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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
^ . NOTICE BE AMONG THE THRIFTY BUYERS AND SHOP AT S GARDNER & SON Cot.pons given' with every Sixpence spent. Our Coupon System is t-^uiv alont : to a 2 J per cent, discount on Cash Purchases. 4'. TP\ vfjpP® I J i i ? - ( * ? . pOR your inspection, either in our showroom or in your own JT home, wa presonf the omaziug now 'Bandmaster', receivers. . And that inspection ie going to thrill you . . . going to reveal to you that the designers of 'Bandmaster' rocoivera havo_ crowded lour, years ol progress into 12 months of amazing diBcovory 1 'You'll see tKe new A.G.E. FLOODLIT DIAL . . . designed like , a slide rule . . . clear . . . weirdly accurate , . . with ALL ? STATIONS GROUPED iti states ar countrieal You'll see the peak of achievement in tuning control . the now AUTOMATIC ?i VEHNIER. You'll enjoy the thrill' ol overseas broadcasts magically intensified by a newly-discovered SENSITIVITY ; BOOSTER. 'MAGIC EYE' TUNING ... Radiotron METAL . VALVES . . . CLIMATE-PROOF CABINETS...
COMBINED SERVICE METHODIST-PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. MUSICAL ITEMS BY 4QG CHILDREN'S CHOIR. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
COMBINED SERVICE METHODIST- PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. MUSICAL ITEMS BY 4QG CHILDREN'S CHOIR. The combined Methodist and Presbyterian Church service con ducted by the Rev. J. W. Miner in .the Methodist Church last .Sunday was inspiring as 'well as' interesting. The Church was crowd ed to capacity. The address given by Mr. Miller was listened to with .much Interest and he created a very great impression. The 4QG Brisbane Children's Choir rendered a musical programme, wiiich included the following items: Organ recital, Miss Doreen Graham, L.A.rs.; hymn 'Forward, Christian Soldiers,- Go, ' ' -1 QG Chair; Male Chor ds) 'Wiiy Stand Ife Here Idle.' Boys of th.e ^hoii'j Chorus, 'Heaven. Was Near a Hillside,' Choir; Tenor Solo, 'Ijjaad Me to Calvary,' Mr. WaKer Welldon; Chorus, 'Blessed Saviour, 1 ' 4QG Choir; Male Chorus, 'Bells of Peace,' Boys of the Choir; Baritone- solo, 'Bearing His Cross,' Mi-. E. C. Montgomery; Chorus, 'Lord of Galilee,' 4QG Choir; Male Quar tette, 'Steal Away to Jesus,'...
CUB NOTES BYRON BAY CUB PACK. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
CUB NOTES BYRON .BAY CUB PACK. Tho riewly-formed cub pack at By-, ron. Bay is doing great work and showing plenty of enthusiasm. Tho members of the pack have been practicing very hard for the cub examination which the Cubmaster (Mr Ross Poolman) will hold at the Police Station to-night,. compiencing| at 7.15 o'clock. On passing the tests the lads are cntitlod. to wear uniforms and it is hopod to see them, ^parading in all' their finery in the very near future.
CYCLISTS NOTE [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
CYCLISTS NOTE At a conference at Polico Headquar- J ters recently it was decided that per- j sons riding bicycles at night time without a fixed headlight and .also a rod rear reflector wero a menace to public safety and that tho law relat ing to this offence be strictly enforc ed right throughout tho country and city . ???''. I It was also mentioned that cyclists | riding abreast wore either ignorant of or utterly indifferent to all traffic Laws and should be prosecuted where necessary. Bicycle riders found at night time without a fixod head -l.^ht and _ a rear reflector are warned that action j will be taken against them as far as j Byron Bay is concerned and also those who ride abreast and obstruct the freo passage of vehicles on the roads. -
LEST YOU FORGET [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
LEST YOU, FORGET (By ' ' Cliic. ' ') Lest you forget, we.'ll,- mention that colossal, gigantic, stupendous 'cricket match to bo held on the Byron Bay cricket ground next Sunday between the Younger Set aud the. Cricke.ters. Its. going to be won! Why the men aro getting white ants in the knees already. Lloyd Cross aiul Jim Austin are jibbing at ,iuaiiig- - palings, they must have seen Cora Grey and Betty Siines at the nets. I won't tell you any more about the' girls' splondid form, or we may scare the boys right off. Just roll up and seo . for. yourself. Wo understand that Mr, Spooner will be .present in person to inspect tlio costiyne's — Oh heaven help us on a' night like this!'
HOCKEY BYRON BAY v. NORTHERN STAR [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
HOCKEY BYRON BAY v. NORTHERN STAR The Men's Hockey season will op-.-n on Saturday next ,and Byron Bay will meet Northern Star, at Byron Bay, in the initial match. The local team will bo: A. North, R. Brandon, G. Glock, A. Wright, F. Wright, G. Duncombe, F. Benbow, W. Sturmer, K. Carr, J. Rose, J. Stur mer and E. Myers (emergency). A. Wright and K. Carr wore Byron Bay representatives in the Far North Coast Hockey team which toured Ips wich and Brisbane during Easter. Both these players acquitted them selves vory well, Wright scoring the only two goals netted in the final match of tlip tour.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
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FRIVOLOUS FROLICS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
FRIVOLOUS FROLICS Tuesday, May 5th, will , see the presentation of! this musical and comedy rovue for which the entire cast is now hard at, work with its rehearsals and designing of cos tumes, which will he bettor than ever., , The costumes occupied a prominent pnl't in the discussions of tlie cast Hlul the producers, Mcsdames W. E. Smith and N. Stewart, at tho practice on Wednesday night lllst. Naturally, 'Vienna in Springtime' will bo a colorful number, reminiscent of the days of Vienna's gay militaris tic romance, the theme of many a song. A new number will bo 'Blue Rytlim,' a catchy melody, sung by a woll-known local artist, who will also join the ballet in a short dance. Sketches will be brief but humor ous and everyone will enjoy tho short farce showing women's adaption to hobbies and also another which will show men playing bridge as women do. Remember the date, May 5th, at tho School of Arts. Get your scat early, as a bumper house is expected. Popular prices will be charged ...
BIG CRICKET TOOMBUL SUCCESSFUL. OXENHAM'S HAT TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
BIG CRICKET TOOMBUL successful. OXENHAM'S HAT TRICK. Tho week-end . sporting fixtures in tlie.Btunswlck-Byroir area' were made prcminjont by the visit of the To.mbul eleven (Brisbane Premiers), to Byron Bay. Captaining the side Was tlie in ternational all-round'er, Ron , OXh enham, who only recently return ed from tho tour of India with Frank Tarramt's Australian El oven. Oxenham.'was tho star bowl er flor tho visitors in the first in nings, seouving tho hat trick and . 'a bag of 6 , for 13. The homo team consisted of„ a selec tion of players from the -Worth Coast gontres and was 'a strong side, but, ihowover, proved no match for the (Jla^sy visitors, who 'won (the gamie | outright by eight wickets. Mr. W. Roilly (Byron Bay ) captain ed tho lccals. Taking tlie. crease first, Brunswick had a good opportunity to make uso of a good wicket under good condi tions, but the harvest reaped by Ox enliam kept tho total down to 117 for the first innings., TQOmbul replied with a tally of 187, A...
The Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
Tiie Salvation Army. Friday, 7.30 p.m.: Open air. Saturday, 7.15 p.m. Open Air; Pray »r Meeting 8 p.m. 8unday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 7.30 p.m., Salvation moeting. Tuesday, 3 p.m., Home League, Meeting for Women only. Sunday School, i Mullumbimby 2.30 p.m.; Wilson's Creek, 2.30 p.m. Main Arm 2.30 p.m. A. W. Palmer, Captai* .
YOUNGER SET DANCE AT BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
YOUNGER SET DANCE .' AT BYRON BAY. The Younger Set held their first dance of the season on Tuesday night in the1 Protestant Hall, By ron Bay. Tho inclemency of tho weather ^prevented many country .people from attending, but thero - was quite a good attendance of ? the locals. , The dance took tho form of a yacht ing cruise and tho decorations woro mainly life-buoys, anchors, etc. Cus pidors placed at intervals around the hall created much amusement. Adamson's orchestra supplied the music and added to tlio attraction by b.eing dressed - as Jack Tars. Supper was served by mcmbors of tlio Set, attired as sailor lads. These niombcrs also distributed sailor caps and ice cream to the dancers. During tlio ovening, Miss Nerida Browne gavo a pleasing performance of a 'Bailor tap danco.' An innovation in the novelty lino was the Baloon dauco. A number of balloons wero suspended well above tho dancers on a lattice patforin. On rolcasing a strinj, tlio platform drop ped and the multi-coloured b...
BYRON BAY POST OFFICE PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS. MR. ROLAND GREEN, M.P. INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
BYRON BAY POST OFFICE PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS. MR. ROLAND GREEN, M.P. INTERVIEWED. A .representative of tho 'Star- Advocate' called on Mr. Roland Green, M.P., in Byron Bay yester day and discussed the possibilities of tho Postal .Department con structing a 'brick front to the Gy: ron Bay Posit Officer and bring it iout to .the level of the footpath. Mr. Green replied that I10 would bo willing to make the representations to tho department, but though tho latter should be initiated by the By ron Bay Improvement Association. If that were done he would happily give the matter his personal and whole hearted support. It i felt generally in Byron Bay that if the post office could be brought to the footpath alignment and given a brick front, it would be in keeping with the present modern shops in that locality, and also with the Literary Institute, as it will appear when im provements have been complotcd.
PERSONAL BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
PERSONAL BYRON BAY. Mr. Cyril Haplin, who motored to Sydney on Thursday last, ? has return ed to Byron Bay. . Miss 'Minnie Johnston is spending a short vacation in Sydney. Miss .A Wilson motored to Sydney -vhere she wilj spend a short holiday. Miss J(jgs Williams has returned aftor spending tho Easter vacation with her people ^ at Coraki. ... Mr. Jack Pallier, of Emmaville, spent the Easter vacation with his fiance, Miss Jess McLennan at Byron Bay . Mr.i and Mrs'. T. A. Poolman visited -Mr. ? H. ' Harris properties at Mallau ganee during Easter. v Miss Kitty Bartrim lias returned, af ter spending a short holiday at Bcx hill — as the guest of Miss Virtue. Mr. A. W. Johnston, who lia's been lioli3ayirig at 'Bosetin 'Station, ' Elf more, as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J._ Fuller, has returned to Byroii Bay. Miss Grace Chambers, o? Willoughby, Sydney, who. is touring the North Coast, was the_. gues£ of Mr, and Mrs A. W. Johnston, Byrou Bay, over Eastor. Miss Gladys Madgwick has returned t...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936
PERSONAL The marriage of Miss R. Whclan, of Tweed Heads Public School, to Mr. R. J. Wright, of the Commercial Bank of Australia, at Tweed Heads, took palce at Coolangatta Church at 0.30 on Thursday evening last. The bride is the second daughter of Mrs. Who . Ian (Brisbane) and the late Mr. Wlielan, and /the grand-daughter of Mrs. O'Neill, of Gordon Street, Mul lumbimby. Mis. Jack Cavanagh and family, of Wliian Whian, are holidaying in Mul lumbimby and at Brunswick Heads. ? Mr. Tom Pledger, formerly of Mul lumbimby Railway staff, and now of Byron Bay, was successful in tho clerical section of his work at his re cent examination in Sydney. Mr. Harry Wraight, of Brunswick Heads, has returned home from Syd ney, where he spent his annual holi days. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Armbruster and family were visitors to Mullumbimby and Brunswick Hoads over the Easter holidays. Mrs. R. Devine, of . Sydney, is holidaying at 'Mullumbimby as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Court. Among the visitors _ to Brunswi...