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MULLUMBIMBY'S OPPORTUNITY [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 19 May 1936
R/IULLUMBIIVIBY'S OPPORTUNITY TT seems tliat at last Mullum bimby is about to have a fur ther opportunity of saying Aye or Nae in respect to the installation of a reticulated water supply. Although this opportunity was cffi.red the citizens some two or three years ago, they declined to strnnnt it. TheMunicm.il Council. under the Amended Act has power to proceed with the scheme with out submitting it to a vote of rate payers. It is ou» earnest hope t .at the Aldermen will display t at courage necessary to proceed wi h the scheme, providing the conditions are favourable, and riot waste time in submitting it to the ratepayers. The greatest weak ness in a vote of ratepayers is the fact t' at the younger generation, who ultimately have to pay the bulk of the cost, are deprived of the privilege owing- to being out voted by the older generation who in many cases, are not prepared to make a sacrifice at this stage in their life. Another weakness is found that the big property owner i3 willi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 19 May 1936
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FEDERATION BRIDGE ALTERATION TO PEDESTRIAN APPROACH. COUNCIL TO MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 19 May 1936
FEDERATION BRIDGE ALTERATION TO PEDESTRIAN APPROACH.' COUNCIL TO MOVE. ? i/ . Tho Works Committee recommended ' to the Mulumbimby Council at their fortLightly meeting last night that they had inspected the pedestrian approacli to the Federation Bridge' from the R. C. Church side, and recommended that certain alterations be made subject to approval. Tue alteration allows for a contin uation of the present footpath from muiiy ju iiurn, oi tue cnurcn out.ido the present rail of the ap proach and access being made closer to the bridge structure, thus giving a clear vision between roadway and footpath, and at the same time afford ing maximum public safety. The Town Clerk Mr. C. S. Inch) stated that the proposed work would be planned and sent to the Depart ment for its consideration.
ST. PAUL'S TENNIS CLUB SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 19 May 1936
ST. PAUL'S TENNIS1 CLUB SOCIAL I On Thursday night at Fostor's ! dance hall, a well attended dance and ' euchre tournament was organised by Mrs. Lennon and Miss M. Johnson, in an endeavour to raise funds for the erection of a new club house. ?? /l iie organisers were ass(tsed by Mrs. Hicks and Mr. Grundy, while Mr Tom Akers successfully carried out the duties of M.C. Misses Hanson and Speers were the J winners of a free novelty waltz, while later in tho evening a Monte Carlo was won by Miss Heather Gib son and Mr. McLaren, of Mullumbim by. The feature of the evening was i a confetti battle, which was won by Miss Win Holden and Mr. Ross Poolman. The thankg of the club is extended to the donors of the prizes for the various dances. T.:e donors were: Mrs. Lennon, Misses E. Smith, M. Johnson, J. Williams and- Mr. Tom Akers . ,
RE—PLAY ORDERED BROOKER CUP MATCH. MULLUMBIMBY DEFEATED BY OFFICIALDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 19 May 1936
RE PLAY ORDERED BROOKER CUP MATCH. MULLUMBIMBY DEFEATED BY OFFICIALDOM. As a result of a protest from Low er River Club . concerning Mr. Dan Stapleton's handling of the Brooker Cup Challenge game at Woodburn on Sunday, Mullumbimby (challengers and winners), were forced to leave without the coveted trophy. The protest, as far as can be gath ered, arose from tho referee dismiss ing Feltch, captain of the defenders, early in the first half for asreressively questioning all decisions. The Lower Rivel- League hoard the protest last night and they decreed that Mullumbimby have to play again for the trophy next Sunday on the same ground, but with a neutral ?re- feree . k No official communication of the protest bv'ing lodged lias yet been re ceived in writing by the secretary of Mullumbimby club (Mr. H. Walker) and no notification, at tho time of going to p;ess, had been received re garding the result of 1 protest, and it ia considered that Mullumbimby, who have lost the trophy on doubtful...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 19 May 1936
PERSONAL The engagement is announced of Sister A. T. Kelly, Mullumbimby, to .Mr, Donald II. B. Dyer, of Brisbane. Mrs. J. McKinnon and her daugh ter, Mavis, havo returned to Mullum bimby after a- holiday spent in Bris bane.' I Mrs. Nichols, lier daughter Vivian; and son Don, have returned liom(| after spending thq May holidays at Brunswick Heads. Mrs. W. E. Miles and her two sons havo returned to Mullumbimby after holidaying at Kyogle. Mrs. J. P. Walker is an inmate of St Vincent's Hospital, Lismore. Mr. and Mrs. W. Graham, of Myo cum, have gone to Dorrigo for a month's holiday. Mr. S. J Woodman, who has been appointed to the Bank of N.S.W. in* succession to Mr. C. K. Slieard, ar rived in Mullumbimby on Sunday last Prior to coming to Mullumbimby Mr. Woodman was manager of the Bank of N.S.W. at Merriwa. Master Bill Robinson, of Huonbrook lad the misfortune . to receive a nasty cut on one of liis hands .with a brush hook last week and had to seek medical attention. BYRON BAY Mr. Swann...
OBITUARY DIGBY PHILLIP PEARCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 19 May 1936
OBITUARY DIGBY PHILLIP PEARCE. After a serious' illness lasting over a week, the death occurred in' Mul lumbimby on Sunday night last, of Digby Phillip Pearce, who was- per haps the most geiierous patron ? of sporting bodies on the Noi'tli COast. Death was due to pneumonia and pleurisy, and despite the best of me dical care and attention, the end came . about 8.30 p.m. on Sunday.; Deceased was years oi agu. The late Mr. Pearce was born at King's Langley, Seven Hills, Sydney, and for many years lived in the dis trict where lie carried on orcharding pursuits. Deceased was educated at King's School, Parramatta, and in liis youth, as in maturer yea.rs, he showed skill on the playing field, being a fine | athlete as v/ell as a good cricketer, and keen follower of the Rugby Un ion and League codes. Some years ago the late Mr. Pearce settled on property at Duranbar, and about seven years ago came to Mul lumbimby and later became proprietor of tho Court House Hotel, r Since coming to Mullum...
R.C. BAZAAR BYRON BAY FUNCTION. OFFICIAL OPENING BY ARCHDEACON SCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 19 May 1936
R.C BAZAAR BYRON BAY FUNCTION. OFFICIAL OPENING BY ARCH DEACON SCOTT. Owing to circumstances arising in another parish, and delaying him there, Ilis Lordship Bishop Carroll was' unable to be present and open the R.C. Church Bazaar iu .the Lit erary Institute, Byron Bay last night. The opening was performed by , Archdeacon' Scott, who said lie had received a personal message from Dr. Carroll, in which His Lordship expres sed deep regret in being unable to attend. 1 I Archdeacon Scott referred to the purposes for which the bazaar was being hell, one being to permit of additions to the Church. It was only j a few years since the present Church had been opened, but already is was ' regularly being overcrowded on Sun. I day ? mornings' and more aceommoda- I lion was imperative. There were no ompty pews or benches as was the complaint heard-' often from other Church authorities. The hall had been transformed by stalls and decorations, the former in cluding fancy, sweet 'and produce. A bev...
MR. WILLIAM WALSH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 19 May 1936
, MR. WILLIAM WALSH. The death occurred in tho Lismoro Base Hospital on Sunday morning of William Walsh, agod 40 yoars, a well known resident of Billinudgel. Deceased was ill for Bome days prior to his death and was taken to Li more from Mullumbimby by Am bulance on Saturday. IIo was a single iiiuu uuu a rciurneu soldier, . having served with the A.IiF. in Fiance. The remains were laid to rest yes to-day afternoon when a number of returned soldiers attended. Ho was given military honours at. tho .burial. Mrs. M. Walsh, mother of deceased residos at Cougal. Mr. Frank Walsh, of Guyra' and Mr. Jamos Walsh of Bunvoud, aro brotliors. The funeral was delayed until late in tho afternoon to allow tho attend ance of deceased's mother, who arriv ed from Cougal, The pall-beargra wer§ - . Messrs W. II. Flowers, Jnr., A. - Hi'. Poynting, II. Schmidt, M, Evans, II. Akei.'s and W. Jones (all members of the Billinudgel sub-branch of tlio R. S.S.I.L.A). League headquarters was represented by Mr. T. ...
SOCIAL DOINGS IN BYRON BAY ENGAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 19 May 1936
SOCIAL DOINGS IN BYRON BAY ENGAGEMENT. A very pleasant evening wag spent at tho homo of Mr . W. H. A. Harris -Lismore ( nee Miss Mamc Woolloy, of Byron Bay), when a Dinner Dance was given to announce tho engage ment of her sister, Muriel, to Harry Julian, ldest son of Mr and Mrs. S, T. Julian, of Lismore. ' Muriel was a well-known and pop ular member of the Byron Bay G.F. S.. nhvn.vs U'illinrr fn l.jiwl n hand to further the Society's good work. Hor fiance, Mr. Harry Julian, who is a mechanic on the staff of the Lis mo e P.M.G. Dept., is a well-known young man among Lismore 's sport ing generation, Misa Woolley left Byron Bay sev eral months ago to take a position as cashier in a prominent Lismore busi ness house. Miss Kath Shrubb, who has been holidaying in Lismore with friends, has returned home to Byron Bay. Messrs. Gordon and Harold Good win, of Byron Bay, have returned home after spending a very vacation in Sydney. ? : ? I
WHO'S WHO [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 19 May 1936
WHQS WHO Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Huntor, Byron Bay, loft for Sydney, where tliey will spend /a vacation with their sons, Hil ton and Byrce. Mr. .F. Asser, who has been reliev ing Mr. Milgato during liis illness, 'has returned to Scone. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison and daugh ter Elsie,, havqi left on an extended vacation to Sydney, thence to Wol longong, visiting relatives., Miss M. Willis of tho stall of iiy ron Bay Public School, is spending her holidays in Grafton. Miss Mary Morris, teacher on thq staff of Ewingsdalc School, left for Sydney to spend May holidays. Mrs. J. C. McKenzie, of Kingslcy Street, Byron Bay, accompanied by hor son Gordon, is spending a holiday with relatives at Gatton Experiment al College, Queensland.. Mr. Allistcr McKenzio is spending a vacation at Byron Bay, as thq guest of his uncle, Mr. J. C. Mc Kenzio . ; , | i ! Mr. Gilbert^ Ainsley, who has boon sponding an extended vacation in our southern capital, has returned home. Mrs. Bella Roilly has returned to Byron Bay ...