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

HANDBILLS, lEcivelopos, ComMi^rcifil Work of all kinds, I*uit£iS)er Stamps. 1 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 — 7 February 1903

Cards, Programmes, ' ' ' Circulars,' Letter Headings, Rote Headings, BILLHEADS.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

I ' . ' - ' ' ' G[peat jVforthcrii JH[oteL ; ;?' ?????.??? !:::';':;::-ii;Ei0;i::;j;iY,; . - ?-;??: 1 fiCl£AN% jtHoj-gi. BYROAI fc I /^ \ V ?£&. \ . O^ \V \/j ) i ( CJv7 H ^'HE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most || \^_y j \^__^syJi\ «^ Till conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention &£ |\\. ! ^^y \ ^ vil^ has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light, and comfort. ^ V Vv3 ! /J\ ## ! The' general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are ^ \\\ ; / (( \ W% tastefuHj' furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony «^f -L/ y ^ i ^ O 3^ which is a veritable ' look out' commanding the most magnificent views of ?*£. ] -K-; the Bay and surrounding country. After a few. moments in this high ?#& H| altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ^ ; SOK come down to the level of every day things. Without doubt the Great &£ j )£# Northern Hotel takes a high plac...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

[?] I I ! I I 7 LI.1IITKI). ? JJNK OF BRISBANE STKAMEHS. ? S.S. LADY MUSGKAVE. Cici^lil :tt Lowcsl E-S:i1«-s. W.M. CUL1JX it SONS, LTD., | .J. KAMSJiOTHAM. Msinuyer. ; OfTico — ^lok'sworth-strcot, Lisnuire. ! Byron Bay Record. | ^sf™** w^k 'srassr w**' ^n c^i '^v^^ i j

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

^.FUN.^ She : ' You don't love me !' He : ' I have kissed you over fifty times during the last hour.' She : ' That's just it. If yon loved, me you would have devoted the en tire hour to one.' ' Mr. Lovehome seems to-be a very kind father. He takes his children i.o the woods every Sunday after noon., 'Yes; he sits under a tree and reads his paper, while they tm«.l wasps' nests and tumble into ditches.1 1 I don't like his dog.' he said, speaking of his rival. ? Why, his dog once saved his life, sho exclaimed in surprise. 1 That's the reason i don't like the dog,* he answeaed bitterly. Cause and EJi'ect. — Enamoured Youth: ' Your father seems worried about something to-night.' Sweet Girl: ' Yes, poor pa has so many business cares. Little Iirother : 'That isn't it: He's mad because the big dog If bought didn't come.' Doctor's Wife : ;I un-l'rst»!:d that Dr. Cureall con lines himself strictly to o Mice practice.' Old Doctor : * Yes : that is why he succeeds. People who are able to walk t...

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Poisoning by the Scent of Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

Poisoning by the Scent of Flowers. Among the stories which have descended to us from the middle ages, of the cunning devices resorted to by the assassins of those perilous time, none are more fas cinating than those which tell of the treacherous gift of poisoning by means of scented bouquets or even single flowers. The scents of to-day is demonstrating that many of these almost incredible tales may have been literally true. Statistics compiled from reports of inspectors of scent factories as well as experiments upon the lower animals, especially frogs. prove mat, not oiuy me stronger scents, but even the more subtle and delicate perfumes of fragile flowers are capable of producing fatal effects upon man. The power of odourous blossoms is not only exerted through the nose find lungs when inhaling their scent , but where the air is heavily charged with perfume, as in a closed room at night, the whole skin is capable of absorbing to some extent the vapour which has a decidedly benumbin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 February 1903

THANKS.   Mr. and Mrs. H. Baker, and Miss Clara McNeill, desires to return their sincere Thanks to the many friends who sent, Telegrams, and letters of condolence to them dur- ing their recent sad breavement by the death of their beloved sister Margaret Alice McNeill.

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CASTLE CRIEFE. (Continued). CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

CflSTIiE GRIEFEJ i {Con! in tied). CHAPTER 1. ! CYVYOHTIMKR Yorke strode on \\\ through the blinding snow. I -i^l scareel.y;feeling it or the bit '' i ing wind, his own happy t houghrs rendering him impervious in the elements and everything else :! lor handsome Mortimer Yorke was on the road t.» Castle Criefe, and Cisfle Criefe he'd the. goddess of his heart, Hilda St. Maur, and all the world was in his eyes conlatrdc ivse,\ even though it was irarbed in snow. He hid fought his wnymanfully for ahont half an hour, and with aj bounding heart lie told himself he) in usr now be near his destination,! when suddenly a low, unearthly cry. apparently almost elose to him, made him stavt back appalled. Mortimer Yorke had faced death in the battle-Held : he had braved pestilence and famine, and had never been known to ilinch from danger in any form : but there was .something in that low. uncanny cry! , which curdled the blood in his veins. '? Aha !' shrieked the strange, un earthly voice. ' Cr...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry and Fiction. Mare Mutabile. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

9 ^*^«=^^^» y tywiM/ ana *J/m«/L Mare Mufabile? What is thy mo:-d to-day, 0 Sea V What is thy mood to-day V Is it sparkling glee and airy grace. Like the joyous lojk on a loved one's face. All brilliant blue, fringed with snowy lace Is that thy mood to-day V What is thy mojd io-dav. 0 Sea V What is thy moo:l to-day ? j Are there' little waves creeping up the1, strand To clasp in their arms the yellow sand V Do we sigh to think, in that, far off land. That there will be ' no more Sea ' 'i What is thy mo;- 1 to-'lay, O Saa ? i What i- thy mood to-day 'i I I* it dark and sullen and tempest-cast. j All brilliance and beauty and brightness past. The wild waves chasing e;ich other fast Is that thy mood to-day ? | What, is thy moo 1 to-day, O Sun ? 5 What is thy moo 1 to-day V Are there Sil eyes \r\z\wg a';ro-«s the main For thoae who will never come home again. And who so'i in the depths of their anguishe 1 pain. Thank GoJ ! there'll be '' no more Sea' V What is thy moo ] fo-day. O Sea. W...

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Queensland Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

Queensland .Items. Mr. Leslie E. Corrie, has been re-elected Mayor of Brisbane, and the citizens are well satisfied, both Mr. and Mrs. Corrie being well liked. During the year just ended they have worked well for the good of the, city. In the Towoomba district rain is u,iiv .TTorifuM -mil nil spf.tions of the community aie full oE fear that the j experiences of last year are to be re- | peated. Business, generally, 'is con- | sequently suffering, and nothing but j arood rainfalls will revive it. ' ; An accident under strange circum- .,, : stances occurred last week at Gatten. ? It seems that after the 5.35 p.m. .: \ passenger train from Brisbane to, ? Toowoomba had left Gatten a report, ; was received that a passenger had jumped off the train about half-a- .. mile from the station. It is* pre sumed that the station-master, Mr. ' Woodgate went in search for tins man. Mr. Woodgate was afterwards found under the Lockyer Creek Bridge in a very critical condition. He never regainedconsci...

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Dare Deviltries. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

Dare Deviltries. ' I remember,' aaiil a bridge contractor some time ago while on the subject of work-men's clare deviltries. '' when work ing at the big bridge across the Niagara, when the two cantilever arms hal ap proached within f)t)ft. of each other, a keen rivalry as to who should be the first to cross suranor un amom: the men. A long plank connected the two arm«. hav ing about, two and a-half feet of support :it each end. Strict orders were issued that no one should attempt to cross the plank upon penalty of instant dismissal. At the noon hour Isuddenly heard a great shout from the men. who were all starting up. Raising my eyes I saw a man step on the end of that plank, stop a minute, and look down into the whirlpool below. I knew he was going to cross, and 1 shouted to him, but he was too high nj'. to hear. Deliberately he walked out un til he reached the middle of the plank. It sagged far down with his weight until 1 could see light between the two short supporting ends and ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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South Coast Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

'Soiif h ' ^oast Items. The Berry Show closed last Satur day, Beautiful weather prevailed, and the attendance from the surround ing districts was large, fully up to expectations. The Gate receipts con siderably exceeded £200, and the revenue from privileges and side shows was greater than at any pre vious shnw Moruya butchers have reduced the price of meat to 5d per lb for best cuts, and others lower in proportion. Bega Hospital income for 1902 was £888, and expenditure £064. The institution now has £1079 to its credit. A rather novel cure for snakebite, says the 'Moruya Examiner,' has recently come to light. A farmer was bitten on the finger by a black snake. He immediately scarified the wound, then called hispoddycalf up, and let him do all the sucking. He suffered no ill effects. Whilst Mr. George Akehurst, of Mudgee, was pulling pears on Sun day, the ladder on which he was standing slipped, throwing him heavily t^o the ground. Both arms were broken, and he was severely bruised. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. $, B- IDareI|ant, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Rssil Property Act, LICENSED AUCTIONEER. PAND and General Commission A«,rent .J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICK. — ~\'\r'K will be prepared to receive Cream V V at the new Factory, Lismore. com mencing WEDNESDAY. 3rd DECEM BER, 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. nSTORTH COAST CO-OPERATJVE ±- COY.. LTD. PIG TRUCKS will leave (lie Sidings as formerly, viz. : Bexhill — Every Monday. Lismore— Every Tuesday. Eltham — Every Tuesday. Nashua— Every Monday. Bungalow— Every Saturday. Mnrwillumbah— Every Saturday. No non-shareholders' piirs taken. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWLNG, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, M II R W I L L V m B AH. Sworn V;ilia:t4or mmlcs* IS--;jI Proporay Act. Ajrent for New Zealand Insurance Co., C1 KT yovir Visiting Cards printed T iit tin; 'Byrox Bay ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

SOUTH BRITISH FIRE A1*D MARINE INSURANCE CO. CAPITAL - - £1,900,000. The SOUTH BRITISH Company has been established in N.S.W. Thrty Years, and is well known to the Public for the promptitude and liberality of its settle ments, for its moderate rates of premium, and for the undoubted security it affords ts policy-ho lders. INSURE YOUR PROPERTY in the SOUTH BRITISH COMPANY. foocal ©A-^nt 09. IS. Jackson, ? byronbay ? Head Office for Queensland and Northern N.S. Wales. 363 and 369 QUEEN STREET, BRISB4ML W. A. RIGBY, Manager. Irs. J. Joyce, fUP-T( )-D ATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. ; SYDNEY PAPERS, j Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening-News, Daily Telegraph, j Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS^ \ ' Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, Week. MELBOURNE PAPERS. Leader and Saturday. andtHE BYRON B AT RE(X)'RD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery, Fancy Goods, All kinds of Patent Medicine. ?? ' ' ?? .. BAKER AND CONFECTION KR. .' . 'j Jim Wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

~]VT E W Fasl, Kxi-i-»ss Bi-WctNkly ~»--l S«j'Vi«rc f« Sydney. THE C. W. NICOLL LINE (Oldest, Established Line running from this district.) THE NEW STEAMERS 'CAVAK'UA' 4 'BORRICiO.' ' The New, Powerful. Fdectric-litrhted.j Hisfh-class and Up-to-date s.s '(lav-' aftJ-aiM O'W.tons (carries British Board | or Tr.i'lo Equipment and Passenger Cer-i tificate.) The ' C.ivanba' has a lar«,'e pro'mouado deck, social hall, smoking room, hot and cold sea-water baths isj handsomely furnished— saloons and two berth cabins. Leaves Sydney kvi-kv! tcks.uay. at 10.8!) p.m.. for Byron Bay. '?ailing at Newcastle only, due 'at Byron B:iy about noon on Thursday. Leaves :ii?inii kvki:y satukhay. at 7. p.m.. and! is due in Sydney on Monday at 4 a.m. The New s.s. ' I-«iri jjo,' -Kill tons, from Svdney kkimay kvkni :??(;. and leaves Bvron Bav for Sydney T--Ks'i.\y. C, p.m. S.S. ?? Wollu-iiilbiii,'— Tweed River; and Sydney about every. eight days. i Fares. —Saloon : .Return £2 ](-s. \ Fore-Cabin l(')s. each ...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

NEWS AND NOTES. Mr. Robert Storks (son of iho late Mr. Serjeant Storks), a governor of King's ,. College Hospital, London, has bequeathed f (iO.ddU to that in stitution. Hatchikian, a chemist's apprentice, who shot Monsignor Ormanian, the n.i ineniaii xriturumwi, -iiim wuiiiiucmi him in the shoulder during mass at Constantinople, has died in prison. The correspondent of the 'Chronicle' suggests that his death was necessary in order to hush the incident. Canada is threatened with an American invasion, owing to the advertisement given by the publica tion of an agreement, made by the Provincial Government, of Ontario with an American syndicate for the placing of f-0.0(JO settlers in that province. Americans are pouring into Ontario, tempted by the good prospects, and are said to be in no way connected with the syndicate. So far as farm values are concerned Ontario has this year passed the ' billion' dollar mark. In propor tion to population the United States stands only half as high as...

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

4 hm-4-li of England. Parish Of Byron Bay. Sunday. February, l.')lh. UM»{. Mullumbiinby. 1 1 a.m. Tyagarnh '.\ ]).tn. Byron Bay, 7.1)0 p.m. FDWIX .1. 1)01)1).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

PHOG^ESS. I — . ? rf H'RXOYKR for six months ending September. 1 ! 1 .*»th 1902 £140,300. 'mHARKS taken up by farmers to date g 431. ' ;rp()TAL Number of Shareholders -| Qg-j -TKTT profits for llalf-vcar ending i'jOtli Septem A i .1.-2 £1603 5^ 11 -THE — Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society ' LIMITKI). ;t7l--» Sussex-Street. Sydney.

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Presbyterian Church of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

S'o-r«.l-.vt-Li-i:i2) - iiui-rli of Ansti'alia. Sunday. Kcbrnary. ]r,rh. I '. K ):J. Kr-dt-ral. 1 1 a.m. S|)i-in,Lrv;de. m2.'.YK p.m. J -:i i i.ltjlI - » w. 7.:-iO p.m. W. \V. WATT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 February 1903

For really chic Dressmaking and Millinery vi.sii Mrs. Kveriu's new Dressmaker (late of Footscray's Melbourne ).'?*

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