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

[?] a plague brinn^ coachman to taike the ' bf^Nwjrvi)6 r.: ? ^^ike the ^ ^h^|, ^ir ? ?' as^^^h© , nian cb^let^y ^ whji&li^plj^ mbney; ' ^rpin the , people in the pews,' the Dean explained. The Odacliinan seenled' to under stand ''what': was required of him, and consented. The offertory hymn began, and the coachman' started up on his new duties. Suddenly there was an unseemty. interruption, and he was observed to be engaged in angry altercation with two 'of the congregation, seated in a prominent part of the church.' The Dean per emptorily summoned him to the altar rails. . , ' What is it ? ' he asked in con- , sternation. 'Why,' said the coachman, ' there's two men in the back seats what won't pay.' ' - A little girl was asked to- write an essay about man. The following was her composition : — ' man is a funny animal. He has eyes to see Svith, hands to feel with, and is split up the middle, and walks on the split ends.' A Lancashire minister was recent ly visiting his paris...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic News. SYDNEY Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

Ifcle-|rabl?ic NeWs. ? . Q ? ? SYDNEY Tuesday. The Premier is making inquiries as to what labor will be required in the country for the coming harvest. The Melbourne Cup betting is N to 1 Abundance and Hantnrier, 10 to 1 Lord Cardigan. ; A little girl named Burton, re siding with her parents at the. Glebe, ;won the Golden Emu, valued at [£500, at the Eight Hour Art Union. j Employers in the tailoring trade have decided to abolish piece work I in favour of weekly wages. Owing to this decision all the tailoresses employed by a large firm in the city have gone out on strike. It is said that the Senate will re sist a straight-out vote at a free con ference between the two Houses re specting the Federal capital site. It is pointed out that more votes were given for Tumr.t in the House of Representatives than wore recorded for Bombala in both Houses. What the Government is expected to do is to propose that the suggestion made by Mr. D. M'L'an in the debate on the bill in the House of Repr...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Useful Hints. SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

P-^'^^m^^^^ =i.. ??' ..-. :???:? V.:;Si#Hii»^-v'-:'- ?.?????': ' ?' V. 7 .^ - dan£6ritoUo%r:SB^^ pup Water, and \ teaBpoonfnl cream of tartar in a a^c^nn^: JkAiJhe miktnr^-j^^idly.-'lunti^'whelri-i^ted, it forms the 'de^ee known as ^ soft ball;' '; Do not stir the liquid, as this will cause it to grain. Test it in this manner :-*-Hold the fingers in cold water with, a drop of the mixture between them. If it forms into a ball the fondant is ready. Re move at once from the fire, and allow it to become lukewarm. Now stir it until it becomes creamy., and be gins to harden oh top. Then remove the spoon and'knead with the hands using, a board and a little icing sugar to prevent the fondant from stijek : ing. .When it is sinooth and pliable it is ready. In the meantime Have prepared a a small quantity of any jelly preferred previously melted, and a little gelatine added to make it very firm. Roll out a piece of the fondant, place a layer of jelly on top, and either roll it up like a roll p...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAND UNITED LODGE OF ODDFELLOWS' SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 24 October 1903

GRAND UNITED LODGE OF ODDFELLOWS' SOCIAL. u A very pleasant social under the auspices of the members of the Grand United Order of Oddfellows, was held in the School of Arts on Thursday evening. The attendance, in 3pite of the treacherous weather conditions, was good, about 35 couple being present. The music was splendid Messrs. Malone and Gray, of Ballina, playing pianoforte and violin respectively. The Hall had been prettily decorated by Messrs. McLean, ,T. McDonogh, F. Shrubb, and L. Fletcher. The re freshments were in Mr. Everitt's unexcelled stj'le, for which he al ways deserves unlimited praise. The genial sociability of the Oddfellows is too well-known to need encomium, suffice it to say the affair passed off brilliantly. The ladies as usnal were charmingly attired, and all appeared to thoroughly enjoy them selves.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

M ATHLETIC SPORTS. . fg § * QUAIN'S £10 SHEFFIELD s ^i i ?§ ^ HANDICAP. | § % g J -S TO' BE RUN AT BYRON BAY ON \ . X 0 g|^v ~ KING'S BIRTHDAY, ^ x\ § mt \ v (November Oth). -v §\ \- *?%% £?£ . ?? [On the old Ground known as Kirk'sl x - w£ #* * :^- Programme. „ §.'** H $ '^ 1. Opening Handicap, of J 00yds. £ I N^C . * ^ M -$? '-*- : First Prize .£1 : Second ^ ^ m g X . Prize 10s; Entrance Is. .^ $^ |g KSL| '??* ~- Sll«k Kiice', 100yds. 1'nzo Ids. r ^ *#;v\i- ^ Entrance Is. S^ -C*# ** v H. Sheffield Handicap, of £10.100 J^- \ %^ ?#** . ^ yds. : First Prize £7 ; Second ^ $ #£ $$\Z n| Prize £2 : Third Prize £1 : ^ ^ 1$ 8$ * ;O Nominations Is. Acceptance 1 (i. ^ 5, -?'$# g v ^ 4. Throwing at Wicket. Prize Ifa. ^ ** .vitf^.^ Entrance Is. ^ ,-^r\ -# H^^'v- N ;''- Pole Guessing Competition. Prize. $ ^^ g. 4 10s. Entrance fid. O U $$. N ;-n\ C». Farewell Handicap, of £1 His. O^ X S. %* V\ ' First Prize £1 ;ls. : Second ^ £ £| '^A \i * '-? Prize /is. Entrance Is. ^ ^ &'£ #% ^\ ? % - ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

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Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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THE IMPERSONAL ELEMENT IN JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

THE IMPERSONAL ELEMENT IN JOURNALISM. (From the S.M. Herald) The following article, though it does not apply so much to country journalism as to city, is well-worthy of re-production :— 'The distinguish ing feature of what may be called the great tradition of British jour nalism is its impersonality, and it may be said with more than the usual measure of truth that the world knows little of those who do its best and most responsible work in that walk of life. Yet it is a class of work which, by its very na ture, exercises and must continue to exercise a deep and far reaching influence not only over the thoughts but the actions of the community in which it is discharged. For good or evil, it makes itself felt every day anil all day. It touches the life o*f the people at all points, and it is intimately interwoven with all that! men do or think in a manner that is more effective in that it is insensible. It is impossible to dissociate the daily newspaper from the daily life, or to sep...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

For headache, biliousness, sour stomach, constipation, and all liver and stomach complaints, there is nothing like Cav ANoruii's Liver Tonic. Sold at all stores.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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INDIAN JUGGLERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

INDIAN JVOOLER1 The Humanitatian is accountable for the following: — 'When in India I made the ac quaintance of a juggler, who tried to instruct me in his tricks. He said that it was all imaginary on the part of the spectators, as he simply willed that they should see those things. Yet I, in common with Western nations, was too anitnalised, sensual, and materialised, by flesh-eating and consumption of alcohol, to retain or accept any deep spiritual teaching. The most exciting performance that lip. fruvp. for mv amusement was the converting of a bamboo stick into a native servant, who waited at table and supplied our wants. After wards — in his absence— I . tried it, and to my surprise the same man was . before me asking for instructions. I directed him to fill the chatties in the veranda with water from the well in the compound. This he proceeded to do. When he had filled them all to over flowing I re quested him to stop He however, took no notice of me. and went cm ! steadily bring...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

Quain's Pier Hotel. B Y R 0 N B A Y* B^\««'IIO8if Ac«o)3iuio«l:ifinti. Itost Al«'s. WiiM's. and Spirits. Ucsl ofTiiblcs. Kvery AU--ufioi». i j 1 : »»:ii .31 |»I«* :«n -B !{il3J:u-l B€oo:mn. S]\|-cri-'iM-4-4l :m-l - :ii--(ul iirooitt. HoK'l \\ :icp--ii-'{|-- h:-'--Jn sell Ariivsils S-- Sr:a :m-l I'i:iiii. i ? ; ,4 S tliis Hotel is situ.itcd nciircM' to the I'ncilic Occilii tl)£i.n iinv other in Australia, it. is newlless to describe its Clifirins !! /I AS A SUMMER RESORT. ; 1). Ql ;AIX, PROPRIETOR, I 1 l'~ ? '~ ? ' ? ' ? ? ? ? ' '~ ? ' JVCarp and j-ing, (rl^NEUA I^STOllEKEKPEirs. 11Y RON 15AY. Byron Bay to the Frnnf _ (\1'I! New Siuc-I- u|' Sjirin.L; Drnpi'iy lias arrivcil. c-nnsisi ini.r of iliu l;it**sr. si-asdiialilc Dress Fahrii's ami Trim m i mi*'s, / a tVw li.p'sarc it iii li'i'itit'iit iitiifil : ? HOVLK'S I'li.'XTS an.l ZKI'IIVHS in i-linrii:iii-r -l.'sii:,is ami ai] sIkuI.-s. THK LATKST DHKSS MA'1'KKIAJ-S viz :— i \'ni!s. Sjiiial ( 'r-'j-!'ii. Krcix-li I )c|;iine-, I'liinn L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

DAIKYJMEN AM) F AIMII- KS !: The Berrima District Coy., : Harris Street, \ Sydney, j Is a Co-operative Coy ! Paid ;\O\ per cent. Bonus to Suppliers. l'.HJjf.i Highest Prices for all Produce ! Prompt, Returns. Cash in Bank ! Business! Nearly Quarter Million Annually ! Ask! for Particulars ! Send Consignments ! Share in Profits !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

* .. ♦ ♦ 1 CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. ! 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). H- W. Thompson, JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. MULIiUJIBIJtIBY. \ UCTIONS held and Properties for! -A. 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. NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factory, Lismore. rom m-noing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER, 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, MlfBWlLLlIMBA II . Sworn Valuator under Real Properly Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co. — MRS. — Marshall's Refreshment Rooms, Byron Bay, near Pier Hotel bar|e Dining § ©^ste* SAL...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

MEWS AND NOTES. The Svcl of St. Petersburg, is alarmed at Russia's position in the Far East, owing to Great Britain and the United States backing Japan. Though the Rnssian fleet is superior to Japan's, preparations are being made for the concentration of the Australian, Indian, and China squadron. The journal adds that this constitutes a threat to Russia, and even if Russia defeated Japan t.hpso Qnnndi'nns wmiirl lin til--l--- it\ surround the Russian fleet, reducing it to inaction, or compelling it to accept a battle at a disadvantage. Seven hundred and fifty Dowie ite.s, disappointed at the failure of the efforts to convert New York, have returned to Zion City, near Chicago. A number of cheques sent to the Rev. J. A. Dowie, purporting to be signed by prominent business men, have proved to be hoaxes. Mrs. Dowie and her son have left for England, and will proceed to Aus tralia to start a Zionist movement. They are taking a strong box con taining seven million dollars of securities, ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

Wm 'No, I am not going out in the evenings just now to anything but strictly informal affairs,' said the young man sadly. 'Why? Well, because at present I am not the possessor of a dress suit, and lack the wherewithal to purchase another. It happened this way. I had a friend a good fellow, who came to me one night and asked me if I would lend him my swallow-tail. I consented, but I told him I wanted the clothes back the next week, as I had a f nnc IIU11 IU ClUlCUU UIJDtJlt ' Well, to make a long story short the week went by, and not .a word from my friend and not a sign of my clothes. I had to miss my date, and was pretty mad, but .1 didn't say any thing. Another week went by, and still no word. Then. I decided to go and hunt him up and find out if he intended to keep my garments for ever. I called at his lodgings and rang the bell. His landlady eatne to the door. When I asked if my friend was in, she gave a start of astonishment and exclaimed, '? Why, didn't you know, he is dead an...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

BYRON BAY. R. All DSLE Y ' (I'VTK,1- 'KIMWOOD), whilo tlmnkin* 1,1s Cnatomor.H fortheir support in I -^vi/UJJUl, the piist Ix-gsto ilraw their attention to h fow I Q? 4 n vr-t Tvwm Redactions /7- otartlmg _!»_ GtroeeFv, £* Colonial Sugar Coy's J.A. Sugar, 14 - 701b Bag. #* I &* Colonial Sutrar Coy's. J.C. Sugar l.'ty- 701b Ba' ** I £g Currants— Fresh Fruit ? rJf\. peril). °* £?£ I ^ Kainins ? Gd. peril). 5$ I ! ^2 Salmon ? *,|. 22 I [ ? ** Tinned Fruits ? *,|. Jj I j! ^ Tinned Pine A]-plti ? -)-|. X# I t gg ;i*Hy Square* ? -H\. t.aeh M I f ^-* - Pickles—Onion, Piccalilli, and Mixed I'.d. per Bottle ££ I \ , %* ? Vim Pickles — ^forton'.s ? JOd. ftfr p* 1 i ti Hr* Cream of Tartar ? 1/- per II). JM $% I 5 H.* IH NVorceHrerSfiueeLay.s ? -Id. per Bottle HH ^ I | JJ ^Sl. Jams— Aunt Mary's & Taylor* ... 5d. per Tin /^ ^ I [ *«***#»*****#x*****x ? ******%******%%*%%** I | jj He.sr American VmvUA Wire ... 1'//- per Coil. %% I { JJ IR0XM0X0KHY ATLOWKST KATKS. ?# I j »; ^a I I ...

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Re PIER ACCIDENT. To the Editor of the Byron Bay Record [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

Re PJPJR ACCIDENT. To I lie Editor of the Byron Bay Record SIR. — Permit me through your valuable columns to say a few words re the above. It seems that some gentleman (?) wishes to make out it was a display of ' acrobatic feats ' on my part, and that I did not fall over the edge of the Pier at all but jumped off out of bravado, or something of the kind, I assert that those who hold this view labour un der a misapprehension, whether wil fully or not I cannot say, but the occurrance was caused through my foot catching in my dress, and as I was on the edge of the Pier I was precipitated over the side. This explanation will, I trust servo to show that the assertions made art are entirely without foundation. It was an accident pure and simple, and a painful one to me. Yours and etc., C. A. SOUTH. Byron Bay, Oct. 24th I'M).-}.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

In SHIER Goods 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, most 1 3* worn this Season. GRASS LAWNS, A lovely summer' fabric. Besides a large and unique range of New Prints. In newest colourings and patterns. LACKS. ! White, Cream, Ecru, Fawn -fc Twine. A New consignment of Summer Boots, AND Shoes,! A KFfifJIALITY Iff WHIT?; SlIOi:* Iff MA. SIZI3S. A visit will Pay you. | TO 1 Hawy Everitt's,: NEW STORE, SHIRLEY STREET, Hymn Bity.j JOIIff U\,A\V\. ~| Tin- Noted Seed and Produce j Merchant, Mo|esworth-St., ' MS .MO RE. — o — j C1MEAPEST and most reliable I Goods only Slocked. j \OKTii -;oa«t -:-»--- p. rov M-VIITKO. KLECrroX OK DIJiKCTOIiK. j ?VrOMIXATIO.VS for (lie al.ove will' ? J_\ be received to 17th November i VMi. '; W. H.CUFFORD. Sit. ; notice:' j ANY person or persons trespas-j sing on my Broken Head pro perties from the date hereof will bo prosr c uteri. GEORGE W. NICOLL....

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 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 and written on one side of the paper only.J

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

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Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th. Cavanlia . s.sf/T/5 t(»ns. Captain J. ll. Hunter; from Sydney. Passen^ei's 'Alesdanjcs: Mussel i and cliild. if.od«es. Gilison, Wool-1 dridge, ^Foore. Misses Aarons, O'Urien.' (lil)son. Moovc. Wlutbread, Asliliv. Rouke. Jones. IMossrs. Wooldrid-_'e. Feru'iison. Austin. Pratt, Williams, Holmes. Mast. James. ' FREIGHT. I _ 21)0 Tons caryo. l'- head cattle. I liorseJ Til sliee]). L'stial sundries. REPORT, Loft Sydney at 1U.1T- on tlie 'JTili and arriveil in Byron Bay at '.).:',-) a.m. on thcl'IHli. Called at tlie usual ports. Ex |)erienced fine weather. W'itli smootli sea. Bgrtm Bag %ttvvtf. HERE SHALL. THE PKEGS THE PKOPI-EZ' «IOKT« MAINTAIN, UNAWEO BY INFLUKNCB AND UNSftlSCP »V OAIN I HERE PATRIOT TftUTH HE ft Ot-QKIOUS PKKCCPT* DRAW, PLEDOEO TO RCLICION, L.OYALTV, AND LAW. SATCEDAY. OCTOHEE3). Wa.

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