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OBITUARY MR. FRANK NATOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
OBITUARY MR. FRANK NATOLE. Mr. Frank -Natole (38) of Goonen gony died in Lismore Hospital dur. ' ing the week-end, was well, known in Mullumbimby and had been a keen sportsman, being at one time a mem- , ber of the former Veteran's Cricket I Club. Being of a reserved disposition, de ceased was hold in high esteem and was well liked. The late Mr. Natole was employed by the Forrestry Department and was roreman or wnian vvinan forest. ±1 is.) death followed a short illness of i about two days' duration. Mr. Natole was born in Brisbane, and there married Miss Myrtle Mor ison of Eumundi, Queensland. There arc two children, Doris (15) and Gladys (10). Deceased's father died some years ago, but Mrs. Natole resides at Eu mundi. Mrs. R. J. Simpson (Bris bane), Mrs. W. T. Rummer}- - (Goon ongerry), Mrs. Harry Peate- (Cudgen) and Mrs F. Dwyer (Atherton, Q.) are sisters; Messrs Joe Cagnaci (Bur leigh Heads), Leo Cagnaci (Eumundi) and William Cagnaci (Brisbane) aro step-brothers and Messrs Fred ...
G F.S. DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
GF.S. DANCE. : At tho last meeting of the Byron Bay G.F.S. hold on Monday a report was tabled of the second in the series of' competition -lances.' which was a ^ugo^''Vops^. -I'.-s. ? ? ' ' The third one is to bo held on Tues day next, the 18th inst, and tlio com petition dance will bo an old time waltz. The prize will bo tho samo as before, viz., a guinea. There will also bo a prizo for tho 'Beau of the Night,' and another for the holder of a lucky door ticket. The girls havo all arrangements well in hand and havo socured tho assistance of St. Paul's Guild again for the supper. Mr. Adamson's popular orchestra will supply tha music aud a repetition of tlio recont successes is anticipated, ? ? I
MR. E. S. KENNEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
MR. IE. S. KENNEDY. Mr Edward Spencer Kennedy (53) of Tho Pocket, whoso death occurred recently in Mullumbimby, was one of the best horse-breakers on tho North Coast in his younger days. Mr Kennedy trained tho famous Te-kuti, champion pony high jumper of Australia, for Mr. Fred Baker, Tc kuti competed in many show rings, including Sydnoy, and at Newcastle 20 years _ ago he jumped 6ft. lOins. establishing an Australian bjoejord. Fallowing coach driving), droving and hauling cream on the Main Arm, Mr. Kennedy joined tho tick staff oarly 20 years ago and he was so em ployed at his death. Born in Goulburn, he camo to tho North Coast 35 years ago, and in 1009 married Miss Mary .Tano Timbs, of Goonengerry, who survives. The family comprise,, ? -.Spencer (Burring bar), Robert (Billinudgel), Cecil, Jim John (The Pocket), Myrtle (Mrs. R. Evans (Huonbrook), Annie (Mrs. Clivc Evans, Mooball), Lily, Ivy, Mavis and Joyce (The Pocket) . Following a short service in Mul lumbimby Methodist Church, ...
BALLINA "DOGS." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
BALLINA 'DOGS.' . Tho Ballina Coursing Club will stage its initial meeting on Saturday night when the new course _will bo opened. It is said that the course is second to none in the Commonwealth and em braces' many new devices for the con ducting of greyhound racing, a sport that has thrilled thousands. Tho vari ous events have all brought forward excellent fields and a good night's entertainment is assured. The course is specially floodlit and will make it more like day-light rac. ing, whist tho appointments aro excel lent and assure well for tho comfort of patrons. Regular meetings are planned by the committee and it is expected that a record attendance will mark the op ening of the new club.
BYRON BAY "ICICLE" CLUB HARRY SHOWS 'EM. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
BYRON BAY . 'ICICLE' CLUB HARRY SHOWS 'EM. Old Sol beamed down with so much warmth last Sunday and tho water looked so inviting, quito a few of the locals tried the surf and voted it high time to - commence the surfing season. But it takes Harry Mallan to show tlie village lads just how to surf. All through the winter, when Jackie Frost was just around the corner, every week-end as regular as clock, work, Harry' had his dip in the briny. For many years now Mr. Mallan has not missed liis week-ond dip and al. though at many tinie8 ho has looked like favourably forming an 'Icicle Club' the young bloods all weaken sooner or later.
THE DIAMOND CODE PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
MMAMoi CODE | v - : ' .' By MRS. A. M. WILLIAMSON | Piuoly-blended, Story -of Love, Adventure and Intrigue. j ? Author of 'Hor Silencc, ' 'The Perfume of Eve,' 'Behind i . Doublo Doorsj' Etc. | PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. j SIR' WILLIAM SAKENHAM: Foreign Secretary. LADY MAUREEN DARKWOOD: Hia niece* lovely, popular arid rich. ?. '? BOSB -TILDEN: Lady Maureen's stepsister. She is slightly deformed and her defect has soured her. ? : .??^DEVLIN MALLORY: Better known as 'Devil' Mallory: a globe-trotter and an ex-Secret' Service man.. ARTHUR WINANS:' War correspondent of a famous newspaper: -an! ex ? Secret Service man also and Mallory 's chum. ARLETTA'. GLENOVA: A beautiful Polish dancer and a spy. GUIDA DI; 'SER BELLON I : An impovL'risJicd' Italian nobleman! in lovo ivitb Lady Maureen. ' 'Por 'once, Arietta's savoir faire de ' ? sorted* lier; Disguised na she was, she ' ' might ? ll'ave escaped recognition, had ? 'yue ' not uttered a little gasp of sur ? prise. J' odor saw her, and saw: her ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
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RIVER FISHING [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
RIVER FISHING Many people -have takvii advantage of the splendid weather and spent tlieir lei'SUre hours out of doors lisning. Fish are still rather plentiful ac Brunswick Heads. - Good catches of v.iiitnig are recording by several, most of the whiting ranging from J to li lbs. Flathead are , still eagerly sought after with varying -.success,- but the j. U-eam which . wore rather plentiful a j| shirt while ago, are on the wane. v ' Blackfish may be caught at the right tide-- and; on tUe-right'bait. The incom ing seems to be' the- best tide for them, and the- sea-lettucp has- not many sue. cssf ul rivals in ? the bait line . Good eatclies have_ been' recorded at the ?'tin' hut? '.and up as far as the 'fig tree. '.} ' Not very many good catches are made up the river near Mullumbimby; mullet were plentiful, but -they ? have aaade their way out to sea again. Small whiting a 1 c- caught anywhere i,, the river ? near a sand or gravel spit. Several anglers have returned tiom their excursio...
C. OF E. DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
C. OF E. DANCE. A successful dance was held at [ Wilson's Creek on Wednesday night, in aid of the Church of England, Mullumbimby, and although the at tendance was not as great as on other occasions,' the result will be satisfac tory. ? . j ; Mrs. Bassett supplied the music and Mr. R. Torreng was M.C. A novelty ?ianec was won by M-,ss Flo Newberry and Mrs. R. Torrens, who generously re-donated the prize for a further dance. Several Mullumbimby people attended the function.
SURF CLUB DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
SURF CLUB i DANCE. Mullumbimby Younger Set has ar ranged a promising dance in aid of Brunswick- J3urf Club, and will take place on Thursday, 27th August, in tho Mullumbimby School of Arts. It is hoped that thi8 function will be well attended as it is necessary, With . the Shir© Council 'a action in view, for tho Club to have good sup port to enable them to carry on the dangerous yet thankless 'sport'.' during the summer months, when Brunswick Heads is So popular.
BROOKER CUP PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
BROOKER CUP PROTEST Byron Bay United Cluii have pro tested to tlie controlliri? body, concern ing their defeat by Lower River Coun try Club recently in a Brooker Cup fixture and the reasons for the protest are as under: (a) Player3 Wallwork and Mumblcr are not registered players of the Coun try Club. \b) Tho said players are unqualified to play with Lower Riv r Country team according to the L.R.C. Leaguo Constitution and the Rules of tlio Brooker Cup. Ttie protest will be heard at Wood burn on Monday night next.
SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. At Byron Bay on Saturday the final of the Austen Cup Knockout Competi tion will bp played between Byron Bay United and Mullumbimby, when a fast game is anticipated. At their last meeting, Mullumbimby went under after a close game 14-13, and it was thought that the wrong team won. All j patrons of tho sport will cortainly i watch this 'return' match with I interest. I , At the conclusion of the gaino it is | hoped the Cup will be officially pre sented .
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SCOUT GROUP COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
SCOUT GROUP COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Mullumbimby Boy Scout Group Committee will be held in the Scout Hall next Wednesday night when several important mat ters are to be discussed. The financial result of the recent concert will be made known and the tuck shop ar rangements for tho forthcoming camp will be discussed. The camp will run from August 17th until 2nd September and will embrace a section of Scout craft and- will provide an excellent opportunity to the newly-formed troop to acquire scouting knowledge. The meeting is an important one; all interested, as every citizon should be, arc invited to attend.
AUSTIN CUP FOOTBALL FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 14 August 1936
AUSTIN CUP FOOTBALL FINAL. Tho following players have- been f.e'ceted to reprcsont Mullumbimby against Byron Bay on Saturday in the final for the Austen Cup : E. i Wnugli, ,T. Kilroy, 'E. McNivcn, H. I Wn'ker, M. Plater, C. Jarrctt, N. : Lnvcrcontbe, G. Fisher, C. Towers, S ! Plater, R-. Arkinstall, E. Healy, J. Pinter. Emers., C. Crompton and J. , Gallon. . i , .