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BRUNSWICK HEADS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 10 July 1936

BRUNSWICK , HEADS Mi;. Frank Waligly returned home from a few weeks ^holiday in Sydney. A euchre tourney held at the Kiosk last wieck in aid of thoi Convent Ball funds was very successful. Mr. J. P. Walker won the prize and generously donated it back to the funds. A tro phy was won by Mr. Ellis, Bangalow. Shire men are busy with the bitu- j men poi in iuuiiumuiuiuy oireei. iais Street from ' the latter street to Ward's and -Wakcly's cottages is in a deplorable state which, no doubt, the cnginoer will attend to while his gang ig about the place. i Mr. Jack Hicks, Lismore, and party aro spending a week on thoir launch 'Lavina.' Mr. and Mrs, 'Dick' Rummery and family, returned to Lismore last Sunday, after spending three weoks here. Mr. Rummery is of the C.P.S. staff, Lismore. Influenza epidemic has paid a visit her, very severe in many cases. Messrs T. Farrugia and A. Lofts have had more than thoir share of the complaint. Johnson's fishing party are camp ing at Boggingar. Some of the ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BANGALOW TALKIES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 10 July 1936

BANGALOW TALKIES i , At the Bangalow Talkies on Sat urday night it will be hard to guess - the guilty one in the star picturo 'Thunder in tho Night,' as an in nocent man coufessed — a lovely worn- I |an remained silent in terror, while a gay detective hid (clueg that led- to a climax. The supporting picture 'Kind Lady' has many mystifying inter lud s, and there are many* human mo ments with periods of '? comedy skit- ? fully injected. There will also be (a tu.ijeful Musical Revue 'Star Night at the- Cocoa Nut Or ore ' a lid NeWs Seels..

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANCELLED PRIME MINISTER'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 10 July 1936

CANCELLED PRIME MINISTER'S VISIT. Word was received in Mullumbimby on Wednesday to the effect that the J Prime Minnister (Mr. J. A. Lyons) i would be unable to visit Mullumbim by on Saturday, 25th July, as antici' pated. Mr. Lyons had arranged to . visit the Far North Coast as a part of his itinerary to Queensland. The date of his visit to Mullumbimby synchronis ed with the date fixed for the Junior ! Farmers' Exhibition and the distin guished visitor was to participate in connection with the official opening of that event. Mr.-R. F. II. Green, M.P., who had oeen ? largely responsible, tor the pro posed, visit, recei/ed th„- following telegram frjm Mr. Lyons: 'Rregret owing presaun important 1 Government business, now Pud re lustantly etmpellcJ postpone Queens land visit for the present. T.nfotun iitely this will cancel visit your elec torate. Feel very grateful .for ai range mcnts made. -Deeply regret inconveni ences caused' by p'.utponemenx. ' . . Mr. Green visited Mullumbimby on ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BYRON BAY v. 'NUDGEL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

BYRON BAY , v. 'NUDGEL. The Byron Bay reserve team, fielded at Byron Bay, failed to hold Billi nudgel, who by tlie interval had an 18-nil lead, with the final scores 27-6 The game was not productive . of good football but was played wHlling ly, with Byron Bay triers to the fin isu . ; 'Nudgel's points came from four tries by S. Larkin, two by J. Farrell and one by J. Boyle, with three .goals by Boyle. L. Harder and E. Madden scored tries for the home team. . S. Larkin was the pick of Billinud gel, .with J. Benso^ and Madden to the forefront for Byron Bay Mr. E.- Mallam refereed.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MULLUMBIMBY v. SURFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

MULLUMBIMBY v. SURFERS. Mullumbimby fielded two juniors to complete its teaem ' against Surfers and they performed 'Creditably at half and full-back. Nevertheless, the team ?was below its uSual'strength and, with the assistance of :t' breeze, Surfers swept away to score 14 points to nil in the first half. C. Walker received a facial injury shortly before half time and did not further participate, leaving the Surfers with 12 men. Mul lumbimby unleashed .better movements in tlio second half to sC0I'e six points. ?Scorers for Surfers were K. Sulli van, J. Walkley, ,W., Moss and H. Korscli, triesc, and J. Walkley, goal. A. Montgomery and E. Mallam cros sed, for Mullumbimby, C. \vraight, Korscli, Walkley and : Moss performed well in tho winners ' back division, but failed to take suf ficient advantage of looseness in Mul lumbimby 's forward, play. A. Kil'roy, R. McLaren and S. Pla ter werel'bost for Mullumbimby., Mr. J. Hay ward refereed; ? Complaints were mado concerning the state of th...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL SURFERS LEAR COMPETITION. BYRON BAY DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

FOOTBALL EURHERS LEAR COMPETITION. BYRON BAY DEFEATED. Mullumbimby and Byron Bay were ? without the services of their cup ? play : ers in tho Byron League football j games on Saturday and wore beaten by Brunswck Surfers and Billindgel respectively. The matches completed the third round. Surfers have assumed i tl' lead, with Mullumbimby, Billinud rrnl and. Ttvrnn Hn V - fnllnnnntr ill tllttt. order. ' J A fourth round and a knockout round will be played, taking the sea son to the cud of August or early September. Premiership- points are: Surfers 12, Mullumbimby 10, Billindgel 8, Byron Bay 4. Muliunibimby and Billinudgol j ha\e a postponed fixture yet to play. I

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMMUNIZATION MULLUMBIMBY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. SCHEME EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

IMMUNIZATION MULLUMBIMBY MUNICIPAL ? COUNCIL. ..... SCHEME' EXTENDED. '? ;Surpiise was expressed at last -ilight's meeting or me Mullumbiinoy ..Council, at -the few names, submitted us, yet x'or di^uthoria immunization as :pa'rt of the g^hemc. wlucn is at pros- . i-rit being conducted tiirougnout the. whol .of the Statu of Jncw South' ..Wtt.es. . ; ' 4u. his report to the council, the . Town Clerk (Mr. ,C. S. lucii) stated': tiiat' so far thero .were 31 families vn » piesented -in' tno cards returnod, tlio 1 total number of children concerned being 79. Tno cost of the treatment is 4/- per single child with a maximum fee of &/ per family, thus making the Coun cil's expenditure at £15/10/-. Allow ing for reimbursement on tho above rate tho return will £10/12/- and af ter allowing lor tlie treatment of tho children of relief workers free of charge, the cost to the Council will bo approximately £10. On the motion of Aid. Walker and Starr, it was decided that tho Council proceed,...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROAD COURTESY AND EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

ROAD courtesy; AND EDUCATION . In .every country in tho world to; , day, jvlie-e cars aro extensively used, the question of road accidents is en gaging the attention of the autliori- . nes and other interested organisations.-' Tho probl m can now be regarded as one of major International import ance with, however, varying local con ditions, but studeiits the world over unanimously agree that education of' an concerneu is ox primary import ance. Education and road courtesy go iliand in hand and more than ever bo fore, says the E.A.C.A., is tolerance and good fellowship needed on the road. Every motorist should drive with .greater car-e and consideration, remembering that often ho iliimself is a pedestrian, and every pedostrian should' exercise greater 'caution, not forgetting that at times ho too makes use of the motor vehicle in one form or another. ?-'Lec-us stii-agvw vd- - o*']''' on tho road, and in this yvay tho solu tion of - he problem will be found.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FETURING THE "SLIT" SKIRT [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

FETURING THE 'SLIT' SKIRT While for many months past, the town belles and mademoiseUes have bceu at great pains to show off their 'slit skirts,' it was . curious ? to isee one ,of the village maidens making every effort last Saturday to keep hers dark. To appreciate this , f rocking, note you must realise that Byron Bay girls are noted ior their smarto -ss in Keep ing up with the fashions; they always have just that little something which flavors 'La Femme. ' I On this day of days one of our most fashionable moderns, . attributed _ as THE leading dresser by the majority, was l-'pping daintily down the by-way (and you know how ono does trip on tjome of these Shire roads) when .a road hog tootied along the fairway. _ Our, streets can best be described .in 1 golfing terms, as when one leaves the fairway, they are decidedly in ,tlie rough. In dodging the scrap iron 'and gasoiine . before mentioii'd, our fair blonde tripped — and , bit the dust., When a perpendicular standing had been af...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

HARD WORK EASY NOW. Mr. W. J. Hood, Alford Foreat, writes: — 'For years ! have been unable to do heavy work, owing to rheumatism. However, since taking R.U.R. I can do the hardest work with no ill-efFects.' The original It.U.R. the wonderful Rheumatic Remedy, is aold with money-back guarantee certificate by F. I. WARD, anJLLTTMBIMBY. S. GARDNER and SON M'Bll^fj Asfe for Froo Booklets.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COORABELL PUBLIC SCHOOL. HALF YEARLY EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

COORABELL PUBLIC SCHOOL. HALF YEARLY EXAMINATIONS. The 'half yearly examinations were concluded on Thursday last. In the Uj-p8r Division, ten subjects wero treated and the maximum number of marks was 1000. In tho lower division eight subjcjcjts were treated, the mixi mum number of marks being 800. 'Hie claps places -arc- as follows: THE -UPPEE DIVISION. Otli ; class:'' Linda Knox. 650i ma'ks 1st; Max Martin 608J marks 2nd. n 5th class: Neville McKerrow 684 1st; Ken Morrison 2nd. 4th class: Joan Ak-ers 1st; Mavis Coles' 2nd. LOWEE DIVISION.. 3rd class: George Wedd 625§ marks 1st; Leslie Stuart COOJ 2nd. 2nd class: Colin Lofts 595 1st; Eona Stuart 580 2nd. 1st class: Colin McKerrow 1st; Ke vin Scarrabelotti 2nd. Certificates wero awarded to Lenda Knox, for obtaining the highest num ber of marks in the upper division and to George Wedd for obtaining the highest marks in the lower division. . i Test For Week-ending .... 26tli June. . . . . . : In this test Max Martin gained the certific...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS FINAL DRAW SHOT DECIDED MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

BOWLS FINAL DRAW SHOT DECIDED MATCH. i...... With three riuks completed and tlio score - o .ual, 71 all, and the- con cluding rink in progress with level . pegging at 22, the season's most in teresting bowling match was playel on Mullumbimby green in the Flick trophy series by Mullumbimby and Bangalow on Saturday. .. With the last bowl of the day, Dr. D. D. Gibson (Mullumbimby), drew tho shot to allow his rink, and team, to win by a point. Scores (Mullumbimby mentioned first): — Latter, Berry, McNaught. Stenner 18 v. Snow, Samios, F-erguson, Wilson 26. Johnson, Langley, Coburn, Fisher 23 v. Turner, l£eech, Hurst, McNeill1 25. Gentle, Barrett, Armbruster, Hunger ford 30 v. Hall, Ward, Hanier, Vir tue 20 . _ I Harvey, Wallace, Somorvillje, Gibson 23 v. Blanch, Barby, Beckinsale, Len taigne 22. Totals: Mullumbimby, 94; Bangalow .93. BYRON BAY CLUB. Mid-day showers resulted in only one game being played oil Byron iBay bowling green on Saturdav. In a sin gles championship somi-final, Woo...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAKING ARRANGEMENTS MULLUMBIMBY JUNIOR FARMERS' SHOW ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

MAKING ARRANGEMENTS MULLUMBIMBY JUNIOR FARMERS' SHOW ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING. Mr. H. J. Bower presided over a well-attended meeting of the Mullum bimby Junior Farmers Advisory Com mittee on Friday night when further . details in connection with the annual show .to be held on Saturday, 25th . Juiy, were discussed. It was reported that all the Judges who had been appointed, had accept yu na-n puaiuuns. _ A programme detailing the times of the various events for the . day was prepared. This includes the cominonc _ ing time for judging at 10 a.m. (all .. exhibits must be on the grounds by 9.30). J I ... T.lie official opening will take place ? at 12.30 to enablo Mr. R, F. II. Green M.U.R. to participate. The ceremony proper will be performed by Mr. 'A. E. Budd, M.L.A. The grand parade will commence at 2.30, so that the public will have time to attend. This will be followed by tho general sporting events. It was- reported that tho school band would attend and render a num ber of music...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE DAY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

ORANGE DAY SERVICE. Tlio 12th July celebrations in Mul lumbimby took tho form of a united service under the auspices of King Edward 71li Loyal Orange Lodge No. 22. The 'Rev. P. Bolto (Methodist) gave the address and- the Rev. J. W. Miller (Presbyterian), the Rev. .T. A Havman (Free Presbyterian), and Mrs Adjutant Palmer (Salvation Army), ssisted in tho sorvice. Bro. N. D. Irv ing, P.M, was chairman. ,

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DINNER PARTY BYRON BAY FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

DINNER PARTY BYRON BAY FUNCTION. Cn Thursday night last, the benedict and bachelor friends of Mr. Bill Stur mer, tendered him a dinner party at the Pier . Hotel, to suitably mark the occasion of his approaching marriage to M:ss Dulcie Bucld. Mr. Bill Ewnrt and his staff, had excelled themselves in (preparing tho . (tinner and Mr. Stunner, found himself the centre of a very festive scene when he and t twenty-two men friends sat at the table. Mr. Ji. it. Mouiton prosiuea a3 icnalr man and under his able guidance/jtho happy gathering soon got into full swing. The following toast list was disposed of in hearty manlier: 'The King,' Mr. C. Schniidtzcr ; 'Our Guest,' Mr. E. E. Mouiton, supported by Mr. C. Halpin (Cricket ers), Messrs J. Lennon-and A. North (Hockey players), Mr. C. C. Connors (best man); Mr. E. E. Mouiton ('The House')), Mr Noel Halpin (The Chair man) . Tho toasts and responses were inter spersed by various vocal and intru mcntal items, each and everv member of the party co...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

THERE'S A DIFFERENCE. . Tango. W-li at d'yer call yer dorg, Plug? b' P-ugger: 'Spot'! Tango: Yes, l.but what do you call him when he won 't do what yer tell I'im? There's a difference in grocevs, (oo. Try Bryers' tnd see.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

ADVICE TO MOTHERS . ' (By 'Aunt Lizzie',.) ' Mot'hw4j---If.j5;aiVk-.;;yjii.. is cranky, don't say 'Oh, dash tho kid,' isn-V-it, awfuil ' No my dear, you must bo pa tient, and find out tlio cause. Per haps ? the child is Jrangry.? 'Give -it sonic Arnott's Milk Arrowroot Bis cuits. 'Nir.fi and fid nnr -nnrtltflfc at Bryors'., Then- again the' trouble may be 'wind,' my dear. Cavanou'gh 's Car minative is recommended, 1/9 per bot tle at Bryers'. And note, Bryors al ways has this lino iu stock. ' ; - . Perhaps the poor littlo doar is chafed; If so, chuck some Johnson's jBaby Powder oh it. Price'- (fixed, not allowed- to sell under) 1/6. at- Bryors'.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

NOTICE - BE AMONG THE THRIFTY BUYERS AND SHOP AT S GARDNER & SON Cot. pong given wfth every Sixpence spent. Our Coupon System iB o^niv alont to a 2J per cent, discount on Cash Purchases. ' ' J Starts Thursdays 1 ®th. July, for B da^s only After 33 years successful tradjng under therrire Geo Mallam & Co., this firm from August onwards will be known as So all surplus stock must be cleared-. Now is the chance to buy! SHOWROOM SPECIALS .CORSELETTES, 5 pairs only- .. .. ALL, HALF PRICE CORSETS, 5 pairs only; Slightly -damaged. Were 8/11 and 10/6 ? NOW 2/11 BRASSIERE ODDMENTS ? ALL 1/- EACH. CHEAP BRASSIEBE, every day use; lOAd. NOW 9d. Each MILANESE UNDEEVESTS, in Gneen and* Black only. Were 2/11 ? ' NOW 1/6 Each FLEECY LIKED BLOOMERS, Pink, Blue and White. Were 1/9 ? ? ? ? NOW 1/6 Pair. Ladies' FUJI SILK BLOOMEBS, WV and O.S. 2/3 -pair . NOW 1/11 Pair Ladies' FLANNELETTE NIGHTS, long sleeves. 4/6, 4/11 ' NOW 3/11 Eae,U Kiddies MILANESE BLOOMERS, all sizes, 1/6 and 1/9. N...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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MYOCUM HALL ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

MYOCUM IIALL ANNUAL. MEETZNG. ? At tho '.annual mooting of the Myo cum Public ilall, thero woro tiventy fivo memoors in attendance. Tho an nual import detai.ed a very successful yi-ar during, whicli. eleven regular meetings were hckl . with an-, .average , uitenUahce of 8.5 per meeting. : I Tlie report went on to atato tho | finances ox the institution were in a very lieali'ny state, showing a credit balance of over il4. Thi3 was very j . if u-nu nnnnirlnrnil I that tlie ordinary expenses of tho in- I stitutiou had bten met and in addi t.on, a first 'payment of £20 Jiad been Hume on the electric installation re cently put into service. Tlie members v. ere to bo congratulated for the for ward' step in this connection, sinco tilt running expenses of the hall would now be furtuer reduced while the pat ions would receive tho ben lit of a tupc-ri.i lighting system than in the pat.t. The report concluded with a recom- | lnendafioj, to tho incoming committeo to give serious attention to th...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 July 1936

PERSONAL Spending annual holidays with her j parents, is Nurse Gladys Latter of the , Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney. Prior to her wedding to Mr. C. Jones, on Saturday last, Miss June Pullinger was entertained at a kit chen tea, arranged by her fellow members of the Mullumbimby Youn ger Set. The evening was spent at dancing and novelty dances, the mu - sic being supplied by Mr. Ainsworth, Miss Jean Walker and Mrs. W. Melon, | 'Mrs. L. G. Johnson, President of tho | Younger Set, presented the guest ot honour with a silver cake basket, ex pressing the best wishes of the organ isation. Mr. Jones replied on behalf of his financee and Mr. Ray Pullinger thanked the gathering for the honor they had bestowed upon his only daugh ter.: 'ifi; Congratulations to Miss Betty 'Wal ker, of Myocum, upon attaining her majority, which event was celebrated at a 'coming ot' age party,' at which members of the family attend ed, numbering about 40, -.'ere present. The newiy-formed Athletic Club memb...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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