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PAROCHIAL BALL AT BILINUDGELL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 15 May 1936
PAROCHIAL ? BALL' AT BHINUDGEL -Tlie Billinudgcl annual R.C. Paro chial Ball was held on Wednesday night Iact, in the local hall. There . was a good attendance despite the incloment weather, tho couples num bering about eighty. Excellent music was provided by Barney Byrnes' 'or chestra, which tried hard to excell its good reputation. Tlie office of M. C. was ..capably filled by Mi'. ;C., lPlater. ' ,' f the hall was tastofully decoratcd with streamers and flowers, much cre dit being given to tho joint secretar ies, Misses N. Dovoi'eux and J. Mc Kcrrow for its appearance, Visitors attended from Bu'rringbar Brunswick Heads and Mullumbimby. Novelty dances caused much amuse ment.
PERSONAL VICE REGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 15 May 1936
personal; VIOE REGAL. .iTlie Governor of Queensland,' Sir , .Loslio ' Wila'ou,'. .stayed at the Great ;N6rthorn Hotel.- Byron?- Bay (in Wed nesday night -last', eii- route .to Queens land. His - Excellency was ..acconjjiau 'ied by' his party. I Mr. Martin Budgen, of Lismore, is spending a few days in ' Mullumbim bimby as tlio guost ' of Mr. M»G6tti gan, of Billinudgcl Road. , 'Mr. 'Ab.' Norris, an _ early resi dent of Mullumbimby, and now of Sydney, is at present visiting;: the dis trict. . ? ?' The infant son of Mr. and Mis. Em. Gray, is very sick in a Mullum bimby hospital.- . ' j . Mr. Digby Poarce, lias been dan gerously i'.l sinco Saturday, -last.*-, with pneumonia and ipleurisw, and reports this morning indicate that . lie is a | little improved. v ' ; BYRON BAY. ? David Marsh, son. of Mr., and Mrs. R. M. Marsh, of Byron Bay,, is home »or the school vacation from tlio Slur.-, ? ston Park Agricultural ; College. - Mrs. Lousadii,,, of- Byron Bay, accom panied by 'her, son and' -...
BYRON LEAGUE DELEGATES MEET. CUP PLAYERS AND LEAGUE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 15 May 1936
BYRON LEAGUE RELEGATES MEET. . , CUE: PLAYERS AND LEAGUE COMPETITION. A rnOvc was made by Mr. A. Lofts. ,(Bi Una wick 'Surfers) ..at a .meeting, of i-yron Rugby ..League at- Brunswick ' Heads on Sunday to prevent Mullum lumby and Byron Bay clubs 'pack- ing' tlioir competition teams with tun ni'ovura toward* tho end of the Hfc ? ' ' ' season. Ho thought such a rule would . make for more balanced competition and would encourage other smaller clubs to join up next year. The motion was defeated, and as » result , any registered player, whether a member of a cup team or not, will be able to take part in a competition match . ? The Mullumbimby delegates statod tliei rclub was keeping tho cup and comeptitions teams as separate as possible. The mooting was held at the Ocean View Hotel, with the President (Mr. J. Condon) in the chair. The Secre tary: (Mr. J. D. L'Esttrange was in attendance. Delegates present were: Messrs P. McAuley, J. Plater (Mullumbimby) ; 0. Connors, G. Feeney (Byron Bay...
COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 15 May 1936
COMMERCIAL [ 6. Walker reports a good yarding of pigs ,at- iliis sale on Wednesday. Good, quality, baconers sold at prices in advanco of provious sales ; . good sized stores sold well, but small slips wore hard to see at any price. Baconers- sold from 45/6 io 50/- ; porkers 28/; to 30/6; stores 12/.6 to 23/6. ? Next sale will bo on Wednes day, 27th May, when buyers will want any number of prime -bacon pigs.
BANGALOW TALKIES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 15 May 1936
BANGALOW TALKIES : In 'Hot Tip' at the Bangalow .Talkies on Saturday night Zazu Pitts is seen and heard holding the purse strings and stopping her husband from going to the dogs or the pon ies. Tho popular supporting cast is- a strong one, and provides one of the most hilarious comedy-dramas of the season. The other picture is of a more sombre character, but the tense scenes . and splendid acting of Lionel Barry more will provide patrons with a great night's entertainment, which- is backed up by very interesting shorts.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 15 May 1936
MISS R. VENN' DRESSMAKER, is commencing business in F. I. Ward 's Buildings on Friday, May 1st. MISS NERIDA BROWNE - , BYRON BAY. 'Teacher of Toe, Tap, National and Ballet Dancing .. Visits Mullumbimby Every Saturday. 'PHONE 45, BYRON BAY. MAXWELL EYLES SOLICITOR MULLUMBIMBY. 'Phone. 02.:;, ., Consultations by Appointment. MR. P. STREET SOLICITOR may bo consulted daily at his office. JOHNSON-STREET, BYRON BAY. S. J. H0SIE, F.I.S. (N.S.WT) 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 Sitos, Houses, Farm . Properties, Etc. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED. Your requirements gladly attend ed to. HUNGERFORD & HUNGER FORD SOLICITORS MULLUMBIMBY ' , i ? i VISITS BYRON BAY EVERY TIIURSDAY
NEWRYBAR DEFEATS BANGALOW CRIBBAGE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 15 May 1936
NEWRYBAR DEFEATS BANGALOW CRIBBAGE MATCH. T!i« newly-formed Bangalow Cribb age Club paid their first visit to New rybar on Tuesday night and suffered a severe defeat. The home team won by 28 games to 14. The Bangalow team comprised Mes srs A. C. Christinas, M. Blanch, W. S Rays. A. R. Sansom, L. Hodgins, T. Akers, F. Sansom, H. P. Coles, G. B. Martin, J. Baker, E. Rankin, R. Smith, F. Biirlcy, C. B. Riiska. A. Newrybar-Bangalow team lias challenged Ballina to a match which will be played in Bangalow at an early date. ?
G.F.S. EWINGSDALE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 15 May 1936
G.F.S. EWINGSDALE BRANCH. . | A branch of the Girls' Friendly So j ciety has been created at Ewingsdalo with Mrs. J. E. Johnston as the Pre sident. ' ' ;Canon \Gerry attended tho inaug ural mooting and explained the ob jects and principles of the Society. The last meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gill, when it was decided to hold, a House Party on tlie 20th inst. at the. homo of Mrs. J. E. Johnston at her invitation. After the stipulated three months' probation has ' elapsed, it is proposed ta liald an initiation and procure a banner and costumes. Mtmbers' of tho G.F.S. aro members of an organisation which ig as exten Bivee as the English spoaking world and of which Princess Mary is the President.
BYRON BAY EISTEDDFOD ENTRIES CLOSE SATURDAY (23rd) [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 15 May 1936
BYRON BAY ; EISTEDDFOD ENTRIES CLOStE SATURDAY (23rd) Entries close on Saturday, tho 23-d Inst., at 8 p.m., with the hon. sec. Mr. D. CJ Craig, Shirley Street, Byron Bay, from whom also schedules ate obtainable. The competitors include vocal, in strumental, elocutinary and dancing items: Miss Vera Ainswni-fli' !-? adjudicator in the latter section, and Dr. R. Dalley-Scarlett in tho other sections. , ' j Dr. Dalley-Scarlett is the President of tho Musical Association of Queens land, Doctor of Music by examination in tho University of Adelaide, and a musician of .long experience, and. an accepted authority' in musical circles.
BYRON BAY TALKIES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 15 May 1936
BYRON BAY TALKIES Two excellent features will be pre sented at the Literary Institute on Saturday night. 'Biff Raff' in which Hpencer Tracy, Jean Harlow and Una Merkel head a large cast, is a vital elemental story of people who live and wcrk 011 the Pacific waterfront. There is life and action in every foot and its a picturc you simply must not miss. 'Baboona' is tho associato feature and is ono of tho most amazing jun gle pictures ever filmod. Among the many thrilling sights j promised in 'Baboona,' aro a sav age fight between a leopard and r wart hog; wild stampede of a horde of elephants, numbering thousands; war between armies of giant baboons and monkeys; these and many other thril ling episodes have been filmed ' for the first timo 111 the history of tho screen. 'Sacred City of Mayan Indians' is said 'to bo' ono of tho most beauti ful of all the many wonderful colored travelogues, which M-G-M studios have released., There 'is also a delightful cartoon in color, 'Bun Sheep, Run...
BROOKER CUP MATCH. MULLUMBIMBY TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 15 May 1936
BROOKER CUT MATCH. MULLUMBIMBY TEAM Following .player? are asked to tra vel to Woodburn for Brooker Cup match 011 Sunday. Turner's bus leaves, at 10.30: Full-back, E. Waugli; Three' quarters, J. Kilroy, E. McNiven^ C. Crompton, E. Fisher; fiye-eigth, M. I Plater; half, ' K. Gardner;, .forwards,-' G. Fisher, J. Piatpr,' -M. ' Pearse, R. Arkinstall, E. Healy, C. Towers. Re placements, J Walker, N. Lavercombe ? ^ ^ ? ? 1 Don't forget Methodist Street Stall on Saturday, 16th, at the Empire cor ner^ ? ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 15 May 1936
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