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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. &. %. UDarrijam, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property J Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. 'T AND and General Commission Agent JLJ Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). H- W. Thompson, - JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. raULIiUftEBiniBY. A TJCTIONS held and Properties for u L\- Private Sale in all parts of the Big .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. a—a——— a—— —=— 5-s-— ——-h-—. ] NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — T/TTE will be prepared to receive Cream \ V at the new Factory, Lismore. com m*noinj? WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER, 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C EWIETG, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, M U K W 1 L L UMBAH. Sworn Valuator under lt--al Properly Act. \ Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., _ 1 — MRS. — Marshal...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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RALPH'S MARRIAGE. (Continued.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

ill KfliiPH'S 11 MflRRlflGE (Conliiiucd.) CHAPTER III. C\ \ E started. find some other y'Y living being besides himself ^'1 sought refuge in the cave, or ^ I ^ was it only his fancy ? He listened intently, and a faint, almost imperceptible sign of life reached him — a stir or mstle somewhere. Ralph cautiously fell; for his pistol, wnica he always carried with him on his rambles, and, finding it ready for use, laid it close to his hand, and struck a light. The match went out almost immediately, but its feeble, momentary glimmer showed him, at some little distance, a woman's form, crouched in an attitude of terror, upon the same shelf of rock as that upon which he himself sat. Transfixed with astonishment, Ralph was for a moment at a loss what to do ; then, thinking it best to reassure the woman, help her if she were hurt, he hastily struck another match, saying in a cheerful tone — ' Do not be at all alarmed. I hope I can be of some assistance to j on. I am mist-bound like yourself,'...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

BYRON BAY. R. ATI DSLE Y ' (LATEth- GU'[W0OD»- wlli!' «'»Mn« -»* Customer, f..r their .ipport in S '^ -»-'-«?-' -L 5 'he pant begs lo draw their attontii-!uo» few 4ovr^Tvw/v Reductions /7Y tartimg _js_ (^roeeFy, || Colonial Siifrar Coy's l.A. Sugar, 14'- 701b Ba«j. »* ll -A* Colonia.1 Suyar Coy's. l.C. Su-;ar I;]/- 701b Ba-' #* ' &2j Ci-r ants--- Fresh Fruit ... '... 5d. per ll-. ' '' M ! : fi g™1'™ ? 6d. peril). g j &j Salmon ? s,.l. ** | 1 ££ Tinned Fruits ? ,s(] #£ ' M Tinned Pine Apple ? «i(|' M j tt .Telly Squares ? odi each ' $& ! -:-? ^ Vu-klHS— Onion, Piccalilli, and Mixed (Id. per Bottle S§ i; ?*?*? WiT Pickles— Morton's ? ]-)-| #. *£ ; !; 25 HE* Cr-eam of Tartar ? 1/- per 1b. i|B S^ : '%« BR ^'M-CHSferSaucoLays ? 4d. per Bottle. #H %* i -J fn^L 'Jams— Aunt Mary 's -t Taylor's ... od. per Tin /R && -A '*&. ! ! JJ I.HSt American Barhed Wire ... .1 '//- per C)il. %3k \ *'-*. ' —^ i *i IKOXMOXftKKY AT L0W.KST HATKS ?* i DRAPERY g...

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Poetry and Fiction. The Time to Make Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

r- — — ? ? — ; ? — — ? —— ft ' q% Ipime to Make feoVe The time to make love to .1 woman, If you want her to listen, my lad, Is when she's a bit weary, And just a litole bit sad. Don,t try when she's flushed with successes And eager for action and strife, When she stands with her hand on the throttle Of the panting engine of life But wait till she's tasted of failure At the going down of the sun, When she finds that universe-changing Is not so easily done. When she faces her own limitations, Aud looks at them square in the eyes. And finds that she is only a woman With powers of moderate size. Alone in the twilight then seek her, And tell her, with tenderest smile, That worrying over vexed questions Is far from being worth while Such things without doubt are most proper For spinsters whose charms are but few, But what she, divinely, was made for Was just to be loved by you. She will change a career for caresses, Nor find the alternative bad. If you woo her when she is weary And just a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

In SOHHER Goads ? 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 ami patterns. LACES. White, Cream, Ecru, Fawn & Twine. A New consignment of Summer Boots, AND Shoes, A SPIWIAMTV I.\ WHITE SHOES IX A ILL SIZES. A visit will Pay you. TO Harpy Everitt's, NEW STORE, SHIRLEY STREET, Byron Bay. spoils, — ON — Saturday, October 31st, AT 2 O'CLOCK. ? o ? 3N Jl/HW * GREAT NORTHERN GROUNDS, M Lean s _^i^_ 100 yds. Handicap. handicap, £5 ; First Prize £3 10s :Second Prize £1 : Third prize 10s Nominations Is. Close with the Undersigned on Thursday. Night 29th inst. Ae :eptances on Ground (id. ! 100 Yds. Hurdle Race, ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7th 11)08. rlurdle Race, First Prize £2 2s. : Second Prize 13s. Third Prize f-$. Over 4 Hurdles )$ ft. (J inches. Nom...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

NEWS AND NOTES. In consequence of the extreme cordiality with which the King of Italy and his Queen have been re ceived in Paris, an enthusiastic Francophile. demonstration took place in Home. A. crowd of 5000 people walked in procession to the front of the French Embassy in the Palazzo Farnese. It is significant rather of war than peace that the Japanese students in Europe have been recalled. Russian military officers have been refused leave to proceed abroad. And it is reported at Berlin on the loth inst., that the Czar telegraphed to Admiral Alexiell', the Russian Viceroy in the Wav East, giving him full power to maintain his present prestige by force of arms if necessary. This ma}- almost be regarded as an ulti matum. But the course of events in Manchuria and Korea has, it is said, caused no excitement in Japan. j the people are. confident in their i Governments ability to maintain ! their prestige and its policy. A constantly increasing evil in France is the drinking of kerosen...

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

Ciiin-rSi) «r5;?ijiland. Parish Of Bvkox Bay. Sunday. Gvtober 2.')th VM\. Byron' Bay. S a.m. (H.C.) Bungalow. 1 1 a.m. Brooklet. 2. MO p.m. Byron Bay. 7.;)!- p.m. EDWIN -J. 1)01)]). Bgron Bag Becartr. MAINTAIN, UN AW ED BY INFLUENCE ANDUNBRI8EDBY CAIN; HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATURDAY, OCTOBERS. liM-5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

#* N ATHLETIC SPORTS. M || 3 QUAIN'S £10 SHEFFIELD s* ^ § | ^ HANDICAP. | 5 | W, X ^s TO BE RUN AT BYRON BAY OX \ \M U^ ^ KING'S BIRTHDAY, ^N \ Wk m\ v (November ilth). x$\ \|N1 iS \s I [On the old Ground known as Kirk's] ^ \ W; M I ?5 Programme. ^ g $& ^ ^N 1. Opening Handicap, of 100yds. £1 \\Q. ^^ M -4 os. : First Prize £1 : Second ^v v^ %% %% \ . Prize 10s. Entrance Is. ^ $^ *£ M_% , V 2. Suck Race, 100yds. Prize Ms. ' c §* #$0^ ^ Entrance Is. v~ v^o-';# %*j- v :?{. Sheffield Handicap, of £10. 100 ^ '$'*-#% #% . ^ yds. : First Prize .-fc'7 ; Second f\ ^ ## $£\S \| Prize £2 ; Third Prize £1 : $ * *$ 6$ ^ -^v Nominations Is. Acceptance J I! A v -## .*.* ^ ? -? -1. Throwing at Wicket. Prize 1')s. '^ *# .^-C. ..-- Jiiii trance Is. ^ ?&# l-^^^j V ~-. Pole. Guessing Competition. Prize ^ !v ?'#'£ §V J 1(te- ^trance lid. N ^ *§ %^ CS\ -5. Farewell Handicap, of £1. Ids. ^. X %% ^ VX -' First Pi-ize £1 5s. : Second ^ ^ ^ ?*?*? \i '' '* Prize os. Entrance Is. v ^ ^-4 *'* n:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

r 1%ETT:ER ?JOOTS ? ? ?EAT YOU TO ?PUY; ? MOLESWOBTH STREET, ~ LISMORE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

FRANCIS' AMOUS OOTWEAR, A. E.FRANCIS,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

Gfreat JNTorthcFii j^Cotel, ;j ? . ? ? ?-. ?-' /_ BYE :G'::N.'/;B:A;':Y.;;:' ?;?'? :::;, : '^r .. . ; : ; jrSea Side lteort.j_ i ..--?? ? i ? . ? ; ? I /Ac Lean's h Hotel* byroai \ y$k —? — ? ? ? ^^ #?& i i ( CJ Si $% ^ r HE GREAT NORTHERN HOTPJL, has always been noted as a most g ^^V ! V^''SW ^ if / conveni6ntly situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention k& \\\vl ! ^*~~~^~S/l ^ ^- nas '3een given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. -^ \ Vx^3 I cs^yjl &£ t The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are ^ W^\ i / n \ ^ tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony -'^ ^J ' ^v /^ u K ^ which is a veritable ' look out ' commanding the most magnificent views of '^ ^ && the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high aa p|| altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^ i ^ come down to the level of every day things. Without doubt t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

[?] Baker and Pastrycbok, Molesworth Street, LISMORE. BRIDE Cakes, Birthday Cakes, sent any distance. Hampers of mixed Goods packed to Order. All Confectionary made on pre mises from local Sugar and Creamery butter. Quality BETTER THAN Sydney. Maunder, Welsby & C I ? Licensed Plumber, Lismorc. ? ^fJ Hot and Cold Water, and Gas-fitters. WE YTE &75OITLTEE , ! Carpenters Joiners, Cabinet Makers, Picture Framing &c, French Polishing a Speciality. J Plans and Specifications Prepared. At. the corner of Keen and Magellan Streets, Lismore. Cards, Programmes, Circulars. Letter Heading, Aot-- Headings, IS I I, I, II C A I- S . HANDBILL^ 1 JGnvelopcs, H -'--iiiin-'r-'ial A*roi'li of 'S all kinds, \ ? Kiil»l-cr Stamps. j ;H GIVE US A TRIAL. ? TT J ANTED Headers of the 'Byron Bay Record,' to note the W subscription per year, if paid in advance, is l()s. posted, or J2s. Booked. Subscriptions may be commenced at any time. Give your support to the local paper. UNRIVALLED AS ...

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BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The postponed meeting of the above named Association was held in the School of Arts on the loth inst. There were present Messrs. J. E. Glasgow (President in the chair), D. Jarman (Vice-President), 0. B. Wareham (Hon. Sec), D. . Quain, Marr, G. J. Balzer, T. King, W. B. Jackson, and A. C. Burgess. The minutes of the Annual Meet ing were read and confirmed on the ' motion of Mr. Baize r, seconded by Mr. Jarman. ' CORRESPONDENCE. OUTWARDS. ? To the Road Super intendent, Murwillumbah, asking him to use any balance available to I the best advantage on the improve- '- ment of the Lighthouse Road, and pointing out its very bad condition. ? To R. D. Meagher, Esq. M.L.A., - conveying the following resolution carried at last meeting of the Assocr- ?? ation : — i '? That the sccaetary write the Deputy Postmaster General, through the Mem- : ber, pointing out the inconvenience of the present postal arrangements between Bangalow and Byron Bay, and between the latte...

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A Bit of Beauty on the Faran, [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

A Bit of Beauty on the Faivai, ? . Q ? ? Naturally, when the spring days come, the farmer has the garden dug over, and helps with the planting of the potatoes and vegetables. Some times he may do it grudgingly, de claring that the time spent there were better put to the more impor tant fields; but he knows it is to his interest, and so it must be done. Profit may come from the larger crops ; the garden is the great source of food supply for the coming sum mer and fall. But the bit of lawn, or yard, or tiny flower garden! That's another matter. There is no time to be wasted on something that is of no material good. Why not give a little help when time, is not so important? There are days in late winter and early spring, be fore the real work of the season has be gun, when a few hours may be spent in clearing away the winters debris from the yard, spading up a bit of earth for a flower bed, or any of the other odd jobs that the women would find a help when later they begin to plan for...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

BRIEF MENTION. ? w In the Narrabri district wheat crops are 6ft. high. At Yass stock have been turned into the crops to eat them down, being too forward. The Not them Star states that the s.s. Bamornie on her last week's trip took the largest cargo of butter that ever left Lismore in one vessel. This comprised 1182 boxes, or over 2'Jh tons. About 15 tons of this was from the Byron Bay Co-operative Coy. Swine fever has been discovered on a farm at Ulmarra (Clarence River), Mr. Sabine, the Inspector of Stock, and Mr. M'Eacharn, Government veterinary surgeon, both visited the farm, and ordered the destruction of 70 pigs. The Coraki Co-operative Creamery Company, are about to purchase a steamer to run cream and passengers from Broadwater to Coraki. In a lecture delivered at Blayney; Mr. Clement L. Wragge stated there would be phenomenal seasons for the next few years, but he expected another drought in 1911. He strong ly urged irrigation and the conser vation of water during the years o...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Cable News. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

Fable MeWs. London, Tuesday. King Victor Emmanuel III. of Italy and Queen Helena arrived at Paris on the 1-4 th inst., and were ac corded a magnificent popular wel come. Their Majesties are staying at the Foreign Office (Qual d'Orsay). A State banquet was given by Presi dent Loubet at the Elysee at night in honour of the visit of their Majes ties. The illuminations in the streets of the city in honour of their presence drew such crowds of peo ple that all vehicle traffic was stop ped. Some boys discovered, in a planta tion in Richmond Park, a woman's headless body, apparently gnawed by rats, and it has been identified by medals of the Ambulance Cross bearing Miss Hickman,s name. She had been dead upwards of a month. A silver watch and chain were found on the body. Cardinal Merry Del Val has been appointed Pontifical Secretary of State. President Loubet has promised to visit Rome. The Russian ambassador at Wash ington says that Japan has decided against war over Manchuria and Korea. ...

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DAIRY & FARM. CREAM FROM HAND SEPARATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

ID^IRV 8c F7ERJVI. CREAM FROllI HAND SEPARATORS. Butter makers are complaining of the cream delivered them by farmers who own hand separators. They claim they cannot make as good butter from this cream as from cream they separate at the factory (says the 'Dairy and Creamery'). The singular or remarkable thing about the matter is there is not a valid objection raised but what the farmer can remove if he has the mind to, and he should, for the poorer quality of the butter turned out means to him the loss of money. The butter-maker,s complaints that are reasonable may be summed up as follows : — Farmers will not keep their sep arators and milking utensils clean. They may appear clean, but they are not sterile. Bacteria exist here, and the milk and cream suffer. Carelessness in cooling the cream causes trouble. Unless the cream is properly cooled, bacteria multiply, and latic acid is liable to appear, and also other undesirable things, such as the putrefactive and gas-developing ferment...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

weekly market report. The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Company report under date October loth. Butter— We havj little to add to our special butter re port of the 13th inst. Absolutely unsupported we failed fo maintain lOd single handed, and prices re ceeded a half-penny all round; choicest, creamery D-kl, good !idl Bacon—Scarce with' an upward tendency : sides -Ji(| to |)R hams lid to 11R middles lld'to ] 1 M Honey— 3d to 3R Lard— Small bladders 5d to (id, bulk 4d to 4J,d. Cheese — Matured kinds selling well new and spongy sorts plentiful with dragging sales : best loaf 7^-d to 7£-! second quality l^d to 7d. Eggs Meeting with good inquiry ;°New laid lid, northern and southern Ql to KIR Poultry— Turkey cocks 10s to log, hens 7s to Ns, geese (is to 7s, ducks 3s -id to 5.s, fowls 3.s (!d to 5s.

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McLEAN'S ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

McLEAN'S ATHLKTK1 SPORTS. ? .. j ? . ? . The first of the monthly Athletic, Sports, instituted by Mr. McLean,; ? to take place on the Great Northern; (ri-oiinds, eventuate. I last Saturday.1 There was a good crowd present, who. took a lively interest in the handicap1 rare which was run on in several! heats. Mr. McLean acted as .starter,} and K't the contestants offiugoodj styled Messrs. Co.ste.llo Bros., acted as; indues, and Mr. El bra as referee. Mr.; McLean hopes by moans of regular; sporting events to irousu a genuine; interest in athletic s in the youth of: -he district. The winners of the} final heat of the handicap was G. I'.rookiel, Bert Miller 2, F. Iuskip ;i. Tlu.' next handicap is dated for the 'MA inst. I

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL I Tennis-players should note adver I n'si'tiient. callini;1 a nn-cting for jTuesday evening. I A Mr. Haves is announcing hiui isell' through a portion of tin- distrk-i i Press, as a candidate foi- the Tweed seat in opposition to Mr. Mciigher. Wt- don't know him. and in* evidently doesn't, know us. as his announcement has not re;i:;ln.'d this ollice. Howevi-i*. he is said to In- a Sydney solicitor and wili stand in the inter:'s;s ol; the Opposition, against tne ( loven.nit'ii:. The site chosen for the new school, out ;it ('ooper's .Shoot, is situated on Mr. F. A.msirong's land, a.iid it is hoped mat tl:«- txiilding will shortly lie rihi np. King's I'.irthday is drawing near, and. yiven King's weather. :i very Jolly day may be looked forward to. '1'h'1 Byron B.iy 'programmi.1 is good, what with Excursion Trains. Ojiain's Sports, a Churdi B.iX.aar. and Ball. The sports ai-c an annual event, and gained a great name and nindi pat ronage in the late Mr. KirJcs rime, and ...

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