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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 4 August 1936
PERSONAL Mr. and Mr;, llarkis, of Glen Innes are visiting^Mrs. llarkis ' mother, Mrs J. Pepper, of Main Arm. Mr. T. Dent spent tho August Bank holiday in Lismore. Master Bobbie Ireland, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Ireland, is ill in hospital with' pneumonia. Mrs. F. H. Basliford, of Lowanna (Dorriga.)-:aii«Liormerly ox JMuiium bimby, is holidaying in tho district as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Les Eos'e, Main Arm. Mrs. Bashford is I accompanied by her two children Bev ! and Fay. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Lindsay, . who have beenvspending annual holidays in tho metropolis, liavo returned to Mullumbimby. Mrs. Geo., Mallam Jnr. is visiting , hor mother at Casino . Mrs. LotT Mackenzie is spending a short holiday with friends at Casino, accompanied, -by her small daughter. Mrs. W. G. Farrar, Associates cliam pion of Mullumbimby. Golf Club went to Casino yesterday for the Open Golf festivities to: coinmenco this week. A delightful party was held at tho home of Mrs.W, E. Miles on Thurs day afternoon last...
SCHOOL OF ARTS MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 4 August 1936
SCHOOL OF ARTS1 MEETING OF COMMITTEE. The usual monthly meeting of the Memorial School of Arts was held Inst night and presided over by Mr. F. Frost. Others present were Messrs L. E. McNaught (treasurer), M. Eylos (secretary), W. B. May, J. W. Milos, P. Lynch, S. Gardner, E. N. Eollo, W. Mackay, W. 12. Smith, J. M. Fljint, N. Stewart, and A. II. ?RnrHnf.k ' The Treasurer was authorised to pay the Bank £4/3/4 monthly in re duction of the overdraft. Mr. N. Stewart, on b.lialf of the Hall Committee, referred to the re pairs necosEary to tlj.e Kitchenette, and moved that the necessary timber required for t'.ie work be purchased and that a working bee carry out the work. Mr. E. N. Eollo seconded. He_said his f.\ther would be pleased to meas ure up tho requirements and assist in the work. Thto motion was carried and t|hc Hall Committee empowered to convene the working bee at a suitable date. Mr., W. B. May suggested that tho Hall Committee inspect the kitchen ette with the y.icw of ascc-t...
BRUNSWICK HEADS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 4 August 1936
BRUNSWICK HEADS Mr. F. Fordham, our local school nia^tsr, has been confined t his bod- 1 room suffering from influenza. If anyone wishes to seS' a good sample of iron-bark timber, they should examine that which is to be ueed in the local footbridge;- now near the bridge site. Mr. and Mrs. Keeshan and family, . of Bangalo,w have taken a cottage j here for three weeks. Master Stan Walker, has tak3n a posilion with Smith, Son and T!oes, Lismore, and commenced1 duties on Monday of last week. The bridge contractors and their staff tinned out the first three con crete piles on Monday. They will bo showing' somehing for their v 'ork from now on. While fishing from tho cliffs at Boggangar last Wcdnesdy, Clive Wraight's lino became snasrccd. Climb ing down .to release it he was struck | by a big wave, 'which knocked jiim on to the rocks and almost , into the swirling sea. The loss of his cap, a few cuts and bruises, a decent fright, and a drenclrng, finished the fishing. Mrs. and Mrs. Mountc...
POLICE COURT SMOKED IN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 4 August 1936
POLICE COURT ' SMOKED IN HALL. Before Mr. II. Hawkins, P.M. at Mullumbimby Polico Court' on Friday, Martin Ryan, pleaded guilty to hav ing smoked in Brunswick Heads hall. He was fined £1 with 8/ costs or, in default, three days' hard labour. ) Tho police stated a dance was in progress at the time. Oil the application of the police, and by consent, charges of having stolen 50 posts and two rosewood logs vaued at £4/15/- preferred against Richard Trimble and Jack Flick, were ! adjourned to August 2. Trimble and Flick each pleaded guilty to having stolen 33 posts and the two logs, but , the owner, Aithur Henderson, said he \.as not prepared to accept the plea. At the request of the parties the case, Cecil Edgar Dennis v. Robert William Mann for balance of wages c'aimed to be due, wa8 adjourned to August 28th. |
BOWLS COMMENCEMENT OF PENNANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 4 August 1936
BOWLS COMMENCEMENT OF PENNANTS. The 1930 Pennant competition com- ' mcncos 011 Saturday next and contin ues until concluded about the middle of October. This year Lismoro has ontorod two teams in the Northern Section, tliufj making an oven number of teams and obviating tho necessity for any byes. In the first round on Saturday next .1 Mullumbimby' meet- ? Murwillumbnh on the Mullumbimby green, and the fol lowing team has been selected to re prsont the Mullumbimby Club. Johnson, Berry, Lindsay, Fisher. Latter, McNaught, Coburn, Stenner. Gentle, Langley, Armbruster, Hunger ford . Harvey, Wallis, Somorville, Gibson. Tho members of tho team are ro* quested to provide afternoon tea, ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 4 August 1936
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ANGLICAN BISHOP'S VISIT ST. THOMAS' CHURCH BLESSED. CONFIRMATION SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 4 August 1936
ANGLICAN BISHOP S VISIT ST. THOMAS* CHURCH BLESSED. CONFIRMATION SERVICES. There was a large congregation at St. Thomas' Church, Brunswick Headn when it was blessed by the Bishop of Grafton (Dr. J. W. Asliton) . The Church has recently been cleared of debt. Prior to. the blessing a confirmation service! was conducted, the Rector (Rev. P. F. Tilghman) assisting.' St. Martin's choir, Mullumbimby, was in attendance to lead the singing. 'Subsequently, the Women's Guild 1 provided supper, ana a welcome was / extended to Dr. \ Asliton by Messrs F. Wakely and Keys. Responding, the Bishop remarked that I10 had dedicat ed the church; thus it gave him spe cial pleasure to bless it. Confirmation also was conducted at St. Clement's Church, Billinudgel, and a picnic lunch followed. Subsequently a confirmation service was held in ? St'. Ma'tin's Church, Mullumbimby, when the Bishop spoke very fittingly. I117 all, 30 candidates were confirmed . The collection at each service was ' devoted to the G...
COMPETITION CONCLUDES POSITION UNDECIDED. BYRON RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 4 August 1936
COMPETITION CONCLUDES POSITION XJND;EOID!ED. BYRON' RUGBY LEAGUE. The concluding round of the Byron League competition was finished dur ing the week-end. The minor premiership, which also carries the premiership, remains unde cided. Mullumbimby and Brunswick Surfers both have 14 points, but Mul- j hunbimby lilts a match to plaj' with Bil-inu;lgel. Victory against Billinud- i gel will give Mullumbimby the pre miership. Mullumbimby beat Brunswick Sur fers at Brunswick Heads by 11-G. Half time scores were 3-nil, Jack Walker having pounced on the ball as it drib bled over to give Mullumbimby the advantage. Jim Kilroy opened the scoring in the second half with a try under the posts, and the same player converted. Surfers forced and were rewarded with two fine tries by C. Walker. The extras were not obtained and Mullum bimby still had 8/6. Play became Bomewhat torrid towards the finish and G. Fisher (Mullumbimby) and R. Neve JSurfers) were sent off. The match ended soon after with a snap ...
BYRON BAY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 August 1936
BYRONf-BAY FIRE. The debris of tho recent Great Nortucrn Hotel _fire, is still an eyo aore at Byron Bay and now it lo'oka as if it don't be long before it is cleared, according to the Goneral Man uger of Toohey'a Browery (Mr. Cell Hway), who paid an official visit last week. In conversation with Mr. Ban nister, Secretary of the Improvement Association, Mr. Cellaway stated that the A$;n. could make use of any of she debrig which they desired, and the offer was readily accepted, as eev. eial item cau be used in works plan ned by the Improvement body.
WEDDING BELLS JORDAN—ROBISON. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 August 1936
WEDDING BELLS gOBDAN— KOBIBOlr. A , very pretty weddilig was solemu itoa m St. Martin's Memorial Cuurch on Saturday, July a&tJi, with Rev. P. F. Tiiglimaa officiating, the con tract.ng piut.ea being Ala.y Edna, seconu daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Rooisou, of Mullumbimby and Arthur -rhullip, third soa of Mr. and Mrs. Juiaan, of Salisbury, Brisbane. The bride looked radiantly .happy, atlned in a beautiful gown of bridal | tut.n cut on classical linos, as she ento.od tho Church on the arm of her father, .who suosequently ..gave her away. Tho bride wore a loyeJy bridal veil and the carried a dainty bouquet iir a.um lilies. Tue Church was taste fully deco.ated by the members of' tho u.j-.S., of which the bride had been a member, , Mis j Amy Robison, sister of the brjde, as bnuesmaid, wore a gown of iomon organdi and carried a' bouquet of golden gleam. Mr. D. 1'ox was best man. During i tho signing of tho register 11 rs. W; Whitbread sweetly sang 'Song of Thanksgiving. ' Members ? ...
BANANA GROWERS PROPOSED LIMIT OF PLANTING AREA. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 August 1936
BANANA ' ' GROWERS ? :x: — — ? PROPOSED LIMIT OF PLANTING AREA. Having gained ti c support of tlii Brunswick District Council to my pro po.al of twenty acres of commercial Lananas to one pcr.un or persons, 't is now my desire to seek tho support of every grower in N.S.W. wlo is satisfied with a reasonable living ar;a. 1 would like to point out to grow ers that it is my i.esi.e to stop tho speculator who can and should* leave l. anana growing to banana grower*, who are depenedent on banana grow ing for their bread and butter. l.f the specu.ators aro allowed to continue planting up by the hundreds of a. res as in the past, tile day is not far distant when the small grow er will find it very difficult to find suitable banana land for his require ments. Every grower in N.S.W, is at present watching developments with i he Marketing Board, and should tho Board eventually be a success, victory will be snatched from the small grow er by the speculators who will be tempted into the industry ...
SPLENDID RESPONSE DONATIONS AND SPECIALS. MULLUMBIMBY SHOW SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 August 1936
SPLENDID RESPONSE DONATIONS AND SPECIALS , MUELUMBIMBY SHOW- SOCIETY. i A splendid response has met ths Mullumbimby Show Society's ap. psal for specials and donatijoK^s. At Wednesday's meeting of the- committee 'the Secretary reported '.'hat in very few instances had the the appeal 'for assistance failed. It was' decided to make an intense canvas locallv and cacli committeeman wa3 asked to undertake the collection of donations in. areas surrounding their homes, 'A'. collection ' will be made in town and the appeal will close at the end of this month. Am'.s. already acknowledged 71 18 6 James Bower .......... 5 .0 0 K. Watson Hewett 1 . .. .. 5 0 0 ?T. Robins and Son ? 10 6 Brown and -Jolly ........ 10 6 Bank of N.S.W ? 2 2 0 Commercial Bank .. ? ? 11 0 National Bank .. .. .. ..- 1 1 0 E. S. and A. Bank .. . 1 1 0 A. W. Anderson ..'.j 1 1 0 lie; and Williams V , }-l i\ 11 0 D. an:l yf. Murray ? ? I I 0 TOTAE .. .. ;. .. £91 6 6 SPECIALS. It -was also reported that the fol. lowing sp-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 August 1936
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