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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

Cfreat jVTortftfeFit j^totel, 1 BYRON BAY. r Sea Side Resort ? j ^™l^iBIIBI-'^—*- ' ? ?!? Ill I I««^BB^^E^^« |i h '????? ? . ????? ? ? . ' ? ? ! ] ~n : ~~~ ? — — - it'' -.1: ! 1 ^ClEAN'§ UQE . BYROA. I ! ^1 /^ .-rNnRT*1 ^ ' _T^ BAY ?S : i. &%? ' ^ ' ===== ? . ?##. J ?:, ;? ^ — ^ :^- vv-' ' \ £JJ/1 *$ C/TRK GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been iioto. las a most 1^. IV ( ^ 1 i ;' ^-_— -^7 -:$ VY1, conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention ^& Iv^j y ? !: e-z^/I\ ^ ^r ^ias heen given to good architecture, ventilation,' light and comfort. p^ \\\v — ?? I /J\ W.&, t The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are #?# VyV55:^^ r! ' f i [ -'* tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an uppei1 balcony -^ ' \ v^V ? .; ( ^ £& which is a veritable ' look out ' cominanding the most niagnificent views of -'¥ cjv -- i j. ^ the Bay and surrounding, country. After a few moments in this high ^ J ; ?; W# altit...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

VENI ! VIDI ! VICI ! Gus. Harrison, The 17j--t»-tint-' IlairdresNvr, T--3-:3-'4M-HiKl, JIVrcH'i*, is still toj H--- foil ii«l :n his !-??-- ?itisi's uoxt rfl'!i«* iirvnt .\orl3«--iii Hotel. 1J)ATK0XS will f i ml one of the best assorted Stocks (in ihc above lines; of Goods) to be found in the district. ? Local Agents for the undermentioned Newspapers : — Sunday Times, Keferee. Trntli, ; Bulletin, H.H. Times, Myron May Record. .ISnild^ii- ami -'c-n$r;nti-r. IS prepared to advise as to the most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for all kinds of Buildings, having had a la/ge experience. r Repairs to Buildings. Furniture. Joinery. Pulling down Buildings and Re erecting. Attended to Promptly. WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS — caniirwi—B ^??aMMg— pme— Bamn 11 11 1—1. -r^-i^g«^»^i»i. ?nuin. . I. YOUNG, tiireeti^rneer. Fruiterer, roiifeeiioiier. ;»u-l I'roduee Tirrrliuiit. BVKO- BAY. l^ANCV liimkIs of every description. (Japanese gouds a spec...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

BRIEF MENTION. The attacks on the public schools by Archbishop Kelly and Father Han ley drew a vigorous reply from the Rsv. Woolls Rutledge at Ashfield on Sun day. He declared that the sooner the sectarian flag was unfurled and the longer it was kept unfurled the better. At one station in the Canoblas el ectorate £100,000 lias oeen spent in artificially feeding stock' while the settlers' sheep cost 10 to 15s per head to feed. Rev. W. H. Scurr said, at one of his meetings, that life in Maclean (Clarence River) was very sluggish. He had been told, he said, that the people here, were very conservative, but he found it was not conservatism but lack of intelligence. Last week an old miner picked up a nugget of gold estimated to weigh 24 ounces in the Clarence Rive/ about three miles below the crossing at Zulgilbar, or what is better known as the Horse Shoe Bend. Madame Melba while out driving to Oxley, near Brisbane, on Sunday, saw three poor cows on an allotment. She ascertained that th...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

MARKET REPORTS. ? *» ? LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, 10^(1 per lb. Bacon, Is per lb. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Butter, Hid. per lb. Bacon 1- per 11 ). BRISBANE MARKETS. Butter, Is per lb Bacon, Is per 11 -.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wreck of the Elinga[?]nite [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

Wreck of the Eliuga^iitc News has been received from Ho horua, via Doubtless Bay, that the steamer Eligamite, 2585 tons, Cap tain E. B. Attwood, was totally wrecked at the Three Kings on Sun day morning. Fifteen of the crew and seventeen passengers landed at Hohorua, but four other boats and two rafts left the vessel, and there is no news of them. 'Further information states that the Eligamite struck the Three Kings Reef o:i Sunday morning at 10. 30 during a rlense fog. The vessel was steaming 3low at the time. Fifteen of the crew and twenty-seven passengers, who were in the last boat to leave the ship, reached Hohorua. Alto gether six boats and two rafts left the ship. The boat in charge of Mr. Morrison, the fourth engineer, cap sized, but the occupants were taken on board the boat in charge of Mr. Burkett, the chief mate. This is the boat which landed at Hohorua. The other boats have not since been heard of. Captain Reid, of Auck land, left in the first boat, saying he knew the la...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY BILL POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

DAIRY BILL POSTPONED. At a meeting of the Dairymen's Association at G /af ton, on Friday, to discuss the proposed Dairy Bill, a telegram was read from the Premier. I which stated that the Minister for Agriculture did not intend to proceed J further with the bill this session, but during the recess would convene a conference of repesentative dairy men from all parts of the State to discuss the bill with the view to its amendment,

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11th 1902. Befoe R. Andsley and O. B. Wareham Esqs. Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

police (Jourt. TUEsDAY, NOVEMBER lltll l!-0.2. Before R. Audsley and O. B. Ware ham Esqs. .7s. P. Michart Dhu, for drunkenness, was fined £1 or 1.4 days imprison- j ment. Five others were up for drunkenness and were fined 5s. or given the usual option. The Bench j letting them down light on account J of the previous day, b.ung King's! Birthday. ' _ ! Gerald 'Jonnors for assault, fined. John White, for playing an nnlaw-j ful game, was sentenced to 7 days, imprisonment. In the case of John White play ing an unlawful game, the Police1 made an application under Sec. 1.2 of Vagrant Act for an order against offenders property, for his main tain ance during imprisonment. Or der was made for !- -. The matter is interesting as it- is the first applica tion of the Rule under the Act.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

PROGRESS. The Coastal Farmkrs' Co-op. Society Ltd. Estd. I'.ion. ggQ Shareholders all farmers. Total Shares 5,942. Turnover for six months ending September, .-',0th 'WO-. JJ14Q 300.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

RIFLE MATCH. On Monday last, an interesting Shooting Match took place between Lismore and Mnllumbiniby teams. The match was shot off at Mullum bimby; Mulunibirnby winning by i')(i points. The scores were: LISMORE. fid'.lyds. (KKIyds. Total. J. (i. Hicks (Pros.) si :-!» !»1 J. Boulmi Hi I :J-1 l»l H.F. Mood _'* Vd (ill W. Lewis HI 27 -is G. H. Mackav ii'i 24 :-?, T- Hoctor ' ?_'?- 24 itl W. (lalleuliur 2* 24 id ?JUT r.«» :-i'.i7 MULLI'MBIMBY. .r)iHiyds. Omvds. Total A. Belson H2 ' 27* .7.1 A. Smith .r)2 2* :'-H J. Sharpe 27 2C 2H T. Tor runs 24 2S f,S H. Smith 2-^ 21 4i» W. .Jiirreti 24 24 4S K. Cooper 2C 22 47 1ST 171* HCl

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Accounts of "Dr." Dowie. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

Acrciiiits ol 'Dr.' I)i-\vi-'. 1 The Probate Court in Chicago has ? ordered Howie to refund £.10,00(1 I to the heirs of l'Yederick Sutton. I of New Zealand, who was one of the I 'Doctor's' converts. Accounts of I the doing of ' Dr.' Dowie continue I to arrive at intervals \\\ London. 1 When the Chicago assessors refused I to let his property go free of rates. I he set about the i'oundiiiii of a I settlement -12 miles away, outside I thoirjurisdiction. This hecallsZiou. j it is made a condition that no leaselnd- J der in the new city shall be allowed | to sell liquors, tobacco, oysters, or I drugs. It is further provided that J there must be no resident doetor. 1 surgeon, or dentist. Anyone weak ij enough tit believe in medicine may. J however, call in a docior from the i) outer world, and may use drugs. \ if he buys them outside the land of H the prophet. As to taxes. Dowie \ and his disciples will lie subjee! f] only to those imposed by the State. [3 [

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONFIRMATION SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

CONFIRMATION SERVICE. At the Church of England, on Tuesday morning, Bishop Cooper, of Grafton and Armidale, held a Confirmation Service. The attend ance was not so large as anticipated, but, probably, that can be accounted for by the service being held on a week-day instead of Sunday. Nine young people presented themselves, and as they had undergone careful instruction from their pastor, the Rev. E. Dodd, they were fully prepared to take upon themselves the responsi bilities expressed for them at their baptism. A service of hymns and prayers were gone through, and everything was appropriate to the solemn occasion. Before proceeding with the ceremony of laying on of hands, his lordship gave an instruc tive address to the congregaton, and those about to be Confirmed,

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Feminine Idlers. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

IViiaiiJiM' 1-I8--3'N. In almost all the small towns of the United Kingdom, and in many even of the big ones, there is a shock ing waste of force. On the one side are people wanting all kinds of skilled labour and beautiful things which they can scarcely procure out side London : there stands on the other side a crowd of young women in the full possession of their strong! h. idling away their time attending bazaars, watching men play games which they do not understand, and going to see this and see that, as persistently as if money were 'to be made by looking on. — ?' The Queen.'

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL. : At Tyagarah the potatoe crop, this season, is splendid, the potatoes be ? ing very large and tine. Trains have been late all the past week, and much inconvenience and j annoyance has been caused thereby. ' The Railway Commissioners should look to the matter, as the staff of railway officials needs to be largely increased, more especially at ex p.nrsinn timp Nominations close to-day for the election of Directors for the North Coast Co-operative Coy. Ltd. To-night Miss Eva Mylott's Con cert will be held in the local School of Arts. Miss Mylott is the leading contralto singer of Australia, and draws crowded houses wherever she gives an entertainment, it will also be the last opportunity local residents will have of hearing this gifted singer before her departure for Paris. We regret, exceedingly, to report that young Mr. Brough is very ill. On Wednesday last, Mr. Brough journeyed to Lismore to see the doc tor's there in regard to a painful growth in his ear, he had...

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 — 15 November 1902

§\FUN.J@_ Doo D, (to jeweller) : ' I brought back this engagement ring that I bought yesterday.1 Jeweller : 'Didn't, it suit?' Doo D. : ' Yes, it was all right, but I didn't suit.1 Her Luck.—' After all,' said Mrs. Gaileigh, ' it isn't so bad to have' a husband who sleeps in church. Mine dreamed all through the ser mon last. Sunday, and I can't help feeling glad every time I think of it.'. ' Why, who ever heard of such w thing ? ' her friend exclaimed, ' You see, our minister preacheu a horrid, impertinent sermon against women paying so much for the clothes they wear, and I just know that if Jonathan had been awake he'd never get through quoting it to me.1 The late Lord Longford was a:i old Wykehamist, and remarkable as la schoolboy in several ways. When i at Winchester, as the Hon. W. L. iPakenham, he was always extremely iwell dressed, and Dr. Moberly,. who I had thirty years' experience as head 'master, said he was the most impud ent boy he ever knew — a statement i perhaps found...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

Useful .Joints* ? ::o:: ? FASHIONS. ' Our friend the Panama hat, which erewhile we accepted in its crude hardness,' says the ' Queen,' ' is becoming now a thing of beauty and, we hope, a joy for ever, being twisted and trimmed into all kinds of shapes : but it still holds its own as the best of all travelling hats. What shape it has it never loses. It is light, and does not crush the hair : but it is an expensive luxury, for a uuuiuiuii jraiuuiia imi is iicii uo ue thought of, and when used for hard travelling it is very little trimmed. A scarf of spotted foulard or a band of black ribbon is all that is needed. ; It looks perfectly charming, how- ' ever, whon twisted into fantastic shapes and laden with roses. It is brought out in gold and brown tones — a move in the, right direction, for those tones are far more becoming than lighter ones. Straw toques, with , brims caught up here and there by large choux of ribbon, serve alike for good hard travelling and for more dainty wear. Ros...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? Oencral Blacksmith, [Established 18U1.] ? o ? T7'KHICLES made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming done on the Premises. Sulkies and Spring: Carts built equal to Sydney. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call or send for Prices before sending out of the District. HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices and Full Particulars. J. W. BflfWER, Proprietor. rVg-ent for Pottie iv. Son's. Horse Medicines. }i. EveFitt, ISaker Confectioner, and Senegal Storekeeper, — BYUON BAY. A -'li«-i-M' scud Hp-tw-Date St-.x'k always an vio^v. M DRAPERY, mr grocery, Mfc,^ BOOTS & SHOES, M\ CLOTHING, m ^ HOSIERY, § IRONMONGERY, ^^ etc., etc. llillitK'i.v and Drrss issckinji l-;-ii-- al slicM'lest n;-ti- r. Bread delivered all over the District at 3:d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, Byron Hay. Kxeeutes all orders in the above Trades with l';s: Workmanship and Quickest Despat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 15 November 1902

Ladies, call at J. (i. Locke A; Cuv. and view the new summer good-. Mercerised satins, muslins, zephyrs, with ribbons, chiffons, and laces t - match.* We advertise the truth and the truth advertises us, Kagle House.' Printed a ml Published In- .11 fir. I C Burgess, Propueloi, ,il his Sltnlum Printing Office. IU-n-ii /-\;v. in tin State of AY';';' .S',i;///J I !',//«-? '

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

Oseful .pints* FASHIONS. A few ideas from M.A.P. for Christmas frocks, and which would be well worth copying. ' A week end at Maidenhead and a trip up the river introduces one to many smart summer frocks from which ideas can be culled for our own holiday outfit in the near tutu re. The hrst im pression left on me of the dress as a whole was of pale and neutral col ouring. White, cream, light grey, fawn, heliotrope — those were the chosen shades, and rnqstof them had clever touches of black. By the way this touch of black is the sign and signature of a French f rock, whether for day or evening wear, and whe ther it hails from Paris in London, or from Paris in the Rne de la Paix. One dress was in white muslin trim med all over the skirt and bodice with insertions oL: fine yellowish lace, and having a wide waistband of folded white niorie. The hat was in looselj' plaited white straw, wreathed with mauve and white petunias. A mauve sunshade completed the cos tume. Another successful get...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WIDOW AND A BABY. CHAPTER 1. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

A 'WIDOW AND A BABY. CHAITKK1 !. A-MtlVALS. It is till- cisii'sr tiling in t lit- world! to ut't to Little Hemsby, an ordinary! Sussex village, perched on tin1 tup! of a deep cutting, that has nothing! to recommend it hut. tin* advertised) for ,s:ili' at every third or fourth: house in its one long street, with paper mills at one end, and a large hrewery at the other. Half a dozen trains in the course of the day will set you down at the mere shanty of a station, in the hottoin of the cutting, where passengers are almost crowded jout by barrels, empty and full, bags jof raw material for paper making, land reams of finished goods for ex portation. But if you want to go to Church Hemsby, six. miles distant, and feast upon the most charming of rural jseenery, or sketch, as artists are fond jot' doing, the fine old Noi-inan church, iihe well-preserved Tudor houses on 'either side, the neatly-kept village ! green, or the white villas, embosomed jin trees and flowers, dotting the irisiug g...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Don't be an Ethel. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 22 November 1902

«] Don't be an Etfyel. r- Fath r -n the oMi.-i- .-t.-:iir_d!n_r w'.ij the llV.L'tT. Motlicrs in t'ie k'.K-lu-n makim lire id an i ;-:v. ['ally's in the lie '.rou.n .'.ainirj. rp hei st ocki nil.-. Joiinnv's in the sjar 'en. where the weeds are L'ett:n-/ hiuh. All are Inisv workinu wurkin-j with a will. (I '' While Klhel. dainty H.hei. in tran niiilli: v sei-'ii'. K:!i'l. priM'v K;hel. wiili i :?.».? liea I upon a p;li,.w. Ethel's on the -i-:'a with the newest in mazine ! F.ither la* - - ir - .-'il'.ly. r/.i- ? to mike lioth e.ids meet Mother helps him mit a! hnme. saving where sir' ea:s. I'tdiy k'.-eps the sim-kin^s iiariie-l useful uirl is LVily ?I ??liimy uvod.- thi-LM'' !l-!' ?;.':*? ;i hi.-lpfi!l lit tie ma:i. All keep lmsv workin-j w.ivkiu1.: with a will. () ! ' While Iv.ie!. dainty Kthel. w.th the hum iljc i-f a i|iu'i.'!i. Kiliel. iu-.!ity Ethel, with her head upon a pillow' Ethels on t'ic sul'a wi:!i the newest magazine !

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