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COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

COMMENTARIES. A'!' a muchly disturbed tiif-liny lield in Sydney on the lDtli iusl.. Sir Wil liam I.yne |tathetirally said 'Tliev had ()? -en aerused o!' doin-4' nntliin^ during a lonirand arduous session extend ing over 17 months, and he would ask them to look hack throityli tin e.irly history of any federation they could think of and sec if iln-v (.-oiild lind anything like so umcli k'^isla tiou carrieil out durini; ihe first ses sion nf; any federation as had lieen: carried out in the ( 'oniuiniiwealth Parliament of Australia.'' In the estimation of must people those 17 months have been tlitteivd away at picnics, mutual admiration meetings, and on Liriind tours. How wonder fully unknown are most im-n untu themst.'lves. like ^Ivsop's lly they sit on a chariot wheel, and exclaim ' Lo. what a dust I do raise!'' Our Fed era! statesmen have- fallen upon evil; limes : like the servants of -dd that! were jjivi'ii the various talents, their time has come in show what they: have' done. Who...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

[?] In an advertisement by an express company of some unclaimed goods, : the letter '1'. dropped from the : word ' lawful,' and it read : ' Peo- f pie to whom these packages are. v. directed are requested to come and pay the awful charges on the same.' . .. The Shah is a mighty hunter, a , ?ood shot, and an enthusiastic sports- . man. Big game is his delight. And like, like all; the sportsmen of his country, uses'a smooth bore and a bullet. Of course royal hunts are, to a certain' extent, battues. A strange incident of Eastern life, but rt true one occurred some years back at one of these royal huntings. As usual, a couple of regiments accom panied the Shah on his hunting party. The men acted as beaters. A tiger was wounded, and was making off under the King's eyes.. The royal second barrel whs discharged, but did not kill the wounded animal. Fearful of losing his quarry, the King was reloading ( muzzel-loadeis are still .preferred by Persians), when a private soldier seized the tig...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

(Jable |4eWs. London, Moiulav. The reforms proposed I»y Russia and Austria to bu carried out in Macedonia by Turkey have been .submitted to the (Irand Vizier Ferid Pasha. Tlie proposals deal] exclusively with the administration, the equitable collection and the application of taxation, and do t.ot raise Imperial racial! or sectarian questions. j Hie Sultan has thanked Prince Ferd inand of Bulgaria for arresting members of the Macedonian revolutionary com-! in it tecs. M. Sara f of has equipped seven fresh) .Bulgarian armed bauds of ~2b\) men each.j Tiie Powers insist upon the Porte ap-i pointing an Tuspector-(.U;neral over the Macedonian provinces for three years and that he shall be empowered to use troops) without consulting the Porte, also that the '?eii'larmerie shall be reorganised by expert European officers and shall include Christians in proportion to the popula tion. The ' (irenzboten ' publishes an article which is supposed to be inspired by t.lie German Emperor with regar...

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Useful Hints. ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

Qseful .pints ♦ ODDS AND ENDS. Large Bags, made of brown wrap ping paper, will be found very con venient receptacles for many articles of wearing apparel which are not to be used for a season. To Take Marks Off Varnished Furniture' — Wet a sponge in com mon spirits of camphor, and apply it freely to the furniture. It has nearly, | if not quite, the same effect as var 1. nish has, and is much cheaper, | Boots and Shoes may be rendered I permanently waterproof by soaking I them for several hours in thick soap I water. A fatty acid is formed in I the leather by the soap, which makes I it impervious to water. I Rose Lip Salve. — Take 4 oz sweet 1 almond oil, 2 oz mutton suet freed I from skin, | oz white wax, 1 ok sper 5 maceti, and 10 drops of otto of roses ; | steep a smali quantity of ulkanet root in oil, and strain before using ; melt the suet, wax, and spermaceti, and add the oil and otto of roses. To Hemove Iron-mould Stains from household linen put 2 drachms ! of hydrochloric aci...

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Telegraphic News. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

(pele-£raf)r?ic J^^Ws. | ? «» — — Adklaidk. Mondav. A serious stabbing affray took! place on Saturday night at Gawler. Several youths the worse for liquor were returning home near midnight, when Joseph Baldock, it is alleged, slabbed William Gundy in the face, shoulder, and back with a pocket! knife. Both are 19 years of age.| Baldock was arrested on a charge! of unlawfully wounding, but has been remanded, as Gundy is too weak to appear. C.UIDKN. Over 400,000 sheep from drought stricken parts of the country are be ing pastured in the Burragorantr Valley. Stkoud. Some excitement was caused yes terday when it became known that Mr. W. Fell's paddock was on lire. Mr. Fell sent f-or assistance, and about 20 residents were soon on the spot. Their promptness probably saved much damage being done, as the fire was only 200 yards from the homestead and a wind was blowing. Only a small area of grass was burnt. Ulmahha, Monday, j The Rev. Dr. Dill Macky preached here last night. He said an impr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 February 1903

SOUTH BRITISH FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE ''CO. CAPITAL - - £1,900,000. The SOUTH BRITISH Company has been established in N.8.W. Thirt\ Years, aiid is well known to the Public for thn promptitude and liberality of its settle ments, for its moderate rates of premium, and for the undoubted security it afford* its policy-holders. INSURE YOUR PROPERTY in the SOUTH BRITISH COMPANY. bocal -M|ent 09. B. ^acRson, ? byronbay ? Head Office for Queensland and Northern N.S. Wales. 363 and 369 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. W. A. RIGBY, Manager. is. JTloyceT r UP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS, ? Town and Country. Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, Week. MELBOURNE PAPERS. Leader and Saturday. ANIW BYRON BAY RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery, Fancy (roods,; All kinds of Patent Medicine. J BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. . | Jim 'Wilson,| Builder ami Contractor...

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Poetry and Fiction. Time Enough Yet. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

[?] (Pirne 6nou$l7 ^et. rl here's no doubt thai she loved him, And that very much, But on one certain subject She never would touch ! She had promised to marry Too foiid to say nay - But he could not persuade her To fix on the day ! All his plausible pleadings she waywardly met With. ' 0 don't be a fidger- there's time enough yet !' O'er this answer lie brooded. Was very much hurt, All the more as he noticed Her frequently flirt ! All in vain he oft warned her Such conduct was light. For she laughingly told him j To keep o;it of siyht ! He could stand it no longer, iiis purpose was set ! ' K will find a ue v sweetheart there's time enough yet 1! She soon misse I his attentions. j And penitent urie v : j ? 0 111 never flirt more-, dear Excepting with you ! ' But he answered her coldly. j ' Don t trouble. 1 pray. I For I'm pledged to auot.her. And wt:il her to-day I I am thankful inde.ii! I am out of yourj net : Don t despair— men an: foolish— there's time enough yet.'

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

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — — - General Blacksmith, ? [Established 1 891. ]? ? o ? \7'KHICLES made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming lone 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. BROKER, Proprietor. Agent for Pot tie iv. Son's. Horse Medicines. ? z____ ? — ^— ? „ . ? I I j Bafter Confectioner, and (Senegal Storekeeper, ! j — BYRON HAY. - j A Choice :and Up-to-Dale Se «-?!». alvray.s osj vi«in.v. M DRAPERY, mr grocery, JMT*- BOOTS & SHOES, BK clothing, flf * HOSIERY. 1 IRONMONGERY, ^_ etc., etc. ^liiaiBiery and B):M-ss.-jiakiisy l- -ii-- al sli«»rle«»t iiotiru'. Bread delivered all over the District at 4cl. per Loaf. ,±yu ^fljTiy ? ££.££* PLUMBER AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, IS y rou Kay, KxeciiU'S all orders in...

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Storms on the British Coast. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

Sioivns on th-» BSrilisBa -:^;in{. Lf »:; in mi. Siinday. Heavy gales ami wrcjks have occunvd on tliu British co. ist-. 1 lie steamer Fin gal, for Australia driggod her anchor ami became strai.»K:d at Nortliwall. Incoming steamers report the worst hurricane ex perienced off flic British casts for I'D years. A violent .storm with an ensuing fioo'.l (.?an --ed great damage in the north of -in- land and the west of S-otlaml. Soin-i damage was also done to Knglisb break waters and harbours. Great damage was I . . . -i r i i it* i * done at i-Lanciiester aim ij;verpo«-i.. A train with ten carriages was blown side down across the other set of metals on the viaduct at Ulverst.Mie ( Lanca- shire). ':'-') persons l»ein» injured. The' root' of the MjtliO'list minister's resilience at Helton Le Hole (Durham) was destroyed. The Minister, who was asleep, was killed, while his wife was seriously injured. The storm unroofed many buildings in Dublin where, several fatalities a-v re ported. Later. T...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [It is distinctly to be borne in mind that we do not by inserting letters convey any opinion favourable to their contents. No notice whatever will be taken of anony mous letters, nor can we return those that are rejected. Letters should be brief and written oh ons side of the paper, only.] To the Editor Byron Bay Record. . Sir. — I would like to draw your at tention to a long standing grievance in connection with the Byron Bay Railway Station, and the public al wnys look fco that noble benefactor — the Press to ventilate b.uia fide griev ances in the interests of the people. The increase of trade and traffic at Byron Bay, through the Kilting of the Tweed Heads bar, necessitates extra officials, machinery, and through system of conducting business. In the first place you are entitled to a Station-master, and let Byron Bay collect freights, and issue tick ets, and get the credit like any station house gets on any other line in the State, then she will hold her o...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

BRIEF MENTION. The illness of Mr. O'Connell,1 Queensland Minister for Lands, is said to be of a serious nature. He is rumble to recognise his relatives. Another death occurred from plague at Brisbane on Sunday. The victim was a young man, a ? partner in a well-known Queens-street (inn ol drapers. Over 150 cases ol' an epidemic re sembling typhoid occurred at Char ters Towers in February. A visitor to Marulan last week states that the town was in a great state of excitement over the tiger recently reported there. A local clergyman who spent some time in India believes the tracks to be those of a tiger, and points out that when sheep have been killed only portions ol: the. bodies are eaten, as is the cus tom with tigers. The teacher of a school a few miles from the town states that no children have attended school this week. Miss Crawford, of Molong, has been appointed matron of the Lis jnore Hospital. There were \'A, applicants for the position. ! Floods in Pennsylvania submerged, ?H...

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

|J-irk's Pier J^otel | B Y II 0 N B A Y j i:\iollonl A4'-'omiiio(lalion. Best Ales, Whirs, and Spirit*. B-»sl ol T;il-l-s. i:vrs- Af inalion, ; i j i j S:i ltple and liilliai-d Rooms. Exiu'iicucod and - arcfnl -;rooni. llotol Wai^oiKlM' mccis ail \niva!- Uy S.vn asid I rain. \ i VS tliis Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its. Charm.-, i '. AS A SUMMER RESORT. \ A. T. KIRK. PROPRIETOR. j J. G[. Iioekc A Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S. MYRON HAY. Tin- cheapest ami best house in t lit* trade for everything. *?-» ? ? ^... ? .---.-? ' *,* (iii tn .1. (i. I.nrki' ^ Co., for Roofing Iron all lenyths 1 j d per foot. j£ ^ (in to -I. (J. l,ocke »V: Co.. foi1 Host American IJarhed Wire lf-s per coil. JJ ?vX r\ *'£ (Jo to . I. (1. Locke it -'o., for Men'sA: Hny's Suits. Cheapest and Best. £* H /? : ^sA^j/^ ^.Z -'(» to .1. (J. Locke it Co.. for Men's Colonial Tweed Trousers from ;'- i\ pair. .----? -\\i/s^ ^^0^= ^Xv (io to J. (I. Lo...

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Popularity of Dark Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

Popularity of Dark Women. A statistical in-|iiiry undertaken by Dr. Bed dot* has brought out the curious fact that in Kngland a bru nette lias 10 chances of being mar ried to nine chances if she is a blonde, and the English women are gradually losing their fairness of skin and hair in darker types, sim ply because men persist in selecting the darker-haired women fuv 'wives. The same thing is happening in Germany, France, and Switzerland.

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

^1$ jppm fug %^to- CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / . i j ft. 1. flDarrfjam, | BYRON BAY, I Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER, j I AND and General Commission Agent J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT - For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). NOKTII COAST CO-OP. CO. !? LIMITED. ' i — NOTICE. — ~Y\7~E will be. prepared to receive Cream \ V at the new Factory, Lismore. com meticiim WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER, 1 !)!--. W. II. CLIFFORD. Secretary. 'VTORTU COAST CO-OPERATIVE j r\ COY., LTD. I 1*1 G TRUCKS | will leave the Sklingr. as formerly, viz. :', Bexhill -Every Monday. j Lismore- -Every Tuesday. | Eltham— Every Tuesday. j Xashua — Every Monday. i B i nua low —Every Saturday. : Murvillnmbah- ? Every Saturday. No non-sharoholders' p;-_-s taken. W. H. CLIFFORD, j Secretary. ! i r. c. Ewma, ! Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c; Government Assessor, i !JS V K W 3 I, 1L II ill IS A II . '? Svras_a Valaissfoa* bbbg^^-e* ISeraS J l*v-...

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Sensational Incident in Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

Sensational Incident in Court. During the sitting of the Criminal Court ;it Bendigo on the afternoon of the 25th inat., a man named John Ball, alias Woolfe alias McBride, who had been convicted on a charge of stealing 13 head of cattle, made desparate attempt to commit suicide. Ball was placed in the dock to be sentenc ed, the Associate put the usual question whether he wished to say anything before sentence was passed, Ball answered in a low but perfectly clear tone, I our Honor I have been leading a dog's life this last six years. Rather than go to Pentridge for another term, I'll cut my throat.' To the horror and the amazement of the peo ple in court the prisoner produced a knife Dlade, and before anyone could interfere slashed the weapon across his throat. Several constables made a rush, and scram bling over the railings of the clock seized hold of the prisoner. They were not in time, however, to prevent the man from gashing his throat three or four times with the blade. The wea...

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

1SJ'EW Fast, Express Bi- Weekly JJN Service to Sydney. - THE CTC NICOLL LINE u (Oldest Established Line running from this district.) THE NEW STEAMERS . 'CAVAN«A'& 'WDStRlGO.' The Now. Powerful, Electric-lisrhted, Hit?h-':lass and Up-to-date s.s. u Cav anba;1 f- )0 tons (carrios British Board or Traie E juipniont and Passenger Cer tificate.) The ''Cjivanba.' has a large promenade deck, social hall, smoking room, hot and cold sea-water baths, is handsomely furnishel -saloons and two berth cabins. Leaves Sydney kvkk\ TCKrviAY. at 10JD p.m.. for Byron Bay. lulling at Newcastle only, due at Byron I B iv ab'o'it noon on Thursday. Leave* I n;'ain kvkkv s\ti;kday. at 7. p.m.. am'' -* is due in Sydnev on Monday at 4 a.m. The New s.s. 'Dorrijjo,' 4!H) tons, from Svdney kkjmay kvk.vini;. and leave? Byron B iv For Sv-lnev ti-i:si»ay. -- p.m. S.S. ' Wollu cafem,' -Tweed River and Sydney about every eight days. F-ark*.— Saloon : Return £2 K-s. Foiv-Cabin Ids. each way. Agent* :a* w,ns'iio...

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

Dressmaking. B)rs. (Etorffi, HAS secured the services of a first -class. Dressmaker, (late iof Footscray's. Melbourne) and is iprepared to execute the very highest jclass of w -rk. in Reception, Ball, and iOccasional Dresses. Style and Fit ^guaranteed. ! 4jJi*'«' a Trial. iVou «*aiD't miss 8iiv lai^c iWw i Shut, *Ji8!'I-'.v-n!., Eiyroii Kay. B T$\*$ Bailey, ? OO .^'DRKSSJIAKKK. BYKOX BAY. , P-9: it* SATISFACTION ^»^ -* -*.?-%. GUARANTEED --, qtl jy O c-O C-O OC C-O ?CrOOJ00 0*-0-0-0-C--0 0'0 i o o- -- -? 6 -?? o ?? c-o o 0 6 P o o o -9 ?£? o o- -?. -y -9- -O; -* pi^OGHESS. riprRXOVFR for six months ending September. ~^M^ ^^ 1 ,».i. isjo-2. £140,300. ij HARKS taken up by farmers t.i date 6 997 rpOTAL Number of Shareholders 'j '| 59. ^'^ KTT profits for Malf-vear ending iiOth Septeni - ber.i:.i-2. ' ? £1603 5- I' ?THK — Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITKI). 3?l*f- Siissi'v-SUTel, SyiJiiry. - :-;i-tlif-ni!-It'i-. \\ Ekm'Iw 'ci^lif. Blaek^Miidi Ac. At.. Johnson Slrt'cl, IS. vi on E5...

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

Ciiiu'rh 4-ri]ii^Iaoi-i. Paimsh O;-' l)Vi{o\ May. Sunday. March ,S:h, l'.HlH. Brooklet, 1 1 p.m. Ban.Lralow 2.X'\ p.m. Byron B iy. 7..')i) p.m. K'lAVIX J. DODO.

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Bible Burning at Fiji. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

iJjblc Kiti-citEi^ at Fiji. (.'ardinai Moran when addressing-1 members of the Hibernian Australian, Catholic Benefit Society on February '27th inst.. declared tha1 the charge; of Bible-burning in Fiji was false. Me said : 'There is an old maxim.' ?rive some people plenty of rope, and! they would make good use of it. The use of that particular rope is that Miev have fashioned to themselves a1 beautiful halter. They have made; 'hat baiter, and they are so enamour ed of it that they have hanged them selves. (Laughter and cheers. ) You would suppose there would he no danger of all these reports having any foundation to rest upon, and l\ am happy to say tha: lean give die most emphatic contradiction to them.! (Cheers.) For some time . I have had 'his iinfo-mation. that all this matter! about the Bible-burning was mere matter got up by a certain clique in Suva ; but as late as Wednesday last I received a telegram from headquar ters in Suva, and it deed ires : ''Tele gram concerning burnin...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. March, 5th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 March 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. March, 5th 1903. Ca va 11 ba s.s ftT.'J tons Ctptaiu J. H. Uunterj ?''ro:n Sy Inev. I'lissenier-i : ? -Mailauies' DriMiimoud. Kiland. Adilisou and child. Moi'ton. .Moore. ?lamisoti. Duncan andi children. Smith. Sharp. Rnbinson. WoodJ Gillou. Taylor Wilson. Misses Quirk. Hart. Roland. Moore. Levill. .Jamison. (Sillius (2). Smith. Jt'iliiuson. Messrs/ Robinson, I-J.irbo'ir. Oxenford. Woo!-, Iriiliju (-2\ R iss. W.-.»:i.l. Noble (?_'). jJ'a.v lor (;\). Ci|»ps. Fenwick. Smith. Kuox. WiUon. Hill. Secombe. .lauieisoii, (H), Sn'.l van Ho irke. (lallen. C leers. Adams. Hriaut and family (li). .M-dian 2. Best.; Hays. Ridiclitfc. Ami IS in the Steerage. | FRKKStlT. ?JIMTonsCJener.il Merchandise. -I Cows,; and 'J Horses. REPORT, ; Left Sydney at midniu'ht on Tuesday.l Called at the usual Ports, and arrived in; Byron Bay at 111 p.m. Thursday. j Experienced strons.' Northerly winds, with confused hiiih sea throutihuut. Bgrun Bag Becarir. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHT...

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