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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

Listen To a i I STROMBERG CARLSON RADIO j ? : THERE IS NOTHING FINER t-': ; - . . MODELS FROM £14/14/ WE TRADE IN YOUR OLD SET ? AND ALLOW YOU FULL VALUE. MERV. ENGLERT LOCAL DEALER; ? PHONE 107. BYRON BAY. . .. , BYRON BAY, CHILDREN HIGHLY INTELLIGENT. . REMARKABLE. PROOF. The tgadier stood before the class,' (A liinn of great attraction). He said, 'Now boys, cut out the noiso and define 'satisfaction.' Hie answer came, botlrloud arid strong ; ' From .'thirty-live suppliers: ? : Please sir,' they said,' 'It 's what you | v ' set '? v- ' When, you buy your .go.ods at' | -Bryers'.' ' REG. BARNES Car Painter & Trimmer BANGALOW DUCO - SPRAY - PAINTING. ROLLER BLINDS. CAR HOODS. CURTAIN S REPAIRS WHILE YOU WAIT. PHONE' 22, BANGALOW. MULLUMBIMBY RADIO SERVICE H. H. AINSWOEfH, A.M.I. R.E., U S A , and R. L. CRADDICK, A.M.I. R.E., U. S.A., Proprietors PHONE: 75, MULLUMBIMBY Agents for Famous ARISTOCRAT RADIO RECEIVERS in Byron Bay and Bangalow.' 2 Years' Service Guaranteed.. . . ? ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOCKEY BYRON BAY DEFEATS "NORTHERN STAR." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

HOCKEY BYRON BAY DEFEATS 'NORTHERN STAR.' ' A fox'ure of tho opening hockey match of the season on Saturday . laso was A. W.igat's performance and his succc.s' in scoring 5 out. of 6 goals netted for his side. Byron Bay wen by 6 goals to 2, and their success augurs well for t-iu coming season. F, Benbow, who played insido-right, also scor ed for tho home team. At half time the score was .3-1 in Byron Bay's, favour. Tlie visiting i-iayers made a stern effort to improve tneir position, during tiie second half, but tae! .defeiice , or tne. home team wiis tpo' strong, and. prevented ., them rrom scoring more tliaii one additional, goal, while By 10.1 liay's team coin oiu'ed splendidly. ,. Several players showed dofinite pro mise and the club can look forward with confidence this s.ason. The season was . commenced -by the President of By-^on Bay club, Mr. S. A Ellis, who bullied oil'. WOMEN'S SUCCESS. The Byron Bay Women's Team also commenced tho season well, by dofeat ing Lismore by G g...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. G. H. HOGAN ELECTED TO NORCO BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

MR. C. H. HOGAl^ ELECTED TO NORCO BOARD. Mr. O. H. Il:gan, of Kyogle, was appointed by tho Board of Norco Co-op. Ltd, on Friday last !to fill the vacancy on the director ate caused by t~e dea.h of Mr. R. J. Moore. Mr. Hogan, who was previously a member of the Board, will ; occupy , the position for the lemaiudor of ,;the. late Mr. Moore's, term. Members of .:tho. Board „ 'referred' .to/ the masnificent;. servicb;'; rondored. the. organisation ,by t!ie, lato ,,Mr. -Moore, and a motion of. sympathy',- jwith, ; the; family was, carriedVv-' ; --- Sympathy was also ' expressed' ; with Mr. A. : M. Williams in the death of Mb wife. ?

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING BYRON BAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

RIFLE SHOOTING BYRON BAY CLUB. There was a variable light when mombers of Byron Bay Rifle Club fired over 500 and 600 yards on Sat urday. Scores ? (eight shots): 500 600 T'tl. W. Cusack 39' '38 ''-77 ' H. Aimfield .. 37 37 -74 ' W. : P. Condon . : . . . . 39 34 . 73.. .J. Condon ... . .... 36 33 69 :E. Pearson 37 32 69 E. Costigan .. .. .. 33 ,34 67 D. Woodward .. ?? ? ? 35 31 6G W. Morrison .. .. .. 35 30 65 C. Cobbin 32 30 G2 D. Eeid; ...-' . '. . . 31 30 61

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS BYRON BAY BEATS LISMORE. FEATHERS COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

BOWLS BYRON BAY BEATS LISMORE. FEATHERS COMPETITION. I11 the Feathers bowls competition ir.iitch pliiyod nt Lismoio 011 Saturday - Byron Bay beat the homo team by ono point. | -s ? ' Scores: . ' '? ? ' Lousada, McKenzie, Brownoll, Woo'd bine i (Byron Bay,), 2|2, v., .Goulding, Moore, PiiichinJ Robinson' (Lismoro)'. 21- . 'J '' BYRON BAY. CLUB. Week-end play, at .Byron Bay re sulted: ? . . Feros, W. Kelly (Sydn'oy), Davidson, Everest 38, v. Clarke, Vandprbcrg, Browne, Lousada 14. Bannister, Ellis, Brandon 25 ,y. Wall work, Smith, Hodge 24. Pendergast, North, Brownoll 32 v. Esil mati, Lane, Woodbine 29. MULLUMBIMBY CLUB. On the Mullumbimby bowling green cn Saturday the results were: Johnson, Coburn, Armb uster .and Lind s.jy 28- v. Berry, 'McLachlan, Ander son, Fisher 24. Harvey, Gentle, Gibson and Hunger ford 22 v. McNaught, Latter, Ilen ville and Steiiner 15.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWN COUNCIL GENERAL BUSINESS. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

TOWN COUNCIL GENERAL BUSINESS. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. The Mayor (Aid, W. Arnold) pr^Biaed over the fortnightly meet ing of tne Mullumbimby Council last night, when the attendance was at follows: Aid. A. H. Starr, &. T, wa.ker, B. James, T. Frte man, Town Clerk (Mr C. S. Inch) and Electrical Engineer (Mr.- S. D. Ben*-- , Leave of absence was granted to Aid. W. 1). Bryant, Ueputy mayor. FEUJiUA'i'luiV l-itv.i Dirk Tne uepui niiiiut; or, iuuiii lioada ?- iutu requesting repairs to tuc pavu uunc on tne u^proucues or' tne x'ed -.riuum JLSi-iuge., it was uuciaod on tne motion of Aiyd. titarr.and James to icier tne matter to ivir. M. fsuutn (tiuno ijngm eerj to carry out tne worlc. itiiifXliF WORK. A kttcr from Mr. A. Ji. Budd, M.L. A., relative to the reiustitution of re tior work, was read, and tne lotter was received. BO if SCOUT INSTITUTION. The Group Committee of the Boy Scout Troop, sought representation at their invostituro and permission for use of the playground for tho cere...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RETROSPECT SUNDAY'S GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

RETROSPECT SUNDAY'S GAME. Sunday's game was, for the loc als, tneir first try-out this season, and although the game may not nave been open, spectators aid see a few good moves. It should be remembered in tnese games that the 'gate' is at this stage im portant, and even if not in a win ning position, don't adopt spoiling tactics. The curtain raiser was just a game nitu a continuous scramble after tne ahull and the team need to look out it tney intend to play in the League competition, McLaren was perhaps tlie best of the locals, with Kilroy broth ers well in it, and King wno came on at half time, put in a (50°d. run or two. Wanted: A live-eignth for the Cup team, was the call on Sunday, and a new comer, Evans, stripped and piay ed a fair game, seeing that ho was not in condition; ho stopped a few Hard knockB aud seemed to like it, but was a little slow in getting the ball away, Reuly bad a good run in the first half, and gave his side a fair share of the ball, but was a little overs...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

I n The Cycle of Quality I t;U in ? f^vj and beauty free Insurance 1 0 Years Guarantee j Come and inspect an excellent range j of Waratah Cycles, priced from ... : £7/19/6 Easy Terms I Ail Cycle Accsssories Stocked Poolman s Limited BYRON BAY FOE HOT. AND COLD LUNCHEONS ! ? . DIN3 AT - ^ ?? MISS WARD'S ; — REFRESHMENT ROOMS ? BYEON BAY FRUIT, CONFECTIONARY, PETERS ICE CREAM, T.WO-IN-ONES. '' ' MEAtfe' A.T 'AI.L 'HOURS.,. ? - NOECO SMALL GO.CIW ALWAYS . 0:tf HAND. ? .,'i IICNE: BYEON BAY 33 ; '? ? ? GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL - BYRON BAY UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. ? ? , TOURISTS' CATERED FOi{: ? ' ONLY BEST BRANDS' OF SPIRITS, WINES^and LIQUORS^ STOCKED Have, your - 'Spqt' at tlie 'Groat;. ; -Northern Hotel- . H. F. KEALY ~ 'PT^OT- . 'PHONE: BYRON BAY 4. H^^—l III I ?' ii' »-»aii:^iiiiiixinmJu-«i^7iin .Jin, innin rn. n B. REILLY BAKER JOHNSON STEBET BYRON BAY P.O. BOX 16. ? PHONE: BYRON BAY, 42. OUR VANS . DELIVER. TO .ALL P . ARTS OF THE DISTRICT. '' PHONE AND WE WILL CALL, BYRON BAY NEWSAGENC...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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THE ANZACS OF TO MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

THE ANZACS OF TO MORROW Recently a deputation from the Mullumbimby R.S.S.I.I1.A. Sub branch waited on the local Muni cipal Council to discuss matters regarding 'preference' to sol diers. Members of the branch realise that the daputationists were full oil sincerity to do their best to guard the interests of the 'Dig- ger.' After duo consideration the Council stated that they would not rescind its previous motion supporting amend ments to the 'Soldiers' Preference Act. ' ' It would be interesting to know what there amendment arc. It would be an indication to know how sym pathetic our council is towards the men who fought for their country. As sympathetic as the Council may be, the municipality will always de mand efficient service. The same na turally, applies to all employers of la bour. When the men loft on Active Ser vice, they were promised everything to the 'moon.' Unfortunately, these promises were not fulfillod. Where strong labour unions were in existence —mostly represented b...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MIDDLE POCKET. PUBLIC SCHOOL. HIGHEST MARKS IN MONTHLY TEST. HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

MIDDLE POCKET, PUBLIC SCHOOL. HIGHEST MARKS IN MONTHLY TEST.. . , 'HISTORY. 4th class: Cyril Went; CtU class, Joyce Swaysland. GEOGRAPHY. . . 4th class, Cyril Went ; 6th class, Clive Pearson. Highest Marks in all Subjects: = i 2nd clasB: Lorna Swaysland ; 4th ,1 : , class, Ruth Swaysland; '6tli class, Joyce Swaysland.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY MRS. ELIZABETH CURRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

OBITUARY MRS. ELIZABETH OURRAN. Mrs. Elizabeth Curran passed away J at Bathurst on the 17ot inst. agQd 73. and was buried in the Methouist por tion of tho cemetery.. The deceased -lady had been ailing for somo time. A few d..ys previous ly the tragic death of her grandson, Vivian Kingf jyas made known to her. The shock, no doubt hastened her death. Her husband' predeceased her 17 \ years ago. ? For ov.er 25 years deceased was a ' * resident of Lismore. She was a mem ' . . ber of the Methodist Church, made many friends on the North Coast, and was highly respected. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. H. J. King, ?Byron Bay, Mrs. A. Wotherspoon, of Lismore, and ono son, Bert Curran, of ? Coffs' Harbour, and Vistor, Bathurst.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF STABLEFORD COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

golf STABLEFORD COMPETITION. Tho stabieford competition conduct ed on jMunuiiioimDy guif units over ilie week-end were: jo.. * utter .... .. ..... ..18 41 \V. G. Farrar .. .. .. 7 28 .u. Ma.lam ? ? . . . . .. 18 30 A. H. J3artlett . .. .. .. .15 36 ii, nuujjei'iord ? 18 34 G. Hammond ? 18 34 K. iVio.) es ? 10 32 ?Msaumg scores in a, fourbalibest bau, were: ' ' - G. MaJiam ? and G. Lindsay, 5 up. K. Uptm and G. Hammond, 2 up. ??(j. Farrar and T. Duffy, 2 up. K. Moyes and H. Hungcrford, 6 down An associates' Btabieford competi tion .was .won by Mrs D. D. Gibson $ 5- »7. ? The links were well patronised over the week-end, and tuo club is assur ed of a successful year. Quite a num b.r of locals and otners from surround ing districts, including Byron Bay and Bangalow, have expressed their inten tion of chasing the elusive pill at the St. Andrew 's. Beginner 'si Hore's a tip. It's im possible to hit the ball unless you look at it. When the swing is com pleted count two before the head ia ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MICHAELMAS CAMP NORTH COAST SCOUTS FOR MULLUMBIMBY LOCAL GROUP ACCEPTS PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

MICHAELMAS CAMP NORTH COAST SCOUTS FOR , MULLUMBIMBY yr--' LOCAL GROUP ACCEPTS ; PROPOSAL. Tbe~ Mullumbimby ' Group ' Co m - mittea of the! Boy Scout Movement on Friday night, accepted the in vitation of the Far North Coast District Committee, to allow forth coming Michaelmas holiday camp of tlie Boy Scouts on tho North O.ast, to be held at Mullumbimby. The local committee decided to un dertake the ruuning of the Tuck Shop but the general organisation of the camp will bo left to the district com mittee. When the matter came before the chairman, Mr. L. F. Anderson, said that in his opinion the camp would prove to bo of immense educational value to the local boys and would also u- ~ f n 4-1i n fnu-no n n -1 rJiflfrrip.t. Scouts would be present from Lismore Kyogle, Casino, Bangalow, Byron Bay Murwillumbah and Tyalgum. Tho Group Secretary, Mr. R. W. Norris, said the camp would be valu able to all scouts from the education they would receive in team work and other scout practices. The w...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL MULLUMBIMBY CUP TEAM DEFEATED. RESERVES WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

FOOTBALL MULLUMBIMBY OUP TEAM DEFEATED. RESERVES WIN. On the local ground during the Week-end two local combinations j met Old Boys (Murwillumbah) A ! giade and reserve) teams, in i friendly games. The match was the first run | for the Cup team and tfcir efforts were excellent in view of it being i thedr first try-out amd besides ; having a scratch team. ! Although beaten 18-8 after being bc hiud a-5 at lialf time, Mullumbimby nad tho better of the bccond half as far as play was concerned, keeping | the visitors defending for the. greater part, but even then tho locals could , not notch tries due to bad handling. Many certain tries were offering, but i dropped passes marred the movements. The teams were: E. Waugii, Ronsel, C. Crompton, J. Walker, J. Kilroy, J. Evans, N. Lav ereonibe, L. McLaren, J. Plater, E. n rnn,„n-0. ^ ^ -I''''', ments, G. Fisher and . R. Arkinstall, Old Boys: C. Welsby, J. Buckley, II. Smith, P. Watterson, A. Northam J. Gallon, E. Nobbs, J. Lever, Walsh; replac...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANCHESTER UNITY EANGALOW ORDER. CRIBBAGE CLUB FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 21 April 1936

MANCHESTER UNITY BANGALOW ORDER. CRIBBAGE- CLUB FORMED. At the last meeting of the above Order it was decided to form a /cribbago club, and the secretary Was requested to ask Nowrybar to meet them at a tournament. | Any clubs that aro prepared to meet at a friendly gamo are requested to communicato with tho assistant secretary, A. C. Cliirstmas, P.O. Box 31, Bangalow, who will bo pleased to arrango a tournament at any timo. - A Ball Committee was also formed and it is liopod to mako the annual ball, which is to be held on tho 8th ?July next, one of the most successful baljg pf tjjfi season.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 April 1936

COURbE Meals at Miss Nelson 'f, Centra? Cafo. - 1/8. Got it down at Bryqrs' or got 'hit up' olsowhero. Bryora oilers: ? 1/11 Per Dozen. Shop at tho shop, with tho slogan ' ' true. 'Wise buyers patronise. Bryors'. Do you? TfOR SALE Spring Cart and Rub ber-tyred Sulky. Apply W. Bat terham, Mullumbimby. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. fyTACANCIES for pormanent board ers, good tablo. W. G. Wilson, John son Street, Byron Bay, near Railway Station . ?yy ANTED, a Room to store furniture, urgent. Box 4, Byron. Bay. pOR SALE, Quantity of SECOND HAND FURNITURE and Household (Effects. Further . particuSarcs from: G. D. BRIDGLAND, Mullumbimby. P°R SALE, Second-hand CHAFF CUTTER; in excellent condition. Cheap. Apply. Geo. Flood, Mullumbim by Creek. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT ANNUAL FAIR CHURCH OF ENGLAND OCTOBER 16th EMPIRE HALL, MULLUMBIMBY. MISS R. VENN DRESSMAKER. ,1, is commencing business in F. I. Ward's Buildings on Friday, May 1st. jyjULLUMBIMBY YOUNGER SET OLD TIME & JAZZ (One ,and One). TUE...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECRETARY'S REPORT A.I.S. BREEDERS. ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 April 1936

SECRETARY'S REPORT A.I.S. BREEDERS. ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS Mr. Goo. Flood, secrotary of tho Brunswick-Binna Burra Sub-branch of tho A.I.S. Society, reported to the an nual meeting of members hold at Mr. W. H. Dudgeon-'s stud on Wednesday last, that the financial year ended with a credit of £1/4/3, which was £1/4/6 lower than the previous year. Subscrip tions were down 15/- and expenditure up £1/18/6. Tho Sqcretary claimed that the So ciety was doing wonderful ground work for tho A.I.S. Breed and had fully justified its existence. The year just ended, continued the report, wus a very busy one. Four meetings were held in addition to two field days. Meetings were hold at the studs of Mossrs Hayter, Rankin,, Bas sett and at tho Mooball Hotel. One ' field day was held at Mr. .T. J. Hay ter 's stud and tho other at Mr. II. J. Keevers'. Both were vory success ful. Mr. Flood referred to the visit of Mr. Maynard, Editor of tho Live Stock Bulletin, and their tour of in spection of several ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT EXHIBIT SYDNEY ROYAL SHOW. DESIGNER'S REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 April 1936

DISTRICT EXHIBIT SYDNEY ROYAL SHOW. DESIGNER'S REMARKS. Concerning the North Coast and. Tableland's Exhibit at the ' Royal Easter Show, which won the com petition again, and this time with with ai record number of points, the designer (Mr. -Ray Pullinger), spoke in distinct praise of the quality of the materials sent to Sydney for the display. Wine was tliq only product in which tho winning exhibit was not strong, and in the dairy produce section a total of 107* points was gained out of a possiblo of 116 points. ? In foods, stock fodders, wool and general arrangement, the North Coast and Tablelands' Exhibit were out standing, securing more points than the other competitors. 4 Mr. Pullinger recalls that a distin guished American, in company1 witn the Governor and the American Con sul viewed the exhibit and the Am erican declared that h.e had never seen such an effectively arranged dis play of produce in any country in the world. Mr. Pullinger tributes Norco Ltd. for its co-operation ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METHODIST HARVEST FESTIVAL BANGALOW FUNCTION. MARKED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 April 1936

METHODIST HARVEST FESTIVAL BANGALOW FUNCTION. MARKED SUCCESS. . . Tho Methodist Harvest Festival in BangaJow heild last week-end was a great success, and consider able interest , was taken in the ob s.r.ance by Mcithodi^ts throughout the district. At the' morning service, Mr. J. J. Gray, of Eltliam, prcachcd and at the evening ' service, Rov. W. A. Walker I of Clunes, occupied the pulpit. Dur ing the latter, service an anthem was rendered by the Choi, and a duet sung by Mrs. W. S. Grey and Miss Edna Noble. SALE OF GIFTS. On Monday night in tho Tempsoa.ict Hall, the sale of gift3 took pla,: with Mr. Oliver Virtue as the seller. A musical programme was rendered as follows: Mrs. Murphy, violin sold; Mrj. W. S. Grey, vocal solo; Mr. Murpliy, reci tation; Miss Edna Noblo, vocal solo; Dr. Grey, vocal solo. Supper waB served by the ladies and a vote of thanks to those who contri buted to the success of the f'imtion was sponsored by Rev. F. T. Walker.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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FIRE SHED BURNED. LOSS TO BANANA GROWER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 24 April 1936

FIRE ??! I bhe» burned. I LOSS TO BANANA GEOWER. | I A shed on Mr. Lew Williams' banana J plantation at Main Arm, with its com tents, was totally dostroyed by fire on Wednesday morning. Mr. Williams lived in the shed when working oil liis plantation, but spent the previous night at his parents ' j homo, so how tho firo originated is a mystery. The equipment used in working the plantation, a number of banana cases and a ton of fertiliser was destroyed with the shed, means that Mr. Wil liam?' Iosb is & heavy one.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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