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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 26 September 1903

BRIEF MENTION. It is abated that Britain .has decid ed to stop the eastern massacres. A squadron is supporting representa tives of other powers. Austria has warned King Ferdinand that he will be deposed if war ensues. Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria is at Soh'a. This is interpreted at Vienna to mean that the war party at Sofia is uppermost. The Turkish troops have prevented the British consul at Adrianople from enquiring into the recent ex cesses there. Sir Thomas Lipton is in a critical condition at Chicaga suffering from colites and catarrhal apprendicitis. Three thousand refugees at Burgas on the Black Sea, and many others across the Bulgarian frontier are dy ing of disease and hunger. A great sensation has been created throughout Great Britain owing to the resignation of Mr. Chamberlain, Mi-. Ritchie and Lord George Ham ilton from the Cabinet being at variance with their colleagues on question of preferential trade.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cable News. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 26 September 1903

(Jable }4eWs. London, Tuesday. The chiefs of the Macedonian rising threaten, unless the; Powers intervene, to order the committal by insurgent bands atrocities com pared with which, the atrocities of Turkish Troops will be child's play. The Sultan has promised M. Zin ovieff, the Russian Ambassador at I 1r*iT\ c«4*o i^ f*i vi /™vvi 1 £i ir\ nnnit'li fiT/-i^-*-» officers and soldiers who have been guilty of excesses in Macedonia. It is reported at Constantinople that Bulgarian engineers assisted by six Russian volunteer officers are surveying the Black Sea coast for a fortified ca.tnp for 180,000 men. It is reported that Bulgaria is able to place 200,000 troops at the front ier in a week. The Russian press considers that the fall of Mr. Chamberlain rids the world of one of the principal ele ments against the peace of Europe. The resignation of Mi'. Chamber lain, Mr. Ritchie, and Lord G-eo. Hamilton caused great excitement, and activity in all political andj commercial circles in Great...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 26 September 1903

Latest Quotations, Sydney Market. ! Butter Did., choice lots ll)d. Bacon Del. nominal. Melbourne- Market. Butter i»d. to llkl. Bacon Oil. to Is. Brisbane Butter lUd. Bacon Ski. You will find first-class Fishing Tackle at Harry Everitt's.*

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 26 September 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL Thu.-;.- who made i: th'ir business insK' tin' s\s. Cavanha off on Salur-' «lav evening last, neve;* saw the Bay; ealnier. or had reason to ant icipate a: h.'if.'r voyage. Yet. an hour or so later; proved that it was but the ca 1 nil before t lie storm, the Cavanba and! every other vessel at sea had to face extremely rnuuh weather, the Ca-. vanba- not reaching oyuiiey until Monday evening. The R:i m- -rnio; was unable to cross the bar at Bal-: liu;i and took refugr- in Byron Bay. landing mails and a largo number of passengers hop'. Oilier boats also look refuse, in truth Byron Bay. open a.-- it is, is the only place of (??iiiipa!'it i ve -afeiy on t his portion of! theeoast f.ii' vi-s.sels in stress of storm,! and if l.-ss money had been spent on, iiie rivers in the past, and more on Bvi'on Bav. the country would now be lvapillL! the beiielit. ' Mr. Dawson. the prohibitionist h-ct urer will be here next Wednos dav. II is lectures have been very l:ii-i:ely atended d...

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 26 September 1903

f'!iciaarli ai' Ki«;;i:tsiic2. Parish Of Bvron Bay. Sunday. September :27th l'JOo. Byron Bay, S a. in. (CM.) Bangalow. 1 1 a.m. Brooklet, 2.1-V) p.m. Byron Bay, 7.)V) p.m. kdwin .i. dodd. Bnron Bay Becovfo* heuc shall the press the peoples- rights maintain, un aw ed by influence anqundrineo by gains here patriot truth her olorious precepts DRAW, PLED3ED TO it EllCIQN . LOYALTY, AND LAW. sati.'rda v. skptkmkkr -n\. itHi:i.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 26 September 1903

SADDLERY & ESTABLISHMENT, J BYRON BAY. /jPA ff ^ ®WU jJaBto Mil JJU1 JJsa JUnK JtrX a mm 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. J. B. ELBKA. Jim Wilson, Builder ami €--iitaa-tor. HAVING hail 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, f Repairs to Buildings, Furniture, Joinery, LATTICE WORK A ? SPECIALITY. WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS « UP-TO-DATE NEWS f*AGENCY 1 AND FANCYIJC003S EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph. Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. bshissm**: p.41»e:b«s. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Quecnslander, Week. HUHLBOITBMVR PAPEKS...

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THE NORTH COAST CO-OP. COY'S, PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 26 September 1903

THE NORTH COAST CO-OP. COY'S. PICNIC. ? r\ ? 'Wednesday dawned a day of days, ? calm and just warm enough to be! [thoroughly enjoyable, the kind of; I day dreamed of by picnicker's and; hut rarely realised. The picnic this' year was given by the Creamery ; I Directors to the suppliers and was| j Happily arranged ail inrougn t no programme. The picnic ground — ' an ideal spot — was gay with moving! figures, groups would form and badinage, kindly inquires and re-; mini seen cos would pass between! friends and acquaintances, living all the year round perhaps miles apart,1 would then dissolve and form into; another group. The usual picnic; games were indulged in to the satis-: faction of those taking part in them. It is estimated that fully 1000 and odd people were present, a very large number coming by the Lis more train, and also from the Tweed Mr. Henson, Superintendent of Rail ways, Lismore, travelled with the ;rain spending the day at the pic lic, and safely seeing the excursion st...

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

^.FUN.i^ Scene in a Paris Restauant. — Cus- tomer : 'Waiter, I can't get on Avith this lobster ; it's as hard as Hint.' Waiter : ' Beg parden, sir — a slight mistake. That's the papier mache lobster out of the showcase. Shall I change it ?' A Physician was lecturing lately on the ignorance of people of their own complaints, and said that a lady once asked him what his next lecture was to be upon, and being told ' the circulation of the blood,' replied that she should certainly attend, for she bad been troubled with that compliant fora long time. Editor's wife (from second story window) : 'You don't get in this house at an}' such hour of the morn tng as this.' Editor (appealingly) : ' But, my dear, I was necessarily detained at the office. You see we had late news of a tremendous big lock-out, and — ' Wife : ' All right, you've got news of another now,' slamming down the window. Young Miss Blank, to try her young man's fidelity, asked her in timate friend to beg him to kiss her as he...

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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

Useful joints* FASHIONS. ? Muslins and linens will be worn in 'preference to any other material through the summer. Linens will ' be made up with a severe simplicity, muslins fussily with much lace, fril ling and shirring. ^Touches of black will be seen on nearly every cos ' tiiine. For liiieu gowns the trim ming wiu inosuy consist or stole ends of self material, hanging loosely round the skirt and shoulders, fin ished with tassels, these can be purchased, but there is much scope lor individual taste and handiwork, as Jinen gowns can be embroidered with many designs. Here is a des cription of a charming model of a cream or white crash linen, suitable for morning or afternoon wear, it i& embroidered with cherries ai.d leaves. It has a tichu drapery ai.u waistOelt of cherry and white, spot ? ted silk, the fichu is held in place by a band of thrt linen embroidered with cherries and leaves in nat.m.l colours. The sleeves are cloael} pleated from the shoulder half \\a\ to the elb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

? ? ? - . - . ? .? I ){. Everitt, BaSter Confectioner,' and Senegal Storekeeper, — BYRON BAY. — A VAioii-o ami (J|--t-i-E)cBtc Stork always on vi«»vr. j* DEAPEEY, MT GBOCERY, MS BOOTS & SHOES, ^% CLOTHING, OT ^ HOSIERY, ^m IRONMONGERY, ^_ etc., etc. Milliiioi-y and I)r--ss:Kakiiif; Done al slioi-;«'st iiolico. Zroscl delivtrtd all c\ er the tisirlct at 4d. pjr Loaf. x^sii ri xm ym tn ^ ^ PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... ltyion Bay. ... Executes at.ll orders in tin- above Trades with Hust Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanRs of all Descriptions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

Quaiu's Pier J^otel. BYE O N B A Y Excellent Accommodation. Best Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. Sample and Billiard Kooins. Experienced and Careful f.rooui. Hotel Waggonette meets all Arrivals by Sea and Train. VS this Hotel is .situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to de.se ri he its Charms - AS A SUMMER RESORT. D. QUAIN, PROPRIETOR. JVtarp and J-mg, I GENERA I, STOREKEEPER'S, BYRON BAY. | Byron Bay to the Front.^^ OUR New Stock of Spring Drapery has arrived, consisting of the latest, seasonable Dress Fabrics ami Trimmings, a few li.ifs arc undermentioned : ? i | HOYLK'S PRINTS and ZFPHYRS in cluirminjr designs and all shades. i THK LATKST DKKSS .MATKK1AI.S viz: ? ! Voils, Spiral Crcpon. Fi-cneh Delaines. I'nion Linen, Fancy Floral Muslins, l.'anc\ Spot and Uordercd Muslins, etc., etc., I As varied an assortment of new Spring Drapery as ever was shown in a Draper's Kstahlislnnent. ! \ Splendid choice of Lace and...

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RALPH'S MARRIAGE. (Continued.) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

[?] (Conlimicri.) CHAPTER ,11. Cwi S Elise sat passive, while ser A-uP vants went and came, and ('Y \ the vapid chatter of her ''' t ^ pupils conti.Mtted, her mind was in a Avhirl of doubt and fear. Sn l ( i \i'» i Ci «lil 'i Ann u'lf n it / \ /~i t'\ m fr\ o/i_ -.jiiv^ \\ iin ion (iiuiiU) \\ li-ii n\i uiiv; vki tiu vise her, her plans defeated, her sacrifices r.seless, herself placed in a position extremely painful to an honorable and sensitive woman.! She had toiled and planned and suf-l fered and had been silent for a year and a half, thrust into circumstances] where nothing could have .supported] her but the hope and belief that she! bad been breaking a tie which must be hateful to another, who had heeni dragged into it by an unjustifiable! appeal to his gratitude. She bad nerved herself to bear insult and loneliness and misery that she might! atone, for her father's wrong-doing, and repudiate as far as lay in her power, the fatal act which had bound her in life-long fetters to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / e' $. %. UDardjam, ( BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property i Act. ' ! LICENSED AUCTIONEER. i 'T AND and Oeneral Commission Ajjont J-J Commissioner for Affidavits. J LOCAL AGENT i For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). L i % W. Thompson M JUN., & CO., - Auctioneers and Land Agents. ! HUJLUJMBHtlBV. i A UCTIONS held and Properties for I £3- Private Sale in all parts of the Bis; .Scrub and Tweed River Districts. A large list of properties to select froni.T Sugar Rebate, and Land and In- ! come Tax, returns made out and ' forwarded. NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factory. Lismore. cmn , meiicins WEDNESDAY, Hrd DECEM BER, 1 ill 12. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, M U R W I L L U M B A 91 . | —————— | Sworn Valuator mi-i--i- Real Property Act. Assent for New Zealand Insurance Co.. (~1 ET your ...

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Poetry and Fiction. Four Cups of Tea. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

[?] V) Pouf (Jups of (pea. Four cup3 of tea ! they were standing sadly, Scented^delicious -and steaming hot. Two happy maidens woro waiting 'ladly Two promis'd mashers who hurried not ! Tea — it was ready— and bread and butter Cut into slices most sweet and thin. ' Why don't they come,' low the maidens mntl«T\ 'Didn't we tell them ma wasn't in V' Two pretty maidens in tea-gowns sittitig, Such gowns— with billows of foamy lace, Hush ! there's a knock, and a blush goes flitting ' Over each pretty expectant face. li Ah ! there they are ! Is my fringe all right, dear ?' Perfect — and mine, is it, still in curl ? Now, are you certain I'm not a fright, dear V' Thus to the other, each fluttered girl, Riit-tat-tat-tat ! What a thund'ring sum mons. ' Come, naughty dawdler.-;, you're very late, What can you mean by this tardy coniing, Leaving us girls and the tea to wait?' Rising to welcome their recreant mashers, Blush of the brightest on each cheek flaunts : Susan the pert throws the door w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

BYRON BAY. E\ TT T^QT IT* V (LATE L. GRLMWOOD), w.iile than'dng his Custvne.-s fv olieir s ipoort in ? J-jL vJ JLJ kJ .1_J JLii JL ? the pas: bega to .l.uw tli^i/ afcSjntio.i t.j a few Startling ^%oeeFy- ^ Colonial Sugar Coy's l.A; Sugar, 14,'- 701b Bag. ^ &£ Colonial Sugar Coy's. l.C. Sugar l;ty- 701b Bag. ## #* Gillespie's Bfst Flour ? (-/(- 501b Bag. «~ ?^ Currants — Fresh Fruit ? 5d. per 11-. ^ ??- Raisins ? Gd. per 1b. ^ &« Salmon ? Kd. j£g £'* Tinned Fruits ? Nd. -v^ $| Tinned Pine. Apple ? «.M. ^ ^ Jelly Squares ? f-d. each - *$ ^ j^ Pickles — Onion, Piccalilli, and Mixed (Id. per Bottle ^j ## ^ flSr* Pickles — Morton's ? lOd. ^H *^ SS SB Cream of Tartar ? 1/- per Ih. IM gg ^ n Jck Worcester Sauce Lays ? -id. per Bottle. Jm^ 1#p ^SS^m^m M& JH»'^-Aunt Mary-s & TayhM-H ... 5d. per Tin. ^MU^^^^^M|| --j: Snow Flake Kerosene ? 4/- per Tin. M ?o--^' ]-Vsr Ameriran P:-irl)H(l Wire ... lo/- per Coil. y* ^?^ '^ --O-: IROXMOXOKKY AT LOWKST RATKS. %4 DRAP...

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NAVAL DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

NAVAL DEFENCE. Mr. T. T. Ewing's speech in the House of Representatives, delivered on the 14th July, on the Naval Agreement Bill, was splendidly pa triotic, and voices the opinion of the majority of right-thinking Aus tralians. For it is not only loyalty but also self-preservation. which demands that we should not be backward in giving our mite to wards our own protection in case of war. It is not fair that we should expect Great Britian to do ail and ask nothing. Yet there are many averse to paying the small amount the Imperial Government asks — 200,000 per annum — for which she undertakes to supply us with eleven ships, the crews of which will num ber at least 2,000 men. In com paring the Army and the Navy Mr. Ewing says : — ' The main duty of the Army in Australia is to remain at home : its main work being very much that of a garrison in a fortress, namely to protect the country and to destroy the enemy, should he reach here. The object of the Navy, however, is to seek the enemy ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

Iioofc Bargains AT Hawy Evemtt's, NEW STORE, SHIRLEY STREET, Byron Bay. ? IN ? Boots, AND Shoes, CARPET SLIPPERS, CANVASS SHOES, Come and see our prices for the above lines, they are good and CHEAP. Drapery, A G-OOD AND UP-TO-DATE STOCK TO SELECT PROM. Cashmeres all shades and prices. All these New Goods. Ladies' Winter Hats Trimmed to Order. At prices tint d3fy 0j;n;)3uitio n. H. Everitt, Thursday, 8th October, AT 12 O'CLOCK. ? -o — ? ? 0 ? A VERY CHOICE LOT OF | YOUNG Poff I/- 1 AA 'O'EAD Xr0UNG /BATTLE, IXJxj JlLead X oung Rattle, From 1 to 3 years old, about 40 head of which are very forward. ? o ? Also, A Pair Good All-round Farm Horses. Saddle and Sulky Horses. Ploughs, Harrows, Corn-sheller (new), and a quantity of Sundries. OWEN B. WAREHAM (in conjunction with M. GAY & COY.) have been favored with instructions from Murdoch McLean Esq., to sell the above by auction, at the Sale Yards, Byron Bay. ? The cattle were all bred by Messrs. Major and Worby of Tintenbar and Cl...

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The Friends of the Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

The Friends of the Farmer. Much has been said as to the pre servation of birds, the friends of the farmer and horticulturist. And a great deal of fun and abuse has been heaped on women for her part of the destruction of our birds. Truej she wears feathers, and sometimes the whole body or some beautiful slain songster adorns or rather is on her hat, and, of course, from our standpoint, this is all wrong. But be this as it may, there is no denying the fact that our insectivorous birds are fast passing away. Now, there is a help for all this. First let us consider the enemies of our friends. First and foremost comes the so-called domestic cat. This predatory animal is the very worst enemy of birds. Cats which will not catch either mouse or rat will hunt birds and rabbits all day and all night. 1 ueing an invalid (_says a writer in American Atfriatllitrc '), and not being :ible to be away from the house much during last summer, took care to closely observe a pair of cats in their daily ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

LOST, TOST Between Eaihvay Station J and the Creamery. *Gold bar B 'oach, heart and ivy leaves, set with stones. Finder kindly leave at this office. FOUND. 1710UND One Gold Brooch, Owner _ can have same on describing, and paying cost of Advt. Apply to J. GLEYN, Byron Bay. ATHLETIC SPORTS. QUAIN'S £10 SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. TO BE RUN AT BYRON BAY ON KING'S BIRTHDAY, (November Dth). NOMINATIONS ? Is. ACCEPTANCES ? Is. Gd Last 12 month's performance (if none within tha: time the last three) Id accompany nominations. Ac ceptances on the morning of the race. Full programme in future i.ssne. Nominations close /51st October with the undersigned, D. QUAIN, Promoter.

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POTATO-GROWING EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 3 October 1903

POTATO-CROWlXfi EXPEKI ITIEAT i ? : ? O ? ! The following is a summary of ai bulletin recently published by Cor-; nell University Experiment station.! U.S.A.:.-- * '| Extensive tillage alone is not! sufficient to produce a large yield of! potatoes. The soil upon which the! potatoes are thrown should be nro-i perly supplied with humus if mois-; lure is to be conserved through a; drought. On a soil well supplied' with humus the moisture may be- niuserved even llirough ;i severe drought, and a fair crop of potatoes! produced. . ; Spraying with Bordeaux mixture; in nearly every case has increased; the yield of potatoes, even when; blight has been prevalent. The practice should become more general Harrowing potato land after potatoes! arv planted and before the plants; are above ground is a wise practice.' Intense tillage may be overdone.: During a drought only so much! tillage is necessary as shall keep the! surface mulch loose and thoroughly' dry. The dryer the surface lavel ofj soil t...

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