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

09oman. ? 0 ? A woman is a funny thing: She starts with but a dime And shops all day. Yet strange to say She gets home every time. ion an not unuersrana now this Can be. Yet wait until Next month from every place she's been You get a whopping bill. Then, as you gnash your teeth, you will In agony exclaim: 'k A woman is funny thing, But gets there just the same.'J

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 — 31 October 1903

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Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry and Fiction. Homely Counsel. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

X / ?j-fom^ Counsel. ? r\ ? \j ? It isn't worth while to fret, dear, To walk as behind a hearse. No matter how vexing things may bu, They easily might be worse; And the time you spend complaining, And groaning about the load. Would better be given to going on, And pressing along the road. I've trodden the hills myself, dear— us tne tripping tongue can preach, But though silence is sometimes golden, child, As oft there is grace in speech Arid I see, from my higher level, ^ 'Tis less the path than the pace That wearies the back and dims the eye, And writes the lines on the face. There are vexing cares enough, dear, And to spare when all is told; And love must mourn its losses, And the cheek's soft bloom grow old; But the spell of the craven spirit Turns blessing into curse, While the bold heart meets the trouble That easily might be worse, ►-o smile at each distaste, dear, That will presently pass away. And believe a bright to-morrow r,Will follow the dark to-day. There's nothing gain...

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

ror.\f- i-kou \i:ii. R. B'l:n'ff. '?mj'!'-;4--(! on the lr.-.|-'-al,ov.- the Tw-.-l Hiv.-r brid w... (li.-cov«'i''d the body of a man M-'isfiui.' in Mi(# -tr'-am on Monday ?u'f/tiiu'j la-' '-'fly-! th ? A'.it'nciilc j 'J'h' rui'ii.-' v,;!.- r--eo vt'-'I. andaf the .inijiie-: v/hj'-h was held in th' affer 'loofj -f was d'-ri-!'d that th' man. ;::tr named John -'h;,ppe|| or Me Knrofh, a!id v/as a ha.-k''t-l:iak'er by read'. No ev i ? |--i »*-♦? was jc-oflucfd ;t, ( . . j . I., . . ' ' 1 1 , , r/i'ifi / / / i ' ffiffi f riii I ' 1 1 ' . . i ? *? I I * I ? « I I * * * ' *' ' ' ' *' ' ' ' !»iif it '.vas staled that h' had b'i-u . anipih'-' on '!)' bank. wh'r-- his ,-v. a',' v-.i,~ fwiiiid. H' v/as al/om |.'/ ?,.-,,:?- of a'_'--. Th' jury r'turii'da v.-i'li'! 't' l''oimd hrowii'-o'.'' 'Ji;. i\.-ci-ttrj-i\ is ou if' an 'id id'n ;i;v of i hi: portion o|' th' district. \i-\wj. known for tli' ;»;i.si To:--- \*-,-y-. il' was a yood viojinisr. and hus ,»la\«-d at S'V»-ni.l -m/ll .-ocjal., jn U\...

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

Animals al Their rE'oil--l. Animals, says M. Henri Coupin. the well-known French naturalist, were cer cainly the nrst to use soap, sponges an. I u-oili-br...-he-. 'From tinu iiii.ji-j,ii-mal.' fie continue*, ??animals have cleaned them selves, iisini( tiitiir tongues for brushes. riie;r sahva as soap, their lail.s as towel uid dusters. ' ant! their daws as comb.-. Moreover, many o; them take a cold i-atn vvhenover (hey nave an opportunity : 111 leeil. the apes »o so far as to uoveoii those union:.' them whoiio not lake pro; er ;are oi inj.r ttuAiui. ' Another sin,'iilar lact abo;it the a|.e- is that those union;,' them who have haim ?.ome oeard.s never phinyu them recklessly into a river orpou.i. Inn delicately sprnin le them with water. JJiitVon liau' a chim panzee who always rinsed Ins mouth alter .irnikni;,', aim J have heard or a lemaU or-iiiji-outan^ who was an adept in the u.-c ur a loothpicK.' A fly. alter it is decapit ated yenerallv spends .some second.-, in uriishni' its n...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RALPH'S MARRIAGE. (Continued.) CHAPTER IV., AND LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

11 RRliPH'S I MfflRRIflGE.' (Continued.) CHAPTER IV., and Last. f. S Elise lay before the open Cf\ window this evening, she ^ff held in her hand si letter : ftjA it was one she had received ''' t ^- some days ago from her hus band, but which she had not yet answered. As she. had slowly ad vanced to convalescence, the present state of tilings had become intoler able to him. The whole happiness of his life was at stake, and he feared to make one rash move. Gratitude, or a sense of duty, or some feeling might induce Elise to consent to his presence with her as her husband, if lie claimed it, but he was deter mined that her heart alone should decide the matter. He would leave her free. If she felt she could love him, or if she could willingly give him a chance of awakening love in her heart, she should make that de cision unbiassed by any claim of duty, or worldly appearances, or gratitude. He would have her love or nothing. He would not be mocked by a semblance of home, and the sweetne...

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

Items of Interest There were tremendous disturb ances lit Dr. Dowie's meetings. Half his followers are ill with colds, and Dowie declaies those not, be coming rapidly well will be con-i sidered lacking in faith. The others will be rewarded jis shining lights. Several wealthy New York converts have joined him. Piano-playing is found by a Ger man physician to be a common cause of nervous distafe, 000 .girls out of 1000 being affected among piano phr\ers uiider 42, and only 100 in 1000 among -non-player3. The music lessons should not begin before lb'. The Daily Telegraph announces that Messrs. Harlatid and Wolff, the great ship-building firm at Belfast, who use some .160,000 tons of iron and steel annually at their works, have signed a contract to draw all that they require from. the American Steel Trust. The battleships Prit.ce George and Hannibal, of the 'Channel Squadron, while manoeuvring -off Cajie Finis tnrre, with lights out, came into collision. The former was badly damaged, an...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

Men of the noblest dispositions think themselves happiest when others share their happiness with them. — ?Jeremy Taylor. Too much idleness. 1 have ob served, lills up man's time iniieli aiore completely, and leaves him less )is own master than any sort of em ployment whatsoever. — ttiuke. Never in your Uri'»\s ahoy ?tln'i- desert that taste which is general. Fiie world considers eccentricity in ^reat things genius ; in small things, tolly.— Lyltou. Nervous Employer: ??Thomas, I wish you wouldn't whistle at youi: work.1' Ollice-Boy : k( I ain't working, sir : I'm only just w.hisfclLn-;.'

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. SayH the Beacon : — ' The prenw corrospondcMjt from Byron liny '] alw.-jys religiously chronicle the fad '.\ that (with Hundry whoops) whenever g any of the Richmond River boats -| have to go to the Hay lor shelter. | Can they tell us why the MuIIumj- % himby storekeepers have theirgoods | brought from Sydney via the Rich- % inond River, instead of Byron Bay. | j bn t if the Mu 1 1 u m bi m by storekeepers | oave a gvievance in connectior, with | the Bay, other than local jealousy, ir i might,' it ventilated through flu- 1 pui)lic press, be done away with, for 1 the Bay is nearer than the Richmond 1 | River, and is the proper port of the 1 ^surrounding districts. TJje siil)ject § [needs further attention. I ! A communication from T. 'J'. Ewiug, Esq.. M.H.K.. informs \\- ithat he is emieavouriug to mak' |arrangeinents Avith tlie Federal Post ] Master General, Sir Phillip Fysh. to [have an inquiry made as to the jpossibility of utilizing the telegraph lines in the R...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

(Jable j^eWs. ? o ? London, Monday. Veteran Japanese Statesmen and Ministers have conferred at Tokio, discussing Mar(juis Ito's proposal, that Japan should not insist on Russia evacuating Manchuria, if the integrity of China ami Korea was respected. It is understood that the conference resolved to insist on the fulfilment of the Manchurian nl fid ires. Reports are. to hand that the secretary to the Japanese legation at Peking was prevented by the Russians from landing at Yonga inpho, where he was sent to report upon the conditions existing on the southern bank of! the Yalu River. It is believed at St. Petersburg that Admiral Alexiefl! favors war but the Czar and Count LainudrofI: prefers amicable arrangements not pre judicing Russian expansion. The Sard Yrcmxa says that Russia is able to light Japan with almost a certainty of success, at thesame time conducting a victorious campaign in India, while f'Jerinany and Austria protect Russia in Eurone. The Government badly beaten again. G...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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LAWN TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

LAWN TENNIS CLUB. The meeting for the purpose of re-constructing the above named Club was successfully held last Tuesday evening. Interest has been shown to the extent of fully HO members joining. The club has been in existence before as a strong club, but recently had become practically defunct, owing to a number of old members leaving the district, so a few tennis lovers decided it would bo well to endeavour to re-constrnct it, with the above successful result. At the meeting (Rev. K. .). Dock! in the chair) office bearers were chosen, and the fee for membership decided viz., ladies 2/0, gentlemen f-/-. That the practice day's be Thursday and Saturday of every week. The net, balls, and rackets to be kept at the Vicarage, as conveniently near, the Tennis Court being only a few yards away. Following are the names of the officers elected : — President Mr. R. Audslej' : Vice-Presidents' Messrs. E. J. Dodd, W. J. A. Bryce, M. McLean, D. Quain, and W. Brandon ; Secretary and Treasurer M...

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

BETTEB OPTS ? EAT YOU TO UY, ? ___ MOLESWOETH STREET, ?* LISMORE.

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

[A. E. FRANCIS,

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

??? ' ' ?=??'? ????:- ? ? ? ? ? ?' ?'??' rapeat ffiovih&m JKotel, 'BYRON BAY. jvSea Side Resort. j_ MCl£AAP$- .IL... BYROAI ? ' I ? ' fflA rwfl « I I *'^» \i*'Wp* \\ 5K« J ? —ZZ=^ ? ===== — ? =^^ -=^=~-y ^JH ? ?=-»? — &-* /? ' ~ \ m ~~ ? ? m if i ? ? it .. ?'.-?%' ( C) j) ' U. E GR1?AT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most ? -gK ^ ^N I ^-^^Ji y&& yy i conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention . ^ yv^--^ ) ^~—-/y/ ^ ^-^ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ \vvNL_^-//^ ' cr^v// ^- The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are kw \VvS^_ / d:\ ^ tastefully furnished. Fj'om the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony $'*: YVx^ '? 1/^ (f ( *-- which is a veritable ' look out' commanding the most magnificent views of '^ W^N. if' C ^ ^ the. Bay and surrounding country. After a few -moments in this high #£ cJ ' } Ij 0^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is ...

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

[?] tp It^i 'WXv¥Al' fTpl TOfr %'i 1!^ ^li . ' J ' J: ? Baker and Pastrycook, Molesworth Street, LISMORE. BlilDE Csikfs, Birthtlay Cakes, sent any distance. Hainn«rs of mixed Goods packed to Orclor. All Conliectiouai-y made on \)vv mises from local Suyar and Creamery butter. QUALITY BETTER THAN Sydney. Maunder, Welsby & C ? Licensed Plumber, Listnorc. ? Sgr Hot and Cold Water, and Gas-fitters. WHYTE & COULTER, Carpenters Joiners, Cabinet Makers, Picture Framing &c, French Polishing a Speciality. Plans and S[)ecifications Prepared. At the corner of Keen and Magellan Streets, Lismore. Cards, Prograiiiin--s. Circulars, L«'lt--r lleadiiijfs, !\ot-- Headings, ; j BILL If i:\DS. !IAM)I5ILLS, j;nv-»lo|-«'s, ConuiM'iu-ial Work of all kinds, Kitblioi* Stumps. GIVE US A TRIAL. WANTED Headers of the 'Byron Bay Record,' to note the subscription per year, if paid in advance, is 10s. posted, or 12s. Booked. Subscriptions may be commenced at an 3' time. Give your support to...

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Definition of "Nirvana." [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

Definition oi ^jVirvaiia/' This word literally means that which is 'blown out' or extin guished, from the Sanscrit ' nur ' out, and ' vaua *' blown ; says a reliable authority. According to Buddhis n, existence is a misery iind results from, attachment to life : this exist *nce may be extinguished by extinguishing desire : the ulti mate extinction of all desire, and, hence, deliverance from transmigra tion, being Nirvana. Nirvana is to the. Bruhmiiiiciil Hindoo. ik eteiMml happint'ss, which can only be at tained by the aljsorption of the human sou! into that cause whence it emanated, never to depart from it Ligam. It is a 1 requeue sight in India to see the Buddhist disciple sitting on a mat beneath the shade of: some spreading tre-c1., seeking the path to Nirvana ; he will sit for hours with closed eyes, in u sort of tr.ince, o.ideavounng to become, oblivious to all ai'.mnd him : his aim is to lose one iieeiing after another, until perfect apathy is attained, and he reaches a condi...

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

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

SADDLERY . * ESTABLISHMENT, J BYRON BAY. /jP\ Desires to inform the residents of Byron Bay, and the surrounding districts, ihat 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. It. ELBKA. Jim Wilson, i 'Builder and i'ontraetor. HAVING had a large experience, he is prepared to advise as to the . most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for all kinds of Buildings, Repairs to Buildings, Furniture, Joinery, LATTICE WOliK A SPECIALITY.! WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS Irs. J. Joyce, rUP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail. Evening News. Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin. Boomerang, Worlds News. isimsham: papers. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, Week. ' Tii;i,itoi km: papers. Leader and Saturday. &nd RVPOI...

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Gunning Disease in Cane. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

Gumming Disease in Cane. The following circular has been distributed by the colonial Sugar Co. among the Herbert River farmers: — i: As this is a form of disease which is likely at any time to make serious depredations in the cane fields in this district, I take the opportunity of giving you a word of warning about it. That. thf. -Mv«f-:i«fj i« oli-tuwK- woll established here there can be no doubt, as during the past two years, at different times during the crush ing, stalks or gummed cane have been picked out of the carrier. In some cases we have been able to lay our hand on the farms from which this cane came, and find they are from widely different localities, which goes to prove the disease is widespread, and already established we know very little about the cause or the remedy for this disease. All we have been able to ascertain with any degree of certainty is that gum is very easily spread by planting from gummed stock, and the greatest care should be taken to avoid this As so...

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

Baker Confectioner, and (aenefal -Storekeeper, ^ — J3YR0N BAY.— . A Choice a lid Iip-to-Dato Stock always on *'i«\v. M DRAPERY, mT GROCERY, Mfc- BOOTS & SHOES, ^L CLOTHING, ? ~ hosiery, 1 IRONMONGERY, ^_ - etc., etc. i!Iilliii«T.v and Dressmaking Done at shortest notice. Bread delivered all over the District at Ad. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... it) rou Kay. ... 1 I Kxe cutes all orders in the above Trades with Best 'Workmanship and! Quickest Despatch. fpanfe 'of all Descriptions.

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