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DAIRY & FARM. Use and Value of Skim Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

(a*^*' ^%p) Use and Value o( Skins Milk. ? n ? Nature has been lit to mix the nkim milk and cream, and because the law of gravitation divides I hem or centrifugal force separates them, is no reason why we should class one part as (he good and the other as the bad. -Nature has mixed the fat and milk- ^ernm together, mak ing one of the best of foods. If we take one part from this fond we* cannot expect t) yet the best results without supplying at least a substi tute. It is well known that milk serum, or skim milk, contains the! ifood parts which go (o make inuschJ 3)one, and the vital parts of the' young animal, while; on the otberj hand fat is furnished as a .lubricant! and as a heat-diving portion. i In feeding calves on skim milk,! there is much diversity of opinion as; to the substitute for butter fat. The! Nebraska station is now conducting! an experiment, testing some four or' five of the leading butter fat substi-i tutes and as far as this experiment; has gone, flaxsced meal le...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work of all kinds, Rubber Stamps. 1 GIVE US A TRIAL.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

Cards Program pics, Circulars, Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

, I - ? . ' , n . I ' ? . ^ - ' . ? ' /*'-' v' / . ' . ?? ? - ' ' \ Gfreat JVfortheru J^otcl, ' ? ? . \ B Y--B-0 N B AY. | r Sea Side Resort. ? j i ' ' ? ? ??'?'' . -i ! ' ' i1 i .. ? ?? . ? '? ? .? ? ??? i I p Mc Lean's' ^Hm-Fi byroai i I 8& /7 ? .^?NnR»'1 ^ _r BAY ?l 7KA I I IV r* iX I1V|I\ ? jq nrr^ii, V^/~% I ? VWj i I1 /\\ -K^ ? ' ? '* ' .''' ^'^* — ? -^_^-=- V-^ST: ? ^- a — ? — ? *S 1 :: ^A\ -^ -~^-— — ' - — ' ? '? ? '^ -~==~- — J ? z=-r- . 3fr* L ? — n. , . i A ^ - ' ^ C^sS-^ / : ? ^^? ,. ? ^- \ VO* J -i f~2\ J M 97^HE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most || \vsN^, ' ; ( Qy^y &$ ^tf conveniently situated, anctrwell managed- -hostelry. Every attention y^ \\\ ' V__^y/ ^ V.^ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ V u ^\ ^^yl\ ^ ♦ The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are ^-; O ) -=y// ^ tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway, loads to an upper balcony ^ ? / (( \ §^ which is a ver...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

[?] Byron Bay Record. SPEEDY, UPaTOaD7^TE. W-VNTED Headers of the -Byron Buy Record,' to note the subscription per year, if paid in advance, is 10s posted or ^ Booked. Subscriptions may be commenced at any time. Gi\e yom support to the local paper. I UKK1VALLGD AS A- ADVERTISING MEDIUM. I I ? i

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

zi IDxbb liailcjT. ° *i-iti-:sK:viAKi-:it. bykox bay. tt SATISFACTION ^»^ n ^??^. GUARANTEED 1 tr o 6 tf'-ry-o a rj ii' V 6660^0 cp-- tf'o'p -- o -£??- *? -? # -P i- i- -$ -f * 4' ?$-?$? Q $ « p -t ?$?$'?&$ t * fi -- DHKS.SM.\KIX(;. i D ESI MM to iiifoi in their friends and the public generally, that they are still taking in Dressmaking, and trust to 1 ec» ive further patron age. Charges moderate, to suit the time-. .JOHNSTON !?: STHMJ'/r.

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Mr. Kingston's Retirement. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

Mr. Kingston's Retire lsicnt. \ Mr. Chas. Kingston's retirement j from the Federal Ministry caused rejoicings rather than regret in ship ping and commercial circles (says the Sunday Times.) ' A good job, too ! ' was a remark frequently j heard in quarter.-* win* re business j iiii*ii most do congregate. kk He was 'a fiend !' was another. These ex ipressions of cp.iiion were usually lumen home by the coupling of hard j worked adjectives. It, is said a good deal of wme was flowing in Sydney on Friday and Saturday on Mr. [Kingston's account — particularly at some of the clubs — .md the toasts I were not exactly complimentary, I though sell'-congratulatory. It is is.ii'.l tiiat tut* (illic^j's of t/ie Customs ! Depa. -uncut joined wilii the ship ping and importing interests in i.it'H » ing' a sigh of relief when they : ncard of the resignation. ! Howard L. Way, aged l'.-, son of Mr. H. R. Way, solicitor, Sydney, 1 was fatally wo.uided by his younger .brother. They had returned from 'sho...

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, 14UI per 1b. Bacon, 7!,d. to Sd per lb. J1RISUAXE MARKETS. Butter, Ud. per lb. Bacon Dil per lb. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Butter, Is. Id. per lb. Bacon, 7id. to 8d. per lb.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cable News. LONDON, Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

(Jable j^eWs. London, Monday; A high tidj in the River Thames, j in conjuntion with a rush of waters! occasioned by a heavy rainfall.! caused serious Hoods in London.! The premises of several Sunday newspapers were inundated on .Stitur-j day night, and in consequence pub-j lication of the papeis was delayed! until Sunday afternoon. i A crowded excursion train enter-! ing St, Enoch's, Glasgow, too fast) crashed against the buffers of the! end of the platform with great force, j with the result that the two leading! carriages became telescoped. Thir-i teen passengers were killed, many! being terribly mutilated. Many! other passengers received severe in- 1 juries. j The closing scene at the Pope's burial was extremely solemn and impressive. The body was placed in,a cypress collin with three purses! containing coins and medals equal ling twenty-live years of deceased's pontificate. The collin has been placed in a leaden Casket which was finally enclosed in an elm collin. ! It is estimat...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

? Coachbuildcr, Wheelwright, Blacksmith Ac Ac, ? 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 CHAliGES. SHOEING A SPECIALITY. Jim Wilson, Builder ami Contractor. HAVING bad a large experience, he is prepared to advise as to the . most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for ill kinds of Buildings, rKepairs to Buildings, Furniture, Joinery, LATTICE WORK A ? SPECIALITY. WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS Irs. J. Joyce, rUP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY..COODS EMPORIUM. SVDNKY PAPKKN, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. HKISBJWi: PAPKKS. Courier, Daily Telegraph. Queenslander, VYc-k. i?IK LBOUf t .\ K PA PK US. Leader and Saturday. and 13'V''Pf MV' P \ 'V 'PTiV V VI - M the J3 I ±\AJ±\ I y i\ 1 1 1 JiA , V )1 1 1 J . BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery...

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A POPE'S ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

A POPE'S ELECTION. It is now a little over twenty-five years since the greatest event in the continuity of the Roman Catholic Church — the election of a Pojje, o?* Pontifex Maximus — has taken place, the late holder of St. Peter's chair having been placed in that position on the 20th February, 1878. Such a long period having elapsed, it will doubtless be of interest to recall the proceedings which follow the death of the Pontiff, and the ceremonies which accompany the election of his successor. As soon as his medical attendants heve signified the death of the reigning Pope, the Camer lengo, Cardinal President of the Apostolic Chamber, with his attend ants, approaches the bedside, and with a silver mallet strikes the deceased Pope three times on the forehead, calling on him by name. There being no response, he declares the death of the Pope, and the necessity for proceeding with the election of his successor. All the Cardinals, members of the Sacred College, are immediately summoned ...

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Presbyterian Church of Australia. Sunday, August, 2nd 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

B*r«vsl»y(-*riaii -'!uis#4-li of Australia. Sundav, August, 2nd. .!'.»« 13. Bangalow .1 1 a.m. Springvale 2MU p.m. Hyi-on Bay (Masonic Hall), 7.H0 p.m REV. CJL\S. IT. MAINS.

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

dlttl'Cll --f JElfi^litlld. Parish Of Bvrox Hay. Sunday. August, 2nd H»0:-i. Billiiuulyel 1.1. a.m. Myoe.um 2..')0. p.m. Mullumbiinoy 7. oil p.m. KDWIN .). DODD.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL Ai the meeting 'I' tli'1 Progress1 Association, to he held on Thiirsdayj .?veiling lifXi, tin- usual annual elre-i ?ion of ollicers for the ensuing year will lake place. There should he a ?_f. iod attendance. ; A meeting J'or the purpose of ap pointing a committee of ollieials to assist Mr. Milan; in carrying out. his raee-tneeting, was held at the Pier Hotel on Thursday evening, n lull report, of same will appear next issue. Mr. Murdock McLean and several of our crack rifleman intend visiting Brisbane next week. Owing to a sudden slight attack of illness, Mr. Wragge was compelled to return to Brisbane, and in conse quence unable to deliver his adver tised lecture in the School of Arts on Thursday last. This will be re gretted as Mr. Wragge is always an interesting personality and, we trust, we shall have a visit from him some time in the near future. It will be noted in our advertising columns that Mr. H. D. Ferguson, Surgeon and Mechanical Dentist, will visit Byr...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. July 30 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 1 August 1903

SHIPPING. AK RIVAL. July 30 1903. (' !\:i:il.;is.s.'i7.'i inns. Capinin .1. II I Iiint.-r from SyliK-y. l'.-is-'Miu'ri-; .\|.- -:iiih--. PkilllliT. .lutlll'dil. (!.l»iH-V UM ' i'.llll.lv. Mi-s M H-.uh. Mt^r-. -lr..\.-- |*'.ul:i\ -.ni. W. Ni- oil. Widlai-..-. \V:ilk.!-. J:.!.:ii mui. 11 i'h rt-iMi. 1 1 :irt i-_r:i 11. Hnnvii. iiaii 11011. - i:liii..'\'. :ni'l !? stevfajv. FRKKill P. ??'ill Toll- (!i.'ii'..'r:d M«.-ivli:m!--\ ;i:nl r. heinl o.rattl.;. REPORT, iifli Syiiin-'V :il I'M;') |-.i:i. mi the L'-lli ( ' iIIi.mI ill Ha' usual l'ori- mi'l arrived in liynni IVi.v ut II |i.m. '»i: iliu .'1 )tli Kx|i'-r:i'!i'-'.''l -lnmu so-itli xvtsu-rly win's with lino 'I in1 weather siuouth st-a. Bimm Ban 13mn*lx HERE SHALL :HE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHT0 MAINTAIN, UVAWED BV INFLUENCE AND UNORIBED BY GAIN [ HERE PATRIOT TRJTH HER 0LORIOU3 PBEC£»TS DRAW, PLEO JED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATl'ltDAY. Al'lU'S V I. !'.««.

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 August 1903

AFUN.JL The inspector dropped into a country school unawares one day, and, as a class was in the midst of its geography lesson, he thought he would test its knowledge by a few random questions. ' Now, children,' he said, ' I will put one or two simple questions to you. I wonder,' he added, ?' if anyone, can tell me what the axis of the earth is ?' Immediately a hand went up, and the clever boy of the class answered in words which showed a close familiarity with the text-book ; — 'An imaginary line passing from one Pole to the other, on which the earth revolves,' '? Quite right,' replied the inspec tor; but wishing to test the know ledge more accurately he said, ' Could you hang a hat on it ?' j ' Yes, sir,' came the answer, al most without premeditation. 'Indeed!' exclaimed the inspec tor, 'and what kind of hat pray ?' ' An imaginary hat, sir,' was the reply. '.' Mark Twain ' was standing in a crowded tramcar holding on to a strap. As the car swung round a corner the strap broke, an...

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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 August 1903

Useful {tints* ; Patent Leather Shoes.— -Salad oil makes the nicest dressing for patent leather, but only very little should be u 83cl . Before weari n g new pat ent' leather shoes, well rub in a very little salad oil, and then thoroughly polish with a soft cloth. This treat ment, if repeated occasionally, helps to preserve the leather from crack iug. Patent shoes should never be dried by the fire, heat is apt to make ? the leafher harden and crack. Spots on Marble. — Mix equal quantities of whiting and common soap to a paste with lemon juice, spread this on the spots and leave for several days. Then wash off with warm water. When nailing into hard wood, the nails often bend. This may be pre vented by dipping them into lard, oil, or other grease before hammer ing them in. Polishing Tumblers. — Tumblers or goblets in which milk has been served should be rinsed with cold water before being washed, other wise they will look cloudy. A few drops of ammonia in the hot water ..will give th...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 August 1903

j*C Evcritt, Baker Confectioner, and-' Senegal §toreteeper, — BYKON BAY. — A €hoi-e and Up-to-Datc Stock always on view. ? DRAPERY, mr grocery., ^V«. BOOTS & SHOES, ^%. . CLOTHING, 9m ^ hosiery, 1 IRONMONGERY, ^^ etc., etc. illillinei-y and Dressmaking Done at shortest notice. Bread delivered all over the .District at 4d. per Loaf. 1 ~- . J PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. ... Execute* nil orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanfts of all Descriptions.

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IRA D. SANKEY AND HIS ORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 August 1903

IRA D. SANKEY asd HIS ORGAN. Ira D. Sankey, the most famous of all s.nging evangelists, has pt-u.i stricken witu biiiiu:,ess (says me Nc7v l ork World), Tuc man wiio [craveJied over ihci World for years, across seas and back, leading a life ot LTtJiiie.iduUri aeilvi.y, now passes ms clays in ms B/oo^jya home-, as Helpless as a Hide aiud in trie dark. His wife and his sons and tii. iittie graiHlciuJdren wikku m; idoiisvs. Hupe -i.ul her hrociiei- I.-a D. San key II. , are tender and watcuful l.i iLueir wire lor ninj, m\d they ;uu a; Kvays rewarded by a kind word and a pleasant sniiie, toi1 aifjiough wasred Dy disease and suiLvring, tie is in. uiost c.ii.jeri.LM ot tnc.n ail. l-Lis ? taitii rests upon a Vucx-. If ever a man l^'heved to tue innermost iiinv of his being the gospel tnat he pi'eaclied, it is Ira D. S.iiikey. Tiie last song written by Ira 1). San key, just b-.-i.oru lie was stricken with Diindiies.s, probaiily tne last song tie will uvtv wi-ite, was ' Lvi iiit J vi-.r.-.--...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 August 1903

Quaift's Pier J^otel. BYRON BAY. Excellent Accommodation. B-'st Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. Sample and Billiard Rooms. Experienced and Careful Cirooin. Hotel Waggonette meets all Ariivals by Sea and Train. I ! .4 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. I). QUAIN, PEOPEIETOE. JVCarr and J-ing, LATE J. G. LOCKE & CO., GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYRON BAY. NEW SMTPMKNTS AKKIVINd KVKRY J'iOAT. NKW SIlll'MKNTS ARRIVING KVKRY BOAT. \VK BVY YOU CASH SO THK PKOPLE (JET THE 1-1ENEEIT. Autumn and Winter DRAPERY & Clothing, WHEREAT'S BODTS. ^ K'OCKRIES an. I Inmnioii-ery :it lowest Lismoiv Prio-s. Call and Ins]K-c-t cur Stock and] Prices, before ?'--A-~ ( T si'iulini; your Moiu-v out of the district. SPECIALITY. All orders will receive prompt attention.

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