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MARKED ENTHUSIASM BYRON BAY AND DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. SIXTY ATTEND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936
MARKED ENTHUSIASM BYRON BAY AND DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. SIXTY ATTEND. ? I General enthusiasm marked the monthly meeting of tlie Byron Bay and District Improvement Associ ation meeting held in the Literary [Institute on Tuesday night last, there1 being an attendance some sixty ratepayers and residents. The president (Mr. 8. J. Denning) was iu the chair and included in those presont wero Messrs S. Austen (Treas uicr) und B. C. Bannister (Hon. Sec.). PLANTING OF TREES. A long discussion centred on the matter of suitable trees for planting in Byron Bay and several varieties wero mentioned and the subject fully discussed, many members giving their opinions. Mr. Feros declared that the Asso ciation should concentrate on a cer tain programme for the present, and cairy it through; his suggestion was the improvement of Kingslcy Street to the Recreation Ground, and tlienco to the Railway, following whieli an avenue could possibly be planted along the road coming into Byron Bay from Be...
BANGALOW TALKIES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936
BANGALOW TALKIES The programme for the Bangalow Talkies on Saturduy night is a most attractive one, and tho supporting picture featuring Maureen O 'Sullivan and Joel McCrae in 'Women Want ed,' is a particularly good coinedy diuma, packed with excitement and strewn throughout with humour. Maur een O 'Sullivan is an urtist who camo boforo tho public firstly for her fine dramatic ability in 'Little Man What Now?' in which sho portrayed the part of Mrs. Pinnoborg. The other picture 'Noll Gwynne' had proved a great attraction every where. A comedy 'Beginners' Luck' and a News Reel will also bo screened. A girl and boy dodging tho polico solvo a murder caso in this thrilling picturo. They brand her a murdoress. 'You'll talk' they told her, and when alio did - you'll never guess what happened next. 'Nell Gwyn' is a very fino British production of tho timo when Charles, King of Euglaud, was under tho spell of a beautiful woman,
PROPOSED ROAD FROM RAILWAY TO NEW JETTY. POSITION HOPEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936
PROPOSED ROAD FROM RAILWAY TO NEW JETTY. POSITION HOPEFUL. Mr. G. F. Gibson reported to the meeting of tho Byron Bay and Dis trict Improvement Committee on Tues day night that lie hud inspected the site for tho proposed road with the Assistant Railway Engineer, who stat ed that tho Department would offer no objection to tho road, and pluns would be prepared. Tho Engineer stntod that the work would bo car ried out by the Railway Department as tlioy thought lit and the amount charged to the Sliiro Council., TOWN DRAIN. Rfgnrding tho town drain, Mr. Gibson stated that the officer had in formed him that if un estimato of tho railway's section of tlio concret ing was prepared, it would bo submit ted to lioadquarters and may possibly bo approved of. Tho meeting were adamant ill their opinion that tho work was a necessity as tho drain was pructicully a mos quito toed,
LOCAL & GENERAL BYRON-BAY-LISMORE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936
LOCAL & GENERAL SYRONiBAY-LISMORE MAILS. The efforts of the Byron Bay and Distirct Improvement Committee have been rewarding regarded the delivery of Byron Bay mail for Lismore post ed on Saturdays. Formerly the mail would not be delivered in Lisui'ir.? un til Tuesday, but through the instru mentality of the Association tli i mp.il will now be delivered on the Monday. PLANTING OF OLEANDERS. Beautifying Byron Bay streets is soon to commence.. Dr. J. Birnos. supervisor, reported to Tuesday night 's meeting that the holes for oleaniers had been prepared and volunteers were called for the liming of same prior to planting. Mr. T. A. Browne mentioned that 5 a.m. would be a suitable timo for most volunteers, but a motion that a ' ' shilling in ' ' to pay a man was readily supported by the loverB of the last hour iu bed, and a man will be employed to carry out tho work.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936
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RIFLE SHOOTING RICHMOND — TWEED COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936
RIFLE SHOOTING RICHMOND — TWEED ' COMPETITION. The finals in tho Richmond — Tweed Rifle Clubs' Union A and B grade shoots, wliicli were held at the Byron Bay range on Saturday, resulted in a doublo win for Murwillumbali. Tho finalists in both grades were Murwillumbali and Lisniore, and the conditions were eight shots at 500 and GOO yards. Continuous shooting was also conducted, six clubs being repre sented and 40 riflemen competing. CONTINUOUS COMPETITION. Continuous shooting at 500 yards (5/- prizes) : II. MeNilT (Bangalow), 25; C. King (Burringbar), 24; Q. Bea com (Bangalow), 24; J. Young (Mur willumbali), 24; II. Allard (Burring bar), 23; D. Woodward (Byron Bay), 23; A. Philip (Burringbar), 23; C. King (Burringbar, 23; A. II. Latimer (Lismorc), 23; A. Philip (Burringbar) 23'; T. E. Armstrong (Lismore), 22; At 000 yards: T. E. Armstrong (Lis more), 25; II. Chapman '(Murwillum bali), 24; A. W. Latimer (Lismorc), 24; A. Stevenson (Murwillumbali), 23; L. .Tolinson (Lismore), 24; C. K...
A DISGRACE MEETING EMPHATIC. BELONGIL CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936
A, DISGRACE MEETING EMPHATIC. BELONGIL CLOSING. 'The matter is an urgent one and a, disgrace to the District,' declared Mr. George Hackett, a resident of Shirley Lane, wh.cn in troducing the state of the low lying areas, as caused by the al leged! late oponing of the Belong!! Creek after the recent heavy seas 'and wet period. - The subject was before the monthly meeting of tlio Byron Bay and Dis trict Improvement Association on Tuesday night last. Statements were made referring to the ac'i°u of the Sliiro Engineer (Mr. M. Smith) and many references were made to a mark which, speakers stat ed, the water had to reach before Mr. Smith would have the Creek opened. 'I suppose the Engineer will put up a new mark a little higher up now as the water was right over his previous one before the work of opening was even thought of,' suggested Mr. Hackett. : Furthering his complaint, Mr. Hac kett stated that when the water was at its highest it was well night impos sible to get out of his house ...
MULLUMBIMBY WINS BOWLS PAIRS TITLE. NORTHERN SECTION N.R.D.B.A. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936
MULLUMBIMBY WINS BOWLS PAIRS TITLE. NORTHERN SECTION N.R.D.B.A. The competition to decide the chain pion pair to represent the northern section of tho Northern Rivers District Bowling Association at the Easter car nival at Lismore was decided on the Murwillumbah bowling green on Sat urday. In the morning tlio Mullumbimby pair defeated tho Byron Bay repres entatives und Murwillumbah defeated Bangalow. Tho llnul in tho afternoon resulted in a, win for Hungerford und I-i|Sd|Say .(Mullumbimby), who will nicot Phelan and T. Ilalpin, represent ing the southern section, at tho Lis moro carnival. None of the gamcB on Saturday were very close. The scores were: Hungerford, Lindsay (Mullumbimby) 28 v. Macdermott, Woodbine (Byron Bay) 14. Dinscy, Hyues (Murwillumbah) 37 v. Blancli, McNeill (Bangalow) 13. Hungorford, Liudsay '4 v. Dinsey, Hynea 10. BYRON BAY. Play on the Byron Bay green on Saturday resulted: PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP. Cobbiii and Milgate 10 v. llullett und Brojvncll 1*5. RINK GAMES. Go...
The Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936
Tne Salvation Army. I Friday, 7.30 p.m.: Opon air. Saturday, 7,15 p.m. Open Air; Prayi «r Meeting 8 p.m. Sunday, n a.m., Holiness moeting; 7.30 p.m., Salvation ; moeting, Tuesday, 3 p.m., Home Lcaguo, Meeting for Women only. -Sunday School, .Mullumbimby 2.3g p.m.; Wilson's Creek, 2.30 p.m. ' ftlain Arm 2.30 p.m. J' A. W. Palmer, Captai*. \ „
CHURCH SERVICES Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936
CHURCH SERVICES Church of England. Holy Thursday, 7 a.m., Holy Com munion. ; Mullumbimby, Good Friday, 12-3 p.m Passion Service; 7.45 p.m. Litany. Faster Sunday, 6.30 a.m. and 9.30 a.in., Holy Communion ; 7.45 p.m., Evensong., -Brunswick Heads, Easter .Day, 8. a.m.. Holy Communion. . v_. Bililnudgel, Good Friday,. 10.30 a.m. X ~ Litasy and AjJdress; Easter Day, 11. . ' a.m., Holy Communion. Philip J?., Tiighman, Rector. i ? ? - -
TENNIS DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936
.TENNIS ' DANCE ?- On Thursday last thtf social comjrittee 7of Si. Paul's Tennis . Club Iheld the first of ai series of monthly dances for tho raising of funds to build a new club houie. ! The attendance was very satisfact ory and tho committee are to be con gratulated on their elforts. . Visitors were present from Mullumbimby, Ban galow; Tyagarali and Coorabeil. During the evening a novelty dance was wori-'Mjy Miss ^Holland and Mr. Cobbin. .Miss M. Johnson and Miss Luff, on winning a chocolate waltz, kindly re-doiiatcd the prize which was subsequently won by Miss McLennan and Mr. Leo. 1 ? ? — . A trophy, ticket No. 73 was won by, Mr. II. Esilnian.: . . , ' ' V, ; Donations of chocolates and cigar ottos, were made' Ky Mrs; Lehnon, Miss Johnson and Mr. Fer'os: .During, the - evening Mr. Bob Huni: phroys: .'asked' ''the dancers to observe! two -minutes ''' sile'lico' in' memory:' of tho1 lato 1 Messrs' -King and Coghlun.
BOWLS BYRON BAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936
BOWLS BYROW BAY OLUB. I Wcekicud games t 021 Byron Bay oowhng green wore: ' ' championship pairs. ?La.no and Woodbine 36 v. Cobbin azxel ;Milgato 10. j i Armstrong and Pendergast 22 v. Clarke and North 17. RINKS. . . Brandon, Millership,- Esilman, Myers 27 v. Hodge, Gerry, King, Browne 20 Lousada, Smith, Everest, McKenzie J .££- v. Bannister, Gibson, Hallett, Browell 21. , | Pendergast, i\Torth, Myersj' Milgate 26 v. King, Lane, Ilodge, Browne 20. Smith, Ellis, Clarke, Cobbin 29 v. ? Bannister, Brandon, Davidson, Ev erest 18. I | -j J Brownell and Hallett 24 v. Woodbino and Halpin 23. 'MULLUMBIMBY OLUB. Mullumbimby bowlB over the, week end, resulted: McNaught, Anderson, Lindsay 35 v. Latter, Arnold, Stonnor. 10. j Harvey, Armbtuster, Fisher 25 v. John . ston, Gibson, Hungerford 12. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936
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