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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

PERSONAL Mr. A. E. Budd, Member for Byron, paid a brief visit to Mullumbimby this afternoon. Mr. Geoff Uptin is holidaying with liis sister, Mrs. Roy Neilson, of Port Macquarie. Last Thursday afternoon sovoral ex sewing pupils of Mrs F. Matthews, wife of a former Mullumbimby Head master, entertained her at afternoon tea and on arrival, the guest was pre sented with a bouquet by Mrs E. V. Nelson. The afternoon was enjoyably spent and two competitions were con ducted, the winners being Mesdames E. Roberts and D. ,D. Gibson, the prizes in each case being handed to the guest of honour. Mrs Matthews was the recipient of a presentation from her former pupils in the form of a cut glass vase, the gift being handed over by Miss E. Argue. Among those present were Misses K. Beggs, E. and D. Argue, E Baker and E. Slogrove and Mesdames N. Stewart, W. E. Smith, D. D. Gibson I? Maxwell, E Roberts, L. Tulloch! E. V. Nelson and E. Talk, New South Wales Commissioner for Son Scout Training (Mr Shipway...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

ID EE!BAIN . from buying your Radio ffliroleep), uiitil you hear 'His Master's Voice' at A. Caponas ^ COURSE HealB at Miss Nelson's ►, Central Cafe— 1/6. Phone 3, Bur rinbar Street, Mullumbimby. T 0 LET, — — ^ ? COTTAGE, Kingsley Street, Byron ; Bay— property of Mrs. M. DoVobs. j Apply— , i HUNGEBFORD AND HUNGERFOBD ' Solicitors, Mullumbimby. I FREE NOW FROM NEURITIS. ! ' 'I was comvinced that neuritis was in* curable,' writes Mrs, R. Abbott, 'and when . R.U.R. was brought to my notice I thought at best it could only give temporary relief. But after three months' treatment 1 am en* ' tirely free from it.'* R.U.R. is obtainable With money-back guarantee certificate from JEV I. WARD, MULLUMBIMBY . S. GARDNER and SON M'Binfcy. Ask for Free Booklet. PIANO TUNING Mr. Geo. K. Vivian, the well-known and favourito Tuner, 33 still nt Lang ley's Hotel. Eeasonable Pee. Have your Piano attended by a re liable man. PLAYER' PIANO FOE ' SALE. Old Established Firm has high-grade Player in^stock on ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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30 YEARS ATTENDANCE AT GRAFTON MEETING. ME. W. J. PEOPLES' RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

30 YEARS ATTENDANCE AT GRAFTON MEETING-, . , MR. W. J. PEOPLES'., RECORD, Mr. W. J. Peoples, who has just returned from the Grafton Carnival, has the unique record of thirty suc cessive years' attendance at the Rand wick of the North. 'Bill,' as, lie is popularly known among the sporting fraternity, has many interesting and comical anec dotes to relate. Hg is undoubtedly a lover of, the 'sport of kings,' and ? ? a 'Unicoi, in me uraxton meeting and looks forward to his an nual visit. He considers the Grafton course the prettiest in the State, with palms and flower beds, and says that some of the blooms this year were of exceptional quality. He is a lover of company and generally 'iar- langes to take a couple of his friends to enjoy with him the thrills that only racing can provide. He is an ideal host and looks after his party, ' oven to the extent , of seeking an interview with the chairman of stipendiary ste wards to settle a matter of a disput ed bet on their behalf. We all hope ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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G.W.A. MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

CAVA. MEETING At tho monthly meeting of tlio By ron Bay C.W.A., Mrs. Auston occupied the chair; others present wero Mes danicg Curtis, Jones, Eastor, Long, Ma l'i, King, McLaren and tho secretary, Mrs. G. Hankin. V It was recordod that sympathy be^-— extended to Mrs Austen in the death ' or' her brother. Mrs. Long was welcomicd as a now member. Mrs. McLaren was appointed to act / as delegate to the Group Conference / at Coff's Harbour in place of Mrs ,R, / Kuj^d v ho, unfortunately, could not / Rooms were kindly offered from di£ / fcrent so.nrces fo^.tlio meotinge of tho / bianch in tho -hear future / , The- Health- picture. wiUHao screen-/ ^na-ir

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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PROFIT OF £90 SCHOOL JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS FINAL MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

PROFIT OF £90 SCHOOL JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS FINAL MEETING OF COMMITTEE. At the final meeting of tte1 com mittee of the Mullumbimby School Jubilee Celebrations last week, it Was reveailed by the treasurer, Mr, A. G. Cochrane,, that the receipts amounted to £177/10/5, ^nd th.e expenditure to £88/7/7, leaving a. IP-edit balance o£ approximately xne ugure was considered satisfac tory as it was .pointed out that the primary intention of tho committee was that the colebration should bo of a d.stinct social success, not a jnoney raising project. j It was pointed out also that tho donation reeipts amounted to £60/1/8, I so that tho actual money raised was some £20. ' | Several members expressed regret ' that the £100 mark had not been ruttiiou, out it was considered that | the money in hand can bo well used iu the proposed library for the Rural School. Tho President (Mr. S. H. Lee) , stat ed that ho wa8 very satisfied with tho result and pleased indeed, with tho general success of tho whole c...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DIAMOND CODE PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

[?] I; ' By MRS. A. M. WILLIAMSON Finely-blended, Story of Love, Adventure and 'Intrigue. Author of 'Her .Silence, ' 'The Perfume of Eve,' ''Behind Double Doors,' Etc. ? ?.?'???? V PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. - SIR WILLIAM SAKENHAM: Foreign Secretary. ? j; A TIT MAUREEN DARKWOOD: Ilis niece- lovely, popular and rich. ROSE TILDEN: Lady Maureen's stepsister. She is slightly deformed and . . 4 her defect lias soured her. ;D'EVLIN MALLORY: Better known as 'Devil' Mallory: a globe-trotter. and an ex-Secret Service ' man. . - A.RTHCJR WINANS: War correspondent of a famous newspaper: an ex Secret Service man also and Mallory 's chum. A It LETT A GLENOVA: A beautiful. Polish dancer and a spy. GUIDA DI SERBELLONI: An impoverished Italian nobleman: in love with Lady Maureen. . . . CHAPTER XVIII.— THE SEARCH. Devlin Mallory was not the sort of man who blusters. He . thought, as .the French policc , n?an. showed liig badge, . and Arietta was told she was under arrest, that he . .would- do anything to...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

Hiking, motoring, pic nicking give to your appe t'te Just t'lat outdoor / keenness that registers lunchtime without the aid Kv itP^ip'1 f °f a watch. And perhaps greatest charm of the PRICE OP PORK, 5d. lb. FROM TONE 26th. jj^i A Single Board 8 pj&|^ / or a Cart Load Jj§. .- f ^jffl$Mir M05 pi r2° matter tof\at your jjjPj 3§§W W* 'Cii^fcer Requirements K§ may xo® carv supply gjq ? seasoned arvB uniformly ajs _ SS . graSec) toe f\ave only tl\e 6est to sell. ' If you fcS§5 ®7j are planning to .. .{build, consult us. fiifig \ § : MANN &, WRIGHT || I \ f»3 , 8AWMILLERS, MULLTJMBIMBY j2p ? P.O. BOX 45. ' THE BETTER DRESSED 1AM MAKES HIS CHOICE FROM Extensive Range of Better Class Goods. Golf and Coat Shirts in neat Jackets, Pullovers. Check & Stripe design, from ai r f\||H 5/1!, 6/11, 7/6, 8/11 Also a range or \ ^a'c^ Tweed Over Brodway Ties, in check & j Ifo j y | | 216 x stripe, l/ll, 2/6, -3/11 ? ~: i f 1 ? ? _ Mats, Rugs, Carpets, Runners, Pabco . ' -....

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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REUNIONS OF A.I.F. UNITS IN BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

RE UNIONS OP A.I.F. UNITS IN BRISBANE. The Queensland A.I.F. Units Coun cil announces that the following Re unions have been arranged to take ; place in Brisbane during the Royal ! Agi-icutlural Show week. Diggers who served in any of these j Queensland' units are invited to write j to the Hon. Secretary of their unit j care of Viv. Brahms, Boy 1503V, G. j i\0., Brisbane. ! Saturday, August loth: 9tli Bat- i talion at McWhirtcr's Cafe, Valley. : Monday, August 17th: 42nd . Bat talion, at Golden Glow Cafe, next | G.P.O. : - ' ? Tuosday, ''August 18th: 49th feattal :ion, : Cosy Doll Cafe, Queen Street ; 5th Light Horse Regiment, at Jeno- I Ian Cafe, Adelaide Street; 11th Light Horse: Regt. at Carlton Hotel, Queen ? Street; Machine Gunners at Anzac ' Club. . I Wednesday, August 19th : Flying j Corps at Australian Hotel, Queen 1 Street; Engineers and Signallers, at J Oddfellows' Hall, Charlotte Street; 2nd Light Horse Regt. at Anztc Club.' Thursday, August 20th : 26th Bat talion. at Atc...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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BRUNSWICK HEADS PUBLIC SCHOOL. WEEK ENDING 10/7/36. (Emily Martin, Editress). [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

BRUNSWICK HEADS PUBLIC SCHOOL. WEEK ENDING 10/7/3 G. (Emily Martin, Editress). 4a. We are getting on very well with our exhibits for the Mullumbimby Junior Farmers' Show, which is to be held on the 25th inst. SIXTH CLASS. ? . . I The leading ones in Arithmetic were Hazel Coleman and Emily Martin. ? FIFTH CLASS. Fifth class are showing improvement' in their work. John Wakcly and Bcrnie Dennis did very good work in ? Arithmetic. Aian Tandy got gooa results in Dictation. ? li'Oti. 'Til CLASS. I11 Fourth class the first position in Arithmetic was gained by Betty Wak ely. In Dictation, Eileen Withers, Win nie Leonard, John Lofts and Don Wraight got naughts. THIRD CLASS. Helen Fordham, Colin Tandy, Delia Hollingworth and Sadie BashfortK SECOND CLASS. ' v Shirley Lee, Bill Lofts, ' Lois ? Su tcr and Jack Whalan. ' FIRST CLASS. Tessie Peoples, Ruth Bell,- Alex Wakely and Joan Martin.

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BRUNSWICK HEADS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

BRUNSWICK HEADS - Among the visitors staying hero on holidays are: Mr. and Mrs. Simes and family, Tyalgum ; M.r and Mrs. Stan Graham and family, Mullumbiin b y; Mr, and Mrs. Alooney and family of. Sydney. Mr. Louis Farrugia, Cairns, is at present staying with his mother, hav ing arrived a day too late for the ' funeral of hia father, the late Mr. T. Farrugia., A local resident had tho misfortune to lose a wallet containing the best part of twenty pounds last week— and he 'didn't' go to Grafton races 1 Wlnle crossing out over the bar last week, Boll 's dinghy slipped over board and capsized in tho breakers.! Bunny Evans dived overboard and re covered it. Sharks never seem to worry those fishermen, A family re-union took placo on Monday at the home of Mrs. Chisholm tLe occasion being her 80th birtWay anniversary . Ernie Towers and Ted Currio re presented Brunswick 'Heads at Graf ton Carnival last week— and don't tho bookies know it? Mr. A. Bryant, Stoker's, Siding, \ spent the weekend...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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TOOLOND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

TOOLQND NEWS _ The House Party organised by the Toolond Progress Association and held '- in Mr. J. Maxwell's new home on July 14, wa a huge success, and as a result of the ^unction, the Association I-wis/Wl11 benefit to the extent of Wlo/- A card tourney attracted a good number of players. Messrs-R.vMaxwell and F. O 'Grady wore the 'pinners, tins being the fourth consecutive tour nament out of five played that tho pair haw ivm i. f Mr. Keith Graham played excellent dance numbers on the accordeon, whiist 'Amby' Gardiner obliged with an i-xtra. Davie3 and Mitchell and Mi. A. Caponas had on demonstration and for the convenience of dance mu sic, a seven valve 'Bandmaster' Radio Set, with which patrons 1 were entertained throughout the evening. Novelty waltz winners were ; No. 1, S. Warren and Mrs. J. D. Gray don; No. 2, Mr A. Bailey and Miss / C,arke; free novelty, Mr C„ Mickel ouu an a miss traramer; comp. No. 1, Mr. S. James; comp.. No 2, Mr. A. Mitchell. A dainty supper was provided ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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BYRON BAY TALKIES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

BYRON BAY TALKIES , On . Friday and Saturday nights 'Love Mo Forever,' Graco Mooro's latest picturo will be screened. In addition to tho glorious, singing of the famous songstress, who sings for ten minutes, there is a highly dramatic story tliat will hold your interest throughout. The associate picture, 'Stemboat Round The Bend,' features Will Rogers in his last picture. This will be the last occasion that Byron Bay audiences .will see the lovable . artist, who has so often entertained them. 'Steamboat Hound the Bend' is really one of tho finest _picturcs made by the late Will Rogers. Anne Shir ley, of 'Green Gables' fame is also starred and Eugene Palletto, Stepin Fetchitt and Francis Ford also sup port tho two featured artists. . On Wednesday night, 'The Perfect Ger.tlemen' will be presented and is one of the most amusing comedies seen in years. Frank Morgan, Cicely iCourtiieig'e, Ilerttlicr Angel, Hcrb.ert Munden and Una O 'Connor are fea tured players. 'Haunted Gold;' featuring...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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PAR BROKEN J. C. McINTOSH BREAKS RECORDS MULLUMBIMBY GOLF LINKS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

PAR BROKEN .0. McINTOSH BREAKS RECORDS MULLUMBIMBY GOLF LINKS ' Visiting the Mullumbimby links on Sunday last, Mr. J. C. Mcintosh (Lis rncro), North Coast champion, return ed a card of 64 off tho stick, which is .two under par, a creditable perform ance and one jvhich indicates what this player's chances are in tlio cham pionship event to bo decided next week-end. In a four-ball best-ball match Mes. srs Mcintosh and Creather (Lismore) were defeated by Messrs A. Halls (Lismore) and W. G. Farrar (Mul lumb.'mby Club champion), The latter pair won tho first 18 holes 4 up and 3 and the next 18, finished all square. J In the aftornoon Mcintosh broke e 11 records with rounds of 31 and 33 off tho stick,. An 18 holes stroke handicap event was won by tho Club President (W. E, Smith) who better par by two strokes to reduco his handicap to 23. Best cards: -W. E. Smith 25, 61; H. Fisher 18, 66, A. H. Bartlctt, 17, 71; K. Uptin 16, 73; G. Mallam 17, 74; G. Hammond 18, 74; H, Hungorford 10, 76; K....

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

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THREE CUPS BYRON UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

THREE GUPS BYRON UNITED. With a run of success,, following : strict training and- expert coach ing under tneir captain, E. Ains worth (Far Northern ,half), By ron Bay United Football Club iiave now posses. ion .of thrae of the major trophies in the , Group. . Last weefc-end Casino, who de feated Li more for the Maher Cop on Saturday, went under, to Byron United for the Marathon Cup, af ter defending it safely for a few 83asons. On Saturda~y at Watdell the team defeated Lower Richmond Country for the Tooth Cup and. on Sunday the same tejalm lost the Brootar cup to the sturdy Byron Bay i challengers. Details of the|, last-mentioned games will appear in Friday's issue.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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THE DIAMOND CODE PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

THE DIAMOND COM By MRS. A. M. WILLIAMSON Finely-blended, Story of Love, Adventure and Intrigue. J Author of 'Her Silence,' 'The Perfume of Eve,' 'Behind j Double Doors,' Etc. j PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. KIR WILLIAM SAKEjN H.AAL : .foreign Suuretaiy. LADY MAUKEii-N DAKlSLWOOl): ilis nieco- lovely, popular and rich. ROSE TiliDEN: Lady Maureen's stupsistor. Sho is sligntly deforniod and her defect has soured her. ,DEVXiIN MALLORY: Better known as 'Devil' Mallory: a globo-trotter and an ex-Secret Service man. » i^RTHLIR W1NANS: War correspondent of a famous newspaper: an ex Secret Service man also and Mallory 's chum. ARLETTA UjuENuVA: A buautilul Polish dancer and a spy. Li U 11) A Di sERUE'LLuNI: An iuipovorished Italian nobleman: in love with - Lady Mauroen. 1 ' Thieves' generally ~ do ' look .for soniotiiing special. The smart ones ? don?t tuke risks for, nothing. ? Any- : liow, it must havo : . been known tliat . you wero out. Wuen you' got home, u.d you : open the box?V., , .« ' No. 1...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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MAIN ARM NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

MAIN ARM NEWS The Secretary, Miss Kath Ileity, '? and the local organiser, Mrs. T. G. James, were amply rewarded for their efforts in organising a social in the Main Arm Hall on Thursday even- . ing, July 16th, in aid of tho Conv3nt Ball supper, when such a good gath ering patronised tho function, despite a counter attraction at Billinudgel, as a result the function netted approxi mately £7, which speaks very highly of good organisation. A card tourney was arranged for non-dancers, Mr. and Mrs J. Orcagan annexing the prize. Results of the various novelties, etc. were aa follows: Comp No 1, Mr. R., Crandell; comp No 2., Mr. P. John son novelty fox trot, Mr. R. James and Mi»s M. James; novolty fox trot No. 2, Mr R. Crandell and Miss Neath.- ?' Two bus loads of patrons were pre sent from Mullumbimby, besides priv, iite car patrons, from surrounding dis tricts were also represented.. The ladies responsible for the sup per were, Mesdames T. G. JameB, J. D. Graydon, H, McCarthy, W. Jenkin...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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BANGALOW ASSOCIATS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

iBANGALOW ASSOCIATE — ' -:o: — — Ah associates' 18 holes stroke com petition on Bangalow links on Satur- I day waa won by Mrs. A. Miller. Best , cards: Mrs. A. Millor, OS1, 24,' 74 j ? Mrs Alford 90, 19, 77; Mrs. D. Furnell

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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ANNUAL MEETING MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF ARTS SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

ANNUAL MEETING MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF ARTS SUCCESSFUL YEAR. The- annual meeting of the Mul lumbimby Memorial School of Arts was held in the Committee Room last night, when thierei was am at tendance of 16 members, includ ing thei outgoing President (Mr. . F. Frost) and the Secretary (Mr Maxwjell Eyles). In the Presidential report, Mr Frost stated that the year had been a suc cessful one financially, and ;he parti, cularly mentioned tilie payment cf £00 off the Bank Overdraft. FINANCIAL STATEMENT. [ The financial statement revsairj r that during tho year the receipt's u.-:d | amounted to £307/18/-, of which rente I represented £14(3 and subscript'. ?:ns, £84. The expenditure amounted to | £297/3/10, wihiich included £60 ?-![ the overdraft, £22/12/5 in Bank chaiges and interest, and £63/9/2 in the pur chase of books for the library. The balance now stands at Cr.' £10/9/2, which was considered highly satisfac tory, considering the work carried out during the year. THE COMMITTEE. The electi...

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POPULAR HOST & HOSTESS ENTERTAIN [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

POPULAR HOST & HOSTESS ENTERTAIN I On Wednesday night last, Dr. and Mrs. Coburn, who aro undoubtedly1 our most popular host and liostoss, en tertained approximately 130 guests at a social evening. The Oddfellows ' Hall was engaged for tho occasion and was artistically decorated with pointsettias and trails cf bright orange flowered vines, while overhead were suspended Chinese lan ' terns, giving a very pleasant lighting effect. Mrs. Coburn received her guests in a most becoming ensemble of figured georgette over which she wore tho I latest creation, featuring full length 1 black taffetta evening coat. Dancing was. the main enjoyment of the evQiiing, very enjoyable music being supplied by Mr. Hilton Ains wortli, with a specially constructed electric panetrope. Extras were sup plied by Mrs. Stewart and Messrs An derson and Miles. Much amusement was caused at tho introduction of a novelty dance in which dancers had to locate their re spective partners by means of tickets on whi...

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