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MAIN ARM [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
MAIN ARM A very sueccasful social and 500 tourney .was hold in Main Arm hall on Thursday last, in aid of Main Arm Tennis Club. . A largo crowd of tennis club sup porters woro present. Mrs. Stowart's orchestra sutmliod excellent music- for the dancers. During tho evening, Mrs. Watt and ?partner' won~ a 'novelty w«.ltz. Tho 500 tourney was evonly and keenly contested, thoro being several plfiy offs, , beforo Mr. and Mrs. H. Bailey annexed tho prizu.
WHO'S WHO [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
V WHO S WHO I i Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Slirubb, of ivCarlyle Street, who snout their annual vacation on a motor tour of the -North havo returned homo! Miss Flo Egan, of Marvel Street, Byron Bay, who has been spending - hor annual .vacation, lips-.. resumed .du ties..' '? ; : ; | Miss Mary Morris, of the Byron | . Guest House, Byron Buy, spent, the weok-ond with her parents in Lismoro. Mr.' Jack Thickett, of Byron Bay, i wiis' the guest of the Misses' Arndell, j Bangalow, for the Younger Set dance on Monday last. ? | Master Ray McDonald, who sustain ed nasty injuries to his finger some i weeks ago, bus ngw resumed duties. | Mr. Allan Mudgo, of Mullumbimby was among tho many visitors to the Bangalow Younger Set dance. I Mr. and Mi-k. Tom Oarr, of the Postal Dept., Crookwell, aro spending a vacation with Mr. Cnrr's motlior, Mrs. F. Shrubb. Mrs. Carr will bo re membered aj Miss Tholnrn Shrubb/
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
| PERSONAL j Having recently undergone a serious operation at private hospital in Manly, Mrs. Roland Green, wife of the Fed- nil Member for Richmond, is now reported to be' making satisfact ory progress. Detective B. IC. Biilnie, of C.I.B., Bri bane, with liis wife and son, also 'M*». 1? 4 'nf Wnn/lni COM nre visiting their sister, Mrs. W. Mr nn, Everitt's Hill Service Station, near Mullumbmiby. The visitors are' pr a ly impressed - with Brunswick Heads and are thoroughly enjoying the Us! ing. j. ! & j? | BANGALOW. Mr. Max Soiling, manager . of ...tlie Comme.cial Bank, Bangalow, and Mrs SJliiig, v.'ill spend tlioir annual holi days at Lord Howe Island. They will le vo fcr Sydney on -Saturday by the Wolnigbar and on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Soiling Will sail from Sydney by the Morinda. Mr. and Mrs. G. 'Prior have return ed li me after attending the Grafton Show.
BYRON BAY IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE ALLOCATION OF MONEY NOT ACCEPTABLE. SHIRE ENGINEER AND MR. DENNING TO CONFER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
BYRON BAY IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE ALLOCATION OF MONEY NOT ACCEPTABLE. SII1RE ENGINEER AND MR, DENNING TO CONFER. M.r B. C. Bannister, Secrotarj- of the Byron Bay and District Improve ment Association, advised Byron Shire Council on Tuesday last that his com mittee was not satisfied with the al 1npnt.ini, rtf tin. £4000 ni'niinsprl l.n bp raised by loan and grant, as very little of tho Association's original scheme, was included outside the mat tor of streets. There was insufficient money allocated for town bcautifica tion; water supply for the camping grounds, and other matters. It was felt the committee should have been ' consulted before, the original pro gramme was departed ifrom. Mr. M. Smith, Siiiro Engineer, said that provision had been made for tho requirements as set out by the Asso ciation. He was prepared to meet the representatives of the Association and discuss with them tho details of the allocation. It ivaa dceided that the Engineer confer will the President of tho As so...
The Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
T;.c Salvation Army. ' Friday, 7.30 p.m.: Opon air. Saturday, 7.15 p.m. Open Air; Pray »r Meeting 8 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness moeting; 7.30 p. in., Salvation moeting. Tuesday, 3 p.m., Homo League, . Meeting for Women only. Sunday School, - Mullumbimby 2.30 D.m.; Wilson's Creek, 2.30 p.m. Main Arm 2.30 p.m. i A. W. Palmer, Captaii.
LOCAL & GENERAL SHIRE CARTING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
LOCAL & GENERAL SHIRE CABiTING. , J/ Foster applied to Byron Siiiro Council .on- Tuesday last for a share in' the Council's' carting! Cr. R. E. Walker (Shire President) considered, iii view of tho fact that Mr. Foster was a ratepayer and re sident of Byron Bay, lie should be given a sliaro of tlio council 's ' busi ness, providing . he was able to carry out the work according to the. wishes of the Engineer. Cr. Snow moved that . Mr! Foster be; eivon a trial iu liic turn. fir. flrink aon nded and the motion was carried. . TREE PLANTING AT BYRON BAY. Byron Shire Council on Tuesday last docided not to approve of the. Town Improvement Association's proposal to plant leanders on both sides of Jon son Street. At present arrangements havo beon made for the planting of trees along the railway side of the street, but the council considred it would be advisable to wait and see how the plants grew before undertak ing the cost of further work of this kind iu the locality.
PROTEST LODGED ENDEAVOUR TO STIFLE BYRON BAY PROGRESS. COUNCIL MERELY "RECEIVES" DOCUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
PROTEST LODGED ENDEAVOUR TO STIFLE BYRON BAY PROGRESS. COUNCIL 'MERELY'. REOEiIVEiS 1' . ' DOCUMENT. Exactly 100 residents, of ; Byron Bay pou-cioued tne- : Council on Tutsaay lajt to qajr.-fully consider tue p.opo.als siffcmitted by the Town, Improvement Association bsiore they are put into operation. The protege reads: 'Wie, tlio' undersigned, ratepayers within the urban area of Byron Bay hereby' protest against certain of the proposed jmprovements to tlio town and foresiiores hereinafter enumerat eu, uemg encertaineu Dy your council on the following grounds: 'In the first p.ace, tlio recentiy formed Byron Bay and District Im provement Association is not a rate payers Association. At the inaugural meeting, ratepayers and nonratepay ers alike were privileged to vote on all proposals submitted by way . of suggested improvements.' All persons presont at such meeting were also al lowed a voice in the selection of an executive .committee. The latter body i3 composed of some ratepayers,...
ST. PAUL'S GUILD BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
ST. PAULS GUILD BYRON BAY. Tho May meeting of the Byron Bay Anglican Women's, Guild was held on tho 1st inst. '? Tho Rector (Canon Gerry) said tho Guild office, and the lion. sec. (Mrs. Choirs) read the minutes of tho pre vious meeting. The hon. treas. (Mrs. Al'cLonnnan.) reported on tlio Guild's :- lunds. It was' decided to hold a ssries ? ot dances this year in placo of the usual bail, and the first one is to bo hold on Monday, 1st June; the G.F.S. co operating. ' - - i ? Tho President (Mrs.- Craig) brought ? a fine coilection of 'fancy work. «from ?the city .which was donated by her to tho GurUl. These' articles aro to be worked by the members for tho baz aar in the spring. J The ' bridge evening last' .month . which, had to bo. cancelli.l on account ! of the weather,.-, is ; to be/ hold :about : tho middle of : Juno ? ; 1 It was arranged to roll bandages ] for a Mission Hospital at i the next meeting...:- -? i . I Mrs. Walker, volunteered ..♦?- join I tho committee of ladies who...
AN ODE TO MOTHER [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
AN ODE TO MOTHER '^In all the world, the friend most ? ? tiuo, . | ? The. one you KNOW will stick to '? 1 you, . . i is Mother! . . She's kind and bravo and wise and ..true',- ... Why boy, 'she 'thinks the world of ' J'ou, Does Mother. I ? -Thro.' all, .your. life you've been her pride,. . Tho' EoTnetimes' p'raps she tanned -,! .; your, hide, , | Oh ' Mother 1 ; ? ? iSlie' knows what's' bad; she know's ... 'what's- good, ? 'And jtiiit like all good mothors should She shops' -at' BRYERS!
BYRON BAY YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
BYRON BAY YOUNGER SET Tlio usual monthly meeting of 1 Byron Bay Younger Set was held in the Litoraiy Institute on Tues- ' , ,diy nighit last. - Tho main 'objccfi for discussion be- 1 ing the next effort by the ? Younger Sex. It was decided that as the Lit erary- ''Institute renovations will bo comp'eted and tho hall declared open for .public entertainment on tlie ^otn Mav, \ thss Set have a grand opening ni. iit .on yiat date. ? ? JT.'o dauce will take tho form of a 'Hollywood Party' and many novel - en'e'rtalumcnts* --bave«vbeen. . suggested. , - As a sp:cial' attraction it was. decid ed to offer a guinea prize for tho per son showing most resomblance to any : film. . star. I i It' was further decided tliat Adam son 's-: orchestra bo engaged and that ?the prices be fixed at 2/6, and pro cb ds to be - divided between Lismore' Bas1. Hospital -lind-. Ambulance. ??
AT LAST OPENING OF LITERARY INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
AT LAST ? ' OPENING OF LITERARY INSTITUTE ? . ,.Thj public generally will bo ! ploaied to learn that at last we ? 1-ave a definite .date for the com : pleitition of the renovations to tho Literary Institute. .-; During tho courso of this work, all ; pvblicvtunctions were at a standstill and . tlie ; members of various danco comniitteos have been ail liet up at . UU1U(} iii .1 l/uoitiu' 'V I i tho. dancing season as usual. We 'un-' derstand that on the 25th May, every thing-', will be completed and a big 'surprise is in store for tho public when they view the improvements to tho '.Institute. i By roil Bay Younger Set have shown their usual keenness to hand the pub lic a . surprise and have booked the hall for the opening night, wlion they are -staging a 'Hollywood Party.' You may have been to lots of other parties but novel- a Hollywood Party, so just try this one and you'll never misg another. ? ' i ? ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
MISS R. VENN DRESSMAKER. is commencing business iu F. I. Ward's Buildings on Friday, May lBt. ? ? I MISS NERIDA BROWNE BYRON BAY. Teacher of Too, Tap, National and Ballet Dancing Visits Mullumbimby Every Saturday. 'PHONE 45, BYRON BAY. MAXWELL EYLES I SOLICITOR . MULLUMBIMBY. 'Phone 62. . ? ; '-yj'.;' Consultations by Appointment. MR. P. STREET SOLICITOR may be consulted daily at his office. JOHNSON-STREET, BYRON BAY. STThosE f.i.s.(n.s~w7) REGISTERED LAND AND ENGINEERING^ SURVEYOR A.M.P. CHAMBERS. LISMORE. PHONE 59 BOX 111b. B. C. BANNISTER & Co! AUCTIONEERS PHONE : BYRON BAY 121. For Building Sites, Houses, Farm Properties, Etc. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED. Your roquirementB gladly attend ed to. T. A. BROWNE, M.P.S. CHEMIST PRESCRIPTIONS DISPENSED P. O. BOX C. HUNGERFORD & HUNGER FORD SOLICITORS MULLUMBIMBY VISITS BYRON BAY 3VERY THURSDAY
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936
MILK & CREAM For Pure Milk and Creaip, BUY FROM ... HARRIS& POLLOCK Who doliver Twice Daily in Byron Bay. There's no T.B. or Mammitis in thoir Herd. 'IT IS THE BEST BY TEST' HERB. ANDREW BYRON BAY. FOR Tennis Racquots and Re-string&..' Qt.ttr 50. , new racquots to ohooe# txdVk at Standard Prices. Boots, Shoes and Harness repaired. Harness and all classes of Footwear ?? in Stock. . - ? Get it down at Bryors' or got 'hit up' elsewhere. ft . MeSful service' ?^TRAVELLERS If you contemplate a visit either abroad or within . ? ^ Australia, the Dank of New South Wales Travel Department can smooth the way for you. ? This Department of the Bank arranges world and local tours, makes bookings and reservations . for travel by sea, land and air, secures accommodation, ? . : advises on Income Tax clearances and passports, : and arranges baggage insurance. - . The Traveller thus starts out with every detail ol i' , , the tour arranged in advance and is supplied, with J . - ...