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

Iiook Bargains AT Happy Evepitt's, NEW STORE, SHIRLEY STREET, Byron Bay. ? IN ? Boots, AND Shoes, OAKPET 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 t 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. Wires & Letters punctually attended to. Note the address ; — Goods Shed at the Pier. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Grand Concert AND SOCIAL ' i^Will be held in the d ^SCHOOL OF ARTS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 1st 1903. In aid of Mrs. Brandon's Fancy Stall, for the Bazaar. Full particulars next issue. r. McDonald, rion. Sec. 1 PRELIMINARY NOTJCE. Presbytery, — AT BANGALOW. — TT7ILL be open...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Unrest In Syria. LONDON, Sept. 9 [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

Unrest In Syria. London. Seut. 9 j There are disquieting rumours in | Syria that the Druses are arming, jand a massacre in the Lebanon is | feared. J The Druses are a remarkable people ! who inhabit the whole of the south ?ern range of Mount Lebanon, and whose origin is attributed to Arab tribes from Yemen by themselves, W n IIP C/ttun i-«f*.)i it ft Irwri ef.t_ ilupiiru f h *»t 1 1 from the Cuthites. Their religion which they have maintained for 8U0 years, is composed of doctrines from the Pentateuch, the Christian Gospel, the Koran, and from the Suti allegories.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presbyterian Church of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

Presbyterian Church of Australia. Sunday, September, 20th 1903. Byron Bay (School of Arts), 11 a.m. Springvale 2.80 p.m. Bangalow 7.30 p.m. REV. CHAS. H. HAINS.

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 — 19 September 1903

WEEKLY MaRKET REPORT. The following is The Coastal Far mers1 weekly market report : — Butter. Supplies are increasing. . Some agents are cutting freely. We quote Prime 9£d choice standard brands halfpenny (£-d) extra. Second grade butter is practically unsaleable. Export. Shipments commence next week. Cables from London itill forecast a good opening market. Bacon. The market still contin ues firm at last week's quotations. Cheese. Steady sales. Best ched dar makes 7d. to 7-kl. inferior grades lower. Any inrush of new un marketable cheese will cause an immediate slump in prices. Honey. Market firmer, choice liquid 3d. per Ib. Beeswax. 1/- to 1/1. Lard. Bulk ruling at 4d. to -i^d. Eggs. Heavy supplies with good sales. 'Norths' M. to \h\$. ' Souths' '.Id. to Did. Poultry. Scarce, demand keen for prime quality. Fowls 3/(5 to 3/(J ?choice to -I/-, choice roosters -1./- to ; 4/1), Ducks 4/- to 4/b', choice to 5/-, ,Geese 5/0 to 7/-, Turkey-hens 7.'- to ;8/-, Gobblers -Sr to 12/-.* i Pigs....

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

WANDJBIULS, Envelopes, Commercial Work of all kinds, Rubber Stamps. GIVE US A TRIAL.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

Cards, Programmes, Circnkirs, tetter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS.

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

6[FGat JVorthem J^otcl, BYRON BAY. s i _t_ Sea Side Resort j_ ..] ??'? . .'-.. ' . ? ? . ' ? .- . ??? . ' ' .'! _ _ . _ _ __ ; . . . . ^— I UREATr0' ^.^-^^^^^ BAY- i I *-:» '^ ''':=rr r'. ===== ? . ?*?-? ? / jfl \^Jy\ $* ^T^1^ GRKAT NORTHERN HOTKL, h!i.s always hopn notcfd'us aiiiosfc %* \V^J ) i ^^//J\ --. vY i conveiiioutly situated, uiuirwoll nianu^ed hostelry. Every Httvn.tion &% \v^N^__-/ . '[; cy^// |^ ^^ has l)een given to good architecture, ventilation, .light and .comfort. ?*& VvN;^-, -I / (( \ '&& The yeiiertil aiTangeinents of the liotel are cJiarniing. The rooms are #ljfr \\Nv i^ ^ ' L? ^ t-.isU'.fully-fnrniHhed. From, the corridor -a stairway leads to an upp;-?r balcony -^ \\\ i'^ .*-; which is a veritable i; look out ' commanding the most magnificent views ol; ?*/*? cJ u j V- ?££ the Bay and surrounding country- After a few moments in this high ^1; M ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^ || ^ come dowii t...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

^ ? ^_- '_?— - ? ^__^ ? ^ ? I ' -._ I j j sa Bypon Bay Hecord. i , ? 1 SPEEDY, | [\/'ANTEDi Ht-aik-rs of tin; 'Byron Bay Record.'' to note thejl r ? subscription por year, if paid in advance, is 10s. posted, or 12s I noked. Subscriptions may be commenced at any time. Give vour I ipjiort to the local paper. ' * I ? .T^=L ?

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

Go to W. Klbra if you want a good sulky.*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. ? Q' ? — 1 The meeting of the Progress As sociation was held on the 10th inst., haying been postponed from the pre vious Thursday. There was a fair attendance present and among others Messrs. J. E. Glasgow (President in the chair), 0. B. Wareham (Hon. Sec), W. H. Clifford, D. Jarman, J. Armstrong. J. (r. Baizer, M. McLean, A. C. Burgess and W. B. Jackson. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed on the mo rion of Mr. Armstrong, seconded by Mr. Baizer. ! CORRESPONDENCE. OCTWARDSi ? To the Hon. Sec, Tweed River Mission, Murwilluin bah, stating that the local Associa tion consider that Noorgoora, Bathurst Burr, and Lantana should lie especially mentioned in the Nox iousWeeds Bill. ? To the Hon. Sec. Tyagarah Farmers' and Dairymens' Association referring to the Byron Bay Cemetery, and suggesting that the Tyugarah Association write to the Trustees of Cemetery and point out us neglected condition. ? To R. D. Meaghyr, Esq. M.L.A., requesting: ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cable News. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

(Jable ]4eWs. ? 0 ? London, Wednesday. | Turks are massacring indiscrinin jately guilty and innocent, includ ing Bulgarians, Greeks, and Wallachs A foreign officer who was present at the burning of the village of Are mensho says that everj- villager was killed, man}' being burnt alive. Austria and Russia have protest ed against the horrible excesses of troops, especially Albanians, in the villayets of Monastir and Addrinople. Intense indignation is arising in England. A new Servian military plot has been discovered. Several officers have been arrested. King Peter keeps a river launch in constant readiness. The St. Petersburg Novosli says Russia intends to keep Manchuria, but is willing to peacefully make Japan concessions in Korea which she will never yield to in war. Drs. Lapponi and Mazzoni, the late Pope's personal medical attend ants, have published a defence in reply to press charges of incompet ence in their treatment of the case. Mr. Balfour has published a mani festo with re...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the Record. "Oh, that Waltzing Contest." [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

To the Editor of the Record. ' Oh, that Waltzing Contest.' SIR. — Would you kindly allow me space in your paper to pass a few remarks regarding the disgraceful judging in connection with the con test held last week. In the first place, were the Judges' capable of doing their duty ? No. Because die man in the centre of the hall, who was one, may know something about dancing, but the other two sat in the corner keeping the musician warm, and studying out, in deep tuougnt, wnicn tram tney wouiu catch in the morning when the con test would be over. The Musician's decision was final which I'll undertake to prove at any time or place, In conclusion, Mr. Editor, why were not the prizes given out as ad vertised ? And not graded by a first, second, and third place ? Also the music being graded as well, for one couple it was excellent but for the others it was much the reverse. Yours and ete. ONE WHO KNOWS. j (Any further communication on jthe 'Waltzing Competition,' for Ipublication must be ...

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 — 19 September 1903

SADDLERY ^ A ESTABLISHMENT, « BYRON BAY. ' jr*^* iSS&F W ^^ T^l'Tlf'/iT'^T^ ^\ ?'?''' ?? ? 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 Backsmithingand .Coach Factory. Where he hopes by strict attention to business to merit a share of public patronage. : w. X.. B. FXBBA. ' ^B^ MM ' ' ' ' ^^ Beaiadci' a»-l €oaj|i:«-Soi-. HAYING had. a large experience, he is prepared to advise as. to thf most suitable Materials and. Timber to use. Plans prepared i'oi all kinds of Buildings, ? r Repairs to Buildings, Furniture, Joinery, LATTICE- WORK A' _ SPECIALITY WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS .ON HANJ). PIQKET FENCES.. ANY DESIGNS I ? UP-TO-DATE NEWS t* AGENCY ' T; - . ' '? AND FAN0YUG90DS EMPORIUM, SVDNEV PAPE9SS. ' ] Town and Country, Sydney Mail Evening News. Daily Telegraph. . Sydney Bulletin,' Boomerang. Worlds News. | BRISBANE PAPERS. . ! Courier, Dail...

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THE NORTH COAST CO-OP. COY. LTD. MONTHLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

THE NORTH COAST CO-OP. COY. LTD. MONTHLY REPORT. Cream. , The cream supply has , increased during the month considr erably. The rank strong flavour, due to the spring grass, is very pre valent just now, this flavour can be removed to a great extent by aerating the cream after separating, and getting rid of the gases. Very frequently too, cream is carted in the sun quite exposed, and driven rapiuiy over a rongn road, ah uns has a tendency to produce second quality cream. Export and warm weather are now upon \is. To meet, the export trade and make it the success of previous years, we must have the cream daily during the hot months. In the past, suppliers have responded wpII to. our appeal, and we trust they will confirm their past reputation. .The assistance of the suppliers to manufacture a really good keeping butter is 'absolutely necessary, and it is with this assist ance we hope to maintain at least our previous records. It is very gratify ing to know the Minister -has defin-|; it...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. North Coast Co-op. Creamery Pic nic next Wednesday, on the Old Ground. It is extreme!}' gratifying to those who are interested in the advance ment of this Port, to learn that the passei.ger list of the s.s. Cavanba is continually on the increase, the tra velling public seaming to prefer this route to any other. Certainly any one taking a trip on the Cavanha, is generally anxious for another. The appointments of saloon and cabins are all that the most fastidious could desire, and w.j believe that Mr. Nicol; intends to place another steamer — | after the same design — on this line.! to cope with the demand. j The public Meeting convened by! the Progress Association for the pur pose of debiting some scheme to give Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Brown of the E.S. and A. Bank, a Farewell Social ur Presentation Gift, was a very suc cessful gathering, a number of the leading residents of the town attend ing, and would have been even more largely attended had the weather I) -en liner...

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

Church of England. Parish Op Byron Bay. Sunday, September 20th 1903. Mullumbimby, 11 a.m. Tyagarah, 2.3:) p.m. Byron Bay, 7.3.) p.m. EDWIN J. DODD. Spun Bag Bacurir. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWEO BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN | DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER IV). 1«M)3.

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To the Editor of the Byron Bay Record [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

To the Editor of the Byron Bay Rcconl\ DEAR SIR.— Will you find space for the following letter which I address to ' One who knows a little.' : — In reference to your ridiculous advice to me re the Waltzing Competition I iind my time too fully occupied to give your welcome note much consideration, but no doubt you consider you are doing good work tor the community at large by plead ing so earnestly to me on the matter you Judges known you to be present on that auspieous occasion your advice would have ueen asked, but as the case is. your opin ion is not desired. As for being fav ored, as you put it, I defy you or any other person to prove that assertion by so doing 1 shall gladly forfeit my prize, otherwise I shall not take the advice of you or any other person when they will not. let their identity be known. As for the ' showing up ' you talk about, I think it I, in justice to the public, turn the tables on you we should then see who would get the '' showing up.'* No doubt on some f...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 19 September 1903

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [It is distinctly to be borne in mind that we do not by inserting letters convey any opinion favourable to their contents. No notice whatever will be taken of anony mous letters, nor can we return those that are rejected. Letters should be brief arid written on one side of the paper only.] To the Editor of the Byron Bay Record. DEAR SIR. — May we trespass on a few inches of your valuable space to comment upon a rather cur ious anonymous effusion, Which has reached Mr. W. Balzer, winner fiu coninnction with his uartner Miss Davis) of first prize in. the waltzing competition, in which the writer inquires whether Mr. Balzer ?'has cheek enough ' to accept the medal and etc. and forthwith an nounces that if he does he's ' not the gentleman he professes to be' and that he was favoured by the ' Musician.' Altogether the com munication is a pitiful exhibition of jealousy, and would be treated by us, with the contempt it deserves if it had not caused a slight degree of...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 26 September 1903

AFUN.#. Wash it. — A miserly landlord was going round collecting his rents. At one house he was greatly interested in a little girl, who watched, open mouthed and openreyed, the business of paying over the money and ac cepting the receipt. ' He patted her on the head, and started to search his pockets, saying. ' I must see if I have not got some thing for you.' Coat and vest pockets he searched, and at last, brought from a remote corner of one of the latter, nicely embellished with the fluffy accumulations of months, a peppermint. As he handed it to the little girl, he said — ?' And now, my dear, what will you do with that ? ' The little girl looked at him, and solemnly re plied : ' Wash it.'1 Mrs. Magnn : ' I came across one jof your old letters to-day, George, where you said that you would ra ther be in endless torment with me than be in bliss by yourself.' Mr. Magnn : 'Well, my deal-, I igot my wish.' i — . — ? ' 'No, Willie dear,' said Mamma : ?'No more cakes to-night. Don, t yo...

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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 26 September 1903

/Useful {tints* ? u ; People would find less difficulty Avith ready-made shoes, says an ex perienced ealesnan, if th)ey would - stand up to fit them on, instead of sitting down. A woman's foot is considerably smaller, when she sits in a chair than when she walks about. 'Exercise brings a large quantity of blood into the feet, and they swell appreciably. The muscles also re quire certain space. In buying . shoes, this fact should be borne in mind. ? To Clean Brass Trays and Bowls. — Wash them well with soap and warm water, scrubbing with a small brush to get the dirt out of the in terstices. Have ready1 a pan of cold water containing 2 gallons, into which put 1 oz of sulphuric acid: put the brasses in this, and let them remain 5 minutes, take them out and plunge into cold water ; dry with a clean cloth, and they will shine like gold. Oare must betaken not to drop any of the sulphuric acid on the clothesjor flesh, as it burns a hole* in anything it touches. Butter in warm weather shou...

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