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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

Listen To a STROMBERG CARLSON RADIO THERE IS : NOTHING FINER 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. I ; REMARKABLE PROOF. Tlie teacher stood before, tho class, \ (A .man of- great, attraction). He said, 'Now boys, cut: out tho, noise and define .-'satisfaction. ' Tlio answer came, both loud and. strong From thirty-fivo suppliers: .'. : .? Please sir,'Vthey said, '.'It's what you got ? ? ,... - When you buy your goods at Bryers'. '? VM BARNES Car Painter Trimmer BANGALOW DUCO - SPRAY - PAINTING; : ROLLER BLINDS. .CAR HOODS. CURTAINS REPAIRS WHILE YOU WAIT. PHONE 22, BANGALOW. FOSTER'S ESPLANADE CAFE BYRON BAY . RIGHT Off THE BEACH for Hot and Cold Meals at all Hours. Light Refreshments. Peter's Delicacies ani Two-in-one always on hand. Hot Water. Costumes for Hire. L. G. ^ WRIGHT CARRIER, BYRON BAY. We will deliver 34. to G vard loads of Flick Bros. HAILSTONE ...

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 — 8 May 1936

. .. -u s e - Our ? ' . . IfLAITSC ' Ltibrieatmg Oil ; . T«/«.-p@r, Gallon t' at ' \PooImans Garage i, 1 ? ? ? ? FOR HOT. AND COLD LUNCHEONS ? DINE AT . MISS WARD S REFRESHMENT ROOMS ' ? BYRON BAY FRUIT, CONFECTIONARY, PETERS ICE CREAM, TWO-IN-ONES. 't ? ? MEA'LS AT ALL HOURS. j .- - ? ? NORCO SMALL GO.vDS ALWAYS ON HAND. ; 'PHONE; BYRON BAY 38 ;; GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL } BYRON BAY ; ? :i( ... : ' : . ? ? J ? UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. ?: - v.. , , TOURISTS CATERED FOR .ONEYBEST BRANDS OP SPIRITS, WINES and LIQUORS STOCKED Have your 'Spot' at tho Great Northern Hdtcl;' F H. F. KEALY wn-t* . 'PHONE: BYRON BAY -1. i .VI'.;' B. REILLY BAKER I ? ^ ,, ... f: / J ? fc . v. .- i* JOHNSON STREET1 ' - 'i; ' BYRON 'BAY j P.O. BOX 16. PHONE: BYRON BAY, 42. f OUR VANS DELIVER TO ALL . P ARTS OF THE DISTRICT. I ; } j ph;one and we 'vtill call. BYRON BAY NEWSAGENCY ; Mothers' Day 10th May LARGE ASSORTMENT OP MOTHERS' DAY CARDS AND PRESENTS. , ; . -8. A.VELLI8 PIER HOTEL - BYRON BAY For . Good Accommodat...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TUNG OIL TREES OF COORABELL VALUABLE INDUSTRY FOR NORTH COAST EXCLUSIVE ARTICLE FOR "STAR-ADVOCATE" [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

THE TUNG Oil TREES OF COORABHl ' V ? ? i ^ ? 1 . i /? ? VALUABLE INDUSTRY FOR NORTH COAST ; EXCLUSIVE ARTICLE FOR 1 'STAR- ADVOCATE' ' ^Z5,?„i®Xl,eiimontal c'ult'vation of the ltrrfi?' gr°,Wn tr es of ' Aleurites Tunr mW ^ 1,88 ShoWn th*t tho Tung oil from the fruit of these trees -l»'lUy and eomraor. tionf g 'S ° Chi,la !mPort'i I A few years ago thousands of trees wore plantod on t':o Johnstone River Queensland, and - havo com™™,! more than favourably with trees growing m other parts of the world. ihe trees growing in Queensland are thriving in latitude 17 , degrees s )uth, miles from tho Pacific coast at an altitude of about 400',, feet or less, where the rainfall averages 145 inches. ' - Pennant Hill- near Hornaby on the northorn line N.S.W. and other localities, , experimental plantations l ave been successfully established. ?Economic chemists- are convinced from results, that the time is now op portune for the establishment of the industry in the Commonwealth. In Great Britain...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DIAMOND CODE PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

? — - — . . f TM'M diamond code 1 I ; ;? i By MRS. A. M.; WILLIAMSON, ' -i Finely-blijndcd, Story of. Love, Adventure and Intrigue. Author lof 'Hor Silence,.'.' ''The' Perfume of EvV' ' 'Behind ; ' if ?tu'Jiniiuff'Lur Double Doors, ' Etc. . ' . . r -i' ? ?'. . ' ? ' . ? V , .ri - w ; ?- PEINOIPAL ? CHARACTERS. SIR, ?? WILI/I AM SAKEN1IAM: Foreign Secretary. . ? ' ; TjApi MAUREEN DARKWOOD: His niece- lovely, popular and rich. ? ROSE TILDEN: Lady Maureen 'a stepsister. Sho is slightly . deformed and ! . h'er'-'dofeet has soured her. ?*? . ' ' '. ,DE\'LI^. JIjtiiLbRi : Better known as 'Devil' Mallory: a globe-trotter and*. aff 'ex-TScc-ret' Service man. '? ' ' ^'BTHUR JINAN'S: War correspondent of, a famous' newspaper.- an ex Secfet Servico man. also and Mallory 'a chum.,L-.. -; - : , ' ?6ft ?A®I'PTTA. GLENOVA: A beautiful Polish dancer and a spy. ? . ? GmS^^^B^LLONi: An impoverished Italian nobleman: in love' with -IN LOVE. ' , ' The' girl dared not peep, but. the 1 The. girl felt phy...

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 — 8 May 1936

Shop at the shop, with tho' stoffiitf ' truo. 'Wise buyers patroni&'Br/e'ite Diy yuut ? ;

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£32 PROFIT "FRIVOLOUS FROLICS" [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

£32 PROFIT 'FRIVOLOUS FROLICS' By salo of tickets- and door receipts £42/15/. To materials for costumes £2/13/-'; Printing and advertising, £2/15/6 ; Cosmetic, 9/-; Hire of Costumes and sketches 15/-; Materials for decorat ing, 7/6; Music purchased, 9/-; Light ing, 10/-; Sign writing, 10/-; Wages, 10/-; Balance, £32/0/8.--Balance, £42/ 15/.,

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Outstanding Performance THE FRIVOLOUS FROLICS RECORD ATTENDANCE [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

Outstanding Performance ... THE FRIVOLOUS FROLICS RECORD ATTENDANCE Curtain rise at thei School of Afta, MJulltunbdmby, ton Tuesday night for tho 'Frivolous Frolics' Revue, saw t!:o hall. packed to caip Wcity and tho attendancs Is considered a record for Mullumbimby. All seatts were taken and every available .chair and seat having been commissioned, It waa necessary for the ushers to permit standing in the aisles and at the entrance of the .bui'ding. It is said that never in the history of amateur tlicatricalism in Mullumbimby has there been such an attendance1 .and such an ap prociativeo audience It was a fitting tribute to the work i of the co-producers, Mesdamos N. Stewart and W. E. Smith, and the en tire cast of tho production, all of whom had worked assiduously for tho success of the entortainment, the net proceods of which havo been devoted to tho funds of tho Memorial School of Arts. CONTIUENCY. A pleasing aspect of the Revue, to the patron's point of view was tho continuency...

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 — 8 May 1936

, J^OST, Gont's Brown Sleeveless I Sweater. Reward. J. P. Walker. £350. Good Six-roomed HOUSE, * on Main Road. Vnluablo posi tion. Byron Bay. Apply B. C. Bannift ter and Co,, Austionecrs, Byron Bay. ?SCHOOL OF ARTS, BILLINUDGEL. CATHOLKJ PAROCHIAXa BALL. 13th AND 14th. MAY. BARNEY BYRNES' ORCHESTRA. N, Devereux and J. Mcifcerrow, Hon. Sees MOTHER S' DAY, POULTRY TEA & CONCERT School of Arts, Mullumbimby THURSDAY, MAY 14th Miss J. Mortimer, Hon. Sec. J5JPRING Cart and Harness; Bplendid 1 order. Solid wheels, £7. B. C. Bannister and Co., Byron Bay. A~ GRAND' SOCIAL BRUNSWICK HEADS HALL MONDAY, 18tli MAY Proceods to Lismore Hospital and Ambulance. Adamson's Orchestra, Tickets '/-? Hot Cocktail Supper. Mrs. A. Lofts and F. McMahon, Joint Hon. Sees. QUANTITY Store Pigs, 3 months, j Good quality, cheap. B. C. Ban nister and Co., Auctioneers, Byron Bay. jyjULLUMBIMBY YOUNGER SET OLD TIME & JAZZ TUESDAY, MAY 12th Proceeds to Agricultural Society. DAVE 0 'SHEA 'S MUSIC. Ticke...

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 — 8 May 1936

ifit BYRON BAY LITERARY INSTITUTE . . ' PICTURES SATURDAY, MAY 9th. SATURDAY, MAY 9th. 'CHARLIE CHAN^IN EGYPT' WARNER- OLAND, PAT PATERSON and STEPIN FETCHIT. , - ? ' and 'TAKE A CHANCE'' JAMES DUNN, JUNE KNIGHT, CLIFF EDWARDS and LILLIAN ROTH In the happiest Musical Comedy of tho year. 'PIRATE PARTY ON OATALINAISLE' — Revue In Color. 'THE PLYING MOUSE' -~ Cartoon in Color. . ' WEDNESDAY, MAY 13th. 'THE GOV' NOP'' ' V :v GEORGE ARLISS, GENE GERRARD arid VIOLET KEATS. ~ and . 'THE RENEGADE OP THE WEST* Colo;ful Story of tho West, _ ' ' : — - ? BANGALOW TALKIES SATURDAY, 9th MAY. . SATURDAY, 9th MAY, , 'I LIVE MY LIFE' JOAN CRAWFORD and BRIAN AHERNE. . '' HELEN GAHAGAN - 'GREAT KING PASSES'--- Special. .!-? ?,%? ? '? , : VANCOUVER — Travelogue in Colour. . ^NEWS, GAZETTE, ? ' COMING: Ma- 16th, 'Hot Tip'; May 23rd, 'On The Air';; May 30th,. f Hooray Por Love*'; June 6tu, 'Tlio Bishop Misbehaves. 99 b Travel First Class TO SYDNEY S.S. WOLLONGBAR DEPARTS FROM BYRON BAY EVER Y SATURDAY S,...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROAD MATTERS IN BYRON SHIRE. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

ROAD MATTERS ' , , IN BYBON BH2RE. ?ENGINEER'S REPORT. : Tliej Shire.- Engineer (Mr. M. Smith) riportejl; as^fdilpw^ to the 'meeting- of Bj^ron' Shire ;orf. Tuesday. last:--v; ' ? As instructed 1' liave inspected the road ..frp'tn..'La.verty,'s Gap to Huon bfodkj.lwith a view io cutting- back c'u'i ve's Cand; iputting : in-: more concrete p.p'e cUlvdrts;' The most urgent is the curve., near Mf.''Sigley/s;. -this'Vcifrye' is very sharp at tlip presont time, and with, the tim ber t.iaffic..*now on the road, is danger ous. Also a 12in. pipe culvert is re quired niar this curve to carry tho water from the road loading into the farm. Estimated cost; : cutting ' down and benching bank, £25; culvert £7/10 total,' £3'2;i0/-; ' .1 I would ask the council for instruc tions as*, to the a:mouht suggested to be: spent'-, on tUepe'; works. Tho amount allocated for '.the road length is £290. I Tlie, proposed extension of Park-St. ! from Mullumb'imbi Street to the sea iwall, is- not a ;big item, bu...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TYAGARAH DRAINAGE ENTERPRISING SCHEME BY LAND OWNERS SHIRE COUNCIL CO-OPERATES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

-- TYAGARAH DRAMt;: :''; 1v'^'ec#erprising' scheme .by t b ? :: ^itAND-'^WNERS ; ShMe COUNCIL CO OPERATES Land owners at Tya'garab submitted a very enterprlslrg scheme, ?to Byron Siitrc Oouncll on 'Tuesday ;last -for th-;'. .effective drainage of low-iying lands on the eastern side - t the rallwiaiy Une. The proposal la ono which concrns about 14 property owners and Involves each' In a cost of £i0, tog-thcr with m»lntainanc# costs for (Ave years. - It -is - proposed' ? to clean ' out the | drain from Tyagarah railway station to tho south arm of the Brunswick River and to keep tlie -drain; clean so as to allow all flood 'waters to get away promptly. When the scheme waB placed before the council aalcing ifor a contribution - of £10, Cr. J'. W . Banner romarked that the proposal was a co-operativc ono on the part of the property own ers iujd the council should encourage it. Although the council was not dir cctly responsible for the- work to be undertaken, it., -should assist in such a ...

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 — 8 May 1936

INfSUBE WITH AN AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. BANKERS & TRADERS INSURANCE £OMPANY ? Fire - Marine - Accident WORKERS' COMPENSATION A SPECIALITY Lowest Current Hates. Prompt aiid Liberal Claim Settlements, . UNDOUBTED SECUEITY. _ SUPPORT Tins AUSTRALIAN COMPANY.' , J. M. FLINT ~ LOCAL AGENT - P.O; BOX 3. TELEPHONE- 26. Travel Service A COMMONWEALTH Savings Bank pass-book disposes of all themoney worries that usually' trouble the arevellcr. ? ?? . .. . .. Money can' be transferred to. any point, and withdrawn or depositod at any one of the Bank's 4,000 Branches and Agencies . without cost. Ensure tho utmost convenience and safety by travelling, -not with o dangerously large amount of money in your poeket, but with just your pass book to see- you through.. ? tenoMaltbSwmrt , Guaranteed by the' Commonwealth Government. SPllj '^IT ^ARhfS. BA&BNKS POWDER ** * v : 'BANANA GROWERS © ? ? ? Consign your- Sydney fruit to tying Sang No. 21, tho firm with the great est outlet; 4000 cases w...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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PLANS APPROVED BRUNSWICK BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

PLANS APPROVED BRUNSWICK BRIDGE. The Shire, oiark (Mr. R. Erownell) ? advised Councillors on , Tujsdily lost' 'thalt the Department ' had approved, of the plans and spe . cification's of the , bridge to span 'South Arm at Bninstfck Heads. , T.liig information' was mado avail able in' reply to a question, by Cr. Ban ? ? iler. ? I The Sliiro President,. Mr. B» E.' Walker, said residents ' of Brunswick Heads- were becoming ?' anxious and wanted- to' know, if' anything definite was known- concerning the proposal. : Mr. Brewnell explained that tho pa pers wero ready and all. that was need ed was tho Minister '8 approval for the money to be made available.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOOD FISHING [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

GOOD FISHING For some ycars past numerous mem bors of N.S.W. Railways liavo been boosters for Brunswick Heads as en ideal seaside resort to sp nd a holiday. At present on holidays at the Heads is a team fri m Mortdalc— and wliac a time they arc having! 'Suffolk' O'SullivaH has done a good deal of trout, lishing in uis time, but lie avers that the blackfish, flat head and whit ing art on their own. Ho is backed up in his statement by 'Skinny' Jones, 'Hoppy' King, 'Howdy' Givborson, 'Fireman' Tye aud 'Darky' Ball, tho lattor, however, having a 'little on' his pals with ilia specially prepared worm bait. Their best effort to date is a catch of close on 40 flathcad; and blackfish, well, to use their own expression, 'its like taking corn from a blind parrot.' Still, Billy King sees that there isn't any fish left in the pan! 'Suffolk' i lias been included in tho party for a J purpose, says 'Darky'— when -tho tide is out, his mates push hint over board, with the ersult: there is plenty of ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

GOLF V/ith the mixed foursomes and teams match ov. r, both members and associ ates will turn their atte ition to stroke compeitions, this w..ek-end» Enthusiasm is at a high pitch at preaont and with tlie approaching club ; championship, players will need to produce their best form to gaiu & place amongst tno nrst eigne. The fairways mower is again in ac- ? tion and the course is in splendid con dition, so wo look with confidence to further reduction of handicaps. Players aro asked to read carefully th e. notices which arq placed on tho Notice Board from timo to timo and so assist the coinmitee ill the smooth running of tho club. The secretary (Mr. Mackenzie) will be pleased to arrange for a try-out for .intending members at any time, and has asked us to m^ke this fact known to tho public.

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 — 8 May 1936

? -^9i — ? Repair Yjoiffi Broken lenses must be replaced with accuracy, and only a .^killed optometrist can do that/ for ? you. Should t you need, new .nitps, -nrpis : jr. or owe -Work ^'and' chi^ ? ? prices \yill, sujt you., .? -, 'H 3 RWiKi^W^I Sg OPTOMETRIST Eg Hg , Bpx (10, MULLUMBIMBY. E§ B -W- ?' Vhtmi SB. * B ?*:''' ---n - .... ).. . ?'- v '' ? . ..;? .. ... r? ?, ?; rr ? . ? .?Nothiifg'Bettec than a, Coffuj and. . Perfect -.Meut Pie or Toast, for;., a. t. . --IrIGHT-:SUPPBB,. at : A. GAPONAS ' 1 , CASE ? - - .No W' I-finr in. the .position -to.- sal-... . ? ?.ki-.MrfJi ypur requirements * ol .. Con- .- . r ???: ^fecfiovcry'V-loO'variotics to select: , ? -£roin.v ? ? ,:tj. ? ?- ?v..' ? !;V*Chti'cdlates,-'tliO' best': only.-.*On»-- ?-» ' ''-fooilhd' Lots,' for Saturday-/ ftBS(t t '.%i 'Vi»P$}'--vk-4/- usually sold- at t l.V8/-;jj-er lb. ??? y. - ? ?? -Fruity tile ' ch'oiccst, ' ' and ' 'pnSc's'. r ?' Meals; the. best in town,' from v -j ;. . CAPONAS FIRST. ? ., flllllfl - pf T...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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COORABELL RESULTS OF WEEKLY SCHOOL TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

COORABELL RESULTS OF WEEKLY SCHOOL TESTS. ... In the tests, held ou Friday, 24th April, 1936, the following places were obtained: 6th class: Max Martin 1st ; Vera Allen 2nd. 5th class: Gordon Coleg 1st; Noville McKerrow 2nd. 4th class: Joan Akers 1st ?; Mavis Coles 2nd. era ciass: uoorgo iveaa uo; juesne Stuart 2nd. 2nd class: Billie Lofts 1st; Rona Stuart 2nd. Certificates wero awarded to Gor don Coles for obtaining tho highest number of marks in tho upper division and to George Wcdd and Billie Lofts who tied for the higliQst number of marks in tho lower division. In the tests hold on Friday, 1st May 1936, the following places were ob tained: fitll (llooo. TMoir 1.+ . T.inJn Fox 2nd. 5th class: Kon Morrison . 1st; Gor don Coles 2nd. 4th class: Don Konendy 1st; Mavis Ciles 2nd. 3rd class: George Wedd 1st,- Leslie Stuart 2nd., 2nd class: Barney Lofts and Bil'ie Lofts tied for first place; .Do'reen Ma her 2nd. - Certificates were awardel to Ben Morrison for obtaining cho highest numbe...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

? ? / 1 ' ' ? ' ' Husband's Love 'wd^ mot emopch WHEN Mrs. Henry Hadley Castlereagh's first baby was . born she began to think more about the future than she had done before. She and her husband were devoted lovers, but she began to realise that, her father wa8_-; right; her husband's love and devotion were not .enough. Ror .the safety of herself and babe that love and devotion had to be; substantially backed by membership in the A.M. P. ' Wisely she led her husband to see the wisdom of increased . assurance! The otily policy he had was an A.M.P. policy for ? £250, which had grown, with bonuses, to £4T0. ' Sh'e -persuaded him to take out another A.M.P. policy for £1,000. That', was a great step towards security. When the second bate came, a further policy for £1,000, and one adequate to provide money for the ?children's higher, education, were added. Others will be taken out' as the income increases. These A.M.P. policies have given the Castlereaghs comfort- and a., sense of securit...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 8 May 1936

Timo that is past thou never canst, j rccall,' Of time., to como thou art not sure , at all. j Time presont only is within thy poWor 'j Thcreforo, now itnprovo tho prcaont ' tour,- Shojp at Srycrs

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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MULLUMBIMBY WATER SCHEME PLANS FORWARDED TO DEPARTMENT SCHEME TO COST £23.000 ALD. BRYANTS REMARKS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

MUULUMBIMBV WATER SCHEME PLANS FORWARDED TO DEPARTMENT SCHEME TO COST £ 23.000 ALD. BRYANT S REMARKS At al special meeting of the Mullumhimby Municipal Council held in the Council Chembers on Friday night last, a roslution was ? unanimously carried to the offect t!;at the plans and specifications of the proposed Mullumhimby W^tqr Supply Scheme, as preparej. by Mr. E. Harding Frew, of Brisbane, be forwarded to the Ministor, tho first step towards the establishment of a water sa-vice for the town. Mr. A. E. Budd, M.L.A. for Byronwaa present at the meeting. In opening tlio meeting, Aid Am- j old (Mayor), explained tho position and tho plans and specifications, and the- ?recommendations of the Engineer werei read without comment, hy ' Mr. I C. £-] Inch,' Town Clerk and Mr. S. D. Berry, Electrical Engineer, At the conclusion, Aid. Walkor moved that the reports be adopted and the matter discussed, seconded by Aid. Freeman and carried., THE PROPOSALS. Tivo schemes were submitted for consid...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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