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BOWLS FLICK TROPHY. MULLUMBIMBY V. BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
BOWLS FLICK TEOPHYi MULLUMBIMBY Y. BYEON BAT. Tho final of the Fliek Tr^p/iy it to be played between Byron Bay anfi Mullumbimby on the Byron Bay green on Saturday next, the 25th instant, and the following team has been sel ected to represent the Mullumbimbr Club: Mc-Naught, Barrett, Coburn, Fisher. Latter, Berry, Anderson, Stenner. Gentle, Langley. Armbruster. Hua- gerford. yvuiiia, ouiuu'-vjue, uiuuou. Cars leave the Main Street at 1.30 p.m. Each Skip is. responsible for thfl transport arrangements for his own rink. BYRON BAY TEAM. Bannister, Esilman, Macdermott, Er erest . Clarke, Myers, Gibson, 'Woodbine. Lousada, Browno, Lane, McKenzie. Ellis, Prendergast, Hallett, BrorrnelL BANG- ALOW GAMES. ; In the Fred Wilding . single# trophy competition, W. Turner further con solidated 'his lead, though he met hit first defeat in a match with Virtue. Additional games resulted: McNeill v. Soiling, 21-27; Rigby Virtue, 21-10; Ward v. Snow 21.19; Hamer v. Evans, 21-14; W. Turner v. Ward 21-17...
CRIBBAGE BANGALOW CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
CRIBBAGE . BANGALOW OLUB. Bangalow1 No. 1 Club played the second round of tho competition mat ches at Bangalow on Tuesday night, when they met Fernleigli, the result being a drawn game. Tho individual scores wore: 'Bangalow: Blanch and Brown 4, Rays and Burley 2, Akera and Hod gins nil; Ryder and Walker 2; total 8. Fernleigli: Mr. and Mrs. Douso 3, Mrs. and Misg Kirkland 2, A. Burnett and S. Richards 2;. R; Burnett and J. Kirkland 1; total 8.' On Tuesday next Bangalow meet Mullumbimby at Bangalow.
ANOTHER CUP [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
ANOTHER CUP At last night's meeting of the By ron Rugby League, Mr. S. Austen, v ell-known and popular Byron Bay sporting patron, donated to the Loa- fiue, a Cup for a knockout round at the close of the - premiership. _ The donor was thanked for his ac tion and the subsequent draw result ed: Billinudgel v.' Mullumbimby at Billinudgel and Surfer? v. Byron Bay at Byron Bay, and the final will ,'also be played at Byron Bay. '
FOOTBALL WEEK-END GAMES, [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
FOOTBALL - WEEK-END GAMES, On Saturday next Byron Bay United -win oome to Mullumbimby in full strength to try and wrest the O'Connor Cup from the local team, who annexed the trophy from South Lismore ..recently after giving bne of the best displays of the code this season. Bvron United have been havinc a . record smashing run and taking all before them, and a place is being re served on tho shelf for the O'Con- | nor Cup, so the locals will have to knuckle down hard to the game from 1 the first whistle if the trophy is to stop in Mullumbimby. Th,e game will I be clean and fast. ] During tho week-end Byron will | defend the Brooker Cup, which they won last week-end from Lower River. 1 This time the challengers will be Nim bin, who are expected to make a bold bid for the trophy, which Capt. Ains worth lias decreed is to bu still iu Byron Bay on Monday morning. This game also promises to bo an open and exciting match, showing good teams at their top.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
PERSONAL Mrs. C. S. Inch, of Mullumbimby, undorwent a successful oporation in tho Brisbane Mater Miercordiao Hos pital on Wednesday. Though Mrs., Inch's conbalescence may bo extend ed, it i expocted her return to health will bo complete. The illegibility of the handwriting of a patron at Mullumbimby School jubilee sports is likoly to deprive him or her, of 10/6 — the prize for estim ating tne lengtn ot cue riDoon on uio pole. The winner's estimate was 12ft. ljins., but the officials cannot deci pher tho name, though 'B.B. ' fol lowing, appears to indicate Byron Bay as the address. The Bishop of Grafton (Dr. Ashton) will administer Confirmation at St. Thomas' Church, Brunswick Head?, at 7.30 p.m. on Monday next, and His . Lordship will also bless the Church, as it has been cleared of debt. It was explained by the Rector (Reve. F. Tilghman) that only buildings' of stone, brick or other permanent ma terial could be cons^c/ated. At 11 a.m. on Tuesday a Confirmation ser vice will be held...
BANGALOW TALKIES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
BANGALOW TALKIES _ Thore has nevor been a Will Rog ers picturc like the ' ' Steamboat Round the Bond,' which will bo shown at the Bangalow Talkies on Saturday night. It marks a eomplcto cliango of paco for the comedian givos , him a dramatic characterization and chance to act. And how ho tears off his coat and goes into it. Tho sup porting picture 'Tho Last of the Pagans,' is a most beautifully photo graphed picture taken on a Pacific Island and. records the romance of native lovers in Saga of a vanishing race. There will also be a colored Musical Revue an'd Australian and Foreign News Reels.
The Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
Tiie Salvation Army. ? Friday, 7.30 p.m.: Opon air. Saturday, 7.15 p.m. Opon Air; Pray Jr Meeting' 8 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness mooting; Meeting for Women only. Tuesday, 3 p.m., Home Leaguo, 7.30 p.m., Salvation moeting. Sunday School, Mullumbimby 2.30 p.m.; Wilson's Creek, 2.30 p.m. Main Arm 2.30 p.m. A. W. Palmer, Captal*.
STATE-WIDE RAILWAY EXCURSIONS. COMMENCING AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
STATE -WIDE RAILWAY EXCURSIONS. COMMENCING AUGUST 17. Information received from the Sec retary for Railways shows the ex tensive arrangements made for excur sion travel during tlie week in whicu the public schools break up for the Spring vacation. For the first time, 'Anywhere to Anywhere' excursion facilities will apply at this season — previously this liberal .concession has been given only at Christmas and Easter. On this occasion return tic ket^ at single far plus one-third will b? issued for travel between any two stations in New South Wales (jour neys wholly wit'hin tho Metropolitan or Newcastle surburban districts ex cepted) from Monday August 17, un til Wednesday, August 19, both dates inclusive . Following that, there will be ex cursions to and from Sydney and in termediate stations, when return tic kets will be issued at singlo fare. These trains will run as soon as poa ible after the. closing of schools on Thursday, August 20, and either on that date or within the next fe...
FOOTBALL THREE TEAMS IN FINAL. POSITION INTERESTING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
FOOTBALL THREE TEAMS IN FINAL. POSITION INTERESTING. As tho result of the defeat of Bru;\a wick Surfers on Saturday last by Bil linudgel. (iir interesting ? position has . arisen in tho Byron Rugby League com pet.tion. If Billinudgel had lost then .tSrun.wick and Mullumbiinby would have been left to decide tho final, but now Billinudgel will make the third team to contest the issue. Premiership points are: Mullumbim j.—) uuiiuia j_-ijiiuuu£C1 J. vj Jjy rou Bay 4. At the conclusion of the premiership, a knockout round will be played. Mullumbimby gained an easy two points on Saturday when Byron Bay forfe.ted owing to its inability to field an additional team to that competing for the Tooth Cup at Wardell. SiXBF£RS y. BILLINUDGEL. Te Brunswick Heads match was keenly fought and was scoreless at the interval. Suuseijuently, S. Larkin, J. Boyle and A. Schweitzer crossed for 'Nudgcl and J. Minchinton and S. Budge touched own for Surfers. Excitement prevailed towards the finish, but 'Nudgel...
COOPER'S SHOOT PUBLIC SCHOOL. HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION. ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
COOPER S SHOOT PUBLIC SCHOOL. HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION. . . ENGLISH. - 3rd class: Mavis Armstrong and Frank Kcevers, equal. 4th. class: Valerio Wood. (ith class: Zoe Armstrong. 7th clasi: Una McBarron. 8th class: Eileen Rose. ARITHMETIC. 1st class: Joy Crooks. 2nd class: Audrey Armstrong, 3rd class: Frank Keevers. 4th class: Emily Rose. 6th class: Geoigo Rose. 7th class: Una McBarron. 8th class: Eileen Eose. ( BEADING. 1st class: Betty Wood. 2nd class: Barrio Hopworth. 1 3rd class: Frank Keevers. ; 4th class: Emily Rose and Valerie Wood (equal). [ 6tli class: Kevin Hopworth. j 7th class: Marie Rosq and' Una Mc I Barron (equal). 8th class: Eileen Eose. DICTATION. 1st class: Betty Wood. ; 2nd class: Barrie Hopworth. 3rd calss: Donzil Ross and- Frank Keevors (equal). 4th class: Emily Eose. ». 6th class: Zoe Armstrong. 7 t-li class: Una McBarron. 8th class: ' Eileen Rose.
GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
GOLF ASSOCIATES Mrs. J. P. Walker won Mrs. R. H. Trevan 's trophy, played for by the Mullumbimby Golf 'Associates on Wed nesday afternoon, returned a card of 100, (36) 64. As a result of this par ticularly fine effort, Mrs. Walker has received the handicapping commit tee's attention and her mark has been reduced by four strokes. Mrs. Walker is to ? bo congratulated u -n this per formance, especially in view of the fact that it is only her second year at golf. Other cards read: Mrs. W. G. Far rar 89 (19) 70; Mis. Duffy '97 (20) 77 Mrs. Gibson 105 (27) 78; Miss M. Withers 101 (26) 75; Mrs. Hammond 126 (36) 83. , .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
pip nun (PREPARED) Kezpo On J&epmg cmjh The' best . paint money '...;. can buy. 'B.P.' lasts for - years artiJ is more econo mical on the job. SOLD BY: G. D. BRIDGLAND I PHONE VI. THE HOME FURNISHED ? P.O. BOX 51. . Just.. ..,c. * ? Arrived J^rs&digiiii Wonder AND . ; ?' FeStham iProllfs© Bean Seed These ara a Champion Lot, con tra'ct 'grown for ns, roguod aJhd~ hand sorted. , Highly productive strains, tru,o to typ'/n1 ' - aiid of maximum fertility. . PRICES — CASH /WITS ORDER ' CANADIAN WONDER. — .These are a small, weE^deyelopefd coja-t past seed. Very attractive. 1 Bushel -will sow approximate ely 1} acres. BUPHEL .. ? ? ? ? -—78/6 FELTHAM PROLIFIC.— Also excellent quality; 20' ibs. sows 1 acre, ' Limited Stocks only. BUSHEL ? ?...., 97/6 A. E. BUDiD ?& SONS THE FARMERS' STORE MULLUMBIMBY PHONE 75 YOU ABE WELL TO-DAY, BUT ! WHAT ABOUT TO-MORROW 7 . INSURE WITH THE , ; Bangalow Hospital Contibution Tun d 1/- PEE WEEK COVERS A FAMILY FOR 8/- PER DAY. HOSPIT...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 July 1936
g E W I N G MACHINES. Singer Sewing Machine Coy's, au thorised representative, Mr. W. B. Goss, visits Mullumbimby ovory fort night. .Now aiul Second-hand Machines for Sale. All Ropairs 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: STROMBERG CARLSON . ... . WESTINGHOUSE MERV ENGLERT 'PHONE 107. AGENT, BYEON BAY. W. JOHNSON AGENT BANGAliOW. MILK & CREAM For Pure Milk and Cream, BUY FROM ... HARRIS& POLLOCK Who doliver Twice Daily in: Byron Bay. There's no T.B. orMammitis in their Herd. ' 'IT IS THE BEST BY TEST' REG. BARNES Car Painter & Trimmer DTJCO ? SPRAY - PAINTING. ROLLER BLINDS. CAR HOODS. CURTAINS REPAIRS WHILE ? YOU WAIT. PHONE' 22, BANGALOW. FOSTERS ESPLANADE CAFE BYBON BAY BIGHT ON THE BEACH for Hot and Cold Meals at. all Hours. Light' Refreshments. Peter 'b Delicacies, and Two-in-one always on . hand. Hot Water. C...