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THE DIAMOND CODE PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

I THE DIAMOND CODE I I' By MRS. A. M. WILLIAMSON j Finely-blended, Story of Love, Adventure and Intrigue.. J '-??? : Author of 'Her Silence,'^ 'The Perfume of Eve,' 'Behind . j Double Doois,M Etc. I ? ' ' 1 - ' PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. . SiRt .WILLIAM SAKENHAM : Foreign Secretary, - ]jAI)\ MAUREEN DARKWOOD: His niece ? -lovely, popular and ricll , ; , ltOSB TILDJiN: Lady Maurcpn's stepsister. She is slightly ' deforme'd and ' hpi-: defect has soured her. . . ? . . ;DT3\rLIN, MAIjLORif: Better known as 'Devil'. Mallory: a globo-trotter ^ ' a.11 ^-Secret Scrvico mqn.'.:. ? ? '.j: .. : . 'A® Wtar correspondent of a famous newspaper: an- ex- . Secret' Service man also audi Mallory 's chum. .! '??? ^P^'JTA 'GLENOVA: A lieautiful Polish dancer . 'nd a spy.' : t ' , GU1DA DI, SEHBELLONI: Au impoverished' italian' nobleman:- in. love with Lady Maureen. 'Tiiat',- i'idiculous on' the fact 'of it,' said Maureen -'If Di'vi had Jtalc . en- so 'much trouble' to deceive me, lie ? /wouliL . have- told...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

micro ? sensitive ' E. R. MOULTON'S BYKON BAY ' ? ?? - -, ?- ?. Sole agent'for Byron Bay and Bangalow. ' Districts/' ? ... . -- '? 7; Just for the time being we are* sold out' of. Battery Sets and Dual1;^av-Jrs, but fur ther to our;last' notice we hope -to have full supplies within 6 days Special Notice ^ For the convenience of our Bangalow & district clients, we are pleased to_ advise that Mr. 'Sonny' Armstrong will be ' working in collaboration with us on BANDMASTER sales and service. As soon as supplies are available, Mr. Arm strong will have a full range of all mod els to demonstrate. , Full Particulars maybe obtained from him Prices from £15:15: ^ E. R. MOULTON A Phone 15 i : ? Byron Bay

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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OFFICIAL OPENING INTERIOR OF LITERARY. INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

OFFICIAL OPENING INTERIOR OF LITERARY . INSTITUTE. : ; ! It is :liopsd by the .OosualttAe «??.- ?J of' . the !;Byron Baiy .Jiiteraiy ? Insti ; Ituta'- to: ' lialvjci .the 'official 'opening ' 'of tlie interior off tho 'building,',on Wednesday, 27tli May. ?'j 'Discussing this matter with a 'Star- '?Advocate' ' representative, Mr. , ; is. ilackett,' secretary of 'the Institute, taids- it - was hoped' tho alterations in t l, 1,1 Hi f, i I'll 1. 1 V ? far advanced to allow - the ' official' op-, oiling to take , place 011 that date... A. i spuei'alJ^piiituret programme . had.' been, iccured for the occasion. ' . (Mr.( Ilackett did' not think tho whole : of iho work'jof' 'reinodelling 'tho- build-, ing !?, would ,--ba ^onipletod. before tho ? find of -J uno, but 111 spito ' ot this . vari ous functions' would take -place in; tlio ts buildingjUi -t' 3tyieso'Z included the R.O., :Baziiar ion. May: lS -aii'd 19.; ; ' Younger ' Sot Social, on-,-25th.jand ? tho1' usual - tal kie entertainment...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

COURSE Meals, at Miss Nelson 'r Central Cafe— 1/6. Phono 3, Bur rinbar Street, Mullumbimby. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ?^/'ACA'NCIES for permanent board ers, good tablo. W. G. Wilson, John son Street, Byron Bay, near Railway Station . MOTHER S' DAY, ' POULTRY TEA & CONCERT School of Arts, Mullumbimby THURSDAY, MAY 14th Miss J. Mortimer, Hon. Sec. BLUERYTHM SOCIAL ,, Mullutrilpimby Creok Hall. THURSDAY, 21st MAY. Proceeds for Convent Ball. Stewart's Music. Cards. Free cars from town. . Gent's 2/-, Lalies 1/C. Mrs. P'Brien, Mrs. Lyons organisers, GRAND SOCIAL in aid of CONVENT BALL TUESDAY, JUNE 2nd, 1936. Good Supper. Davo O 'Shea's Band. Eucliro Prize, 10/-. Tiekets '/-, Misses H. Hoaly and M. Walsh Hon. Socs. CONVENT BALL JULY 13 and 14. TIMBER J50UGH and Dressed Scantlings and Boarding, Soasonod Chamfers and Flooring, always in Stock. All classes of Rough and Dres sed Softwoods. Mouldings a Speciality. Quantities dolivored froo to all parts of tlio district. Prices comparative. ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS ELLAMONG AND CAVANBA "HAS BEENS." MOULTON CUP. "A Grade—Home Team. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

TENNIS ELLAMONG AND CAVANBA i ,'HAS BEENS.' MOULTON CUP. 'A Grndu 'Iloine Team. ? Crawford and Douglas 1; Musgrovc and McKonzio' 5;, \Mrsi' Embury : anu K. McNeil 1 5 ; 'Musgrove and McKon- , ?zis. 3s Crawford and Douglas 6; Mus (Ti-ove and Mrs Embury a; Ci-awtord and -Missv;McN oil. ;6; ^McKonzic ? and Mrs. 'Embury : ;4; Douglas : and Miss McNeilsl'5;: ; : . ? ? - !. ??: : - ? ?? Visitingr Team. ? j Moulton andi'Ha-wkej G; iRiding and Arthur. 6; ,Mrs: ?.-Prior. . and, Mi'ij. Burns (ij Moulton,;and'.:Hnko . 6; Riding and Arthur 3; Moulton and Mrs. Pnor 0; Riding and Mis. Burns-:.3; -Ilawko and .Mrs. Prior. 6; Arthur and- Mrs. Burns 0. Won by- 'Has Beens' 7 sets 48 i games to,. 2 sets .37, games. Home captain, - Musgrove; Visiting , .Captain, B. : Moulton . .CAVANBA 'TRYERS' v. METH ODISTS. ' ' A'-Grado-^Homc Team. ? Mrs. Reading- and ? Miss Munro 6} ,M. Prior and /J-^ Tliickett 6; M. Prior land.-J. Tliickctt 6; T. Stokes and H. Reading 3j. Tj Stokes and II. Reading ,0; Mrs. Munro an...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

BYRON BAY NEWSAGENCY FREE DELIVERY FULL RANGE. OF, ALL SYDNEY ,AND BRISBANE PAPERS. ?, 'NORTHERN STAR' and 'TWEED DAILY' ?- FIRE WORKS FOR EMPIRE DAY AT CITY PRICES. Sc A- ELLIS J. P. Walker Winter Goods BLANKETS, RUGS, DOWN QUILTS BUSH RUGS, 'FRIGIA' all wool RUGS To Clear at factory Prices Men's FLEECY UNDER WEAR SINGLETS AND 'UNDER , ? PANTS; all good cloths, all . ? Sizes at 2/6 and 2/11 Each. Mon'a and Ladies' WINTER COATS, all must. 'be cleared— ( THEY ARE CHEAP. J THEY ARE CHEAP. Ludies' TWEEl). COSTUMES at 25/0; well cut, good cloth Call at Walkers' for a Bargain Line J. P. WALKER Why Pay More!

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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HOCKEY BYRON BAY DEFEASTS BALLINA. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

HOCKEY BYRON BAY DEFEA8TS BALLINA. Byron Baiy Men's Hockey team, defeated Ballina at Byron. Bay on ! Saturday last. Bay;' won by '6 ? gols to 4. At half time the scores were , .4 to 2 in favour of' Ballina. A. Wright was tke^outstariding play er on the field. Ho.' scored 3' gQais, F. Benbow 1, L. Glock 1, and R. Bran don 1 ? The following - registered coals for Baliina:' W. 'Whitehead '1, L. 'Fdlch 1, E ; ,0 'Neil 1', and Ci Stangav 1. Felcli, \Vliitohoad Brothers 'arid goal keeper Duncombo did yeoman service for Ballina. Tlio. umpires were Messrs R. Sturfer and M.^Lonuou,.'.. Byron' Bay -team 'is worthy of con gratulations, this being' thoir fourth successive ' win— unbeaten up to ,the present'. ''? ' ' . Next !, Saturday, the, 16th, they meet Casino Tenby's at Lismore. According to the latest bulletin, Tonby's, are,; a. strong team and intend putting up a, horculean figiit to extend the, Bay boys,, ' LADIES; Rvron Bay ladies' defeated Al stonvillei by 3 goals to 1, after a:. f^st ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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THE BOY SCOUTS OF BYRON BAY [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

THE BOY SCOUTS OF BYRON BAY Thirty- years ago, Lord tialen Powell inaugurated tli,;, Siout niDvemi.nf. It ? was not to imbno the sjnrit of war into our yj'itli ; ;t was 10 teach a ' much --higher tind noblei* idt.-ai. I , To-day. many countries of t-be wcrld have numbers of Scyiit3; all with 'le same ideal, all with a iiim^lai' pledge. ; This ( brotherhood, comra.'oship, 'es prit, .'de.' corps; call it: what you like it's oboct; is to teach the boy, no matter hdw young, to have ah ideal and :to -put it into practical use; and as -tho; ladder of . life is ascended to .ucj oi. tnat use io i-ue cuiuiiiunit^ wiuun , constitutes a man— a real man. Every boy should become, a Scout! Boys who have not already joined d ho Scouts and. who aro interested in ? tlio - movement, should ask Scoutmas tter ' Harry Gerry or Cub-master Ross j Poolmaii' 'what, it is all about.' and | ?'-.they will find that their flinvarnislied 1 story w6iild interest prospective scouta 1 and ' impress parents that the...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

, BOWLS. On Saturday next, a Flick trophy game is to bo played between Mul lumbimby and Byron ' Bay bowling clubs on tho Byron Bay grcon. Tho following team has boon select ed to represent Mullumbimby: Johnson, Coburn, Arinbruster, Fisher. Harvey, Gentle, Somorvillo, Lindsay. Henvillc, Airnold, Anderson lluvtge'r ford., ; -I , McNauglit, Barrett, Gibson, S, tenner. Cars will loavo from tho Bank of New South Wales cornor at 1.30 p.m. Any player who will not- be avuilablo is requested to notify tho secretary (as soon as possible.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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MOTHERS' DAY TEA AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

MOTHERS' DAY TEA AND CONCERT. The Mullumbimby Iviothodist \Lad ies' Church Aid will conduct tlioir: annual Mothers ' Day Toa and Concert in the Memorial School of Arts on Thursday evening next. Tho tea will commqnco about 6 li.in. and will bo up to tho usual high standard by whiclr this function is known. A blight and entertaining p-ogranimo of musical events will bq staged after tho tea.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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NEWRYBAR CONCERT METHODIST YOUNG PEOPLE'S GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

NEWRYBAR CONCERT METHODIST YOUNG- REOP£iEi'|£J GUILD. A very successful concert was staged in the1 Newrybar School- of ( . Arts by members of the Methodist; ' Young People's Guild. The stago was -set out with bowls or chrysanthemums and dahlias whilst tho hall was decorated with bur.ra j wangs. Following was tho. programmoi Chorus, Guild members; solofl, Mrs. McPaul; recitations, Miss Thomas (Dunoon)'; solos, Master Lanco Ward and Ian Ward; pianoforte solos, Miss Foster; solos, Br. Grey; violin solos, Mrs. Murphy; bones selection, Mr. Martor; monoloigucs, Mr. Murphy; vo cal duet, Mrs, Grey and Miss Edna Noble; solos, Bev, Evans (Dunoon); community sinsinij, also led bv Rov. Evans, caused much enjoyment; mouth organ solos, Mr. Jobliit (Lismoro). The , chorus V Alice Blue Gown' was sung by Mrs. W. S. Groy (soloist) and Guild .girls all dressed in pretty blue frocks, and the chorus, 'Croajing- along1,' was sung by tho Guild boys, the stago for this item boihg decorat ed -with- trees an...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POCKET ANNUAL MEETING OF HALL SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

. THE POCKET ANNUAL MEETING OF HALL SUBSCRIBERS. , The annual meeting of tho Poc ket Hail subscribers took placj laBt Tuesday night and thero was ia, good attendance of members. Those present included Messrs P. Walker president), A. Walker, L. Walker, R. McNoil, M. Evans, A. Es treicli, D Estrcicli, J. KoniR'dy, M. Warren, -E. Warren, D. Campbell, L. Pejbk, J;. Garrard, W. Wallwork, J Rankin and H. Irving. Tho secretary, Mr. L. Walker read a lengthy report oil tho activities of the committee, and stated that dur ing the year 12 meetings had 'been hold at which therei was an average attendance of approximately seven membors. The members attending the. greatest number of meetings were: P. Walker 12, L. Walker 11, J. Ran kin 10, H. Irving 9, D. Irving 7 and Messrs E. Warren, D. Capboll, J. Kennedy, R. McNeil and W. Wall work 6. The year had been a very success ful ono financially and fro ma debit balance at the beginning of the year, the committeo had shown a credit balance. - All pres...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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OBITUARY ME. GEO. WILSON, NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

OBITUARY MR. GEO. WILSON, NEWCASTLE. .i . The death occurred on Friday morn ing last of Mr. Geo. Wiiso'n, aged 73, of Nowcastlo. Mr. Wilson, who camo front Eng land, was a very learned man. Ho won three Queen's prizes when still a young man, and was headmaster at tlio age of 22. Oil first coming to Australia, lio settled ' down at Jos mond, Nowcastle, whoro he continued his teaching activities. Mr. D. W. Griorson, formerly stationed at Main Arm, was ono of his pupils for many years, there. He was an auditor of tlio Wost Wallsend Co-oporativo Storos, and .ho hold that position for-; 12 /years; ?' 1 Mr. Wilson was olected to tho Board of Directors aftorwards, which posi tion ho held until quite recently, and ho was also a dologato for tho West Wallsond Mines. ' j While in England', Mr. Wilson was a local proachor. Ho died at tho age ' of 73, and is survivod by a widow, two soils and two daughters, Mrs. C. J. Latter, of Mullumbimby, being the elder daughter. Mrs. Latter availing hersel...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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MAN DROWNED WELL-KNOWN MULLUMBIMBY MAN. MAIN ARM TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

MAN DROWNED i well-known: mullumbimby iv.. , . ????? MAN. j - , MAIN ARM TRAGEDY. ? Frederick Joseph Reddacliff. agsd 49 years, -whs found drowned in ? 8ft. 6ins. of -wkter in Mlaiin Arm , 'Creek of the Brunswick River yeiterday morning. Deceased appeared to be in his us ual good health when: he rose at 5 a.m. and had his usual clip of morn ing tea. When ho conipletod the milk ing of his' 'cows at 7.30 ho left tho bails and , went' in the diroction of the pig yards, which arq between tho bails and the creek. Ho did not re turn for some time and Mrs. Redda cliffi ; becaitto ? alar^nod and informed her noighbomy. Mr. Walsh, who imme diately began to search and found the dead body of Mr. Reddacilil lying in the creek.. The police wero informed and the body brought to, tho shore. A widow and two infant children aro left to mourn.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

COMMERCIAL. Mr. B. C. Bannister, auctioneer -of Byron Bay, reports good sales of building allotments, having sold 12 al lotments during tho last few weeks. Several house properties have chang ed hands. Building allotments in closo proximity to tho town aro in domand and bringing good figures. As much as £100 aro being paid for good 6iteg nnd £100 for corner blocks.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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MEETING OF COMMITTEE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

MEETING OF COMMITTEE SCHOOL OF ARTS. 'The; best motion we've had \am, opportunity of seconding for a long time,' declared Mr. R. N. [Rollo at the meeting of the Mem orial School of Arts committee, last night, when seconding the Treasurer's (Mr.) L. R. M q- !McNa,ught) motion that the finan cial staltoment t-e adopted. General satisfaction was exprossed at the position, although later in the m eting it was shown that present commitments would carry away most of the balancc. Tho statement waj from 7tli April until May 11th, and read: Income, Including picture rent, £15; Frivolous Frolics, £42/15/-; Total, '.£65/10/-; Ex penditure, total £35/17/1. Committee fund, credit, £39/4/8 ; Building Extension fund, credit, £27/ 9/1; Trust Fund, debit, £461/19/-. Those present at the meeting were F. Frost (president), L. R. McNauglit (.lion, iroasurer;, ivi. .cvicu r.tary), Messrs N. ftewart, W. E. Smith, A. H. Bartlett, R. E. Budd, R. N. Rollo, L. F. Anderson, P. Lynch and J. W. Miles. the; FRIV...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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R.C. BALL AT BILLINUDGEL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

R.C. BALL AT BILLINUDGEL To;morrow (Wednesday) night tho T.C. Parochial Ball will bo held at Billinudgel. Very elaborate arrange ments lutvo boen completed for tho ? event and those who contempato at tending aro assured of a really enjoy able time. On Thursday evening a juvenile will bo hold for tho benefit of the children of tho locality.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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ELECTRICITY CONTROL MR. A. E. BUDD, M.L.A. AND TOWN COUNCIL POSITION DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

ELECTRICITY CONTROL MR. A. E. BTJDD, M.L.A. AND TOWN COUNCIL POSITION DISCUSSED. Mr. A. E. Budd, M.L.A., after ?Mo special meeting of th.0 locait Council on Friday night last, faced a barage of questions rela tive to the Electricity Control question, from- tho Aldermen of the Municipjality and sevoral mat teis relative to the; position of the (Hullu|mbini1by UndeitaMna were discussed. Mr. Budd mentioned that of the 90 members of tho House, thero were only .five members interested in the ul timate esult: there were Hon. R. S. Vincent (Raleigh), Minister for For c.'tj; W. Frith (Lismoro) ; J. T. Reid (Casino) and A. .S. Henry (Clarence) as well as the speaker (Byron)! ? Continuing, Mr. Budd declared that naturally Mr. Henry was in' favour of the Minister's scheme, as was Mr. Frith, whilst Casino was already in the scheme of the County Council. Mr. Vincent's constituoncy was territori ally in a - position which did not really', make the position one of im portance to them, and so it wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

I Shop at . tlio shop, with : tho slogan ?;?? true. ? . . ? , ,'Wiso buyers patron.ise Bryqya '. Do youf

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 May 1936

' i = 'Yl USE Oar : ATLANTIC Lubricating Oil 71- per 'Ga llon. at ? Poolman's Garage - ^ 'r ? ^ . FOR HOT. AND COLD LUNCHEONS DINE AT MISS WARD S REFRESHMENT ROOMS BYRON BAY ' FRUIT, CONFECTIONARY, PETERS ICE CREAM, TWO-IN-ONES. HEALS AT ALL HOURS. NORCO SMALL GO.ODs ALWAYS ON HAND. GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL BYRON BAY UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. ' ' TOURISTS CATERED FOR ONLY BEST BRANDS OF SPIRITS, WINES and LIQUORS STOCKED ; Ha.-y.e your 'Spot' at the Great. Northern Ho'tel . H. F. KEALY ~~ . 'PIIONE: BYRON BAY 4. B.REILLY BAKER JOHNSON STREET BYRON BAY P.O. BOX 10. PHONE: BYRON BAY, 42. ...,- OUR VANS DELIVER TO ALL P ARTS OF THE DISTRICT. PHONE AND WE WILL CALL. ALL ELECTRIC CABINET AND JOINERY WORKS TF You want High-Grade FURNITURE or DOORS .and SASHES : built faithfully to your own designs, and workmanship guaran- , teed, give us a trial. . ? '4.1,. ' Satisfied customers are scatte rod everywhere throughout . ,tho . Coast. If you cannot call on us, let us call on you and submit prices ; a...

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