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BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

BYRON BAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The usual monthly meeting of the | Progress Association was held in the School of Arts on Thursday even I ing the 5th inst., after having been postponed on previous occasions for want of a quorum. On this oc casion there were present : Messrs. J. E, Glasgow (president, in the chair), 0. B. Wareham (secretary)' Armstrong, u. Jarman, W. J). Jack son, and several others. Minutes of! last meeting were read by Mr. Wareham, and confirmed on the motion of Mr. Jarman, seconded by Mr. Armstrong. i CORRESPONDENCE. Outwards ? To R. D. Meagher, Esq. M.P., requesting him to wait upon the Under Secretary, for Lands, to ask if he will cause the Byron Bay Allotments (usually offered at the Land Office, Lismore) to be sold at Byron Bay, instead of Lismore. ? To the Engineer in Charge of Har bours and Rivers Department, Bal lina, asking for the services of the dredge ?' Antleon,'' as Captain Htin tttr omplains that portion of the Bay viz., between the two buoys and tow...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic News. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

r^I^rapfyic j^Ws. SvMNKY. Tuesday. Ihe State Governor has withdrawn his acceptance of the invitation to attend the St. Patrick's D.iy banquet. Mr. Crick savs he was quite in accord with his ?jolloacjues on the question of not making St. Patrick's day a public holiday. B hi shank. Thursday. The scene at Townsville since the cy clone is described as heart rending. Many destitute nersons lire being provided with accommodation and rations. Additional i , * » .... \ _ ? ? ._._...*...) Ail tlii) casualties nave need i t:poi iu-... -t;.™' town, with the exception of central Flind ers-street, is devastated. The steamer Barratta sank at Towns ville after the cyclone. The s..«. Wodong;i. which grounded, has been re-Hiute ?:!. but the Barcoo is still ashore. The cyclone struck Bowen on Monday and either unroofed or demolished a num ber of building. The sea was six feel ovor tlie ietty. . The storm at Charters Towers on Monday did £f)0l) worth of damage. :md about 'f-J inches of rain fell durin...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Cable News. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

(JaBle ^Ws. London, Monday. Pierpont Morgan is building a iriarble museum to cost 10- million dpllars for the reception of art trea sures. A ferry accident precipitated bO o passengers into the Hudson River at r Spier Falls, and 19 were drowned. ,The small pox ,at Birmingham is -Venezuela has re-established the blockade of the Orinoco, Guanta, and Carupeno. A severe and prolonged earthquake has occurred in Dominica. Terrible .snowstorms hive, occurred af Tamaret, and killed hundreds of people. LONDON, Tuesday. Mr. Chamberlain has- arrived at Madeira en route to England, suffer ing from gout. Herr Norden Kaffer, a quack doc- «, tor, has been arrested in London charged with enormous frauds in Berlin. He bad derived an incom. of £15,000 a year from his medicines, many of them being poisons. Viceroy Yuan SMh Kal dispersed Boxers drilling in Lastern Ltiali. a number was beheaded, and a pro clamation was issued threatening abettors of the Boxers with death. Edwin Bunlick. a wealthy manu f...

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

PROGRESS. TURNOVER for six months ending September. ,uth 1902 £140,300. SHARKS taken up by fanners to date § 997. ? rpOTAL Number of Shareholders '| '| 5Q_ 'VTETT profits for Half-year ending ?-Oth Septem A I,,!,-. iw2. ' ' £1603 5- V[ — THE — Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITED. '?11 l--- SlISSOX-StH'Cl, Sj-lll-\V. ? - o:i-lil-iiil-l-'r, WlwHwrijrhl, Itlarksiuitli Ac. «V«\, ? Jt-liii«.ou Stivrf. IS.vron Kay. (Near tin; Put). BEGS to notify the Public that he has started business, and trusts to obtain a share of support, by strict attention to business, and MODERATE CHANGES. SHOEING A SPECIALITY.

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MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST Q t J OT AT IONS. S V DN K Y M A II K KTS. Butter, 1/1 per lb. choice lots 1 l£ Bacon, 10d. per lb. nominal. Brisbane mahkkts. Butter, 1/1- per lb. Bacon l.Oil per lb. M E L BO U II X E M A H K H'I'S . Butter, 12dto KWI per lb. Bacon, Did to U hi. per lb.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. March, 13th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

SHIPPING. AKKHfAL. March, 13th 1903. ; ('iiviiiiba s-.*iT;i t-ms. Captain J. H. tlnntu. roui Svdney. Passenger-: : Madame. Brown. Musyravi'. Xuiden. K«lly. Conke mil Children (4). Banner and Child. Pricu. 8kimn,-r. Roa'l. Cox and Family (o). Christopher and Child. Rev. R-ad. Missis. Stuart. Hohsoti, Ewni«, Francis. M. Richards, A. Richards. Cook. Gordon. Skelton. Ynto. YoiuiLr, Wilson. 'Wiseman. Jrwin. MacArthur. Missus Brvnen.i Kelly, Stewart. Francis. Julians, Mrs. Brett and Child. And 1/i in the Steer-i inc. i FREIGHT. ' 21X1 Tons (?(jm-.ral Merchandisi-.. and H-| Sheep. j REPORT, i Left Sydney at u a.m. on the Ilth..j Called at the usual Ports, and arrived in Byron Bay at 'S a.m. on the Kith. Experienced modrate Northerly winds and fine weatti-r.

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THE TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

THE TRAIN SERVICE. Was totally inadequate to cope with the number of excursionists on Wed nesday last, more especially on the return trip. We greatly dislike to censure, but ' we are in the place where ' we are demanded of con science to speak the truth, therefore the truth we speak.' We consider that the way the trains are over loaded is an absolute danger to life and limb, and also occasions the travelling public great discomfort. We do not, in the least, blame the! railway officials, or Mr. Smith (local Railway Superintendent) for this state of affairs — the number of ex cursionists simply overpower them — but the authorities for not allowing more accommodation. Superinten klent Smith and the officials try to Smeet these unexpected difficulties with the utmost good humour and ithoughtfulnt'ss, but they cannot put 'three or four or half a dozen adults in the space allotted to one. An em inent divine once remarked that nine inches from a man's nose was1 pri vate property, and whoev...

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Bangalow Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

Ban-galoW SI70W. The 7th A. and I. Bangalow Show has^omfi, anfl has dissolved into the Past, but. not without leaving its im press upon the present and the fu ture. For seven years this annual exhibition of the industry of the people of the district has been look ed forward to as a red-letter day, but no previous year has seen the dis trict more prosperous than the pre sent one. One had only to watch the stream of- well-dressed men and woman, to note the numbers.of first class vehicles with their up-to-date appointments, and teams of horses to fully comprehend this. All spoke, and spoke- eloquently, of the general prosperity which exists. On Tuesday some of finest cattle to be found in the States were to be seen. Dairy cows with adders which must be a trouble for them to carry. In fact, it appears to us that if the breeding of dairy cows is carried much further it will lie all udder and very little cow. Messrs. Keys and Pickering from Queensland judged (Jerseys and Ayrshires by Mr. ...

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

-§vFUN. (e) Gotham Dame: 'Do you^ think Mr. Nicefellow is in earnest?' Daughter: 'I think so. He asked me last evening which one of your daughters was your pet, and I told him that I thought if all three were . married you would rather live with ' Cliir.i or Dora than with me.' Teac'ie -, with reading class.,— Boy (reading) : 'And she sailed down the river.' Teacher: ' Why are ships called 'she'?' Boy (precociously alive to the res ponsibilities of his sex): ?' Because they need men to manage them.' At a college examination a pro fessor asked, k- Does my question' J embarrass y. mi ?'' — sl Not at all, sir.' replied the student, u not at all. It is quite clear. It is the answer that bothers. me.' ' Mrs. Dreezy (with hammer): '? There, I've hit the nail on thv hea 1 at last.' Mr. l.)n.'e:-y : 'Why do. you put your fin ire r in your month ?'' ?Mr\ Dive.zv : ' T.iat w.is th - nail I hit.' First tramp : ' Look, Tom, this is the minister's house: the window's open, an' all the folks are ...

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. Sunday, March 15th, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 March 1903

(iiiirch of England. Parish Of J3yko\ Hay. [ Sunday, March loth, liHW. j Mullumbimby, 11 p.m. i Tyagarah 8 p.m. Hyron Hay, 7.IH) p.m KDWIN .1. DODD.

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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

^FUN.^. I ? i , ? ? — — — He had told her, of course, that he was heir to a marquisate, and, whe ther it was true or not, there is no doubt that she regarded him as the quintessence of politeness. They had had a meal at the Cafe Macaroni one night, and she was favouring a bosom friend with the details next day.. ' Yes : he took me oil ter supper at a reg'lar rest 'rant last night.' | 'They tell me he's real refined ?' | ' Karver ! When he poured 'is icoii'ee out in.-'is saucer ter cool it, he didn't blow it like some common peo jpie would, but fanned it wid 'is hat.' Mr. Meeker had, since his. marri jage,. renounced all the delights of Hate town dinner.-;, theatre p.irties, land all the gilded pleasures which ?had studded the purl) of his bachelor ilife. ; One evening, however, Mrs. M. jsuccmubed to his entreaties, and al lOWeil II iIIJ IU1I.IU1 illl -J \ fil I mi; - mi. with an old friend. In high feather Mr. Meeker re turned home, and thus he spoke to his sleepy wife : ? My dear, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

.If tattlers would imitate the bee,; and extract the sweets and goodness! of men's actions and circulate them' they would then become blessings! instead of scourges to society. For really chic Dressmaking and Millinery A'isil Mrs. Everiifs new' Dressmaker (late of Footscniy's, Melbourne).*

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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

Useful .Joints* FASHIONS. Collars of embroidered lawn and lace are contrasted with woollen blouses,. It is a capital idea to pur chase twoprettily-embroidered hand kerchiefs, and cut them to the shape required. I notice that a great many of the latest whims are clesig natad ' handkerchief. ' For example, we have the handkerchief sleeve. This sleeve is finished -it the elbow with a square of material cut to the size of a handkerchief, the centre of which has been taken away to a sufficient si/.e to allow the sleeve to lie inserted. This idea is a very pretty one, and well worth copying. Autumn is close at hand, and we must be prepared to meet it. All the newest materials are of a soft make to allow of the box-pleating, shirring, tucking, etc. ; for this year all gowns are to be much elaborated. It is rarely that Winter and Autumni gowns are anything else but severely! plain, hut for the coming season; Madame Ja Mode lias changed alii that. Many of the newest skirts) will bri box-plea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

BYRON BAY GOAGH WORKS — AND— . ? O--ii-M'»l Blsu-ksmitli, -— [Established lH'Jl.j ? o ? T7KHICLES made to' Order with Prompt mid Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only used. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming done on the Promises. Ssiliiicx; and Spring Carts l-jsilt equal !» S.v-lu-»y» Old Vehicles taken in Exchange. Call or send for Prices before .sending out of the District. HARNESS AND SHOEING A SPECIALITY. For 1 'rices and Full Particulars. J. W. BAflftEH, Proprietor. Agent for Poitie iV Son's. Hors-1 Medicines. BaSer ([onfectioner, ana (aenetal Storekeeper, ]JV1U-:\ JiAY. A Choice ami I'v-t-y-lSuU- Stork nEtvcjy* an vi«»iv. jfe DRAPERY, Mr GROCERY. JK/Vs, BOOTS & SHOES, m%^ CLOTHING. fM * HOSIERY, I IRONMONGERY. .lliiljtai'j'.v sieid §])8'-'is ;ji;kiaa-i a^DSio as hhoj'ic^', eidsht. Bread delivered all over the District ;it. -Id. per Jjoaf PLUMBER AND GALVANISED BRON WORKER, SSyr-m liity. ... Kxecutes all orders in the above Trades will: :';-si Workmanship and...

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An echo is like a woman, always determined to have the last word. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

An echo is like a woman, always determined to have the last word. A recent- ;md anonymous writer, speak ini,' of the jfrowiii' willingness of women to »o through life unmarried, says : 'Once it wan considered a bad -thing to be an old nr.iifl. and li;_dit-miuded people made fun of one. Now it is different. Some of the brightest and prettiest, women become so interested in the serious work of life that they regard husbands as altogether unnee i..«s.ii'V inconveniences. Thev are satisfied with the state of sinyle-blessedness. and appear to he just as happy and useful as their married sisters. Iris alright. If a woman remains single it is her own affair, and outsiders need not concern themsel ves about it. As a rule an old maid is an intellectual and interesting woman.' These are appreciative words, whether written by man or woman. Undoubtedly, however, marriage is the happiest, and most natural condition for most women, but the fact that a woman remains single, does not give everybody...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

CIRCULATING LARCELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. ... /. ; :»'?.-?.: ???; '?;. BYRON BAY, - Sworn Valuator under the.. Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. I AND and General Commission Agent -J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT ' v For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. I LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream ' at the new Factory, Lismore, com- ; mencing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM- - BER, 1?H)2. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. ? ?XTORTH COAST CO-OPERATIVE iM COY., LTD. PIG TRUCKS will leave the Sidings as formerly, viz. : Bexhill— Every Monday.. ' . Lismore — Every Tuesday. Eltham — Every Tuesday. Nashua- -Every Monday. Bangalow— Every Saturday. Murwillumbah — Every Saturday. No non-shareholders' pigs taken. W. H. CLIFFORD. Secretary. R. C. EWING-, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, ffl II R W I L is \)'m. R A 19 . Sworn Valuator under Itenl Property Act. Aut'tit for New Zealand Insurance Co., ('1 ET your Visiting Cards...

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CASTLE CRIEFE. (Continued). CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

CflSTliE CRIEFE. (L\inlimn:i). CHAVTKR V. i ' j '-/?ft H K liiiiiv in1 thought or ii iii| ^ij . this liirln tlic more ashamed! Vcjx' In- f'lt --f his unworthy ilouht! r i\')-\. after ail, upon what had; In- hii od his suspicion ;- A few! wild words, in all probability nth-red j by some i )- »- - r maniac: a change inj tin- girl's own manner, which doubt-j less could In- easily explained : ;tj certain nameless terror of hor.-o;- inj Iilm- face, which nrobablv. after iill.i existed in his imagination only : and. the hamk-rchiof — he shuddered as he! thought of tha' — that too. perhaps.' wa- also of i.'ji-iy explanation. Besides, ill-' vil hirers who were most likely to iirrive at the truest conclusion had one and all declared, ill.-' girl's former lover to have been the assassin. H ' himself knew nothing id' the. affair. He had seen Marie Stanning. isiid had iidniircd the handsome, iiumly young fellow, who certainly, when lie last saw him, did not look like a man who would commit mur ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

NEW Fast, Express Bi-Wcckly Service to Sydney. THE G. W. NICOLi LINE (Oldest Established Line running from this district.) ? . i. THE NEW STEAMERS 'CAVANBA' A 'DORRIOO.' J The New, Powerful, Electric-litrhted, Hiirh-cliiss and Up-to-date s.s *♦ Cav anba,' GOO tons (carries British Bonrd ?of: Trade Equipment and Passenger Cer tificate.) The 'Cavanha' has a large! promenade deck, social ? hall, smokinj*' i-)oin. hot and cold sea- water baths, is. handsomely furnished -saloons and two-[ berth cabins. Leaves Sydney kvkky ti'K-sday. at 10.30 p.m.. for Byron Bay, railing at Newcastle only, due 'at Byron Ti.iy about noon on Thursday. Leaves again kvkky sati'KMay, at 7. p.m.. ami is due in Sydney on Monday at 4 a.m. The New s.s. ' Donigo,' 400 tons, from Svdney km hay kvknixii. and leaven 'Byron Bav for Svdney tt-ksmay. 6 p.m. S.S. ' Wollii-nbin,'- Tweed River and Sydney -about every eight days. Fares.— Saloon : Return £2 Ids. Fore-Cabin 1 (»s. each way. Agents at Lisinore: Mind marsh &...

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Poetry and Fiction. The Child Eternal. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

(Q- I rymm ana 'Jiefovn. i ~ ? — — ? ©ft Otljttir tonal ? , ? i I heard the'.r pr.iyer-; and kissel their sleepy eyes, And tucked them in all warm from feet to head, I To wake again with morning's u'la 1 s-.ki-I rise. ?- ' ' ! Then can ; wii-jrj hvs lay du-.i-d. j On cold still iiKitith I laid niv lips. Asleep' He lay. to wake thu other side - rod's; door. I ?.Iy other children mine to lovo an 1 ki:e;-. B.it this ono mine no more. i Those other children lo:r_r to niuii havej in ?/?! 'i'ii ? ! Strange liurre I men who give me pass ing thonght. Then yo their ways. No lon^ur no.'.- my own. Without me they have wrought. So w.ien ni'.'iit c ).nu;. an I sj-jking inotiiurV knee. Tired childish fu.'t ti'.rn l:o:ir.; at i.vcii tide. I f«dd him clo-e---ihe chil i tlm.'s U-i't to me. My little hid wh.-.diod.

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Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

Chnrcli of England. Parish Of Byron Bay. Sunday, March 22nd, li-03. Bangalow 11 p.m. Newyljar 2.30 p.m. By I'on Bay, 7.30 p.m EDWIN J. DODD.

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