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CELEBRATIONS POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OF WET WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 26 May 1936

CELEBRATIONS PL STPONED ON ACCOUNT OP WET WEATHER. , It was a disappointment to the children that owing to the ? weather, the celebrations had to bo put off for some future date. However the dis ajjpointmeiit ivas somewhat appeasaj when tho Headmaster announced that the children would all lunch at tho school. I According to accounts tlioy all on* ! joyed themselves and are hoping to be favoured with a finj day to she' j the public how much they appreciate 1 Empire Day, and what tho Union .Tack means to all the boys and g';ls iu Australia. DURRUMBUL Despito almost incessant rain, Em piie Day celebrations wore carried out ; with the usual onthusiasm at Durrum- ; bul 011 Friday last. A. most all tho children were pres ent and there was a good gathering of parents and friends. Mr. D. - Gillies, president of the P. and C. Association, presided and in troduced the special speaker for tho day, Rev. P. H. Boltc, of Mullumbim by. Mr. Bolte delivered an inspiring and ho.pful 'addross that was...

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 — 26 May 1936

-i ? ' ? ' 1 USE Our Lubricating Oil 7/= per Gallon at Poolman's Garage I FOE HOT. AND COLD LUNCHEONS ?DINE AT MISS WARD'S REFRESHMENT ROOMS ? BYRON BAY (\ ?' RUIT, CONFECTIONARY, I'ETEES ICE CREAM, TWO-IN-ONES. MEALS AT AI.L HOURS. NORCO SMALL GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. 'PHONE: BYRON BAY 38 GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL BYRON BAY UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. TOURISTS CATERED FOE ONLY BEST BRANDS OP SPIRITS, WINES and LIQUORS STOCKED Have your 'Spot' at the Great' Northern' Hcftel H F KEALV — PT?fYP 'PHONE: BYRON EAY 4. , B.REILLY BAKER JOHNSON STREET BYRON BAY P.O. BOX 16. PHONE: BYEON BAY, 42. OUR VANS DELIVER TO ALL ? ARTS OF THE DISTRICT. PHONE AND WE WILL CALL. ALL ELECTRIC CABINET AND JOINERY WORKS TP You want Higli-Grade FURNITURE or DOORS and SASHES - built faithfully to your own designs, and workmanship guaran teed,SatTsfied Customers are scattered everywhere .throughout tho Ceast. If you cannot call oil us, let us call on you ana. submit prieeg and you will be under no obligation. Select Exclu...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Y.A.L. TOUR [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 26 May 1936

Y.A.L. TOUR Master J. M. McDougall, who ?was Mullumbimby 's representative at tho Y.A.I4. Camp in Sydney during Easter, explains Ms ex perience in thei following arti^e: . When I first heard that someone from Mullumbimby was to bo invit' ed to Sydnoy to tlio Young Australia League Camp, I thought if 1 could only go; but did not think I had much of a chance. However, lucky for me, I was the fortunate one. A few days after, I was chosen tho Y.A.L. aocretary flcnt up a Iwt of. the articles of clothing to bo taken I left Mullumbimby on Wednesday. 9th April, by the North Coast mail train. The trip down was a long and ra ther monotonous one, until we passed Grafton, where the big express engine was coupled on to our- train; then w. teemed to get along much faster . The first thing of interest to me was the Pine Forest on tho Clarence. We saw pine trees in all stages of growth, The seedlings were about 9in. high and the largest being about 15 feet. I did not get a very good view of the Gra...

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 — 26 May 1936

T' 1 ? ? ? ? 2 years Guarantee With the Grimsby Oilcoats No. 1— MID-IIEAVY SINGLE BIDING COATS, WITH CAPE 33/9 ? No. 2— MID-HEAVY HALF LINED SIDING COATS, WITH ? CAPE and STRAP-OViER Wind CUFFS, Leather Reinforced 45/ No. 3-MID-HEAVY FULL LINED HIDING COATS, WIND , CUFFS, FLY FRONT, Leather Reinforced ? 40/ G No. 5— FULL LINED COAT, Leather Bound Edges, WIND CUFFS, Doublo Elbow Pieces, SHOULDER CAPE, RID ING BACK .. .^ ? ? .. ? ? ? 61/6 (Mcn^a REVERSIBLE RUBBER COATS LADIEsj 19/11. Boys and Girls' REVERSIBLE COATS Sizes 24in. to 30in.— 12/G. SPECIAL PRICE 10/6 EACH. ; .youths '-is, li: {SPECIAL PRICE 13/(11 Eacll. . Sizes 32in. and 3-lin. TAN KNEE BOOTS ..19/11 Ladies' BLACK KNEE BOOTS, 12/6 PAIR. . Ladies' GOLOSHES .. 4/11 Pr. Men 'a GOLOSHES .. 5/11 Pr. Boys and Girls' .... 3/11 Pr. G, F. GIBSON £ - Byron Bay \ r/\ , , ? ? , ? ' ' ...... .. . i 'j WANTED, a Girl. Apply P. Walker Senr, J-JEMSTITCIIING, same day service. Miss Nelson, Mullumbimby. J C0UR6E Meals at Miss Nelson'* Cont...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POCKET BIRTHDAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 26 May 1936

THE POCKET J BIRTHDAY PABiY. ! To. mark the occasion of tlio 21st birthday of their son, Mervyn, Mr, and Mrs; ' E,. Warren recently entertained a large gathering ? of friends at theiv residence at The Pocket Visitors were present from all parts of the district and this testified thi esteem in which the family is held. Dancing, cards and games fiilol in a very pleasant evening. A peanut race for ladies caused great amuse ment. . -. The guests were subsequently enter tained at supper, and the usual-lcusts were, honoured. ' ' ' For the toast list an old friend of tho family, Mr. Jim Devereux, acted as, chairman, ... In his introductory remarks, he said that he hopcjl Mervyn, who had now attained las majority would con tinue in good health and prosperity, He advised, liiui to follow in the foot Btei-s of his parents. Mr. Devereux was ably supported by Messrs J. A. Walker, Mr. D. Irv ing, F. Piff and L. Walker, all of wnom wished Mervyn the best of luck and happiness in future years. A l...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Empire Day INCLEMENT WEATHER MARS CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 26 May 1936

Empire Day INCLEMENT WEATHER MARS CELEBRATIONS. The inclemency of thei -weather on Friday last marred the Empire Day celebrations throughout Byron Shire. However, in spite of the unfavourable conditions, the cele ' ^rations -were held in restricted form and in matay instances much good -was. done, MULLUMBIMBY . At tho Mullumbimby School, the celebrations were conducted in the morning, the Rev. P.' F. Tilghman giv ing an address He stressed the value of truth iind honesty in all places of Empire importance. The speaker paid a tribute to such men as Mr. Anthony Eden and Sir Stanley Baldwin as Empire Builders. Patriotic songs were rendered -by the choir, under the baton of Mr. F. J. Mott. Mr. L. G. Johnson, Headmaster, gave a brief outline of the history of ' Empire Day since its inauguration. Miss Bull read an address of good will from the childron of Wales and the reply from the children of N.S.W. Miss L. King gave an address gave an address concerning the home life of tho children i...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADVANCE AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 26 May 1936

ADVANCE AUSTRALIA This includes Byron Bay. The peo plo who oppose town improvements, probably fear an increase in rates. Well, well, there 's nothing to worry about. Just make a point of obtaining all your groceries at Bryers' Quality Shop, and the saving you will effect will pay the oxtra rates, and besides, remember— Bryers for quality, com bined with service and satisfaction.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 26 May 1936

MULLUMB1BY_SH0W BML THE OPENma BALI, or 10 38 BBABOJf and it will set a standard worthy of it* prcdooomOM f FREE BUSES FROM ALL PARTS 01' tHfc DISIKtfJ. BERRY'S STAR 8YNCOPATERS - POtTL*BT BttTttit, TICKETS 5/-. j. y ynssrst LAND SPECIALIST W. A. BACK ? - ? — ? STOCK AND OOMKMBIOV ASSy* AGENCIES: Liverpool and London ana IrnimiK ^ Let a Southern Croat Engine tarn yoor Separator; ti«« rtftaf ttV* economical. %\ H.P. Engine onljr £33. Call *id f.O.BOX 5. PHOSK It GEO. HfeADlfiG Bangalow's Leading Storekeepet Mett22/6°AT SWEATEES and PULLOVKRS, in an Vo»l 9/11 to Men's Navy, Grey ahd Pawn T WEED OVERCOATS ., 35/- Satk 3 r ' We J)Ave o Ful1 Stock of 'SUBBEE KNEE BOOTS and OILSKIN COATS. Our FANCY TWEEDS and WOOL DE CHENES are to b« had la all tho wanted shades. 'Ci'rrvber Requirements ^ *§==$ may &e W-' can supply ljp I jf j {- ?jSBSSS- - 5^-s xa& 6uy only depfirv- Sfl f 'I j ?? J Sable timber, properly fig r?5a seasoned and uniformly KG WA, $raBec5 toe have only tf\e be...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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BANGALOW SHOW BALL ANNUAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 29 May 1936

= . I BANGALOW SHOW BALL ANNUAL BALL. In spite of the wet weather the A. and I. Society held its annual ball last night at the A. and I. Hall. It ? was a thorough success. There was a record attendance of approxi mately 200., Music was supplied by the Ballina Jazz Band. The hall waB niccly decorated by Mrs. Waugh. The ladies ' committee were respon sible for an excellent supper and Mr. Merv. Blanch acted as M.C.

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 — 29 May 1936

GOLF Tho following is tho draw for the | qualifying round of tho championship to be played on Sunday, 31st inst.: 36 holes are to be played and two 18 holes competitions will be played in conjunction. W. T. Walker v. R. Johnson. / ] C. S. Inch v. G. Stacli. / W. G. Farrar v T. E. Duffy. | R. Torrens v. H. -Hungerford. G. Lindsay v. K. Uptin. '' C. Selwood v. G. Mallam. H. Fisher v. A. McKce. G. Hammond v. K. Moyes. W. E. Smith v. A. H. Bartlett. Players are asked to arrange start ing times with their partners, same to be not later than 10.30 a.m for tlie morning round and 2.30 p.m. for the afternoon round. Players handing in the best 8 cards ''off the stick' to qualify. There will be no 'B' grade championship this year, but special competitions 'have been arranged for succeeding week ends to occupy the attention of the players eliminated from the champion ship. Have you seen 'The Missing Link?'

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MULLUMBIMBY GRAND SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 29 May 1936

MULLUMBIMBY GRAND SOCIAL On Tuesday night next, June 2nd, the grand social, organised by Misses M. Walsh and II. Healy, in aid of tho Convent Ball, will be held in the School of Arts, Mullumbimby. Dave O 'Shea's popular Orchestra will sup ply the music for the dancing and a euchre tourney, the prizo for which is 10/-, will be arranged. Tho usual first class supper and some novelty dances will also be on the programme. Buses' will run from all centres and the price of admission will be 2/- only.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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TALKIES IN BYRON BAY [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 29 May 1936

TALKIES IN BYRON BAX 'Street Singers' Serenade,' which will bo presented at tho Literary 111-, stituto on Saturday night is reputed to bo ono of tho finest musical's re leased from the British Studios. Merry musics, Unforgettable d'ancos and lilting songs makes this feature over an hour's delightful entertain ment; you will hear Arthur Tarvey singing ' vvnistiing waltz,' ? Stay Awhile,' 'Stranded,' and six others. In 'Old Kentucky' is the associ ate feature, and is one of tho last two pictures made by tho lato Will Rogers . In this glorious romance of hearts, horses and humor, Will Rogers again reveals that simple humour that has endeared him to tho whole world. This picturo present ono of the most thrilling horseraces over filmed. A Clias. Chase comedy 'Tho Count Takes the Count,' will also be O11 Wednesday, Juno 3rd, ' The Bishop Misbehaves' will be screened, is a gay light-hearted adventure into the mysteries of the underworld. An inveterate reader of detectlvo stories, the Bisho...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRUNSWICK HEADS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 29 May 1936

BRUNSWICK HEADS The week-end rough weather was tho worst here for years. Saturday night's rough sea and high tido were tho worst experienced experienced by tlie oldest residents. Several boats were carried out to sea and smashed to splinters, while an odd ono was re covered, much damaged, despite pre cautions taken by their ownors. Such phenomenal jrougli weather was not expected. _ . . At New Brighton, a fair-sized boat about the build of those wrecked at the mouth of . the Brunswick River yeai'3 ago, has beon partly uncovered by the heavy sea. This is something new to the knowledge of local resi dents. While returning from Byron Bay on Wednesday night, Russ Carpenter and Stan Walker picked up a wounded full-size fox, and needless to say they secured his beautiful skin. After being anchored for weeks in the river here, Mr. Geo. Bell's launch crossed the bar on Thursday, and at onco threw up the sails, bound f6r the Twoed River where he intends to place her on the slips for an overh...

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 — 29 May 1936

Nothing Botter than a Coffoe and Perfect Meat Pie or Toast for a LIGHT SUPPEB, at A. CAPONAS O A F E. Now I am in' tho position to sat isfy your requirements of Con fectionery— 150 yarietios to select from. t - 1 j ?']' Chocolates, the best only.— Ono (Pound Lots, for Saturday nexjt only, at 2/- lb., usually sold at 3/- per lb. Fruit, tho choicest, and prices right. Meals, tho best in town, from 1/6.— -SEE CAPONAS FIEST. j What is 'The Missing Link?' BANANA GROWERS ^ Consign your Sydney fruit to Sang No. 21, tho firm with the grcpt est outlet; 4000 cases weekly. '*' Extensive markets' have been open ed up to cater for increased supplies, - - -v, A ftial will convinca. Stencils at Mis* O. NoMbh's Cafe^ ' , / - v '? or B. ARMSTRONG, RefireeeiltaMva ' 7/- /? { Tweed HeadB. Time that is past thou nover canst recall, Of time to comb thou art not sura at all. Time present only is within thy powor Therefore, now improve the' present' ? ' hour. Shop at Bryers'. ARKINSTALL'S Gash Specials fo...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS FLICK TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 29 May 1936

BOWLS PUCK TROPHY. Owing to tho unfavourable wfiatlier conditions only one match has as yet beon played in collection with the Flick Trophy competition between tho Byron Bay, Bungalow and Mullumbim by Clubs, and several matches liavo been postponed to end of tho fixtures already drawn. Should the weather remain suffici ently fine, n further ' m.-ituli will ho played on Saturday next, 30th inst., between Mullumbimby and Bangalow on the Bangalow greon. ? -The following team has been select ed to represent the Mullumbimby club: Johnson, Coburn, Arnibrustr, Fisher. Harvey, Berry, Somerville, Lindsay. Henville, Arnold, Anderson, Hunger. f ord . McNaught, Barrett, Gibson, Stenner. Cars will leave tho Main Street for Bangalow at 1.30 p.m. Tho skip, of each rink being responsible for trans port arrangements. Any playor who will not be avail able is requested to notify tho Bocro tary without; delay,

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EASTERN TOUGH G.F.S. DANCE. "ENCHANTMENT OF CHINESE GARDEN." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 29 May 1936

EASTERN TOUGH G.F.S. DANCE. ' j 'ENCHANTMENT OF CHINESE GARDEN.' ? =_?' f With pretty decorations and a typi cal Chinese background, added colour to the successful G.F.S. dance in the' school of Arts on Tuesday night last 'when there were about two hundred dancers from all parts of the district present: 'Visitors to the Orient,' wero met at the door by gaily clad Cliineso lad ies and music was played by Adam Sing's Orchestra. Their playing was a feature and their merry-making in creased the popularity of the enter tainment. The members of the orches tra were also in Chinese garb. Around the hall hung multi-coloured Eastern lanterns and various notices in Oriental characters were on the walls. Tho duties of M.C. were en trusted to Kee-Dan-Sing (Miss R. Venn), and in true style, tho brass gong was struck for each announce ment. At the rear of the stage was hung a huge coloured dragon in full array, and this, from one's entry into the hall, gave the dance that Eastern atmosphere. Despi...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUVENILE BALL PRIZES FOR FANCY SETS AND COSTUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 29 May 1936

JUVENILE BALL PRIZES FOR FANCY SETS- AND GOSTUJVEES. i Generous prizes are being offered for fancy sets and costumes in con nection with the Juvenile Ball to be held on Friday, June 12. The function is being conducted as part of the an nual Show Ball and indications already, give promise of the event being' very popular and successful. Prizes are be ini? offered for best dressed set; best dressed pair, over 10 years; best dres ' sed pair under 10 years; best dressed boy under 10 years; best dressed girl 'under 10 years ; best, dressed boy over 10 year; best dressed girl over 10 years; and most comical costume.

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 — 29 May 1936

MR. P. STREET SOLICITOR may bo consultod daily at his office. JOHNSON-STREET, BYRON BAY. S. J. HOSIE, F.I.S. (N.S.W.) 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 Sites, Houses, Farm . Properties, Etc. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED. Your requirements gladly attend ed to. HUNGERFORD & HUNGER FORD SOLICITORS MULLUMBIMBY VISITS BYRON BAY EVERY : THURSDAY ? --' MISS R.VENN DRESSMAKER. has commenced business in . . F. I. WARD'S Buildings MISS NERIDA BROWNE BYRON BAY. Teacher of Toe, Tap, National and Ballet Dancing ' Visits Mullumbimby Every Saturday. 'PHONE 45, BYRON BAY. MAXWELL EYLES SOLICITOB MULLUMBIMBY. 'Phone 62. Consultations by Appointment.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 29 May 1936

I % WARD'S are now showing their full BlHHk range of ~ ? (KtMu/KS ' Sweaters, Pullovers, Lumber Jackets . anc^ Overcoats. All of the newest & Smartest Styles & Colourings. 1 Coa* ^wea*ers' 9-ey and fawn from 10/9 Pullovers, smart patterns, from H/6 ?HNHH Lumber Jackets, good colours, from 18/11 Overcoats . . ? ? nBStlilfe Navy blue, double breasted, pleated back 1111 Wi'- k Price 32/6 1111 it Fawn & Grey Fancy Tweed 35/- 42/ Jtj Fawn & Grey Tweecl' poI° collar taS1 be,t Free Free Free To every child bringing a cash order to our grocery department- for 5/- or more. One fancy box Nestle's Chocolates. Only a limited number ' 'Beatal' Condensed Milk ? ? 2 tins lid. 2 lbs Self Raising Flour, ? ? ? ? ? Prlce _ 5%d. 'ReX' Curried Beef, .......... ? ? per tin 6d. Green Peas, ? ? ? ? ? ????? 4 lbs I/- 'i ? ^^I^NSWO' EMPORIUM f *===== -i ? —i '» W. A. BACK - — - LAND SPECIALIST STOCK AND COMMISSION AGENT AGENCIES; Liverpool and London anfl Globe Insurance Co. ?...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 29 May 1936

PERSONAL The many friends of Mr and Mrs. W. E. Evans, late, of Mullumbimby, will be pleased to hear that Mr Evans has secured an excellent appointment under the Parro Shire Council. From out of more than one hundred appli cants, Mr. Evans was chosen and will be in entire charge of tho Parro I Shire Council plant as from 1st June. Mrs. Evans and her two daughters will be leaving Brisbane .to take up j residence in Cunnamulla in abou' I three months, when their new hoUBe will be completed. I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. May have re turned from a pleasant holiday at Casino. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Graham and their son, accompanied by -Mr. Wheeler of Brisbane, are holidaying at Brunswick Heads. Mr. Graham is a son of Mr, and Mrs, 'J Graham, of Mullumbim by. MULLUMBIMBY GREEK, Mr3. Shannon lias returned to the Clarence after visiting her sister, Mrs. James Bridger. Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Bower wero visitors to Kyoglo last week. Mrs. F. Bower has returned homo after an extended' holiday in Sydney. BANGALOW. M...

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