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Cable News. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 March 1903

viable }4eWs. LONDON. Tuesday. A man uamed (lot/., aged 2~) years, supposed to be a Jewish millionaire, has been arrested at Naples on a charge of having acted in com plicity with the man B;dnatschef1' who murdered M. Sipiaguine, tin Russian Minister for the Inn rior, and who was hanged. oerious rio:ing ims occureu ai ion of Spain. Trinidad, owing to the passing of an unpopular bill. A crowd of people gathered before the Legislative Council Chamber and attempted to enter and offer a protest against the adoption of the Water Bill. Their entrance was for bidden. The crowd thereupon stoned the windows of the Council Chamber, and burned t.'ie Govern ment buildings. Th:-1 police in order t-» cleir th way for the Governor, Sir 0. A. Moloney. and the Council on thier way from the building fired upon the mob. and killed several of the people and wounded others. The mob is still excited and dangerous. The Government buildings have been gutted, the police barracks have b'-en damaged, and the ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Golden Wedding. 1853. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 March 1903

Oolden Wedding. 1853. 1903. On Wednesday evening '? Mont rose,' the residence of Mr. D. A. M'Donald, was the scene of great re joicing, the occasion being the cele bration of the Golden Wedding of that much respected gentleman and his good lady. The home, for the occasion, was illuminated witn small arc lamps of all shapes and colors, which tended to add considerably to the attractiveness of the proceedings, the young gentlemen mainly respon sible for the artistic desplay being Master Sid. Rees and Glen. There was a large attendance of children, relations, and friends, although ow ing to the great distances interven ing, three of the sous were unfortun ately prevented from attending. The first part of the programme was devoted to a musical evening in the drawing-room, members of the com pany contributing to the programme! About half past ten the company ad journed to the dining room, which had been most artistically decorated wirh flags to make the room look bright and cheerful. On ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BYRONBAY DROUGHT RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 March 1903

BVK'ON BAY DKOl'dltT WKLIKK l'TNl'). The following donations haw been received : i: s. d. H. Audsley r- I) (I F. Hawkins 2 n (- H. M'Cleau 1 0 (j

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 March 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATL'ST (H'OTATlOWS. SYDNF.V MARKKTS. | Butter. I 1 per 1b. choice I. .is 1 1] I Bacon. (.^d. to 10d per |b. ! KiMSMANK .MAKKliTS. ! BUtter. 11- ehniee 1 lj per lb. | Bacon il.'.d to H»Ad per lb. I .MKIiMOl.'lJNK .MAKIiKTS. Butter, I'M to i:-d per lb. Bacon, f)Jjd to ID. I p.-:1 lb.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 March 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr, W. fl. Morrow has severed his connection with the Creamery, bav in ir been head of the Bacon 'Depart- ment for the past live years. Mr. Morrow was negotiating the pur chase of Mi*. 0. Reading's butchering business, but on giving the matter further consideration decided not to purclia.se, and contemplates leaving the Bay for a period. We. wish Mr. Morrow success in the future, whe ther in Byron Bay or elsewhere. The Oddfellow's (United Grand) announce a Social, to take place in the School of Arts on Thursday 2nd April, a pleasant evening may be anticipated. Arrangements are in the hands of Messrs. A. K Brown, M. McLean and W. H. Clifford, organising committee. There was a fair attendance of the residents of Tyagarah on Friday 20th inst., in the local Schoolhouse to con sider the additional accommodation required to the School building. Mi-. H. Powell was voted to the chair, and Mr. Turner appointed secretary, pro. tern. It was decided that appli cation be made ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIEF FOR THE DROUGHT-STRICKEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 March 1903

K K L 1 1-: F ¥0 R rr H K D RQ L'( i II T- STR1CKKN. A\N tluM'e ?' remaincth thesi' three. Faith, llo])e. and Charity ' ??md sure ly the greatest oi' these is Charity. We would he a cold and hard-hearted people if we did not sympathise with those who are sutterin-' from the protracted drought, or think with 'pity, of the misery and devastation caused by the cyclone at Townsville. j These, are what may be termed na Itional calamities, events over which inum has no control, and which may also come upon him ere his life be ended. Goner il public assistance has already done much to put Towns ville on its feet again, but our un dertaking to^relieve the sufferers from the' drought is a ranch bigger affair, therefore, Funds have been instituted in nearly every district un touched by the drought, and in the metropolis. Great success has al ready attended the efforts of the pro moters, and large sums collected. Of course, against this movement (as most movements) there are cavillers and fau ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 March 1903

For really chic .Dressmaking and Millinery visit. Mrs. Kwritt's new Dressmaker (late of Footscray's Melbourne).*

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LAND OF THE MAORI. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 28 March 1903

THK LAND OF THH MAORI. That gifted Keciter and Lecturer i ' Wherahiko RaWv'i.' as will be suenj by ret'erance to our advertising! icolumns intends paying a visit toj 1 Byron Bay on Tuesday evening! ?next, and will appear at the local 1 'School of Arts for that night only.; All* 1^ ?-. v\T»i i ^ .1 (* \r n 1 \\\r 1 1 -i I trd I I n 1 »f» 1 1 very able lecturer, and a highly cul-; itured elocutionist, he portrays with jthe aid of some very fine pictures; iMaori Life in all the districts of New jZealand, and depicts the various, iphases in the life of that race. The' jlecture will be most interesting,! land an object lesson to all those who ihave never visited that country,; jwhieh is noted for the beauty and jgrandeiir of its scenery. Some of jthe pictures will illustrate; Tarawera Mountain in eruption, with the sub-; sequent destruction of t lie Pink and1 j White Terraces. Mr. Rawei has; (been appearing successfully in most ;of the towns on rhe Clarence and' I Richmond Rivers, and fr...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

* I t t CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. BYRON BAY. Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. j LICENSED AUCTIONEER, j rAXD and General Commission A.yent ( J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT j For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). |- % W. Thompson,! JTJN., & CO., | Auctioneers and Land Agents, j MUL.L.UJHB1WBY. | A OCTIONS lield and Properties forj l\- Private Sale in all parts of the Biyi Scrub and Tweed River District-:. A! larye list of properties to select from.! Sugar Rebate, and Land and In come Tax, returns made out and: forwarded. j ' NORTH COAST CO-OP. «:O. i LHVUTEI-. I i ? i — NOTICE. — |, WE will he prepared to receive Cream; at the new Factory, Lisniore. com-1 mencinu WEDNESDAY. 3rd DECEIU1 BER. \W± | W. H. CLIFFORD. Secretary. \ R. O. EWINaT Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c.j Government Assessor, If I II K W I Ij I, II j?I IJ A II . Sworn Valuator uudor ilvul j Properly A«'I. | A.yont for Xew Zealand Insurance Co..' (''i KT your Vi...

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World-Strangeness. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

OSorid-Stran^eness* Mr. William Wat.-t.n's ' Side-.-l.-d iV-in-; , 1 a\f l;ad a nx--t nppivriat :vi- n-.-.-ption in Knjlaiid. ' World-Siranuenes.s' is con-' siili-ri-tl .me --f the lte-t pM--iii-. if not the liest. in- simple directness and life in tin-, hook, and we i|i:o:e ;t : S;ra:me th' world about uc l.e-. Xc-ver yet familiar mown Still dispirits in-- wilh surpri-H-. Haunts me like a la e half-known In this lio-H'.' with starry d -:u -. KlDon-d with tiem-lik'' plane- and -t-a-. Shall 1 never feel at home. X-.-\'er wholly heat en-e '.' On from room to room I stray. Yet mv HikI I'iin lie er vp.v And I know not to thi-^-day Whether L'Ues! or e.ipMVf 1. 8o. between the starry i!u:ne And rh.e llnor --f plain- ami .-??;:-. I lnve nev.-r fell at ii--m'-. Never wholly liecil a'. e:is ?.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

ATEW Fast, Express Bi- Weekly i-- Service to Sydney. THE CTITnICOLL LINE (Oldest Established Line rnnniriij from this district.) . THE NEW STEAMERS 'CAV.4NBA' & 'D0RRI«O.' Tho New. Po-verfnJ. Electric-liirliterl, H'jrh-chss and Up-to-date s.s 'Cav- «'»!-»,' ()0:» ton-* (curios British Board or Ir.uic Equipment and Pa-sen«er Cer tificate.') The ' C.ivanba' has 'a lar«'e promenade deck, social hall, sniokin' rooTi. hot and cold sea--vat.er baths, is hand-soaiely furnished -saloons and t\vo I errii cabins. f eaves Svil»ey kvkkyi vi-'-jfri.vv.at. 10;)) p.m..' for Byron B.iv. -allin,' at Newcastle only.' due 'at Byron B.i.v about noon 0:1 Th'ursdnv. Leaves a^ain r.VKUY s.vi t:i;nAy. at 7. j).ni.. am!j is due in Sydney on Monday at 4 a.m. ! Tho New s.s. ' Dorrijijo,' 400 tons.! from Svdney kkhav kvi::. pc. arid leaves Bvt-'Ki Biv ior S c'li'v.- T'lisnw I', p rn S.f-i. ' V/ttllir.:ui»in,' -Tweed Riverj and Sydney -? about every ei.yht days. ! E.WtEs,.— Saloon : Return -^2 Ids. J F....

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poetry and Fiction. An Old Song. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

1 isw/ty ana '{ft-cfffln. t^An ©Id §on^. ]t is o:ily fchi; love of a bygone suason. A senseless folly that mocko 1 at me, A rjcklm-i pnsion that \.vk--s I all renon So I killed it and hid it where non-j could sue. I smnthero 1 it lirst to stop its trying. Then stabbed it through with a good. sharp blade And cold and pallid I saw it lyin». And deep, oh. deep was the ijr.ivu 1 made ! ! But now I know there i- no killinir. ! A thing like Love, for it laughs at death. | There is no hushing, there is no stillintr i That which is part of your life :-.ndi l.Veath. ] Yon may buy it dee|- and hytve behind you The land, tlie peo-tle tliat knew your; sbin i It will push the sods from it- ltivi- and find you On wastes of water and dv/sert pia'.u. j Yon may hear Init tonuues of a foreign! people. ; Yon may list to so.mds ;ha: are straimei and now. B::t clear as a silver l-ell in a steeple. That voice iro:n the umvc shall call to you. Yo:: shall sit sometime-* when i!ie le-ivt-s are falhirj. Alon...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. April, 3rd 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

SHIPPING. ARRrVAL. April, 3rd 1903. ( '.i van ha s.sfiT^j tons. Ca]-tain J. H. Hunter from Sydney. Passenuers : — Mailaines DowliiiLr and family. Clark. Irviim. Ilow i'll. AVallace. Davis and child. Hopkins. Misses. Kwiims [:J.|. Howell. Wells. [-J Halladay. (.'lark, AVallace. Newman. Buckley. Bailey. Messrs. Hopkins. Clark Wallace. Irvin». ^Faxwell, Fitzgerald. Moves, Cannon. Dundas. AVarner. Fodd. Perkins. Buckle/. Britrs. and 12 in the Steoraye. FREKJHT. ?J'Kl Tons (.Jenend Merchandise.. REPORT, Left Sydney at noon on AVednesday called at the usual Ports and arrived in Byron Bay at f) a.m. on Fi'iday. Experienced stronu South ICasterly weather to Smoky Cape with heavy sea, hence fine easterlv winds verinu North Fast.

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 — 4 April 1903

' '? . ? I - J - t ? t.' i ; ;? ? - ?? ? ? '. i ?'?' BYRON BAY. '??' i I PUBLIC NOTICE;^^ , , ?? i The business hitherto carried on by H. AUDSL10Y, in the ?.mine of the. former proprietor Ml'.. L. GnniWOgD, 'I will in future lie conducted by him in his own name. ' i ' ,. ; f 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 we call a imc' ? ? i( By any oilier name would smell ns sweet.' ' And the Public are assured that whether the Imperial Store is called Grim wood's or Audsley's. they will a ways find there A good and Up=fo=date stock. Moderate Prices. Civility & Attention. j BY Ko.\ 15 AY. 17th March I!-0.'-. ; . i ? ? ? ? ? .....__-_«._„« ? ~__J ? UP-TO-DATE XEWS r* AGENCY AND FAMCY COOPS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY' PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Kveiiin.ii- Xews, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

Bgrxm Bag %tt$xb. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES- RIQHT8 MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBEO BY OAIN ; HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER GLORIOUS PRECEPTS DRAW, PLEDOED TO RELIOION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATUKDAY, APBIL 4, 11303.

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OUR RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

OUR RAILWAY. [1 Mr. P. Smith is in receipt of the tM following communication from the 1|| Railway Commissioners to the Mem- jfp her for the Tweed :— ' With refer- || once to your call relative to the Lis- ||| more-Tweed line and complaining of £%»i the inadequacy of! the rolling stock $i available for traflic, I am directed to ^i| inform you that the Commissioners 5! recognise that the growing busin -ss -^ on this line rcipiires additional vehi- ;',f cles, and arrangements are now he- \^ ing made to send, on an early date. ^ the following rolling stock : — i D I) Waggons, 4 wheel | Ii Second-class 1 whe*;l carriages 2. z v oinpo. -t wneei nraKe vans 10 (1 Waggons i) Louvred vans, -I wheel (We must be thankful for small mercies, and half a loaf, we know, is better (ban no bread, all the same the above mentioned rolling stock will not make much difference, especially as the line is extended to Casino, ft is fervently hoped that the authorities will be able to send some saloon-carriage...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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COMMENTARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

COMMENTARIES. HOW exceedingly strange it is to contemplate that but a hundred years ago there was but one small news paper in all Australia. When George Howe first set foot on Aus tralian soil he probably little thought his name would be handed down to posterity as that of the hrst Austra lian printer. Yet it is so, there is much we do consciously, but un consciously, how much? As for George Howe ' he knew how types were set,; and the way was opened for him to use his knowledge, but he had a hard time of it, even then, with no competition — bane of mo dern printers — , for the Government censor generally clipped out the best and brightest of his writings, which he was often heard to bitterly regret in his latter days, but it is impossible fora Government journal to rise above statistics, hvom in tlipsr-» rln.vs: 7 ?' ' and so there s little to be sur prised at in the fact that George Howe died in what should have been his prime — most journalists do, ' those whom the Gods love ' etc...

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South Coast Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

S0U1I7 (;©ast Hems. Louis Waterson. aged :2'-, son of Mr. Charles Waterson, of Dawson's Flat, near Hega, died last week as aj result of pneumonia, contracted! while returning from South Africuj on the over-crowded Drayton Grange, I An illicit still which is supposed ito have been in existence for manyj years was recently discovered at. Wottamolla, lirogher's Creek, on thej Sou ih Coast, and in connection there- 1 with John Ivine has been fined -^lOUj by the police magistrate at Xowra. ! Charles Slater, 1-1. who resides at! Meriinbula and attends the Painbula! Public School, was riding to school \ 0:1 his bicycle, and while cominy at I a fas! pace he saw a snake stretched | across the road in front. I: being! too late to stop '.%r turn aside. Slateri rrieil to run over the reptile, but thei latter doubled up. became entangled, among Hie spokes or die hind wiicel. and was carried around until it came into contact with the fork of the ma-, chine, which i' .struck with such: for.-e that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

[?] Byron Bay Record. j SPEEDY, I r 1 .. p.-,.. -n l.iv K'copI ' to noto t lieil ;upi»oi-i to the local impi'i'. I rKKlVALLKR AS A.\ ADVKKTISIXW 7IU»ir^l. I ! o

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

. Cards, Programmes, Circulars* Letter Headings, Note Headings, BILLHEADS. ? ? ? . -.(.-. - . '. '?''??'' ?? . ' -.-.. HANDBILLS, , Envelopes, -Commercial Work oi i - all kinds 'Rubber Stamps. 1 GIVE US A TRIAL. !

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