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WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

weekly market report. Following is the Coastal Farmers' weekly market report : — Butter. Recent falls in price have had no appreciable effect on the market. Paper quotations have been nominal' only, frequent con cessions fro-n £d. to Id. per lb. hav ing been made duriug the past week by all sellers, and the market has consequently been in the Grocers' hands. Prices on Monday will fall to export rates — namely u$u. wun a £d. extra for choice standard brands. Bacon. Supply of bacon pigs has shortened considerably. This togeth er with the cheapening of eggs has firmed the Bacon Market £d. per lb. I CheeBe. Supplies increasing, cheddar makes 7d. to 7^d. inferior grades lower. Honey. In good demand, prime liquid 2£d. to 3d. per lb. .Beeswax, l/- to l/l per lu. Lard. The market continues dull at 4d. to 5d. for bulk, Bladder 5|d. to6d. Eggs. Arrivals are heavy with demand fairly active. We quote 14 Norths ' S^d. to 8$d. ' Souths ' 8fd. to 9d. Poultry. Good demand for all descriptions of pr...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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SKINS FOR RUGS etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

SKINS FOR RIGS cte. To tan or taw skins with the hair on for rugs and other uses, first thoroughly wash the skin and re move all fleshy matter from the inner surface, then clean the hair or wool with warm water and soft soap and rinse well. Take £lb. each com mon salt and ground alum, and ^oz. borax, dissolve in hot water, and add sufficient rye meal to make a thick paste, which spread on the flesh side of the skin. Fold it lengthwise, the flesh side in, the skin being quite moist and let it remain for ten days or two weeks in an airy and shady place, then shake out and remove the paste from the sr.rface and wash and dry. For a heavy skin a second similiar application of the salt and alum may be made. Afterwards pull and stretch the skin with the hands or over a beam, and work on the flesh side with a blunt knife. There are several others recipes for tanning skins with the fur on, but this will probably suit best for most to a furrier to be made up into rugs. 'Curing' Rabbit and Mar...

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

SADDLERY ? %.' ESTABLISHMENT, 1 BYRON BAY. J*1* 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 Backsmi thing and Coach Factory. Where he/hopes by strict attention to business to merit n-share of public patronage. W. j. B. ELBRA. Jim Wilson, Builder and Contractor. HAVING had a large experience, he is prepared to advise as to the most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for ill kinds of Buildings, ^ ^Repairs to Buildings, 1^1 Furniture, Joinery, ¥ LATTICE WORK A JL, SPECIALITY. WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS — ^P— — ^ mKmrmjmm i^^^^^i^^^^— ^f ?*- ??in -^— ? Nil Oi di uuyuGj f UP-TO-DATE NEWS j 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 Telegraph, Queenslander, ^ ...

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

yv. ** DRESSMAKER, IS V RON BAY. $-► SATISFACTION ^©-^ *| -%.«^ GUARANTEED ? DRKSSMAKING. DESIRE to inform their friends and the public generally, tha, they are still taking in Dressm'akingt and trust to receive further patron age. Charges moderate, to suit the times. JOHNSTONE STREET.

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HINTS TO CANEGROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

HINTS TO CANEGROWERS. All coloured labour including half-castes, are excluded from rank ing as k- White Labour.' | No disqualification is attached to coloured ownership, but the proprie tor, if coloured, must not work on a white plantation. 11 lie so works he immediately forfeits the right to rebate. Growers who have registered their 'White Plantations' for rebate on white grown cane planted before the end of February, ii-02, will not be required to register again except for all c:uic subsequently planted before the planting thereof, sub-section B of regulation 3. Growers should note this. All persons who grow sugar cane for any purpose, must be registered (section 25 Excise Act, 1901) ; pen alty £20. Application mnst be made on form No. 1 . Every producer, on ceasing to sjrow sugar cane, must give notice of same in writing ; penalty, £10. All areas of cane not already re gistered for rebate must be given on form 41. Sketch plan of white plantation, signed by the grower, and showing...

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DAIRY & FARM SUBMERGED LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

id^irV 8c yrjKHM SUBMERGED LUCERNE. The effect of flooding lucerne by the overflow of watercourses has of lute been causing some discussion among farmers. It does not seem a fact that where the land is properly drained the flooding destroys the lucerne stand, provided the water does not remain on it longer than three days. Lucerne is naturally opposed to wet soils, but where fa vourable soil conditions exist, well matured lucerne has a wonderful power of recuperation. The des tructive effect of the overflows is greater on the immediate river frontage, and in practically every in stance where such lands are devoted to lucerne the crops are killed out to an unprofitable stand. The heavy deposits of sediment on the plants, i.j.some instances completely cover ing them, prevent the natural life functions of the plants. An instance oi: lucerne flooding is given in the I'm: tie Farmer. The overflow of last summer did not completely cover a crop, but remained on the land for the greater par...

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The Betting Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

The Betting Market. The betting market is quiet. Famous remains a firm favourite for the Epsom at 5 to 1, Ibex, Faithful, and Marvel Loch 8 to 1, Air Moter 10 to 1, Purser 100 to (!, while other prices are unaltered. Betting oii the Metropolitan is absolutely a dead letter, Lord Cardigan and Faithful being nominally favourites at 8 to 1.

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Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

Pable News. LONDON, Momlav. King Peter of Servia is trying to reconcile the different factions in the Servian Army. It is officially stated an investiga tion into the assassination of the late King and Queen of Servia isj proceeding, but it is added that any punishment inflicted on ihe regicides will be slight; At the instance of Cardinal Moran his Holiness the Pope has approved of the creation of a Roman Catholic Bishopric in Australia's future capi-j tal. j On the anniversary of the attack; made on the late Mr. John Kensit, the well-known Protestant crusader (who was seriously injured at Birk enhead, near Liverpool, in Septem ber last, and died shortly after wards), a serious affray took place at Birkenhead between bands of Protestants and Catholics, and a general melee was only prevented by the police using their truncheons.j Eight persons were arrested in con-j nection with the disturbance. j Kiwg Peter was stoned at Nish. The officers threaten if prosecuted to reveal the King's...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

BRIEF MENTION. Mr. G. H. Reid was on the 4th inst., returned for East Sydney. by a majority of 1438 votes, over the next candidate. In returning thanks Mr. Reid stated that he would at ' the general elections oppose bir &a- mund Barton in the Hnnter Elector ate, and that Sir William Lyne would be opposed. by 'a gentleman worthy of his attention.' Moses Mullholland, a dairy farmer and for many years an alderman at Picton, committed suicide by hang ing himself on Thursday. A. A, Durong, aged 2'), a deck hand of the Iiinauiiticka, who was found to be suffering from plague when the vessel reached Townsviiie, died at the plague hospital on last Sunday morning. Orders have been been forwarded to Townsviiie to thoroughly fumigate the steamer. An old German woman named Pauline Meuler was fount1 in a hut at Broken Hill on Saturday night with a butchers knife eiu bedded in her skull and a tomahawk and axe alongside. Several long strips of calico were around the neck of the woman, who ...

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Neatest Confidence Trick Known. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

Neatest Confidence Trick Known. ? o ? The dramatic story of the Hum berts (says an exchange) is renewed by their persecution. So far we have only had the scraps of this, but enough to show that Madame is a personality, her husband not, and that either or both may be convicted or acquitted. (They have both since been sentenced to long terms of im prisonment, — Ed. Record). The story of the Humbert frauds has no equal in romance ; indeed, romance would not dare to assay such flights for fear of condemnation. At the risk of telling it twice it is just as well to mention the leading incidents of this extraordinary tale of deception. Madame Humbert was originally Therese Anrignac, and belonged to a family of no particular 'pretensions. As a girl she became a iuiliner in her native town, but tiring of this she went to JParis as Mile. Therese d'Aurignac, and lived for a short period in honest obscurity. Then _ ? ..1.1 ? 1 ___ 1 ?'!_ _ ' 1. _ 1 l !_'_ ? A. l_ ... 1.1 ._ „ suuaeniy, nice a d...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 12 September 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. If you want a good game of Billiards go to F. P. Baker's Billiard .Saloon, next the Pier Hotel. Two iirst-class Tables, and everything up to-date. Mr. Baker is also a Tonsor ial Artist of repute, having had a large experience in Sydney and Lis more, therefore a visit to his Hair dressing Saloon, attached, will be certain to give you satisfaction.* Mi-. Hoskings' tender for painting two large cottages, erected by Mr. Jim Wilson at Mullumbimby, has! been accepted. Many, who are interested in mat ters political, have lately been curi ous as to the precise meaning of the word ' Gerrymander,' the Sydney Mm! thus gives the definition : — The word is a verb trans., and means ' to ?divide (a State) into districts for the choice of representatives in an un natural and unfair way with a view to give a political party an advantage over its opponents.' (Political Cant, U.S.). This was done in Massachu setts at a time when Elbridge Gerry was Governor, and was attributed to his...

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

AFUN.i A minister was soliciting aid for foreign missions, and applied to a gentleman, who refused him, with the reply : 'I don't believe in foreign mis sions ; I want what I give to benefit my neighbours.' 'Well,' rejoined the minister, 'whom do you regard as your neigh bours ?'' 'Why, those around me.' 'Do you mean those whose land join yours ?' inquired the minister. ' Yes.' '?Well,11 said the minister, ' how ' About five hundred acres.' ' And how far down do you own ?' 'Why, I have never thought of it before, but I suppose I own half- ' way through.1' ' Exactly,' said the clergyman, 'I ?sr.ppose you do, and I want this money for the New Zealanders, the men whose land joins yours at the jbottom.' i i *'^'~™ ™~ '~™ ™'~™ ™ '~ '™ '™ ! Don't make a fuss if you find the jbaby having a bread-and-treacle party Son your white satin pillow. You ! -an't help the sofa pillow, and the 'baby won't understand what you're S^oing mad about. Don't try to make Hids meet, when the carpet you though...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

yi. Everitt, Baker (Jonfecfioner, and (aenefal Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY. — A Choice and Uw-to-Date Stock always on view. f DRAPERY, GROCERY, . BOOTS & SHOES, CLOTHING-, HOSIERY, IRONMONGERY, etc.. etc. iTIillincry and Dressmaking I-one at shortest notice. Bread delivered ail over the District at 4d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. ... Executes all orders in the above Trades with Bent Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanfts of all Descriptions.

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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

- Useful ^inis» - The water in which potatoes have heen boiled is excellent for removing . 'stains from silver articles ; well wash , the silver in the water, rinse, then wipe dry and polish wit h a eelvyt. New silk should not be kept folded .for any length of time, as it is very apt to crack in the folds. If from any cause yon have to keep it before making up, g~»t.a wooden roller and roll it on. To Clean Black Marble— Mix equal parts of soft soap audpearlash, rub it over the marble with soft flan nel, and let it remain a few minutes ; then wash off with warm water, and a second time with cold water. .Wiie.i -q-iit'3 d'y po'isli with para ffin oil. Coloured Cotton materials are very much in favour this season, and our readers may be glad to know of apian whereby they can set the colour so that it will not wash out. Dissolve three gills of salt in four quarts of hot witer, put the material in whilst the water is hot, and let it remain until cold. In this' way the colours are rendere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

t ] j Quain's Pier J^Cotel. B Y R 0 N B A Y. Excellent Accommodation. Kest X\vs, Wilier, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. Sample a cad Billiard Itttonis. Hxperieneed and - areiisl iiiroocK. Blolel Wa^cHcll*1 iiu-or* ail Asrivals toy Sea ami B raise. VS this Hotel is .situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Churn is AS A SUMMER RESORT. 1). QUAIN,. PROPRIETOR. JVCaFF and J-mg, GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, J3YRON HAY. Byron Bay to the Front. _ (\ {'\{ Xi'\v Stock of Spring Drapery has arrived, consisting of the latfst, seasonable Dross Fabrics and Trimmings. / a few li.ii-s ai-c uncU'rini'ntiont'd : ? HOYLK'S PRINTS and ZEPHYRS in ehannin-r designs and all shades. I'1'HK LA'I'KST D!{KSS MATKHlALH viz: ? Yidls. Spiral Civpon, French D- dailies, 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^ A Splendid...

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RALPH'S MARRIAGE. (Continued.) CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

II RRIiPfl'S pi MRPRIRGE (Continued.) CHAPTER I. NO,' answered Ralph ; 'Iconic! seenousein making it known here, I sent to England for my house keeper, a confidential person, and settled down here in my mother's house. Mrs. French, and you, Doc tor Ross, are the only persons about here who know of my trouble. But here we are at the house — I do not call it home.' observed Ralph, with a grave smile, as he rang the bell. 'We will make you as comfortable as we can, and I hope you will stay as long as possible. ' That I most certainly shall,' re n[juuucu me sjucivi cueerny. xiano, it is well we had no further to walk, or we might, have been snow-bound.' The. two gentlemen stood for a moment, before closing the door, to watch the snow, which the wind had piled here and there into high drifts. It' the fall continued with its present steadiness, the roads would soon be impassible. 'Come in,' said Ralph, drawing his companion back and closing the door. ?' It is a dreary prospect.' You will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

t-. %. Utaljam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. LAND and General Commission Agent Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). R- W. Thompson, JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. MPLUJBEBIMBl'. A US^IONS held and Properties for i'n7~K Td™ Sa\e in a11 Parts of the Bi-* HrJl .-afd JWGed River Districts. A large list of properties to select, from. Sugar Eebate, and Land and In £S£3X returns made out -d NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factory, Lismore mm BER^of EDNESDAY- 3i-d TeCEM-' W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R. C. EWING~ Auctioneer, Commission Agent, Sec. Government Assessor, nUBWlLLUMBAHi Sworn Valuator un-lor Real Properly Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., GET your Visiting Cards printed at the 'Byron Bay Record,' Office. p. sjvmu Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesman, OTURWIIXimiBA H, Tavkkd Rivkk. LAND For Sale and Auction ...

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Poetry and Fiction. An Illusion. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

^ cvvWte ana ?^Ttefam. X / \ eAn Illusion. km Do you know that the sight of your face, Though I see you each day of the seven, Can transfigure the commonest place Into something that seems to be Heaven V Do you know that the sound of your voice. When you utter a brief salutation. Bids the stars of the morning rejoice As they did at the dawn of creation ? Do you know that the clasp of your hand, In a purely conventional greeting, Makes this earth a mysterious land, Where the fairies are holding a meet ing ? Do you know that the ways you pass by, When the. stream of the traffic is flow ing, Are like ladders which lead to the sky, Whereon angels are coming and going ? Do you know that your yea or your nay Lays its clasp on my soul like a fetter ? Whilst regarding mj'self I can say, That I know that I ought to know better.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

BYRON. BAY. I ' K A T'^ I^QT H-T V (Late l- GRIMWOOD), while thanking his Customer for thai.- s.ippn-t i;i 1 '^tXf SA. Ly JLJOJLj JO; X r the past begs to draw thoir attention t.i a f.nv j j £-# Colonial Sugar Coy's l.A. Sugar, 14 ,- 7(-lb J-ag. £:£ j £# Colonial Sugar CoyV.i:C. Sugar 13/- 7011) Bag. ;*V ** Gillwpie'-.f Best Flour ... .'...(1/(5 oOib Bag. *g I j 2'.g . CuiTsiuis— Fresh Fruit : ? 5(.l. peril). g \. -^ Raisins ? fid. per lh. j&i j ,'/ ii?^ J .Salmon ? -vl. -56 j ;| ' ;' -^ ??' Tinned Fruits ? -Sd. ^-; ;???'?? j jjl ' -rf'-rf Tinned Pine Apple ... r ? I'd. ^ \ ![j- |j -- Jelly Squares ? .oil. eaHi ;J i^ '?-'* ji|^ Pickles — Onion, Piccalilli, and Mixed lid. per Bottle . . ^W ' ££ ill S: W»* Pickles— Morton's ? Kk\. ?? JM ? %* .;_ j ji ^2 NR Cream of Tartar ? ... '... 1/- per 1b. nB ^^ I, Z'4 f^Pi Worc.tsrer Sauce Lays ? ... 4d. per Bottle. j2P\ JS |ii 'fZ********:**-**?*-* »?»?» Jams— Aunt Marv's'ct Taylor's ... f-i!.- p'eii-'Tin. to.o-^*^^^-**;*^^^^^^^:-*: r-'...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

NEWS AND NOTES. Twenty-five Macedonian peasants in the Fiorina district had been driven by terror to the mountains, but returned under the protection of.' ii proclamation promising them par don. Then the guards who were escorting the peasants to Fiorina massacred them. A body of Turkish troops defeated 250 insurgents at Dolmotogertzi, near TJskub, on the 3rd inst. Four teen of the insurgents were killed. The Turks plundered and then burned the village. A band under Chakalaroff fought a detachment of Turkish troops at Dambeni, in the Divra district. Both bodies of con testants lost heavily. Turkish troops who attempted to recapture a pass on the Sateska River valley were badly defeated by insurgents. The Pope is dismissing many superfluous functionaries. Pie de tests the surveillance of the Swiss Guards. Mrs. Riley, aged 32, a resident of Narira, near Cobargo, died on' board the steamer Bega on Thursday of last week while travelling to Sydney.

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