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

, ,' ? '-', / ' ' ' ' ''? ' ' / ' . ' ' '' Qreat JVforihern Jfotel, jr Sea Side Resort, f I I ' M$\$AiH%- ..HftTFi BYRO/J I f r ) 7 ^$ ~L %& V i^T\ -: ? V ^s/A »» G3^HE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most *« VV W i ? ^~— -^// ^ YY conveniently situated, an-ifwell managed hostelry. Every attention '£# \VV^_^ c^y/Jl W§ -c/ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ Vwv i /if \ f% t The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are -;# \ Vv3 \ f ([ ( 0^ tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony ^ l\\ ; C ^ ^ which is a veritable ' look out ' commanding the most magnificent views of -'* cJ ' ^ ^ the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high ^. ^ 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 ## ^ Northern Hotel takes a high place amongst the hosteleries of the State...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

1 ) Bypon Bay Record. j -y|(4Ps ^^llim 111 ^gria j ^ J ^ M-~* JLflA JL«^ S ^ I 1 I TX RANTED Hi'iuK'i-s of tin- ?? Byimi JJay Ki-coi-il.' to note the V V si«hscM'i\-tion \n:v year, if \n\U\ in advance, is Ids. posted, or 1.2s. Booked. Subscriptions may ho connm-nced at any time. Give your snp])ort to the local ]uip'i\ I \KIV.\LLi:i- AS A.\ AI-VI:KTISI.\-; IfliSDIUIVl.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

? Coachhuildcr, 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 CHARGES. j SHOEING A SPECIALITY, j Jim Wilson, Builder an-l i'otttrswtor. HAVING had a large experience, he is prepared to advise as to the most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for till kinds of Buildings, r Repairs to Buildings, I Furniture, Joinery, | LATTIC IE WORK A j ? . SPECIALITY.! i WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. i i PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS! i Irs. J. Joyce, r UP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY, COOPS EMPORIUM. ! svd.\i:y papers, I Town arid Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. i , BRISBANE PAPERS. j Courier. Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, Week. 1 iUELBOI ;R*E PAPERS. j Lender and Saturday. andthe BYRON BAY RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery. Fa...

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Lee-Enfield V. Martini-Enfield Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

Lcc-Enfield V. JVIarfiiii-Enfield, Rifle*. ! ? n ? I The following correspondence,, which has passed between T. T. Ewing, Esq. M.H.R. and the De partment of Defence may prove of interest to the district Rifle. Clubs, as some of the members mav not be averse to using Martini Enfields : — To the Secretary, Department of Defence. Dear Sir. — I should be glad if yon would kindly inform me when you have decided the terms upon which Magazine Lee-En Held ;-i).'5 Rifles may be obtained. I shall regard it as a favor if you will kindly keep this memo before you, so that the matter may not be overlooked. Yours Faithfnllv THOS. EWING. From (lie Department of Defence Melbourne. Deai' Sir. — In reply to your ques tion as to the conditions undei* which .303 rifles may be. obtained, I beg to inform you that. the Depart ment is endeavouring to make ar rangements by which Magazine Lee Enh'eld .;$0;$ rifles may lie supplied on payment, without delay : but at present the Minister is waiting a reply to ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORTH COAST CO-OP. COY. LTD. MONTHLY REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

NORTH COAST CO-OP. COY. LTD. MONTHLY REPORT Cream. — The cream supply held well during the past month at both factories, and a slight increase is al ready perceptible. No doubt before our next circular appears, export will oe spoken or, ana preparations maue for starting same. With the warmer weather approaching, it will be nec essary to send daily in order to turn out an article to realise the extra halfpenny on the local market, and export successfully. In order to maintain our name, it is to be hoped suppliers will respond and give us that assistance which is necessary, and we on our part will do all that possibly can be done. It is remarkable how many suppliers will hold their cans until full, thus frequently having it old and cheesy in flavour, and all the freshness gone out of it. Some of the cream being of a strong flavour is no doubt due to the feed, and will gradually wear off:. BACON. — The pig supplj' was ex ceedingly good during the month, a slight variation in quality b...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

LOCAL AND CENERAL Mr. F. P. Baker, late of Sydney and Lismore, is making preparations to open a first-class Hairdressing Saloon, adjoining the Pier Hotel, where he hopes, by civility and strict attention to business, to merit x share of public patronage.* Quite an exceptionally large num ber of excursionists have passed through Byron Bay by train, en route for the Queensland capital, being able to complete the journey in one day proving a great inducement. Of course most have gone for the pur pose of seeing the Exhibition, but probably many have taken advantage of the low rates to visit and see the sister State. Messrs. M. McLean, P. Wooldrige, A. Harrison, F. Flick and a number of others arc in Bris bane for the purpose of competing in the Queensland Rifle Match. They will doubtless witness some good shooting. Tenders for building Mr. H, Hor sey 's cottage close to-day. On the lDthinst. the sale of privil eges in connection with the Jockey Club and Quain's Race Meetings, will take ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POPE PIUS X. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

POPE PIUS X. The new Pope, who has taken the name of Pius X. is (J8 years of age, has a conciliatory temper and is a favorite with clericals and liberals alike. He comes from humble ori gin, and has risen from a country curacy. While in charge of the diocese of Venice he commanded the gospel to be read and explained in the vernacular on Sundays and feast days. His Holiness while in Venice by his firmness remedied a deplorable laxity caused by his predecessor's indulgence. He also welcomed the King of Italy while the latter was on a visit to Home. j The King of Italy was agreeably .surprised by the election of Cardinal Sarto to the Papacy. Anyone is able to obtain an audi ence with Pins X. Many stones' are told of his simplicity. He dis-j missed his coach at the Vatican! Gardens because his legs were good! enough to walk. His Holiness beg ged the architect who 'is preparing! plans for renovating bis room notj to make his apartments too smart. On another occasion the Pope said : 'A po...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cable News. LONDON Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

([able {4eWs. London Tuesday. Street fighting prevailed for days at Kieff (south-western Russia), be tween the Cossacks and the strikers. Sixty people were killed and 100 wounded. The Cossacks drove the inhabitants into the river Dnieper, including women and children. The Railway workers, mechanics, and textile operatives have joined the strikers. The ' Catholic Herald ' aunoun ces that Cardinal Serafino Vaunutelli has succeeded Cardinal Rampolla as Papal Secretary of State. The newspapers state that the selection of Lord Northcote as Gov ernor-General of Australia gives general satisfaction. Besides his social gifts and his personal advan tage, his training has been an excel lent preparation.- for his new post. His ripe experience and tactful political sympathy will be valuable in a free and democratic federation.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. August 13 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. August 13 1903. Cavanl'a s.sfiTii ton«. Captain J. IT. 1:1 1 1 n t e r j frmii Sydney. Pas^entjers* 'Misnames, j Walmsley. Lord. Bennett. Lawes (Jard iiiernud family, Misses Wri»lit. Robert son, L-uvro'icf. Munii, O'Cnnnell, Fruser. , Mussrs. McDonahl (Jraham. Miller.; Ij-iwi'S. E'-ra. Noonian. Neisinann. Hayes.i Newi.'ll. Walinley. O'Connai'. Danirnerell.! (Joodsir. liruniier. Bodniore, blaster Luwi-s. and \2 second cal»in. \ FRKK.JHT. I lf»il Tons General .Merchandise, and' :VI head of cattle. | REPORT, Left S.vdnoy at 10.1/i p.m. on the 11th Called ;it the usual Ports ;unl arrived in Hvron Bay at noon on the Kith Experienced variably winds to Smoky Capo. Thence strong south east to ar rival, son. smooth throughout.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. Presbyterian Church of Australia. Sunday, August. 16th. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

Church of Rutland. Parish Of Byron Bay. Presbyterian -,'luir-:li of Australia. Sunday, August, llJth VM\. .Mulluinbimby.il ; Tyagarah, '2.;\U : Myron Buy, I'.W. EDWIN J. DODD. Sunday. August, ll'.tli. I'.Hia. Myron Bay (Masonic Hall), 11 a.m. Springvale 2. HO p.m. Banyalow 7.9(1 p.m. REV. CH.AS. II. HA INK.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

COMMENTARIES. ? «» ? We note a contemporary has been spreading himself out over the Byron Bay Breakwater scheme, and tells us all we already know, re By ron Bay being the only port north of Newcastle worth spending money -n to make it a reliable shelter etc. But the writer like every other advo cate of expenditure for improve ments in the country, can't tell us where the ' boodle ' is to come from. To be sure, the Government does not Dwe much — when you say it quickly —something like £80,000,000, we be lieve and have received a gentle hint irom the Home money-lenders not :o ask for any more, as the Queens land loan will be the last for some :ime, anil it is nearly a certainty that \\a shall not be able to raise suffici ent out of the revenue to pay in-i 'erest on the amount we are already! indebted. The breakwater would be! i most costly and noble piece of j engineering skill. A work that a generation could hand down to pos-j terity with pride, were it carried out' properly, and a w...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

BRIEF MENTION. A young woman named Marian Weir residing at the Missionary Home, Stan more, was found dead in the bathroom. It is believed she, was suffocated by gas, which was found escaping from a tube connec ted with the water heater. In the bedroom of John Johnston, formerly senior-constable in the Victorian Police, who was found dead in bed at Melbourne, a bag was discovered containing £2,000 in coin, and several thousand pounds worth of mining script. The deceased was rej-oi'ted to be worth £50,000. The Wollongong committee of the Mount Kembla Relief Fund has de cided that it will make no alteration in the weekly payments to widows who may marry again. Charles Herbert Young, and Albert Fisher were each sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment with hard labour for stealing money from the firm of Anthony Hordern and Sons. During a heavy gale a ketch named the Supply capsized near Rosevears (Tasmania), and a lad named Harold Sinimonds was [drowned. j The residence of James Tozer, a Ic...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 August 1903

The postponed Monthly Meeting of the Progress Association will be held on Thursday evening next, when the annual election of officer's for the ensuing year will take place. Bpxm Bag Htcflrtr, HIKE SHALL THI PRESS THE PEOPLES1 RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWEO BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN | HERB PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDOED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATURDAY, AUGUST In, 1903.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 August 1903

(Useful '{tints' .' FASHIONS; It is said that dress this Season is £o be composed in many cases of two distinct colours'. The' 'newest Swiss muslins, of which we have heard so much, are dotted in pink and blue, and make up delightfully. These muslins are to be trimmed with yards of lace, Madame la Mode having as yet found nothing more suitable for decorations. It will be a difficult task to supersede lace, for it has reigned first favourite for so many years. All through the late winter and earl)* spring, when the popularity of gauged frocks' was manifestly on the increase, how one has longed for (says the 'Queen ') themuslinsand thin fabrics of summer to show them at their best, for the softer, thinner the material the more seduc tive the gauged effect. Now that summer is in the air we can begin to think of our summer clothes. So we see linen, linen everywhere, al ternated with muslin and linen re wole; In passing though, 1 should like to plead the cause of the over laid seams wher...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Christmas Damn OR, LESTER CHEVNIX MODEL. (Continued.) CHAPTER II. IS IT TRUE ? [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 August 1903

Christmas Damn ; OR, LESTER CHEVNIX' MODEL. (Continued.) CHAPTER I L ^IS IT TRUE ? 'l^TOT, I maintain,' persisted .1.1 Rupert, holding his ground, ' when a gentleman, under peculiar and unfortunate conditions, lias been coerced into it.' He had found Harold Kavanngh alone, as he knew he should, and, stating his love for Lilian, had heard he had observed on the father's countenance an un mistake-able start of pleasure, followed by disappoint ment. For a second it Avas evident lie had forgotten the bond existing between himself and Mark Brandon. ' Mr. Kavanagh,' proceeded Ru pert, before he could be interrupted, ' I am morally convinced that, by a c inning piece of rascaldom, these loans have been lent you — I might say craftily forced on you — with an evil, not a good intent. It has been with the intent of getting you, a gentleman, whose pure sense of hon our would naturally blind yon to such villainy,' Harold Kanavagh bowed, but he flushed a little, per haps guiltily, too, ' into th...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry and Friction. A WREATH FROM ADAM'S GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 August 1903

I £%ejtyp ana -^idwn. X 7 V A WREATH FROM ADAM'S GARDEN. Around lie the limitless acres of forests Australian, Infinite solitude scarcely disturbed by a sound, Only the keen, tireless tinklings of bell birds, leaf hidden, Break as a monotone chord on a silence profound. Stately and tall, with but rarely a varying loiia^e, Range the bush monarchs, with branches just rocked by the wind ; Low at their ieet cluster saplings and giant-leaved tree-ferns, Anchored in mosses, with creepers car essingly twined. Rarely the sad, sombre foliage is bright-! ened with colour, Save by the white-starred clematis and glory- pea bine, Or 'gainst the branch-trellised verge of the long-stretching forest Dagger-leaved lightwoods and gold-! tufted wattle trees shine. i I Seen thro' a clearing of bush soft with! velvety verdure, The plain's fertile acreage lies 'neath the westering sun ; Down to the flat rolls the marsh-merging fringe of the forest, And red cattle graze on the grass of the wide station ru...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SHIP ON FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 August 1903

A SHIP ON FIRE. ? o ? The barque Earl ot Dunmore caught fire while in Sydney Har bour , on the 14th inst., and it has proved most disastrous for the whole of the valuable cargo fron London was destroyed by the fire, or dam r\ r*/\A K*t «r-»fnii l^.^fn»»T oPPr»»»f. \\n.jo made to combat the fire but without much success, as a fresh south-west wind was blowing. The fire had started under the closed hatches. niVeniuaiiy sue was uecicucu iiu j.\us« Bay. The. whole of the deck from the forecastle to abaft of the fore mast is bulged out, and in places completely burnt through by the (lames. It is very probable that the base of the foremast has been con sumed by the fire ; but there is said to be no danger of the mast falling. The origin of the outbreak remains a mystery. Later information states that ship Earl of Dunmore has been floated, and since berthed at Wooloomooloo. Lord Lonsdale, who arrived in Sydney last week, thinks that if the Far Eastern trouble develops into a war it will be...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bungalow Amateur Dramatic Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 August 1903

Bangalow Amateur Dramatic Society. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. A public meeting was convened by Mr. T. Gillard, and held at Gar vey's Hotel, on Friday the 14th inst. to form the above Society. The result was very gratifying to those directly interested, as it was a large and influential meetinsr. also a lot of enthusiasm was shown and everyone seemed to go into the movement heart and soul to make it a success. After the chairman (Mr. Gillard) explaining the benefits derived from having such a society, the election of officers was dealt with, which re sulted as follows : — Patron, Rev. Father Casey : President, P. Garvey, ^sq. , vic-fci-jrresiuejus, o. n. jc ergu son, R. Campbell, Esqs J's.P. Com mittee, Messrs. G. Reading, G. Clarke T. Robinson, T. Gillard, L. Mathews, R. Noble, A. McDonough. Manage ment Committee, Misses Felix Mur phy, L. Garvey, Messrs. Banfield, Gillard, and Ferguson. Hon. Sec, and Treasurer, Mr. H. D. Ferguson. On the conclusion of the public meeting the Managem...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 August 1903

i A 'W'/A W^T&^WIiTWi WiMW^^W^jfk^W ^W^^mrri Quaiu's Pier J*CoteI. BYBON BAY. K\«'-'II--nt .\-'----iiiiiio(lati-Mi. B--st Ales, \\ iiics, an-t Spirits. Kvst of 'I'al-l-'s. IOv«'i-- Attculioo. ! ^i;iui|-i-' au-( Killiai'tl itooms. F.xpoiii'iu-rd and ilnvvt'ul (intom. HoK'l W itfi^unvttv tuorls all Arrivals l»y Sea and 'I'taiii. VS thi,-; Hotf-jl is .situsittd m.'siror to the l^iicific Oeosm thiin any otlmr in Australia, it is nt'edle.ss to fluscrilx.' its Chnnus ? AS A SUMMER RESORT. | I). QITAIN, PROPRIETOR ! JYCaFF and j-ing, ' LATE J. G. LOCKE & CO., ! GENERAL ST- )liEKEEPER'S. 11YKON BAY. .NKW SIIII'MKNTS AKKIVI.MJ KVKWY J5OAT. NKW SMII^fKXTS AKKIV1.\(; KVKKY I50AT ! WI-] lil'Y F(-K CASIf SOTHK 1'K'OIMJ-: UE'V T1IK HKXKKIT. Autumn and Winter DRAPERY & Clothing, ! WHEREAT S BOOTH. t U(H 'KIM MS an. I Iroiinioii^cry at lowest Lisninn- 1'rics. Call ami J iispi-ei uur St«»rk and Prices, boforu ^ \ J Seliilinir ynill' AJoliey out n|' llie tlisi I'icl. ;- SPECIA...

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Value of Grading Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 August 1903

Vsilue oJ -»ra-1iii£ Butter. The necessity of grading butter, and also branding the quality upon the boxes before they are shipped to London, has been strongly advocated! in these columns. Such a course j would protect the English buyerj against paying a high price for an! I iif/ii'i rui nurtnln ii-l-\ilcr \ t it»/~n-»l/1 i-» i»r* I iiilciivu cLiiiuii^, ^mmi iu wwun.1 \j i^ Veilt the export butter industry of i New South Wales being injured by | the shipment to London of an infer ior article, and offering it to English consumers as the best quality turn ed out b\- the butter factories of this State. In the early stages of the Victorian butter industry the Government of the sister State adopted the practice of grading all the butter that was sent from there to London. So carefully was the work done under the guidance of the late Mr. Wilson, the first Victorian dairy expert, that after a few shipments were despat ched to London the brand of the Victorian Government was accepted by the...

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