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NORGO LTD. DEFERRED PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

NORGO LTD. DEFERRED PAYS. As % the result of tho following deferred pays decided upon by-tlic » Norco Directorate on Wednesday for supplies for the six months ended June 30tli, payments am ounting to approximately £(120, 000 -v 'ill be distributed to some 4000 Norco suppliers: Butter: 13d. per lb. Baton: id. per lb. Curd for Casin: }d. per lb. It is expected ithat official an nouncements of the payments will be made at the half yearly meet ing to be held at the end of next month and it is probable that the cheques in reference to same will be distributed with the Septem ber pays. The intimation of the payments , will be received with pleasure right throughout 'the dairying in dustry, through which Noreo ex tends especially, in view of 'the fact that with such a difficult trading period, - large payments were unexpected. Mr. A. M. Williams, Secretary of Noreo Ltd., stated that the payments were probably the- high est for butter since 1928 and con sidered them very satisfactory. The d...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RURAL SCHOOL WEEKLY TEST RESULTS. WEEK ENDING 24/7/36. SIXTH CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

RURAL SCHOOL WEEKLY TEST RESULTS. . WEEK ENDING 24/7/36. SIXTH CLASS. ? Mental Arithmetic: 1st P. Flanagan, 2nd B. James, L. Kilroy, L. Birdgland, B. Giuson, E. Lindsay; 3rd, D. Law, C. Wlliiams, P. Williams, N. Murray J. Henville, J. Mallett, L. Lindsay, C. Leeson,. Written Arithmetic: 1st R. Lindsay L. Kilroy. Splendid work from both pupil's! 2nd, L. Bridgljand; 3rd, B. James, L. Lindsay; 4tli, C. Lindsay; 5tli, 1J. Williams, J. Mallett. . . Dictation: 1st, B. Mann, J. Stewart L. Bridgland. Very good work! 2nd, L. Kilroy, B. Gibson; 3rd, P. Hun gergord, J. Lindsay, E. Lindsay, C. Lindsay. History: 1st, C. Leeson, L. Bridgland 2nd, J: Stewart, K. Finch ; 3rd, J. Norris, B. James, J. Mallett, L. Kil ' roy, B. Lindsay, E . Lindsay. ' FIFTH CLASS. Spelling: Peggy Boucher, Vera Con die, Nola Neath, Daphne Sawtell, Irene Sawtell, Joyce Tulloch, Pattie j . Whittall, Barry James, Horton Mc | Dowall, Jolin Sherry, John Tulloch, ' | Pattie Knight. Aritmetic : Joan Forbes, Barry '.James. j F...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

PERSONAL Yesterday afternoon Mrs W. J. Miles of 'Stuart Street, ? entertained about twenty ladies at her. home, to honour Mrs. L. F. Anderson, who will leave j shortly for Sydney, after being a re- j sident of Muilumbimby for about four years. The afternoon was en joy ably-' hpent 'and Mrs. Anderson was the- re- I cipient of a small token of apprecia tion . of the esteem in which she, was | held, Mrs. P. F. Tilgliman making the . : presentation on behalf of the guest 's many friends. Little Mavis McKinnon also presented Mrs. Anderson with a boomerang bouquet of pansies. A small son of Mr. Geo. Fisher was taken ill during tho week with pneu monia and brought to hospital in Muilumbimby and . during the absence of Mb parents the other son was bad ly burned about the face by a primus stove. Both children are progressing favourably. , Mr. Claude Kendrick will leave shortly to take up a position on the D'orrigo. ^ - ' ? Clive, the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Les Rose, Main Arm, ia at pre ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOCKEY CLUB LISMORE V. BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

HOCKEY CLUB LISMORE V. BYRON BAY. The following represented, the new* Byron Bay Hockey Club against Lis more on Saturday: North, J. Sturmer, C. Glock, W. Sturmer, F. Benbow, G. Duncombe, A. Wright, F. Wright, L. Glock, E. Brandon and M. Clark. Umpires: Mcssrs R. Sturmer and M. Lenuan. The conditions were perfect and the ! ground was. in excellent order. I . In convincing style the Byron Bay ' forwards were the means of defeating j Lismore by 0 to nil. I Lismore won the toss and from the | commencement of play, Byron Bay forwards' combination. Was superior I to that of Lismore being in their ( circle practically the whole of the first | session. I Tho outstanding play by F. Wright, I Bay '8 right inner was a- feature of ! the game, he boing BucceBsful on four i occasion with solo efforts. A. Wright ! played his usual good forward game and waB rewarded by scoring one goal. Ntwithstanding the Byron's pressure, Lismore achieved brilliancy in break ing up the attack on several occasions....

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. J. R. LOUSADA INSTITUTE COMMITTEE'S REGREE. DEPARTURE FROM BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

MR. J. R. LOUSADA INSTITUTE COMMITTEE'S REGRET. DEPARTURE FROM BYRON BAY. Mr. R. Sturmer, speaking on tli* da' parture of Mr. J. R. Lousada from Byron Bay, dwelt on the work, ser vice and important time devoted by him in connection with the remodell-* ling of the theatre since the commence ment. It was a labour of lovo excep tionally well performed. Mr. Denning said that Mr. Lousada was tho first member to suggest going into the matter of re-modelling the theatre and that his assistance right through lias been invaluable and that tho Committee and Byron Bay in gen ral were losing a valuablo and import ant citizen. Those present wero unanimous that his departure from the Bay and dis trict was regrettable. In responding, Mr. Lousada referred to his happy relationship with the com mittee. 'It had given him great plea sure ovor the past , 13- years to work in tho interests of the institution and it had been a great pleasure to 8ee the theatre successfully re-modelled on modern lines. .!...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

The Salvation Army. Friday, 7.30 p.m. :. Open. air. | Saturday, 7.15 p.m.. Open Air; Pray* j U .Meeting 8 pjm'. ? ? ? I 8unday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; I Meeting for Women only. i Tuesday, 3 p.m., Home Leaguo, ' T.3(\ p.m., Salvation mooting. .'/ Sunday School, 'Muilumbimby 2.30 p.m.; Wilson's Creek, 2.30 p.m. Main Arm 2.30 p;m. A.^W*; Palmer, Gaptato. '«

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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BOWLS FLICK TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

BOWLS FLICK TROPHY. The following rinks have been sel ected to represent Muilumbimby at t;-c Flick Trophy Presentation at Bv r.m Bay on S-i'ijday next: Johnson, Ba—etr, Cobujn, Fislur. McNauglit, Beirv,. Anderson, Stenncr. Gentle, Lauglev, Armbruster, Hunger ford. Harvey, Wi'.'j, S'.merville, Gibson. Cards will l^avc- Mulumbiniby at 1.30 p.m., each Skip being responsible for transport arrangements for his own rink. . .. !

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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BANGALOW TALKIES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

BANGALOW, TALKIES i At the Bangalow Talkies on Satur day night will be screened .'Redheads on Parado,' the most tuneful, beau tifully wliirly-girly jamboree of joy that evor hit town. The hit of the season is tho song 'I Found a Dream' ; sung by John Boles and Dixie Lee, as a musical mot'f to tho gorgeous dan- ' ces of the ballet. The supporting pic ture, 'Ah, Wilderness,' is a splendid | story of how an average boy made j good. There will also bp Musical Shorts ' and News Reels. .. I

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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LITERARY INSTITUTE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE RE-ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

LITERARY INSTITUTE annual meeting committee re-elected. Thq rL)i-te,rary Institute Committee held its annual .meeting and election of officers . on 'Monday night. The whole of the old committco was re-elected. Presidont, Mr. W. J. Hodge; vice PrepirtcntB, Messrs S. J. Denning, and T, ur' J ? .1. -V f„ n«Vi. bin; Secretary, Mr. ,S. Hackett. Mr. A. M. Williams was reappoint ed auditor. The committee are: Messrs Hodge, Cobbin, Hackett, Clarke, Myers, Wall work, Denning, Woodward, Emms and Lousada. Afiter considerable discussion the -committee promised to give consid eration to the present 'rules governing the election of scrutineers at- the an nual meeting. The' Secretary gave !U satisfactory rcp'y rogarding the rate of insurance on the new re-modellcd theatre. The President emphasised that greater interest should be taken by tlie t.ownspople and district in becom ing members and attending the an* nual mooting.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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IMPROVEMENT ASSN. BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

IMPROVEMENT - ASSN. ? BYRON BAY. The Byron Bay Improvement Asso- j ciation held it3 monthly meeting in cue Literary Institute on Tuesday ev ening. . : The President, Mr. S. J. Denning, presided. Secretary Bannister and Treasurer Austen were present, besides the following: Messrs Ellis, Gibson, Street, Dr. Barnes, pennon, r-rowne, Hackett, Eastment and Moulton. Considerable discussion took place regarding tlie communication from the Deputy Director Po^ts and Tele graph, relative to the extension of the local Post Office. The communication stated: 'As tho premises aic in go d state, of repair, arid tho accommodation, adequate for public and departmental requirements the roquest could not, be acceded to.' It was moved by Mr. Ellis and sec-, onded by Mr. Austen that Mr. R. F. H. Green, M.H.R., be written to in' connection with the matter. Mr. Gibson thought if the. Returned Soldiers League communicated with Mr. Green, perhaps it would facilitate matters. Mr. Gibson was outspoken in com ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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W.B.P.B. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

W.B.P.B. NOTES. At. the last monthly meeting of tho above Association, which is hold every fortnight, Mr. I. Likogudstuff moved that the W.B. Club place on record ils . appreciation of the very success ful efforts of Bryers to safeguard tho health of tho community by supplying such' ? higli-class foodstuffs. Mr. Val. Hew, in seconding the mo tion, remarked that it had him thirik ing, . liow such quality - could be offered at such low prices. ? ' ? , The motion was carried unanimous ly. Anybody wishing to join the Wise ^. B^vers .Clufe, ..nleaso . rine: . PJiqiio„82i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

f r r 'j„i, I j.. J. ? !. iu.... . ???» 1 ; ^adhfjcwik 'Me q&idkJsiif Ii MUt^t S&toof -: y W* 1 A cor.ectlj'-fitted Berlsi creates those , / ? 't enviable tailorod lines, which alone ? i -1 /?. ' look right beneath dashing, pencil-' / - - ? -/Th . \.) slim skirts. Every type of figure is f \ ' ' ilf 'cared for by our Berl.i range. Freo J : ? Fitting Service always available. 7233- Berlei Wrap-on i \ ( f/ \ for the med'uni figuro // / \ of Hip typo.. Strong fulfill 1 4 A \ tea-rose figured broche, ; I \ ^ \\ with slenderising inner j I 7160. Fronlt-laee con.- XlvV' - -? ? ? \ trol gives firmly-smooth Y» ? -! I lines to the abdomen k ' ; ? j figure. Strong tea t'ose \ R«r|gj I broche, reinforced lac- \ f ^7 J/H.7233 '?' ? ? ? ., ? I in?!-. Waists 25-32. I /. * | PEICK £3/6. .... /' ! q;.f....O(bson. ; Beriei Specialist .-/' J BYRON BAY j j NATURES HEALTH FOOD j .i. ||EM ORE MILK \ BUY IT REGULARLY FROM ... : ' : J. FSSHEE j ' m ? ' * * ~ J ;'DELIVERED TWICE DAILY. | ' ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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TOWN COUNCIL MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

TOwrsf/,GOWCiL MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. - The Mayor, Aid.' W. Arnoltl, preside ed over the usual meeting of the Mul-; ' lumbimby Municipal Council held in! tho- Chambers- on- Monday- night. ? Thoso presont were Aid. A. Freeman; S. T,. Walker, , -A. ?, II. ;. Starr, E. F.j James, Mr. J. W- Miles (acting; Tow,,; Clerk), S D. Berry (Electrical '. En-' gineor). , ; ? An apology was , tabled by. tlie; Mayor, for the absence, of .Ala,: «. u. Byrant. ... , . SYMPATHY. -' j A. motion of sympathy jvas accorded tlio relatives, and friends, of ,tlie latp Miss North whom tiio Mayor observed ?had been a. resident of the' Municipal ity for approximately . thirty years, f MR. A. B. BUDD, Mi. A. ' - Mr A. E. Budd, if.L.A., wrote ad-, vising that'^ho -had - received letters from Hon. E. C. Spooncr, Minister for-, AVotlcy and Local^Goyernment, re lative ' to' the iir6poseil! Electricity Conference at Lismore and concerning the proposed Muilumbimby Water Supply Scheme-, - Mr..- Budd. stated that lie wo...

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 — 31 July 1936

'the diamond By MRS. A. M; WILLIAMSON : ' ^ . j Finely-blended, Story of Love, Adventure : ;and'-- Intrigue, Author of 'Her Silence, ' 'The Perfume of Evo, '-''Behind J Double Doors,' Etc^ ; ' Vi. ' ,s - ^' I PRINCIPAL OHAEACXERS'' ' SIB WILLtAM SAKENHAM: Foreign' SccretiiryV ' ' LADY MAUREEN DAKKVVOOD: liis nioce- lovoly,' 'pbpuKr arid ' rich; | ROSli TIIjDEN : Lady 'Maureen's stepsister. She' is slightly deformed and j her defect has soured her. | ',Dl!VLIN MALLORiT: Better known as ' Devil' ' Mallory: a globetrotter ; and an ex-Secret Service inan;.r f/- ? '' / ?. f .; .A,RTHUR WINANS: War correspondent of a famous newspaper: an ex Secret Service man also and Mallory's chum. ARLETTA .GLENOVA: A 'beautiful Polish dancer aiid a spy. QU1DA DI SERBELiLONI: An impoverished Italian lloblem'an: in love with 'Lady Maureen. CHAPTER XIX— THE NECSKLACE. Grodcnsky 's detective, having reach- f ed down', to the utmost .length of liis arm, sjowly extrienteil his uand from 1 a tight place, and ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

SHIRECQU^CIL . .] - MONTHLY MEteTINa.' :i; ' | The monttiiy ' ,, meeting of ., Byron I Shire Council'1 w^is ? li'cl.d. ia tlie Shiro Chambers bn Tuosda'y last, when tliero' was a full att'eriddnco as under: I Crs. E. E, Walker (President), J..:1iVi I Banner, T.. Ajmstrong;', J, G. Snow1,. I E. J. Cooke, ' Jas.' Bower, Mr.'. E. | ' Bro.wnell (Shiro Clerk), Mr. M 'Smith : | (Sh:re Ehgineer). .'v ' I ' Tlie Eail'way . Department wrote , ro ' [ wo k at Bangalow near, t;uo' overhead ' bridge, concerning the removal of. - earili, and ; statinc tho .conditions for' i I such ronibval. The . condiiona -verb ac- , I ceptod. Tii« sapie department advised tihat photos of the ' Byron District would bo Mceivod arid such photos will be displayed in train's in connection with the change of present photos.' It was [ decided that ' photos from Byron Bay, j Bangaiow and- Brunswick Heads be lorwardod. Messrs ,H. W. .Akehurst; (Montecol; lum) and /. Lciirmbnt wrote request ing attention to' fencing on t...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

Convent. Ball, Byron Bay, August j :10th. gpf&n tinite assured; nov'oltios, poultfyjsBupper^tJie-' best.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 31 July 1936

^Thief^ of a 'child's *' / ' ^liilc at ION ' ' T HE 'A.M. Pi Society has a way of helping fathers to send their boys (or girls) to the University. Fathers and mothers with young children should let the nearest A.M. P. office explain. the. way to. them. . ? . « The best age at , which to begin planning for a. boy's career is . when he; ia born.. At that age a man can, without it costing . , him moVe than- h'is tobacco/ ensure that there will be £75 ot £100 a year available to his son for the years that he is at a University, ensure it in such a way that the arrangement will stand, even though he (the father) die the next day. It the boy (or girl) should not elect to go to a University, and should prefer to go into business (or the.girl to marry), the Society will pay a lump sun) ^instead. ; Majiy a.ydunR m'ah has, had : a good start in business iwith' the'pfoceeds of an A.M. P. policy as capital, and many a girl has had a goodly marriage dowry, as the result of a father's forethought...

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