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DUST NUISANCE RESIDENTS PETITION COUNCIL. "INSULT TO INJURY," SAYS ALD. A. H. STARR [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
DUST NUISANCE RESIDENTS PETITION COUNCIL. ? 'INSULT TO INJURY,' SAYS ALD. A. II. STARR Muilumbimby Council bad before! it on Monday night a requisition ~ from residents of Stuart Street, teq,uestinj that something be dona to alleviate the dust nuisancp oc casioned. by the surfacing of tho road with, light red soil which did appear to be binding wltli the metal ? In replying to the Mayor, tho fore man of Works (Mr. Withers) tinted that it would be impossible to al.ate tho nuisance without ' a water supply, but that in the event of early rain, the dust would settle and bind with the metal. Aid. Walker stated that he would like to see something done in the matter, but it was impossible to act and the Council had only one ' ogion and that was to wait for rain. The Mayor and Aid. Walker moved that the letter be received and tho writers be informed tlialt Council would act in some way when possible. Aid. Starr: It is only adding insult to injury in taking . that proceedure. We are unable ...
ANNUAL CONVENT BALL WONDERFUL SUCCESS AT BYRON BAY. MANY VISITORS PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
ANNUAL CONVENT BALL WONDERFUL SUCCESS AT BYRON | I BAY. MANY VISITORS PRESENT. Tho recently ra-.modclled Byron Bay Literary Institute, With, its attractive interior j dctoorations made an excellent setting for tho Annual Convent BaH held last night -when visitors '.from as ffrr as Brisbane oil) the north and from L'.imore and Casino to the south attended what was perhaps one of Byron Bay's most attractVo social ' gatherings . i : : . The secretaries, Mesdames W. Dav idson, G. Stacli, C. llalpin and Miss Flo 1'Jgan worked ceaselessly for the success of the entertainment, and it was largely through their efforts and the assistance they received from an energetic committee, that tho excel lent attendan c of 250 couples was attained. The main hall, with its new settings was made even more beautiful by the attractive lighting on the many beau tiful frocks that wercj worn, the col. ours making a charming sight when looking down upon the revellers from the gallery. Ou the 'stage bowls of s...
YOUNGER SET MEETING BYRON BAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
YOUNGER SET MEETING BYRON BAY MEETING. 'lliii monthly meeting of Byron Bay Younger S^t was held on Tuesday in iss I'uolinan (Piesident) oo cu^uig tno chair. .it was resolved that the next dance of the lounger Set to bo held on 'lu3.duy, 25th August, bo known as a 'Tap jNignt.' also that Ballina Jazz Band be engaged. T e matter of extensive novelties a..d entertainments was given careful , -consideration. The offer of Miss Flora Jack, dancing teacher of Lismore, to 6end down her specially trained 'Tap iial-et' to appear at this danco was g.atefully received. liss Jack also gave her permission for her pupil Miss toi.v.a_ Weeing, to givo ai exhibition of tap daucng, featuring the novelty danco, 'Top hat, white tie and tails.' It wai decided that additional no- | veltii's be purchased for this function , including iiim masks. ' , The offer of Mr. Jack Paliler to airango a 'Rose Dance' novelty, was ' gratefully accepted. | The matter of the Set's annual Fancy Dress Carnival was discussed...
BYRON BAY RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
BYRON BAY RIFLE CLUB The Captain, Mr. ' !D. Woodward, occupied the chair at tho annual meeting of tho Byron Bay Riflo Club when the election of officers for tho coming year, resulted: — ! Captain, Mr. D. Woodward ; Hon. Sec.., Mr J, Rowan ; Hon, Treas., Mr. A. V. Munro j Selectors and Haiuliuappcrs, Messrs J. Rowan, D. Woodward, W. Cusack; Committee^ Messrs WoodwarJ, Rowan, Munro, Cusack, Armfield, Johnson and J. Condon. Tho balance sheet showed a rovenuo for the year of £73/11/, wliilse tho expenses amounted to £(35/15/2, and the credit balance at the conclusion of tho year's activities, £11/18/1. j The Secretary's report showod that for the year the increase in member ship had been sustained and now tot alled GO as ngainst 44 for last-«ycar. It was stated, that Mr. S. ? Austen was giving a Cup for competition jyid it was decided that tho Cup bo avail able for annual competition between vis'ting clubs in teams of four mem bers, winners to hold the same for ono year, the date of the...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
PERSONAL Mr. Lcn McNaught of the Coun cil's electricity staff, is about to take his annual holidays of two week's duration. Mr. G. Fenwick is spending his an nual holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Fenwick, Stuart Street. After being residents of Muilum bimby for some thirty ycar3 past, Mr and Mrs. T. A. Barrett are leaving the town and going to reside in Lis more. Mr. and Mrs. Barrett will be leaving Muilumbimby on Saturday. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Farrar, holders of the Mull«m bimby Golf Club Championship, who paired together in the mixed four somes championship at .Casino during the week-end and finished to J. C. Mcintosh and Miss Mcintosh. Tho performance was particularly meritor ious, especially when it is recalled that Mr. Mcintosh holed out in ono on the 17th . The local champions, who annexed the handicap trophy, were four strokes behind the winners. Mrs. Lou' Mackenzie and daughter has returned home after holidaying in Casino with friendi. Mrr. T. .Duf...
TAP DANCING EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
TAP DANCING EXHIBITION. Miss Silvia Williams, Lismore 's' foremost tap dancer, lias been engag ed to give an exhibition of tap danc ing at the 'Tap Night' dance, or. ganised by Byron Bay Younger Set for 25tk August. . This young artist lias made quite a name for herself in the Lismore dis trict and was solo dancer in the Jjis uiore Philharmonic Society's recent presentation of 'Roso Marie.' Patrons at the dance of 25th Aug ust, will have the pportunity of see ing. Miss Williams in tv number, ' ' Top'^ Hat, white tie and tail.' Miss Flora Jack's 'Tap Ballet' will also be seen in action, featuring a novelty ballet. This balLet has made several appearances in and arouud Lismore, their big fuccess being in the 'Rose Marie' presentation.
IMMUNIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
IMMUNIZATION. The Acting Town Clerk (Mr. J. W Miles) reported to last night's meet ing of the Muilumbimby Council that the Diphtheria Immunization scheme 1 was proceeding aud w-ould bo com- | meneed in Muilumbimby 011 Monday j next. Tlie Clerk -advised that lie re commended the sending out of a cir. cular to all parents having children about to receive treatment, and re quest that the feces be paid. Applica tions for free treatment arc to be made by Saturday next. Tho Council decided that, the Clerk's recommenda tiou be adopted and the circular will be tent out.
HON, J. A. LYONS VISITS BRUNSWICK IMPRESSED WITH THE DISTRICT. CALLS ON RELATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
HON, J. A. LYONS VISITS BRUNSWICK IMPRESSED WITH TH? DISTRICT. CALLS ON RELATIVES. Hon. J. (A Lyons, M H R , Prime Minister, of Australia, paid an official visit to the Brunswick Distrct during tho last week-eml and visited many relatives of Mrs Lyons, who through ill-health was unable to accompany her husband. The party stayed over Pa-.udray | ni~ht at the Court House Hotel and left early on Sunday for Casino where ti e Prime Minister »n trained 011 the 1 Sydney express., A stop was made at Bangalow, where Mr. Lyon3 attended .Mass at- St. Kevin's Church, the cele- | brant- being Archdeacon Scott TOILET CASE TAKEN. | O11 Saturday night a toilet ease j valuod at approximately £12, the pro perty of the Prime Minister's secret. I nry (Mr. -Swanson), was taken from the rooms of 'flic party. The case, it was ascertained, wns purchased by Mr Swanson in England 011 their recent tour and was much treasured. It was stated that the case had been left i open in the room during the night. Yeste...
BANGALOW J.F.C. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 11 August 1936
BANGALOW J.F.C. At., a: meeting ' of- the Bangalow and District Junior ' '?''Farmers' Advisory Committee, lield in' Knoclcrow School, with Mr. KY Dudgeon presiding, tho; 1 amalgamation' of -No wry bar and Knock row clubs with Bangalow to form the ' Bangalow and 'District Junior Farm- 1 ers' Club, was approved. jur.- .tsruce istepuens (.ivnocurow; was appointed secretary. ' It was ar ranged for Mr I. W. Scott, -the Senior Dairy Instructor, to give a ; lantern lecture to - the. residents, club members and others intoi'esbed, at Nowrybar 011 September . 25. ? It is intended that the Bangalow Club should compete for the J. J. Hayter Shield in tho next Bangalow. Show. ?
21ST BIRTHDAY MR. GARNET FENWICK. FITTINGLY CELEBRATED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
21st BIRTHDAY MR. GARNET FENWIOK. FITTINGLY CELEBRATED. Mr. Garnet Fenwick, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Fenwick, of Stuart Street attained his majority this week and to many of his Mullumbimby friends, celebrated the occasion with a party, The evening was spent in dancing, singing and games and at supper time, Mr. G. Fenwick Senr. presented his son with the time-honored 'key.' Garnet replied fittinolv to tho- occa sion, following which 'For he's a jolly good fellow' Was sung. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Fenwick, Mr. and Mrs. Spong, Misses L. Mc Kenzie, D. Butt, D. Butt, O. Hen ville, M. Henville, A. Selwood, E. Selwood, M. McNaught, B, McDon* ougli, N. Maddy, K. Gentle, D. Fen wick, Messrs L. Gardner, R. Gardner, G. Fenwick, A. Mudge, K. Sullivan, T. Dent, J. Butt, C. Selwood, F. Tarlinton, G. Tarlinton.
CONVENT BALL BYRON BAY FUNCTION. 250 COUPLES ATTEND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
CONVENT BALL BYRON BAY FUNCTION. 250 COUPLES ATTEND. As reported lm our last issue tile annual , Byron Buy Convent Ball wa3 a colossal buccob^ when 250 Couples attended am spent a most jeinjoyablo time dancing to the . of 'Old time and jazz music, sup plied by Arnold Adamson's Band. Socially, the ball was ono of Byron Bay's much looked for events and tho frockinp on this occasion was well up to that of former years, the whole hall with its excellent lighting and harmonious effects presenting a col) ourful sight to the many onlookers. Supper was served by the Church ladies and their usual excellent cuisine was particularly well arranged, whilst the minor decorations which had been added to the alroady beautiful inter ior of the Literary Instituto hall, were. _ carefully chosen and added still another gay tone to tho already do liglitful surroundings. Visitors present for this year's functio,, covered a wide area, as Bris bane, Tweed Heads, Murwillumbah, Mullumbimby, Bangalow, Ballina...
BANGALOW TALKIES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
BANGALOW ' TALKIES ? Robin Hood of Eldorado, which will be sKown at the Bangalow Talkies on Saturday night, captures the spirited times of the Historico Gold Rush era. Warner Baxter as Joaquin Murriotta, a romantic bandit hero, who lives for love and then for hate, passes through some romantic adventures. The supporting picture is 'Bad Boy' a very pretty and romantic lovo gtory enacted by Jamos' Dunn and Dorothy Wilson. . There will also, bo an interesting picture of the celebrated Dionne Quintuplets, Newer Ecfel» ' and Shorts.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
PERSONAL Const. D, Rose, who for the past' three years, ha8 been attached to the local Police Foicc, has been transfer red to Mungindi on the Queensland border. - Mrs. D. MeClintock, who for a number of years haa been living iu I Mullumbimby, will shortly leave to take up residence in Lismore. Doreen, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gil Crompton, of Mullumbimby U'ecKj is progressing well after an anxious time following an operation., Mrs. N. Stewart is convalescing after a severe bout of the 'flu. Mr. and Mrs. L-. F . Anderson have left Mullumbimby and will tako up residence in the near future at Con terbury (Sydney). Mr. Hec. McLean, of the railway staff near Taree, has been home for a few days visiting his people, owing to tho illness of his brother, who is still au inmate of Lismore Hospital. Miss Wilson, «f Byron Bay, will be a visitor to Murwillumbah for the week-end. Mrs. J. Grundy, of Byron Bay, was coin-eyed to a Lismore hospital dur ing tho week for treatment. Mr. Harry Ger...
GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
GOLF NOTES A good roll up ij anticipated over the week-end. With the course in good order and the fairways fast, quite a few placers should redipe their handicaps. The competition over the week-end will bo a stroke handicap and a spe. cial secret 9 hole (optional) in con juhction. Players are lequcsted, where possible, to turn up early. Tlio recont challenge 'latcli between W. Walker and G. Harden was keen ly contested, wth Harden reverting to ccliool-boys days and paddling in the tr:ek, trousers tucked up. He seemed quite happy searching for the elusive pill. Members! Keep in form. Quite a number of trophies have to bo played for. ' ,
CASINO CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
CASINO CHAMPIONSHIP. Contrary to the report tbat Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Farrar were defeated by the Lismore pair, Mr J. C. Mcintosh and Miss Mcintosh, in the mixed four somes championship by four strokes, tl: c cards reveal that tlie correct mar gin was two strokes. The local pair a'e reported to have 1 | yed consistent golf, returning a score of 40 for each half of the 18 holes. Their card read (with a birdio two on the 16th): ?. ' Out: 5G443C33 G— 40. In : G 4 4 a -1 0 2 3 6—40. The winners' total was 78 which included a 'hole in ono' by J. O. Mcintosh on the 17th.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
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GOLF ASSOCIATES MRS. FARRAR IN FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
GOLF ASSOCIATES MRS. FAR^AR IN FORM. Following the recent excellent per formance displayed by Mr- and Mrs. W. G. Farrar iu the mixed foursomes championship at C'ujiiio, Mrs. itirrar continued in a merry mood on tho Mullumbimby links on Wednesday afternoon and bettered par by four strokes, thus being the first Mullum bimby Associate to qualify a3 'A' grade and for the Silver Division of the L.G.U. Mrs. Farrar is the local associates' champion. 1- laying on Wednesday, Mrs. A. H. Bartlett was also in excellent form and played goo, I rolf to return ono 'of the Beit card's ot 'the day, as the result of which lier handicap will be reduced by four strokes. The play was an 18 liole.s stroke competition, being iho first round of 36 koIea competition for Mrs. G. Lindsay's trophy. Best cards were: Mrs. A. H. Bartlett ..93) 31 G4 Mrs W. G. Farrar ..83 19 G4 Mrs W. E. Smith ... 01 24 70 Miss M . Withers .... 97 20 71 Mrs. D. D. Gibso.i .. 100 27 73 Mrs. T Duffy .. .. 03. 200 73 Miss R. Withers ....
CHURCH SERVICES Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
CHURCH SERVICES Church of Engktud. I | 'Sundi.y, August 16th: Mullumbimby, ' 7.!!0 a.m. (H.C.); 10 a.m. (Children) 11 a.m. (Choral Eucharist, H.C.), 7.3J a.m. (Evensong; Brunswick Hinds 7.30 p.m (Evensong). Philip F. Tilghman, Rector. Roman Catholic Church Saturday, 15th (Feast of Assump tion), Mullumbimby 7 and 0; Bruns wick Heads 7; Billinudgel 8.30. Sunday, 10th: Mullumbimby 8 (1st Communion Sunday) and 10. Billinudgel 10; Brunswick 8.30. Rev. R. H. Williams. I'rcsbyterinn Church Sunday, August lGth: Mullumbimby (St. Andrew's) 11 a.m.' and 7.30 p.m Man Arm 2 p.m. Row. J. W. Millor. Presbyterian Church (Bangalow). Sabbath, August 1G : Services will bo bold (D.V.) as foliows: Bangalow 11 a.m. (Children's Service); Byron Bay 3 p.m.; Ncwrybar 7 p.m. Rev. R. Millor. Methodist ChurJn.'-- ? Sunday, lGth: Crabbe's Creek 10.30 a.m. (Mr, II. Williams) ; Mullumbimby 11 a;m.; Biunswck Heads 3.30 p.m. (Mr. A. Kitchen); Byron Bay 7.30 p.m. (Mr. T. A. Johnston); Myocuin 11 a.m.; Billinudgel 1.4...