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BYRON BAY TALKIES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 1 May 1936
BYRON BAY k TALKIES 'On- Saturday night the Institute will le-operi 'with an excellent presentation. - ''Ginger' feaures Jane Withers and is an., excellent comedy-drama. 'Three on a Honeymoon,' is the supporting attraction and features England's foremost comedian in a pic ture packed with laugns in every o-uyi.. Travol Talk and Cartoon will also bo scrocned. ? On Wednesday next, 'I Live My Life' will bo presented and features Joan Crawford in hor best picture to date. ? ? ... a. jjuj* The story is 'novel, dramatic and uproarously funny, and the loading man is Brian Aheme, famous English actor. ' I.' Live My Life' is sure to please all sections of any audience and should not be missed. . ' 'Take a Chance,' will be also ba presented, being a merry musical, from the Paramount Studios. The Literary Institute Management feel assurod there will now bo no fur ther interruptions of the ' regular screening. J J _i J -?
MOTHERS DAY CONGEST PROGRAMME ARRANGED. METHODIST FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 1 May 1936
MOTHERS DAY ' CONGEST j PROGRAM^ k^A^GED: METHO^DIST/TUNCfiON. Hero is soinothing at last to satisfy the tastes of all,, oven the most critical. On Thursday; May 14tli, in tho School of Arts, 'tho' ladies of tho Methodist. Church will ;be holding their annual '? 'Mothers' Day' poultry tea and con cert.. At the tea, which will be on tha tables at six o 'clock, there will be spread a sumptuous repast, At 8 o'clock a very fine concert pro . gramme will commence, at which our leading local artists .will ;be heard in vocal and instrumental numbers. In addition to this, ' Miss , Cdralie Poolman, of Byron Bay, who is the possessor of: an. -exceptionally fine voice, has kindly consented to assist us. Miss N^rida Browne, of the . same town, will bo seen in some of her de lightful National dances. A nigger minstrel troupe will sing somo of tho ever popular Plantation Melodies, and J a humorous dialogue, entitled 'Miss Honey's Treasure,' will be given by two well-known local artists. We trust ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 1 May 1936
'g©®?! Jesuits ' ^lea^e : ? ? ?.?'; A MAM. ;!B' ' WHEN a farmer has a good crop it pleases - him. It gives a zest to life. Similarly, when a man is a member of thfe A.M.P., and has adequate assurance, it gives him & ! ;m good feeling; his wife a good feeling, too;, they cafc ; * laugh at the future. / The younger a man is -vhen he grasps this truth about A.M. P. membership the happier his later years. Take a certain farmer member of the Society who took out his., first policy, for £500, when he was 34. With , bonuses, - that policy Has grown to £1,228. Hia seccind policy, for £1,000, taken out at 40, has grown, with bonuses, to £2,298. The third, ? for £ 1,000, taken at 44, has grown to £2,176. £5,702 altogether. It*, a lot of money, though it would have been greater' if h-s had ? - , become a member earlier. - These results are not exceptional. Thousands of A.M.P. membeifs , ' are getting them. There are policies to cover every, risk of life, ^ and the Society has £100,000,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 1 May 1936
m Modern Social Conditions my Card evenings, I Your' Eyes b/ Syf examined H|mm Most likely those headaches or eye t»rcdness V°u y&? after lato nights / i»re causcd by faulty vision. / Why not make an appointment at once? II F. W. KIMPTON | I OPTOMETRIST. || Box 40. MULLUMBIMBY. I I 'Phone 58. Nothing Better than a Coffe? and ?Perfect Meat Pie or Toast for a . LIGHT SUPPER, at. . .. A. CAPONAS C A*F E. .. ?s1Kow,I am in tho position to , sat ..jjisfy -your requirements ? of Con- i .....fectionery —150 varieties to select . ? from.,. '...'-.v i ..' !'iij J j. i V. ?; Chocolates, the. best ? only.— Ono j ..jBound Lots, ?, for Saturdays noxjt -*j ..only, at 2/- 11)., usually .sold . n't;. , i ?? -v 3/'' P°r --lb. . -.: !? : i-i -,| Fruit, the choiccst, and . pneos . ! (....right.. :...,? ] Meals, tho best in toivn, from , . 1/6.— -§EK .. GAPONAS FIRST.' i H There is no good reason why [| i B a man should bi a FAILURE — 0 ® there are many reasons why 0 g HE SHOULD BE A SUCCESS ! ...
BOWLS PAIRS COMPETITION. MULLUMBIMBY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 1 May 1936
BOWLS PAIRS COMPETITION. . . - MULLUMBIMB Y CLUB. ? ' The Mullumbimby Bowling Club are holding a Pairs Competition oh Sat urday next, the 2nd May, and the ^following is the draw which has been .made:' FIRST . ROUND. . ' Rink No, 1: Berry and- Stenner v. McNaught and Peoples. Ririk No. 2 : Gentle and Fisher v. Harvey and Coburn. . . .' ''' Rink No. 3: Langley and Hunger ;fprd.yv Ward and Lindsay. Rink No. 4: Barrett and v&lMon' v. Johnson and Arnold. SECOND ROUND. ' ' Rink No. .2: Berry and Stennei; v.'( Ward and Lindsay. Rink No. '3: McNaughV and Peoples v; Barrett - and Gibson. ! ? Rink No. 5 Gentle and Fisher v. | Johnson and Arnold. Rink No. 1: Harvey and Coburn v. Henville and Anderson. Rink N°. 4: Langley and Hunger ford v. Latter and Armbruster. 'THIRD, ROUND. Rink No. -3: Berry and Stenner V. Johnson and Arnold. Rink No., 4: McNaught and Peoples v. Henville and Anderson. ' Rink No. 1: Gentle and Fisher . Latter and Armbruster. Rink No. '5: 'Harvey and Coburn v. Ward a...
CLASH IN SHOW DATES BANGALOW AND TWEED N. COAST ASSOCIATION CONSIDERS POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 1 May 1936
CLASH IN SHOW DATES BANGALOW AND TWEED ! N._ COASr, ASSOCIATION CONSIDERS POSITION A special meeting of . the North Coast Agricultural Societies' Aa ' Stfci&tion' ..was held at -Casino on Tuesday to discuss a recent decision by the Tweed Society to withdraw from tlio Association following'' dissatisfaction over the allocation of spring show dates. The Associ ation- had allotted the. §oclety November 18 ' and. 19, while November' ?x an a v, liiu uli vh which il sougui, were gxveu LU mc uaii^inu IV ety. - '*.* . ' In withdrawing affiliation the Tweed Society announced its: in tention of holding its show on No vember 4 and 5. After, lengthy, discussion on Tuesday, a motion was adopted ask ing tho society to reconsider its witfl4?awal: an^ that' it' confer with Bangalow over 'the show dates arrangement. ^ Mr. F. E. Nichoil (Tweed) stated that that society ' regretted the ? clash will Bangalowi Tho ' original idea at the ; association, meeting was . to stage a 'sequence ot' shows...
FOOTBALL BYRON LEAGUE. FIXTURES FOR SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 1 May 1936
FOOTBALL BYRON LEAGUE. PIZTURES FOE SEASON. The fixtures for Byron Football ' League for tne. Jfn8ea£ camj/eu-^ ? tion, areii- ' . i i Majf' 2nd: Brunswick Surf Club v. j|( Byron Bay j Mullumbimby v. Billi nudeel. May 0th: Mullumbimby y. Bruns wick Surf Clubj Byron Bay;' y. Billi nudgel. ' ?? ? Tne first named club is the ground on which matches will be played. . At the -conclusion of the 'present round another two or three founds Will be played..' j Several inter-district competitions i are- proposed*. particulars of w^ich $ be . announced later. ;?(
WILSON'S CREEK HALL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 1 May 1936
??^?LsaN^-Giusa^'^j HALL OOMMTTTBE. The Wilson's Creek Hall committee held] a. successful five hundred tourna ment in the hall .on the 18th ins t./ the winner of the lady's prize being Miss G. LEngleman and _Mr. R. Torrens .won the gent.'s^ prize, . Mr. J.' Engleman was the M.C. It is tho intention of the committee . to hold a series of these. tournaments( ' P. AND 0. ASSN. ' The usual quarterly meeting of the Wilson's Creek P. and C. Association was held in the ^Wilson's Creek hall The President (Mr. A. McLennan) presided over a good attendaiice' of members. The Department of Education came in for some criticism. In the corres pondence a letter was. received from the department stating that owing tfr shorage fo funds, they could'' not place a map in the- school. Howevery the Association dccidcd to purchase one out of their o.wn funds' for use in the aehool. ' It was arranged that Empire Day picnic be held in Mr, J. Learmont's paddock and that a -social be held'-'-at an early date. ...
BROKEN HEAD SCHOOL P. AND C. ASSN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 1 May 1936
BROKEN HEAR SCHOOL ? P. AND.C. ASSN. . . At the annual meeting of the' Bro* Ken Head Parents and Citizens' As- f:| sociation, officers elected .were;.' Presid- 4 ent, Mr. P. Hannigan; secretary, A. ' Ureber; treasurer, Mrs. J. Bennett. It was decided to hold the-.'Einpire Day picnic, and that the . children* will do the collecting, as in former- years,, it being stated that their efforts, were very successful in the past* Mr. L.- Mills will bp asked to . judge'! the Empire Day essays for boysj. and Mrs. T. Dundas the girls' essays. Cr» T. Armstrong and Mr. S. Smith will be asked to addreaa. the children prior to the children's sports. A special in vitation will be sent to Mr.. J. Wright (Byron Bay) to be present/ as he has been known as the 'children's . best friend' in. past years, ... !
SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 1 May 1936
:? v K8T?N0PSIS . OP PREVIOUS - i -1 - CHAPTERS. Chapters I and. II: At - tho house of 6ir-- .-/William ^Sakenliam, 'the Foreign ' Spcrot'ary,'- Devlin Mallory 'and Arthur Winaas meet. Devlin, known as 'De- vil ^Mallory and Arthur, whose .nick-, name is 'Whiny Ann/' have made many adventures together, and it was . whilst Devlin was returning, from Soiitli Africa that he met Lady Maur een , -Dark-wood, Sir William 's niece who is also present, -with her is ner step- I _sister, Rose Tilden. Though dependent ?upoii -.Lady- Maureen, ghe is jealous of her beauty-;and wealth. Princess Alexa' Borissovna, a. Society journalist, tries to obtain an invitation to Sir Wil liam's house for her nephew, Prince Pidor Akelarii. She is anxious to sell a diamond, necklace which she wishes himj to .show to .- Devlin, who is an au thority on jewels. Lady Sakenham tactfully 'turns her down.' During the i evonnigy . Devlin tells^ Lady Maur- ' /eenjthat he .lo.v.es: her, but, though ad- ; mitfiiig that she...
TO VISIT MULLUMBIMBY [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 5 May 1936
TO' VISIT MULLUMBIMBY The President of the Board of Fire Cviuniissioncrs, and his colleagues, will visit Mullumbimby 011 Tuesday next, 12th inst. The visitors have indicated their desire to meet members of the Muni cipal Council 011 that occasion, and it was deckled by the council last even ing that the Mayor and Town Clerk together with other aldermen, meet the Commissioners and discuss mat ters of mutual interest.
LEAF FALL NOW PREVALENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 5 May 1936
LEAF FALL NOW PREVALENT. f 'Leaf Fall in bananas is prevalent throughout the Brunswick Zone,' stat ed Mr. 1?. W. Norris, Inspector for Zone 5, yesterday. He added that the trouble was occurring mainly in grass land and he would advise growers to fertilise how so as to prevent the com plaint spreading. Air. Morris explained that the pres ont period of the year was the time wnen leaf fall became troublesome and growers should make every en deavour to keep it under control.
GOLF TEAMS MATCH. MULLUMBIMBY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 5 May 1936
GOLF TEAMS MATCH. MULLUMBIMBY CLUB. Visitors from1 Bangalow, Byron Bay and Brunswick Heads, in ad attendanco on Mullumbimby links di.ion to local playeers, made the over the week-end tho largest to dajte this season. On Sunday, teams led by tho cap tain, Mr. II. Hungerford, and the president, Mr. C. S. Inch, played a match, which was won by the presid ent's team, b.y 5J games to 2J. The individual matches wero decided, in sumo instances, on the laat green. Details (president's . t'jam mention ed first): W, G. Farrar 1 v. K. Moyes 0. C. S. Inch 1 v. A. II. Bartlett 1. T. E. Duffy l . II. Hungerford 1. W. T. Walker 1 v. L. Mackenzio 0. G, Lindsay 0 v. G. Mallam 1. A. McKee 1 v. K. Uptin 0. G. Hammond 1 v. II. J. Fisher 0. A, 11. Torrcns 1 v. C. Stach 0. ?An 18-lioles stroke competition, run in conjunction, was woij by W. G. Farrar, 74-8-66, with K. Uptin, 8019 67, next in lino. Leading cards in an associates' 9 holes stroke competition were: Mrs. Farrar ? ? ? 47 12 35 Mrs. Gibson .......
MULLUM v. 'NUDGEL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 5 May 1936
MULLUM v. 'NUDGEL. This game was opon and enterpris ing and each team threw tho bali about well, with the visitors providing tho highlights of the game. 'Nudgel was a trifle unlucky not to win, as they gave Mullum a roal les son in how to pass tho ball. Tho game waa interesting fhrouglinnt as tho final scores show: Mullumbim by 8, Billinudgel 6. For the winners, A. Kiltoy, try an 1 goal and F. Fislior, try. For Billiuudgol, Walhvovk and Fir roll, tries. Plater, Fox, Gai'dii)*-, Kilroy itul ? Walkor were' tlio pick of tho loci's and Boylo brothers and Warren did the lion's .'hare for Billin'idgcl, Ifr. C. Plater reforoed.
FOOTBALL SURF CLUB AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 5 May 1936
FOOTBALL SURF CLUB AHEAD. By their defeat of Byron Bay on Saturday, the Brunswick Surf Olub have gone to the lead in the Byron League Competition, having played their two opening games undefeated. . .This match was played at Byron iay, and the other attraction, Mul lumbimby v. Billinudgel, played on tho local ground, was al hard i ought, matca witn ine locax emerg ing victors with the scores very close. In the match between the two sea side combinatione, the home team could not field a full team, and even then put up a good effort, with only eleven men. After leading 5-3 at the interval, the Surfers got going early in tho second 'half, and with B3T011 Bay anothor man short, did what they wanted for tho most part. Dogged defence by Walsh, Ryan and Jonos, prevented a debacle and Crooks was tho main attacker. Minchiuton was again tlio best for ward and Phillips and Moss went woll aa did Korscli. Sullivan acquitted him self creditably, marking Crooks. n Scores: Surfers 18, Byron Bay 3. ...
THE POCKET PARENTS AND CITIZENS' [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 5 May 1936
THE POCKET PARENTS AND CITIZENS' The usual . monthly meeting of thj above took place in the school room on Friday night last, and tlvjrs was a good attendance of members, ?s Those present included tessrs Wall T- Wnllfnr *M\ V.vfllls. A. Es ?trcich, J. Kennedy, C. Godbee, D. Campbell, A. Stockdale, J. Garrard, Rankin, and the secretary (Mr. E. Wan-en). An apology was received 'from Mr. Peck. '? In tho absence of tlie president (Mr Piffi) the chair was taken by Mr. Wallwoik, vice-Fresident. Correspondence included a letter from the Hall committee inviting the Association to send delegates to a meeting to discuss the forthcoming district sports. The mooting appointed Messrs Wall work, Warren and Rankin to confer with the Hall representatives. A communication was received from the district Insp.ctor, offering a man ual training bonch to the school. This was accepted and the teacher was in structed to write and secure same. The action of the. secretary in paying the freight on a parcel f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 5 May 1936
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