction, all kiss ing his hand. A brief agony preceded death. The customary ceremonies, omitt ing the tapping of the forehead thrice with a silver hammer, the -?prinkling being used instead, ofj holy water from a silver bowl, while! calling aloud thrice his name. It} was then pro:. on need that death] had taken piac--. and the fisherman's; ring was removed from the Popa's! hand. His...

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ACETYLENE GAS at the PIER HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 25 July 1903

ACETYLENE GAS at the PIER IIOTEL. Mr. Quain. the new proprietor of the Pier Hotel, is evidently an up-to-date and go-a-head man, and intends making his house as attractive and comfortable as any on the Northern Rivers. Before he had been in charge six hours he had sign ed a contract for the installation of Acety lene gas throughout his premises. With the object of seeing the working of the plant, our representative called on Mr. Quain one evening last week, and was shown over the building by that gentle man. who expressed himself as delighted with the work and the light, his own words being " It is far and away better than 1 expected." We were then shown the working of the plant by Mr. George Walters the contractor, which is really simplisity itself, there being absolutely nothing to get out of order or stop it working. It is so simple that we see no reason why a boy of fourteen should not be able to do all the work connected with it. Mr. Quain's original contract was for only eight...

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

%FUN.^_ A Sad Outlook.— Auntie : Do you let your husband have a room by himself. ' J Mrs. M'Bride: Oh, yes! Of course he must have a place to smoke in. Auntie : You poor dear. I see your future through a rain of tears. He 11 sneak off there and lock hirn .sell. in whenever you want to talk to him seriously. You mark my words. I A Life Of: Ease.-Mr. Thinnie : | What do you do, old man, to get so ™t ?' Mr. Phatto : Nothing. Gashed— Harbor : I don't seem to jknow your face, .sir ? Customer: ,3,o; its healed up since you shaved ;me the last time. i ? j Why Do They Do It ?_Mab*l : I My husband thinks this dress so be coming! Hv.r Dear Friend: He's | ???*,''. It is becoming— vorv old ; fashioned ! i She bad Just Said * No.'— Adelina ? Do you regret the love vou wasted' on me? Adolphu.s : Well jfs the IK^ugo^mpsrve wasted that gets I I Why He Backed Out.— Pat: B,,t iwhy is the engagement off', pa _ ji-ice : Why she was silly enough to (toll him one night that she came :ti-om good old fight...

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Useful Hints [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

. ' + ? . ? , ? ? ? ? ? . Useful ffirits* ? o ? .Filigree silver ornaments should be cleaned with cream of tartar. Make it into a paste .with a little water, and spread it thickly on orna ments, then wrap them up in flan nel, and let them lie untouched for nve or six days. Then wash off the paste with clean warm water and the silver will he found beautifully bright. Orange Cure.— A lady teacher of music, whose duties confine her many hours a day to her studio, has been advised by her physician to eat -an orange in the middle of the fore noon and the afternoon, as a sedative for her strained nerves and the feverish condition that frequently accompanies the strain. The fruit cure in her case has been very bene ficial. As a daily dessert.' baked apples and cream have been pre scribed for the busy worker. Potato peelings, if dried in the oven, are very useful for fire-lighting. If sufficiently abundant they may entirely take the place of wood, bul in any case they will economise, it. To...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

X Evcritt, Safer Confectioner, and Qenefal §foreKeef)er, — BYliON BAY. — A -:i.oi«. and (;p-,o.,,al-. Slmk |||wayN w| vj -v ^k DRAPERY, . ^T GROCERY, MT+*' BOOTS & SHOES, JV% CLOTHING, T HOSIERY, E IRONMONGERY, ? ^^ etc.. p.tn HilIilMiV IIIM| »«'««««ki..ff D«..« »| »|1OI,,.S, llo(i,.,. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. 1* SBRUBB, PLUMBER AND CALVANISED IRON WORKER Byron Bay. ... ^ ? i ^anKs ef all Descriptions

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Chrismas Dawn OR, LESTER CHEVNIX' MODEL. CHAPTER 1. THE MODEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

Chrismas Damn ; OR, LESTER CHEVNIX' MODEL. CHAPTER 1. THE MODEL. CiHRISTMAS-EVE. Out far away, ; amid fields and hedge-rows, the snow laid pure and white ; the sun glittered on the frosted trees, trans forming this prosaic earth into fairyland. But in London, though the fall had been as heavy, the snow I was crushed into slush and mud. Even the afternoon sun was robbed ? by the atmosphere of some of its brightness, and fell with rather a sickly gleam through the high lights of the windows of Lester Chevnix' handsome, artistic, and luxurious studio, situate in old Kensington. Lester Chevnix was an R.A. His pictures sold well, and at times he condescended to paint portraits at a high figure. He was a handsome man of about fifty, with a square forehead, long whiskers and mous tache, and was distinguished in appearance. He sat before his easel on this Christmas-eve putting on a bit of colour here, or there, rather as one killing time than really working, while once or twice, with an ex ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

Quaint pier J^otel BYE O N B A Y. Excellent Accommodation. B«'sl Ales, Win*;*, stud Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. Sample and Billiard Koo:u*. Experienced and Careful iiroont. Hotel Wag^oiictte meets all Arrivals »-y Sv:i and Train. I 1 S this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms | AS A SUMMER RESORT. 1). QUAIN, PROPRIETOR I JVCaFF and j-ing, \ LATE J. G. LOCKE & CO., ! I GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYRON J3AY. i i I ' ? K\'!-'\V SHIl'MKXTS AHH1VINC KVKIiY JiOAT. NKW Sl-lll'MKXTS ARRIVING EVERY UOAT \VK 15TY FDR CASH SO TTTK 1'KOl'LK (JKT TMK P.KXEFIT. Automn and Winter DRAPERY & Clothing, WHEREAT S BOOTS. ; ^ WOC.'KHIKS n. 1 1 ? 1 I fomiioii^vi'V at lowrsr I.ismuiv I'l-iet-s. (Jail ami In.s])cct ? ? Stock and] Prices, before ~ ' I 1 s-.-mliiiLf von.1 Moiis'V d;ii. uL' the i.listi'ic:!. SPECIAL ETY. ; All orders will receive prompt attention. ! i 'e^ — ——-*-— ? ' ~ ' ' ' ~~ — — — . -

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Poetry and Fiction. The Golden Wattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

{ -J#efou and Victim. \ — == ? . V %i Qolden 09attle. Afar the sleeping ranges lie, The fragrant wattle scents the air ; Gay songsters of the forest fly With joyons song arid plumage rare. Sweet echoes of the waking morn, Each breathing forth its joyous tune, And bringing tidings with the dawn : The golden wattle is in bloom. The faint, sweet perfume slowly floats Upon the ling'ring, southern breeze ; The joyous birds in silver notes Send forth their carols from the trees : And in the vales along the banks Of all the murm'ring, rippling streams. Where grow the reeds in serried ranks, The fragrant golden wattle gleams. And, seeking there the honeyed flowers, The chatt'ring parrots cling and climb Amid the lovely verdant bowers, Stirred by the breeze to murm'ring rhyme. The morning mist has passed away, And through the smiling, sunny noon All Nature, singing, seems to say : The golden wattle is in bloom. F. O. Braithwaite, in the ' Queenslander.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

CIRCULATING LARCELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. T* AND and General Commission Agent -Li Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). % W. Thompson, JUN., & CO., . Auctioneers and Land Agents. rorUI,CUI!IBII?IBY. A UCTIONS held and Properties for Ol. Private Sale in all parts of the Bitj .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. CO. | LIMITED. i — NOTICE. — ~WTE Wl11 lje Prei)!lI-ed to receive Cream V V at the now Factory, Lismnre. oom Sfb'II? }VKDNESDAY- 3-'d DECEM V. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWiS'G~ Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, M 17 BWILLB M ]| A II . Sworn Valuator under R-»al Property Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., GET your Visiting Cards printed at the 'Byron Bay Record,'1 Office. P. SMIT...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

BRIEF MENTION. The committee have purchased Pierri Billet's famous seascape paint ing, 'Watching for the Boats,' for the Joseph Fisher Gift in connection with the Adelaide Art Gallery. A scandal has occurred in connec tion with the Court of the Grand Duchy ol Saxe-Weimar. Hie newly married Grand Duchess, wife of Grand Duke William Ernst, has fled to Switzerland in order, it is stated, to escape the tyranny of her sur roundings. The Tientsin correspondent of the. Sldin/anl states that Russian soldiers, who are obstensibly immi grants, are at present pouring into Port Arthur.' In the Duke of Cambridge Com petition at Bisley, ten shots at 900 yards, R. C. Dawsou, of: New South Wales, made the 'possible' score ol! ;jO. thus winning the first prize of ,£2C Dawson's shooting was something remarkable, as he placed ten successive bulls-eyes within a space of l.-l in. square.. As a result of the. shooting off of the ties in the first stage of the King's Prize, W. Ison (Victoria) and G. Soden...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

-^-^IJViPERITSla STORE. ^ BYRON BAY. It. AUDSLEY..^^ ^e It. GJrimwood, ! THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND LARGEST STORE IX THE BYROX HAY DISTRICT. ! The Imperial is NOT A CASH STORE. ! Alrho-.igh PRICES Charged, Compare fuvonrahly with any in tin- TOWN. {[']?) ill) IT' TERMS, Low Rates, and First Rate Articles, an; tli;.- three things relied on to secure; the support jl O ill J.\A.JLj ol: the Pnl-iic. ' R. AUDSLEY. i i 01 ID I/TO CAVAflBR bLAIUlt 0 Cash Store. IS NOW OPEN K)ll BUSTXKSS. Drapery, Clothing Groceries, &c, Note the Address : flEXT BA|^. t Give us a Call, it mil pit m-) JACKSON BROS. : TAILORS AND MERCERS. Hol4's\voi-tli-sti-4M't. MK.1IOKK, OVli Traveller visits all parts ol' tin.' J)isiricls and will visit ISyron Bay .11 out lily, |\Yith a larye.stock of Serb's. 'Worsteds jto select Itoiii. Our Motto is to uive Jionest value for your money. Our ;Fit, and 'Workmanship speaks for ! itself. - — o - ? - | BROS., ! Tailors :tn-i ^lorrcB-s, I,ast]i-»i--'. . Rej). Harvey .Ja...

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A Wet June. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

\ W--( June. Last month, which is usually one of the fairest months of the year in England, and the height of summer, has been drowned with the excep tional rainfall. A correspondent to: the S.M. Hcm/il writes thus:— ' Aj rainy .June, indeed ! The cables willj have told you the; sufferings endured; by those who live near the Thames,! and of the disorganisation of IralTici which the Hoods are causing. Every-! thing is affected by the prolonged! wet weather. Ascot is being bravely! struggled through by the elite ofj fashion: headed by the King and] Queen, but for whose presence in State, might have spelt ruin to those connected with the meeting. Of course the'actual races had to be run. I believe nothing could have stopped that part of the function. IV.it the week has simply been terrible. For three days tin: rain never stopped. and when there was a partial clear ance thunderstorms lent their aid to increase the damage already done to trade, to harvest of hay, and indeed serious loss ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

Itook 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. (;offa-|e ffospifal Ball, BYRON BAY. JS^To be held in the igT SCHOOL OF ARTS. — ON — WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5th, 1903. DOUBLE TICKET J5s. LADY'S TICKET 3s. A. E. Brown, ) „ | Dancing | W. H. Clifford and 1 -f°,n- | « p.m. I A. H. Belson, j bec s- Bangalow Church of England. ? »+ ? THE o])ening of the above Church will take place (D.V.) on FRIDAY, AUGUST 14th 11)03, By the LORD BISHOP, of Graf ton and Armidale. A Public Picnic will be held on ground near the Church at 12 noon. TICKETS. ADULTS ? Is. CHILDREN ? «Jd. Dedication Service the same evening at 7.3) p.m. Collection to Building Fund. EDWIN J. DODD....

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BYRON BAY CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB. GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

BYItON BAY CIVILIAN KIFLE CLUB. GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING. The Annual meeting of the above named Club was held at the great Northern Hotel on the 2;}rd inst. There were present : Mr. D. Jarman (in the chair), Messrs. A. E. Brown, P. Wooldridge, W. Hamilton, F. Shrubb, A. Barton, J. Carson, J. W. Banner' J. McFarlane, M. McLean. LJ. King, W. McAndrews, W. Kirk. J. Pollock, II. JO. Green and A. T. \i. Harrison, all members of the 31nl-. The Treasurer (Mr. McFarlane) presented the balance sheet for the uu-t Military your. Tliisshoweda crc ,lit ba'ance at the K.S. and A. Bank )f £2,»2f. 9d., with 2,21 )i) rounds -f ammunition in stock. Consider ngthoex ensive improvements made »n the Range (making it one of the best appointed on the Northern I Rivers), and the necessary expendi ture thus involved, this is a most satisfactory credit, balance, mid speaks volumns for the manage-1 ment of th« Club. The following officers were elected'1 for the ensuing year viz., to ttilthl June, 1' 104 :— * | ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

Mrs. Marshall's. N U RSING mid MATfiRNITY INSTITUTE, Fletcher-Street, Byron Bay. Dr. in attendance. TENDERS?' TENDERS invited for Painting the PIER HOTEL. Tenders c'osa August 1st V.KY&. For rail pu.-tioiilars apply to, D. QUAIN. Pier Hotel. R.C. MISSION rilHK REV. FATHER MURRAY, I will conduct a R.C. Mission ai Byron Hay, C nnmeucing on .5th August P.U;$.

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