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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

handbills, Envelopes, Commercial Work ol all kinds, Rubber Stamps. GIVE US A TRIAL. ! ? , ? '

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 — 6 December 1902

Cards, Programmes, . Circulars, Letter Headings, Note ?; .1 . :?? SB endings, - .| BILLHEADS.

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 — 6 December 1902

v~ - - f Gfreat JVfopthcpn JK°tcI, ?.?;,-. ,: ;.:?? ?;?-.;?? biion Bi^. ? .' . ? . ; - :.]? i ? ? ? ' ???' - /? ?? ' . ? ' ? ?? - . . ??? ..?'.- ??? *? - ??--? -??*.' ??' -'.'-? ? v r Sea Side Resort. ? [ f ? ? ? . ? !1 \ '_? m ? ?-, ' . ? - .-; ??????- ? _^ ? , I ! i EUAN'S uH/vtpi BYROAI I . I j; ¥-^(: I ? ' ? ' — =— ? ^=- _ ~ — »i ^^5 / I1 /' \ J y&& ? W& \ s — v \^-^/j li ^rHE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always-been noted as a most || K^ ) — ~^S/l\ H8i TY convenientlj- situated, and well managed hostelry. '.Everj* attention j^; \v^N^_^/ c=^y/J\ Wfy Vc/ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. -*p& Vvv*^--, yS /I \ 0^ ' The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. ' The rooms are '^. \\V - z' ^ L? §b tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to.an upper balcony ^ \ V\ \v ^ ^ which is. a veritable ' look out' commanding the most magnificent views of ;&& ^ ) I -^ the Bay and surrounding ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW LISMORE FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

NEW LISMOkE FACTORY. The opening of the new JJsmore branch of the Byron .{-Jay C-i-ope:-a- tive Coy. Ltd., was cele!)rated by a public liasket ])icnic (says the tv Xor thern Star ') on the 2nd of Decem ber and ;o;dc [dac-' --n r.'ie Kail way ivserve. Kavls' in the aftvvnoon the suppliers and shareholders enter tained ti:;i direrrors and visitors at a baiKjuc-;, giveii on t'r.1 spacious plat forr.i of the factory. Tha Police MagiriLrate (Mi'. F. G. Adrian) in a few words declared rh' l'a;-to;-y open ed, and Mrs. Adrian, breaking a bottle of champagne, started the ma chinery going. Between lo) and 180 suppliers, sii down to ::ui ban quet, among ihe visitors, being Mir. M. O'Caikuh-s'i, (G)vern:n:'nt ])airy Expert), Mr. Throsby (Berriina Dis trict C):npii:iy ). and others. Vari ous to.isr.s were proposed, the proceedings !a.r i:ig ab«-:i: thrc.';1 hours. T\\v fac: try was thrown open for inspection hv ;'::'? puldic during the day.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISS EVA MYLOTT [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

MISS KVA MYLOTT. Mis- Mva Aiv|o::.\viio-;e p.-ovinciid r » i ? h:n 1 ';-.'d h'.1 (!?;):!:?. ?.!!?(? by the I' i!y:iesien will r.ow sail by sise ? 'r.tya :o- ?{?\y. Ti:e j -« spii !:i r on'jr.1. !;o h:i-' friend ?! to visit in Dublin and elsewhere, hut i i r.n liirle time will p: -ess'.i1. .Mine. .Mel -a s mtvolr.c: l . »n ' t.i M:m!\ Mn'cli.'si. and will tlien s'c;|e down fora \\- ir's self- denying -.??ludy in 1'avis. M;ss Mylotr has pli-Mjy :-!' |.ie :?.?; 'Vivanc- aid courage, and i: is to b» hop -d that siie may bi'iiiLT her noblv rich-'.:ii)ed voice to pe-.'l'-.'i.-tiou. Dnr'.n;! t'iie w.-vk. acalile. saessag;- inform 'd Sydney coiice:!-.' .-ovi-s of Mis-. Marie XaivlieV. delc.u it -h ? II :\v.d Albert II ill. This singer !.- a cousin of Miss Mylot's. an I Irts o;i'y b/en in L'Uidoii two or three ino:;i'is. Siie Iris be. mi warmly taken up !-y Mr. Adlingron. mau..ge.- of :ii' S:dh lv;;rd. i. uido:!. and has already ma V several lnino;- ;?.]:? pt'.ira:iCi'S. ''';;?? high me/.y.o...

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 — 6 December 1902

MMKU REPORTS. LATKST (W.'OTATiONS. SYDNKV .MAHKKTS. Butter. 1 lii p.-r |b. Bacon. Is per lb. .?WEMinr.-fXi-: .\ia::kkts. i^ltter. lid. pe/ lb. I-:icon Is jiei- Hi. MinsiiANK .ma:;kkts. Biltt'f. Is per Hi. Bacon. Is p.-r II).

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic News. SYDNEY Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

fpd^rapl^ic |^6Ws. Sydney Wednesdav. A bill to provide for the Superan nuation Fund out of the consolidated revenue was introduced into the Assembly. A bill dealing with woman's franchise, providing for separate voting booths and voting by post, was also introduced. Mr. Crick moved the second read ing of the Closer Settlement Amend ment Bill. The debate was ad journed. The Wine Adulteration Bill and the Stock Pastures Bill passed the committee stage. The official returns show that the amount collected for postage on New South Wales papers is at the rate .-f £1000 a month. The French mail steamer Ville do Ciotal has been quarantined at Mel bourne, owing to a case ot small-pox on board. A tremendous rainstorm was ex perienced at Tainworth on Sunday! morning, one inch falling in ten minutes. Sydney, Thursday, j At tlieElingamito enquiry at A nek-1 land yesterday the second oit'iCL'r! said that the Captain remarked rlie: day before the wreck that they weiv; a few miles north of their tr...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Extraordinary Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

Aa. ExtB-aouNlEsiary iEscsiirc, Mr. 8. Hull, the well-known guard i on the railway, met with a thrillingj experience last week oh the train coming iYoin Lismore, and his escape from a fatal result may well be d es cribed as almost nnrveHou.s. Mr. JT.ill was on the top of; the last evir riage, when ncarS:. Helen, and w.ts attending to a leaking lamp, and w]uleab.sorbcd in this occupation neg Iecite:! to ' duck ' while passing under a tlinhor bridge. Thy rysuft| wasa crushingblowon the head which precipitated the guard on to the line. The train was immediately pulled up and thy injured man taken on board. 0:i arrival at Eltham a doctor, who .happened to be present, examined Mr. rlull.and, marvellous to relate, found (hat the injuries were no- i)y any mear.rt of a vital character. The! skull was badly lacerated, and one arm was broken in the fall, in two phic:-:\s. Tno:^.1 we;-e other injui'ie.s .n ill'- siiiip'.-.* of coiituriiniis. hut iionei of alarming charavtor. 'Sly Hull! was con...

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 — 6 December 1902

GREAT NORTHERN .HOTEL! HAIRDRESSING SALOON. ? All Ikies of best Tobaccos, and Fancy Goods kept i:i Srock. Visitors to the Seaside can always rely upon procuring clic best Wishing ' ' Tackle. I1 C-dl and inspect our stock- -f Christmas Cards, ;:i i^n 3 - - j*i *. Laresi designs', and liuvclrics. Mercery in groat variety, and oi: Very S'i|iiM*iu]* Quality. Local A-ireuts for the undermentioned Newspapers : — Sunday Times. ( R'.'i'i':-i'i'. Truth, Bulletin. K.K. Times. Byron Bay H'.ronl. ITS prepared to advise as to the must suitable Materials and Timber 1 io use. Plans prepare! fur all kir.ds ui' Buildings, having had a larg' e.\p 'riencv. ! r Repairs to Building's, Furniture. Joinery, Pulling down Buildings :md Re erecting. Attended to Promptly. i W E Jj I j SB A S ONE D T E MB ER AL WAYS ,ON_HAND^ PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS' i£Y2iO.\ HAY. 'R 'VvNCY .roods (?! every description. I Japanese goods a speciality! JL ? ? ___________ I'es' i'raiids in the Market. Sample ! hem. ('all and Ins...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MULLUMBIMBY. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

3IULLUMBIMBY. NOTES. Great, satisfaction is expressed on all sides, at the opening to-day of a branch ©f the Bank of New South Wales here, it has supplied ' a long felt want. Generous support has already been accorded, and more promised. Land values have increased here during the last twelve months. Al lotments purchased at £20 are now selling at £100, and few available at any figure. It is reported that one gentleman refused £(!0() this week for the main corner of the township unimproved. The Court House Hotel (owner Mr. C. E. Simpson) licensee Mr. M. Perkins, now presents a fine appear ance, the extentions being finished, twelve rooms having been added, and the private parlours open on to a latticed verandah, it is now an orna ment to the town. Mrs. Fitzgerald, Main Arm, is slowly progressing towards recovery from typhoid. Pneumonia is still prevalent, also chicken-pox among he children. Every day or so a doctor has been sent for from Mur willumbah or Bangalow, lately. It is time ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

ft BUAXrfl i.r ibis Bank is ..jM-i, _J3_ every FRIDAY. ;it M.'L Ll A I-1 .M B\ . from l'l ;i.n:. :n ,'i ]..n . For '-he t r;u!s;u-i i; -ii of nil uswm Banking business. a. i-:. browx. .M;ili:i,L;.-r. Byron Bay i ? .?:; : ; el : . ^cs^'S'j; C'CB.t.vir r-i^v- _?-.». — N'nTi CK. '\\ '!?: w'.i! U -!?.??-!!? (| :,, ;v.., ;, , - ? ., .. ; - ' ;!? ! Ih iii- .v !?',?!??; ..-?.. ; ,.--.ij..v.- ?,,-! nn-ii - 1 i i ?_;? \VM!)Ni;sr).\'',' :;:? i '?-|vr\i \WA\. i'.'L'. ? W. 11. CMl-TCi;;-). S ?, .-.?:. ;i-\ \ HHAXcii ..M.i.;, i;:,,,k i,- M..xx -- V 'I'1'11 '? M i''/.''.Mi.:.M|{V. !!- Mr. Alht-r: | ;...|Si ,,,-.- ,;,..-v pr,.'Uises for tin' ii-iiiis:..-:;,.., ,,r :!|| usii.-.! bank ing business. ?'. 1-- XKWMAX. p!'O. Mil !ia:_'l'!\ Mulluini.imhy. :-li I )(.... i ;)!i--

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? -£taiicrnl Blacksuiitii, [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 cqiml to §.v-lm\v. Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call ov send for Prices before sending, out of the District. HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For Prices and Full Particu lars. J. W. BiTOER, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie it Son's. Hoi-se Medicines. I | j Baker ? Confectioner, and Senegal StoreKe^er, — BYRON BAY. A rhoi--» :tuol 8'i--l :--!-:U4- SUtck a* way* .-.;-»b vh ;v, m DRAPERY, MT GROCERY, Mfa~ BOOTS & SHOES, M% CLOTHING. fm « HOSIERY, 1 IRONMONGERY. iVSslE'isciy saml S^'i'^'.t-tsikiisjj 3-o»i«il sal kIicu'K'mI iioti-'--. Bread delivered all over the District at 3}d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ... Byron Bay. rCxerutes nil orders in the iilmve Trade* with Bi-st Workmanship and Quic...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. Sunday, December, 7th 1902. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

CHURCH OF KXaLAXI). l'A-iisii Of ]-Yiu--: May. Sundav.. noc-i'in'ni';'. 7th. l'.lll'i. Uyi'on Uay 1 ! n.ni. Myoniui 'l.'.Yl ji.ni. M.ii!liunbiinhy 7.,')!) p.m. \)ov. .1.1 )ih. l--rnokk'f 7. HO p.m. Dec. 11th, Spring Yak* 7. ;-'.). p.m. Pot-. T:2ih. .Wos^liiink 7.JK). p.m. KDW'LX .]. DODD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

When wu moot with die si^n of the Lancer Be pleased to remark if you c;ui. sir That both lie and Lance True methods advance. Kver since the achievements began, sir. A symbol we see in i ho Lancer. That popular, up-to-date prancer. Let him point. you to Lance To rise and advance. And become a domestic financier.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cable News. LONDON Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

(Jable )4eWs. Lo:;n[-:; Wednesday. Iliree thousand men at t lie Vladikav kaz railway workshops at Hostow on the Don, Southern Russia, have gone out on strike. As they gathered in crowds the Cossacks were willed out. The strikers stoned the soldiers, wounding Plot' them. The crowds refused to disperse, and the Cossacks fired a volley on the strikers, killing two of them and wounding i'.' jorners. rvnnlar scenes loo:: plave at iTk'.horetzka.ja. ! General Parsons, at Halifax, lias sng jgested the formation of an Imperial en ilonlal battalion, with hua Iqimrt ?„:;?- in : England, the various colonies wnpnlying [companies. In the Hoiixa of Commons yesterday | Sir C:ivnpliell-B:mnerniaii moved ihe re-! jwtion of the Education Bill in a thini House. j The Pope has appointed a commission; of C.irclinals for the preservation of thel faith against. Protestantism in R-:ne. i _ Stormy scenes created by the oppoii-j i:-i!i social uemocnues tome lar.n run; con finite in the German Rjiclrsia;^. Jf...

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

%FUN.iL Young Wife : ' There is a gentle man in the liberry, dear, who wants to see you*' Young Husband : 'Do you know ' who he is ?' ' Young Wife : ' You must forgive me, dear, but that cough of yours has won'ied me so of iate, and you take such poor care' of your health and — and, oh, if I w^re to lose you my darling ! ' Bursting into tears, Young Husband : 'There, there, dear! Your fondness for me has inspired foolish and unnecessary fears. I'm alright : you mustn't be alarmed. But I'll see the physician, of course, just to satisfy you. Is it Dr. Pellet ?'? Young wife : ' N-o it i.s not a doc ror : it's a- — :s life insuraiice agent.' His First Love. — 'Dearest,' cooed the sweet gin' 'you have told mi' so .-fcen (hat I avn your first love ! Yf.il should fate ever part us, promise me vou'jl nt^vei- show mv lert-'rs. to your next.' 1 How can you speak so. darling ! broke in the young nrm, ? Ymi know I'd never show them. Why. have I ever shown you the letU-vs written me by ? ' Hero ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Useful Hints FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 6 December 1902

: Qseful fHnts* FASHIONS. Short skirts are to be worn again, more especially for walking. And nothing can be said against a fashion so sensible, as here, far away from pavements, when the weather is dry 3rou walk through .several inches of fine dust, when wet soft mud of the same depth. So we shall welcome U1JVJ O11U1 lp OlVii-Uj U II I 1U L1JUOV tJ\J \Jt-KJ, V fully cut or it loses its smartness at once. ' Further you may wear it two inches off the ground, and I whis per this caution : The skirt must be cut same length all the way round, If this is done there will not be that dowdy dip at the back that often mars the , set of short skirts. The cross-cutting of the back seams will do away with the dip, for the stuff stretches quite enough of itself. The following description of a Paris made dress is 'in winter materials but it could be made in summer fabrics, as even white gowns are piped with favoured colours : It was in black and-white Shepherd's plaid, gored to fit a small figure...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY WOMEN WEAR CHARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

WHY WOMKX WKAH CHARMS. Madame P.-rnhardt's lucky charms are like the sands of the sea in num ber, but her most precious charm, if the most gruesome, is the mummy's eve. which she always carries in her shoe when she is acting a new role for the first time. Without this charm sue is hrniiy convinced mat success would lie impossible. Mrs. Kdison, the wife of the great inventor, has ii curious superstition that if she dreams of yuiuea-pigs whilst her sleepless husband is wrestling over a new invention his work will come to nauuiit. l!osa I'onhour. the great painter, always carried a lucky charm about her person. It consisted of a small leaden coinage of St. Antony of Padua. The patron saint of ali things lost had. in Mdlle Bonheur's small eHigy, one large and glowing eye of green. This was an emerald set directly over St. Antony's nose. All sorts of lucky charms are now being worn by society woman, figs, tiny shoes, bits of coal, litlle crosses, lockets ; in fact, every imaginable bit o...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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A WIDOW AND A BABY. (Continued.) CHAPTER III. HER WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 13 December 1902

A WIDOW AfiD A BflBY. (C(il!f:il!h\!}. CHAPTKW III. UKH WA-tXIX';. iv'f'.iri' he ni'ilil t'ftd tor-tain ihii: this was no; :;u illusion, the moon stole from behind :i (.'!(-: i - I, and shone mi rlu' white, sa I fare of Hilda IJruue. His heart !r;i|K'd with juy. She was in trouble, and it was t-i him sle had come ! A' [;ist---:h;mk M ?;! \.*:j '. — at last s!i-' did him jus' ice. But when lit' spranu towards her. and W'tiiM have taken lr.-r hands, shf waved him away. ??! am heiv ro warm you. sheicmt eil. '1 could not lit such a heavy load; --\ ti-i it: I ilf fall iipitn you quife iincx pectedly. Summon up :ill your. ?..?OUl'lL|e. for '.he i-liitld must se.oir hurst.' ?? If I haw your sympathy, your Hood will. I ran calmly !-rnve any misfortunes.' he icp: ifil so ardently, r hat she shrank y-'t fur; her from him. .mil shivered as if a ndd wind had passed over her s!':id'i' frame. ^ - 'S' -tii will mi! think so kindly oi mi' when y»-u know all.' she siirhed -., 'lillt rellielillier. I...

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