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Poetry and Fiction. A Sketch. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

iJ-?etiM ' ana ^ic-twn. sA §Rtfcfy A builder's j'ard, a, ship upon the ways, The groan oi: straining planks, the snap of stays, The cheering of a crowd : '' She moves ! '' ' She's off' And Avith a sudden rush and splash the great ship Leaves the wharf . A storm-swept,! foam-tossed sea, a howling gale. A ship half lost in foam, a rag of sail, The tolling of a bell, now lost, now clear — ' The shore ! the shore ! 'V— she strikes in crashing Waves to disappear. A summer's eve, a calm and willing tide, A dismal stretch of sand that tries to hide The bones of some great vessel, prow on high, Outlined against the sunset's last faint glow Athwart the sky, ? Julian Hinckley, in ' The Outlook.'

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

Iioofc Bargains AT flat-i-y EVeritt's, NEW STORE, SHIRLEY STREET, Byron Bay. ? IN ? Boots, AND / CARPET SLIPPERS, CANVASS SHOES, Come and see our prices for the above lines, they are good and CHEAP. A GOOD AND UP-TO-DATE STOCK TO SELECT PROM. Cashmeres all shades and prices. All these New Goods. Ladies1 Winter Hats Trimmed to Order. At prices that defy Competition. H. Everitt, ik. \ E. SHARP, FORWARDING AGENT, BYRON BAY. BEGS to inform the public of the District, that he is now prepared to buy all classes of Produce, or forward 'on Owners Account. Also all Classes of Timber Bought and Highest Price CrivcHi. Vires & Letters punctually attended to. Note the address ; — Goods Shed at the Pier. ^?Will be held in the ^-SCHOOL OF ARTS, [n aid of the R.C. CHURCH DEBT, —ox — Gth, 7th and 9th 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. Quadrille sAssembl^ B...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. CREAMERY V. RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

Football. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. CREAMERY V. RANGERS. The Football Match Creamery v. Rangers played last Saturday, re sulted in the best game that the locals have played this season, so t'ar. The representatives of both teams were as follows : — Rangers, full back R. Elbra : three quarters P. King, J. Gillett, W. Balzer, and H. Prior ; half backs McClement, and F. Shrnbb : forwards Fenwick, Gra ham, Higgins, Fletcher, McLean and A. Glasgow-. Creamery : — full back N. Elbra : three quarters Inship, Andrews, Montgomery, and Hopkins : halves Francis and Barton : forwards Eu cick, Kirk, Wright, Mitchell, Hosk ings, E. Shrubb and F. Bowman. The Creamery was Captained by W. Andrews, and the Rangers by P. King. A. Harrison acted as Referee and blew the kick off at ?-.?-?) p.m. Creamery playing against the wind, were at a slight disadvantage, the favourable breeze to a certain extent, helping matters for the Rangers who rushed vapidly down the field and kept the Creamery very busy on t...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 5 September 1903

TO OUR READERS. WELL, we have past our first mile stone, aucl are still going strong. With the last, issue of the Record we closed volume No. 1, and with this issue we commence volume No. 2. Contemplating the past year we can look forward with confidence to thu year before us, relying upon the loyalty of the townspeople and resi dents of the district in acontinnence of their support. When we first made our venture we were not par ticularly encouraged by hearing wo should have a ' hard row to hoe.' Doubtless this prediction has proved true in many instances, but wiio has won a goal without a struggle ? The success that is not worth striving for, is not wonh having, and an editor's life under tiie most auspicious cir cumstances is not passed on a couch of roses. We believe, the fact of pospc^siv.g a local newspaper has helped in no small degree, to rouse the pcoph' to a comprehension of tlu-ir own in:- , portance, to eontraliz«.j the aims. ! ambitions, and industries ol:' Byron Bay. T...

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

THE KACE BALL. The Race Ball was fairly attended! ibout H;~- couple being present. Real! Ljood music was provided by Messrs. j llray and Malone, of Ballina, play ing the piano and violin respective ly. The catering was in the handsl o'f Mr. H. Everitt. Mr. P. King acted as M.C., and a very pleasant! evening was spent, breaking-up at about ;!;{() Friday morning. Owing to pressure on our space we are un-i able to give a fuller report. j I

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

jt Everitt, Baker (-onfectiorier, and Senegal Storekeeper, ' ' ' — BYRON BAY. — « A €Jioi-w and Lp-Io-DaK' Slock always on view. M DEAPEEY, MT GROCERY, A'V. BOOTS & SHOES, imK. CLOTHING, mm ^ hosiery, 1 ' IRONMONGERY, ^^ etc., etc. Millinery and I-rossrnakiujj Don-- at shortest notice. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Kay. ... Executes all orders in rhe above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. , fpanRs of all Descriptions.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

^.FUN.^. She put it down to strong drink — An amusing story is told of a cele brated bishop who recently visited a health resort. One day after resting on a bench on the parade, the bishop desired to move ; but owing to his. age and infirmities he found diffi culty in rising. A kind-hearted little girl of the town noticed his trouble, and ran up to him saying : ' Oh, sir, let me help you.' The good bishop gave her one of liis sweetest smiles, saying : 'You are a good, dear girl ; but I am afraid you are not strong enough.' 'Why, bless you, sir,' was the re ply, ' I've often helped Daddy when he was a sight further gone than you are. ? . ? Fore-warned, 'Fore-armed. — Louis XIV. was one day speaking of the power which a king has over his subjects; Counte dp Guiche ven tured to remark that there are limits to his power; but this the King would not hear of, and said in a passionate tone : '? If I ordered you to throw your self into, the sea, you ought to plunge in head foremost without ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / -?' BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act, LICENSED AUCTIONEEK. I AND and General Commission Agent -J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). R. W. Thompson, JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. A UCTIONS held and Properties for _A_ Private Sale in all parts of the Bi' ?scrub and Tweed Eiver Districts. A large list of properties to select from. Sugar Eebate, and Land and In come Tax, returns made out and forwarded. JVOKTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factory, Lismore. com S^^JP03*®80^, 3rd DECEM W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWTNG,' Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, MURWILLt M 1$ A II . Sworn Valuator under Real 'Property Aef . Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., GET your Visiting Can Is printed at the 'Byeox Bay Record,' Office. P. SjVIITft Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesman, ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Useful Hints. CARE OF THE COMPLEXION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

h ^t3seful:. -^ints» *-??;: C ABE OF THE COMPLEXION. ;????;': 'Sunburn and freckles are a dis . ; .figureineut to most persons. One is -./^?inclined to take advantage of all . ;: siiitabie weather to enjoy the fresh Jair, but at the same time there is a 'consideration as to whether it is well to do so at. the expense of one's' good ; looks. Health should be the first ' consideration : it is not prudent to let one's love of appearance stand in its way,. and what so conducive to /it as plenty of exercise in the open air? Since on i* young women have ''- taken to outdoor-exercise, they have. '? no doubt, increased both in strength .'and stature. A little thought and ''care \yill enable them to preserve their complexions as .well as their health. Those who are troubled with freckles should be careful to wipe every parttcle of moisture 'from their faces, and should use a little powder before going into the . air and sun. Rowland's Kalydor is excellent to use before going out by (hose who...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

BYRON BAY. RATT T^CT TT \T (LATE L. GRIM WOOD), while thanking his Customers for their support in ? ~i\. vJ -L'O-LjXli JL ^ the past begs to draw their attention to a few Startling ^ Grocery, $$ Colonial Sugar Coy's l.A. Sugar, 14/- 701b Bag. g* ' i#8 Colonial Sugar Coy's. l.C. Sugar 13/- 701b Bag. ?*-'# -i £§ Gillespie'3 Best Flour ? ('./(- 501b Bug. £0 .? ^g Currants— Fresh Fruit ? 5d. perlb. *g !. '?£# Raisins ? Gd. per lb. %& ; '$£# Salmon ? -Sd. ^ ? #8 Tinned Fruits ? -Sd. *q* j gg Tinned Pine Apple ? !U1. £# ; 0£ Jelly Squares ? od. each _ 0* ! -V ^^ Pickles — Onion, Piccalilli, and Mixed fid. per Bottle jLm -^ ^ UL Pickles — Morton's ? lOd. /Mk p£ '%% BB Cream of Tartar ? 1/- per lb. MH '$;'£ ^# /'I?! Worcester Sauce Lays ? -Id. per Bottle. JM *\ ^ 'Pj88£&%$&i!&$ tfH W-Annt Mary's & Taylor's ... 5d. per Tin. ^S^f^^Pgj : '^ Snow Flake Kerosene ? 4/- per Tin. *j,| ?o.*: Best American Barbed Wire ... !'-/- per Coil. y^ ?p- & W.&...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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RALPH'S MARRIAGE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

[?] CHAPTER I. . f ^JIJTILL lie die ?' -whispered a Til 1 girl's faint voice. ^Ik The Doctor lifted his eyes t for a moment from the watch upon which they were fixed, us he counted the pulsations in the wrist he held ; but he made no reply to the question. To him it .was clear that life was fast ' ebbing from- the form before him, but he felt a natural reluctance to put his conviction into words. The spot where the three were gathered was a rough soldier's tent, and all the sounds which penetrated to its in mates told of. war and its horrors. ' . . 'Now' and' then the slow tramp of feet, and a 'smothered groan outside, in . dicated . the' nat-ure of. the ghastly work that had- been going on. It : was 'just after' the ? -bahle, and the dead arid wounded were being carri ed to the rear. In the distance oc casional shots and confused noises 1 ? still /.prevailed, filling up the pauses in the nearer and more distinct s mnds. The wounded man was apparently about sixty, and, though his ha...

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 — 12 September 1903

Iiook Bargains ] ii AT Harry Evepitt's,.. F NEW STORE, ' SHIRLEY STREET, Byron Bay. ? IN ? 1 Boots, AND i Shoes, CARPET SLIPPERS, 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 all shades and prices. All these New Goods. Ladies1 Winter Hats Trimmed to Order. At prices that- defy Competition. H. Everitt, E. SHARP, FORWARDING AGENT, BYRON BAY. BEGS to inform the public of the District, that he is now prepared to buy all classes of Produce, or forward on Owners Account. Also all Classes of Timber Bought and Highest Price Given. Hrcs & Letters punctually attended to. Note the address ;— Goods Shed at the Pier. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ? ?? — ? ? rWill be held in the ^SCHOOL OF ARTS. _ i aid of the R.C. CHURCH DEBT, ~ — ON— 6th, 7th and 9th November. A Grand Ball will be held on the X ight of the 9th. Mrs. Brandon will preside at the i| ancy Stall and Mrs. Everitt at the | ;ef reshment...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Poetry and Fiction. When SWallows Come Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

/t-^fe ana^^^^mz. C#f?en SWal.l0.W3 (Jome 'Twas here, beside the river, Ere autumntide was o'er, You said I was the world to you, And should be evermore !' That, tho' alone you left me, And sailed across the main, You would return, with fyear't all true, When swallows come again ! I hear the river flow, With music sweet and low. And words you breathed that day to me Are mingled with its, strain ! But 0 I do not know If joy will live, or woe, Within my heart, that yearns for you. When swallows come again ! The swallows came in springtide. And now prepare to fly. But not one word has come to me That you are sailing nigh ! O can it be that absence ' Has rent our hearts in twain, And I shall only sorrow find When swallows come again ! I hear the river flow, With music sweet and low, And words you breathed that clay to me Are mingled with its strain ! But 0 I do not know If joy will-live, or woe, Within my heart, that yearns for you, When swallows come again !

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

Church of England. Parish Of Byron Bay. ^Sunday, September 13th 1903. Brooklet, 11 a.m. Barigalow, 2.30 p.m. vByron Bay, 7.30 p.m. EDWIN J. DODD. Upmt Bag Iteurir. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY QAIN ] HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER OLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIQIONt LOYALTY, AND LAW. .SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEB12, 1903.

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"THE UNTILLED FIELD." [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

' THE UNTIIXED FIELD.' Mr. George Moore's latest work, 'The Untilled Field,' (says a recent reviewer) is a series of short storie.-i and sketches written with an object. The author, struck by the constant ebb of emigration from Ireland — reaching as he says an average of 50,000 a 3rear — was minded to ex amine into the causes. Amongst the results of his examination is the discovery that the Irish peasantry is becoming more malancholy every year. Time was when each speci men of ' the finest peasantry on the face of the earth ' was as merry as the most Mark Tapleyish of grigs in the most depressing of circumstances and ready to crack ft joke or a pate with anybody or everybody, The world is full of stories of his wit and humour, of the sturdy doings of the boys at wake and fair, of the beauty and grace or the ' colleens, and of the chivalry and poetry of their love passages. But now, Mr. Moore would have us believe, all this has gone, and a grave melancholy has settled down upon the I...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

Mr. Donald Kennedy, speaking at a public meeting at Milton in con demnation of the Dairy Industry Bill, said : — He was opposed to com pulsory grading. How did it nappen, he asked, that on the Richmond Ri ver, where a few years ago dairying was barely in existence, it to-day enjoyed a premier position ? What had made it go ahead in leaps and bounds ? Certainly not Govern ment interference, but the energy of those engaged in the industry. It had gone ahead faster than in New Zealand. Swallows roosting under veran dahs : A contemporary thinks the best mode of preventing the above is to take a strip of calico along and under the eaves where the birds con gregate. The waving of the calico with every draught of air disturbs ihe birds, and they soon cease to irequent the place. It is stated that from 100,000 to 150,000 boxes of butter are, stored in New Zealand and a similar quantity in Australia. A London firm ad vises holders to send the butter for ward in lots of say 10,000 boxes, by w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

HABfDBIJLIiS, Envelopes, Oouiuieicial Work of all kinds, Rubber Stainps. 1 GIVE US A TRIAL. Cards, Frogrn unites, ) €ii'c«lni'§, \' Letter Headings, Note Headings,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

? . ? ? . ' ) H J!.JIlH.t/j|| ill.... .-.-N ..— H. IW.J..I j ! Byron Bay Record. j SPEEDY, | j Up^TO-D^TE. j 'T'\/TANTK1) Keaik'i-s of the -Byron Puiy HocoimI,' to note the I T V subscription per year, if paid in advance, is 10s. posted, or 12s. i* Booked. Subscriptions may lie commenced at any time. Give your I support to the local paper. ' II ' i;.\Kiv.\Li.!:i- as \.\ ai]-yi:htise.\-; hi;b-[3 ii. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

___BI^__tfe_ ___ ___ ^ ____________ — 1 B Y li O N BAY Excellent Accommodation. Best Ales, Wines, sand Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. §:ir;Hg-le :taod Billiard Kooms. Experienced and Careful -Uio--iaa. Hotel Wagonette meets all Arrivals l-y Sea and Train.; \ A S this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms ! _T JL. \ AS A SUMMER RESORT. | D. QUAIN, PKOPBIETOK. i! ii i __________________________ | ! GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYRON BAY. / \UR Xew Stock of Spring Drapery has arriveil, consisting of the latest, seasonable Dress Fabrics and Trimmings, 4 \ / a few I Lies are undermentioned : ? I IIOYLF/S IMUNTS and ZEPHYRS in charming designs and all shades. JtIIK LATKST Dl;lvSS MATKPJALS viz : ? I: Voil.--, Spiral C'ivpon, 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 Establishm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

) ... .- 1 ' '- ' ' ' Cfceat JVfoitkerii J*CoteI,j ? BTBON BAY. I jr Sea Side Resort ±_ j '? ??' ??'* - ?'??'? ?' ? ' ?'?? '?' ??'?;,'-V ? ? ?:??'? -, ?'? ???-???-.?? . ?'???? ? '? ''?? ? - ' -.. ??' . ??-. ??? ?'/.? ?'- f! ? ..?? ' .. ' ..' .? ? ? ' ? ' ? '' ' ?'.' .??'? ???' ? ? V .'?. . ?? ' .'.- ? ' '. ' ? ? . ? ' ?:?? ? ' -\\ V_^// ^ X?THK GHKAT NORTHERN HOTEL, lias always been noted as a most MZ '^S^ ) ^_V7// ^ ^ conveniently situated, amlrwell managed hostelry. Every attention %g lV_y ^y/Jl |-| ^-^ lliis oeen .'iv«n to good architecture, ventilation, tight and comfort. ££ \\A-===, / fl \ '¥& ' The. general arrangements of the hotel are cbanning. The rooms an-; )m \\\ [ ' L? ^ tastefully .furnished. From the corridor a stairway loads to ah upper balcony £.£ | \\ ^\ ' I1 #-* Avhich is a veritable ' look out ' commanding the most magnificent views of -f$ O* u 3 1 ?£& the Bay1' and surrounding country. Alitar. a few moments in this liigli . &M . ; ^ altitu...

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