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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

Cards, Programmes, Circulars, Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS,

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

G[rcat jVfoFthem JHlotel, .???BY RO.N--.-B AY. « ?.'... . ? . jjea Side Resort. j_ I A-» ^ IRAN'S ^ UOTE, . ._ BYRON § ; ^ ? $'# ! \~J^fl ^ ^^ HE GREAT NORTHERN; HOTEL, has always been noted as ii most || Iv^'^y ! ^^^/v/ ^ ii conveniently situated, andjrwell managed hostelry. Every attention ^ wvv — ! ? cSt/]\ ' ^ ^ lias ^een Siven to ooocl architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ V\\N=3 i jS u \ ^ The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are -j^' W^v I ( ' o ^ tastefully furnished. From the ?corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony |p .] y N. SO* which is a veritable ' look out' commanding the most magnificent views of '&- J ^ the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high && ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^ && come down to the level of every day things. Without doubt the Great #£ &£ Northern Hotel takes a high place amongst the hosteleries of th...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

? — . . i ? ' __^^^ Bypon Bay Record. SPEEDY, i | Op^TrO^lDT^TTE. I . ! i !'TT7' A.XTKD Kcadns --f tin- - Byron lia.y Record,'' to note the W siiiwc-ription \wv yc:ir, if paid in iulvanc-c, is 10s. posted, or 12s. Bnokcil. Subscriptions liiay be connm-iu-ud at any time. Give yovu suppon to ihe local ]ia))cr. l?IVKIVALLI-:i- AS AS ADVERTISING.! ^lEDIlilI.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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BYRON BAY JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP, once round the course. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

Byron Bay Jockey Club Handi cap, once round the course. E. C. Naylor's blk.g. Prince Lyon 4 yrs ? It :- W. C. Barne's ch.rn. Nirvana 8 13 F. Kuhn's ch.g. Fisherman ... 8 0 .J. Gray's br.g. Master Danton 5 yrs ? 7 13 T. Kingsley's. Albert ? 7 10 Miss K. Armstrong's ch.g. Bashan aged ? 7 l- J. McGettigan's b.m. Nonrm aged ? 7 (- J. McPherson's blk.h. Melotte 4 yrs ? 7 1 F. Knight's Wooribee ? 7 0 F. Kuhn's br.g. Emulato ... 6 10

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BYRON BAY JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

BYRON BAY JOCKEY CLUB. The following weights have been declared for the Byron Bay Jockey Club Meeting, to be held on Thurs day, next : — Town Plate Handicap G furlongs. E. C. Naylor's blk.g. Prince Lyon 4 yrs ? 9 7 J. Fletcher's Maxim aged ... 8 11 J. Gray's b.g. Jimmy Gov ernor aged ? 8 8 F. Kuhu's ch.g. Fisherman ... 8 2 J. Gray's br.g. Master Dan ton, 5 yrs ? 8 1 Miss K. Armstrong's ch.g. Bashan aged ? 7 8 J. McGettigan's b.m. Norma aged ? 7 8 W. Carney's e.g. Geebung, aged 7 6 J. McPherson's blk.h. Melotte, 4 yrs ? 7 ;) F. Kuhn's br.g. Emulafco ... 0 12 H. Kyle's Walrus ? U 7

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAGAZINE RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

MAGAZINE RIFLES. T. T. L'wing, Esq. M.H.R., is in re-i ceipt of the following coininunica-; tion from the Department of; Defence, and from which it may be; inferred that if application be made; to the authorities, Magazine, riflesi can be obtained either immediately,! or in the near future : — ki Dear Sir.j With reference; to your inquiry rc-j lative to the s'tle of rifles to Rillcj Clubs, I beg to imform you that the! Department has issued instructions! that Magazine rifles shall be sold to; members of Rifle Clubs, on requisi tion, at cost price, viz., .£.') lf)s. (.kl..j and Martini Enfield riflesat£2 each.! '? It is expected that the Deparl-i ment will be ablu tosupiily a limited! number of Magazine rifles at this; price immediately, and that as the! sale proceeds, fresh rifles will be pro-! cured from Home, to enable the' Department to meet further de mands.' ; A niimb;'r of inmates of Dunwichi (Q) have gone on strike because they! have been ordered to go to work at: Peel Island...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shocking Domestic Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

Shocking D»!ii--K(ic Tragedy. The editor of the Queanbeyanj newspaper the Observer, Charles Augustus Gale shot, his wife dead on last Sunday even in:.'. In the evi-i donee since given it is certain he had been drinking during the (lav1 his daughter and neice while return-) ing from Sunday School earlier in| the day had noticed him in Byrnes'' Hotel yard. His neice asked him if he were coming home, receiving the' reply ' Presently.' It is stated that the crime; was the outcome of a domestic quarrel. X i i i conse.qr.ence of some argument, Mrs.' Gale, it is stated, called her husband a liar. A neighbour heard Gale say 'You'll get it,' iin:r:'Jtl'iat'.'.ly follow ed by-- the sound of a revolver shot. The two little girls had partly witnessed the dreadful affair, and had rushed out for help. At the inquest, the jury returned a 'verdict of wilful murder against the ! husband.

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 — 29 August 1903

BRIEF MENTION. The first Isi.s (Queensland) Show was opened by the Governor, Sir Herbert Cheirnside, on the 19th inst., and was an immense success and much local interest was mani fested, while many visitors from Brisbane, Bundaberg, Childers and other centres attended. About 7 o'clock last Sunday even' ing Constable Joyce found a young married woman named Sarah Chu hill in a fit in Macquarie-street Sydney. He removed her to the Sydney Hospital where she was ad mitted for treatment. She informed the constable that she had swal lowed a solution of inatcliheads. A telegram from Launceston (Tas.) states the body of a middle-aged man in an advanced stage of decomposition was found floating floating in the river. The deceased was well dressed, his cJothes bear ing the name John M'Leod, whilst a slip of paper gave the address, J. ? J. Foster, ? street, oil' Campbell street, Surry Hills. The address did not state whether it was Surry Hills, Victoria, or New South Wales While two local resi...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

NEWS AND NOTES. The police of Germany have re captured the girl Frieda Sittel, who was abducted by masked men from a Magdalen reformatory in Berlin in order to prevent her giving evi dence in a case in which 40 men are charged with offences against you li' girls. An earthquake has occurred :9 throughout the Mediterranean States '? Houses were damaged and clocks ? were stopped at Naples and Messina. '9 The shocks were felt at Catania, M Malta, Canea (Crete). Shocks were ' 9 experienced throughout Greece. 9 Three villages in Cythera, one of 9 the Ionian Isles, were almost en- 9 tirely destroyed. 9 A man suddenly went, mad in 9 New Cross, and in the small hours 9 [of Sunday morning made his way 9 jon to the roofs of a row of houses, ? 9 'in one- of which hu was staying. ill | For Hi- hours he was tearing down 9 iconiiiL'-stones and hurlinsr chimnev- 9 lots, bricks, and slates through the ll windows and into the street below. ill He was finally overcome by means 9 A a fire-hose and capt...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL The usual monthly meeting of the Progress Association, which should he held next Thursday evening, will bo postponed, owing to the School of Arts being in requisition for the Race Ball. Date of meeting will be given in a future issue. A Grand Race Ball will take place on the evening of the Jockey Club Races, next Thursday, in the School of Arts. Your attention is directed to the advertisement of Messrs. Man- and King, on Page 3. A splendid selec tion of spring drapery is shortly expected to arrive. Latest Sydney Market Quotations : Butter 11$ per 1b. Bacon 8d. Last week, on the evening of the 21th inst., the Marvellous Corrick's gave one of their unrivalled concerts to a good house, and not. a few wished for a second night's enter tainment. Miss Alice Carrick charm ed all hearts with her melodious voice, and everyone expressed the desire to receive another visit from this talented family. They are all exceptionally clever and excel in their individual items. The Bi...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. August 27 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

SHIPPING. AKRIVAL. August 27 1903. C;iv;inb;is.sf/7;') tons, C;ipt;tin J. H. Hunter from Sydney. Pussungors .Mt-s.ianics. S peers. Quade iintl family, Wtirdroj), Cas t in. Miss Samler.son. ^fessrs. Ham mond, S peers, Streahorn. Rankin. Smail. Denavan. Kej)]no, W. Yonnj.', Martt-n. Sumor, ^Iuarus ami t) stcorayc. FREIGHT. Ifi!) Tons (.June nil Morcliandist.'. and. lo head of cattle. REPORT, Lfift Sydney at midnight on the 'Jrith. ('ailed at the usual Purls and arrived in. Byron Bay at '.) p.m. on tin; '2~\)\ Experienced strony eastuily t;;ilos !-? Smoky Cape. Thence strony .southerh to arrival with he:ivy sua throughout. ©gron Bait Bcctrr&.. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIChTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED DY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBEO DY GAIN ; HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER OLORIOUS PRtCtPIS DRAW, SATURDAY. ALMJl'ST -JH. 1«.mi;{.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Useful Hints. ETIQUETTE AT TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

Useful f+jnts. ETIQUETTE AT TABLE. Ladies remove their gloves at din ner, and they generally do so at ball suppers. Some persons in removing their bread or roll from the serviette place it on the right, some on the left ? etiquette says they are correct each way. At table the serviette should be re moved in lime for the servant to put the plate m its place without waiting If oysters are served an nnliircl at dinner it is before soup. Vevy few young ladies partake of them at din nir. If they do, they use a fork to carry them to the month. Soup is eaten with a tablespoon. A small quantity only should bo served. In all good houses in England fish I knives and forks are used for separ-' ating and conveying portions of fish to the mouth. One must l)e guide. I by the con-! sistency of the entree as to whether! itrihonld be oaten with a fork only or with a knife and fork. It only requires common senso to decide this point. I Asparagus is cut, and the soft parti is conveyed to the mouth wit...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic News. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

^le^rapr^ic j^l^Ws. Sydney, Wednesday. A smallpox patient named Chance died at Launceston to-day, making four fatal cases in one family. Nearly every part of the State has participated in a splendid downpour. [)ver an inch and a half was regis :ered at Wilcannia. A movement is on foot to present, Mr. Reid with a requisition to con test the Hume at the general elec tions against. Sir William Lyne. j In the Legislative Council the i Land and Income Tax Amendment! Bill was strongly opposed. The] Government adjourned the debate. At the conference of factory direc tors at Bega it was resolved to in stitute a combined scheme for the export of butter. The conference also carried a motion in favour of compulsory grading of butter by the State.

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 — 29 August 1903

Christmas Damn ; OR, LESTER CHEVNIX' MODEL. (Continued.) CHAPTER II. IS IT TRUE ? ijt' ROSSING the oak floor, ho Yf^1 entered the studio. The \c/ artist was seated at a table, x- { his head supported by his hands, apparently reading. At the sound of the opening door, he look ed up, rose, and waiting Rupert's approach, extended to him a letter, simply saying : ' Is that true ?' With the blood rushing through every vein, and whirling on his brain, Rupert read : 'Your son was secretly married this afternoon to Lilian fcavanagh your model, and the daughter of a beggar. Ask if he can deny it ? 'M. B.' Can you ?' demanded the artist. And his son now saw his face wan set, and white, like death itself, ' My dear father,' began Rupert, too surprised, bewildered, for speech. ' Not a word, not a syllable, save 'yes ' or ' no.' Answer.' Driven to desperation, as in a dream, he replied : ' Yes, it is true, sir. I ask but a hearing.' ' Not a word,' repeated the artist. Moving to the bell, he rang...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

(^able J4eWs. LONDON, Monday. All the villages on the Black Sea coast betw.-en the boundary of Bul garia and Iniada have been burning the. last three days. During the fighting which has occurred in vari ous parts of the vilayet of Adrian ioplo II insurgents ami ;'!--) Turks have b:'en killed. j The insurgents saluted the Russian! warships when passing Kuri Burtin,! ,t prominent point to the north ofj Iniada. ! Lord Salisbury's condition re imainod unchanged till '.' o'clock on Saturday niyht, when lie expired 'peacefully with no trace of pain. i The Dowager Countess of Gallo-j way was buried on the same day as! ;her half-brother. Lord Salisbury. ! The medical .statement shows that Lord Salisbury never really recov-| jd'ed from, the effects of an acute ??tt tack of nojdiritis, accompanied by! j.ilanning symptoms of heart weak ,:ii'ss. Messages of condolence have jbecn received from every quarter,! 'from Sovereigns, and most heads of State. Reference was made in the pulpits of most de...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

JlFUN.i 'Now, guard,' said Mr. Pilking ton, ' remember if I have this carri age all to myself for the whole journey, you will receive a whole half crown from me.' 'Very good, sir,' said the guard, .urn ne locKect tlie door and went to the brake to think out how he would jinvest that half-crown when he got All went well until they got to a station about the middle of the journey, and then an irascible gentleman p tilled at the door of jPilkington's carriage, as if he was pulling for a prize in a tug-of-war. 'Guard, guard,' he yelled, ' open this door. I know your tricks, and 1 won t countenance them. I've got a right to travel in this carriage and I mean to do it.' The guarp' hurried up, but, wonder of wonders he whispered a few words to the irascible gentleman, and that indi vidual went quietly away to seek room elsewhere. ' How did you manage it ?' Pilk jington asked the guard at the end of ;tho journey, as he pressed the ipromised half-crown into his hand. 'Oh, that was easy,' rep...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 August 1903

^-— — — — — ? ? ' ? ''?' '?''»? X Everitt, 13afc?r Confectioner, and (general Storekeeper, — BYKOxN BAY. — A -:iioi-:-- and I |--(---I-at-- Slo- k always on vi«'\v. f DRAPERY, GROCERY, BOOTS & SHOES, CLOTHING, HOSIERY, IRONMONGERY, etc., etc. 1iilliin!j and I-i-'*smakmK Done at shortest notice. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. J, PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. ... Kxeeutcs all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. tpanRs of all Descriptions.

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The Australian Grass Tree. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

The Australian Grass Tree. (By ' M ' in the Sydney Mvil.) This tree is a species of tree not familiar to many, excepting those engaged in the occupation of pro curing its gum, which is yearly becoming more valuable. It is purely an Australian plant of the genus Xanthorrhoea, having a thick trunk crowned with a dense tuft of pendu lous grass-like leaves, from the cen tre of which arises a long stem, bearing at its summit a dense flower spike, somewhat like a large cat's tail. The plants are familiarly known in the back country as ' black boys,' from their large trunks often being denuded and blackened by fire. They yield two kinds of fragrant resins called Botany Bay gum and [jum Acaroide.3. Great credit is due to several of our large city firms, especially Wilcox and Co., who are always, to the fore in opening up any new industry that may prove of benefit to the State; and conse quently this Australian product is placed before the Home countries with the idea of benefiting all con c...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

Cards, Programmes, Circniars, Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS. HAWDBII.I.S, Envelopes, Commercial Work ol sill kinds, Rubber Stamps. 1 GIVE US A TRIAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

-,, o.-' ???' :C-- ? -V.:.- P ; j j v - -... *.^:* -'^*^^^ r^^'-i-^^^^^^S^^^^^S ? ) Byron Bay Record. T7L7''A-^TTKI) Readers of the ' Byron Bay Kecord,' to note the \ \ sr.bscription per year, if paid in advance, is 10s. posted, or 12s. i Booked. Subscriptions may be commenced at any time. Give your ?support to the local paper. i v IIXUIV.4I.LED AS A.\ ADVKKTISIlVCii ilIBDIUM. I

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