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INJURY TO KNEE [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

INJURY TO KNEE While greasing his truck, Mr. .Tin) Crooks, of Broken Head, had an un I'lousant experience. His foot became wedged botween - two cases anl ' in turning over lio dislocated his kneo.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLLISION CAR AND TRUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

COLLISION OAR AND TRUCK. A collision between a car driven by Mr. Ellis, of Tyagarah, and a util ity truck driven by Mr. Jack Pallier of Emmaville, occurred on Tuesday morning ',at tho intersection of tlio main Byron Bay- Mullumbimby ; road and tho new jetty turn-off.). Ellis was on the highway when Pallier came abruptly in from the jetty road. No one was hurt, and it rosultod jn a fqw damaged mudguards.

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 — 17 April 1936

WHO'S WHO . .The many friends of Mrs. Cyril Hal pin jvill regret to lo#m that she has boon somewhat indisposed aftor her voyage to Sydney. We understand she is now on tho mend. Miss' Alma Trimble,, who has been sufforing with a bad foot for some weeks, was convoyed to Lismoro Basa Hospital on Tuesday for treatment. Mr. Jack Halpin was operated un for appendicitis on Tuesday in a Mul lumbimby I'rivato Hospital and is pro gressing ? favourably. _Mr. Jim Spencer, who some yea.-s ago resided at B^ron Bay, is holiday ing with his sister,' Mrs. Reg Wright. Mr. Spencer- is- having- quite a- hippj. time, renewing friendships and moot ing people who knew him when lie was 'so high.' ' ... ? '?

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAVANBA TENNIS TOURNAMENT HIGH CLASS PLAY WITNESSED PLAYERS COMPLIMENTED BY PATRON ARMSTRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

CAVANBA TENNIS TOURNAMENT HIGH CLASS PLAY WITNESSED. PLAYERS COMPLIMENTED BY PATRON ARMSTRONG. - ' The high standard of tennis dis played by the various players who took paxt in the tournament con-, ducted by .the Cavaaiba Tennis Club at Byron Bay during Easter, Was commented upon by the Pat ron, Or. T.' Armstrong, when pre senting .trophies on the conclud ing day of play. ? The tournament attracted nearly 100 entries and was on© of the most successful organised by the club. In the finals, excellent tennis wan witnessed and tho spectators were given many, examples of the finor points of . the . game. Enthusiasm ran high and the winners showered with ^congratulations from the anany on lookers. ? Tho tournament was organisod by Mr. J. Thickett, ns secretary. Ho was ably assisted by Mr. T. Brownell. The various events went off without a hitch and much praise is attributed to the workers for the splendid man ner in which the contests were con ducted. Lady members of the club provid ed a...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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SCOUTS IN CAMP. MULUMBIMBY TROOP. EASTER HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

SCOUTS IN CAMP MULUMBIMBY TROOP. EASTER HOLIDAYS. Mullumbimby Boy Scouts spent the Eastor holidays oncamped at tho foot of tho McPhorson Range near Spring brook (Queensland) . They wore undor tho charge of Mr. Roy Norris, former senior staff Scoutmaster, and Assist ant Scoutmaster. Hnrlcnn** There were 14 members in the troop and a very enjoyable time was spent. This was their first camp and thoy, I were instructed in cooking, ambulanee work, bushcraft and camping practice. Thoy made sov^£gl excursions into tho ranges. Tho party made tho forward journey via Murwillumbah and Num in bah, and returned through Nerang, South port and T.weed Hoads. The lads wore given their first in troduction to camp life under scout conditions, and after arriving at about 2.30 p.m. on Good Friday at their destination, were busily engaged in tho erection of camp and bunks. Night came on speedily and by dark nil the boys were comfortably settled. Troop Leader Kendrick and S.L. Gallon were tho first to try...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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RURAL RETICULATION IN BYRON SHIRE. ELECTRICITY MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

RURAL RETICULATION IN BYRON SHIRE. ELECTRICITY MATTERS. v Mr. A„ E. Budd, .MX. A., has received a communication from the Under Secretary for . Work and ' Local Government in regard to apparent .omission of provision for rural reticulation in Byron Shire in the financial estimates for th® proposed North Coast County Council. - - Mr. Budd forwaded a Copy of tfce letter to Cr. J. G. Snow, who drew his attention to the matter. The letter states that the estim ates for rural extensions were ' confin ed to those Shire in which accurate power surveys had already been car ried out. The results of no such sur veys aro at present available to the committee in the Shires of Byron, Kyogle, Gundurimba, Tintonbar, Wood burn. It is by no means proposed that rural reticulation should not bo car ried out in these Shires, but it -wa^; deemed conservative to omit any es timates therefore until the necessary surveys had boen offccted. It will be realised, of courso, adds the letter, that under the stan...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

/ The Salvation Army GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL f ' * BY LISMORE SILVER BAND SATUBDAY, APRIL 18th at 8 p.m. ADMISSION 1/-. jgANANA GROWERS' FEDERATION CO ? OP. LTD. Anzac Day Alteration to Train Services To provide for tho arrival of consignments in Melbourne on FRIDAY, PRIOR TO ANZAO DAY, the following time-tablo' will i-d observed: MOND//, APRIL 20th: The (ck-up train will loave Murwillumbah at 4.30 p.m. in lieil or Tuesr /', April 21st. TUB AAY, APRIL 21st. ? ' . . / fie' Special Train will be despatch d at 7.40 a.m. in hon of Wed nes/ iy, April 22nd. A. BUCKLEY, Secretary. GREYHOUND RACING Saturday Night . Saturday Night April 18th.' AT MURWILLUMBAH SHOWGROUND £200 PRIZE MONEY £200 Judging by the big crowd which attended the trials last night, all pre vious gate records are sure to be broken. The big prize money to be given for this meeting has attracted coursing enthusiasts from as far as Toowoomba in Queensland to Grafton. ALL FIELDS ARE FILLED TO CAPACITY AND A REALLY GOOD NIGHT'...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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HAVE YOU EVER MADE A CHERRINGTON CAKE? [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

HAVE YOU EVER MADE A OHERRINGTON CAKE? One gctB tired of making the miae sort of cake, 110 matter how success lul it may be. What is more, the fam ily always welcomes a cuange. Oliex fington. cake, tor instance, is very simple to iiiake, but is a definite suc cess. This is how to make it. Take 2i cups Hour, 1 cup buttor, £ cup milk, li cups. sugar, 4 tigtjs, ? 2... *?'. rounded teaspoons Aunt ' Mary 'is iiak- , ? ing _ Pow.de./i cream, sugar and butter, ) add wol'i 'beaten eggs. -Sift - flour and baking-powder togetner. Mix well and add' milk. Bake tho mixturo in square baking dish in moderate oven lor au . to 40 minutes. Turn on to a cako cool er when cooked. Ice with soft whito icing and decorate with Aunt Mary's Crystallised Cherries cut into rings. Haif tj.o uojva recip.' may be si' it smaller caue is ut--.. b-, ? »..r~5 to HO liiinutca. - The result is a lig.it, deep, moio. cake whicu looks as delicious us » tastes. This recipe is culled from ; 'Aunt Mary's Cookery Book,' an au...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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HUONBROOK SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

HUONBRQQK SOCIAL. A successful social was held in tho Wilson's Creek hall on Wednesday, April 8th, in aid of tho Huonbrook Parents and Citizens' Association. Dancing and cards wore indulged in during thj^ evening. Mr. and Mrs. Les Beaumont wero the lucky wiiinere of the novelty waltz, while Mrs. G. Selwood and Mr. J, Eqgleman socured the card prizes. An estimating com petition was won by Miss Merle Eng leman and Mr. J. O'Ncil. Music for the dancing was supplied by Mrs. St 0 wart. TENNIS CLUB. Tho annual meeting of tho Huon brook Tennis Club Was held on 30th March, when the c I opt ion ' of officers took place. President, .Mr. A. Black; .vicePre sidents, Messrs J. and A. Fuller; Secrotary and Treasurer, Miss B. Johnson (re-elected},; Captain; Mr. H. Boaumont ; Soloction Committee, Messrs A. Black, J. Twoliill, H. Beau mont. Messrs J. Banner and J. Englo man were re-elected auditors.

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COLD EASTER BRUNSWICK HEADS. FISHING EXCELLENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

COLD EASTER BRUNSWICK HEADS. FISHING EXCELLENT. Brunswick Heads experienced one of the coldest Easters on re cord last week-end when 'between sunset and sunrise bitterly cold veather prevailed. During the day the sky was for the most part cloudless and the weather deli'ght fu'ly warm. Cold weather provailod almost on the whole of the North Coast and Loyf.er Queensland coast for the per iod and naturally the usual exodus to the seaside on Eastor Monday was not as heavy as in former years. Nevertheless, a good crowd attended the Brunswick and fishermen were well rewarded, as good catches wero re ported from all along' the stream. Big whiting wero caught right at the bar on both tides and during the nights, bream were plentiful. One of this spe cie turned the scales to a fraction un der 4i lbs. Flathead fishing was good further up the river, many boats an nexing as many as thirty good sized fiathead. On the -beach there was a fair crowd each dgiy, including many Queensland visitors, as...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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EMERGENCY RELIEF WORKS SCHEME TO BE INTRODUCED AT MULLUMBIBY. PROGRAMME OF WORKS TO BE SUBMITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

EMERGENCY RELIEF WORKS SCHEME TO BE INTRODUCED ' AT MULLUMBIMBY, j PROGRAMME OF WORKS TO BE SUBMITTED. Gratification is oxpressej at the decision of the Minister for Labor and Industry the Hon. J. M Dun ningham, .M.L.A., to re-introdaco the Emergency Relief Scheme as far as Mullumbimby; is concerned. I This information is contained in a let* r recbiycd by the Municipal Coun cil fiom Mr. A. R. Budd, M.L.A., who ha sbcen advised by the Minister as follows: 'With further regard to the person al representations made by you on behalf of tlio Mullumbimby Municipal Council, relative to the provision of work for the local unemployed, I have to advise you that in viow of tho in formation reoeived by tho Department in regard to the delay in commencing the water supplv scheme, arrangements will bo made for a ro-eommeneement of tlie scheme, provided the Council will submit to this Department as soon as possible, a list of suitable works to be carried out under'tho Emorgoncy Relief Worlc Seheme....

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

BANANA GROWERS! ? .b YOU BUY AT THE SAME PKiCJi - AND OSTSN YOU BUY BETTER When Purchasing Throuah Your Federation IN ADDITION the moro you buy through your own organization, trelWf ritt buying basis becomes ano wo aro thus able to offer yen (HQ buying facilities than ever. FURTHER REDUCTIONS Best Quality Pine Cases, Case I'al Is, Cose Clamps (th« eheapeit affd most efficient on the market;. Stencil Ink, Bean Bags, Twine, -AphSg Spray, Aerial Wiia«, Pulleys and all Growers' Sundries SPECIAL WEEDICIDB A Banana Case we can recommend Most effective : 29/8 (e*sh) at 1/- (cash) on rail .. g g»non Drum. Murwillumbah. (Dilate with water Only). BANANA GROWERS CO-OP. LTD. P.c. SOX 81 'PHOftii 817. MURWILLUMBAH. ARKINSTALL'S Cash Specials for Cash at the Shqo (1) 3 GRAVY BEEF .. ., ..1/. (2) 3 MINCE ? ? ..1/. (3) 3 STEAK ? .1/3 ' (4) 3 SAUSAGES ? 1/3, (5) 3 STEWING MEAT .. .. !/? '% (6) 3 SUET .. ...... .. .. 1/ (7)' 3 RIB MUTTON CHOPS 2/. (8) 6 RIB ROAST, 1 MINCE 3/ (9) 6 CORN TOPSIDE .. .. ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

! J COURbE Moals at Miss Nelson'# | Centra) Cafe. ?? 1/0. jpOR SALE, Store PIGS. Apply P. - R. Noble, Ne wry bar, Phono, Ban galow 80. | ^/'ACANOY, in comfortable private L home for two respectable Gentle-' men Boarders. 'Moderate, P.O., By ron Bay. . TENDERS Tenders are called for the supply of 5ft. Firewood, approximately 10 eord per week. Tenders open until 20th inst. Apply ZIRCON RUTILE, , Byron Bay. POR SALE, Light Utility Truck, j ' Registered. Cheap, good order, well shod. Particulars, This Office. FOOTBALL (Murwillumbah) OLD BOYS v. .MULLUMBIMBY. HEALYS GROUND 10th APRIL, at 3 p.m. SHOW BALL MEETING of Ladies and all in terested in connection with tho forthcoming Show Ball, will be held in S. Walker's Mart on Friday Night Next, 24th inst., at 8 o'clock. MILTON JfLINT, Secretary. DAY'S SPORTS A DAY'S SPORTS will be held at The Pocket on Saturday, June 27th Next. 100 Yards Handicap ; Woodchop ; Horse Events and other events. Particulars later. L. WALKER, Hon. See. CARS FOR HIR...

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BYRON BAY IMPROVEMENTS. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

BYRON BAY IMPROVEMENTS. (To the Editor). Sir,— Having noticed your excellent reports of the proceedings of Byron Bay District Improvement Association, it is really pleasant to find that such genuine interest is being taken at last to try and effect much needed im provements, after lying dormant for so many years. There are a few items that seems to have been over-looked. Tho main one that needs consideration is 'fixing up of the old jetty by od taining fresh piles an I placing them alongside the old ones which are still 111 position.' One prominent business man of the Bay offered to pay for new decking if tho rehabilitation was undertaken when the matter was un der discussion locally a few years ago. but no enthusiasm could be aroused (Continued on Column 7). (Continuod from Column 2), ut that particular period. Sinco that lime mueu indignation nas been ex pressed at the way the short portion was destroyed and a fire put in to try and finish off tho pier end, and pos =ib.y tho w^iol...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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OPEN COLUMN (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

OPEN COLUMN (To tho. Editor). ' I wish to dra\£ the Byron Shire Councillors ' attention to the state of Laverty's Gap and' Wilson's .Creek roads to tho first crossing, as there seems to be only a sjnall amount of the rates collected along the area men tionod spent on tho road, and for months nothing has been spent in the way of maintenance. On the Laver ty's Gap road, a pipe culvert has been 'blockeU for months, and with /the heavy rains we had had during the last three Tzseksj a lot of damage has been done thrdugh neglect in keeping the drains open; and along the road from the Wilson's Creek hall to the first crossing mere arc signs ox negiucL everywhere. A sally-wattle tree fell over the road sometime ago and part of it is still there. At Newberry's cutting the lantana has almost over grown the road; it will need some tres sling up to allow the traffic to get through . At ? the top end_ of the cutt ing, a plank in the culvert has been brokeji through for months; 110 doubt it .will...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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ANZAC DAY COMMEMORATION EXCURSION TRAIN ARANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

ANZAC DAY COMMEMORATION EXCURSION TRAIN ARANGE , MENTS, In last issuo the Department of Rail ways announcod that on April 22, 23, and ???24, excursion tiekftto will bo is- '? sued at' tho local station to Sydney or 'Nowcastle in ponnection with An zac Day commempratip-'. Tho cost of return tickots will bo the ordinary sin gle fare plus one-third. They will bo issued to Sydney and Ncweastlo only but the holdors inay terminato their journey at any intermediate station within tho metropolitan or Noweastlo subuiban area,i. Excursionists who wish ^ to stay in tho city nftor tho conclu sion of tho Anzac Day coromonies on Apiil 25 will bo pleased to hear that tho return portion of the ticket will b» availabel for two months, and the re turn journoy may bo brokoi^ at aay station excent those within tho metro- . . politan area and some within tho New castle suburban area. Handbills giving ftjll particulars of the arrangemonts aro available at. the local station.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

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RURAL SCHOOL MONTHLY TEST RESULTS. SIXTH CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

RURAL SCHOOL MONTHLY TEST RESULTS. 51(, .. SlXTOli.CLASS. . Mental Arithmetic: -1st,.. -J. Manbcll;, ana, If; Flanagan,- uL... Kill oy; ,3id): L. iii-iiigiand. ?:?;.??? 'i: - Written Arithmetic: Best work dono by L.' iiilroy, Pi-i-lanaganj J. Mallett and J. Mansell. Dictation': 1st, L. Stewart, J. Ste.w ait, L. Bridgland; 2nd, B. Mann; 3rd J. Mansell . Wrting: 1st li,: Kilroy, J.. Mansell. Others who did ^vell: Rr.;Lindsay, \W. Weeks, S. Pelrkius, J. Anderson^ J . Attewell, C. McPlierson, D'. Law,' N. Murray, P. Flanagan. j Reaumg: 1st,. P, Flanagan ; 2nd, J. Stewart, D. Lawv L. ' Bridgland;' 3rd N. Farrar. L. Stewart, B. James, L. Kilroy, J. Mallett. _ Composition: 1st, P. Hungerford, J. Clarke; .2nd', J. Mallett, C. Williams. Grammar: 1st, L. B'idgland; ? 2nd, L. Kilroy; 3rd, W. Woeks, J. Mansoll. History: 1st, L. - Bridgland; 2nd, P. Flanagan; 3rd, B. Gibson Geography: 1st, L. Bridgland; 2nd J. Manesll; 3rdj--B. Gibson. GENERAL PLACE IN CLASS. , 1st, L. Bridgland; 2nd, P. Flanaga...

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SPORTING CYCLING SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

SPORTING CYCLING- SENSATION. ., ' When, a .real- ? champion comes to. light' in any sport his presence is us ually-felt in -a numbop fit ways.. .As a result;1 of . Huoe.r.t. Ojiperman 's success both in Australia and. ovfirseas, eycl-' ing as a sport, ..has greatly, .benefited, i Now, as a result of his efforts, and those associated:, witt^, i him, . a new I; track is to be- built 'm.Mclbpurnc. Con i tract says that work must be complet - ed - to enable' facing, in September nexll | wliicli .means that as -soon as the Colae i and Warhambool roiid-classics are co* ! eluded, attehtioni. will .be focussed ou 'track' raciug;;..;!; ': . vv- ? - It is'intended to-, import at least two lYerich ;Stars.'-and )vprpbably., one Ger man 'and- a. .Dane. ^ . It is also highly . probable . that 'Englishman Sydney Coz ens will' visit:: us .again- and, of course, lie will compete in Sydney an.d Mel bourne. - '. ? ' ' I To keep in Btep -with the Melbourne 1 move, a new Sydney company of pro moters' wi...

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FIRE OUTBREAKS TWO AT MULLUMBIMBY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 17 April 1936

FIRE OUTBREAKS] . TWO AT I MULLUMBIMBY. Two outbreak's of fire ' occurred in Mullumbimby during Easter. The vfirst was' in a shed at the rear-1 of Miss Whittall 's refreshment rooms in Dalley Street.' The lire alarm was sounded ap 1.45 p.m* :and in a short time * quite a crowd assembled on the spot. The' Fire Brigade was quickly to the scone and before the fire got. a hold; it was put out. ? ' Early' oil' Tuesday morning. ... the nightwatchman, Mr. B. P. McDougall, discovered a fire in tho.- ? wash-house , End ear shed at the erar of Micj. Olive's' homo. With the assistance of Mr. E. ..Gray, who was sleeping at the house.. at the time, Mr. . McDougall quenched the flames. ' | . . '

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