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MULLUMBIMBY YOUNGER SET SECRETARY'S ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

MULLUMBIMBY YOUNGER SET ^ SECRETARY'S ANNUAL REPORT. 'it is indeed a pleasure to .present tho third annual report of the' Mul lumbimby Younger Set showing as it does a very active and most success ful year,' stated Miss Kath Healy, ecretary of tho 'Mullumbimby: Youn ger Sot, at the.- annual meeting held last. week. ' , 'All our. meetings havo been very well attended, sixteen - having : - been held during the yeilr, . the ? attoudauco being as follows: Mrs. Johnson 14, Misses G. Bull 14, L. Brooker 11, A. Clark 0, E, , Clark 11, A. Dawes .14, 11. Doorey 12,- G. Everett 5, T. Franklin: 13, 1C. Gentle 2, II. Healy 14, K.. llealy 15, M. Henville 13, C. Ireland 5, M. Kimp ton 10, J. Maddy o; N. Maddy 10, -M; Olive 0, J. Pullinger 9, L. Rayward' lG O. liumnisry 2, N. Tarlinton 2, P. Walker 15, M. Walsh 13. : At our last annual meeting held or) 10th April, 1035, tho officers elected1 were as follows: President, Mrs. L. G. Johnson; Vice-Presidents', Misses L. Rayward (re-elected) and Miss; ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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MONS MARIE DOMING COMMERCIAL VARIETY. BANANA GROWERS AT CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

MONS MARIE , COMING COMMERCIAL VARIETY. BANANA GROWERS AT CONFERENCE. The importance of Mons Mario - as a- coming commercial variety banana was emphasised by Mr. J. J. Johnston at a mesting of fruit oxliibitors of the Queensland! Royal National Society recontly held at Palmwoods ( Queensland) . Mr. 'Johnston, who is well-known ill I ' * j this district, attended the conference i with Mr. Eric' Steel, Brunswick rep I resontative on tho Banana Marketing Board, and those gentlemen; represent ed the Brunswick-Richmond districts. ? Others present included the Secret ary, Mr. Watson; President, Mr. Bot tomly, and tlio Chief Steward, Mr. Finlayson, M.L.A. I . Sovoral niattors eoncorning the forth l coming exhibition were discussed and | somo alterations made .in sections of j tho .fruit exhibits. | A 'motion -moved, -by Mr. Johnston - that points be allocated. in the banana, section for tho Mons Marie variety, ' 1 was curried. ; It .was agreed that Mons Mario is a- looming commercial varie...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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EASTER TENNIS TOURNAMENT AT BYRON BAY. EVENTS OPEN TO ALL-COMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

EASTER TENNIS TOURNAMENT AT BYRON BAY., J - EVENTS OP JiN 'i'0 ALL-COMEliS. Tho Cavanba Tennis CI lib, Byron Bay, is making, extensive arrangements for' the annual Faster tournament to be conducted \on f their courts from 10th. to 13th April. I There will bo events for ladies and gents, singles championship, doubles ard singles championships and mixed doubles championship. Handicap ev onts for these competitors will also be on the programme. , i Entrios will close on Wednesday next; 8th inst. with the Secretary, Mr J. W. Thickett. Entry fees aro 2/6 for single players and 2/- per playor in doubles.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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MULLUMBIMBY GREEK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

MULLUMBIMBY CREEK NEWS : A successful social was held recent ly /in aid of the P. and C. funds. The 500-tourney was won by Mr. Lea Walsh and Miss Alma Daly. A novelty waltz was won by iMiss Val-Yelds and Mr. Hamilton ' and the estimating com petition by little Billy :;Bassott. } A. 500-tourney was/ hold last Friday and the- winners ?; were Mr. and Mrs. Wiay. Mrs.; siiending-. a' ,fow adys with Mrs. James Bower, Jo£ Pul pit Hill. Mr. Dave Coiuly .who has been vis iting' his relatives at Nowra, is .ox. peeted to rotuut ut thu wceU-eud. Mr. Devino, of Whian Whian, 'spent the 1 woolc-ciul with Mr, A. Smitli. ,Mrs. M. Wilson and Mis. Flood, who spent a' few days at Brunswick Heads havo returned home.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

s. GLOSS SUPER^FINISH foreverijthing that travels/ MULLUMBIMBY AGENT: G. D. BRIDGLAND i'lU'iUstier. i?,0. Box 51 Plionc 91. The Homo NOW READY AT YOUR SERVICE;, THE BEST OF ITS KIND SMALL GOODS, HAM AND BEEF , REFRIGERATOR AT . A. CAPONAS All Meats and Fish Kept Fresh and ' Wholesome for you, at All Hours Call and Inspect. 'Cleanliness aind Civility at Caponas*. Fruit, the best, in Season and Meals ! the Best iu Town', from 1/0. Soft Drinks, lee Cream : I have no rivals here or anywhere. A. CAPONAS ? — ? -| I COMING SHOWS | . The following show dates have been adopted:-r- . , Grafton, April ? 20. and 30; May 1 ''U ? Maclean, May 5 and 0. Coraki, iMay 8 and 9. Casino; May ,12, 13 and 14. Kj Oglo, May 20 and 21. CARS FOR HIRE DAY UR NIGHT Biur.swlck Heads— Mullumbimby DAILY SERVICE M. WRAIGHT, Proprietor PHONE 179, 0r G. W. SLOGEOVE, 214 NOTICE BE AMONG THE THRIFTY BUYERS AND SHOP AT S GARDNER' & SON Coupons given with every Sixpence spent. Our Coupon System is «juiv alent to ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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SCHOOL COLUMN TEST RESULTS. SIXTH CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

SCHOOL COLUMN j TEST RESULTS. SIXTH CLASS. Menial. Arithmetic: Li, J. MansoiJ, 2nd l'. Fianag.n, 1/. KUroy ; '- 3rU,'.--JU ttiidgl»ud., Oo-ti wm-k a.su trum ii,. Gibson, L. Lindsay and J. Norris. Written- Arithmetic : ? Best work: from.D.Daw, 1\ Flanagan, L, Kilroy, J., Manscil, C. Lindsay, L. Lindsay, il. Pritchard,- J. Mansell. Roauu.g: 1st, - IV' I'lanagan; 2ml, J.: Stewart, L: Bridglaud; 3rd, L. Ste wart, N. ?Farraiy J. Mallett, L. Kil roy, B. James. Writing: 1st, L.\ Kilroy, - J.' Mansell* Others who did well: D. Law, P. Flanagan,' S; Perkins, S. : 'Anderson, N. Murray, C« McPherson; -J. Attewell, R. Lindsay., ' : Dictation: 1st,, L.- Stewart,; J. Stc-, wart, L. Bridglaud; -ml,- B. Mann; ... ,3rd, J. Mansell. FIFTH CLASS. Onco more the .monthly tests are ? being held. Some results are to hand.' Composition: A fair effort was made i by every member of the calss. ? , Pattie Whittall, 1st ; Horton Mc--( Dowall 2nd; John Sherry 3rd. Grammar: Horton McDowall 1st; ; Pattie Whittall a...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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MIDDLE POCKET PUBLIC SCHOOL HIGHEST MARKS IN MONTHLY TEST. ARITHMETIC. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

MIDDLE POCKET PtTBLIC SCHOOL ' HIGHEST MARKS IN MONTHLY ? TEST., r;..,- i ARITHMETIC. 2n'd class: Loriia Swaysland. i ?1th class: Eutli Swaysland and Cy- | ill Went equal). | 0th' class: Clive Pearson. ? I ENGLISH. | : -1th class:; Cyril AVcnt. ? : -Otli class: Joyce Swaysland,. DICTATION. 2nd 'calss: Lorna Swaysland. 4th class: Hutch Swaysland. Oth class: . Joyce Swaysland. HEADING, v 2nd class: Lorna -Swaysland. ?1th class: Ruth' Swaysland' and .Cyril Went (equal) . ? , ?? Oth class:' Joyce Swaysland. , WRITING. 2nd class: Sam Noter. ! 4th class: Eutli Swaysland. Oth class: Clivo Pearson.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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RELIEF WORK AVAILABLE TO GENUINE APPLICANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

RELIEF WORK AVAILABLE TO GENUINE APPLICANTS. Mr. A. E. Biuld, M.L.A., is in re ceipt of the following communication from tho - Minister for Social Serviuos .(Mr H. M. Hawkins). 'In reply to your, representations, concerning the inability of a number of hitn to obtain food relief at Mul luinbimbyi I desire to intimate that inouiries which havo ' been instituted show that such assistance has not been | refused to any genuine applicant.' i Tho Minister adds that any applica tions made in the future will bo con sidered on their merits.

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STRAYING STOCK JAMES LAW BEFORE THE COURT. HORSES A NUISANCE SAYS MR. HUNGERFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

STRAYING STOCK i JAMES LAW BEFORE THE . COURT.. HOUSES A EEGULAE NUISANCE . SAYS MB. 11 UNGEUPOltD. Jamos Law, a ?well-known iden tity of Mullumbimby, was before tho local Polico Court on Friday fast charged with ha/ving two lior sos straying on tho streets within the Municipality. The complaint was lodged 1)7 tho Municipal Council which body was 'represented by Mr. H. Hungerford of Hungerford and Hungerford, so icitors, Mullumbimby. Defendant pleaded guilty. Mr, Hungerford said that on !-th March the Town Clerk . and Nuisance Inspector went to the .intersection of Dallcy and Tyagarah. 1 Streets whero tliCy' saw two stallions straying. One was hobbled and the other had a hal ter tied to it. ;? .,,, -v,. ?. 'This 'is ; an old offence, ' declared Mr. Hungerford, 'and during- the last five years no less than 50 'animals own ed, by defenadnt have boon impounded. His horso.s are a' 'regular .- nuisance. Tlie stallions are a menace to the pub lic. The council takes a, serious view of the ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

# Superlative Qyafity Beun Seed . . OFFERED BY . . The Farmers' Store jf^XTREMELY adverse weather .conditions in tho regular growing areas have rendered supplies of most varieties vory scarcc, and now crcp deliveries aro much later than usual. Stocks on hand therefore aase 'limited. What we havo' are Cham?icn Quality, and aro offered at attractive Current Rateis, while they last. FOR PROMPT DELIVERY CANADIAN WONDER New crop Victorian, arriving on Saturday, April 4th. CJEGENT ORDERS: We have a few bushels on hand to meet your call, embracing: Canadian Wonder. Brown Beauty. Staylcy's Surprise. ; Butter Beans. FORWARD DELIVERY About Third! Week in April. Choice, hand-picked and graded 1036 harvest. Feltham Prolific. Africanda, New Discovery. WE SPECIALLY. RECOMMEND PRESENT STOCKS 'BURPEES' Stringfiess Greenpod THE FINEST GREENPOD BEAN IN CULTIVATION. Acccpted for years in U.S.A. as unequalled' by any other iGreenpo.i Bush Bean. The attractive, rich green pods are a,l-.ut G n. long, sli...

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PROMINENT PRESBYTERIAN MR. C. J. R. PRICE, M.A. DIRECTOR CHILD WELFARE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

PROMINENT 1 PRESBYTERIAN MR. O. J. R. PRICE; M.A. I DlltEUTOll CHILD WELPAlffi DEPAKTMEIS'T. ' 1 ' Kooping in time with the cclet bratioas: of MuUiunbilliby and Dis trict Presbyterians, Mr. C. J. R Price, Director of tlio Child Wel fare Department of the Pr;sbytor fcm Church of Australia,, paid an official visit to Mullumbimby dur ing tlie week-end for tlio conclu sion of tlio c:lobrat,ions. Mr. Price proved himself an ^interesting prcaclicr from the pill- , pit of St. Andrew's on Sunday night last, and during lus visit was an exceedingly .busy man. On Saturday night the visitor at tended a rally of tho fellowship As sociations, and on Sunday morning firstly addressed the Sunday School teachers, following which lie took. the Morning Scrvico and in tho afternoon journeyed to Main Arm Sunday School and ut 6.15 p.m. met tho Mullumbim by Fellowsliippers and later conducted tho evening service in St. Andrew's. MORNING SERVICE. The morning service was well . at tended and the preacher del...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

f ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ' 4 ?- A : JlR i ! TOURIST CLASS j ► . ; 4 ; Tourist Class Accommodation is now : :- available on Seven P & O Royal Mail Liners j : R.M.S. MOLDAVIA . 16,556 TONS . I i ; R.M.S. MONGOLIA . 16,600 TONS J . ^ \ - R.M.S. NARKUNDA . 16,632 TONS « ; R.M.S. MALOJA . . 20,914. TONS j 1 ; ? R.M.S. MO0LTAN . . 20,952 TONS ' ; : ^ R.M.S. STRATHNAVER 22,283 TONS ' ' J ! ' R.M.S. STRATHAIRD . 22,284 TONS ' 1 ' J J The standard of comfort is unusually high', cuisine and ! ; service are excellent, the public rooms are tastefully fur- ; ij nished and ample deck space permits the full enjoyment - . : of sports and entertainments or quiet restful days at sea. i : ??? . I ' . : FARES FROM £39 PLUS EXCHANGE J ' ! ROYAL MAIL LINERS J * t 1 * VISIT. THE. OLYMPIC GAMES, BERLIN, 1-I6th AUGUST. 193R \ L ? j ? ? ?? ? - ,, ? V ? ? ,T. ? - ? „ — - / W

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GOLF MULLUMBIMBY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

GOLF | MULLUMBIMBY CLUB. j With the approach of Ihe main golf ing season .there' weru increased at tendances on Mullumbimby. golf .links over .the week-end. An, IS holes stroke competition on Saturday resulted: A. :M'cKee 24, 01; K. Uptin 2-1, 02; ' W. 1J. ^Smith, 2S, .01; '\V. G.^^airar S, 00; C. S. inch 10, 72; A. 11. Bart.,' lot t 17, 75. j i ' . A similar ..competition .was '-woii; by-. 11. Pisher 22, 03. .. Other cards were: T, Ji. Dully, . 20, 03; A. McKee. '22, -!S;'K. iMoyes II, OS;- A. Moyes 25, 0!-; G . '.llainmoiid 20 '0; - \V. ID, Smith 20, 70; . C. S. Inch 10, 75. . The associates also enjoyed rounds. All - players i are . .requested .-to com pli'te their cards and hand in' for han dicapping' purposes.. . . ' ..(Jr nd' tions 'over the week-end. were, pcrlect and quite a few players' will 'ecMve the handicappers' .blessing, j r... Noticed the secretary, doing .a lot . of hiking ufter'. the elusive, pill, '.and,, the president with tho opposite, com plaint—two terrific - ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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SCOUT ACTIVITIES MULLUMBIMBY TROOP. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

SCOUT ACTIVITIES MULLUMBIMBY TROOP. . On Saturday afternoon 32 scouts paraded at tlie Council Chambers' green. The Cub Pack, which was in cliargci of Cubmastor G-aHon, muiiborcd 20, Keen interest is be ing maintained1 by the boys. A demonstration of Morse and Lamp lore was given by several scouts and .judging by : the speed attained in sending and receiving of messages, llieso boys have truly made rapid' strides in one short mouth., ? Only 12 boys in the troop remain to pa?:s the Tenderfoot examination, anil these boys are working bard so that tlioy niayMjo able to wear uni forms and parade for Investiture oil Aiizac Day next, when it is hoped to invest the troop. . Mr. D. Pearce of the. Court House Hotel, has very generously donated u very line Banner and Union . Jack to the troop, and it is hoped that these Hags will be on lian'd for . tho conse cration and presentation to the troop o Anzac Day. Preparations g.re being made for the investituie, and it is hoped that sev eral visiti...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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STAINERS CRUCIFIXION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

STAINER S CRUCIFIXION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Next Sunday evening, ..at the con elusion of the Combined' Presbyterian and Methodist Churches Service to be : held 111 St. Andrew's Presbyterian : Church,: Mullumbimby, the ? beautiful Eafcter tpratorio, 'Tho CrucilixibJi, ' composod by Sir John Staiuer, 'will be ' rendered in the Church. Tho; rendition is 'a recorded, one from 'His Master's Voice' studios and is sung by the Trinity Choir. Solo parts . are taken, by Richard Crooks (tenor), Lawrence Tibbett (bass) .with grand organ accompaniment by Mark An drews, /. A retiring collection will probably ? be. taken in aid of Missions. ? ? This beautiful and inspiring rendi tion will bo made possible through the ?' courtosy of Messrs Hilton Ainsworth and Lindsay Craddick, of the Mulluni ^bimby Radio Service.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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FOUND DEAD FORMER BYRON BAY RESIDENT. Mr. ARNOLD CHEW [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

FOUND DEAD FORMER BYRON BAY RESIDENT. ? : Mr. AHN OLD CHEW Attracted, by a loud: explosion - in .. . tlio bathroom of their home in Avon dale Avenue,' Lismoro, on .-Thursday morning' ot- last week, /Mrs.;' Arnold' Chew' Hastened to; the doorway and saw her 'husband, Arnold Whitfield; Cliew, lying on tho floor. -terribly, mut-i ilated about the face 'und - head. A , discharged shotgun was lying ueai the body. Tho Liamore police wore summoned and after an inspection with the do- | puty coroner \Mr. A. C. Joubort), tlio 1 Government medical officer (Dr.'E.i Kellas), and Dr. Opie, tho body was ' conveyed to the morgue. Tho police officers present wore Sorgoant J.' :'A. , Porter, Plaincolthcs Constable. H; E. Snowdon and Constable Peterkin. It was stated that Chew, who : is well known ill the Lismoro and Mul lumbimby districts, had been talking to his wife and a tradesman at the steps shortly before the tragedy. 'Jin. 'left them and went into the bathroom. The explosion occurred less, th...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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DRIVER BEFORE COURT YOUNG MAN ON SERIOUS CHARGE. REMANDED UNTIL NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

DRIVER BEFORE COURT YOUNG MAN ON SERIOUS CHARGE. REMANDED UNTIL NEXT . As a result of an accident, Cyril Percival Pearson (24), driver of 'a 'bus, -was charged in the Mul lumbimby Police Court on Tuesday ( (afternoon, with having felonous- ( ly slain Geogre Wright. . ' Mr. H. Hungorfoi'd (Ilungerford and Hungerford) appeared for tho defend ant and agreed to.' a remand until . next Court (May 1st) . Mr. Hungerford applied for bail, stating that lio was fully: awaro of the serious nature of the charge, but undor the circumstances, a heavy bail .was out necessary. . 'Sergeant Stewart asked for a sub stantial bail. Bail was allowed in one surety of £100, or two' sureties of. £50, and de fendant was released upon bondsmen being forthcoming. SECOND CHARGE. A further charge was laid against Cyril Percivul Pearson, that of driv ing in a manner dangerous to the pub lie. Mr. Hungerford staled that his cli ent was not ready for this- case and again favoured an adjournment until next Court. ? I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

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SHOW MATTERS MONTHLY MEETING OF COMMITTEE. GENERAL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

SHOW MATTERS MONTHLY MEETING OF COMMITTEE. GENERAL BUSINESS. , . Miv H. Hungerford, Vice'Prosi dent, occupied tno cliair at tne mooting of tne Mullumbimoy Ag ricultural Society Committee on WadlioEday last. An apology was received from tlie President (Mr. J. A. Walk.r) who left tho pervious day for , Sydney. 'Others present were Messrs S. Wal kcr. \v. .a. Cochrane, \V. U. Rollo, S. C. Vallance, C. K. tilieard, J . Bria ger, M. Kyles, G. Mallam and tllr. j.seciCtary (M. Pliut) . 'J'lio North Coast Agricultural Soci- ' icties' Association asKed 'for an ex pression of opinion as to .whether ex hibits winning iu teams of threes, fours, or more be debarred from coni ' peiing in a consultataion event.. Mr. Cochrane considered' that it1 wou.d be inadvisable to disallow liorse^ competing in such events from taking part in a consultation j-vent as oiie o two /members of the team may not be lit for a first prize in un open «v«nt 011 their on, whereas they may be quite good for 'a consultation...

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Verdict of Manslaughter CYRIL PERCIVAL PEARSON COMMITTED FOR TRIAL CORONIAL INQUIRY AT MULLUMBIMBY, DEATH OF GEORGE WRIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

appeared to throw shadows on tho l-oad. That is just at the point whero tlie accident, oecul-red. ? At that curve the bus had to swing to tho right to follow the road. In going around a curve of that nature there is an in clination to go moro towards the cen tre of the road than ordinarily is thu ' t fTPnninelv believed the spoti montioned to be correct when I point ed it out to tho Sergeant on tho morn ing following tho accident . I was verj upset on the night of tho accident. To Coroner: When I shifted deceas ed I only shifted his head and should °*To Sogrt. Stewart: As far as I know the bus was in the same condition the following morning as it was the night ?before The brakes were a little better tho night before, I thought. Tlioy did not appear as though tliey had been interfered with. I will say that they were not in real good older. ine cear was in tho same condition. To Mr. Hungerford: The effective gears to which the Sergt. lias referred did not effect the pulling up of the ...

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