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Useful Hints. THE FASHION IN HAIRDRESSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

Useful j+ints* THE FASHION IN HAIRDRESSING. The really fashionable way of do ing the hair is in the Greek style, that is neither high nor low. The hair is placed in the middle of the back of the head, I should say on a line with one's nose when you look at yourself en profile. The front of the hair is raised and undulated slightly, and then carried over a pad to the middle of the head at the back, where it is made into puffs and coils. The sides are full but not unduly so. The tucked-in Pom padour arrangement', with a queue at the back, has been top extensively patronised to be ranch in favour with the smart woman, and it is cer tainly a fashion which lacks distinct ion when not completed by a hand some picture hat. Another waj- is to puff the sides over a circular pad and keep the' front hair very high, and then by the help of a comb keep it in position behind the pad, the ends are then brought smoothly down to the base of the neck ami coiled very low down indeed. With this style, ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

SOUTH BRITISH FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. CAPITAL - - £1,900,000. The SOUTH BRITISH Company has been established in N.S.W. Thirty 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 alVoivls its policy-holders. INSURE YOUR PROPERTY in the SOUTH BRITISH COMPANY. bocal esAjgcnt 09. B. ^jacfoon, ? byronbay ? Head Office for Queensland and Northern N.S. Wales. 363 and 365 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. W. A. RIGBY, Manager. mi a. iii iiuyiiuj f UP-TO-DATE NEW8 'acjency AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS, | Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, j Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslandcr, Week. [ ITII]LBOl!R^r: PAPERS. Louder and Saturday. . j and ?p'Vl-^MIV P \ V I ^ \?( U VP I - I THE Jj- 1 ±\\ ) l\ ]-A 1 ivJlA \)\\\). j BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapi'ry, Fancy (ioods,j All kinds of Pa...

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

EVASfONS are employed either to avoid speaking the truth, or perform ing a good action. Hence a lover of the real and true, as well as the ten der-hearted and benevolent, hold them in direct and unspeakable ab horrence. On a recent occasion, when the new Privy Councillors were being sworn in at Buckingham Palace, tho King gave yet another proof of his good sense and genial bonhomie. The first of the newly-chosen Privy Councillors who approached the King was forced to kneel upon the bare boards of the highly-polished oak floor. The King noticed' this, and realised the acute discomfort lii.ti must have been caused. He said nothing, but with his own hands drew forward a footstool, so that the next recipient of the honour who bow ed before him should have a comfortable substance to kneel upon. Most monarch* even if they had noticed the circumstance, would have signed to a lord-in-waiting, who. in turn, might have told an equerry, who would have passed on the message for a footstool to a...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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CASTLE CRIEFE. (Continued). CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

CflSTM CRIEFE. (Coii!i.:iu\;). CHAPTER V. If T had been no suicide, the doc-j I* for had emphatically said.J Jv when he had exaiiiined the re- 1 i mains of the unfoi tuuate girl.j Lilias Lynton had been murdered. j basely and cruely murdered, and thej miscreant who had taken her life had | taken it in a cowardly, (i'iulisli!y,: cold-blooded manne:-. Sli»' wa.^ wtiibbcil through f.hfj lijick. The ns-i sassin .must have crept up behindj her, and inflicted the wound withi such deadly force that de:.ith mustj have been almost instantaneous. ! The unhappy father and sister! were almost boside themselves with' grief, and the ruoun.ful little crowd] of friends and sympathisers who had leathered in the cottage were scarcely less ?dfected. j One thought sprang to each heart alike after the doctor had delivered his verdict — a thought which seem ed to emanate as if one voice from every tongue, 'Mark Stanning was; the murderer !'. j Then the village constable, at-! tt'iided by the men who had ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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A Dream and a Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

oA Dream and a Da^. j How many happy summers yet, j Now many times the bird, the ro ??-.-. ! Ere 'tis to sleep and to forget ? : Iherss never a heart that knows. | H--w oft shall come the s-imni'jr weather j Alon' the field, the -_rreonwi»o 1 way. ' And lover :ind loved one be together '/ There's never a heart can say. And ever a heart why should it say ? V/hat would love have of ioy --r sor row ? Lovo. with \U dream, its dream and a 'lav- Has never a tho ight for the morrow.

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

I j-irk's Pier J^oteL | j ? ; ! BYKON BAY' ,; Excellent Ac4'.ouiuE«-Ialion. Best Ales, Wines, :iimI S|-iiifs. Best of Table*. fl-,ver- AUeutimt. 1 ! ?;.| $n:nple au-] Billiard Kooius, Experieueed and Careful -iro-»iii. Hotel Wagonette meets all Arrivals by Sea ami Train, I =, | i 4 S this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms ! AS A SUMMER RESORT. ! A. T. KIKK. PROPRIETOR, i f ! i. i J. -$. ioeke & Co., j : GENERAL STOKEKEEPKK'S. BYRON BAY. The elieajM'St and lu-sr Imuse in tin- trade Tor evei'Vthinir. --«-' ? ? ,-6-,-a:' 1 ^o- Go t-- .1. (i. Lueke A: Co., for Hooliny1 Iron all lenyths l]d in-i- foot. £* [ r _ °:o: (in to J. (';. l.ockf \- (.'o.. for Best American J-arl)ed Win-* l.f-s in-r eoil. ^^ ? N. \\ I '** (io to .1. (i. Locke i-: Co., for Men's & Boy's Suits, (.'heapest and Best. %% C\ « ? I c==5^nV\ t-t- ^:) to *'? ^* ^Jll(--1-(' l^ (-'-- f'1' ^Im'f Colonial Tweed Ti'ousers from ') ti ...

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Poetry and Fiction. Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

i tyveti'U ana '^rictwn. Uife. Give in j the strength \v.\\ height Ot' glorious life, — The dazzling light. The straining and the strife. Love, p:nsion, hope. In their divinost scope. High winds on mighty s-'a*. The s tor in that fre-j-i ' Wild torrents, threat and gay With sudden power, Not the soft spring-time shower. And if the storm should kill. The torrent dro.vn So he it still. Still let me snatch the er-- .vn Life has to give. And cry. but once 1 live !

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / t-. B. Warrant, BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act, LICENSED AUCTIONEER. TAND and General Commission Ajjent _J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factory, Lisniore. com mencing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER, l'.KVi.' W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. | ?A.TORTH COAST CO-OPERATIVE .IN COY-., LTD. PIO TRUCKS will leave the Sidings as formerly, viz. ?. Bexhill— Every Monday. Lisniore— Every Tuesday. Eltham— Every Tuesday. Nash u a. — E v ery M o 1 1 d ay . Bansjalo w — Every Sa turday . Mui-willumbah — Every Saturday. No non-shareholders' pies taken. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R C. EWING, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, IN U R W I L I. V 1VI BAH. Sworn Valuator uaidor llvul Property Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co., GET your Visiting Cards printed at the 'B...

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The Low Archipelago Cyclone. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

The Low Ar«hip«la8fo Cycloiw. News received from Tahiti by the Ovalau gives particulars of the cy clone which devastated the Low Archipelago on January 1;\. ^ The cyclone struck the Marqueasas Group at the same time, doing considerable damage. A severe shock of earth quake was also felt at the island of JNapo. me isianus oi nuwuicir «wm Marokau were swept completely, not a house remaining, while some hundreds of natives lost their li vis at the latter place. At Tamkuma two large villages were, desi roved. Fifteen persons were drowned, the same number losing their lives at Raroia Island. Hikewin, which was opened last October to pearlshell fishing, and which carried a population of 1000 persons, suffered most severely, every vestige of inhabitation being swept away.' The loss of life here is esti mated at over 401). Grave fears are entertained of the safety of several schooners which were in the group at the time. Up to February 7 no news of them had been received at Papeete. Over SO...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

I n\T£ W Fast, Express Bfr-W-M'kly ?IX ?-: Service t**J§ydiie-. THE C. W. NICOLL LINE (Oldest B-ttablished Line running from this district.) ... -.. THB'NEW STEAMERS k*€AVAI¥BA' A 'DOKBKiO.' The New, Powerful, Electr.ic-lijjhted, Hisjh-ulass ami Up-to-date s.s. ' Cav siilUa,*' fi;-.) tons (carries British Board (--' Tr lie E iiiiprneiit and Passenger Cer tificate.) »The ''Cavanba' has a large, protnen lie deck, social hall, smoking , room, hot arid cold sea-water baths, is ! hrindsonely furnished -saloons and twp byrth cabins. Leaves Sydney kvkkv T'JKShay. at 1O.5JQ p.m.. for Byron Bay. eillinjj at Newcastle only, due at Byron TBiy abo-.it nodn on Thursday. Leave? a'^ain kvkky saickday. at 7. p.m:. anr; i-- due in Sydney on Hondayat4 a.m. The New s.s. 'DorrigTO,' 4(K- tons, from Svdney kuiuay kvkn inc. and leaves Bvron B iv for Sydney tcksmay, C- .p.m. S.S. 4k Woliiltibin,'.'- Tweed River aid Sydney -about every eii,'ht- days. Fares.— Saloon : Return £2 10s. F\)r --Cabin UK each way...

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

? ~ ~ ? ? . . ? ? y\ Ross Creek was like a surging sea. * It is impossible to estimate the damage, but the calamity is unprecedented r The Supreme Court sat till 10 minutes to 1 o'clock, Judge Chubb not adjourning. Rescuers at the hospital include Colonels Chauvel, Tunbridge, Subinspec tor Quilter, the police, and the p!ir™£n Battery Artillery. On Ross Island the Church of England was complete h \ decked, the O,id?ellows' Hall was utterly demolished, and scores of cottages were shifted and unroofed Thirteen In es were lost during the gale, including those ol Mrs. Hunt and infant, Mrs. Gnmman. and the Misses Rowe (?-), who were drowned in Ross Creek by the upsetting of a boat. One section ot the Ross Creek Bridge, sank 3ft. ' Brisbane Courier.

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

TT^ANXEPi-PW)batrone1' for the VV Lismore Hospital, Applica tions, with medical certificate of health1; will' he received up til)' noon on ITRIDAY, the 20th MARCH. Application forms and full particulars as to terms and conditions may be obtained from the Secretary. J. MACGREGOR DUNN, Hon;, Sec, Box No. 12, P.O., Lismore. Lismore, lith March, I'.MK-J. Bgr0n Bag Jltetvxii, HBRI SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIGHTS . MAINTAIN, . UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBEO BY GAIN ; HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS | DRAW, | SATURDAY. MARCH 14. !?)(«.

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CYCLONE AT TOWNSVILLE. TOWNSVILLE, March 9, 11.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

CYCLONE AT TOWNSVILLE. (By Special Urgent Wire.) Townsville, March 9, 11.40 p.m. At midnight last night the wind suddenly shifted from the north to north-west. Sunday was hot and dry, and the night very oppressive, this morning a stiff breeze was blow ing from the north-west, but nothing when the wind increased in force. The barometer fell rapidly. At 11 o'clock it was blowing a gale, and at 12 a hurricane was raging, and con tinued till 1 o'clock. Then the bar ometer fell still lower, and the wind swooped round from the south-east. The barometer at a quarter-past 2 was 28.-SoGin., which was the loAvest reached : Widespread' Destruction. Every part of the town and su burbs suffered terrible damage. The English Cathedral and rectory, the Catholic new church, the Grammar j School, the School of Arts, and the Queen's Hotel (old and new build ings) were severely damaged. Build ings in every locality were unroofed, j Seven Hotels. | From the Newmarket corner to the causeway were damaged ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. j , Dr. I nnes Mackay deeply .regrets I that he was 'unable'- to visit- the Bay I on Wednesday 4th inst.. his absence I was unavoidable owing to pressing I business on the Clarence. But in I future- Irs presence on every Wed- I nesdriy may be relied upon. I The extraordinary meeting of the I shareholders in the North Coast Co- I ojj. Coy. Ltd. will take place in I McLean's Hall next Wednesuay. I Sai.k. — On Wednesday last Mr. -J, I N. Ferguso1! (Mr. W. Moses in con- I junction) conducted a very success I ful cleuring-out sale at Federal on I Mr. Horsey 's farm, when the high- I est price real i sad for a cow was I £1.;\ 2s 6il., and the average was . I £8 2s ?-?!. I'orldy heifers brought I up to &\ 4s per head, a mare and I foal viy 2s 6d, separator £:?}(), while I store pigs sold at £1 J2s. I People of the Bay are warned to I guard against snakes as they are very I prevalent just now, even where I traffic is continuous, a black snake I was killed near the...

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

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS — AND — ? General Blacksmith, — - [Established 181)1.] ? o ? \ VEHICLES made to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best ' 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. j For Prices and Full Particulars. J. W. BRIBER, Proprietor. Agent for Pot tie iy Son's. Horse Medicines. ! -— ——^^^—^—— —— —————— ^__—_^_^__ i I }{. Everitt, Bafcer (Confectioner, and (Senegal Storekeeper, . — BYRON BAY. — A -'ltoi--- and Hp-to-Date Slock always on view. m— gnani^Mniiii , M DRAPERY, | Mr GROCERY, Mfa- BOOTS & SHOES, ^%_ CLOTHING, | 9m ^ hosiery, ! 1 IRONMONGERY, i^_ etc., etc. | i iTBillinery ami Dressmaking Done at shortest noiiee. j j Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. i i ..JWiMiLBU..U.UL-.^__, ? MM ? ^a^l j PLUMBER AND GALVANISED ...

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

HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work of \ all kinds, ltnbbcr Stau3|-s. 1 GIVE US A TRIAL.

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

. 1 ? Cards, Programmes, ' Circulars, Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS.

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

fereat JVorthcFn j^otel, B Y R O N B AY. ?'? ? ?-,' jl ?' ?'.'?? ' ? ?-.','? . ??]!-. ? ? j* ?? ? '. ? ? ? — — — — ? - ? — ? ~ ' \is'x' ' *J v-y ? ? ?--?&?. - ,i »f ? ? ^ ' ? If 1 &eat/Wm5? !L^ ^ Si :' ' ;i' 1: ^ H. ^~ ' =;;==— -_ ,-^srsz-^ ? =;=- ?^==-- — 2^r — . M f \i Si ( QJJ/J -g 9irH!-: GRKArr ^OKTHEKN HOTEL, has ul ways bt?cn r.oti!(l as a most §J IV f ^ \ i! fi' ^__!^7/ c^-K Ttf conveniently situated, ami well managed liostflry. Every attention *^ 1avS~'^ j !^ I' ^-rz^/ll ^' ^- has l)een given to good architecture, ventilation, light and, coini'oTt.- i^J \\vN-__^^ :.! |; -=:/// *v Tlie general arrangements of the liotel are charming. The rooms ar(j ^ \\\^ ^-i ||- s (I \ *'^ tastefuHy furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony ^V \\Nv ''I |i ( ' O ^-J which i.s a veritable ' look out ' connnanding the most magnificent views of. ^ \ \\ n. !lj i1 -*' the Bay and suiTounding country. After a few moments in this high ?& ^ J I |; '? ^...

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

[?] ! * '*' i | ! i \ Win. CoJlin & Sons9 ! ? UXK OF BWIWHANK STEA^IKRS. ? S.S. LADY MUSGEAVE.; Fii'iulil :«3 Lowest ISatcs. , ! WM. COLLIX \- SONS. LTD., l J. HAMSJJOTHAM, .-rau»iri'i-. j Oilice — Molesworth-street, Lisinon;. ', ? ? ? i \ ? j | j i ! l Byron Bay Record. ^— ^r* A !?? alfitgl BUxsmy 2d ^ : UP^TO^D^TE. i

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DAIRY GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

DAIRY GOSSIP. It is the sensitive, highly organ-1 ised cows, that will yield the mosti profit and will respond quickly to; good care and kind treatment, and! they likewise suffer most from abuse! and starvation. ? Give the heifer careful attention.; She is not a full grown animal, andj needs more food than does the ina-i ture cow. The first season's milking is a severe strain upon her, and she must not be allowed to run down I and become thin and weak. i You may think you know which1 is the most profitable cow in the dairy herd without testing the individuals, but the chances are that a thorough and systematic test will greatly sur prise you. It is possible to know to a certainty, and this pays handsome ly. Dairying has become, owing to the competition it is compelled to meet, a complex industry, which takes in the whole of the breeding, feeding, and directing1 the individuality of the cow, and a complete understand ing of the principles of milk-giving so that the cow, care, food, a...

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