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POLICE COURT BYRON BAY. ACCUSED MEN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
POLICE COURT BYRON BAY. ACCUSED MEN COMMUTED FOR TRIAL. y Before Messrs R. ' Brownell and S. Aust'on, J 'sP., the defendants Smith, Brown and Ryan, who yere remanded for eight' days from last Court day, appealed for trial on Wednesday af ternoon, for . breaking and entering the premises of Anthony and George FerOs, trading as Feros and Feros, Byron Bay, and stealing money, and eoods to tho value of approximately £9/15/-. The robbery took place on May 31st. Sergt. Smith represented the Police. PU'ajing guilty., and after formal evidence had been taken, the three accused - were committed for trial at the next quarter sessions at Liinsore on the 18.h August, 1936. Peter Saniios, . an employee of the firm said: 'I was as usual at the shop on ? Monday morning following the robbery. I went through tho shop to open the back door. I saw a win doy open, the glass out and putty, removed. The cash register had been emptied of its contents. Tobacco was . missing 'from the store room.. To the Be...
BYRON BAY TALKIES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
BYRON BAY TALKIES ^ 'One Night of Love' which will be presented at the Literary Institute on ?r'nttay and Saturday night, still holds the world's record as far as a talkie is concerned for a long run. 'One Night of Love' ran for 40 consecutivo weeks and during that period was screened 700 times and ueany 400,000 viewed the uicture nt The Liberty. ' ? The picturo is still creating records wherever screened.' ? 'Welcome Home' is the supporting feature and stars the irrespressiWo James Dunn aud Arliue Judge, iii a breezy and hilarious comedy. The usual Cartoon and Newsreels will also be screened. On Wednesday, June 17th 'The Big Stampede' will' be screened aa is one of tho most colourful Western dramas seen for some time. John Wayne is featured. 'Double Door' is tho supporting feature with Sir Guy Standing and Evelyn Venable iu tho leading roles. 'Double Door' is packed with mys t'ery and excitement and is -screen en tertainment of the highest order. ' ; ' I
BRUNSWICK HEADS PUBLIC SCHOOL. WEEK-ENDING 5/6/[?]6. (Emily Martin, Editress). [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
BRUNSWICK HEADS PUBLIC SCHOOL. WEEK-ENDING 5/C/^. (Emily Martin, Editress). The holidays and wet weather havo prevented us from sending in our re port for a few weeks. Empire Day was celebrated on ths 22nd May. Though it was a wet day we had a good time in tho local hall. The various competitions caused much amusement for us and our parents. SIXTH CLASS. The best work in Arithmetic for J this Week was done by Emily Mar- . tin, Nancy Leslie and Hazel Coleman. Les Lofts and Emily Martin did the best work in dictation. Emily Martin did very well in the history tost. FIFTH CLASS. Bernie Dennis, . Eeg Fischer, John Wakely and Jack Bashforth did very good work in arithmetic. In dictation Ailsa Dunstan and Alan Taudy got the noughts. FOUETH CLASS. The leadig pupils in arithmetic thia week were Betty Wakely anl Edna Martin.. In dictation, Edna Martin anl Betty Wakely got no errors. THIED CLASS. Arithmetic: Helen Forluum, Eeg Gibson, Lola Tideswell, Leslie Fischer and Dariy O'Meara. Diitatio...
TEA MEETING & CONCERT AT MAIN AM. PRESBYTERIAN FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
TEA MEETING & CONCERT . AT MAIN AM. PEESBYTEEIAN FUNCTION. The attendance at tiio Presbyterian tea meeting and concert held in the Durrumbul Hall on Wednesday night, exceeded all expectations, and it was found necessary, at the serving of tea, to provide for three sittmgB. Later, when the programme was com menced many were unable to find seats and were forced to stand. The visitors were welcomed by llov. J. w. Miller., The musical programme was as fol lows: ? ? Piano duet, 'Irish Diamonds,' Misses T. Jarvis and C. Mott; High land Fling, Misses M. Roberts and Fay Matlieson; Recitation /'Grand mother's Photo Album,' Mrs. Krip pner; Instrumental Enjsemble (Pley cll), Mr. G. D., Master Bill and Miss Marion Bridgland; Coiutralto solo, 'Sing Me to Sleep,,' Miss Olive King; Tenor solo, 'Prairie Moon,'' Mr. Geo. Fcinvick, Jr.; Piano and vo cal item, 'Old Black Joe,' and en core 'Long, Long Ago,' Miss Kath Garrard and Miss M. Kennedy; Bari tone solo, 'Povince',' Mr W. Brown; Humorous...
FOOTBALL BYRON COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
FOOTBALL BYRON COMPETITION* The defeat of the leaders and full competition points being gained by the last team on the list on tiacardsy iius again evened up no Byron com petition. Mullumbimby went down to .Brunswick Surl'ors, 14-3 and Bjllinud gel won on a forfeit from Byron Bay who were unable to mustor a. te*m owing to the industrial concerns working. Mullumbimby and Surfers e&eh have gained b premiership points and Byron Bay and Billinudgel are level With 4 each. MULLUMBIMBY y, SURFERS. Suifeis' -victory at Brunswick Heads was not a surprise as Mululm bimoy were weakened turough several Regular players being caQed on to , play in the O 'Connor Cup match in Lismore. Neither side played np to form and tho game suffered as a. re sult as a spectacle. J. Mortimer (j»re surfers a major share of the ball ball from the scrums, and this prov ed a winning factor. Mullumbimby tticd three hookers against Mortimer but without success. J. Walkley, G. Phillips, H. Korseh and Col Walker...
Debutantes Ball COLOSSAL SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
Debutantes Ball 'COLOSSAL SUCCESS. Th,© Hospital Ball, head in the Literatry Institute, Blyron Bay, last night, and' organised by tho mem bers of tho Byron Bay branch of the Lismore Base Hospital Auxil iary, via, s a, colossal success, both, socially and financially. For some weeks the members ? have been untiringly working for the success of this annual effort, and the result is one -which they; might well be proud of. | It is approximately fifteen years J since the ladies of Byron Bay, ably led by Mrs. A. Foster, who was the. inaugural president, and has carried the burden of that position from then on, formed a guild for the purpose of raising funds and providing material assistance for Lismore District Hos pital and' although each year they havo held a most creditable ball, last night's function was voted by all, their crowning success Although decorations were not per mitted by the hall committee, the gay and fascinating variety of colourings in the frocking, entirely compensat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
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FOUND UNCONSCIOUS ON ROADWAY. BANGALOW RESIDENT HIT BY CAR? [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
FOUND . y NcoNSGioy s ON ROADWAY. BANGALOW RESIDENT HIT BIT CAE ? Apparently the victim of a hit- I andirun motorist, Mr. CliaM.es F. iBt.pHans, chemist, a. well-known Bangjalow identity, was found in Byron Street, Bangalow, at 7.30 ' last niglit in a!n unconscious con dition. He was found by Mr. Bunny Gulli ver of Lismore, who saw the feet of a man protruding on 'the bitumen roadway opposite the bowling green Light rain was falling. Stephens was admitted to Byron Hospital suffering from extensive lac erations and concussion, and though lie had regained consciousness his con dition at 10.30 was reported to be serious. The police at that hour had not been able to obtain a statement from him. [ _ It is thought Stephens was proceod -ng J1'8 .1.c8|^onc!e . to 9hop i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
Appreciation cMr. Cyril tjalpin J sincerely thank a;ll those who so kindly helped stop the flames of the recent serious fire from destroying his Wild ing. ? ^ .. Gyril Halpin ^Draper & Jytereer ' Byron ^ay ' I ' 1 1 ? ; ' 1 '? 1 _? == ' - , 1 ' I.S? I' FOR BETTER MANCHESTER WARDS' VALUES ARE OUTSTANDING PillowCases, tapes ? ? ? ? 9d. and -I0y2 each Housewife, ? ? ? ? ? ? I/- & 1/3 Traced and Hemstitched, ? ? 1/9 each Single Bed Unbleached Sheets, } ? ........... 5/1! pair Double Bed Unbleached Sheets, , ? ? 7/11 pair Wbite Single Bed Sheets, guaranteed 3 years 12/11 pair Double Bed Sheets, ? ? 18/11 pair Unbleached Sheeting, 54in. ? ;??? ?/- Unbleached Sheeting, 80 inch ? 2/3 Colored Towels, ? ? '/'J/!] ^ ^ ^ White Towels, ? ? y ? * . '/6 '/9. 2/6 All Linen Tea Towelling, ? ? ;?????. !/3 Yard C B Tea Towelling, ? 1/6 yard Typed Tea Towels . ? ? ? : ? 1/6 each Colored -Flannelette, ? 9d. & 10 yard Challange Blankets for Quality, all sizes in stock Cash Grocery...
BYRON BAY PUBLIC SCHOOL. EMPIRE DAY SPORTS. INFANTS' RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
BYRON BAY PUBLIC SCHOOL. i EMPIRE DAY SPORTS. - INFANTS' RACES. Boys 5J . to years: 1 George Morri son, 2 Brian Harris, 3 Trevor Harri son; 6-6J years, 1 Geoff. Larsson, 2 Bruce Aimfield, 3 Geo. Wooldridge ; 6J-7 years, 1 Gordon Stone, 2 John Barnes, 3 Kevin Simpkins; 7-74 years,' 1 Graeme Timperley, 2 Eon Martin, 3 Byron Eobertson; 7J-8 years, 1 Aub rey McNauglit, 2 Keith Dooley, 3 Fred Armfield. Girls: 5J-6 years, 1' Joy Olive, 2 Coral Kedzlie, 3 Barbara Mclnnes ; 6-0} years, 1 Gladys Eobertson, 2 Bar bara Warne, 3 Joan McCormack; 6i 7 years, 1 Nancy Walker, 2 Shirley Foster, 3 Joan Fraser; 7-74 years, 1 Eileen Phelps, 2 Euth Gray, 3 Una Littlecliild; 74-7 years, 1 Betty Olive, 2 Ethel Pledger, 3 Alison McKenzie. 1 GIRLS' RACES. Under 13, 1 Lome Kay, 2 Beryl.} Mildenhall, 3 Nada Nibbs; 13 years and over, 1 Hazel Swan, 2 Jean' Olive 3 Beryl Eafter.. 3rd and 4th class champion: 1 Nola Olive, 2 Heather Mclnnes, 3 Mavis Wooldridge. 5th and 6th class champion: 1 Lome - Kay, 2 Hazel Swa...
EMPIRE DAY AT TOOLOND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
EMPIRE DAY AT TOOLOND. , , Empire Day celebrations^ were car ried out at Tqolond .under ideal wea ther conditions on Saturday, May 30. Tli response of the parents towards raising funds for the sportion portion, prike giving-, sweets, fruit, etc., to 'make the picnic the success 'it was, was unanimous. Various competitions ?were held which Were responsible for considerable income, and as a 'result, the school children participated in one ot the best picnics yet. ?Patriotic items iwero rendered by the children following the National Autacm, as. follows: Speech by Will bharpc, 'The Empire'; Advance Australia Pair, by the pupils; recita tion by Cathie Bishop, 'My Country' ree.totiou by Ron Jacobson, 'Play the Game' ; Kipling's Recessional Hjnin, by the pupils. The children were then addressed appropriately by Eev. Tilghman, Mr. Les Lindsay and teacher, Mr. J. Camp bell, on Empire matters. A vote of thanks was accorded the Rev. Tilghman and Mr. Lindsay at the instance of Mr. Campbell, wh...
CHURCH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
CHURCH NEWS At St. Andrew 's Presbyterian Church Mullumbimby, the quarterly celebra tion of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, will take place t the morning service next Sunday. In the evening a special Missionary Service .will be held. Samuel and An drev;1, two native teachers from Malo, New Hebrides, accompanied by Mr. H. A. Bridgen, vice-Convener of the For eign Mission Committee, will take part in the service. The teachers will speak read, sing and pray in their own lan guage and in English. They have spoken in many Churches in N.S.W. and their work has been very valuable in stimulating support to Overseas Missions.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
PERSONAL Mrs. E. C. Ellem, : of Kyoglo is spending a holiday in , Mullumbimby as tne guest of her brother and sister in-la.t, Mr. v alid Mrs. E. V. Nelson. Mrs.- Bannister, of Bohdi, Sydney, is the guest of Mi's.;, 7 C. Pearce, Court House Hotel, 'Mullumoimby. Mr.' Ted Fisher, of: the ?Mullumbim- by Cup team, who displayed remark aole fortitude -.' duriig last week-end's game by playing in. the . closing stages when the play was particularly hard, with a fractured jaw,- still bears signs of the hardness of the battle, but we hope to see him back in the ranks quickly., : ? ^ji1 Mesdauies M. Uptin and F. Stenner are visiting tort ,'Macquarie. Mi\ Max Pea.rse, who also played with the locals last week 'found liis chest uncomfortable throughout Mon day last aud an X-Ray examination in Lismore on. Tuesday, revealed fractur ed ribs. : Mr. Bill Bailey, who was formerly attached to the local branch of the Commercial Bank of Sydney and now of Double Bay, Sydney, is renewing acquaintances at ...
BANGALOW A. & I. SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
BANGALOW A. & I. SOCIETY The monthly meeting of the Ban galow A. and I. Society took place on Tuesday 'niglit, at the Secretary's office. The president (Mr, K. Dudgeon), occupied the chuii.'. and othera presi ent were Messrs J. G. Snow, W. S. Ravs. W. G. Murphy, S. L. Cook, H. Young, II. D. Alcorn, .VV. T. Gay, W. Rankin, F. O'Meara, A. O'Meara, W. C. Taylor, S. Wilson, II. Wamc, E. Shackell and J. N. Ferguson. The president reported that he had interviewed the lady stewards regard ing the revision of prize schedule, and they had decided to leavo it as it was last year. A letter was received from Miss Bunter, resigning her position as stewardess, and Mr. Snow moved that her resignation be accepted with regret. Mr. Taylor, in seconding the motion, said that she had been a splendid workers for many years, and they would all be sorry to lose licr valued assistance. f An interum report of the ball was presented, and as all tho tickets had not been accounted for, they could only ...
DIGGERS' BALL AT BANGALOW [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
DIGGERS' BALL ?AT BANG-ALOW Monday night next, the loth June, brings tho big event of the year. Tho Diggors ? committee have made all final arrangements and everything points to a large attondancc. Ballina Jazz .Band will, supply the music, playing some of those good old time War Melodies. The' supper, which includes poultry and all other delicacies, will be a fea ture of the entertainment. Frco gifts .will, be given away ev ery 10 minutes throughout the night to lucky ticket holders. .Remember, at last year's function, 500 attended and ' spoke volumes for the function, so that is why the Diggers are a,gain requested to have a similar function. All roads will lead to Bangalowi on Monday, June 15th. Be in the push and follow the crowd.,