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Presentation to Mr. Bryce. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 October 1903

Presentation to Mf. Bi^ce. Mr. W. J. A. Bryce (our new manager of the E.S. and A. Bank) arrived here by Thursday's s.s Ca vanba. Mr. Bryce was accompanied by his family, and is from Milton (South Coast). We note by the Ulladulla and Ulillon Times of last Saturday, that on the Wednesday previous there was a large and repre sentative gathering of the public in the School of Arts, Milton, to par ticipate iir a presentation to Mr. Bryce prior to his departure. The movement to recognise Mr. BryceV services to the district, was most| .successful and-.-' the large and repre-i tentative character of the large at tendance (including a good sprink ling of ladies) that faced the unpro pitious elements to do honour to him, speak volumes, and certainly stand a compliment of no undecided nature to Mr. Bryce, and of which lie may justly feel proud.'' The Mayor, and many gentlemen present, spoke in high terms of Mr. Bryce. regretting his departure, and rejoic ing in his promotion. A very hand some ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
R.C. CHURCH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 10 October 1903

R.C. CHURCH CONCERT. The concert inaugurated by the Bangalow Dramatic Club, for the purpose of raising funds in aid of Mrs. Brandon's Fancy Stall at the forthcoming bazaar, and postponed from the 1st inst., eventuated on Thursday evening. There was a good 'front-seat ' audience who ap peared to thoroughly enjoy the pro gramme. It is rather regrettable that there was no local talent, (of which we have no lack) on the boards. However, Bangalow ex celled itself. The first item on the programme, a Pianofort Duet was really charmingly played by Misses Murphy and Garvey, the. bells on Miss Murphy's wrists making a melodious chime. This is an idea from the Bellringers. Mr. Garvan (St. Helena) then favoured the audience with that sweet and favor ite song 'Doreen' for which he received a well-merited encore., but was not in such good form for his second song as the first. Miss Felix Murphy rendered several songs, with good effect, Miss Murphy has a voice, which would be heard to greater adva...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Useful Hints. FANCY-WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

y^'^si^J^mts^ . FANCY-WORK. „ Umbrella Case, — There is no more useful article for a voyager (s-tys *4 Ho isewife') than an umbrella case. To make it cloth or felt may . be used^ the size depending entirely upon the length of one's parasols. Eight inches doubled in halves would surely how smhcient parasols for even a member of ths smart world. The case must be embroi dered in as tasteful a manner as possible, satin or outline stitch be ing the 'most suitable to use. When the 'embellishing is completed the bag must be raw down the sides aijd at the bottom, finally turning it in side out. Make a 'lining in the same manner and insert it. Top-sew the lining and bag together at the top, finishing with a. nan-uw cord to match. Flowered sateen would make a pretty -lining, and would also wear well. About three inches from the top run two rows of ma chining through which to thread a cord to draw up the bag. This cord should be made double so as to draw both ways at once, but before com menci...

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RALPH'S MARRIAGE. (Continued.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

WRX* Ufl |UH S **?** (Continual.) CHAPTER III. ??;, ^%\ ^ B'*ne(l as ne spoke, and Eli so \ Xnt ^ailC0t^ XIP at him. He was ?\ C%\ sPGa^ino calmly enough, but | | ^ she felt that there was some ; thing hidden beneath that calmness. ; His face had a set, almost stern look, i every line wan ftuuugi^ uiawn ; 111-1 \ tense earnestness dominated the : whole man. He was playing a des j perate game, and the happiness of I his life was at stake ; but he -was} j giviug the closest attention to every ; move. It was this intensity that f made Elise remain silent, and com ?? pelled her to bend her head in token j ?i of assent. [ ' You cannot wonder,', said Ralph, | speaking in a studiously quiet voice, j ' that I find it an intoleral)le thought 1. that you are in your present position. j I do not ask you to leave this house ; for mine — I do not even ask you to i let the world know the claim you ? have upon me, as that course is at ! present repugnant to you ; but I do ask — and I should have t...

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THE USUAL OVERSIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

THE USUAL OVERSIGHT ' Had I best run the risk? Shall I make her my wife?., Thus he mused while considering the step of his life. ' Will her wit entertain me, her beauty attract .' He tried to remember some virtue she lacked, ' Can she save, be submissive and loving at once, Or simper and purr like the average dunce V Can she make her own dresses, prepare all the meals, Do away with the bang iincl wear sensible heels V' He thought her all over, then made up his mind That she was as perfect as any he'd find, '? I'll have her,' at last he decided ; but woe I He'd forgotten to weigh up her possible ' No.'

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Poetry and Fiction. Thoughts (PANSIES). [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

I' i zJtwf/m ana -^Ti#fam. \ — /p^OU^fS (PANSIES). I:' ? ; ? Q ? . -' A bunch of pansies dry and dead, : Enfolded by a silken thread, '?. Their richly purple hues once bright. ; Now darken'd into Hombre night. The little faded faces, dull, That once with life were flowerl'ul. '?' My pansies — heartseaser-dead and Here. How many thoughts lie hidden here. ? Again I tread thro' golden days. I; The dear old garden a shady ways, [' Where all the old-fashion 'd flowers blow, ; Smiling at each o'er row and row. '. The wallflow'rs— dark, with subtle scent, ;? The ferns to earth all lowly bent, ; Marigolds— roses/— perfect store. ;. Pinks— mignonette— and hundreds more. But richly purple— yellow gold, | \ My pansies modestly unfold : j And fair white hands I lov'd so dear. I Hoyer'd above them, leaving here This bunch now dead upon my breast. What need for more— you guess the rest, My thoughts — my hopes— alone are hen.-, I The love has pass'd like yester year. j

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PHIL MAY'S BOHEMIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

PHIL MAY'S BOHEMIA WISH. T. P. 0,Connor writes pathetically! in ?' M.A.P.' of the late ? Phil May.j and points the following moral :--Forl the end of his life was fashioned and made almost inevitable by the be ginning. Those who know what life is, and especially the life of pre-1 carious employment, of hopeless! struggle, of occasional starvation,' know also that seeds are thus sown I which rarely fail to bring their own hideous harvest in due time. Those terrible early years of ours are the ones that for most of us stamp indelibly the course of our lives: we I rarely, if ever, get away from them.; When I started life as a journalist! the Bohemianism of which poor. Phil i May was one of the last represciit-j atives was almost the u n i vm-sn I i-nli..! of iife. Theclubof the journalist was! jthe public-house, the amusement of! the jor.rnalisi was conversation. and; conversation could only begot where! drink was an accompaniment: and! in that disastrous environment three! fourths of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

Quaiii s pier J^otel B Y K 0 N B A Y Excellent A-vr oiiniKMlaiioii. Hvst Al-«s, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tables. Every Attention. Sample and Billiard Kooms. Experienced and fare In I fJi-oom. Hotel VVa^^onette meets all Arrivals by Sea and Train. ! — AS 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. D. QUAIN, PROPRIETOR. JVCarr and J-ing, GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYRON BAY. Byron Bay to the Frnnf _ Ol'R Xi'\v Stuck of Spring Drapery has arrived, consist in.i,r --f t lie latest, seasonable Dress Fabrics and Trimmings, a few M.u's are nndernieiitioned : ? HOYLK'S PHTXTS and ZKl'HYHS in cliarininy «lesij,ms and all shades. THK LATKST 1.JKKKS MATKJilALK viz : ? Voils. Spiral Civpnn. French Delaines. Uni-ui 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. !.\ Splendid choice of L...

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WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. J The following is The Coastal Far mers' weekly market report :— Butter. Supplies show a heavy in crease, nevertheless !-{,d. has been realised for all prime butter with l,d. premium on standard brands] Owing to an early Spring and ab sence or not weather grocers have a large selection of brands to choose j from and the concessions are freely made, Victorian market is slightlv easier. j Export. London opening pro-! j peers look very bright for surplus! ibutter now on the water. | Bacon. In short supply, prices ja shade firmer, prime choice ruliii'! j'.'d. to i»£(l. i Cheese. The demand shows no' [improvement, grocers are purchas ing for immediate requirement only, prices inclined easier, choice chetl-! dar makes from 7d. other grades from 5 id. LanL Bulk 4d. to 4id., verv| dull. ' ' i Beeswax. 1/- to 1/1. j Honey. Stocks increasing, prime liquid 2R to M. second quality from 2d. inferior from Hd. Eggs. The arrivals ai:e heavv and the demand steady at 9d.' for ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. IBR^BB%S^^^^^^^^^^B^^^7 --w ^ BYEON BAY, A Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. T* AND and General Commission Agent 1, 1 Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT = For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). % W. Thompson, J JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. MIJLUJMBIMBY. \ UCTIONS held and Properties for 1 LX. Private Sale in all parts of the Bit' .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. | J'l NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. r — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factory, Lismore. com mencing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER, 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, Sec. Government Assessor, i MIIRWILLUniBAH. Sworn Valuator under Real Property Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., — MRS. — Marshall's Refreshment Rooms, Byron Bay, near Pier Ho...

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DAIRY & FARM. THE NORTH COAST CO-OP. COY. LTD. MONTHLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

[?] I THE NORTH COAST CO-OP. COY. LTD. MONTHLY REPORT. Q Cream. — The cream suppl}- has consideral)ly increased at both fac tories, and has reached 43 tons of butter already per week. There is no doubt, as it is so early in the season, that our output will reach 50 tons. Export has set in, in earnest,! consequently there must be no doubt about the quajity of the cream re quired for export butter, if we are to maintain our former reputation. Our desire is to improve on what we have done, and it remains with the suppliers chiefly whether we can. livery eye is turned on the export this year, in consequence of the de termined opposition to Government grading. No stone should be left unturned which would tend to im-i prove our quality. Some cream j coming in is to say fairly trood, but! all the freshness has gone out of it. I and it won't make as good keeping! quality of butter as desired. We! would mention again, abating the! cream assists very much to get rid of! the rank grassy flavou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

^ IMPEl^ITKla STOl^E. ^ BYRON BAY. TJ A TT T^SIT TT V (Late l- GRIMWOOD), while thanking his Customers for their support in -?-%/? -.A. V^ -L/k_7_l_J J.J X ^ the past begs to draw their attention to a few Startling !jrs ^roeerv, *-# Colonial Sugar Coy's l.A. Sugar, 14,,- 701b Bag. #p# ^ Colonial Sugar Coy's. l.C. Sugar 13'/- 701b Bag. *§* -#« Gillespie's Best Flour ? (l/ti 501b Bag. M £p Currants— Fresh Fruit ? 5d. peril). $& &£ Raisins ? 6d. per lb. 86 ^« Salmon ? 8d. g& p| Tinned Fruits ? M. #§ ! -* Tinned Pine Apple ? -M. ** *£ .Jelly Squares ? ? .r-d. each *U &$ WaT Pickles— Onion, Piccalilli, and Mixed fid. per Bottle ftfc ** ^ Mbfcfc Pickles — Mortons ? lOd. JW -^ ;SS Hft Cream of Tartar ? 1/- per lb. #? ^ ^ »nBL Worcester Sauce Lays ? 4d. per Bottle. /JPA § ♦^?^^gs-Sf^^^^^A*':*^^' Jams— Aunt Mary's & Taylor's ... ad. per Tin. *y£^,**#:*&#»K)M$$X%W. '%% Snow Flake Kerosene ? 4/- per Tin. f*. PM Best American Barbed Wire ... lo/- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ? »♦ ? In aid ..f the R.C. CHUKCH DEBT — ON — ''tli, 7th and (.»th November. A Grand Ball will be held on the ni^lit of the Iff h. Mrs. Brandon will preside at the Fancy Stall and Mrs. Everitt at the Refreshment Stall. Full Particulars later. Quadrille -Mssembl^ BYRON BAY. ON THURSDAY, 22nd. \ SKJ.ECT Quadrille Assembly x~V will be held in Quain's Hall, (known as Jarman's), Every Thurs day evening Commencing at 8 p.m. GOOD MUSIC. WIGGIN and AUSTIN. Joint Secretaries. WANTED. pATTLE & HORSES, on agist y-J rneiit ])lenty of grass and water, ? H. R. LEE. Broken Head. rt&? G.U.O.O.F. V'-'1-K1' SCHOOL OF ARTS '?'c&^r1 CKEa.K.rMcDo.vo,iH, Suffulurv.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

lei Goods ? IN ? Drapery, IN THE FOLLOWING LINES. ?Fancy Muslin's, Black and White Muslins, in Spot and Floral Designs. Also Linens in White and Coloured, All shades, mostly worn this Season . GRASS LAWNS, A lovely summer fabric. Besides a large and unique range of New Prints. In newest colourings and patterns. LACES. White, Cream, Ecru, Fawn & Twine. A New consignment of Summer Boots, AND Shoes, A SPECIALITY IN WHITE SHOES IN ALfc. SIZES. A visit will Pay you. TO Happy Everitt's NEW STORE, SHIRLEY STREET, Byron Ba; / / / // LADIES AND GENTLEMAN— ?We beg to announce that our MR. BERLINER, Diplomatic Member Spencer, Optical Institute, New York, and DOCTOR OF OPTICS National College Ophthalmology U.S., America (the most highly qualified Optician in Australia), MAY BE CONSULTED ON . Thursday, and Friday, 22nd and 23rd October, ?:? 'r At Great Northern Hotel, Byron Bay. During the hours of 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mr. Bkkmnkk will personally Examine. ,and skillfully Test the Sight Free ...

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PREFERENTIAL TRADE. LONDON, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

PREFERENTIAL TRADE. London, October 10. j Mr. Chamberlain's scheme of pre-j ferential trade as outlined in recent' speeches is regarded with coolnessj and suspicion on the Continent. The Gnnlois, of Paris, says that! Mr. Balfour, the British Primej jfi. 1 1 1 inioi , in a innuriii- nuu l * 1 1 -ni/i 1 1 1 ju; ? statesman, and is apposed as much' \)y the out-and-out protectionists of England as by the uncompromis-; sing freetraders. rVhePalric, of Paris,; declares that Mr. Chamberlain is! an enemy of France. He failed to! make a war with cannon over Fash oda, and he now wishes a war against' her with preferential tariffs. ! Oct. 11. The Nav York Journal, a free trade newspaper, says that it believes that the colonies of Great Britain do not desire an Imperial Customs Union. The same journal declares that protection has more than doubled the cost of living in the United States. Earl Spencer, Leader of the Lib eral party in the House of Lords, in a speech delivered at the Eighty Club l...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15th. I Ciiviinba s.soT;) tons, Captain J. H. Himti.r I from Sydney. Passungors JMosuanu;.-. ? Hicks, Fostur, Junsuu, Hamiuuml. I Missus Russell, Gardiner, Loijuart. ' Dawes, Smith, (iibson. Messrs. AlcLfan Mathews. (iihson, Johnson, (rear. Kirli.v. j Mulville, Laverty, Hicks, Paterson. / Cork, Skinner. Crewos, Thistlethwayti-. \ Jensen, and ;{ steerage. J FREIGHT. « 2;')(l Tons (mineral i\[erclianilise, .'!?'- tons coal. REPORT, / Left Sydney at lO.lfj on the l;idi Mj Called at the usual ports and arriwd in »%; J3yron Bay at 4 p.m. on the l.'ith. \r Bxperienceil moilerato variable winds with rain, sea smooth. j HERE SH LL THE PRESS TH O - \ MAINTAIN, { UNAWEO BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIDEO BY OAIN ; ; DRAW, i PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 17. l!«»:i.

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THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

THE FEDERAL OSPITAK : ? o ? : On the 8th inst., the House of Representatives considered the site for the Federal Capital and after six ballots Tumut was decided on by 36 votes to 25. Mr. T- T. Ewing voted for Tumut each . ballot. Mr. F. Clarke M.H.R. for the Clar ence district also voted for the wining site at the final ballot, al though earlier in the evening, he re- ! corded his vote for Bombala. ( Tumut is situated on the south - bank of the River Tumut, 80 miles j south west from Yass and 20 miles ( from Gundagai railway station. It is 264 miles south-west of Sydney, t and there are two coaches daily to '' Gundagai. It is in the counties of Buccleuch and Wynyard, and has a post and money order office, a gover ment saving bank and telegraph office. The district has 19.V miles of roads, aud rateable property of the annual value of £9340. There { are several places of worship. The district surrounding Tnmut isj mainly rich agricultural land, of which 11,000 acres are under culti va...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work of ail kinds, Kiibber Stamps. * GIVE US A TRIAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

Cards, Programmes, i - Circulars, Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 17 October 1903

/ ' ' ' I {'? ' I ' , , ., , ' 1* ' - ' -\ *' ** i G[reat JVTortheFn JKotefc BYEOi BlJ: r Sea Side Resort, t 1 ''??— | .. ii ? ; ? _____ ? ? ? jl '$£& ' ' &^ ; M A» LEAMf§ fjHoTFI' BYROrt W ! ' ^ £1 ? S ( CJyJ *'*' Q^HK GRKAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most -;* CCO^ / ! \s^ -^/J ^p ^ conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention *?£ \*^v- ? -/ j J~^y/ ^ V./ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ ?\\VSs55=- t -=y/J\ ^-' ♦ The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are -3£ \\v\ i / $ \ P# tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony p% j^) n. | f ' L) *&- which is a veritable ' look out' commanding the most magnificent views of ^t- ^ J ' ^ the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high -o-J \ p^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant . to ^ : ^-; come down to the level of every day things. Without dou...

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