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

jjflrk's Pier J^otel. B Y K () X B A Y j Excellent Accommodation. IScst Ale*. Wines. :iimI Spirit*. Best -»f Talrles. B:ver- Attention $n*:i;s-!« ;???-? Billiard Eioom*. Ilvpcricnccri ami Careful (-ri-oin. Hotel Wiiu^oiiclK1 mcci^ ;tll Arrival- hy Svn :iii-l '1'iain. VS this Ilotfl is sit!iiitc(l nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Au-tralia it is nceflle^s to descrihe its Chaniis ! AS A SUMMER RESORT. A. T. KIHIv. PliOPlilKTOR. J. Q. Iioeke A Co., ( ; K N K H A I . ST( ) ] I K K K K P K I rs. I \Y 1 1( ) X I ?] A Y . I'!n- I'lifiiju'st ;i 1 1 ? 1 lust hmise ill the trade I Hr (?vt-rvl hin,i,r. o..* ? ? ? ? —- . ?=-?» -^° Cu in .]. (\. I.ucke \- C'11.. for WohMiil;- I ron all li»nt»tli.s IJil ]ier I'nut. ^° 00 (in in .!. C. Luckc \- ('?-.. fm- I-Jest Atnorican Uarljed Wire l;'-s |)'T coil. °* : ^* (Jo in ?! . (i. Loclce \- Co.. for Mi.-n'siN: Hoy's Suits, (.'heajiest and P)tist. ^o r\ 1 \ \. (I P tt ^'() Io ?'? f'- I^oi-kc iV: Cu.. for Men's Colonial Tweed Trousers from ;'...

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

Qreat jVfoFtheFit J^otel BYRON BAY../. r Sea Side Resort. ? ? -?» : ! :! ! ? : ' ~~ Wf7 . ' 1 ^LEAN'S ^Hatpi \_ BYRO/4 I I \ -^ ~==^==^- ==— == — :__ ? r^=— =—? ? =fr= — ' ^^^^ ^=-r-~'~ i# ' i ? i - ' At?; * — ? ~~ fKP'- / /- ? ^ , ^3* , **? V f \ i \ QJ J 'i$. 9irHK GRJ?AT NORTHERN HOTEL, has always been noted us a most ' &£ N$* J i V d^ ^ ?»» conveniently situated, and well managed hostelry. Every attention ## \\v\~ — ' ^*~~~~*S/l\ %% Vk has been given to good architecture, ventilation, light and comfort. ^ yVsN^, .: c^y/Jl ^ t The general arrangements of the-hotel 'are charming. ? The rooms arc V:* \\Ss\ ;/ n \ %% tastefully furnished. From the corridor a stairway leads to an, upper balcony ^ f ) U ^\ :' / (I [?) ^8 which is a veritable ' lookout' cominantUng the most magnificent views of ^;M J ! u ^ the Bay and. surrounding- country. After a few moments in this high ?#& i '^* altitude, .where all is cool and pleasant,, one is very reluctant, to ;££ ? ^ conic down...

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CASTLE CRIEFE. (Continued). CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

CflSTliE CRIEFE. (L\-iil:nin\i). CllAl'TKH VII. | ^4 '* KYKK within the memory id'; ?\- the oldest inhabitant hadj -*\ the usually quiet lido village! ' : of Saltern been S- i fllll as it j whs on ilic tliiv of iln,' inquest, which! was In-Ill nl tin1 Criefo Anns. ; Lout;- before ihe coroner arrived tin*! roailwiiy opposite the inn was packed; closely with a crowd composed of j people from nearly every neiuhlioiir-; ing village: while inside the room where 1 1st* inquiry was to be held I every available inch of spice had! been utilised. All the gentry t'orj miles round had managed by some means or another to secure a corner.' Inside and out the same excite-j lneiiL |. .vailed ; folks who hadj known the dead girl from her in-1 fancy, who would have shed tears at! her early death under other circutn-! stanc.-s, thought now of nobli inir burl the fact of her secret marriage with| the Squire, and speculated widely! as to the feelings of Lady Juliet, and! what the Squire would say at the...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Useful Hints. ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

Oseful .pints* ODDS AND ENDS. Lettuces. — Those whom uncooked vegetables agree with should, if in clined, to insomnia, eat. fresh lettuces at night. ( Cure for Indigestion. — Two drops of oil of cajeput on a lump of sugar is very beneficial in cases of flatulence irnd indigestion. . A teaspoonful of carbonate of soda sprinkled on the top of a kitchener will remove the disagreeable smell caused by soup or gravy boiling over. Strawberries Good for the Teeth. Strawberries not only whiten the teeth, but their juice helps to remove! tartar, which in some cases forms in crustations on the teeth. Tortoiseshell Combs or Ornaments that have lost their polish may be re-j novated by rubbing them with very HiipIv nowderd rnr.fenstone. mixed Avith a little olive oil. The rotten-j stone should be sifted through a I piece of muslin before mixing it with} the oil. When all marks 'are re- ' moved polish again with a piece! of very soft chamois leather amlj a little jewellers' rouge. ! To Remove a Pa...

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

BRIEF MENTION. Mrs. Han la, who was shot by her husband st Paddington, died, at St. Vincent's Hospital. It is reported from Glen Innes that an old nun ia poor circum stances, named F. Dillon, has inher ited £S!),()0:). in addition to valuable landed estate, left by a sister in Bos ton 25 years ago. He only heard of his good fortune by chance while on a visit to Sydney. * i A donation of £1000 to the Lordj Mayor's Drought Relief Fund has bee.i given by the trustees of the Sydney Cricket Ground. Sir Edmund Barton told a deputa tion, of unemployed that the Federal capital site would be chosen during the coming session. The three-year-old son of:. a farmer at Wrkovil, Moravia, who had been watching his father kill a pig, ran Into the house and killed his baby sister, aged six months, with a knife1. He explained that he wanted to see if she would squeal as the pig 1 1 id.1 There was a disturbance at Rev. D.ll Macky's lecture at Wyalong last week. The. Police Magistrate read the Riot Act,...

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

BYRON BAY COACH WORKS ( ? :. — AND-r ? General Blacksmith, ? [Establish/ed 18«M.] ' ? o ? 'T VEHICLES ma-le to Order with Prompt and Skilled Attention. Best V quality of Material only, used. Repairs, Repainting and Trimming done on the Pr.eihises. Sulkies and Spring Claris linilt 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- BRJWER, Proprietor. Agent for Pottie tv. Son's. Horse Medicines. ;_??'?? i JK. Ever itt, j Baker (Johfecfioner, and Senegal Sforefteeloer, ; !?. ??-: --. UY11ON J5AV. - ! 1 . ? ? I j A -'hoi-'-- ami lip-to-Dafi' Stork always on view. m DRAPERY, , .. mr grocery, Mfc*. BOOTS 8c SHOES, ^K. CLOTHING, mm ^ hosiery, 1 IRONMONGERY, ^_ etc., etc. ^lilliiier.v and DrossMiakin^; Done at shortest notiee. Bread delivered all over the District at 4d. per Loaf. PLUMBER AND CALVANISEO IRON WORKER, ... Myron Bay. ... Executes all orders in the ...

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

_^FUN.i^ CHANGE. By summer spsis sublimely blue She played 'the niiin lolm. And sang about ' When Hearts ;ire True.' And '-Love. is Sure to Win : ' And. when such s jiitimetit-i I heard From one so fair to see, I lost. my heiirtand gained her word cj That she would marry me. '?& And so we sang and talked of love * Through all tho summer lotisj, ) And swore, by all the stars above, : To. wed Jpr wealth was wrong : But, ah ! the summer heinjj o'er : ,She said ' We have heeri rash : Love ? Pooh !' and in a west-end store She changed her theme to ' cash ! '* What a noisy world this is ! ' croaked an old frog, as he squatted J on the margin of the pond. ' IV. you hear those gee.se, how they i scream and hiss : What do they do ;? it for y ) 'Oh, just to amuse themselves. iiiiswi red a little Held mouse. ' I'resently we shall have the owls hooting. What is that for ?' ' It's tho music they like best.' said the mouse. ' And those grasshoppers : they can't go home without grinding an...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Suicide of General Sir Hector McDonald. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

Stacririr of (kcimtmI Sir itvcior .tI--Donald. Till- eabl'.s last week contained the; intelligence that the Governor of; ?Ceylon demanded a Court martiali into -?inn1 offence alleged to be com initieii by Sir Hector McDonald, whic. ..,-.- unpunishable by Ceylon law. . ',: I lector r'Cently proceeded home and soiiyht advice from Lord lioberi-J. \V ho counselled him to face ?he accusations. In the meantime it was arranged that he was not to re sume oiin-iand, but it was hoped that a -'iirehiny inquiry would se cure an honorable acquittal. Q:i the voyaye to Kngland. it was noticed ?'ha: !;-?? he'd himself much aloof a ml di'dini'd to take parr in ai.y of the social gaie! ies, or sit next the captain :it table. On leaving Knyland lo re-' ?urn to Ceylon be stooped at Paris ? MM [Mil ll[i lib 111'' llllll-I l\« ii I I l«l. During hi- bs-ief s:ay in Paris Sir Hector McDonald lived very quietly, lounyiny round his hotel most of the time, and his efforts not to attract attention suggested th...

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

S«'l-i«'!sijy; ECvifVr 4:»Jv-'s. Almost any person who knows a horse from a doe /says ' Sylvan. 'i can pick out ;i yood milker \vli»n a cow Jias matured, and ;.-? in fair milk condition. Should there be any doubt on t he ipe-stion. any sus picion of fleshv udder, or verv liad teats, there are usually means at hand of discovering the aiiimal's past performances. I: is therefore Hi! a very dillicult task to select; milch cowjn (ti u\ake up a iierd. pro vided the buyer purchases only thrown cattle. .Indue ii:--!it is oi , course essenl ial to success, but there is no reason why a man of reason-! able experience in slock should law on' bis nioin-y b, illy when ncgotiat-' iui! for good milkers. Much nioiv; dillicult and uncertain as to results! is the purchasing of heifer calves to two-year-old. 1 know a great many; men who [)rofess to he able to pick; out heifer calves which will make: first-class milkers, but I also know; that these select ions frequently prove j disappointing. Beyond ...

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 — 4 April 1903

MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter, .1/1 per lb. choice lots 1. [-[? Bacon, Did. to 10c I per lb. MELBOURNE MAHKKT*. Butter, lid per lb. Bacon, -Hd per lit. BR1SUANE MARKETS. Butter, 1/1- pur lb. Bacon i»id to lid p:-r lb.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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BYRON BAY DROUGHT RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

BYRON BAY DROUGHT KKLIKK ' FUND. The following donations have been received : .*?: s. 1 1. Previous Amount S 0 II H. E. Green () 2 () A. E. Brown 0 H- I*.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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DAIRY & FARM. KEEP THE MILK CANS CLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

[?] K REP THK MILK CANS CLEAN. The cans that take back skim milk IVoin the factory are probably re sponsible for more poor dairy pro ducts than any other one thing connected with dairying; and all be cause of the want. of an understand iiv-r of what is meant !-v cleanliness in connection with dairy products. A milk can starts out in life with the best of intentions and a thick coat of tin to protect the easily rust ed iron : and if it were kept, dean the can would re::iain good tor a number of years. Hut with the first !trip to the f.ictory th ? downward path com snenccs. A littl' milk lodges in sonri corner, dries on, is not washed i off, ami s - for:ns a source of c miam ination. It forms a see 1 h'd from which eacli day's fr.-sli warm milk; receives its charge of putrefactive' bacteria : and eacli day's milk adds a, little to th-- iiif--ct..'d spot, til) a thinj film spieids ovt'r t h »? surface of the can. which only a thorough scrub-, biuy will remove, an 1 tliat. scrubbing; ii...

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

PROGRESS. P'T^rKX()Vb!K for six months ending September. 1 ' i- 1902. £140,300. OIIAHKS taken up hy fanners to date 6997 nnOTAL Number of Shareholders 1 ICQ ^^KTT profits for Half-year ending oOth Septem * i .. i -2 £1603 5s 11 -THK — Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society LIM1TKD. SfM-tt Snssex-Sn«--'t. Sydney.

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

ODDFELLOWS SOCIAL On Thursday evening, last, the; third Social of the United Grand Or der of Oddfellows was held in the School of Arts, which had been ren dered bright with a great display of various coloured Hags by Messrs. McLean and Harrison. There was not a large attenda:ic2, about 2') couple, but all spent a most pleasant time, as the weather was delightfully; cool for dancing. Occasional tables; had been arranged on the Platform \ for those who preferred a quiet game of cards. Mrs. A. E. Brown presid ed at the piano with her usual kind-: ness, Mr. Costello, Jnn.. assisting! occasionally. This Social has opened; the Season most auspiciously, and there is likely to be many pleasant events on the same lines through the coming winter. Among the ladies present we noticed Mrs. King in white, Mrs A. E. Brown also in vhite with pearls and on the blouse a small bow and flowing ends of pale blue ribbon. Miss Brown (Woollon gong) in black skirt raid dainty blouse of cream silk tucked and...

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 — 4 April 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr. Heading's butchering business has been floated into a Co-operative Company, and is to be carried on un der the management of Mr. J. Mor rison. Byron Bay residents will be pleased to hear this as Mr. Morrison lias hitherto given great .satisfaction as Manager for Mi1. Heading, and is well-known and liked by all those who have had dealings with him in the past. On the 18th nist., the Public School picnic takes place. Mr. Warren of Cape Byron Light house, went to Sydney by the Ca vanba, last Saturday, on ? official business. It has been rumoured at Murwil lumbah that a case of what is be lieved by local doctors to be leprosy has been discovered there. A Business Card notifies the peo ple of the district that Mr. James Stokes has bought out Mr. Henley, storekeeper of Ne wry bar. Mr. Stokes, is from Victoria, and has travelled over most or tne states, out is ex tremely pleased with the North Coast, and has decided to settle among us. We wish Mr. Stokes, prosperity i...

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 — 4 April 1903

THE LAND OF THE MAORI, On Tuesday evening Wherahiko Rawei appeared in the local School of Arts, there was a fair house, but owing to heavy rain falling all day and the weather still threatening, many who would otherwise have been present, stayed away. Mr. RaAvei does not, it appears, profess to be a first-class recitor and 'highly cultured elocutionist,' but speaks in s'rong, simple language desciibing his country and the pathedc and hif morous phases of Maori life, and illustrates with some fine Lantern Pictures the scenery of New Zealand, and types of the Maori race. He sings native songs, and a Maori La ment in English, '? The Death ofj Piwa,'1 his own composition, and tells the story of the young girl, whom, he said, died of fever, after he had nearly cured her, through the! ignorance of the Maori medicine-! man who gave her a quantity of pork j to eat during his temporary absence. The d-?sire to rais? his people, and to prevent their utter extermination is, strongly manifest in...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Telegraphic NEWS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

{psle|ra|al}ic H^s Syd.nky. Thursday. Grout excitement continue-; ;it l;umvorlh in connection wit'.i the Parliamentary contests. Dozens of Members are in the district ch:iiiiM:oiiiii'_f the respective candi dates. The Premier leaves for Tamworih to-tiiirln. The Pr-jmier rag lr Is t.lio revenue re turns ;]?« very satislajto-y considering the railway and oMier decro..-es. E.lward Riso ii. employed in the Lands Department, slipped on the mantle tiles in the Lands Office to-day ami frac tured his skull. H j died shortly after hh admission to the hospital. ' As a result of the recent splendi I rain the prices of foods are not likely to l-e dearer drrinir winter. Mr. Waddell replied to hi-; critics a'. Tamworth last nlirht. and admitted the necessity of stringent economy in all de partments.

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

Queensland Items. Thore has been heavy rains in North Queensland, the rivers are in flood, and 17 inches of rain fell in four days at Geraldton. Floods are expected at Townsville, last Saturday the water was reported to b-? some feet over the causeway connecting .blinders Street with Hermit rark. Bowen has had heavy rain, and the wind blowing half a gale. Rain has also fallen inland, and conditions are still Ih. eatenirig. Winton reports that good rain has fallen on the sur-j rounding stations, and all the creeks j westward are running sc ong. It appears it was a Bowen boy! who was missing from the Towns ville G/anrnijr Sj!i -)ol during the cyclone. When the wall fell the boys and their head masters struck for the open, but soon after the Bowen youth was not to b? found. j and it was believed he was covered! with debris. t During the night he| was mourned as dead, but he turned j up bright and smiling in the niorn-j ing. In reply to an inquiry from, the headmaster as to why he had; ...

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Cable News. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

(Jable ^gWs. ? ♦♦ ? London, Tuesday. A religious service was held over the body of the late Sir Hector Mac donald in the bedroom occupied by him in the Hotel Regina, in Paris, prior to the removal of the body to the British Embassy, pending the arrival of the members of his family. Later. At the instance of the relatives of the late. Sir Hector Macdonald, it has now been arranged, in compli ance with Scottish wishes, that the funeral shall take place in Scotland. The late Sir Hector Macdonald's cr»n wlir* ic 1ii vfnirs i\¥ :--'P Ilil.S III' rived in Paris, and will om-ort his father's remains to England. When it became known that the interment of Sir Hector Macdonald was intended to take place in France there was immediately a wild out cry in Scotland, and the clan Mac donald and several of the Highland societies summoned meetings to con sider the matter. One gentleman in Dundee guaranteed th'j expenses of conveying the body to Scotland, ami others expressed their willingness to con...

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TRAGEDY AT MACKAY. DOUBLE MURDER BY A PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 4 April 1903

TRAGEDY AT MACKAV. DOUBLE MURDER BY A PRISONER. It will be remembered that a young girl was murdere 1 at Habana near Mackay some little time ago, and a Kanaka was arrested for same. The Kanaka Sow Loo Loo, was lodge I in tlie Majkay Look-up awaiting his trial, on the .afternoon or March 2'Jth he was allowed to take exer cise m the yard with two white prisoners and two Cingalese. One or.' the white prisoners. J. hn Mart-u, was hanging clothes on a lino, when Sow Loo Loo came up behind him and b ri id an axe in his skull. The other prisoners gave the alarm, and the lock-up keeper. Johnson, entered the .yard and went, in the direction of the inni-ilerof I man. Pie was inter cepte.lliya prisoner named Jame- Jon cour, who warned him that the Kanaka was arme I with an axe, an I advise! him to arm himself with a revolver. Johnson, however, brushed the prisoner aside, and went to tin; dead body, and was standinu jover it when the Kanaka, who was hid iing liehiml a wood-heap, stepped oat and...

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