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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 August 1936
nOM€aT-\zn\t /punches .. . Dainty, wholesome and appetising Norco Picnic Lunches take up little PRICE OF PORK, 6d. lb. FROM JUNE 26th. ? VENNBRDSw: - PLUMBERS & TINSMITHS v Phone 29 — Mullumbimby OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT OUR TANKS ARE NOT MADE FROM Unkanded and Inferior Iron, Now' Mary's Baking Powder has a new lid which lifts off with a flick and closes firmly with? a lIPI v Perfect protection of quality and ? ^res^ness 's afforded by the now X£p3rfm. -- baking powder II ? ? ? 11 11 1MHHimW.VIItMIII|» lilU I IIII II III ? 'I I I II ? ? ? I'lHJIII ?? ? Ill I J&EK-HNKL Announces a NEW MODEL' ' A New World's Standard of Design, Construction and Skimming Efficiency \\ PosS rtV-er aVieod l vs*s0S-s^^ M.as se. . ;a EG. DA VIES M BY. PARKER & M°KIN NON ? LI^MORE i ii i'iiu i in ? ? ? i . ? i
FOOTBALL SEMI-FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 August 1936
FOOTBALL SEMI-FINAL. Tho following team will represent ^ Mullumbimby against Billinudgel on the latter 's ground on Saturday in tho semi-final of the Austen Cup. R. Henvill--, E. Plater, J, Kilroy, J. Walker, C. Brooker, Syd Plater, Jack Walker, Stan Plater, J. McAuley, A,' Montgomery, R. _Arkinstall, J. Gal lon, F. Fisher.. Emer., It. McLaren.
JUBILEE COMMITTEE MEET. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 August 1936
JUBILEE COMMITTEE MEET. The Mullumbimby School Jubilee Committee gave a report of their steward- hip to a public meeting held in the School of Arts last night when the balance-sheet of the celebrations was presented and a report by tho chairman (Mr. S. H. Lee was tabled, 1 The matter of the guardianship of tlie fntlda fm* lishing a School Library was discus eed and after length study v£ all sides of the problem, the following committee was appointed to act, vir. tualy as trustees, and control the for mation of tho library: Mesdames D. ' D. Gibson, R. G. Dalrymple and Messrs J. M. Flint and S. H. Leo and the School Headmaster (Mr L, Gk Johnson). '
NEW COMMITTEEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 August 1936
NEW, COMMITTEEMEN. 1 At Wednesday's meeting of tho Mullumbimby Agricultural Society, Mi. J. A. Walker (President) : ex-, tended a welcome to Mr. Woodmafl as a new committeeman of' tho Society, ana expressed the wish that hia ac tivities with tho committee, would be beneficial. Mr. Walker mentioned tho -* services rendered to tho Society by, the managers of tho Mullumbimby' branch of the Bank of New South lfiO .dlirSnn- +-irv» „ it.. If... vhj; huliu UA tUU . XUUi iumbimby Society 's duration, mention ing particularly- the services of the late li. M-, Thompson, -ho, Mr. Wal. ker stated, was one of tho instigators of the Mullumbimby Agricultural So ciety. Mr. J. J. Creagan was also wel. corned and suitable replios were ma3o by both Messrs Woodman and Creagan.
POWER OFF NEXT SUNDOY [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 August 1936
POWER OFF NEXT &UNS07 The Mullumbimby Council advises through our .advertising columns that ust ,9th from; 1.15 to 3.30 p.m., 'at' power will be oil next, Sunday/' Aug- Byron Bay and Bangalow. This interruption is ' necessary ta enable the erection of two .new poleB in tho existing transmission linie, each of which is to tako a trans former . to feed soveral o£ the new rural consumers, whoso .numborn have been growing so much during tho past few ninths. . »
L. F. ANDERSON FAREWELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 August 1936
L. F. ANDERSON FAREW£LKEI-. Mr. L. F. Andefsoh was tendered & f arowell from i Mullumbimby . after four years as local postmaster, ^Sy' some eighty of his friends in the.. School of Arts last'; night. Many speakers referred to ,tij»; guest's activities with tho various bodies of the District and. complim ented him on tho excellenpn nf Mm Mullumbimby Postal Service and tele graphic and telephonic jdepartments. Several enjoyable musical- items were rendered and the gathering , took the. form of a smoko. Tlio Mayor (Aid,. W. Arnold) ^ presented Mr - Anderson with a chiming clock - asia mark of esteem, in which he was held by his many . Mullumbimby and district fnends. Mr. R. W. Norris also made a presentation in the. form of a hand some pair of sleeve links from tho 1st Mullumbimby Boy Scout , Troop, tho committee of which, Mr. Anderson, had beon Prosident since it^ jincoptioni
TRIALS OF THE PIONEERS LATE MRS. S. REDDACLIFF. MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY ON RIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 August 1936
TRIALS OF THE PIONEERS LATE MRS. ,S. REDDACLIFF . &nbsp; MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY ON RIVERS. Death on Tuesday claimed another of the Brunswick District's oldest residents in tho person of Mrs Sus- anah Reddacliff, relict of the late Robert Waiter Reddacliff, who died &nbsp; some two years ago. &nbsp; The late Mrs. Reddacliff was born &nbsp; in Sydney 79 years ago and came to &nbsp; the Northern Rivers at the age of 12 &nbsp; years and thus has been well over half a century of the district's devel- &nbsp; opment and activity. Coming to the &nbsp; vicinity of Mullumbimby in 1882, &nbsp; wnen the late Mr Reudacliff selected land near Aiyocuui, the deceased could Uite- many interesting taleg of a by-gone day when people were more I of an open' heart, helping each other in the continual advance against the natural wilderness 'that surrounded them and s eined to try and make life impossible. - ' In 1872 deceased marri...
MULLUMBIMBY WATER SUPPLY CONSULTING ENGINEER'S REPORT. CONSIDERATION DEFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
MULLUMBIMBY''' WATER SUPPLY CONSULTING ENGINEER'S , . REPORT. CONSIDERATION DEFERRED. Muilumbimby Municipal Council at its oraina-ry meeting last night considered tho report from their consulting engineer (Mr. A. Hard ing) Fttow,, Brisbane), concerning tho proposed Muilumbimby Water Supply, following upoiu tlie1 recent communication from the Minister for Lo.cal Government, deal ing with Mr. Frew's , tentative scheme placed before the Council some time ago. Mr. Fiew stated that he was pleas ed to notice that the Govcrnmen had approved of the' gravitation proposal aim dealt at length on the Minister's I recommendation. ' | The Council fully considered the letter and tho main discussion centred. u;ion the re-classification of Mullum. bimby by the Firc-Uiidenvriters' As. :oci.-ition, following the establishment of the water supply an.l it was pointed out by the Cleik that certain main pipe lines specifications would be ex. pected for a re-classification of tho town. It was eventually de...
TOWN COUNCIL FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
TOWN COUNCIL FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. I MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. ? . The Mayor, Aid. W. Arnold) pre sided over the fortnightly meeting of jiuiluiubimby Municipal Council on Monday night, .when the following attended: Aid. A. H. Starr, A. Free man, S. T. Walker and E. F. Jamesj Mr. J. W. Miles (Acting Town Clerk' Mr S. D. Berry- (.Electrical Engineer) Aid. W. D. Bryant was granted leave of absence. RELIEF WORKS. The Department of Labour and In dustry advised thtt the. Relief Work Scheme in Muilumbimby Municipality would cease to operate from the., end of the' month, but the Council de cided to apply for the continuance of the scheme until at least _the comple tion of tlie last- programme of works which has bocu submitted for consid eration by the Department. ' The Department qf Main Eoads wroto relative to the panting of an additionol six trees 011 'outhern side of Brunswick road. In receiving tlie t letter the Council aliio decided to .re quest the provision of better types of tree guard...
PINNED DOWN BY LOG MR. STAN KNIGHT'S MISFORTUNE ACCIDENT NEAR MINYON. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
PINNED DOWN BY LOG MR. STAN KNIGHT'S MISFORTUNE ! - ACCIDENT NEAll MINYON. Mr. Stnrj Kuiglit, well-known local ca.rier wag seviorely hurt in | an accident near Minyon ofl Sun day afternoon and tlie results- may hiVo had a serious consequence iut for the fact that assistance was at hand, and tho unfortunate . man was released from his painful predicament. ^ , i^i ut^ jj | The accident occurred when the tuiiler perch pole which was bearing and -eig.ity foot turpentine pile, broke, and in a,',' effort to replace the pile a. jack si pped, and rolled on Stan Knight and Mr. Sta_a Robinson. After u, brief struggle, Mr. Robi-n. son was able to free himself and then set, about freeing his companion, who was p lined by both foet. After free ing one foot, Mr Robinson continued ad had to dig' away the earth befoiv ,KMi.ght was iinal\y released, about half an hour after the accident had occurred. ?: . i ? Robinson then set about to walk a mile down the road to Mr. W. Por . tor's farm to get a ea...
TENNIS BYRON ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
.TENNIS ' BYRON ASSOCIATION. Cooper's Shoot further strengthened I it3 positiou .in the Byron district A. gradegradc competition on Saturday. Cavanbali Triers and St. Pul's also liad wins. .Results: .- A grade: Coopor's Shoot 6 sets 41 games versus Cavanbali Has Beons 3 sets 40 g'anios. Cavanbali Triors 6 sets 45 games v. Ellamong 3 sets 35 games. St. Paul's 7sets 52- games v. Ban galow Methodist 2 sotu 33 ' games. B. Grade: Cavanbali 5 sots 44 gamos v. Cooper's Slioot 4 sots 3£- games.
AUSTEN CUP FINAL. MULLUMBIMBY TO PLAY BYRON BAY. RUGBY LEAGUE GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
AUSTEN CUP FINAL. MULLUMBIMBY TO PLAY BTRON BAY. ^ RUGBY LEAGUE GAMES. Tlio final of the Byron Rugby Lea gue knockout competition for tho Aus ten Cup will be played by Mullumbim-' by ana Byron Bay, who on Saturday qualified by defeating BilUnudgci. aud Brunswick Surfers respectively. Comfo. table wins were enjoyed. | Billinudgel could field' only 11' men against Muilumbimby and t wero beat en 1U/2 in a game which did not pro. ducp good football. J. Kilroy (3 tries and a goal), A. Montgomery (two tiies) and E. Plater (a goal) scored for, Muilumbimby and Jack Boylo kick ed a penalty goal for Billinudgel. Montgomery, M. Plater and Jim Kilroy' vMul.umbimby) and Jack Boyle, J. Farrell and H. Warren and Schweitzer oiothcis (Billinudgel) weje the best plajers) Mr. Ted Fisher .had. charge of the BTRON BAY V. SURFERS. Like Billinudgel, Brunswick Surfers fielded short against Byroa Bay, sev eral regulars being unavailable, Byrou Bay played well to win 18-nil. Surf jm' foraward8 lacked vim and...
ON THE LINKS BANGALOW ASSOCIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
ON THE LINKS BANGALOW ASSOCIATES. Bangalow associates on Saturday played the first rond of the Scrnack trophy compaction over 18 holes on Bangalow links. Results: Mrs. G.^W. Baker 81, 15, 0(5 ; Phil loung 94, 22, 72; Mrs S. Wilson 99, 26, 73; Mrs. G. Crisford 103, 30, 73; Mis. L. Alford 92, 18, 74; Mrs A. Mil.er -97, 23, 74; Mrs. D. Furnell 97, -3, 74; Miss N. Flower 100, 24 76 Miss G. Newell 118, 40, 78;- Miss Mc Geary 115, 32, 83.
AT BANGALOW. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
AT BANGALOW. .- Lismore- No. 1 defeated -Bangalow . on, tlio Bangalow green on Saturday by i. f'2: to 87.. Results: Blanch, Webber, Hauler, Lentaigne 31 v. L-ewls, Pearson, Frith, Burrows 20. Turner, Hurst Rigby, McNeill 16 v. Davis, Gibson, Leu, Sharp 28. Snow, Samioe; Hall, Crisford 19 v. . Overall, Armstrong, Durie, Mattress ? 24,. ? ; ?!$!»' j-.Keoch, yirtue,' Beckinsale, Wilson 20 v. Woodford, Gaggin, Morris, Leu an 20.. ?
GOSSIP FROM FILMLAND [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
GOSSIP FROM FILMLAND Even with tho Joan Blondell-Dick I Powell romance rumours running riot J 'it is interesting to not. that Joan liar- I bors no ill-feelings towards her former | husband, George Barnes. IWhen she ' i8 working, her daily routine includes morning coffee in her dressing-room I ftr herself and all her pals. George j Barnes, one of the leading camera- | meii at Joan's studio, is always on I th's guest list. j Gejie Raymond has had so much ? success witli his song, 'Will You?' that he has decided to go in for musi cal composition on a t larger scale. He is now working on sonio new songs with his brother, Robert Marlowe, wiio is in .Hollywood, hoping to be como an orchestra leader. Stars of the screen have gone on strike against having their bur bleached, dyed and hennaed. Instead of having their owto hair coloured tj c:iit the roles they are playing, playois have signed a declaration of indepsti t'ence in regard to their own treeses ai d arc demanding wigs to fit the ch...
THE POCKET PARENTS AND CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
THE POCKET PARENTS AND CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION. The usual monthly meeting of the above took place in the School Room on Friday night last. The President (Mr. F. Piff) occupied the chair. . Correspondence included letters from the Byron . Shii\e Council relative to the planting of the avenue of trees on the road; and a letter was also reeived from the Australian Forest League offering the Association all possible assistance in its big effort to improve ine district. An apology was received from Mr. I John Garrard. teacher reported the following gifts to the school since the last meet ng of the Assn. : A Standard rose 'the -nft of Mr and Mrs. Campbell); The Sydney Mail, a ladder. T'-e teacher also reported that the annual Health and Temperance Exam ination would take placc on Friday, 14th iust., and that Messrs Piff and Warr.n had offered to act as commit teemen, for the purpose of supervis ing the examination. A motion of sympathy was carried in silence at the instance of the pre p'd',...
AT BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
AT BYRON BAY. , The seaton 's, first pennant game was p'ayed on Byron JRay gr-een on Satur . day, . ')Tlieu^_J/ismore -To. 2 had a com fortable win. The visitors were wel . . . corned by. the . Byron Bay President (Mr. R. J. Brownell), who eongratu 1 luted --Mr. W. Blair on his election as 'President of Lismore Club, also Lis ' more Club in selecting such a fine . sportsma,, to be their President. Results (Byron . Bay first): llalpin, Gibson, Steiloiv, Everest 23 r. ..-? ./v ? ?frnvrni'il ? rrrnhnrf -T-5n«V»tr«- on Lousadii, Bro.wne, Lane, McKeuzie 17. v. Corlis, King, Blair, Goodwin. 44. ?-.vEl isj\ Pendcrgast, Hallett, Brownell, 20 v. Skippen, Hatfield, Riddle, Boc cham. 17, f-' i Bannister, Esilman, Macdcrmott, Wood bine 14 y. Edwards, Bisley, Grif fiths, Benson 33, Totals: Lismore No, 2 144: .-Byron ' Bay 80. - . , j f j%. Social rink : Oorry, Hodge, Davidson Esilman 22 v. Thomson, Smith, King ? dJvei'OBt 21, Games played on Byron Bay greou during the week-end were: ? Smith, ^Es...