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MULLUMBIMBY & BYRON BAY FLICK TROPHY FINALISTS. BANGALOW ELIMINATED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

MULLUMBIMBY & BYRON BAY FLICK TROPHY FINALISTS. BANGALOW ELIMINATED, Iii the continuanco of the deciding r«und of the Flick Trophy on the Bangalow green on Saturday last, Ban galow Club was eliminated by Byron Bay by 111 to 99. On the previous week-end Bangalow was defeated by Mullumimby by a s'ngle point. 1 Saturday results (Byron Bay' men tioned first.: Ellis-, Pcndergast, Ilallett, Brownellj 31 v. W-ebber llu st, Virtue, Wilson 21. ' ? Jjonsaaa, Jbrowne, Lane, AlcKpnzie 20 v. Turner, Ward, Higby, McNeill 27 Bannister, Esiliuan, Macdermott, Woodbine 35 v. Snow, Samios, Fer guson, Hamer 15. Clarke Myers, Gibsjii, Everest 25 v. Blanch, Barby, Beckinsalo, Len taigne 3'6. A social rink resulted: Smith, Millership, Wallwork, Hodge, (Byron Bay) 42 v. Kirk, Evans, Me Donnell Senr., McDonnell, Jun (Ban galow) 20. , It is proposed that a rink from Ban galow, skipped by S. Wilson, and iroin Byron Bay, skipped by R. Browne!], visit Kyoglo on the Bank Holiday in August if suitable to ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY MISS MARY ELIZABETH NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

OBITUARY MISS MARY ELIZABETH NORTH. The death occurrcd suddenly yes terday morning of Miss Mary Eliza beth North (777), who for tho past 40 yeara had been housekeeper for Mr. P. \\ alker Senr., of Mullumbim by. The late Mis3 North, who was well and popularly known, was slight ly ill on Monday and death superven ed in her sleep during Monday night. Upon the death of the lato Mrs. P. xt .. ..ii ? ? . iituAui, luioa iNurtu acrea m uio uap acity of housekeeper and practically roared tlio younger members of the i Walker family, and was widely known : in tibc district, being of a charming uaturo aud a kindly disposition. ? Surviving lier aro the following stop-brotliers : Henry (Konsington), William (Mortlake), Samuel, Stanley and Clarence (Maclean), and Arthur (Byron Bay), and Mrs. T. S. Bowden of Newcastle, is a step-sister. Her step-mothor predeceased her . some 18 montdis ago at the ago of 93 years and her fathor died some years ago. The funoral took place this morn ing from the Mullu...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARATHON CUP Won By Byron Unit Casino Deteated 15-10 Solid Football - Splendid Teamwork [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

THE MARATHON CUP Won By Byron United Casino Defeated 15-10 Solid Football - Splendid Teamwork The game was neither spectacular nor brUliatit, but was liard froni ' start to finish The evenness of tho two teams was apparent whon nei ther side scored during , tho first half. Throughout the session, the pi:;y wa= firstly in o~.e! patt of thlo field and then another, and though, the heme team had the advantage of a high wind, which they did not make use of, and the visitors se«u red ninety per cent. of. the scrums, tho chances remained etven. , - The Marathon Cup contest on the Casino Kacccour se between iiyi'ou | United (.blue and white) and Casino | (blue), will go down i„ football .his i j toi-y as a lnemorable contest, seeing j that Casino had held the coveted tro- i 1'ihy for some years. | if Byron Uuited retain their pies- i eat Cup form, they will bag trophies as ea-iily ,as the proverbial Bcdsliin . tcalp-hunter. ? i Tue teams were: Byron United: R. M'-Jjaren, J. Jones, A. Lec, ...

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 — 21 July 1936

OYSTEE SUVPERS always available at MRS. M. RYAN'S CAFE BYRON BAY Hot and Cold Luncheon. Refreshments. Ilav-a-Hearts ? Meals at All Hou*b.

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

j MULLUMBIMBY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY | Bacon Pig Competition FIRST PRIZE £ 3 /&/ A SECOND PRIZE £1/1/ ! ' THIRD PRIZE 10/ 6 1 FOURTH PRIZE 10/6 J ENTRY FEE 1/ , ' ENTRIES CLOSE j ' V.-V..;- . . . CONDITIONS | 'TMIK following conditions havo been ' | ' : drawn up to meet the requiro ! ments for this year:' ? 7 ? 1. Entries to bo made with seoretary | of Society before dollvery of | l'igs. I 2. Pigs for competition to be deliv i ered for slaughter to Norco not ! later than 18th September, 1936. Pigs will be paid for as 'usual by Norco. 3. Pigs to be bred and re.afed by exhibitor. 4. Dressed weight of pig8 to bo 100 to 125 lbs. 5. Slaughter and curing will bo done : _by Norco at Byron Bay, aud all pigs will- be- paid for and' becomo 1 tho property of Norco, G'. Particulars to be supplied by 'ox- ' ? hibitor with ontry (a) Brood, who tlier cross or pure bred; if cross, : particulars . of cross or crosses to - bo gtnted i„ full. If pure-bred, ' 'stato what ? breed; (b) date of ? bi...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
G.F. SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING v AT BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

G.F. SOCIETY 'ANNUAL MEETING- v AT BYRON BAY. The annual meeting was held last Monday at the Rectory, the Rector, Canoj, Gerry, presiding. The report for tho year submitted by the lion, see., Miss Myra Evans, .re vealed that a happy and profitable year had been experienced, many en joyable eveniiigs spent and ' several fucetions for tho benefit' of parisli ob jects had been successfully organised. The lion, treas., Miss Madge Lane, submitted a -statement of tho finan ces, which disclosed a credit balance 1 or over xao. | The Rector re-appointed tho Pre siding Associate (Mrs. S. Harrison), and the Associates (Mesdames II. Austen, H. Riding and R. Clifford) and the members elected Miss June Gerry as lion. sec. and Miss Madge Lane as lion, treas. O11 the conclusion of the business of the annual meeting, Mr. Austen took charge of the meeting and ar rangements were made for the second dance on the 27 tli inst, in the series of ' competition dances' being con ducted this winter. ^ Mrs. Ge...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHO'S WHO [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

WHO'S WHO Miss Coralie Poolman, of Byrou Bay was the guest! of Dr. and Mrs; 'A. S. Cob.uiu 011 Wednesday, and -. -also 1 at their party that night. Dr. ? Muriel- Barnes :wasv a .visitor to Maclean over the week-encl,' and sur prised: the community , .:by : bringing home a baby car. '' \ ? We'noticed Mr.' F. I. .Ward paying Byrori -Bay ar visit during the week. . juss fneips was- mov-eet - to a' Jjis niore Jiospital , during- 'tlie^week, suf- ' ;foring -from acute .'appendicitis. ' ? Mrs. J. Robertson;: 'of - Byron : Bivy, is an inmate, of a Lismoro hospital, re ceiving treatment ? for; ,-n leg- injury.? - Miss Alma Trimble,' who 'has been J11 inmate of Lismore Base Hospital for the. past .-four . months, returned home on Sunday. 1

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

NORCO LTD. The output for the -month ' of Juno:.: was 73 tons, for wliich suppliers will '? ba paid 123d. per lb. for choice,' with the usual! clifl'orenco : between choico and second -grade.. For the correspond* iiig period last, year the output was ? ? 7.82 tons, and suppliers were paid 'lljd- por lb. for choice. ..1 | 1 The number of pigs slaughtered [ for the month was 3,072, and'' the I quality was fairly satisfactory., / ^ ,

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

I ''Mease g@ and see ,; the A.M.P. t@--day' . H, yes, like so. many men, he. has meant to do it. He has, flB inideed, promised to do it, but it has not been done, so his *wise wife brings up the subject again. She knows that membership in the A.M. P. can mean freedom from ' money troubles, and peace of mind for both of them. During 1935 the A. M P. paid out £5,146,000 to its members or their beneficiaries. During 1935 the Society issued an average of 433 policies for each working day. Astonishing ? figures. ? Yet some men 'still fail _. i. to participate in the comfort that membership brings. Strange. Very strange. What' about YOUR family, reader? Is the breadwinner procrastinating n ^ —putting off till next month what he should be doing to-day? 1 ? The A.M.P: Society will gladly send an experienced adviser to discuss ' the matter with any man or woman ; or it will send a copy of a book, 'Investing in Happiness,' if asked. Asking '-'--urs no obligation. Ask to-day. AMf». ' SOCIETY T...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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GREAT NORTHERN-HOTEL FIRE LOSS—"MONEY TO BURN." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

GREAT NORTHERNS HOTEL FIRE LOSS— 'MONEY TO BURN.' One of the few things salvaged from the recent fire was ? tho ,- office: safe. , Several much exaggerated state ments havo been niado regarding . its contents., ? ; Unfortunately the wholo of the contents of the safe which included notes, silver, documents and books, were so perished owing to the intense lieat, that it would bo quite- safo to* saw that -thev wpm nmimlnt-nlv rtn stroyed— they could not be negotiated. Only a cortain number of the Bank notes are discernible; the silver, al though not melted, lias l°st its true complexion. Apparently nothing can be done with it in its discolored state. The local Bank have dec.linod to accept it for circulation. Tho position, seems to be that it is ontirely a mat ter for the Head Offie of the Com monwealth Bank in Sydney. There is 110 other institution .to deal with the matter. ? . This places Mr. Kealy, the licensee, in a ,very unenviable position, as one can imagine the futility of forw...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EX-STUDENTS SOCIAL EVENING AT BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

EX'STUDENTS : SOCIAL EVENING AT' BYRON BAY. I . Byron Bay ex-Students' Association held a most enjoyable social evoning '.in the Protestant Hall on Monday night last. Tho music for this occasion was supplied 'by Miss Poppy Robertson an - ex-student, and Mrs. -E'. Wickers..' * Dancing was the main entertainment for the night, but waH itorspersod with some ejoyabld vocal numbers by Miss Mary Robertson and Mr, Gundlacli, while Mr. Wickers contributed some yodelling numbers . A lucky spot dance was 'won by Mr. and Miss McLennan.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BACON PIG COMPETITION ENTRIES CLOSE SEPTEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

BACON PIG COMPETITION [ ENTRIES CLOSE SEPTEMBER 15. The Mullumbimby Agricultural So- : c.etjf's Bacon mig competition this } cji promises to be the most success ful. 011 record. I Already there lias been a keen do mand for entry fprnis and many on- ! tries have already been lodged even ' though', .-onirics are not closed uutil I S ptoinber 15th. The compeition is one worthv ? nf ' the suppoit of all men in tlio dairy ing industry,: as -pig rai.ing cannot , -now :-J-« .considered, an unprofitable sideline and by this competition data is,, being compiled each year from which records are made concerning breed, fodder and adaptability for the purpose of bacon, from all pigs enteied in the competition.

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

MOULTON CUP TENNIS. I ' ? Cooper's Shoot, 6 sots 47 games v. St. Paul's 3 sets 33 games. Cavanbah 'Has Beens' 7 sets 44 games v. 'Ellamong, 2 sets 25 games. , Cavanbah ' 'fryers ' defeated Ban galow Methodists B. grado. I Broken Head, 7 sets -18 games v. Ei planiong 2 sets 25 games. St. Paul's, 5 sets 43 games v. Coo per's Shoot, 4 sets 33 games. 1 ' ' ? ? ? ?

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C.W.A. DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

CAVA. DANCE Byron Bay members of tlio C.W.A. must 'feel justly proud of 'the colossal success of' their dance held in tho Lit-; erary Institute on Thursday night last, ^s this dance was unanimously declar ed to bo ..,onc 'of tlio 'most successful funcfions Uield* this season. The Proident, 'Mrs. Austen, and Sec retary , Mrs. G. Hankin, tocrother with their.'band of willing workers, deserve ?great -crcdit for tho efficient manner in which every detail was attended to. Mr.' Ron Shields' acted as M.C. .A -large crowd thronged tho dance bo&r.'and danced the hours away to tfie -rhythm- of Adamsonjg orchestra, while the -non dancers exerted their w.les' in winning tho attractive euchre prizes. Mrs. Bill Graham was suc cessful in annexing the lady's prize and Mr. H. Wolls, the gent's. Novelties and lucky trophies were much in evidence, one being allotted almost every five minutes. Mrs. Noel llalpin was the winner of the laely's lucky door ticket, and Mr. G. F. Gib stn'held the gent...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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TRAIN SMASH LEVEL CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

TRAIN SMASH ).. . LEVEL CROSSING-. At' the level crossing on the Byron Bav-Bangalow road, James Buckley, a ?h all-known 'Bangalow fanner, phenom ena']^ cftnped death when his car was sniashed by the Sydney p:issenger train' at mid-day on Saturday. Buckley was proceeding home, and did -not hear or notieo tho 'train, his view being- obscured by a cutting. The train crashed into the rear of the car doing considerable damage. Buckley escaped practically scath-. less. . ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C.W.A. FAREWELL TO MRS. McLAREN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

C.W.A. FAREWELL TO MRS. McLAREN. ' Mrs McLaren, an active member of tho^Byron: Bay branch, who ,has. done a 'great _deat in connection;' with- tho . U.Wl.A. activities and who. :is shortly ] loaving. for Coff !s JIar.bour,.;was' fare- welled by her colleagues. The President, ? ill , presenting Mrs. ! McLaren with a sheaf of choico flow t-ers beautifully, arranged: by .the treas ? ui eiv :(Mrs. -J ones) j . said:- ? The Byron Bay Branch was,vsorry ;to : lose such a valued worker- and' lie hoped ^that at ; Coil's; Harbour, sho» would again take up tho tliread of the C.W.A. work. It was the branch 's . intention to hand heri a. letter of ? introduction to j the branch at Coff ?g Harbour, :and she wished her on behalf of all,' best rwishes. and every success in lior. 'new spliere. ' ' Mrs. \McL'aren feelingly roplied and assured the C.W.A. t-Jiat' it would al ways be. her aim to further* the activ ities, of the Association. . — - ?

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

J ? * ? - 1 ' *? Free ! Let. us electrically test your Plugs 1 with the latest modern scientific plug tester. - We make no charge for this ser vice, which: will ensure . maximium efficiency from your motor these cold mornings. Poolman s Garage BYRON BAY ?- I ? ? ? ' ? ii FOE HOT. AND COLD LUNCHEONS DINE AT. - MISS WARD S REFRESHMENT ROOMS ? BYRON BAY RUIT, CONFECTIONARY, PETERS ICE CREAM, TWO-IN-ONES. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ?NOKCO SMALL'.'Go.OT's 'ALWAYS ON HAND. THONE: BYRON BAY 38 GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL BYRON BAY A TEMPORARY BAR lias been es tab'.ished under the same Manago '' mont. Well stocked with th , best brands of Spirits, Wines and Liquors. . H. F. KEALY-PROP. Great Northern Fire LOOK ! TIM HARRIS, Fruiterer lost everything . in the fire -- has RE OPENED with ihe best of Fruit aud Vegetables, at . . . TIMPERLEY'S Garage ALL ELECTRIC CABINET AND. JOINERY WORKS ' ? TF You want High-Grade FURNITURE or DOORS and SASHES built faithfully to your own designs, and workmanship guaran - t...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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HOCKEY BYRON BAY V. CORAKI AT LISMORE. DRAWN GAME, 66. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 July 1936

HOCKEY BYRON BAY V. CORAKI AT LISMORE. DRAWN GAME, 0 6.1 It-was undoubtedly tho best match of the season, 'i'ue umpires were Mes- ' ses Stokes and K.. iiuuiDiey. iiyron team: A. North, J. Stunner, C., (iJuck, Ji. Myers, K. Uarr, ii. Uarr A. Wrignt, F. \V right, R. Brandoii, F .Li. Glock. JM. Clark. i^oraki's attack at the commence ment of the game severely tested the .Day, but Bay's defeh e kept them iroin breaking through. .tsvron Bav attacked solidlv and af ter a f_w minutes L. Ulocli, on the right wing, opened the score for the Bay. During thjg stage Byron Bay slightly held the upper hand. (Joraki then pressed tho issue and were successful in evening the score with a good shot, N Brooks being the scorer. The ppsition was now 1-all. Byron Bay again took tho lead; a well-timed pass from winger Brandon, which eventually gave A. Wright the opportunity to do the honours. The score was now 2-1 in favour of Byron Boy. _ Fortune was favouring botpii teams, which seemed to be in scoring m...

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

YOU ARE WELL TO-DAY, BUT ! WHAT ABOUT TO-MORROW 7 INSURE WITH THE . . Banga'ow Hospital Contibution Fund 1/- PER WEEK COVERS A FAMILY FOR 8/- PER DAY HOSPITAL TREATMENT in any Hospital SINGLE MEMBER, Gd. PER WEEK. ' ? 4? *? ~ . For Application form apply: -L. J. GRAY, Collector, or ; A. C. CHRISTMAS, ? Secretary, ? _j ? . BOX 31, BANGALOW. ' RAY'S \ . ? Joinery and Furniture Factory ? ? ? ? .--V . WE have installed the latest Wire Mattress Machine, and arc now in a position to re-wire your old mattress at Moderate Cost. EE-WIRING-, from 9/6; NEW MATTRESSES, flrom 17/6. ' A PHONE CALL OR A LETTER WILL BRING THIS' MACHINE TO ' YOUR DOOR. . P.O. BOX 31. 'PHONE 29. , 'APIeasure to Listen to' New 7valve Dual-wave battery Bandmaster THE wordg 'A Pleasure to Listen To' so aptly describe the performance of the latest model battery-operated 'Bandmaster ' that superlatives be- - ^ ' come superfluous. Tho mental reservation that 'it's only a battery, set,' simply doesn't exist when listening t...

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

g'EWING MACHINES. Singor Sewing Machine Coy 's. au thorised representative, Mr. W. B. Goss, visits Mullumbimby every fort night. New and Second-hand Machines for Sale. All Repairs and adjustments promptly attended to. Ring Mullumbim by 128, or leave messages this Office. WE DO NOT CLAIM TO SELL THE MOST RADIOS we claim to sell The Best Agent for: STROM BERG CARLSON & WESTINGHOUSE MERV ENGLERT 'PHONE 107. AGENT, BYRON BAY. W. JOHNSON AGENONBANGALOW. MILK & CREAM For Pure Milk and Cream, BUY FROM . . . HARRIS& POLLOCK --V; Who deliver Twice Daily in Byron Bay. There's no T.B. or Mammitis in their Herd. 'IT IS THE BEST BY TEST' REG. BARNES Car Painter & Trimmer DUCO - SPRAY - PAINTING-. ROLLER BLINDS. ; CAR IIOODS. ' *? CURTAINS REPAIRS ''WHILE YOU WAIT. PHONE 22, BANGALOW. FOSTER'S ESPLANADE CAFE BYRON BAY ' i RIGHT ON THE BEACH for Hot and Cold Meals at all Hours. _ Light Refreshments. Peter's Delicacies and Two-in-one always on hand. Hot Water. Costum...

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