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ANGLICAN CHURCH MEETINGS ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
ANGLICAN - -CHURCH: T 4i r MEETINGS ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH. For the 20th succcssivc term, Mr. II. -E. Kayward (Billindjcl) was re appointed rector 's warden at the., an nual meeting of 'MU'lluinbin:by-',parisUj The Rectur (Rev. P. F. Tiigliman), who presided, expressed the hope that | Mr. Rayward would soon be restored to health. Tho Mullumb.niby..:-'-ap-- pointeca were: Rector's warden, 'Mr. M. V' .Tniiino- Pnrmln'. wnvflnn Mm. I srs A. 'E: Barrett a'nd JA; .W. Rollo; . It was reported that tho coinmuni eautg numbered 5,000. Sunday services totalled 22!), week-day services 43, confirmees 31,' and ''lesson's iii--public schools 175. - Tliire' had becn,;nri in ert aso of 400 communicants. The ? financial statement reyealod that approximately £700 had, been rs.ised for current expenses. 'Pepdrts '???v/erb preserited On -heiia)£. of the ' warden's, -Woriiens ' . Guild; Mothers' 'Union, Sunday' School, Ten, iji's Club, Girlt' Friendly Society and tlie Rector. Eeference- to the ' church wor...
A FEW WORDS ABOUT WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
, A FEW WORDS A30UT WOMEN.. The woman who insists, on playing Solitaire in conversation is likely to ed by playing Old. Maid. Every time - a woman gives a man a piece of her mind she loses a piece of his heart. Of course/ 'Women should marry; no home is complete Without a husband, any more than it .is without a cuckoo ; clock or cat. A rich girl need not bother to cul tivate the art of conversation in or der to be fascinating. Her money will du the -talking. npi.ni. ^ j-iiai/ ^uiiicxitr -ouixic imu : DCUa ? Uii , the face of a married woman may not como so much from heart-hunger asl from a daily' effort to listen' : to her husband's latest joke at the same time that she jiacifies the- cook,* soothes the baby, and looks for his lost collar stud. ' ? ? „ '? The reason that a woman who take3. the downward path -has so much- at tention is that there are so .many men going that way. The foregoing bright remarks are typical of - tho breezy reading .matter in 'Tho New Idea, '. the threepen...
Influx of Golfers TITLE GOES TO J. C. McINTOSH Tweed - Brunswick Championship [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
- Influx- of Golfers ?' '?V- TITLE GOES TO J. C. MCINTOSH ; Tweed - Brunswick Championship ' Thtxfcwas an influx of golfers at Mullumbimby on Sunday last whieri tho Tweed-Brunswick champl onship 'was played. : No less than sixty -(five) entlius a its took part, representing clubs f.om Casino to Brisbane. The champi nship, which was yroa by Mr. j'. C. Mblntos1!, of Lismore, carries with it th.0 Earngey- Hatfield Cup, in 'addition to a whisky sot donated by Mr. A. G. McBowall, of Mullumbimby. The wea-fchor during the morning was. dull with occasional showers. During the afternoon, however, the sun shone and the play was much more pleasamt. (Excell'elnt golf was played by th various competitors, the winner - handing in cards of 67 and 71. i: A feature of the play was C. Jack son 's performance when lie holed out in one at the 8th, a short hole across 'the creek. He had the use of only one arm owing to a recent wrist injury, and to recognise the feat, tho golfers present subscribed to a...
GRAND CONCERT IN AID OF MULLUMBIMBY BOY SCOOTS TROOP. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
GRAND 'CQJ-tfpE$l~E' IN AID ( OP MULLUMBIMBY i-uk toOoui'ii XttoOr. : '.Arrangements, are well in (liand for .[ih» apove ..entertainment .wiiicri wiit, ,-ufc-heid iri tne Muiiuiiibimby Mmbnal 'ticliool of. Arts on Tnuisday next; 3utli fiiist.. The organisers, Messrs L, F. Aiider :son. and li. 'Horns have been foiuriute .securing ; soiufe' 'first .ji'iass visiting ;artibt», who will supply a varied jfjfo-j Orumuio. Among t nose arc Mr. IVbjiff'l Wyuney. a comedian who is a sn'o'vv . in U.ms^ir, ..Mesais ..IJutterSj of Mur- | , ivillumijUTi-' (v.olinist),' wlio Avill be ac- I ?! cunipaiwed by Mr. it. Martin Cellist) j , Miss Nei'ida' Browne of 6yron. Bay; in i novelty. aances and Master Rays, tne' iiyron Buy personality, boy, will lead i community singing.' The full programme has not yet be. n completed but lo.cal ..artists who | \liave signified their intention to as sist are Messrs Miles, Till, Anderson, McKinuon Walker arid Misses Bridg iaii.d aud King,' v, .The admission charger l...
PRESBYTERIAN FELLOWSHIP CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
PRESBYTERIAN FELLOWSHIP CONCERT The Presbyterian Fellowship con cert was held in the Protestant Hall, yron Buy oil Thursday evening last. A bright/ effective programme was renaered to a linage aud appreciative audience. All items, with tlie excep tion of one, were' rendered by the FuL lowship members. During the iutorval, Rev. Miller spoke on behalf of tho Fellowship and thanked the visiting artists (Dr. and Mis. Gray, and Mr. and Mrs. Joy.).. ? :_1 vnn,l„ TtTvo I Iiayter for the service rendered in. de- voting so much ' of her time to tho : training of the .choruses. The Com mittee of the Literary Institute was alto thankod ? for, ^kindly assistance in lending many necessary articles. Mr. . Alex tiilmore was also thanked for the lie.p he had given. ? . . Supper was 3erved to the visitors and artists. Dr. Grey thanked the ;? ladies for preparing supper and Mrs. Stokes asltnowledged same, saying the. ladies responsible were glad to bo able to do what? 'they could for the concert. ' ....
A BEAUTIFUL HOMESTEAD GARDEN. AT EWINGSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
V .. ?: ? — _ A BEAUTIFUL HOMESTEAD GARDEN. ? AT EWINGSDALE. It is a long way from Dinton'on the Pacific Highway, 3i miles from Bangalow and 5 miles from Byron Bay, to Diii, ton, tho beautifuJjj onj tho plains ? of Salisbury, England. ' -'1/iit; ' Star-Ailvocate ' ' represent,;!) tive claims that he' located this 'liid (ion gem' of beauty — Mr. Frank Vin ey's homestead garden, known as Din Ion situated at Ewingsdale and equal ly as beautiful as Dinton in the far away England. , Mr.. Viney was kinduess personified in ftlimvhicr tlio ivrifnv ovav til n crav. don. '.No fruit was forbidden' — eat as much as you want and take away . as much as you like,'.' was tho rrde of the visit. An air of enchantment 'surrounds the, well-built homestead with its won derful vista which i3 a natural part of the picture. The surrounding coun- | _' try can be viewed for miljes and yet . ''this, beautiful property is almost hid den from view, amongst the .valuable _ . an'd profitable fruit trees. : The ho...
BRUNSWICK HEADS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
BRUNSWICK HEADS Mr. M. Waugh, G.P.O, Sydney, who has been visiting his mother at Ban galow, spent a few days last week at Brunswick Heads. The sea ha3 been very calm and small boats have crossod over tho bar with line fishermen this week. Mr. and Mrs. Simes and family, of Tyalgum, returned home on Sunday., Mr. and Mrs. R. Perkins, Tyalgum, arrived on Sunday for two weeks' holi day. Mr Perkins, has bcon on Norco staff for years. Members of the Tasmanian caravan party, which lias travelled between six and sevou. thousand miles' pleas ure trip, spent the week-end at the Heads, : and expressed delight at the . beauty and attractiveness of this sea ?s'de^ipot,- - - - - ? . Mr. J. Leonard is an inmate of a Lismore Jiospital. Miss Street, Sydney,, spent' portion o^ last week at the Ocean. View Hotol.
BRUNSWICK HEADS PUBLIC SCHOOL. WEEK ENDING 24/7/36. (Emily Martin, Editress). [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
BRUNSWICK ? .1IEADS ,?' - PUBLIC SOHOOJi. ' . ? - WEEK 'ENDING. 24/7/36. '(Emily Martin, Editress). ;Thia week/wo- have, .been ..cleaning ? up tour garden. A . clean, gayidei), -im- , ? proves tlie .appearance of any- builcl.. wg. - ' ? We; 'are pleased to .liavo Mario Mc-, Lardy back with us for a few weeka.r Mur^e: :comes from Abbotsford. i SIXTH CLASS,'' j ? In Arithmetic, Nicol Hollingwortli and Emily Martin got- beBt results. ' Ennly Martin, Les Lofts, Gay Hoi- 1 lingworth' and Hazel ? Coleman cot ! tim . j FIFTH CLASS. Bei'nie Dennis and Vivian Purdie, did very good work in. tables. Bernie Dennis topped .his class in Dictation. . , ? FOURTH CLASS. - . The leading pupil- inArithmetic was Betty Wakely. ? In Dictation; Bettly Wakely, Don Waright and John Lofts did very good ? ? worn' i THIRD CLASS. . . ? Arithmetic: Reg Gribson, Stan Den nis and Helen Fordham. . Dictation: Helen Fordham, Delia Hollingworth arid Stan Dennis-. SECOND' CLASS. Arithmetic: Lois Sutqr, Bill Lofts, Shir...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
PERSONAL : Mr. A. H. Colledge, .of .Brisbane, who defended his Tweed-Brunswicic Golf Onampionsaip title at Mulium o.mby during the week-end was, un. fortunately, unwell when the compe tition ? was .commenced. On Saturday nignt at Southport, both Mr. Cojledge and Mr. Davis, who accompanied him, were taken ill a3 the result of. some tiling they had eaten. In spite .of this liauuicap, Mr. Colledge fulfilled his obligation and his sporting spirit was much admired by other contestants.: Mosdaines Cook (Sydney) and Car berry (Port Kernbla) are on a holiday visit to their sinter, Mrs. Rayfieid, of Mullumbimby. Mr. Les Simpson, of Stuart Street, who recently .underwent 'an operation ijj Lismore is now home again and convalescing. . Reports state that Mr. S. Brooker who, during the past few montns, has been under medical surveilance in Brisbane, is now much improved fol lowing his recent seriouj operation, and is expected -home shortly. At Sunday's Golf Championship on tho local links tiio v...
DEPUTATION RECEIVED BANGALOW R.C. CHURCH. BYRON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
DEPUTATION RECEIVE!} BANGALOW R.,0. CHURCH. BYRON; SHIRE COUNCni. Thg Pyron Shirof Qbuncil received a deputation, consioting* of'-Messrs Read ing,-Boyle ? and Slattery; -relatiy-o. tp, the R.C. Church,- Bangalow., ' Cr, J. G.. [Snow ' introduced the de. putatiori'and Cr. Walker extended a welcome to the personnel. ' In stating the case,'. Mr. Reading said that the road ' leading from, the main road to tho --Bangalow Church', had been built at consideraoio expense, but the Church authorities had given, the land .on the understand ing that the Church would not ' be up for any expenso. . . The speaker also further stated that the road was well used and of a bone fit to the community, and it appeared that a misunderstanding had occurred in respect to .the transfer. ? Mr. Reading said that his Church w-ere quite thankful for tho assist ance given and thought, the misunder standing had arisen from the hurry ol the council to have the road open ? bj the time of the opening of tho Church. C...
IMPROVED QUALITY IN CATTLE FEATURE OF JUNIOR FARMERS SHOW Successful Exhibition at Mullumbimby Many Distinguished Visitors [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
: -IMPliO^iSD QUALITY- IN ' ' ' «ATTi,jb; FEATURE OF JUNIOR FARMERS SHOW Successful Exhibition at Mullumbimby Many Distinguished Visitors -Th,e) .Improved .ftuality of. the cattle exhibited by the competitors '..jTraa 'a feature of . thci third annual thow lield under the auspices of _ . . '-.the i'MtiUumbimby Junior PJalrmers' Club on the -local showground last :S.vturday. . c.Tho'.exhibition was a great success, the entries being : more numer-i ous -than previously and the standaid throughout showing malrl^ed itri' . . i prorement., - The weather .was .not., all that could We' desired as the day was ! ? -dul with ^occasional showers. ihoro were maloy distinguished visiters, including Mr. A. E. -Budd, ML. A., . who performed the ffficial opening; Mr. R.F. H. Greeli M.K.B., wh« assisted in the ceremony; Cr B. E. 'Walker, Presidjent n ofiEyron.iShire; Mr. A. L. Nicod, Supervisor of the Junior Farmer f -'Movenwint. li ?. The,. value, of tbe movement is now i beginning to manifest itse...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
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MAIN ARM HALL COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
MAIN ARM HALL COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES. The - .Pi'csiont, Mr. W. -Williams, and the . secretary,-. Mr. Ken Moyos, with their energetic Committee, are spar ing no. effort to. bring tlie annual, hall ba'l on August 10, to the 'best ever' climax), mid. as an. innovation, 'a Belle of the Ball' competition will be conducted, the committee haying donated a handsome silver 'cup for competition. TIl.P 'TlODlllal' A l-Tl nl (1 Ar!oi--icn-n .suv ply his usual goocl dance music and pairoiig arc assured that a grand time awaits thorn. Main Annites, roll up,' and support the Hall Committee in their efforts. The card toitmeyS' arranged by the committee attract good houses and very enjoyaole evenings are spent in ?teams matches ? Upper Main. Arm. team was success ful recently in winning the teams match. The individual pairs winners bcins: Messrs Maxwell and O. Grady; Messrs Pat Johnson and Arnold Smith were successful on Thursday night last in annexing the pairs prize. MAIN ARM MEAT POOL. At tl'e annu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
' ? ? 1 i /:§ A L E ' Bargain?'-'-. Oddments in Ladies' Shoes \ To Clear at I ; 6/11 pr. ;; j Small Boys ' Blazers ? variegated cords '; Valpe 5 f i t : ' Value 7/6 Men's Black, Soyai, Maroon, Bott;e Green Blazer. Usually 21/-. To Clear 16/6 - ^ Boys Blouses ' *?*' **'' Oxford sliKNk. Patent Leather Shoes Genuine Patent Leather ^ : ? ; To ' Clear 5 /11 ? ? «... v ?; V j. ' i b*!TI[Rthan ever p!/f'-;7W I j! ' ? '? j ' TREBLE *™^'IIVC !. ' ' '. ,. SEAMS TfitElE SIIICHED poc™inffi,lD ' ' Boys^ Navy Bib & Brace Overalls Boys Size 2/11 j Mens Heavy Quality Bib & Brace Overalls Good Value 5/11 pr. Pay Cash, Collect your Coupons & $ave- Money It s , Cheaper at Mallams Phone .19 ? P.O. Box 16 . I | :i i 'The Star Advocate' ? PUBLISHED ? TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Head Office: Dalloy-St., Mullumbimby Byron Bay--Bangalow Representative: Mr. A. Gannon. TUESDAY, JULY 28th, 1930. I ' ! MR. P. STREET I , . SOLICITOR may be consulted daily at his office. JOHNSON-STREET, BYRON BAY...
POLICE COURT BYRON BAY OASES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
EOLICE COURT » ? . . ' BYRON; BAY OASES. ? The following cases came before Mr.'-H,. -Hawkins, -P.M; 'r ' V A . S UNDAY MORNING DRINK. Henry Keolaii was : convicted -and fined £1/10/, with 8/. costs 'in default 4 days hard; .labour, for boing; on the premises -of the Groat Northern' Hotol; on M'dy 17th. '-v. Sgt. Smith- appeared for the police , and Mr. Rummery, solicitor, of Lis-' moro, defended Kcolaui . . ? The- licensee, Mr. H..F. Kealy,:w]^i- pleaded guilty to allowing a* person ijafi.' his 'premises during prohibited-' hours, ? was fined £l with 8/- Costs in default . 3- days. hard labour. Mr.;' Rummory a'p peared, for; defendant. .. j ? DRIVING WITHOUT A, PERMH!. , -Harold Mitchell of 77'.T«rdnia St'.,; ?Lismore, . was fined £1/10/ . with :8/;-l. CosVs iii default. 4 days ?.hard;Jabour/' for 'conveying passengers without 'a -j- penalty. Ho conveyed ' hockey players | from Lismore to Byron Bay, i ..Const. Long gave, evidence against Mitchell, who pleaded guilty. MOTOJt REGISTRA...
FLICK TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 28 July 1936
FLICK TROPHY. The Flick Trolipy has now conclud ed, Byron Bay having proved them selves the winners by defeating Mul lumbimby on Saturday last. As lia3 been the custom in past years, the three teams: Byron Bay, Bangalow and Mullumbimby, are all to meot on the Byron Bay green for the presentation of the trophy and to do honour to the donor, Mr. W. Flick. This function will take place on Saturday next when four rinks will journey to the Bay from Mullumbim by.' Thfi rinks to represent the Mul lumbimby Club will., be published in a later issue. . . j