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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 August 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. The meeting of the Progress As sociation, on Thursday evening lap sed for want of a quorum, this was caused by the extremely bad weather The meeting was postponed until Thursday 2Jth iust, Excursion Train for Brisbane Exhibition, low rates. See udvt. The many friends of Miss Alice Clifford will rejoice to hear she is rapidly recovering from her recent severe attack of typhoid, and is at present staying with her mother. Mrs. W. Bailey. 'We trust that a sojourn in Byron Bay will soon give her back her wonted health and strength. Father Murray commenced his Mission in the R. C. Church on Wednesday evening, and is continu ing to hold services every evening. The attendance has been very good considering the extremely wet weather we are experiencing. Mr. H. Horsey is calling tenders for the erection, according to plans and specifications, of a handsome five roomed cottage. The same will be erected next the Rccoul office. In dispensing tea and coffee at the late ball att...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Presbyterian Church of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 August 1903

Presbyterian ('liiircli of Australia. Sunday. August. !-th. I'M 18. Mullunibiiiiby 1 1 a.m. Billiimdgcl 2.'M). p.m. Myoc.um 7.i)0 p.m. KEY. CI-T.AS. H. MAINS. BjJ.run Ban Becurir, HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIOHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBCO BY OAIN I HERE PATRIOT TRUTH H«R QLORIOU3 PRECEPT* DRAW, PLEOOEO TO RELIGION. LOYALTY, ANO LAW. SA'ITllDAY. Al.'CJI'ST x. l'.toM.

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Cable News. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 8 August 1903

Cable News. -0-   LONDON, Monday.       Cardinal Sarto, Patriarch of Venice, was elected Pope. Japanese papers assert that Russia is building barracks throughout Manchuria and storing rifles at strategetical points. Three Cardinals arc ill in the   Vatican. The Archbishop of Santi age (De Compostela) is dying. Later. The Coronation of the new Pope is fixed for 8th December. Mr. Everitt can show a pumpkin, grown on his farm, weighing f)Olb. It would take a big family to get through that vegetable. The Railway Commisioners have, we understand, promised to lay the loop line, at the jetty; and, also be lieve, the Government Good-shed is. to be removed partly to Mullnm bimby and partly ro Bangalow. Tint lessees of the jetty intend improving and enlarging their goods-shed at an early date. Hoyle's Prints! The Premier Washing Prints! Messrs. Marr and King have received a consignment of Hoyle's Prints, the newest pat terns and...

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Useful Hints [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

Useful pints' . Nothing looks worse than grimy matting, and yet it is not difficult to keep it in good condition,first have it well shaken to remove all dust, and then wash it with salt and water. It must not be made too wet, and well dried afterwards with a cloth. If there are any stains alcohol will remove them. Floor-cloths and linoleums will hist as long again if given a thin coat of varnish when first put down. Don't allow them to be washed with so:»p and water, but polish once a week with beeswax and turpentine, wiping with a damp cloth first if very dusty. If they are well rubbed with a duster on other days they will look nice for yeais. To clean rusty steel first rub thoroughly with sweet oil, leaving enough oil on the article to be clean ed to thoroughly soak into the rust. Leave till next day, then rub with unslaked lime till all rust is removed. Remember if rust is allowed to eat very deeply into steel nothing will remove the marks, so always look over' any steel articles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

}£ Everitt, BaRer Confectioner, and Senegal Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY. — A Choice aai«l Up-to-Date Stock always on view. M DEAPEEY, mr grocery, Mfc- BOOTS & SHOES, ^L CLOTHING, Wm ^ HOSIERY, 1 IRONMONGERY, 1^ etc., etc. .llillinciy and Ores* making Done at shortest notice. Ere ad delivered all ever the District at 4d. per Loaf. -- - - - y PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. xecutes all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanfts of all Descriptions.

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Christmas Damn OR, LESTER CHEVNIX' MODEL. (Continued.) CHAPTER 1. THE MODEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

Christmas Damn ; OR, LESTER CHEVNIX' MODEL. (Continued.) CHAPTER 1. THE MODEL. Cjf 1 E had stood looking down y'Y earnestly into the splendid (*f'\ face, touching from its heavy load of cure. Then, almost before he could reply, she was hast ening from him upstairs. So he let himself, out, and went thoughtfully along the crowded thoroughfares. On every hand the shops were bright and busy with Christmas and good oheer. On either hand the hurrying crowds went by, often with interchange of the season's greetings, but Rupert Chevnix walked, lived in a world of his own. A world newly created. A world he saw but with mental vision, and inhabited but by one being, from whom its creation had sprung — Lilian Kavan agh. Meanwhile, on the two quitting the apartment, the man called Bran don, sitting on a corner of the table, tone and manner changing, said : 'Look here, Kavanagh, this makes eighty pounds ! I can't go on like this, you know. I can't and I won't be put off. I must have the money — ...

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Poetry and Friction. Life's Paths. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

-) ^ cAfc and ?/rtcfam. bif?'S Paths. It's a wonderful world we're in my dear, A wonderful world, they say. And blest they be who may wander free Wherever a wish may stray : Who spread their sails to the arctic gales, Or bask in the tropic's bowers, while we must keep to the footpath steep, In this workaday life of ours. For smooth is the road for the few, my And wide are the ways they roam : Our feet are led where the millions tread, In the worn, old lanes of home. And the years may flow for weal or woe, And the trost may follow the flowers, Our steps are bound to the selfsame round, In this workaday life of ours. But narrow our path may be, my dear, And simple the scenes in view. A heart like thine and a love like mine Will carry us bravely through. With a happy song we'll trudge along, And smile on the shine or showers. And we'll ease the pack on a brother's back. By this workaday life of ours. —Joe Lincoln, in '? Cape Cod Ballads.'

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

NEWS AND NOTES. The Times says that a considerable portion of industrial Russia is in a condition bordering on wholesale anarch}-. The dock laborers at Odessa sacked manv shops and have thrown their contents into the sea. The laborers forced the chief of police to flee and they declare they will burn the city if the troops shoot. There are hundreds of passive re gisters to the Education Act in ;Birmingham and Sheffield, includ ing clergymen and ladies. The i Bench of Magistrates invariably en iforce payment 'f dues. : Persistent experiments with the X-rays has injured Edison's eye sight, putting his eyes out of focus. And his assistant's arm became nara — L- l}'Sefl and had to be amputated. The American Legation at Peking asserts that the reformer and jour nalist Sben Chicn was beaten for four hours and was then strangled. A cable published last. week, stated that by the special orders of tlie Km press Dowager of China Shen (,'hien, who had advocated the assass ination of the dynast...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

A WAW(WffltlWT% W^W/nl'TPlA^f T^TPBCJfffti^W '1 i— — — — — — ^^— -— ny— ^ || | .^—p «w^..«— l-|TTr..IMil»-lll!«!in« !???? ? nVTT' '' T' ? ???? IF '?''?' J^l r.Tllfff ? '' ?'|-'^»r»iln ?? i Mn.imwf 1 B Y E 0 N B A Y. y p ? _ ? ! (j; B:\4--II«iiI A4-M»!2atiiocIaiioii. I5«'st AI-*k, VTiiH'K, and Spirits. Bcsl of rI':nI-i('s. BCvrrj AlK'iif ioit. ji ? i ;! S»;:i|»I-- and itgiHia:-*] Iioo;»s. F.\ j-o& Jrnrod and -'ai-'lul -;i-muh. Hotel U'a^^oBU'tio inccis a3! Arrivals by Sra and Train. VS this HoU'l is situiitc«l nearer to tin.1 Piicific Occiin tlmn any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charm:-? (, S | AS A SUMMER RESORT. I 1). -QUATN, PliOPKIETOK. ii !! P __ ? ^ ? _ ? _^ ? ___ i i I LATE J. C. LOCKE & CO., j C-rRXE 1 Jv A I . ST( ) 1 IK I\]h]E 1 ^EIT S. 1 nTRON .BA Y. i NKW SIIII'MKNTS AUHIVINt; KVKHY IJOAT. XKW Sllf i'MKXTS AK'KtVIXd KVKWV P.OAT. Wl'1. lU'Y KOI! CASH SOTIIK PKOIM ,K (JKT TIIM MKNKKIT. -* -m w j 9 i 'B^V T^ A T^5h W~'^ B^tl '%. T C* /~V...

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The Jennings Millions. A LITHGOW CLAIMANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

The .I«;ii3aiiiKs ^Billions. A LITHOOW (,'LAIMA.VT. Some time ago an article appeared1 in the World's Xcics on ''I'lie Jen nings Millions,' a remarkable story1 of an immense sum of money esti mated at anything between forty and fifty millions, at present in Chancery, and me fruitless efforts that h;.d been made to realis- it, over , £100,000 having been spent in this j way. Some two years ago adver- , tisements were inserted in. the Aus tralasian papers, asking for claimants To those advertisements there were' a number of replies, among them being own by Mrs. C'ockerton, wife of a Lithgow photographer, ami daughter of Mr. Hd ward Jennings, of Hermitage Flat. An appoint ment was made in Sydney with Mr. William Jennings, who had, conn; from Kngbuid, and i! was' found that of all the Australian ap-j plicants, Mrs. Cockertou's fatherj was the only one with satisfactory; credential.-;. Mr. 'William Jennings,; who is acting in conjunction with; tlie principal claimant, ?vlr. David Jenning...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

CIRCULATING LARCELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. *^ritvud/iea eve}.//, i7afolaa?i ^yvteiniua. BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. T AND and General Commission A;'ont _Lj Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire)- : K- W. Thompson, JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. JJIULLUMBIIflBY. A UCTIONS held and Propertie« for IjL Private Sale in all parts of the Biu Scrub and Tweed River Districts. A large list of properties to select from. Sugar Rebate, and Land and In- i come Tax, returns made out and ' forwarded. WORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. i LIMITED. | — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the now Factory, Lismore. coni-i mencinpr WEDNESDAY. 3rd DECEM-i BER, 1002. : W. H. CLIFFORD. Secretary, j R. C. EWING7! Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c.i Government Assessor, !TI V R W ILLl H BAH. | S wo in Valuator uudcr Keal Property Act. 1 Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co... ? . ? j (~1 KT your ...

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Quarantine Your Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

ilaiursmtint'. V«str Pitfs. The following advice from an; American paper is equally appliablel here : — Every indication exists atj this time that there is likely to be!' widespread disease unions pigs this fall. It has broken out in a great many localities, spread out over a lumber of States, and while, at the present time it is not severe and may; !xj kept within bounds by prompt' jxertion of thos' whose herds an; in Ix-cted, it is only what we have, been; looking for this year, becauso of the ,ui:;iety of farmers to prepare, for the' ?arly markets by feeding m-w corn; to heavy, which has invited the! outbreak by putting rheir pipr.s out; :)f condition to resist disease. ! O.ie of tlie things that every f;ir-| uier should provide against is thej bringing into hisown herd the dis-i ease through his purchases. The! pig may not come from a cholera! herd, but while being transported' it runs, tin.1 'risk of catching the - Us-; wise through a. number of channels.! Where pigs are shippe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

BYRON BAY. I JR. AUDSLEY.^ I ^e Ii. (^rimwood, I TflE OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND LARGEST STORE IX THE BYRON HAY DISTRICT. I The Imperial is NOT A CASH STORE. I Although PRICES Charged, Compare favourably with any in the TOWN. ? IT |3 I 71 T) 1 Y TERMS. Low Rates, and First Rate Articles, are the three things relied on to .secure the support ? jJL Olj il/\lj --f the Public. R. AUDSLEY. ? IS NOW OPEN FOE BUSINESS. Drapery, Clothing, Groceries, &c, Note the Address : flEXT Bfl^K t Give us a Call, It will PH you.) JACKSON BROS. ; TAILORS AND MERCERS. | JIolCKvrortli-KtiTM't. LISMOKE, OUK Traveller visits all parts ui the Districts aud will visit ; B5yr«ii Bay monthly, jWith a large stock of Serges. 'Worsteds, jto select from. Our Motto is to give ! honest value fur your money. Our ?Fit, and Woi'kmanshi]) speaks for ! itself. ; ? o ? j ; BROS., j 'I'iiilors :iimI M-tc-'I'n, risntorc. ' Re]-. Harvey Jackson. i N'OR'l'II COAST (.'()-- )PKltATIVK ' COY.. LTD. VM TRUCKS will lcuvu tliu S...

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A New Early Pen, Ve[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

i A \-%\v B^stJ'Iy 3*4*11, VriU'k's A -?:.::-;.: (;. Wy.'hes, a well-known horti cultural authority says in 'Thej Garden.' that this new pen has now; |,rii grown hum enough to test its! llM.rits. and Mi ihu ivsp 'ft it may; 1) ? classed as first-rate and a valu-j able addition to the First earJies. undj what is so important, its quality is excellent, and when season and: orop are considered it will certainly become a standard variety. Thej small early round are. not. alwaysj --oo I in ilavoiir, as this sort of pea1 agjs so quickly, a:nl though early they are not continuous croppers, but the Acme cannot be thus classed. It continues to crop for souk; time and is more valuable on that account. The flavour is excellent, and this is not to be wondered at when one of its parents was the excellent Strata g~'ii, one of the best-flavoured peas «vtv introduced, the other being! Veitcif.s Early. It .should make an excellent pea for exposed positions and he.ivv soil.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

Itook Bargains AT Hawy Everitt's, NEW STORE, SHIRLEY STREET, Byron Bay., ? IN ? : Boots, AND Shoes, OABPET SLIPPERS, j 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 nil shades ami prices. All these New Goods. Ladies' Winter Hats Trimmed to Order. At prices that defy Competition. H. Everitt's. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ^?Will be held in the OfSCHOOL OF ARTS. In aid of the R.C. CHURCH DEBT, — ON— Oth, 7th and i)th November. A Grand Ball will be held on the night of the 9th. Mrs. Brandon will preside at the Fancy Stall and Mrs. Everitt at the Refreshment Stall. Full Particulars later. BIROrV BAY JOCKEY CLUB. RACE BALL. Will be held on the 3rd September, In tl?e §(f?ool of (Mrfs, ? I Double Tickets ? f-s. ] Ladies Tickets 2s. (Id. 'Jommence at 8 p.m. K. MeLENNAN, Hon. Sec. Quadrille ©Assembly ( BYRON BAY. ', ON THURSDAY, 20th. A SELECT Quadrille Assembly x\. will be held in Qnain's Hall, [kno...

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DAIRY & FARM. American E[?]ous Poultry and Egg Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

[?] A^iiwira's Esssi'hoeis Ponllry ami JEfjfjf Business. George Fayette Thonpson, of the United State.* Agricultural Depart ment, has written u treatise upon f'io m -.l iM'i lv.-:n, which contains in f innatio:) of interest. As a rapid ai.-uumlator of financial resources] ine 1 i (-11 is in I he same elasi as oil wells ami gold mines. The thor oughly modern hoti no longer waste. li-i- Unto hafchiuy t'ggs. She leaves | th-ifc wni'ii entirely to the i;:c;il-ator.] \v [ i j ! c ' s'.ie (1- votes the time thus! gained p- the more profitable ln,b:-ui; «if j - :-- -t I'.icri'.i^f eggs, j The production --f poultry tunl ; e^'irs is tile mosr profitable of allj: iiiili'.s:i-ie.-:. Mr. Thompson estimates! t!i;.t a thoroughly modernised honi can :-i-;! Use -10 ) per cent, profit, for; her ow.hm-. In :?}.'- States and ier-j i ,;-irie.; tlie value of eggs exceeds Me value of the poultry product. Th-- cry product in the United, S:ates ,!i!)o!in[ to mor- when mwi sured !-v dollars and cents than ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

TENDERS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. TENDERS are invited for 12£ cord. Firewood to be cut in' to 15 inch lengths wood must be Hound and delivered at Cape Byron Lighthouse. For further particulars, Apply Principal Keeper. W. WARREN. BYRON BAY PROCRESS ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL MEETING of Members of the above Associa tion will be held in the School of Arts, on THURSDAY 20th August at 8 p.m. All members are invited to attend. 0. B. Wareham, Hon. Sec. NOTICE. ANY stock found trespassing on ' Newsteiid ' after this elate will be impounded without respect to persons. B. CAKPENTER. August 1st I'M',. ? ... ? ? . , ...... . ....... | ^mtttetm - L/-- ; Twth ^liidc Beautiful, i B--:iii{ifiil T-m:(Ii tfadcj HI). FERGUSON, Surgeon ami. ? Mechanic-il Dentist will; Visit : -Byron Bay, (McLean's Hotel.) EVERY FRIDAY. j Teeth Filled with Gold or Atnal-; gum. Scaled, cleaned and Regulated. Extractions Absolutely PAINLESS.

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Telegraphic News. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

ffcletfrabfyc McWs. Brisbane, Tuesday. Railway communication between the Tweed River and Brisbane was opened yesterdey with the excursion train conveying the Clarence, Rich mond, and Tweed visitors. The train with two engines and nine car riages, left Tweed Heads at ;- o clock. The front engine was draped with flags. When the train steamed out there was a good deal of cheering and the usual popping of fog signal;-. The train arrived in Brisbane at 6. HO. There was a good crowd of people ; t the station awaiting its arrival, sum there was considerable enthusiasm. The actual travelling time between Lismore and Brisbane was eight ainl a half hours. There is a tremendous influx of visitors to Brisbane, and the exhibi tion is a decided success. The weather is delightful and the Show ground is crowded with people- from all parts. Svuxky. A man arrested in the city on Sunday morning, on a cl.arg* of garrotting, cut his throat with a j.en knife in the police station, but the wouv.d is not l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

H AN DRILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work ef all kinds, Rubber Stamp*. 1 GIVE US A TRIAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

*CttE'ds, Programmes, , Cireiitars,. Letter Headings, Note i Heading, f . ?? ? ! | HILI IIIADS. 1. ' ' ; ? i ? -,.-,. . ? . .. I .,

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