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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

pRANCIS' Famous ? OOTWEAR, ) A. E. FRANCIS,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

|G[Feat j\f orfheni jHCotel, fM Siite ^ ! f C ) j) ^ uf111^ 0KKAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as ;i most J.£ - (V ^\ [ { — sfJi -« YY i conveniently situated, and well jnana.yed liostelry. Every attention ?*'?*?' ' |\v v3 ) V^_-^y/ || ^-' 'la^ 1)et'' given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^fj' io^__^/ czzfty/Jl -* ' 1^^ general ai-rangements of the hotel are. charming. The rooms are *?* \W^^__ yj\ %?% tastefully furnished. From tlie corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony -JJ \A\=' S (i ( »$ which is a veritable '? look out' commanding the most magnificent views ol' *,?. \\^\ 1 C ^ --. the .'Bay and surrounding country. After a -few moments in this high JS cJ '^ j ^ altitude, where all. is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to £Tj ?^ come down to the level of every day tilings. Without doubt the (neat W&} ^ Northern Hotel takes a high place amongst the hosteleries of the State, and £J ^-; the proprietor Mr. M. McLean, and his energe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

^^j^HaPBBB ^HUL ! Baker and Pastrycook, Molesworth Street, LISMOBE. | ft£HK^£^^H^^^^H^^|^^^^9L 'OHIDK Cakes. Hiitlnh.y Oakos, sent any distance. Hampers --f| ^l^-v^SWvfiHHM^tafil^HBI^H^HBlS1' mixul Goods packed to Order. All ( 'otit'ectionai-y made on |-i-e- ^^g|^|^^y V^^pHj^^HpnWi^ juiiscs from local Su^u- and Cmimery hutter. QFALITV UETTbin THANJ .^^RMHlHI ; '' ? -WWrt' ? 1H^-i ^^111^^^^^™ : 'l ? m ' ? 7 r;'^'^gf' ' ? s ' F'CJ1C' I I ^^^Bf ' :''!it''%fiS^^t i '?'?''? «?'?«'''''?? ! | IIAM-lill,l,S, , IOeiV4'l--|-«'s. ; ; -'«»n:ii[-'i'-'i:il Work -»f | all JiimK. KiihlHT Stamps. I i (JIVK VS A T1MAL. -. ! 8SSBS^HM|b^SJki'i ^9^BBBffB^^^MBf¥aF^BpvBMftK ? Booked. Sul).scri|)tioiis may lie (.-ommeiieed at any time. (live yoni HBfl^P rnH.,..^ ? -:___? ^?????|Q^gp^K IMCIVAI I I ?► VS VV AUVlltl ISIM; ^11 1)1111. i / ^y /r-^lr^fiMRSL2^\ ^«P^WBRW»-* Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis.Whooping Cough. Influenza, and! \r*s UTT^ i^nHBSSO\ ^ '''^WW/^'^ : all Chest and Lung Troubles. In Bottles a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

' ?-? . '. ' - . ? '? ' . ? ' ..-.??',? , ...?- - ? ? ' ' ? ? ? ? :-'; ''?'(?? ? . . ,.'.'.? .??'.'?'??.?? ? ? ??' ??'.'.? - ? „ ? * - ? ' ?. ,?*,'*- ? ? . . . . ? ' ? ? ? I^afe ''^W^iJroH-er,- .'iand ;; @enef es?; Storekeeper, ? j .????-??? ?' ' ..??- ' ? . ' ? ? ~ ? ? i ?''.???'? - ?? ?? . '??' ..??'?.?' ' ] : : '— BYBON BAY. — i ? ? . ;: ''-'? \ ? '' -? . ' ' i ! ?.?'?'?-..? ' . ' ' ? ' i X. --vlioi-r« and l'p-to-Dstt-' Sto«*k always on view,. ? DEAPEEY, MZ GROCERY, Mfa- BOOTS & SHLOES, &L CLOTHING, {M ^ HOSIERY, 1 IRONMONGERY, ^^ etc., etc. ^liiliiK'i-y and l-ivssmakiii^ D«-H4' u.t sliontcst ii4»fi--'. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. jlIi^ g^lpl jss ij jo-- Jo- « PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. ... Executes all orders in the above Trades with I Jest Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. fpanKs of all Descriptions.

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NOXIOUS WEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

NOXIOUS WEEDS. This matter was brought before Parliament by Mr. Meagher, on the 27th Oct., when he asked the Secret ary for Lands if the advisability of introducing a Noxious Weeds Bill would be considered at an early date. Mr. Crick replied that the matter had not been lost sight of but pres sure of business would not admit of its being dealt with this session. It is stated that certain strange weeds have been introduced with the Gov ernment seed-wheat and which may prove to be noxious weeds, on this being mentioned to Mr. Kidd he ad mitted that a great number of nox-j ious weeds were probably introduced j in the enormous quantities of chaff: which were imported last year.

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

JiPliilL' ?? . . ? ?. ? ? . .,-?? ? \ :? ? ?. A Sympathetic Employer :— Dear Old Gent : ' Aud.so that is. your employer going to the funeral- of one of his clerks ??' Young Clerk : -k Not a clerk but a distant relation of one of the clerks.' ' Iude.ed ! I am sure that is very thoughtful.' ' Yes, much too thoughtful. When ever any of us lose a relative and tell him about it he always goes to the funeral.' 'And do yon object to such kind ness of heart ?' 'It, isn't kindness of hea/;t, sir. He goes to make .sure that the funeral isn't an excuse for a -Uiy. off.' A Wheelbarrow for Company. — On a Bank Holiday recently a collier going up a street in \\rigan met another pitman dressed l.n bis holiday suit of blac;k cloth,, but push ing in front of him a,, heavy wh^el-t barrow. ''Hello, Jack,' said the first, wjiat are ta doing wi't barrow?.' ? I ' Well,' was the reply, ' I've l.ost t' dog, and my chum Rill's away, and a chap looks such a fool w.alking out by hissel'.' Donald Obeyed Orders...

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DAIRY & FARM. DANISH MILK METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

[?] DANISH MILK METHODS. In the report of the Minister for Agriculture for South Australia re cently to hand some interesting par ticulars are given in connection with a visit to Denmark, made by Mr. G. S. Thompson, Government dairy insfnn/itnn Af tVio +imo rtf TVTj' Thompson's visit to the Copenhagen Dairy Supply Company over 5000 gallons of milk were being received daily. In the distribution of this large quantity 68 horses were in constant use. The number of em ployees engaged by the company was 370, and 3~) farms supplied the milk. In connection with the work ing of this large concern every pre caution is taken by the company to comply with the rigid health laws of the country, and to fulfil the wishes of their many customers. All cows are periodically examined by veterinary surgeons, and reports sent by the officers to the secretary of the depot at the close of each visit. The veterinarians keep the company informed of the system of feeding and the quantities of food allotted t...

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Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

(?able J4eWs. London, Monday. Commandant Booth-Tucker, of the Salvation Army, swooned when ht- heard his wife had been killed in the railway accident at Missouri Colonel Holland, who was also re ported to have been killed, is still alive, although he is gravely injured. General Booth has issued an ad dress to the Salvation Army, lament ing 'the indescribable and irrepara ble calamity.' A infernal machine exploded in a church at Paris, but the damage effected was only slight, The clergy ascribe the outrage to the anti-cle - icalists. Colonel Holland, of the Salvation Army in America, who was injured in the railway accident which caused the death of Mrs. Booth Tucker, has since died. LONDON, Tuesday. An affray occured between a num ber of Russian and Japanese sailors in Korea. Ajnumber of men were injured on both sides. The violence of the plague in the Bombav .Presidency is increasing. The deaths now number about 14000 a week. A fire occurred in the Vatican. At the Pope's instance, I...

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How Mac Entered Heaven. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

How Iliac Entered Heaven. It was a wet, miserable day, following the opening of the Bazaar, and the Editor sat in his office chair, with his pocket book full of hieroglyphics beforehim. He was tired, and lower, and lower his head fell until, becoming oblivious to things about him, he was borne on the wings of a big knt.Moflv -fnr ?f'lf +./i i.hi- fi-itou nf Hom vph and with a printer's usual assurance he approached the keeper of the Gate and demanded admittance, St. Peter, for it was he who guarded the Gate hesitated, 'Surely,' said the Editor. ' you do not deny the usual courtesy to the Press.'' St. Peter did not, so extending his hand he welcomed him in. and bade him sit at the right hand of the portal and note those who endeavoured to enter. At St. Peter's side was a wonderful pair of scales, as ap plicants for celestial joys came they were weighed therein and unless they had many good deeds to shoot them into the seventh heaven, they were found wanting, and dis patched to a warm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

w —* ^ rf To liK iiKi.n ix Tin: SCHOOL OF ARTS. // ,/ ,// / / r/7 '

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Telegraphic News. SYDNEY Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

^Ie|raf)i7ic j^OAte. Sydney Wednesday. More coastal and highland show ers is Mr. Russel's forcast, unsettled along northern border, fine in the south-west; south to east winds. The cycling carnival was opened last night, when Lawson and Mc Farland, tha famous Americans pro ved invincible, winning nearly all the events they started in. The Freetrade Association has se lected Mr. J. P. Gray as the third candidate for the Senate. For the House of Representatives, Dr. Lid dell ror me Hunter, Black wood tor Riverina, Johnson for Lang, and Me Lean for the Hume, have been selected. The latter is considered to have a splendid chance of de feating Sir William Lyne. The remainder of the Ovalau's pas sengers arrived in the steamer Ysa bel this morning. Sydney, Thursday. A train fron Sydney when near St. Mary Station on Tuesday was seen to jump and almost leave the line. An investigation showed that three dozen spikes had been driven bet ween lilt! 1.1I1S. A Newcastle bricklayer drew Lord Cardi...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. There are 17,75-4 names on the roll ot: the Richmond-Federal Elec torate, and there are more to be added, as the list is not yet complete. We cannot urge too warmly upon those who have not already entered their names, the necessity of doing so without delay, as the elections are drawing near, and all those who have the welfare of this land of their birth or adoption at heart, will wish for some voice in the election oh those who hold our country's destiny in their hands. It is a position of vast responsibility, and it is for the people to show whether those who have hitherto held this position, have held it for the general good. See that you have a vote, and lose no time. Next Thursday the usual meeting of the Progress Association will U' held. Our Tennis players are practising assiduously, and beginning to hit tht- ball with a precision that will yet knock the eye out of a mosquito. It is a splendid game for light exer cise, especially for those who are kept indo...

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Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

j - 1iiii-Ii of'En$;land. Parish Ok Hvisox Hay. .Sunday. NovciiiIkt Sth l'.'O.'). Hilliiuiil,L.r*.'l, 11 a. in. Myouuiu. 2.3M. -Miilhimliiinby. 7. 3D. 'EDWIN .1. D0DD. . Igrxrn Bag %ttm*. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN ) HERE PATRIOT TROTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, nvALTY AND LAW. SATURDAY, NOVEMBEB 7, 11HI8.

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LIKE UNTO A STAR. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

LIKE UNTO ? ^ ? CHAPTER I. ^Y^HE sun was just sinking be-; 4^ . hind the trees : its ruddy Vi/ golden glow shone upon the windows of Weirne Pleas aunce, which flashed like jewels from their setting of old grey stone. It was the close of a lovely September day, and the weather had been as glorious as midsummer, without its excessive heat. All the afternoon Josline Val worth had wandered beneath the trees, laden with their burden of golden-brown fruit, singing, from the very fulness of her happiness, snatches of old songs, as she strolled about alone ; she revelled so deeply in her new delights. It was but three months since she had iirst tasted them, and before then she had only experienced a peaceful monotonous round of lessons, with vacations spent in the deserted school-house — was not the change beyond compare ? Here, the very buzz of the bees in the hive close by, the rustle of the leaves, seemed as music to her ears ; her eyes were never tired of gazing upon the beauty of her s...

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R. C. Church Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

EJ,£. £l?urci? Ba?aaf. The Bazaar was opened success fully on Thursday evening, Bishop Doyle being for some reason or other unavoidably absent, the Bazaar was declared open about 8 p.m., by Mr. Murdoch McLean. Mr. McLean made a happy little speech and said in the absence of Bishop Doyle, Father Casey had called upon the next best man (himself) in town to perform the pleasing ceremony or. ? opening the Bazaar. He considered! the Bazaar was for a laudable object, that of paying off the Church debt. He thought, that, as we were all one people under the British Empire, it was only right that all denomina-j tions should lend a hand to clear off their respective Church debts. He hoped he had made himself under stood, he believed a Scotchman was] allowed to talk until he was under-'! stood. Referring to the stalls he! commended their appearance and trusted the}' would be liberally pat ronised. He felt himself highly1 honoured at being selected to open the Bazaar, which he now declared duly...

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Waiting. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

09aifin|. '? Serene I fold my arms and wait, Nor care for wind, or tide, or sea ; I rave no more 'gainst time or fate, For lo! my own shall come to me. I stay my haste, I make delays, For what avails this eager pace? 1 stand amid the eternal ways, -ami wnat is mine snail Know my la.ce. The stars come nightly to the sky ? The tidal wave unto the sea ; Nor time, nor space, nor deep, nor high, Can keep my own away from me.' John Burroughs.

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McLEAN'S ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

MeLKAN'S ATHLKT1C Sl'OKTS. The second series of the above, sports were run of]; on the Great] Northern Ground lust Saturday, finei weather prevailed and a good atten-j dance nnde a successful meeting. \ The handicap ran off. in several heats; resulting as follows :— 1\ King 1.. J. South 2, J. Boyle II A Hurdle Race takes place to-day j on the Ground, which. should prove interesting to lovers of athletics.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

HEWS AND MOTES. Mr. GTeorge 'Wyndham, the Chief Secretary fo' Ireland, is preparing a bill for instituting one national uni versity for P.-otestants and Roman Catholics of Ireland. Education of Protestants and Roman Catholics ?will be in common, and there will i-e proper safeguards of the students religion. The university .will con sist of three constituents, self governing colleges, vie, Trinity College, Dublin, Queen's College, Bedfast, and the Catholic College, Stephen's Green. The last-named at the outset is to b^ controlled by laymen. The collections made in connec tion with the mission in New York conducted by the Rev. J. A. Dowie, and his followers, were insufficient to pay for the gas consumed at the meetings, and there were no con .vertr. Mr. Andrew D.nvie. of Adelaide, a brother of the Rev. John Alexan der Dowie, of Zion City, states that the allegations regarding Mr. Dow ie's^paternity, as cabled, were all news to him. His fat'iyr, John Murray Dowie, was married by the Re...

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Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

Quotations. ? 0 ? An Eastern urovi-rb : ' Xewr make known your wealth. your remedies, your luver. where one has hidden money, the good works one does, tin-.' insults one has received, or the debts one has contracted/' ' Too late for the rose the eveuiii' rain. I / w I J *J f i i tiit' f Ini J -- r t - I - t\ii, !.? 1 1 1 ? t i 1 1 1 1 1'f I ' ^ ~*.vv n* i w i v ? i till ill li | i.i uiu i^llV'l 'livi - i ? pain. Too late at the dour thu maiden's stroke. Too late the plea when the doom ha. been spOKe, Too late the balm when the hear! i- broke.'— Mary Hamilton. Pleasure is like a cordial ; a little of it is not injurious, but too much destroys. — Tulbol. This is true, pure philanthropy that buries not its gold in ostenta tious charity, but builds its hospital in the human heart. — Harlcv. Poetry is the breath and finer spirit of all knowledge : it is the im passioned expression which is the countenance of all science. — U'ords iwiih.

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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

Useful ^inis* \j . ?? ? ? To romove the smart from sun burn.— Pour boiling water over Eresli sage, and bathe the sunburn with the infusion. Freckles are caused by the light of the sun and not by high tempera ture. Some girls are very much more prone to them than others. Freckles are masses of pigment and originate in this wav : — There is a small amount of pigment in the skin of everybody, this pigment increases in quantity in a strong light ; more than this, the light gathers together the pigment into certain spots there by producing freckles. If you are a photographer you will have heard of 'actinic' rays. These are the rays that produce the photograph, and they likewise produce freckles. The photographer shields his plates in the dark room by red glass, and you can protect your face from frec kles by wearing a red veil, or using a red parasol. If your freckles are very numerous and dark, you can bleach them with peroxide of hydrogen. Apply a little of this duid to the spots. Spon...

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