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

^ IMPERI^^ STORE. ^ BYRON BAY. PUBLIC NOTICE ? ^ The business hitherto carried on by R. AUDSLF]Y, in the name of the former proprietor Mil. L. GRIMWOoD, will in future be conducted by him in his own name. In reference to the above notice R. AUDSLEY, takes this opportunity to thank his numerous customers for their support in the past, and to assure them that every effort will be made to secure and deserve it in the future. SHAKESPEARE says : — ' That which %vc call a rose ' i( By any other name xvouhi smell as siveet.' 1 And the Public are assured that whether the Imperial Store is called Grim wood's or Audsley's, they will aways find there A good and Up=to=date stock. Moderate Prices. Civility & Attention. byron bay. 17th March 1003. Mrs. J. Joyce, rUP-TO-DATE NEWS AGENCY AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph, Queenslander, Week....

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presbyterian Church of Australia. Sunday, March, 22nd, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

Presbyterian Church of Australia. Sunday, March, 22nd. 1U08. Byron Bay (Masonic Hall), 11 a.m. Myocum 2.30 p.m. Mullumbimby, 7.30 p.m. REV. CHAS. II. HAINS.

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

PROGRESS. rill'RNOVER for six mouths ending September. JL oh 1902 £140,300. O HARES taken up by farmers to date £ QQ7 rT^OTAL Number of Shareholders -i -i j-q ^TETT profits for Half-vear ending .''i()th Septeni - l)tT- v-m- ' ' £1603 5*- I' - THE Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society LIMITED. ' J 4?-l--- Siiss--x-Str4--'t. Sydney.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. March, 17th 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. March, 17th 1903. Cavanba s.s:')7.H tons. Captain J. H. Hunter ? rom Sydney. Passengers : — Madanies Proudfoot, Morrow, North and child. Leathern and child, Dean and family, Bi.u'g. Cameron, Olsen, Anderson, Oat-ley, Laidnian. Misses Adamson, Kraus. Davis. Henderson, (loldie. Gear. Messrs. Sa-I ville. Proudfoot, Stodart, Nicoll. Byrne. Killeen. Smith. Hay, Morran, Ciiyullar. Master Cayuller, Carmichael, Johnson, Hsrris. Junes, Barry, Robinson, Wishard, Sinclair. Simpson. And 12 in the Steer-j age. ' i FREIGHT. I ?J(X( Tons General Merchandise.. i REPORT, j Left Svdnev at 10.1.0 p.m. on the 17th.,; Newcastle at' lO.-iO a.m.. on the l«thj Called at Trial Bay, Coifs Harbour, and Woolgoolsja. arrived in Byron Bay at| 4.H:) p.m.. on the l'Jth. Experienced modrate North-Easterly' winds with tine weather throughout. Bjtron Bay Bccorb.j MAINTAIN, I UNAWCD BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY OAIN | ! HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS: DRAW, : PLEOOED TO RELIOION, LOYALTY, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

A Macclesfield (England) firm has I secured an order from the Admiralty I for 2f-,0:)0 black silk handkerchiefs I for the use of his Majesty's marines. I Auother has received an order for I 1.10,001). The total value of the two I oruers win exceed ,-t~',i't'U. LJie Admiralty stipulate (according to a contemporary) that the goods must be manufactured with silk, English thrown and dyed in England, and the goods woven at regulation prices by English labour. This news is very gratifying, the more so that it is direct slap in the face to Germany, who in the past ' lias been entrusted with the supply of this special var iety of neckwear worn by the 'handy man.'

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

Cards, Programmes, Circulars,. Letter Headings, Note ? Headings, BILLHEADS. ?'????? ? '? ' JJ - , HANDBILLS, Envelopes, Commercial Work of all kinds, Rubber Stamps. 1 GIVE US A 'TRIAL.

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

j-fok's Pier JKotel . I ! B Y R 0 X BAY ? I K\--«'ll--ut Accommodation. Brst Airs, Wines, an-l Spirits. Best of Tables. Kvcrj Alfriifion. j Sa ::|-le ami BJilliard Ko»(!is. i;\|Mii-'ii««-«l an-l - arrful -*rooiu. Hotel Wii^oiertlc iii---»ts all Arrivals by Sea ami Train. ! ? ' i S this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocrun thiui any other in Australia, it is needless to desciilie its Charms ; | AS A SUMMER RESORT. I A. T. KIRK, PHOPKIKTOH. j J. G[. Locke &. Co., j GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S. BYRON BAY. Tlw cheapest an-l l-est house in the tnnle I'm- everything. j .^?^r ? ? -*?-£ ?or°: (lu to . I. G. Locke ^ Co.. for Kootiny Iron all K-Miuths -|}il ]iei' foot. ** ; i ^\ C\ ^^ (in to J. (i. Locke X- Co.. for Best American JWirhi'il Wire l')s per coil. *%. ~ U // ; ! ^Vm£^ ** (W) r-. ? I. (1. Locke \- ('-»., for Glen's cV: B.y's Suits. Cheapest an.l Hest. %, ^//^ \ ' -Z=^:'O:^ ?«?-?» ^° In ''? ^'- L1'1-'^1' l^' ^''' '''' ^teii's Colonial Tweed Troiir-ers from ~- li |-air. *»...

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

'' - - ' N - G[rcat J\f orthera -CoteI, BYRON B AY. _t_Sea SWe Resort. j_ ? ; ? — ? — — — — ^£ I yS\clEA^'§ .jHatfi BYROA1 1 ^* WnP» *^ jp--^^ ray ^ / II i ^ \V ; // m (JT¥RK GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted as a most ** \\ v ^ YY conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention -^ \ ; -«/ |-! V.y has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^£ ' ^Mj^ ^V/^ w» t The general arrangements of the hotel are charming. The rooms are ^ ^o^ ? fc« |^' tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an upper balcony --; ^1\V ; jN- *& which is a veritable 'look out' commanding the most magnificent views oil' |£ M\\\ ? '''? ^ ^| the Bay arid surrounding country. After a few moments in this high g- vi \- ] ^ altitude, where all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant _ to ^ ] ym come ilo\yn to' the level of every day' things. \Arithout, doubt the Gireat *j& \ -§§- Northern Hotel takes a high place amongst the host...

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FEW OF THE AWARDS. BANGALOW SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

.^VK\V OF THE AWARDS. BANCALOW SHOW. liidernieiit ioned will be found a, list of a few of the local Awards, gained a: th:; B.mgalow Show of last week : SECTION [ I— CATTLE. ?Jkhskys Bull, '?'- vears and over— if. O'Meara 1. W. R. 'Baker 2. Heifer 1 vear and under 2 — H. O'Meara 1. J. j. Hayter2. Ayksiiikks. ! Bull calf, under 1 vear— -M McLean. SECTION VI— FARM PROlH'CE.i j Ensilage — ('. Cannon. j ; Perennial rye grass — E. Smith I1 'and 2. I Grammas — C. Cannon 1, J. Moore 2. Best collection sugar cane : G. H. Powell 1. Arrowroot — C. Cannon, J. H. Noble. SECTrON IX.— FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Oranges, 6— G. H. Powell. Oranges, mandarins, 0 — G. II. Powell. Lemons, I) — F. V. Wareham. Lemons, 0 — F. Y. Wareham. Figs. (-— F. V. Wareham. Bananas, one bunch — G. H. Pow ell and F. Wareham equal. Limes (citrus acida), 5 — F. Y. Wareham. Best dish grapes — F. V. Ware ham. Grapes, best collection — F. V. Wareham. Persimmons, (- — F. V. Wareham. Mangoes, (i — F. V. Wareham. SECTION X.— PRESER...

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NORTH COAST CO-OP. COY., LIMITED. MONTHLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

NORTH COAST GO-OP. COY., LIMITED. MONTHLY REPORT. i CREAM. — The cream supply has in creased rapidly, especially in the lat ter part of the month, and no doubt fi large output may be anticipated if further rains fall. A considerable quantity was sec ond class, due chiefly to the extreme heat prevailing at various times dur ing tine monrn, anu unless some method of aerating or cooling the cream after being separated is adop ted, this trouble will remain. With the request now made for a premium of a farthing on choicest; brands of butter, it means that those! who go to some trouble to send in a; good quality of cream will receive! some compensation. At the present! time it is difficult to obtain (within; Id per lb of choicest) for the .second] quality. I The number of suppliers at the! ?' I,ismore Brunch ' continue to in crease, and since the rain around; that locality an increase is noticeable.; BACOX, ? The pig supply has been; very good and consistent throughout! the month in fact,...

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THE DROUGHT RELIEF FUND. To the Editor Byron Bay Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

THE DROUGHT RELIEF FUND. To the Editor Byron Bay Record. Sir. — When any cause deserving of support has been brought under the notice of the Residents of the Bay and District it has always met with prompt and liberal aid. Such, Sir, having always been the result in the past, could not some thing be done in aid of the Fund now heing raised to assist the sorely tried Settlers in the Drought stricken districts. While we have been blessed with favorable seasons, hundreds of hard-working farmers in other parts of the State have been struggling hard and manfully against the over whelming calamity of a drought of years' duration, till in many cases, they have lost their all and have the greatest difficulty in finding daily food for their wives and helpless little ones. This melancholy fact is established by the testimony of thoi oughly impartial and trustworthy j witnesses. If some of the old resi dents of the Bay, who have so often) been well to the front in the cause of I charity were to...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [jit 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 on one side of the paper only.]

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DAIRY & FARM. MAKING UNFERMENTED WINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

[?] MAKING UNFERMENTED WINE. In reply to a correspondent (says the Agricultural Gazelle)' who asks for information as to the making of unfermented wine in small quanti ties and without expensive appli ances, the Viticnlturist reports: ? Clean grapes are picked when not over-ripe, and -ire .crushed immedi ately after. The juice is run into a cauldron and heated until the tem perature, taken with a reliable ther mometer, rises to between lb'7# and nir jcaiir. xne, temperature or me bulk should be taken by immersing the bull) of the thermometer in different parts of the cauldron — near th:1 bottom, near the surface, and near the sides. The thermome ter is kept for fifteen seconds in the must, then it is quietly extracted and quickly read. As soon as the temperature of between 1 ( » T * and J7ir Fall, is reached in the bulk of the juice throughout, the cauldron is re moved from the fire anil the juice is allowed to cooi down and settle all tiie solid substances. The cleared liquor shoul...

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To the Editor Byron Bay Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

To llic Ed/lor Bxwn Bay Record. Dear Sir. — The Constitution of the Australian Government is nonsec tarian, and the action of its Ministers in regard to St. Patrick's Day is at last a slight step in the right direct ion. It is quite time that the power of these religions bodies, one and all. was checked. Religion, from the most ancient times up to the present j dav, has been built up on bloodshed! and cruelty and at the expense of: Reason, Education, and Science. Ifj the humblest of our Dissenting Bodies, at the present day, were to obtain power over the State their] fanatical zeal would crush all lib-! erty and rights and be equally as bad as the Spanish Inquisition. At every State. Function in Aus tralia the representatives of religious bodies should be treated as ordinary citizens. Religion and Reason areas far removed as the Poles. It teaches a hatred of the world and points to a mystical heaven, having the pre sumption to despise the Work of the Almighty, never thinking that if...

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

PRESENTATION SOCIAL. On the evening of Friday 13th, quite 200 townspeople and residents of the district met in the School , of Arts, for the purpose of witnessing the presentation to Mr. W. Robrahn for his conspicious act of bravery, plunging in. (on a night of storm and darkness) the open sea and tJ saving Miss Hayter from drowning. After Mr. J. G. Locke, J.P., (Chairman) in a few well-chosen words had ex plained the object of the gathering a social evening was spent for which a musical programme had been pre pared. . Miss May Wilson favoured the company with a song, Mr. Cos tello gave a recitation to an appreci ative audience. At the request of the Chairman, Mr. Jarman rose to make the presentation. Mr. Jarman (who was greeted with cheers) said no thing gave him greater pleasure than being enabled to present a young Australian with a token of public esteem for an act of braver}*. It showed that the days of gallant dar ing and noble deeds were not past, and proved that the present ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tin- lii-st R.C. Parish Ball, held in tin- Agricultural Hall Bangalow,! on tin- 17th March was a huge suc cess. Dr. McLeod, of Sydney, has de cided to reside in Byron Bay, and has accepted the position of Medical Officer to the Friendly Society's. A resident Doctor has long been desired for our steadily increasing commun ity, therefore, we have no doubt that Dr. McLeod will meet with a hearty welcome from all. Mr. Owen B. Wareham reports that he held a very successful sale of Government Town Lots on the 17th in st. Four of the \ acre allot ments realising between £5(K) and £(i(H). On the same day, a number of Young 'Stock, and a quantity of furniture brought satisfactory prices. On the following day Mr. J. N. Ferguson held a successful sale of allotments on account of Mr. W. Semgreen. Mrs. A. E. Brown returned home per s.s. Cuvanba. last week, from a visit to her parents who reside at Wollongong, and during h«r visit celebrated their Golden Wedding, surrounded by ...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

NEWS AND NOTES. While Sir Francis Jeune was sum ming up in the application of Lady Gran vi lie Gordon for the custody of her child, Ce.cily Gordon, the appli cant left the court, and disappeared with the child. Lord Granville Gor don states that he is unaware of the destination of his wife, and he ex pected to find her at home. (Lady Granville Gordon claime 1 that although her child was born while she was the wife of Mr. Christian G-orden, yet the father was lier present husban ', Lord Granville Gordon. Mr. Christian Gordon, who some months ago obtained a divorce, claimed the child as his), Reports are to hand that the monks of the monastery at Dauiloff, in Russia, recently decoyed the daugh ter of an .Englishman named Whal ley, manager of a mill at Moscow, into their bnilding, ami maltreated her. so shockingly that she diedshort ly after the police had rescued her from the monastery. The Russian Government yielding to pressure from the British Government, have ordered an inquiry in...

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QUEENSLAND CYCLONE. TOWNSVILLE, Thursday, 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 21 March 1903

QUEENSLAND CYCLONE, Townsville, Thursday, 12. Messages from private sources from Ayr -state that the cyclone did terrible damage there. The losses are estimated at £40,000. It is stated that the township of Brandon was levelled to the ground. To add to. the discomfort and incon venience, the city water supply has been shut off since Monday, owing to the wreck or the pumping station. It is hoped that a commencement will be made at pumping to-morrow night, but it is feared that such is the damage to the mains that only a limited supply can be maintained. Reports of pitiful destruction continue to be received from distant settlements. The cyclone has apparently been in finitely more disastrous than ' Sigma.'' Later. Whole streets are deserted at night time. In some cases whole families have erected temporary walls of damaged gal vanised iron, and are living on the ground beneath the floors of their wrecked | houses. Numerous visitors are arriving from Charters Towers and country places...

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Mirror is Deceptive. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 March 1903

Mirror is I--;«;-»|-!iv-s One's reflection in a mirror never does one justice. Comfortable thoughts for the plain and pretty alike ! Oamplexion. expression, and colour are all really better than the shining glass makes them appear, bet not her to whom Nature has been sparing of her charms despair. If she would see herself in the deceptive mirror as others see her with 4 lie eye. or as near ly as possible, let her hasten to a draper's shop and buy a quanity of soft, pure, while material— — gauze, if possible : if not. Swiss or India muslin will answer vcrv well. 15e sure to have it pure white, and after polishing the surface of the mirror, gather the material at the centre of the top sind briny it down softly at either side, fram ing the glass in folds ot! pure white.' When this is done to artistic satisfaction, peep in and see what a transformation (sug gests an exchange). The true tints of the complexion, the expression ol: the count enance ami the eyes, the correct colour of the h...

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