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COORABELL TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

COORABELL TENNIS. Saturday morning of last Week did not dawn promisingly for tennis play ers. A heavy south westerly raged and the temperaturo was rather too low to make the 'out of doors' attrac tive. However, the Coorabell club en gaged Myocum in a match on Coora bell court, resulting in a win for Myocum by 54 games to 53, Tho scores are as follows: Jamieson and Eider v. Gasper and Parish, 6/5. Martin and Fowler y. James and Par ish, 0/6. Clasper and Games v. Lang and Lind say, 1/6. Jamieson and Eidor.. r. Games aid Parish, 6/4. Clasper and Parish r, . Martin and Fowler, 3/6. Jamieson and Lang v. Games and James, 6/1. Eider and Lindsay v- Mrs. Clasper and Parish, 5/6, Mrs. James and Parish v. Lang and Martin, 6/3. Fowler and Lindsay y, Mr. and Mrs. J Clasper, 6/2., Jamieson and Aider v. Parish and Games, 6/5. Parish afid Clasper y. Martin and Fowler, 2/0. Lindsay and Lang v. Clasper and James, 6/4. Tho Glon Aven Club did not en gage in a match on Satuday, but journeyed to Hill Cre...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOOLOND ANNUAL MEETING. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

TOQLQND ANNUAL MEETING. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the Toolond Progress Association was hold in the Toolond School Boom on Tuesday, JJune 16th. The President, Mr. T. Mott, oecn piod the chair and presidod over ? good attendance. Tha Secretary'# re port was presented, embodying the financial position and tho activities of tho Association throughout the year TOOK 1(151! 'kfnffn.o nt lonol imilllTt.nM had recoived tlio attontion of tho As sociation members, and through repre sentations from tho body, a public tolcpliono has been installod, and re novations and additions to tho school School Safety signs had been roquestod and havo beon erected by the Byron SI. ire Council; School -requisites re ceived attention from tho Association and improvements to grounds, etc., was also accomplished.. Tho general balance sheet as pros- - ontede by the secretary, J. D. Gray don, showed that £6/14/11 has been extended on matters appertaining to tho welfare of the school and sur roun...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WILSONS CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

WILSON S CREEK An evening's rntertaiument was held in the Wilson's Crook Hall on Saturday night last. The promoter was Mr. E. G. Davies, radio agent, Mul lumbimby, who installed a wierless set in the hall for tho occasion. Supper was supplied by the ladies, and during the intorval after supper, Mr J. W. Banner, the chairman of the hall committeo, thanked Mr, Da vies for being good enough to come alonff and civn t.lio residonts an eniov- ' able evening with a wireless sot, it be ing tho first first timo dancing had been conducted in the hall, to music supplied by wireless. Mr. Davies brief ly responded. Tho evening's entertain ment concluded just before midnight. A collection was taken up in aid of tho Hall funds. Mrs. S. E. Laverty, of Mullumbim by, has been visiting frionds at Wil son 's Croek for a few days. She was the guest of Mrs G. Law and Mrs. W. Tyatson. Mrs. W„ Johnson hag returned home after spending a short holiday with . his brother, Mr. L, Johnson, of Bua^ Wi; ^'*1'

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

PERSONAL Miss A. Davis, of Hogarth Eange, j Casino,' is holidaying in Mullumbimby as the guest of her sister, Matron Da-..: vis, Muuumbimby Private Hospital. ., Const. Pickering, who has been sta tioned at Tenie-field for he past two years, and formerly of Mullumbimby, has received word of his transfer to Torrington . Mr. J. P. Eeilly, of Upper Coomera (Qld.), is on a visit to his mother, Mrs B. A. Eeilly, and attended the Jub ilee Celebrations , Mr and Mrs. L. Harris of Dyrabba, were visitors to Mullumbimby for the School Jubilee Celebrations. Mr Harris was a popular figure throughout. Miss Grace Lawrence, of Urbenville is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. G. M. Whittall. Mrs. C. F. Pearcc, of the Court House' Hotel, li'as returned after a short visit to Brisbane. Mr. W. Williams, 'of Main Arm, has purchased pure bred Illawarra Bull, from tho stud of J. T. Young, Hinton, N.S.Wj, j

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTORAL PROSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

ELECTORAL PROSECUTIONS. The Electoral Registrar at Lismore lias the names of 11 residents in tho Mullumbimby Subdivision, who have failed to secure electoral enrolment, or to notify change of address in the Subdivision* It ;is intended to issue summonses in all these cases within 10 days time, unless the electors concerned p.nm'rslei-.a nnA ?fr\T-Tt?r-fA * Ihittta /-/.w rect enrolment in the emantime. Cards' for the purposes are obtain-' able at all Post Offices. In order to avoid prosecution, there fore, each qualified elector who has failed to enrol, or to notify change of added in the Subdivision, should ob' tain ? cards and forward completed claims to the -electoral Register at Lismore without delay.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

GOLF, Threo competitions wero played last Sunday 'on Mullumbimby ' golf links, . when thero was an excellent attend ance. In' a mixed f oursomos in the morn ing, W.- G. Farrar and Mrs. Lindsay - bettered par by 3. Scores: G: Farrar and Mrs, Lindsay, 21, 63; - I.. .Mackenzie and Mrs. Duffy 28, 67; T. Duff, and Mrs. J. P. Walker 28, 68; C. ? S. Inch and Mrs. Farrar 21, 69; G- Mallam and Miss M. Withers 23, 71-; A. II. Bartlott and Miss R. With ers 27, 72; A. McKeo and Mrs. Gibson 24, 73; H. Fisher and Mrs. Hunger ford 18, 80; G. Hammond and Mrs, Bartlett 25, 83; Gi Lindsay and Mrs, Fisher 24, 87-. ?An 18-liole competition resulted: H. Hungerford 21, 64; B. Torrens 24, 67; K. Moyes 11, 73; W. E, Smith 26, 77; C. .Selwood 22, 80. ? An afternoon four-ball-best-ball v. ? par ,ovont wa8 won by W. G. Farrar . . and K. Moyes, 4 uji, i , BATUBDAY'S PLAY. W. G. Farrar, club champion, broke .par. by one in winning a flag compe tition on Saturday.'' Hp . finished with' i ; --Mvc-'Off tho 19th te...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRYERS' BARGAIN TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

BRYERS' BARGAIN TABLE. j Should have something that will apv peal to ,?our purse. No old stocK, but a number of slow-selling lines that we want to «lear before stock taking. Everything on our 'bargain?' table genuinely reduced in priee.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MULLUMBIMBY CLUB. SOCIAL GAMES ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

MULLUMBIMBY CLUB. : ~ SOCIAL-GAMES ON SATURDAY. Forty years' ago yhta'Mr. H. R. Anstey taught at Mullumbimby Public School tho neighbouring block of land wa8 covered with virgin scrub. On Saturday Mr. Anstey played on the identical spot on an up-to-date bowling green. He was accorded a special wel come by the Mullumbimby Club Presi dent (Mr. G. Lindsay). Social games resulted: Harvey, Berry, Stenner 26 v. Mc Naught, Anstey (Sydney), Lindsay 22. . . Gentle, Armbrustor, Gibson 27 v. John son, Coburn, Hungerford 25,

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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COOPER'S SHOOT MONTHLY TEST. ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

COOPER S SHOOT MONTHLY TEST. ENGLISH. 2nd class: Audrey Armstrong, 3rd class: Frank Keovers. 4th class' Emily Rose and Valeria Ward (lequal) . 6tli: Zoo Armstrong. 8th class: Eileen Rose. . WRITING. 1st class: Ivy Crooks. 2nd class: Val. Rose. 3rd class: Frank Keovers. ^ 4th class: Valerie Ward. ' 6th class: Beryl Wood. 7th class: Mjirie Rose. 8th class: Eiloen Rose. READING. 1st class: Joy Crooks. 2nd class: Barrie Hepworth. 3rd class: Frank Keevers. 4th class: Emily Rose. , 6th class: Kevin Hepworth. 7th class: Una McBarron. 8th- class: Eileen Eos|t ,i;

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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IDEAL CONDITIONS FOR SPORTS MURWILLUMBAH CENTER CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. KEEN COMPETITION PROVIDED IN ALL EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

IDEAL CONDITIONS FOR SPORTS UU^WZLLTnCBAH OIHTRg CATHOLIC 60H00L& KEEN COMPETITION PROVIDED. IN ALL EVENTS. Idoal .weather conditions favoured the second annual athletic and drill competitions conducted on Thursday, at Murwillumbah Showground by the Murwillumbah Centre of the North Coast Catholic Schools' Association, Keen competition was a feature of the contests, in which representatives from Murwillumbah High, Murwillum bah Primary, Mullumbimby, Tweed Heads, Burringbar and Uki schools participated. The Most Rev. Dr. Car rol,. Bishop of Lismore, attended as Patron, and the Most Rev. Dr. Far really, Coadjutor-Bishop, aa President of the Association. The races and dis play were witnessed' by a Iargs at tendance of parents and others. The inter-school contests the senior . athletie cup was won by Murwillum bah High, and the . junior and sub junior by Murwillumbah Primary, Mullumbimby won the junior phy* sical culture and mareh past eups. The trophy for senior ball games was w...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARNIVAL BOWLS MULLUMBIMBY CLUB'S COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

CARNIVAL BOWLS MULLUMBIMBY CLUB'S COMPETITION, j Mullumbimby bowling green was fully accommodatcd yesterday, when 3fl bowlers, representing 10 clubs and tho N.R.I). 13.A. participated . in a car - nival run in association with Mullum bimby School's golden jubileo celebra tions, As tho green was built for six rinks, un extra rink had to be im provised- ? Tho visitors woro welcomed by tho Club President (Mr G. Lindsay), who ruicrred to the presenco of tho offi cial N.K.D.B.A. rink comprpising Mes srs James Gould (Patron), J. C. Mc Kenzio (Prosident), H. Pearson (vice President) and J. Daley (vicePresid ent). Mr. Lindsay said one and all were delighted to have Mr. James Gould, tho 'fatlior of bowls on the jNorth CoaBt,' present. Mr. J. C. McKenzie responded. After three interesting rounds .of 15 ends each, Tweed Heads ana Coolan gattagatta, Lismore and Casino tie.d with three wins oach. Tweed Heads and Coolangatta were declared i inners with an aggregate of 64 points. Lis more was seco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

I WINTER .: ,:;v r v ( ^ \ * ? ? - 4' -? ? I .Wool de chene 36in. in red blue, bottle U saxe, rose, brown, navy, nigger, black & cream, good wearing cloth ; 3/) 1yd. .-Dress* Flannel 36in. in good range of ' ? . wanted shades Price 3/11 -Angoraline a good woollen -fabric with angora finish in brown, wine, navy. . 4/1 1yd. Printed Woollens in brown and navy only ^ 4/6 , Suiting Tweed in brown, fleck 54in. . ? .. . . f- wide 5/1' 1 ; Cotton; Dress Tweed in check designs . I' black & white, blue & grey brown ' & fawn 36' 1 /6yd, .. Velveteens in red, white, and saxe 2/3yd Fur Fabric 36' in black, fawn, grey 2/6yd. 'Navy Silk Serge 36'/ suitable for skirts ' ? or kiddies' tunics 2/6vd. ' ; SH0WB00M SPECIALS Ladies wool de chene skirts, 3 only in brown & navy 8/11 Ladies Shetland Wool dressing jackets in white, pink, and blue 3/1 lea. Ladies' Cardigans brushed wool in fawn J brown, lemon . 18/6ea. I( Childrens' Pullovers from 2/1 lea. ?'I ''.'?. | ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

DELICIOUS BEANS. ~ j ! We have rccoived a parcel of the, new 'Burf-eos' Bean. This new vari . ety of bean is stringloss, its flesh ten j der, brittle, juicy and dcliciousJy rich. ' The seeds are available at Budd's j Store, Mullumbimby, and already havo created a keen demand. BRYERS' BARGAIN TABLE. j Should have something that will ftp \ peal jour purso. No old ('but a number of' is1ow-:;ollinfj l:n.'3 J that wo want to otepr bofovo .'takl-.ijv. ?E^crvti'ing n' -?nr batg*-n«

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

I Your every Gold Weather ; Requirement at QIB80N'3 I VALUES in LADIES' OVERCOATS, »mtrt Veloofj .. 8B/«, W- I GIRLS' OVERCOATS, Latest Tweeds ? .. .. *5/6, 47 /i 8/11, 10/«, 11/9. UNBEATABLE PRICES in LADIES' JUMPERS, PULLOVERS aad CARDIGANS ? FROM 9/6, 10/6, 15/6, 17/11, 19/11 KEEN PEICES in GIRLS' SWEATERS 4/111, 5/11, 7/11, 8/11 1 Men's TWEED DOUBLE BEEAS TED OVERCOATS, 82/fl, 85/, 4!/6 LEATHER OVERCOATS, AT .. .» .. .. .; .. 7#/« Men's PULLOVERS, CARDIGANS, SPORTS PULLOVERS and 1 TURTLE NECK SWEATERS, all Keenly Prieed from 10/6, I 15/6, 19/11, 8!/« | ALL WOOL WHITE SPOETS PULLOVERS ., .. .. .. . . -15/« BOYS' 'and YOUTHS' TWEED OVERCOATS, at 15/6, !«/«- So/ BOYS' PULLOVEES and SWEATERS ? 4/6, 6/0, 7/11, 16/« SEE OUR, BIO RANGE OP WINTER BTOOK, including PYJA MAS, WOOL UNDERWEAR, MILLINERY, PLANNBfcEEISfe WOOL TWEEDS, Eto. G. F. GIBSON BYRON BAY ? Annual Church of England Ball - ~ SCHOOL OF ARTS, MULLUMBIMBY. AUGUST 4th, 1986, JUVENILE BALL, AUGUST 5tb Good Prizes for Fancy Set...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

liliSMilS I MICRO ?.SZNIITIVS SXOtO wSlSlSfSI/ Prices of Models suitable ! for Our Locality 1 Elect no Set 8 ?» . . 5 VALVE TABLE MODEL BROADCAST RECEIVER 6 5 VALVE TABLE MODEL DUAL WAVE RECEIVER . 10 Guinea^ 5 VALVE CONSOLE MODEL BROADCAST RECEIVER 23 Guinea 5 VALVE CONSOLE MODEL DUAL WAVE RECEIVER 20 Guineas 7 METAL VALVE CONSOLE MODEL BROADCAST RECEIVER 31 Guinea* 7 METAL VALVE CONSOLE. MODEL DUAL WAVE RECEIVER 35 GrisjStt 8 METAL VALVE and MAGIC EYE DE LUXE CONSOLE DUAL WAVE RECEIVER 42 Gnu leas _ . - .'??V Battery .Sets .... , 4 VALVE TABLE MODEL BROADCAST RECEIVER 10 4 VALVE CONSOLE BROADCAST RECEIVER ... -. 27 Guineas 5 VALVE CONSOLE BROADCAST RECEIVER .... 29 Guineas 6 VALVE CONSOLE DUAL WAVE RECEIVER ... .. 34 Guinett 7 VALVE DE LUXE CONSOLE DUAL WAVE RECEIVER : 89 CKdMtas | ? There are 12 WONDERFUL SETS to suit every taste . -and pocket. They are housed in Climate Proof Cabinet of surpassing . Beauty and Distinction. Every valve used is a. Miero-Sengitiva Radiotron, and th...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

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THE DIAMOND CODE PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

T ' ? i.r I IDE DIAMOND CODE I - ? By MRS. A. M. WILLIAMSON , i . Knely-blehdod, Story of 'Love, Adventure and Intrigue; ? ' Author of 'Hor Silence,' '.'Tho Perfume of Eve,' 'Behind Double Doors,' Ete, ' PEINOIPAI. OHAEAOTERS. r 8IE TVILLIAM -SAKENHAM:' Foreign Secretary. LADYn MAUREEN^DARKWOOD: His nifice- lovely, popular and rich, ROSE TILDEN: Lady Maureen's stepsister. She is slightly deformed and her defect has soured her. JDEVLIN MALLORY: Better known as 'Devil' Mallory: a globe-trotter and an ex-Secret Service man. . ? -\RTH UR WINANb: War correspondent of a famous newspaper: an ex Secret Service man also and Mallory 's clium. ARLETTA GLENOVA: A beautiful Polish dancer and a spy. GUIDA DI SERBELLONI: An impoverished Italian nobleman: in love- with Lady Maureen. .'What excuse did you make to leave the studio alone?' Mallory ask ed. 'I. had an- appointment with a doc tor. I've been suffering from fright ful headaches' the last few days. I thought that the studio lights might bo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

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BANGALOW CONTRIBUTION FUND. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 30 June 1936

BANGALOW CONTRIBUTION FUND. COMMITTEE MEETING.' The usual monthly committee meet I ing of the above was held in the Sec retary's Office on Thursday night when there wero present J. G. Snow' in the chair; C. L. Snow, H. B. Stor man, H. H. Graham,' -V. Slattery, L. G. Gray, G. S. Crisford and the sec retary, A. C. Christmas. Anrkl/\rrinn n'ni.n J!..~ ? r* Crawford,' Rev. Walker, Dr. Grey, R. Li Chard and Pastor Candy. The' chairman expressed a motion of sympathy with the secretary in tho loss of his father, who had recently passed away, and the motion was car ried with all members standing. ' c On the motion of C. L. Snow, sec onded by W. Slattery, accounts for St. Vincent's Hospital, £14; Dr. Len taigne refund of amount . paid to St. Vincent's Hospital, £4; L. J. Gray commission, £1/16/9; and J. M, Flint, printing and advertising, £3/12/-, mak ing a total of 23/11/9, were passed for payment. On the motion of C. L. Snow, second ed by H. B. Storman, the names of seven new subscribers w...

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