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

Quain s pier -(oteL BYRON BAY. Excellent Accommodation. Best Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. Sample atirt Milliard Koouik. Experienced and Careful Groom. Hotel Waggonette meets all Arrivals by S«'a and Train. VS this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms I AS A SUMMER RESORT. I). QUAIN, PROPRIETOR. JVCarr and J-mg, | GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYRON BAY. Byron Bay to the Front. ^ i /Ai;R New Stock of Spring Drapery has arrive, consisting of t tie latest, seasonable Dress Fabrics and Trimmings, \J a few li.ios are undermentioned : ? HOYLE'S PRINTS and ZEPHYRS in charming designs and all shades. THK LATKST DKKNS MATERIALS viz: ? Voils, Spiral Crepon, French Delaines, Union Linen, Fancy Floral Muslins, Fancy Spot and Bordered Muslins, etc., etc., ! As varied an assortment of 'new Spring Drapery as ever was shown in a Draper's Establishment. i \ Splendid choice of Lace and Insertions. Ribbo...

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 — 5 September 1903

— , / ? ' ??'-- G[Fcat JVfoFtheFu JKotel, BY EO N B A Y. _£_!? Side Resort. ±_ 1 $\cLEAAT§ k, H/ytpi ^_ BYROAI m M fi -r NnRTnt-^ i jp^ BAY ^ ^ ; i-^ M |J f* u I / * ^^~ — — ? ^=a=ai?S3l^raP ^ '2 :1 ' ' \ ^ .^- ? ' ' — - — ' ' . — ?^-?=5=L rg_-^—-- ^ ? ~*-^ / |; i / ^ J '&& -£* vv1 ( ^ \ ! V -^/l lM ^/5THE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted us a most -:| VN^_^/ \ \ ^^~^//l\ ^ Tl conveniently situated, anil^well. raanngecl. hostelry. Every attention %^_ \V\N==. ii : ? -==/// 1^' ^-/ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ \V\ \\ ; / n \ '^ ' The general arrangements df the hotel are charming. The rooms art1 ^ \A n. ;j 1 f vJ ^ tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway loads to an upper balcony #-£ ^ j ^ ! ,-!k- which is a veritable ' look out' commanding the most magnificent views of -- ': '; |jj§g the Bay and. surrounding country-. After a few moments in this high %% \\ . , ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, o...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ABOUT CABBAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

A BOUT CABBAGES. ? j ? i i ! When cutting heads of early cab-j ba.ucs, cut tin1 head out carefully,! leaving all (h«? rough outer leaves on! tliett'imp. Several small heads will! soon b.'gin to irr.nv on each stump,! tin.' strongest one of which should be .--.-.ived and ilie. others removed. If liie plains are fertilised and the soil cultivated, the second head will! matim-.' into almost as good a one asj the first. The advantage of strong roots and large h-aves to shade the! ground is u .mvat help in h -t dryj weather. Til' shade furnisned byj die lar»»s thick leaves keeps the! ground coo! and moist even wJien it! is dvy and hded elsewhere. When cabiia.L'e heads mature faster than tin-v can be us' I. and begin to crack; ..pen, they can vet be .saved ifj watched closely. As soon as the! tup of the head' begins to show thej l\v-[ -iipis of cracking, take hold of) ii firmly with both hands and give al sh-oii.i; pull or twist. This shouldj not b'.1 sufficient to pull it out of the; gro...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY & FARM. Swine Fever. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

1P7SIRV 8c FT* KM. Swine Fever. It is gratifying to be able to state -8ays the Sydney Mail) on the author ity of Mr. Jones, Chief Inspector of .Stock, that there is every reason to believe the officers of the Stock De partment have at last got ahead of the outbreak of swine fever in this ?State. This is clearly indicited by the large number of reports received by Mr. Jones from his officers. The reports embody the observations made by the district stock inspector? ?during a careful examination of ?all the piggeries in New South Wales within the past three months. Particular attention was paid to the [pig-breeding districts along the north and south coasts. Wherever the slightest signs of infection were ?discovered the animals were strictly | quarantined. If the disease w»- I diagnosed, the infected pigs were at ?once killed, and the piggery thor oughly fumigated. To show the extent of ihe work carried out, it may be stated that the Grafton in spector visited over 500 - s'ablish ment...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Timber Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

1' i32i be i- Igidia^Jry. Following on the announcement made on Wednesday, 27 August that the approval of the Governorin Council had been secured to do away with harbor dues at Brisbane for 12 months on timber exported beyond Queensland, representatives of the A.U.S.N., the Adelaide Steamship, and Howard Smith Companies met last week and decided to reduce the freight on timber shipped at all ports of Queensland to Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. The new freight on timber, exported from Brisbane to Sydney will in some cases be 2s. per 100 superficial feet ; to Melbourne 3s ; From Cairns to Sydney, 4s Gd ; from Cairns to Melbourne, 3s Gd. You will find first-class Fishing Tackle at Harry Everitt's.* The Imperial Stores are still in the front rank with the best and most up-to-date stock. Your require ments well-known from long experi ence and provided for. In our Grocery Department will be found the best assortment of best brands, best stock for all seasons.*

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lismore Licensed Victuallers' Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

iAs-.m-rn ZAvAinmul ViciiialScrs' The following weights have been declared for the Hospital Handicap, and Licensed Victuallers' Handicap, to be run at Lismore on Septem ber i)tli :— Hospital Handicap, G furlongs : — E. C. Naylor's bll: g Prince Lyon, '.'-7 ; W. C. Barnes1 cli m Nirvana, -i yrs, il-4 ; W. R. Uiley's cli g Bira, aged, \)-2 ; J. Cross' b g Maxim, 8-13; J. Gray's b g Jimmy Governor, 8-7 : J. Gray's br g Master Danton, 8-4 ; F. Ktihn's ch g Fislierman, 8-3 : T. Kingsley's b g Albert, 8-2; 'H. O'Brien's c g Tapster, S-2 ; J. Brown's g. g. Commotion 8-1 ; E. C. Naylor's b g Osprey, 7-13; J. Brown's b g Hindoo, 7-12 ; J. Mc Gettigan's b in Norma, 7-10 ; J. M'Phersoirs blk h Melotte, 7-G ; H. Fittock's br g Emulato, G-IO. Licensed Victuallehs' Handicap, !? fiurlongs :— J. Digby's b g Comrade, D-o ; E. 0. Naylors blk g Prince Lyon 4 yrs, [)-i- : W. R. Eiley's ch g Bira, D-0 ; W. C. Jiarnes' ch m Nirvana, S-JL3 ; W. Webster's blk Ii Uralla, 8-0 : J. Brown's g g Commotion 8-3 ;...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

.-* SADDLERY ?W ESTABLISHMENT, rWL BYRON BAY. 7 u )$ — -^^^^^^^^^- Desires to inform the residents of Byron Bay, and the surrounding districts, that he is now making preparations to open an Up-to-date, Saddlery Establishment, adjoining W. Elbra's Backsrnithingand Coach Factory. Where he hopes by strict attention to business to merit a share of public patronage. W. J. B. ELBRA. ~~~~ ? = | i lim Wilsouj j Builder and Contractor. J i HAVING had a large experience, he is prepared to advise as to the) most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for! lII kinds of Buildings, i ! ^ ^Repairs to Buildings, : R^^ | f^\ Furniture, Joinery, ; f LATTICE WORK A 2L~ SPECIALITY.; WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. I i , PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS — — ~ ? — i nil !!? di iiuyuuj ? UP-TO-DATE NEWS r AGENCY AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS. Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News. Daily Telegraph. Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier. Daily Telegrap...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

NEWS AND NOTES. According to common repute 12 officers of the Servian army have joined the Macedonian insurgents. A great mass meeting which was held at Sofia, Bulgaria, has called upon its Government to intervene on behalf of the insurgents, and has appealed to the Powers to appoint a Christian Governor-General of Macedonia. The meeting urged the Bulgarians to help their struggling brethen over the border. Message from Belgrade, published in the Times and the Daily News, hint that King Peter of Servia will possibly yield to military dic tation and lead a warlike movement in the belief that a raid on Mace donia will cost little. The sixth Servian regiment, whose officers led the conspiracy which seated King Peter on the throne, is eager for war. The Belgrade correspondent of the Daily Mail says that King Peter is determined to anppress the malcon tents in his kingdom. Three colonels and two captains of the army and the editor of a newspaper have been sentenced to death on a charge o...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BYRON BAY JOCKEY CLUB. RACE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

BYRON BAY JOCKEY GLUB. ? RACE MEETING ? After the threatening, s'howeryj weather we have lately been experi encing, an exceptionally beautiful day greeted pleasure-seekers and the spoiling piiolic generally on iliurs-j day, when a fair crowd made their: way ro the R.ico Course to witness! the Byron Bay Jockey Club Septem-j b'jr Meeting, There was not a large! number of ladies present, despite! ;!-e tempting day, though a snlh'ci-j eiit number to tend an artistic touch of colour to what, we mii/hf, term the; Grandstand Hill. Tin.' Club ollu-.ials! were on the Course in full force, and! zealous attention to their onerous - duties carried the Meeting through! without a hitch. The nominations! nad been most satisfactory a larger | number, or a better class of horses'! have not competed in Byron Bay be-; fore, and the Club is to be heartily! congratulated on the all round sue-! ;-ess attained. It is due to Mr. M.: McLean that numbered saddle-cloths were obtained for thv Club, and' their ...

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 — 5 September 1903

LOCAL AND GEHEBAL Ii! you want a ,ur«»od i.r;nii' of Billiards go to F. P. Maker's B.'llhrd Saloon, next the Pt'T Hotel. Two first -class Table. .:?. and everything up to-date. Mr. Baker is also a Tonsor ial Artist of repute, having bad a large experience in Sydney and Lis ini'.re. the re Ton' a visit to his llair dressiiit,' S.i!'o:i, attached, wili he; certain to i;ive you satisfaction.' The Regular Monthly Meeting of iln- Pn^rcss Association will b- ; \u.\-\ on ( 1. 1.' JOih msi.. and the postponed election of oliicers I or the ens'iiiiLr year will take piacv.-. j Mr. W. 'KU)ra, of the Byron Bay. H:a;-ks:nitby and Coach Buildi:i«:i Works, has'hought out Messrs. Joyce; ;m,| Ma:--Hs. C.-iK-ral Blacksmiths, j There has been of. ca-vs of snmll-j pox at Laii!ur-ton (Tas.i. and l.'-'j deaths sini-.1 th-- outbreak. j \ Social is advertised t-- lake place; m, the Newrvbar School of Arts on; t|u. lOtli iiist.. lor tin- purpose of aid-; in,, the funds of the Xewrybarj Cieket Club. AsXrwryb...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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QUAIN'S RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

PAIN'S RAGE MEETING. ? * v ? A second delightfully fine day, dawned for Mr. Ujuain's Race Meet-j ing yesterday, and it is satisfactory! to those who appreciate- Mr. Qnain's! energy in promoting the meeting, toj know that it was in every respect a| Ljreat success. Everything in con-j ncctiott with the events was carried ;jtit by the ollicials in as praiseworthy ind conscientious a manner as on the previous day. Mr. J. Cook acted nsj Hon. Sec. The events were as fol lows : — THE PIER HANDICAP, 12 Sovs ; ij luu-lonys. Xornia (J. Kelly) 1 Melotte (W. Palmer) 2 Fisherman (J. Walker) i) Was run in 1 in in. 26^ sec. NOVICE HANDICAP, D Sovs ; 0 Furlongs, Toobey ? (W. Palmer) 1 Ping Pong ... (M. Fisher) 2 Sarlo won the above race but was disqualified at, the scales' for being L lb short. QUAIN'S HANDICAP, 20 Sovs ; Once round the Course. Prince Lyon (J. Fisher) 1 Melotte ? (J. Farrel) 2 For the above five faced the bar rier, smart race, the starter got the horses of I: in splendid order. Tim...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. EWING'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

MR. SWING'S VISIT. Mr. T. T. Ewing, M.H.R., for this district passed through on Fri day 2.S August, accompanied by Mr. A. C. Groom M.H.R. for Gippsland who had with him six of South Gippsland' smost prominent dairy men and pastoraiists. These gentlemen were very anxious to satisfy themselves as to the quali fications of our much talked of big scrub district. Mr. Ewing with his usual willingness to push forward our district, at once volunteered to es cort them tli rough the whole district] from Ballina to Casino thenco on toj Brisbane via Murwlilumbah. ! The pany were joined at Byron.; Buy en route for Murwiliumb.i'h byi Mr W. H. Clifford, Secretary o\; the North Coasc Creamery, and Mr.j -?v. jo. nr.jw.i, m muger j^.5. iimi a.! Bank, who ably assisted M.\ Ewing; with statistics a: the actual returns' made from a -.a:nbt.T of properties; in tiio district. The visitors were aina/.ed at the figure:-; - jnoLed to them, j and expressed th.-ir delight with thei richness a.-' well as the qu...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. The following is the Coastal Far mer's weekly market report. — Butter Supplies are increasing and stocks have been accumulating for several days, consequently values on Mon day will fall Id. per lb all round. At a conference of 20 Co-operative factories convened by this Society at iMhirm Ptii-lr nn flip 97f\h in«f,.. t.ViP following resolution was unani mously passed : ' That this meeting of delegates from Co-operative factories are determine'.! to export all the spring surplus oi choicest butter at lOd per lb, with a view to maintaining the following values -on the Sydney market : Prime butter t'i.d per lb, special selected brands 10J. Bacon, prime sides ruling from 7^d. to 8d. per lb. Cheese, best cheddar makes 7d to 7jj-d inferior grades lower Honey, Prime liquid 2^d. to 3d. other sorts lower. Beeswrax, 1/- to 1/1 per lb. Lard, plentiful and dull with prices easier. Bulk 4d. to 5d. bladder od. to 6cl per lb. Eggs, all week the market has been dragging and va...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

}i. Everitt, Baker Confectioner, and (Senefal Storekeeper, — BYKON BAY. — A Choice :umI l?|--to-Dnt-; Slo«.'k always on view. M DRAPERY, MT grocery, ^^w BOOTS 8c SHOES, ^V CLOTHING, m ^ HOSIERY, I IRONMONGERY, ^, etc., etc. .llillineiy and BJr--*-siaiakin^ Done at shortest uotire. Erecd delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. ... Executes all orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanKs of all Descriptions.

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

%FUN.i@_ The late Henry W. Beecher pen etrated one dajT, in company with a fi-iencl, into the purlieus of the Bowery in New York, and, bethink ing them of the inner man, about lunchtime resorted to a restaurant, where they were much diverted by the waiters rendering into ' down city ' slang the customers' orders as he passed them to the cook. ' 1 think,' said Beecher to his com panion, ' Ave'll have a couple of poached eggs on toast ; wonder if he'll put any equivalent to that.' ,' i'ou'll see,' rejoined his friend, who then called to the man and gave him the order, adding, '? with the yolks broken,11 as an afterthought. 'Yes, siree,' quoth the napkin twirler, as he skipped to the order tube, down which he yelled, 'Adam and Eve on a raft ; wreck 'em ! ' and while the lay gentleman roared, the cleric pretty nearly collapsed with laughter. Brown (producing his scrapbook, jand pointing with pride to one of jhis early elusions): 'There read jihat ! I wrote that when I was only i twelve ...

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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

OsefuV ftinh* A lump of magnesia rubbed on 'a silk hat will take out/ any grease marks. The magnesia must be wet. Then let it dry, and brush off. The |, spots should then have disappeared. I In giving medicine in liquid form g| to an infant, place the point of the I spoon containing the medicine H against the roof of the mouth. Ad I? ministering it in this way the child |i will not choke or eject the medicine. | This is said to a good remedy foi; | red hands :— rub into the hands !? every night after washing a little of £ the following mixture, well shaken I first : — Equal parts of rose water, I glycerine and lemon jnice. Tight I sleeves, or pressure on the arm in I any way is 'sure to make the hands I look red and swollen. f % A cnp of coffee may be made very | nourishing if a well beaten egg is f stirred into it, and a little cream f added. Mix together the egg, sugar. and cream, then pour into the hot coffee gradually, whipping it with a '?'. silver fork. Taken in this way the )...

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

I* in n I H*i':if-:ix-:cJ .5 oik hi p. Two girls, aged 17 am! IS respect ively, were liathing near Tilsit, in Germany, when a workman who was passing the spot bewail to tease them, throwing stones in order to .splash them and preu-udiMLr to run in the water after them all t heir entreat ies to be left alone bring of no avail. In their fright as the man ap proached nearer they suddenly t,'ia out of their depth :im! sank. ' The workman immediately went, to the rescue, but the drowning girls pulled him down too, and alftliree were drowned. The mm was married and the father of a large family.

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

? ; . . ? ' ? T CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUPIiOUTXHE^ DISTRICT. t-. %. 18)areljam, ( BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act, LICENSED AUCTIONEER. 'i F AND and General Commission Agent J_J Commissioner for Affidavits. J LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). ~ % W. Thompson, - JUN., & CO., K Auctioneers and Land Agents. 1?IUL,LUJTIBII»IB¥. A UCTIONS held and Pro), er ties for I _A_ Private Sale in all parts of Iho Bi--! 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. WORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. | — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream j at the new Factory, Lismoro. Com msncing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER, 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. ? '! R C. EWTOG/ Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, HUBWILLU M B A II . Sworn Valuator lander Real Properly Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., I GET your Visiting Card...

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Christmas Damn; OR, LESTER CHEVNIX MODEL. (Continued.) CHAPTER III. THE CHRISTMAS DAWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

Christmas Damn ; OR, LESTER CHEVNIX' MODEL. (Continued.) CHAPTFR III. THE CHRISTMAS DAWN. Cyj\OORLY dressed: I undcr && stand. Another charity, I Mj suppose.' to himself. Then. J| 'Did she not send her name'? Never mind ; let her come in. Put a chair there.' The footman obeyed, and with drawing, usnerea in .Lilian, ximm ly, nervously she advanced. Her face was partly veiled. He did not know her. ' You seonr distressed and weak,' he remarked kindly. ' Do not fear ; be seated. That child is heavy for you. Take time.' To have saved her life Lilian could not have controlled her words. ' Oh,' she, cried pitcously, ' if you would but speak thus when you know who I am ! 1 come to plead for a husband's life, The life of your son. He is dying, Mr. Chev nix ; dying for the need of those comforts poverty renders impossible. Oh, yes, look around you, his father, who can save him, and think of that — dying. I swear it by this, his child, your grandson.' She had flung up her veil,...

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

BYRON BAY. R AUDSLEY ? *- ^e It. (^rinzwood, THK OLDKST ESTABLISHED AND LARGEST STORE IN THE BYRON BAY DISTRICT. The Imperial is NOT A CASH STORE. i I Although PRICKS Charged. Compare favourably with anv in the TOWN. jl IT 13 T i iy 4 J TKRMH. Low Rates, and First Hate Articles, are the three things relied on to secure the support jIOIjIaAIj of the Public. ' ' R. AUDSLEY. j i PI ADVr'6 CAVANBA uLAKIlL O Cash Store. IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. Drapery, Clothing, Groceries, &c, ' Note the flddress : NEXT BAflK t Give us a Call, It Kill PAY yoM JACKSON BROS. TAILORS AND MERCERS. j i ' llolesworlli-streel. LJS.1IOKE, OUR Travel ler visits all part.-; o)'; rhe Districts and will visit! ! Byron Bay ^lontlily, j With a large stock of Series, Worsteds to select from. Our Motto is to give honest value for your money. Our Fit, and Workmanship sneaks for itself. ! BROS., : I'ailors and Mcitjts, l^ismoi-o. : (Rep. Harvey .Jackson. j I, , ~ ' ' ?-*?— ? mil'' WII.U.JM 'ATORTH COAST CO-OPERA...

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