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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

Bus. Harrison, GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL HAIR/DRESSING SALOON. All lines of best Tobaccos, and Fancy Goods kept in Stock. Visitors to the Seaside cmi always rely upon procuring, the best Fishing Tackle. udl US udl Uo Call and inspect our stock of Christmas Cards, in galore. Latest designs' and novelties. Mercery in great, variety, and of Very Superior Quality. Local Agents for the undermentioned Newspapers :— Sunday Times. Referee, Truth, Bulletin, H.R. Times. Byron Bay Record. a Jr T/ ! IS prepared to advise as to the most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for all kinds of Buildings, having had a large 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 W. YOUNG, (;iTCit;rro-'--i', Fin if --i*-' I*. (oiiftMtioiM'r, and Produce ?if rs - h:ml. BVKO.X BAV. ? I 'WNCY goods of every description. (Japanese ^oods a speciality) yea ! Jca ? Best Brand...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

BRIEF MENTION. After a meeting ;it Dunmore, countv Down, Mr. T. W. Russell, M.P. for South Tyrone, was hustled by the crowd and kicked and stoned. He received injuries to his head. Mr. Russell complains that out of five members of the constabulary present only one protected him. Mrs. Penruddocke, the wife of a Wilt shire magistrate, has been fined £n(i for illtreating her six-years-old child. The jury severely censured her husband. Two and a half inches of rain fell at TenterfieM on Saturday last in less than half-an-hour. A married women named Smith bar died from the plague at Townsville. Three more suspicious casts art under observa tion. A young man named George Ellis fired a revolver at Annie Furdor, aged 1'J years, at Rozelle, last Sunday. The pair bad been keeping company for some time. It is started that upon the girl's parents, refusing to sanction their marriage Ellis, -shot her in his anger. Fortunately tho bullet only passed through one ear. A slow-moving, brilliant globu...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

i I.3JBITi:i-. ? LINK OF BRISBANE STEAMERS. ? j S.S. LADY MUSGRAVE. Freight at L«u-s( Kiilcs. WM. COLLIN & SONS, LTD., J. RAMSBOTHAM. Mana.^r. Office — Moloswdrth-stroet, Lismorc. j ^^^^^-^ ? ? ? | Byron Bay Record. A^^ i3 iSLaasa iffi««Esa tiMca*? 1L. 5 ir- G- f. m-tox. »s-v;*i/ .^^''tk. t ^ffli!?'*^ ^T^P^ '^TP^ ^T^^^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

-???'. '? A t % (^Fcat JVforthcnt. JrCbtel, -.'.. /. , ;. ???,:; B :Y-B';O-;Br B A vYvr I ' ;? : ;-/%-: ' ;' l_Sea SWe ffi^Dit j_ ! | ? ^ - . — - ? gr£ ;_; 5f6K ''??«' ' *' ^^ ^ I ^°Lean'§ uOT byroaj i ; i flhr^TpR1 1 JU 8AY- 1 ? \ ^i^ ^ QT HE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been not^l as a most ^ \N^_y ?? \^__^/ ^ «JJ conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention ^ \\VSt_, '' ^^// \ ^ vLL/ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. '#& Wx^ e=\// »¥ 1 The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are' ^ \ \ -^ ?', / (( I all tastefully furnished. From the corridor a staii-way leads to an upper balcony ^ cJ j ; (^ u L? ^ which is a veritable ' look out ' commanding the jnost magnificent views of . ^ ^ the Bay and surrounding country. After a few moments in this high -jp , W) altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to && SOK come down to the level of every day tilings. Withou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

. ? IIAIVWBIIL^S, :f KbivcI«pcs, C/O*7.EAn--rcisil YT«rK of sail kiBMls, I RuhRsor Sta-Tiaps. GIVE US A TRIAL.

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

^yFURJL Mamma's Opinion :— The two girls weie walking along a suburban av enue, talking about their best young men, of course. A: least one of them was. ' Charley was up to see me last night,' she said, with a i witter.. - That's twice in a week, is'nt it ?' enquired the other. - Yes,' and she blushed aud giggled, ' I suppose he'll come three timer. in the next week ?' ' I suppose so.1 ' And four, times the next ?' ' That's what brother rays.1 ' And five t-irass the next?' ' That's what sister savs.' 'And six rimes the next ?' ' That's what auntie says.1 ' And seven times th-j n«ct *?' ' That's? what papa says.' ' Anci then what ?' ' Then well get married : that's :\vh:»t everybody says/ ' And what then ?? 'Then I won't s-je him any more of a:- evening : that's what mamma say.-?/ ! A Very Good Job, — When a sn! |dier is confined in th'- guard-room !for an offence, a written cdjjv of the icrime i.s invai'iably lijuuled in tw the icommandei' of the L.u:inl. The hther dfiya no!s-:--im:...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Tin-mining on the South Coast. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

Tin-mining on the South Coas t. For some time a prospecting claim has been worked on the. open sea beach about midw-iy between Pam bula and Eden, at a- place known locally as 'The .Pinnacles,' The property. was first taken up by a miiier named Maxwell, but. was after wards secured and worked by a syn dicate. There appears to be millions of tons of black sand on the beach and in the locality, all of which contains a percentage of tin and gold ; but the richest deposits are found at the outlets of small creeks that abound there. Some believe that the min eral-bearing sand is washed up by the sea, but the miners who have worked the ground believe that it emanates from the mainland. The ' wash' is usually covered by ordin ary white beach sand, and when this isremovedthe black alluvial abounds hi layers varying in thickness from 1ft. to 10ft, Assays taken from the wash have given a return averaging up to loz. gold and 3 per cent, of tin per ton, but considerable diffi culty is experience...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? General Blacks 'siUto, ? [Established 1891.] ? o ? T7EHICLES 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. BRIBER, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie ft Son's. Horse_M-;:dicines. ISaker (^enfectioner, and Sensual Storekeeper, — r.YHOIs J1AY. -- ««ctw«.-i«jp'.-*m--..-.,..,— ~.— - . .. ? ..... ? .4 Clici'.'v ssbkB 3'j»-2«-I-at«' Stork always oia vioiv. (ft DRAPERY, mr grocery, Mn*t^ boots & siicps, 1 IROITMONGBRY, Bread delivered all over the District at 3 Id. per Loaf. ; i PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, j ... Byron Mi\y-. .. \ Execute-1* :tll oi'det'S in the above Trades with l'.-s: Workmanship andj Quickest Despatch. | 'panics of all Desc...

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RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

rilFLE MATCH. A Cash Prize Shooting Match took' place on the local range last Satur-j day. The- weather was favourable, the shooting good. There were five entries,' and it was a foregone con-i elusion that J. W. Banner- would be{ the w in n er, ' an d he was, ' bu tit is! not always advisable to rely 'too con-j fidently on ' foregone conclusions'] as they do not always pan-out so! favourable as the above ..mentioned j one. ' : i The handicapping was as follows : W. Wooldridge scratch : J. W. Ban ner ,8 : A. Belson 14 : D. Jarman 35 ; A. Barton (.).' vis. yds. Name. 500 600 Totsil. W. Wooldridge ' 34 28 (-2! J.. Banner 29 29 G6 A. Belson 18 17 49 D. Jarman 10 10 55 A. Barton 25 27 61 ? j There is rejoicing among' the friends of temperance in the fact; that they now number an English j Duchess among their ranks. The new Duch'es of Bedford, hitherto the Marchioness of Tavistpck, is like her sister, Lady Henry Somerset a strict teetotaler. Other lady members of the English nobility' who...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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R. C. CHURCH SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

R. C. CHURCH SOCIAL. pn Thursday .evening last a most successful arid represen tati ve gather ing too,k place in the Schpol of Arts, the Social' was held in, aid of the R.C. Building Fund and Mr^ R.-J. McDonald Hon. Sec, and his co ulated on the record assemblage. | The h,a,U. was artistically and charm ? ingly( decorated wifch cool, green ferns I intermixed with flags and banners of ; every description and hue. The music .was excellent being in the capable hands of Messrs. Harrison ; and Morrow, and Messrs. O'Keeffe and Garvey of Bangalow. Mr. A. J. Kennedy.made an efficient M.C., as sisted occasionally by Mr. McDonald. : The dancing was enjoyed by fully 50 couples, who apparently did not know what fatigue meant so com ; pletely happy and jovial did they look. It was with some difficulty that we contrived to jot down some of the i many pretty dresses worn, but we fear we cannot, on this occasion, vouch for the accuracy of details. Among many we noticed Mrs. Smith, iii' a handsome b...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BELLE PAYNE BELLRINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

B ft L L ft PA Y X !?: B V. L L RING ftRS. Those who had the good fortune to hear the above talented organisa tion on the occasion of their last visit (some twelve months ago) will, doubtless be glad to know that they intend giving a farewell entertain ment on Saturday next, the 6th De cember in the School of Arts. This Will Oe Lilt- NISI I OJJ JJUl I U1MLJ 11KIU UU: residents of Byron Bay will have of. hearing such an unique and refined company, as the Bellringers, for they leave the Richmond at the end of the year for New Zealand. As Bell ringers. Vocalists and Instrumenta lists the combination have a world wide reputation, included in the company are Miss Belle Payne (the charming vocalist, violinist, and nmndolinist'), Mr. Harry Payne (female impersonator and bellrin ger). Mr. K. Crome (the brilliant solo pianist), who is also manager of the company, Miss Felix. Mertrae. (con tralto), ' Mr. Arthur Albert (the vesrutile comedian). We can recom mend the entertainment with every co...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

CRICKEtT A match was played at Bangalow on Saturday last between the local Cylub and Eureka; arid resulted in a win for Bangalow, deciding on the first iririings, by| #2 runs.1 The-, fol io wing, are the scores : Bangalow.-— 1st Innings. G. T. Clark.;: ... '?... ' ' 0 W. Thickett, ? 1 S. Hawkins,1 ? 0 .-... A. E. Brown, ? 48 Jack. Haw.inns, ? 0 -?'? G. Reading, ...... 0 P. Garvey; ? ? 3 G. Campbell (not ,mt), 31 W. Robinson, ? 6 H.Ferguson, ? 12 Joe. Hawkins, ? 5 Sundries,... ? 8 Total, ? 109. Eureka. 1st Innings. W.Gallagher, ? 18 R. Noble,. .-. ? 0 F.Wright, ? 2 G.Gallagher, ? 10 E. Noble, ? 4 S. Noble, ? 13 A. Noble ? 15 E. Rutledge, ? 0 A /'-~11 ? 1 ? ' O jx. vjtiiiiiguer, ? 4. P. Johnstone, ...' ... 2 J. Gallagher (not out),... 1 \ Sundries, ... ? 10 j Total, ? 77. | Bangalow in their second innings lost 6 wickets for 110 runs.; — Clark 25, Thickett 20, S. Hawkins 6, Brown 20, Jack Hawkins 23, Camp bell 0, Robinson (not out) 9, Fergu son (not out) 3, Sundries 4. ,For Bangalow, ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

WEDDING BELLS. On Thursday the 27 inst., a very pretty wedding ^eventuated, the con tracting parties were. Miss Mabel Hunter and Mr. J. Lyons the cere mony being performed by the Rev. Mr. Haines, in the. local School of Arts. The bride was eiven awav bv Mr. Jarman and Mr. . Wallace. Nicoll acted as best man, she was attended by her sisters the Misses Josephine and Almina Hunter ; the bride and her parents have a large circle of friends and the wedding guests num bered fully fifty ; Mrs. . A. E. Brown played the Wedding March. , The Bride's gown was extremely handsome it was of white silk tulle, over silk and. trimmed, with chiffon, wreath of orange blossoms and veil of Duchess lace, z-ich. white satin sash and white satin shoes, the bride also carried a magnificent bouquet, of pure white flowers tied with long streamers of white satin ribbon. The bridesmaids Misses Josephine and Almina Hunter in white silk and buttercup trimmings large picture hats trimmed with buttercups and feathe...

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 — 29 November 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL A parcel of what is 'presumed to be tin ore. has been forwarded to the Department for Mines for assay by Mr .L G. Locke. Should it prove to be of value we may anticipate a boom in tin mining. A grand social is to be held by the; Oddfellows' of the Pride of Btiuga low Lodge, on the 12th of Decem ber, and which will take place in; Agricultural Mall, at Bangalow. To: make the Social a success, friends ;i re. expected to roll-up from all round! the district. j At the Court House before/I? Andsleyj mill J. G. Locke. .Is. P.. licenses were! granted to the following auctioneers in] the Byron Bay District Messrs. 0. 13.! Wareham. and M. 'McLean. j I The Public Pound has been closed at I Bangalow. There being no applicant for I ho -position of Poundkueper. j For New Years Day, as will be noted in our advertising columns, a first-class programme has been pre pared by our Civilian Eifie Club, good prizes are offered, and a special railway service will be run on that day, enab...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMENTARIES. SELLING RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

COMMENTARIES. SELLING HAIL WAYS. QUEENSLAND finances are, we; know, in just as low a. condition asl elsewhere through- 1 out Australia, so the Treasurer of that State is in an i ianxious and unenviable position, the! Uleh'ciency for last year amounting! ito £-l-:-3.1,'.W.I, and the means he pro-; ; poses to cover that deficiency is to raise £000,000 by Treasury bills, icarrying 4 per cent., and running' ,for ten years to be retired on matur ity by the proceeds of land sales. And in the course of his speech, re icontly made, he said ?' Lt must, be borne in ni-ind that in the railways they had a valuable asset, which could, if found necessary, be dis ; posed of at their capital value, of 'half a million. Without committing ; himself io fciie recommendation of jsuch a step, he mentioned it as a [further means by which it would be possible to avoid some taxation.' , If Queensland will sell her rail ways for the purpose of saving half a million per annum, she is much changed since a very...

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The Brisbane-Tweed Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

Tlw Kvi_-5-SF'B?c»rii^,v-MI«3 Trad-J', The steamer Adonis, tiie pioneer vessel in the trade between Brisbane and the Tweed, a. rived alongside the Murwillumbah wharf. A largn number of prominent residents were on the wharf, and inspected thy vessel after :;he was made fast. The, general opinion is that the placing of this vessel in the trade is the lies' thing that has happened to the Tweed district for many years. For a iir.-ft trip she had a very satisfactory ci.rgo, and made a fairly good xv\\\ arri v'ni. here about twenty-four houvs after leaving Brisbane. She had to go round Cape Moreton, and did iu.i experience very good weather. Sin also called at the down-river wharves, on route. She leaving on h«-r return trip the following day. For the first few trips it is not anticipated that very big business will he done, but if a satisfactory trial w given of the new service success is assured. Upwards of 200 plus will !-,? a portion of her return cargo. A nia--:'ie(! woman - J i « ?*...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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MULLUMBIMBY. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

JI I I. L. IJ II IS I ITI B V. NOT E S. ? .?.().'. ? Messrs. ('. ft. Simpson. P. Nelson, and J. Moorehouse Js.P., on the 2'-th inst., granted auctioneer licenses to t be following : J PL Ferguson, \V. Baker, and K. Finch. The claim for furniture destroyed by a recent lire at the Court House Hotel, was promptly settled by C. ft. Simpson, agent for the Royal Fire A ssu ran ce Com pa ny. A great deal of sickness here, pneumonia, iniluen/.a, and one case, at least of typhoid. Mr II. Livingstone's recent sale was very largely attended, and splen did prices were realised, the top price given for a cow being £85. by a resident of 'Byron Bay. J. N. Ferguson being the auctioneer. The recent showers have done an immense amount of good, the grass is springing wonderfully, causing great joy among the fanners and dairymen. A Good Templar's lodge, with Hfi members, was opened at Mullumbiin by last week.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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A Vertical Strawberry-bed. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

A Vertical StraivJxM'ry-lxMi. I took an old barrel (writes Fra;i Behrend, A'-nau, Ei.-u LVinsia') and made a nu-.u her of holes all ror.iid it. I then filled tho barrel w'th suitable mould and planted the young straw berry plants in th-- holes. The bar bel is now covered v/ic!) foliage, fruit and flowers, th.? fruit being found in gre.'i;.: profusion a.iiong the leaves.

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 29 November 1902

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, lid per 11.). Bacon, Js per lb. MELMOURXE MARKETS. Butter, I. lid. per lb. Bacon .1 l;|d per lb. BR ISM AN E -MARKETS. Butter, Is to 1 1 per lb Bacon, 1 1 ;)d per lb.

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