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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
ll^llllf ? . ;1 O « 3K MS? T1VB E. R. MOULTON'S BYRON BAY Who wishes to make a special Announcement on The New Bandmaster 1936 - BATTERY OPERATED RECEIVERS Which are giving remarkable performances On Battery Consumption - Reduced by Fully One Third | These Sets are a Mnacle of economy Price from 19 Guineas. Electric from IS Guineas nnnnfinnirij Phone 15 MICRO ?.SENSITIVE RADIO BYRON BAY Wm v1-. — : ? 1 — . ? ? ? ?
SUPER CRICKET RED LETTER DAY AT BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
SUPER CRICKET RED LETTER DAY AT BYRON BAY. Sunday was a red letter day for Byron Bay a3 it marked tho first ladies' cricket effort. The members of Byron Bay Younger Set met the local he-men. in a fa^t and fur ious game of cricket. Tho village ambulance1 was in attendance, but iapart from1 several first aid cases, there were not half so many bro ken ribs as anticipated. Tho Younger Set team was: Jess McLennan (Captain.), Nelll Mallam Jean McDonald, Tina Poolman, Iris I'oolman, Marie Bro.vnc, Nola McDon ald, Nerida Browne, lleather Wright, Barbara Bryers aiul Noma Lousada. The men were: .lack Thickett (cap lain), Lloyd Cross, .Snow Rays 'Skin- ny' Pledger, Clem Ilalpin, Tom Mc Donald, Fred Lee, Allan - McLennan, John Shrubb. Bi'l Dansey acted as umpire and his decisions were accepted with respect until he refused to give his girl friend out oh tliroa occasions.' How over, he did very well under, the cir cumstances. Amidst great choe.ing and with all duo ceremony tho two captains tosse...
SHOW SOCIAL ON 12th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
SHOW SOCIAL ON 12th MAY. The Mullumbimby Younger Sefc at their meeting last) night,- .decid ed to conduct a social in aid of i the1 Mullumbimby Show Ball funds. ' Tha function will be held on Tuesday, 12th Mjiy. This is a find gosturo on the part of tho Younger Set and every effort should bo made by tho genoral publio to ensure tho function boiug a suc coss. All previous entertainments or ganised by the Younger Set have boon an unqualified success, and it is hopeit^f';' that the 'popularity which tlioy hav^' -' achieved wjll bp pqrpetuBtodi
REV. PHILLIP BOLTE NEW METHODIST MINISTER. FOR BRUNSWICK CIRCUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
REV. PHILLIP BOLTE NEW METHODIST MINISTER. FOR BRUNSWICK CIRCUIT. Tuc Rev. Phillip Bolte, nowly-ap-i p-i.it.d lviethoctiox Minister lur i--e Biuiuwick Circuit, arrived at ? MuUumoim&y on 1'riila.y evening. He was accompanies by Mrs. Boite. Tney had motored from West Wy a.ong, a distance of 730 miles. Mr. Bolte took the services through out the ciicuit 011 Sunday, lie com menced at Myocum in the morning, By 1 011 Bay 111 mo afternoon and was at lUuiiumounby at night. Excellent at-: i^iiaaiices gretted his initial appear-, ai'.ce in the /various towns. i'lior : 10 coining to Mullumbimby, Mr. Bolte was stationed at Nyngan m thu Far West Mission, lie was oruain ed 1 wo years ago and comes to this circuit witli a splendid record. It is proposed , that an induction tervice ue conducted at Mullumbimby .a the near future. Tno olliciating Min ister will bo the Rev.- Lew, Chairman of the District, who is stationed at Lis more.
ELECTRICITY CONTROL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
ELECTRICTY CONTROL The Town Clerk (Mr. C. S. Inch) reported to the meeting of tho Mul lumbimby Council last night that sev eral Local Government bodies in the State, including Narrabri, Orange and Wee Waa had adopted, or were adopting, the system of control as ex ercisid in Mullumbimby aud Byron Bay. Aid. Starr said it was apparont that Mul.uinbimby council aud its officers, so far as electricity was concerned, had not lacked forosight.
BANAGLOW HOSPITAL FUND SHOWING STEADY PROGRESS MEETING OF COMMITTEE. NEW COLLECTOR APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
BANAGLOW HOSPITAL FUND- SHOWING STEADY PROGRESS MEETING OF COMMITTEE. NEW COLLECTOR APPOINTED. Tho Bangalow Hospital Cont.i bucion fund is making steady pro gress ana. its usefulness in the ais . tir.ct i3 beginning to prove bene ficial. The scheme is now well estao jisi.ed and desjrves the support of every citizen in and around Ban galow. Mr. J. G. Snow, President of the organising committee, occupied the chair at the last meeting of the com niitteo. Others present were Rev. Cauuy, L. W. K'acli, G. Crawford, L.' E. Aiford, II. II. Storman and the' secretary, A. C. Christmas. An apol ogy was received from G. Crisiord. The chairman welcomed Rev. Wul wtr and Mr. L. W. Kecch, as new members to the committee and they LuititbJy responded. Tilt resignation of the colloctor, T. W. Stirrup, was received with regret and after all members present had spoken of the great work that this colloctor had done for the scheme, the secretary was instructed to forward him a letter of appreciation. L. J...
ANZAC DAY SERVICES MULLUMBIMBY ARRANGEMENTS, CHURCHES PART. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
ANZAC DAY SERVICES ? / MULLUMBIMBY ARRANGEMENTS. CHURCHES' PART. . Saturday next, April 25th, will commemorate tne '21st annivers ary of the landing of Australian .and New Zeadand Forccs at Anzac, and fitting commemorative services will be held in Mullumbimby by ittte R.S.S.I.L.A. (Mullumbimby Siibybranch) and the Cnurches. DAWN SERVICE. The Dawn Service is the Official 'Commemoration of tae Returned Soldiers Imperial League, and will commence at 4.55 a.m. and will be -conducted by Rev. P. F. Tilghman (Anglican) . The service will be in the si'me form as in previous years. AT THE CEMETERY. ? At 12; 30 tho wreaths from the i Memorial Columns at the School of i Arts will bo taken by members of the -Sab-brunch to the Mullumbimby \ cunettry, to be placed on the graves' of departed Diggers. ANGLICAN SERVICES. | On Saturday morning the usual An I zac Service will be held in St. Mar I tin's, and now we are back to the | oid. army practice of tho A.I.F., ' whereby all men go to their own Ch...
DEATH MR. J. E. GOREMAN OF BANGALOW [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
DEATH MR. J. E. GOREMAN OF BANGALOW It is with much regret that we re cord, the d.ata of Mr. Jim Edward Uoveman, an old and highly respected resident of Eureka. , The late Mr. Goreman enjoyed good health .until rece.itly when he -was ad mitted to the Byron Hospital, Banga low, suffering with pneumonia, and al though every care and attention was given him, lie passed away early 011 x-'riday morning. Deceased was a native of Brisbane and came to the Richmond 45 years iiirn nnrl fni' n liiimlinr nf vm in w« ill cnarge of various butter factories in the. Bangalow distrct, which were in ope.ation prior to tho formation of 1-sorco C'o-p. Ltd. Forty years ago he married at Springvaie, Miss Margaret Gay, who predeceased him in' December, 1930. At the tune of his marriage tho late Mr. Gorman was managing a factory which was then in existence in Eur eka. About 1900 the deceased acquired farming property at Eureka on which tne family nave since resided. . He was a man of retiring disposition b...
EASTER VISITORS TO BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
EASTER VISITORS TO BYRON BAY. At last Byron Bay appears to be gaining somo of tho popularity that it justly should, where tourist traffic is concerned, yet much can he dono still to attract tho travoller. A number of peo2-le took advantago of the porfect weather to venture afield and Easter saw il irood cncamnmcnt at thi- Bvron Bay picnic reservo ;ln(l Broken Head It is amazing how somo of our vis itors passed away idlo moments. A number visited tho local picture show and one group were overheard play ing mental noughts and crosscs on the black and whito freizc of the Liter ary Institute. Too bad that this de coration will bo obliterated before boforo tho next holiday season. May be' the comniitteo will think of somo other nmusement for the patrons and thus take at least their minds off . tho hard seats.
RIFLE SHOOTING BANGALOW RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
RIFLE SHOOTING BANGALOW RESULTS. Rifle scores at Bangalow for Sat urday, weros ? 500 GOO T'tl. A. R. Nowtou... .. ... . 38 37 '75 A, Kibblewhito .. .. .. 39 36 75 H. W. Rice .. .. .'. .. 40 35 75 S. L. Cook . . . . ... . 36 37 73 Geo. W, Rays' ; .. 38 35 73 A. Beacon ...... . . 38 35 73 W. Pepper ? .. .. 36 36 72 C. Cook ? '. .... 33 38 71 11. Hayter .'.' . V . . . 36 36 70 C. East' .. ? ? . 37 33 70 H. Alcorn ? 38 29 67 II. McNiff .. .. .. .. 33 30 G3 E, Newton .. .. . . .. 33 27 . GO A. Kibbelwliitc_, H, W. Rico, S. L, Cook, Geo. Vt Rays, wore selected to shoot at MunvillumbttU on Saturday next.
ADDITIONAL TEACHER REQUIRED MULLUMBIMBY RURAL SCHOOL P.&. C. ASSOCIATION MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
ADDITIONAL TEACHER REQUIRED MULLUMBIMBY RURAL SCHOOL P. &. C. ASSOCIA TION MEETING T**. urgent need for an additional teacher in the Primary Section at the Mullumbimby District School, wis stressed by speakers at the ?Parents and Citizens' Association en Friday nigbt. Figures submitted by- the. Headmaster Mr, L. G. Johnson) justi ;fiel the appointment of an additi: nal teacher.' Tho President (Mr. S. II. Leo) oc- _ cupied the chair, and others present j were Mcsdniiies D. D.- Gibson, C. E. Loo, W. May, J. Venn, W. Mackay, J. J McKoe,.. M-. .McLaron,- Misses Doorey Bull, Dawes, Walsh and -Messrs- L. G. Johnson, C. ,S. Inch, F. . if. Mott, W. Mnckay,' H. Smith, J.* Forbes and tli 2 secretary, M. Flint. ? | Apologies were received from Mes srs-i W. E-. ^ Smith i an§.i- O. jK.; Sheard. STAFF MATTERS Mr. .Johnson said. that in reply to a request by the Sdcretary, ho had se cured particulars: r, elating to tho enrol ... ...i. 7.4. 4.1.' Tli n onvnlmnnt UlUllI/ lit buu awiuu,. . . ...
RESULT OF AMALGAMATION TREMENDOUS GROWTH OF ELECTRICAL UNDERTAKING. FIGURES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
RESULT OF AMALGAMATION TREMENDOUS GROWTH OF ELECTRICAL UNDERTAKING-. PIOUUKH SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. 'JMIE tremendous growth of the Mil) lumbitnby-Byroh Electrical Undertak ing since thelimatgaiilation, is evidenced by figures supplied bv the Town Ckrk (Mr. C. S. Inch) to tlie meeting of the Mullumbimby Couilcil on Monday night. ' The figures roprcsent tho units supplied for tlie January-March Quar tor of 1934, 1935 and 1930; ? , 1934 1935 193G Increase Mullumbimby ? ? 23,000 29,000 34,000 50 per cent. , Byron Bay .. . . .. . :. 13,000 20,000 26,000 doublod Bangalow ? .V 8,000 13,000 12, GOO CO per ceut. Brunswick Heads 2/100 5,700 7,000 trebled
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936
Just Arrived i 1936 i HARVEST VICTORIAN Canadian ; Wonder ' Bean Seed 1 0 O PER BUSHEL I O/O SPOT CASH I ARRIVING NEXT WEEK. BROWN BEAUTY. FELTHAM PROLIFIC and I STAYLEY'S SURPRISE 1 also I New Zealand Grown: GREEN FEAST PEAS ? A. E. BUDD & SONS 'The Farmers' Store' MULLUMBIMBY. Phone 75. FOSTERS ESPLANADE CAFE BYRON BAY RIGHT ON THE BEACH for Hot and Cold Meals at all. ^ Hours. Light Refreshments. ? , ? Peter's Delicacies and' Two-in-ono' always . on hand. Hot Water. Costumes for Hire. L. G. C. WRIGHT CARRIER, BYRON BAY. We will, deliver 3£ to .6 vard. loads of Flick Bros. HAILSTONE to any part of BYRON BAY, ., 1 PHONE 81. TQ-DAY. Iinm.diate Delivery! ? .. WRIGHT'S LOWEST RATES, . . ' ARE RIGHT.. ?: AUCTIONEERS, SWORN VALUAT ORS and STOCK SALESMEN. BANGALOW Always at Your Sorvice without any obligation. PHONES: Offico, Bangalow, 6., Residence, Bangalow 66. HARRY YOUNG., Phones: Bangalow 6.3, Residenco.. 13, Nojvrybar 40. ? - ? \ ICE ALSO SUPPLIED., BEEF.' MUTTON. PORK FOR T...