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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

BRIEF MENTION. The new lighthouse at Norah Head, between Broken Bay and New castle, was opened on Monday night. At a meeting of farmers and settlers at Junee, it was decided to pa}' field hands during the harvest (is per clay, machinery drivers 7s. and stack builders -Ss. Victor Trumper and S. E. Gregory put 100 runs together in half an hour in Sydney on Monday. Trr.m per's score of Gl included nine 4's itnd a f-. Gregory compiled his 97 in an hour and !j;l minutes. An inquiry was last week com menced at Longreach, Queensland, into the cause of the death of the girl Grace Robertson M'Donalr.l, the daughter of Angus lion aid McDonald, of Urndah selection. Only M'Donald, who was in the witness box for over four hours, and his wifo had been examined when the enquiry was ad journed. The evidence showed that the girl was a mass of sores. She had her right wrist broken, and the 'Viii.l nrit jyiwil i.iu 1 ll£4 LIU UI.I Jill I lie flesh. No medical evidence was given. Both parents deny any ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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A Death Battle with a Devil Fish. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

ADeathBattle with a Devil Fish. Science Si/tings is responsible for the following sensational narrative : ' A fishing smack named the Vi vid was recently taking her nets in after a long day's work, when sud denly out of the depth emerged a bewildering array 'of tentacles, twist ing and crawling alt over the v.esseJ. They fastened on the bulwarks and squirmed inboard. They felt their way around the masts and up the flattened sails. All the while the ponderous beak of this demon thing of the deep was pounding at the ship, eager to sink it. 'Hard a port,' shouted the cap tain, trying to free his boat and get away on the freshening breeze. But ,e was too late. The giant devil sh had the Vivid safely enfolded in its half a hundred tentacles. It would not be budged. The Vivid lay on the tumbling sea like a dead thing with the octopus madly trying to drag it down into the depths. 'Knives and axes, there, tairly. screamed the -captain to the men, who stood stupefied on deck. As if to meet t...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Telegraphic News. Sydney, Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

fpde|raf)l7ic J4^Ws. — . \- . — Sydney, Mondav. The strike in the Chinese furni ture trade at Melbourne, culminated in a serious disturbance in Little Bourke-street on Saturday night, when -A 7 Celestials, who had been engaged in Sydney, were attacked hv thf lrw.il st-i'iU-oi'c: with l.-n n r-l.-l u_ '? ».??-.. ? ?. ' v- ? * ? a.-vi*i»i~*i.T ?- 11,11 till II V'll | V^ dusters and other weapons, several being badly injured. The police had the greatest difficulty in restoring order. Several arrests were made. Two of the victims arc in the hospital. Monday, Night. Another light took place in Little Collins street to-day, when the local Chinese Cabinet makers attacked several of the Sydney men with knives, tomahawks, and hammers. The trouble was eventually quelled by the police. Several of tlie Celes tials were badly injured. Five ar rests were made. SYDNEY Wednesday. A terrible tragedy has occured at Picton Valley, near Meszies, W.A. An Afghan ran amuck and shot three of his countrymen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

}{. Everitt, Bafter Confectioner, and (general giforeReeper, — BYRON BAY. — A Clioi«'-- and I |t-lo-I-at-- Stock always on vi--\%'. f DRAPERY, GROCERY, BOOTS & SHOES, CLOTHING, HOSIERY, IRONMONGERY, etc., etc. .llilliiifiy and Dressmaking E)on«' at shortest tiotire. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Ijoaf. PLUMBER AND CALVANiSED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. ... I ?C ? ? «??????— —?——— | Kxecutes ;ill orders in the above Trades with Best Workmanship and Quickest Despatch. j i (panfts of all Descriptions. j . ? -~ | i

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LIKE UNTO STAR. (Continued.) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

LXKE_UNTO (Continual.) CHAPTER II. ES it is ii pretty place.1'! §' Prftty — i« thsir' all you' have to say of it ?' WT' ' Do you want me to rave, Brierley— swear 1 never saw! .such a spot before — eulogise the! lawn, the trees, the lake? 1 am} sorry I cannot, but that is not in mv line.' * | u Yet there are few people who! would not envy yon the possession'! of such an estate as Weirne Pleas-! an nee,' said Mr. Brierley slowly. -'n -i. in. xirmisteaa nodded ah sently. He was standing by the window of ' Madam's Room',' his eyes fixed upon the lawn and grounds lie had enumerated ; but his thoughts were far away. He was a perfect specimen of a well-bred Englishman ; .from the cold, rather supercilious glance of his handsome gray eyes to his well-cut nose, mouth, and chin, there was scarcely a blem ish in the manly beauty ol! his face. The contour was perfect, the skin fair and healthy, his hair and moustache the rich .cmlrlm-i-hi-num shade purely English. His figure was in keeping with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

I Quaiu's Pier j^oteL B Y K 0 N B A Y | | Excolh'iit ArcoitiiiUMlatiou. I5«'St Ales, VTiiM's, and Spirits. B5«*st of Tables. l]\--i- Attention. i i — ? ? . . . . . . _, _. .... ... i i S:i C!f-l4' ami Billiard Btooius. i:x|M'ri-'ii--'-l and Careful C«rooiit. Hotel Wagonette ccieets all Arrivals by Sea an«l Train. VS this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean thun ;mv other in Australia, it is needless to describe it.-: Chiinns | AS A SUMMER RESORT. | 1). QUAIX, .PROPRIETOR. i i I JVCaFF and J-mg, \ GEXKPvAL S'roREKEEPEirs. HYRON BAY. Byron Bay to the Front _ (vl'li New Slock ii| Spring Driipery has arrived, consisting of the latest, seasonable I),-ess Fii.l»rirs and Ti'i in n i i titrs, / a few li.ies are iindei'ineiilifined : ? j HOYLK'K 1'WINTS and ZEl'HYHS in ehaiinin.y designs and all shades. TIIK I.A'I'KST DKKSS .MATKMIALS viz : ? ^ . i Voils. Spiral C'n-pi-»n. Frem-li Delaines. I'liioii l.inen. Fancy Floral ^luslins. Fancy Spot and Bordered Muslins, etc.. etc.. As vari...

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Poetry and Friction. Laus Mortis. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

\ /_ _ \ Isaus Mortis. Nay, why should I fear Death, Who gives us life, and in exchange takes breath ? He is like cordial Spring, That lifts above the soil each buried thing; The lordliest of all tilings !— Life lends us only feet, Death gives us wings. 0 all ye frightened folk, Whether ye wear a crown or bear a yoke, What daybreak need you fear ?— The Love will rule you there that guides 3'ou here. Where Life, the sower stands, Scattering the ages from his swinging hands, Thou waitest, Reaper lone, Until the multitudinous grain hath grown. Scythe-bearer, when thy blade Harvests my flesh, let me be unafraid. God's husbandman tliou art. Tn His unwithcring sheaves 0 bind my heart. - -Fred L. Knowles, in 'Harper's Magazine.' ! i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. I AND and General Commission Agent. J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For tlie United Insurance Coy. (Fire). R. W. Thompson/ ? JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. UILLLUITIBIITIB V. A UCTIONS held and Properties for r i r'vate Sille in -ill i-«rts of the Bi-r /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. — ^^^^M''''^ '' '' ' '?l'jj^g[w?_lgJi!_hrJS!!!ig! NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. L MM TED. — NOTICE. — j A'\rE wil1 l)e P^'Pared to receive Cream* V - at the new Factory, Lismore. com m-ncing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM-! HER, 1902. ! W.H.CLIFFORD, Secretary, j ? i R. C. -SWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, Si U I« W I 3. I, V iTj K A 10 . Sworn Valuator ogmicir g£-»;t,« Properly Act. j Agent for New Zealand insurance O...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

Items of Interest. The Rev. Fathin- Bridge, of Parra matta, north, was brutally assaulted by a man in a railway carriage.' while travelling from Parramatta to Sydney. On the rev. gentleman being taken away the. man quieted down a lot, but informed the passen gers that he had been waiting for that opportunity for years. He next commenced to sing Onward Christian Soldiers/1 and asked the passengers to join in. On arrival, of the train at Rookwood the. man was taken into custody, and was later in the day removed to Parramatta Lock up. He gave his name us Mackenzie, but he is well-known under another name in Parramatta North. Mr. Want, K. C, confirms the re port that Henry liose, a miner at llerberlon, Queensland, is entitled to in estate in England valued at about three millions sterling, but Rose- de clines to take any steps to alter his present mode of life. Hose, who is ?SO years of age, says that he does II'M. Wlllll 11H. I. V.. \V I -.'! i lilll! I I l^ UC\lil'l life to be trouble...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

BYRON BAY. EA TT ROT TPV (LATE L. GRIMWOOD), while thanking his Customers for iheir support in ? J7JL. vJ JL/O_LJ_l.]j JL ^ the past begs to draw their attention to a few Startling .^ Grocery, -H Colonial Sugar Coy's l.A. Sugar, I-i- 701b Bag. ^ *^ Colonial Sugar Coy's. l.C. Sugar 11)/- 701b Bag. *?-* ;Sw Currants — Fresh Fruit ? od. peril). #?# £g Raisins ? 6.1. per 1b. m *.#. Salmon ? -Sd. ## ^ Tinned Fruits ? tSd. ^ ;&# Tinned Pine Apple ? (.»d. -^ V-^ ? Jelly Squares ? fnl. each #-# J;^ Pickles- Onion, Piccalilli, and Mixnil Hd. per Bottle -*# -* jj^ Pickles — Morton's ? 10d. J^t £* ® Wr** Cream of Tartar ? 1/- per Hi. JM J^ ?-*. Wmk Worcester Sauce Lays ? 4d. per Bottle. jBB ^ *-r /^ffl. Jams — Aunt Mary's it Taylor's ... /id. per Tin. JjH^ %% ^ *^ 'i'*f Best American B;irbe-l Wire ... Lr/j- per Coil. ^ --S IRONMONGERY AT LOWEST RATES. %$ DRAPERY ^''Sw Pf''fs- Summer g-iods just landed. - - - CROCKERY feS'Lamps. and Ornaments just opened. - - - FIIRNJTIIRF C^fS'ipplied ...

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Unhappy Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

Unhappy Marriages. I have no idea of tackling this subject' in its multitudinous bearings at present (writes Gordon Staples, M.D., lt.N., in the North Ihilish Ad vertise*). It is a thousand-headed hydra. It only just occurs to me to say that girls of the present clay are seldom, if fWP.r. t.nnnnrl in hwrrnini-* good wives to men who are their own equals in society. They are not, like Scotch lasses, Danes, and Norwegians, taught how to conduct or be mistress of a small household. Knglish girls ought to be taught how to cook, how to sew, mend, or darn. Cooking and dressmaking are most essential to their own and husband's welfare after marriage. Even if they are wealthy enough to keep a cook and servant, and employ dressmakers, they should be taught »niu- m uini t.;fU nt:r i,fi-;iis now to; manage and superintend their ser-j vants and household with gentleness! Inn; firmness. The mischief of it, is; that girls imagine they are going to! marry someone, far above their own I rank. Their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

Neil SINNER Goods ? IN ? Drapery, IN THE FOLLOWING LINES. Fancy Muslin's, Black and White Muslins, in I Spot and Floral Designs. Also Linens in White and Coloured, All shades, mostly worn this Season. j GRASS LAWNS, ! A lovely summer fabric. Besides a large and unique range of New Prints. In newest colourings and patterns. LACE'S. White, Cream, Ecru, Fawn & Twine.! A New consignment of Summer Boots, AND ' Shoes, A SPECIALITY IHf WHITE ! SHOES IN A 1,1. SIZES. i A visit will Pay you. TO j Hawy Evepitt's.i NEW STORE, ! SHIRLEY STREET, Byron Bay. .lOIIIY CLANCY. ! ___ I The Noted Seed and Produce Merchant, Molesworth-St. LISMORE. C~* HE A PEST and most reliable J Goods only Stocked. j rTTi.-n --eg:.-..;.; .^:,i- -ir ''— iT*-ggusg3aaa.- ! NORTH COAST C«-OP. -JOY. ! LII?IITEJ-. ! ELECTION OF DIRECTORS. 'VTOMIXATIOXS for tl.o nbov: will _LM bu received to 17th November I'M',. W. H. CLIFFORD. Sec. ^DRESSMAKER, BYRON BAY. ^SATISFACTION -%*?-%. gg -%.?-%. GUARANTEED Sports ! Sports !...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

SADDLERY & ESTABLISHMENT, jf BYRON BAY. JlT\\ ? n- .^...L.^-i-^^. — . i Desires to inform (lie residents of Byron Bay, and the surrounding districts, that he is now making preparations to opijn an Up-to-date, I Saddlery Establishment, adjoining W. Klbra's Backsmilhingand Coach Factory. Where lie hopes by strict attention to business ro merit a share of pn!)lic patronage. W. .1. B. ELKESA. ^35j3tId-T ami i'tnanK'Hn: HAVING had a large experience, In- is prepared to advise ;is to the most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for ill kinds of Buildings, Repairs to Buildings, Furniture. Joinery, LATTICE WORK A SPECIALITY'. WE Li L, _SEAS_ON_E D J-'IMBg R ALWAYS^N HAN_D_ PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS « I'l'-TO-DATK N'KWS r'ACKXCY AND FANCY CGODSJMPOmUM. SVE-.\I-:V !»AM»RKS, Town and '? ''iiutry. Sydney Mail. ]?] veiling News. Daily Telegraph. Svdnev I ?'lulletin. Boomerang. 'Worlds Xcws. DfiKlSBA.\E-] PAI'KBS. Cuiii-ier. Daily Telegraph, (Jueenslander. Week. .?* b-: i...

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. Sunday, November 22nd. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

Church of i:ii!^l:ttB«!. ]jarish Ok Hyrox Hay.. Sunday, November 22ml. r.iO.'). Byron Bay, 8: (H.C.) : 1',;iiilt;i|((W- 11 ; Brooklet, 2. SO ; Byron May. 7.:'il- EDWIN .J. I-Q-1) '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

London's Lismore, for High-class Jewellery. A splendid selection to chose from.*1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

BETTEB OPTS EAT YOU TO UY, ? f:v MOLBSWOETH STEEET, [ ^ LISMOKE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

' V£_L1VJ^^_ - — Tin III in- - ' ??AMOUS I OOTWEAB, A.E.FRANCIS, ieBBBSBBaaBBassasaBBBBs

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Useful Hints PARLOUR PASTIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

Oseful j+ints» . Parlour Pastimes. : Y The Starling in My Lady's Gfar -len.— For this a confederate is -necessary, therefore he must be the ,??? first to whom the question is put by the player, who introduces the game and who is the questioner; all the rest of the players must answer in Have you seen the starling in my lady's garden ? Yes, I have seen the starling in ' my lady's garden. Do yon know what the starling does in my lady's garden ? Yes, I know what the starling does in my lady's garden. ;?.. . Can you eat what the starling eats in my lady's garden ? Yes, I can eat what the starling eats in my lady's garden. Can you tell me what the starling eats in my lady's garden ? j Yes, I can ; the starling eats -biga-J roon cherries in my lady's gar.den. j The person who replies must not fail to prefix his or her answer .with 'Yes, I,' and must also close his or her eyes whilst replying, otherwise aj forfeit has to be paid and redeemed. | This mode of reply is, of course, adopted by ...

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

AFUN.^ The General's Friend. — Upon a | certain occasion (says a writer in ?' Lippineotfc's Magazine') General 'Sherman was the guest of honour at a banquet, after which a reception J was held. Among the line of peo iple who filed in and out to shake hands with the great war hero Gene ral Sherman perceived a lace that was very familiar, but which he could not place. i 'Who are you?' he asked in an ? apologetic aside as he welcomed the jguest heartily. | The man blushed, and murmured 'behind a deprecatory hand — ', ' Made your shirts, sir.' i 'Ah, of course,' expclaimed the iGeneral loudly, turning to the re iceivirg committee behind him. .' Gentlemen, allow me to present ? [Major Schurtz.' : The Choir Blundered. — A Dutch clergyman was in the habit of giv ing out two lines of a hymn at a time for the choir to sing. One jdark, rainy day he-could not see the words, and said: 'Mine eyes ish dim, I cannot see, I left mine spects at home.' The choir, supposing ithis to be the hymn, struc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 November 1903

Cash Prize Rifle Meeting to be pot off under tlie ^^fee^ of the Byron Bay CMlian 4ifle Glab, On the Range at Byron Bay, Monday, 28th, and Tuesday. 29th December 1903. ? i) ? Committee : — Captain and President M. McLean Esq. Vice-President Percy G. Wooldridge Esq. Secretary : — A. T. E. Harrison. Treasurer P. G. Wooldridge. And Messrs. J.,W. Banner, F. Shrubb, J. A. Pollock, and P. King. - ' A ' SERIES OF £20 STERLING. FOR all shooters in the Commonwealth. 7 shots at 500 yards, and 7 shots at 600 yards, with two si«rhters at each range. Nominations 7/6' Time limit (.) minutes at 500 yards, and 10 minutes at (500 yards. First. Prize £5-: Second Prize £2 10s. ; Third Prize £l-10s. : «S Prizes: at £1 ; and (I Prizes at 10s. THE ' B ' SERIES OF £10 STERLING. FOR all shooters not having won a prize of over £1 sterling since 1st January, 11)03. Nominations 4/-, 7 shots at 500 and --00 yards. Two sighters at each range. Time limit same as in ' A ' Series. First Prize £?- ; Second Prize £1 ...

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