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ST. PAUL'S GUILD [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
ST. PAUL'S GUILD The June mooting was held at the Byron Bay roctory. Most of tho mem bers and all the officers were present. A report was mado on the success ful evening held, in conjunction with tho G.F.S., on the 1st inst., and pre liminary arrangements were mado for the second of the scries of evenings to be held on July 20th. The afternoon was spent in tho pre paration of hospital bandages. Tho postponed bridge evening was fixed for Thursday next. Mrs. Gerry enter tained tho members at afternoon tea.
BRUNSWICK HEADS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
BRUNSWICK HEADS Mr. Frank Wakely left by Tuesday's train for a visit to Sydney. Without his sorviccs in tho crib match at Mul lum on Tuesday night, 'Alby' cap tained our side to a record victory. So tho old saying 'silence is golden' doesn't alway8 count. All district residonts and holiday makers at tho Heads will greatly ap preciate the untiring efforts of tho Lismore Ambulance people, to assist in treating, on the spot, all and sun dry ills and casualties — and congratu. late them on their latest project: the building of a permanent structure for the convenience of officers and pati ents. Now that the tenders will soon bo accopted for the building of the South Arm footbridge, the contractor will have no trouble in securing a , staff from the Heads, as there is available some good and willing workers here. Brunswick Surfers defeated Mullum on tho sand track last Saturday. So far, I haven't heard of any protest. Not many matches played on tho riv ers this season that hasn't finished...
BILLINUDGEL QUEEN COMPETITION CONCLUDED £135 RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
BILLINUDGEL I QUEEN COMPETITION CONCLUDED I £135 RAISED. The Quee* competition, which has been running for the past throe fonths, came to a close on Thursday night, when over 200 adults were pre sent. Visitors were in attendance from as far afield as Wardeell to Mur wilJumbah. The three candidates were Miss Jean Poynting (ITvS.^.Iif.A.), Miss Mar garet Meaney (P. and C.) and Miss Eya Ta^jjett (M.U.lj.O.Oj^. ) . The competition closed at 9.30 and the sum reealised Was £135/5/11, which must be very gratifying to everybody concerned. The following is tlie result: Miss Jean Ponting (R.S.S.I.L.A.), £75/7/3, 6293 votes. Miss Margaret Meeaney (P. and C.) £12/5/6, 3382 votes. Miss Eva Taggett (M.UJ.O.O.F.), £17/3/2, 1413 votoes. The School of Arts share is £04/8/6. Mr. G. Lindsay, manager E. S. and A. Bank, Mullumbimby, checked the takings. CORONATION CEREMONY. The Coronation Ceremony, in which Mr. and Mrs. Krippner and Miss Meaney had trained the children to a high standard of perfection, ...
VERITABLE DEATH TRAP. BURRINGBAR-STATION STREET INTERSECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
VERITABLE DEATH TRAP, BURRINGBAR-STATION STREET INTERSECTION. Some forty to fifty school children walking eight to ten abreast, cross the roadway at the Ea'ilway Hotel inter section each school day at 9 o'clock, following the arrival of the soutliorn train. 'That corner presents a veritable death trap,' commented a Mullum bimby resident yesterday morning when the children crossed into Bur ringbar Street. The samo person said he had previously noticed cars speed ing along Burringbar St., towards the railway and stop just' in time to avoid a serious collision with the children. It is the opinion of many people that the council or tho police should take some action to overcome tho dan ger which exists. A patrol should be formed ? to direct the traffic .
CROQUET MULLUMBIMBY V. CASINO. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
CROQUET MULLUMBIMBY V. CASINO. On Wednesday, Mullumbimby ladies journcd to Lismore and engaged the Casino club in Pennant and Shield games. Casino ladies were victorious in both fixtures. Details: PENNANT SINGLES, Mrs. Brooker 26 v. Mrs. Matthews 23. Mrs. Henville 24 v. Mrs. Raphael 26. DOUBLES Mrs. McNauglit and Mrs. Torrens 11 v. Mrs. L. Raphael and Mrs. Dut ton 26. SHIELD SINGLES. Mrs. Ward 21 v. Mrs. Ellis 26. Mrs. Starr 26 v. Mrs. L. Eapliael 24. DOUBLES. Mrs. Latter and Mrs Armbruster 15 v. Mrs. Eapliael and Mrs. Baker 26.
The Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
Tiio Salvation Army, Friday, 7.30 'p.m.: Open - air. Saturday, 7.15 ;p.m. Open Air; Pray. ti Meeting 8 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 7.30 p.m., Salvation mooting. Tuesday, 3 p.m., Home League, Meeting for Women only. Sunday School, .Mullumbimby 2.30 p.m.;. Wilson's Creek, 2.30 p.m. Main Arm 2.30 p.m. A. W. Palmer, Captais.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
WESTINGHOUSE THE QUALITY RADIO A PEW OF OUR PRICES AND TERMS— THEY ARE UNBEATABLE, MODEL 56T, 5 Valve, Electric. Broad, cast, 19 Guineas. Deposit £1/19/-. MODEL 15GT, 5 Valve, Electric Broad cast. £23/10/-. Deposit £2/7/-. MODEL 25GT, 5 Valve, Electric Dual Wave. £27/10/-. Deposit £2/15/-. MODEL 2G0, G Valvo, Electric Dual Wave. £38/10/-. Deposit £3/17/-. MODEL 27G, 7 Valve Electric Dual Wave. £43/10/-.' Deposit £4/7/-. BALANCE SPREAD OVER YEARS. BACKED BY A MIGHTY NAME WESTINGHOUSE, MERV ENGLERT ?PHONE 107. AGENT, BYRON BAY, W. JOHNSON AGENT BANGALOW. WE ALSO RUN THE FAMOUS: STROMBERG CARLSON SERVICE BY W. JOHNSON, Banga low-12 Years' Radio Experience. BYRON BAY CHILDREN HIGHLY INTELLIGENT. REMARKABLE PROOF. The teacher stood before the class, (A man of great attraction). He said, 'Now boys, cut out the noise and define 'satisfaction.' The answer came, both loud and strong Prom thirty-five suppliers: Please sir,' they said, 'It's what you get When you buy your goods at Bryers'. ' R...
FLICK TROPHY BYRON BAY TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
FLICK TROPHY BYRON BAY TEAM. The following rinks will represent Byron Bay v. Bangalow, at Bangalow on Saturday next, 13th June. Cars leave green at 1.30 x-.m. R. J Clarko, T. A. Browne, G. F. Gib son, A. Everest. B. Bannister, H. Esilinan, W. C. Lano, N. Woodbine. W. Wall work, C-. Pendergast, J. Hal' eltt, E. Browncll. J. R. Lousada, H-. Myers, C. J. Mc Dermott, J. C. McKenzie.
P. & C. ASSN. MULLUMBIMBY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
P. & C. ASSN. v MULLUMBIMBY MEETING. Mr. S. H. Lee (president) occupied j the chair . at the monthly meeting of the Mullumbimby ParcntB and Citi zons' Associaion, held on Monday night. Others present included Mes dames Eorbes, Lee, Dalrymple, Venn, Fen wick and Messrs Johnson, Smith, Mott, Walpole, Mackay and tho sec retary, M. Flint.. The Department ot J^aucaiion uu vised, in repy to a request by tho As sociation, that an additional teacher had been added to the Primary clas ses at tho school. The Mullumbimby Creek Parents and Citizeisr Association, wroto stat ing that following complaints by mem bers of their Assn. regarding the dan ger of children of Mullumbimby School using the roadway and traffic bridge from the school to tho town in lieu of the footpath and bridgo provided, it was decided to request the Mullumbimby Associaion to re ceive a deputation with a view of having something done to alleviate tho danger. Mrs. Dalrymple moved that the do putation be received at' ...
BANGALOW TALKIES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
BANGALOW TALKIES At tho Bangalow Talkies on Satur day night will bo seen 'Here's to Ro mance' a film which includes seve ral fine songs and some remarkable dancing; in fact, those that are sung by Nino Mar Martini will be remem bered long after, and lie is supported by many stars of radio, opera, bal ,let, stage and screen. The supporting^ picture will be 'Tough Guy,' with Jackie Cooper and the wonderful dog Rin Tin Tin, in a picture you have probably never seen faster, and with more adventure and thrills Fancy a boy, a dog, and a hunted criminal as (joniradfts. What probabiilties. There will also be screaming com edy and coloured cartoon. Surely a big night's entertainment. '
POLICE COURT BANGALOW [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936
POLICE COURT BANGALOW Before Messrs J- N. Ferguson and . II. Weir, J's.P., on the 4th June, Henry Gladstone King and William la lc Knowles, were charged that they did ? carry on the business of a haw ker without a license. Both pleaded guilty and were find 10/- each or 24 nouis hard labour. STEALING VALUABLE WATCH. Before Messrs J. N. Ferguson and J. G. Snow, J'sP., George Graham j Wood, was charged with stealing a lady 'a gold watch, valued £15/15/-, | the property of Mrs. Annie Clarke. | Defendant pleaded guilty and was sentenced to three months' hard la- . bour in Grafton gaol.