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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

Buy Gilleapie's Flour at Bryorn'. a j JJEMSTITCH1NG, same day uoirioe, ' Miss Nelson, Muliumbimby. j 2 OOUKbJi Meals at Miss' Nelson'* Central Cafe — 1/6. Phone 3, Bur rinlar Streot, Muliumbimby. WANTED to Rent 50 to 100 Acres - suitable for dry. run or agist ment for 20 cows; handy Muliumbim by. Send particulars A. B.C. .this office . ? ? . ? ( WANTED, Married Couplo, wagos; must bo good milkors. Soparato fcouso, start at onco, or, 1st July. Apply . J. Bridger, Wilson's Creek. j 3-Pint Aluminium Kettles, 8/9 at Bryors'. Will you have 'The Missing Link'! RENDERS FOR SPLIT POSTS. Tenders are invited for splitting and erecting passion vine posts an area of two (2) acros. Posts to be 9ft. long. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Apply J. R. H GAG GIN, Main Arm, Muliumbimby. QOMMON WEALTH OF AUSTRALIA DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. Public offers, closing with tho Sec retary, Department of the Interior, Canberra, at noon on Monday, 22nd June, 1936, are invited for the leas i...

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 — 16 June 1936

J. P. WALKER Winter Sale : GENUINE BARGAINS Do. you want a nicc. EVENING ? . FliOCK, well cut, latest shades FBOM 17/0 Each. . Ladies' COSTUMES, usual 35/0. NOW 25/G. Ladies' WINTER COATS. Usual ....... 37/0. NOW 28/0. -Ladies' CABDIGANS. Usual 10/6. SALE 8/0. Ladies' Flanneletto PYJAMAS. Usual 4/11. NOW 4/6. Men 'a WINTER COATS. Usual 27/0. NOW 21/6.. Men's CARDIGANS, 17/6. SALE . 14/6. ; lt2 Girls' WINTER COATS, 10/11. SALE 8/6. Girls' PYJAMAS, all CLEARING PRICES. Girls' Wool PULLOVERS, 3/11, SALE 2/11. BLANKETS, DOWN QUILTS, all REDUCED PRICES. Plain and Figured FLANNEL ETTES., DRLod FLANNELS. . Men's and Boys' PYJAMAS, all TO CLEAR, 3/- and 4/6. Men's Long Sloevo FLANNEL ETTE, SHIRTS, 8/6. SALE 6/0 Fleecy SINGLETS at 2/- Each ALL WINTER LINES AT BIG REDACTIONS — ! CALL AND GET YOUEJSHARE OF BARGAN8. J. P. WALKER Why Pay More!

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOL JUBILEE EX-STUDENTS' BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

SCHOOL JUBILEE | .EX-STUDENTS' BANQUET. ; All ex-Students and members of tho public wishing to attcnod the ExStu dents' Banquet to be held in the Memorial School of Arts on Friday, 26th June, are requested to notify Mr. Claude Lindsay, not lateer than Sat urday next, 20th inst. A nominal chargo jB beinf made for local residents, and it is dosirod that the 'comniittoo should know tho num ber who will' attend so that pr- ,iou may bo madpx

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KEY OF THE DOOR [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

THE KEY OF THE DOOR Mri and Mrs. Fred Dawes, of Shir ,ley Street,. Byron , Bay, entertained several' friends at their' residence on Saturday, to celebrate the coming of age, of their daughter, Ivy. ? Conspicubus in tlie place of honour was a beautiful ' birthday cake, the handiwork of Mr. Percy Stond. Miss Dawes tendered i^o cutting of the . cake and after the usual toasts and honours and much advice as to what 'Ivy' should do when she has her vote, the merry party dispersed.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOY SCOUTS MULLUMBIMBY GROUP EXECUTIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

BOY SCOUTS MTJIiXitJMBIMBY GROUP EXECU* '' TIVE MEETING*, A meeting of the Ex«eutir» of ft# Mu:lumbimby Boy Scoutg Groug was held on Monday nigfit. Arrangements in connection with-, the camp to be held here towards the end of August were discussed, th« secretary, Mr. R. W. Norris, report ing that application had boen tnad# to the Show Society for tha Tine ot tho showground r Warrants were received for t£# Scout, Mnfifpr AssiflffiTif UiafAn 1 and Cub Master. These will be presen ted on a suitable occasion to be ar ranged. Mr. Norris explained that a troop would bo ro-forming patrols when 1 four full patrols of eight members would be functioning. Matters relating to the camp in Lismore ire re finalised and it is ex pected that the Assistant Scout' Mas- ter Harkness will atteend from this ?centre. It was deecided that the local scouts march in tho School Jubilee procession on June 20, The Secretary's action in securing the use of the old 'Star' building as Troop Headquarters, was endor...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MULLUMBIMBY DIGGERS MONTHLY MEETING OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

MULLUMBIMBY DIGGERS MONTHLY MEETING OF - MEMBERS. - ' . ? - Mr, W. Flanagan presided over tho - reguiar moniiuy meeting ox Mulium bimby Diggers oil Tnursuaj' niglit There was a fair attendance ot mem bers present. :? It jvas decided that a conference to discuss tho formation of a district council would be- hel-J at Mullumbim- v oy on Thursdav next. An invitation from Lismore branch for a branch team to compete in a rifle match on Tuncester range on 5th - July was referred to Mr. G. D. Bridgland, of the Muliumbimby Rifle - Club. , Tho sqcrejary, Mr, W. Mackay, re- ? ported that tho membership had not! yet reached last year's total of 69. Ho hoped, however, that additional - : members would join.. Mr. A. McCowan referred to the departure of Mr. H. Wilton, for Too woomba. Mention was made of tho splendid work rendered by Mr. Wilton and it - was decided to rocognise this at a later date.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLORIN AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

FLORIN AFTERNOON A most enjoyable afeernoon ' was spent at Foster's Esyl.unade Cafe om Friday last, when Mesdames Vric Wright and F. Playford organised a Florin Afternoon in aid of tho Meth odist Ladios ' Church Aid funds. Ap proximately forty ladies were present. t During the afternoon many novel competitions were arranged to enter tain tlio guests. . One competition, ' ' Street Signs, ' ' was won by Miss Johnston, of Skinner's Shoot, and an 'Anatomy competition' being won by Mrs. J. McGourlick, of Byron Bay. Misses Nerida and Be.verley Browne delighted those present with one of their dual dances, while Miss Kitty Bartrim rendered an elocutionary num ber.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUVENILE BALL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

- JUVENILE BALL The juvenile ball conducted on Fri .day last ' by the Agricultural 'bocioty was attenued by a large number of uiiildioii. They all seemed to enjoy themselves and romped until nearly midnight. Tnere were several fancy costumes worn and much interest was display ed during the grand march and judg ing. The prizes wore awarded' as follows: Bost dressed girl undor-10; M. Coburn; (boy), Gooff James; best dressed girl over 10, Betty James ; boy, Craig Lindsay; most original eostume, B. Lindsay j most comical, Sherry Bro thers (divided); bost dressed couple, under 10, Ruth and B. James; over, 10. ( Craig Lindsay and Betty James,,

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
O. H. LOWE CUP. BROKEN HEAD v. ST. PAUL'S B. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

O. H. LOWE CUP. V ' BROKEN HEAD y. ST. PAUL'S \ B. GRADE. Played at Broken Head. Details: Mrs. Ciooks and E. Hamilton v. Mrs— Hicks and K. Keeeii, 3/6, Miss Bennett and Bartlett v. Mrs. '? Johnson and Holden, 6/4., * Bartlett and Smith v-. K. Keoch and Rays,. 4/6. Hamitlon and Coulton v. J. Fen wick and Holden, 6/3, Mrs. Crooks and Miss Bennett v. Mrs Hicks and Mrs. Johnson, 6/3. Bartlett and Smith v. Fenwick and Holden, 6/3, ' Couiton and Hamilton v. Keech and Rays, 6/3., Miss Bennett -and Smith v. Johnson - and Fenwick, 6/3. Mrs. Ciooks and Couiton v.' Hicks and Rays, 1/6. Won by Broken Head, 6 sets 44 games to 3 sets 37 games. Homo capt.j A. Couiton; visiting capt., J. Fenwick

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

In many jvays, . ' - J You!ll find it pays, . . * . ? I To shop at BRYERS. j . , . j ? - ? ? CARS FOR HIRE /t. DAY OR NIGHT V , , ' Brunflwick -^He&d!B-j-MiiUt(mWinby : DAILY SERVICE ' , 1 ( . M. WRAIGHT, Proprietor I. PHONE 179, or I ? ? Great Northern' Pire , LOOK ! TIM HARRIS, 1'iuiterer lost everything in the fire -- has RE- ? OPENED with the best of Fruit and Vegetables, at . . TuyiptRLEY'S Garage GEO. READING ' Bangalow's Leading Storekeepei . STOCKTAKING BARGAINS LEWIS METAL POLISH, 1/ Tin BETTY BRIGHT CLEANER 1/ KEY PATTERN TUMBLERS, Call and Inspect the Stocktaking choose Men's HOLEPROOF Fancy ALL WOOL HALF HOSE, 2/11 and 3/6. Nice Range of Ladies' Flannelette PYJAMAS and NIGHTDRESSES to chose from. STOCKTAKING BARGAINS ' DAD CLEANNER .. .... 6d. Tin ' SUNNS .STAINS ... .. 1/2 Tin 2/6 Dozen Ba,r-ga,ins. -« There are - many to from. Men's Fancy All Wool Worsted TROUSERS .. .. ... 21/- PAIR We have a nice range of Woven . F/ti'ipo ARROW SHIRITS, Golf, and Collar attac...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

moKrmQ A peculiar aet of circamstinetB hay« ariseu in Australian cjciiog. Aoe oely peculiar but also Berious and all be cause in the past certain hign' ofieiais ? ave been guid«d in their judgment by parochial mind# instead ox''-Ti»jri hg ail matters from a broad angle. Tiiere are cortain points readers euould bet* :a mind when reading the following (a) All cycling in Australia u under txie coniiol of the Union Cyeiist# Ij \' / ?»»» aaciifivBa cf the- U.C1.. must observed by its) tranches (ot which Australia is oae), and (c) all decisions of the head body' completely, over-rule local ditto. Whea 1 uruco Small instituted bis Mtlvtra titar Junior Championship, ho restria ied the. age limit to 10 year* aad sa ilor U.C.i. rules, 'all lads under that age are 'independent' and ean rae* where and w-ien they desire without; in any way damaging their ttatna ia futuie yoears. It is quite conceivable lor instance that a! mere '»fcripUag( may on some oeeasi£n accept' a ehal ?enge for a race wit...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS MOULTON CUP—A GRADE. ST. PAUL'S v. ELLAMONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

TENNIS r. MOULTON OUP.-h-A. GRADE. ST. PAUL'S v. ELL AMONG. Following are the scores of tlio above- match played on St, . Paul's *- court, the home 'team mentionod first: Lang and Shrubb -v. Murgravo and Crawford, 6/2. fifi| _ Akers and Egan v. McKenzie and Douglass, 6/5; Mrs. Lennon and Mrs. Shrubb v. Mrs Embury and Miss McNeill, 3/0. . Akers and Egan v. Musgravo and Crawford, 5/6, Slir.ubb and Lang v. Douglas and Mc Kenzie, 6/3,. Mrs. Lennon and Lang v. Miss Mc Neill and Musgrave, 6/1, Mrs. Shrubb and Shrub v. Mrs. Em ' bury and McKenzie4 1/6. Mrs. Lennan and Akers v. Miss Mc Neill and Douglas, -(3/4. Mrs. Shrubb and Egan v. Mrs. Em bury and Crawford, 3/6. Won by St. Paul's 5 sets 42 games to' 4 sets 3&~ games.. Homo Capt., O. Lang; visiting capt., A. Musgrave. HAS-PEENS v. TRIERS. Played at Cavanba. Details: ? .. . --'??? Moulton and Hawke v. Prior and Thickett, 6/4. Moulton and' Hawko v. Stokes and ? Reading, ''6/5. Arthur and Balmer v. Stokes and Reading, 4/6. Arthur an...

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 — 16 June 1936

?V ? ^— ===== , ; ? . i.' WINTER! I Is here with a Vengance Be Prepared j ' MA.LL'AM'9 ; are offering ' ' ^BEST VALUES WINTER COATS OVERCOATS Boys' cheek Tweed Overcoats in colours Fawn and Grey, Double Breasted ' J Style, Sizes: | 2 3 4 5 I MALLAMS PRICE 15/6 & 1 6/6 Youths Overcoats j Figured Tweeds Good Styles, Greys, D. B. Style in the following sizes: 8 9 |0 MALLAM S PRICE 19/11 Mens' NAVY Overcoats Double Breasted Style Sizes as follows 3 4 5 6 7 Usual Price 32/6 ' v. ..v MALLAM S PRICE ? 29/6 ' J Good Quality Tweed Overcoats in the following colours, Fawn, light & dark Greys D. B, Style MALLAM S PRICE 32/6 LEATHER OVERCOATS Genuine Hide Overcoats i Plain Back, Lined throughout, Nigger, brown shade sizes: 3 4 5 6 7 Usual Price £4/4/ MALLAMS PRICE 79/6 ? ? ? ! ' ? ; ? ? ? — ? : ? ? ? ? 7 ? ? FLEECY UNDERWEAR Boys Fleecy lined Singlets Half Sleeves Sizes: 22 to 32 MALLAM S PRICE 1/6 ^ Mens' Fleecy Singlets half sleeves Sizes 34 to 44 . ?? MALLAM S PRICE 2/1 1 :| ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLS FLICK TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

BOWLS FLICK TROPHY. , The Flick Trophy Competition has now reached an interesting' stage, Mul iumbimby and Bangalow having had the same _ number of wins, and each having-- to play a further match with Byron Bay. 'Should Byron Bay win both' of theBe games thefl thq three I clubs will be again equal, and fur there round will be necossary.; On Saturday next the Byron Bay and Muliumbimby . teams meet on the Byron Bay green and -tho following rinks lavo boon selected to represent. Muilumbimby: Johnson, Coburn, A'rinbruster, Fisher. Latto-', Henville, ' Somerville, Lindsay. McNaught, Arnold, Gibson, Stenner Harvey, Largley, Peoples, Hungerford. Each skip :a vespjijibie for trans port arrsi-m mpnW f')r ' 1. own ria%. Cars will Jeavc the Mam Streot at 1.30 p.m. Any player whu will not bt, available is requested to notify tha secretary.:

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Many Beautiful Frocks WORN AT DEBUTANTES' BALL. BYRON BAY FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

Many Beautiful Frocks WORN AT DEBUTANTES' BALL. ? BYRON BAY FUNCTION. On;© of the many features of ? the Byron Bay Debutantes Ball; hell in aid of thg Llsmoro Hospi tal, was the many beautiful frocks worn by the ladies. Spocial mention' must be made of the executive upon whom tho full re sponsibility of the occasion fell, but Mrjs. Foster (President), Mrs. Stan Harrison (Secretary) ably assisted by Mrs. H. Pledger and Airs. J. Foster (assistant secretaries), rose to tho occasion with flying colours. While valuable assistance was rendered by all the members, we must comment on the loyal support of Mrs. W. J. Woods. Mrs. Woods has been a member of the Hospital Auxiliary for many /yca,rs and each eljfort we find her in the throes of the 'work and always with a smile. Supper arrangements were carried through without a hitch, saying much for the capable management. Each debutante found her placo with a place card and the attractive doll presented to each 'deb.' was the handiwork of Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MULLUMBIMBY SHOW BALL SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

MULLUMBIMBY SHOW BALL SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL SUCCESS. The annual Show Ball held ^ the Memorial Hall, Muliumbimby on Thursday last, was a decide rt success. Socially, the function was all that could be desired. The many beautiful frocks worn by the ladies was a Pleasing £ea- ture of the entertainment. Those present included, Mcsdames G Farrar, iloral georgette; W. E. Smith A. S. Co burn, floral mariette, tatt'etta coat; F. W. Kimpton, navy and white suede crepe, velvet coatee; ;F I. Ward iloral mariette, diamante trimmings ; . Vic. Basoett, black net and velvet ; T. Lawrence (Urbenville, pink angel skin, silver lame trimmings; A. -A. James, black taffctta; E. F. James, icebluo matelasse; A. E. Bartlett', green georgette, silver trimmings ; (i. Mallam, Jur., blue meta'lasso with sil ver trimmings; H. Hungerford, old world frock of black tatt'etta; Mrs. N. Stewart,- black embossed satin, gold trimming, h. Mackenzie, black georg ette; L. J. Woodman, apule green brear crepe; Robt. Uiles, a...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENEROUS RESPONSE £46 ALREADY RAISED. SCHOOL JUBILEE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

.GENEROUS RESPONSE £46) ALREADY RAISED. SCHOOL JUBILEE FUND. Mr. Bert Cochrane has met with, considerable success in his canvass for donations towards the School Jub iieo fund. Those, who have already contributed are mostly townspeople and as many country residents are ex-pupils of the school, it is thought they may desire to contribute towards he fund. Those who wish to do so should get into touch with Mr. Cochrane. Amount ' previously acknowledged, £37/8/-. S. Starr (picture benefit), £2/5/-. At £1/1/: S. G. Weebb, G. Cacnrane, Pullinger and Sons. At 10/6: E. V. Nelson, Mrs. Torrens, G. Arkinstall, Percy Bower, A. H. Starr i At 7/6: G... \V. Slogrove-, W. Bat terham..' At 5/-: W. E. Selwood, L. Raywatd At 2/6: Mrs. Blyth., At 2/; V. M. Clark. Total: £46/18/-.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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NORCO LTD. BOARD MEETING. AFTER INSPECTING FACTORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

NORCO LTD. BOARD MEETING. AFTER INSPECTING FACTORIES. A meeting of the Board of Norc.o 'Co-op -Ltd; was held at Byron Bay on Priaay. Tho following directors wero.pres ent: Messrs J. J. Hayter (chairman), vv . G. Rudder, .A . C . Pratt, A . Bu chanan, J. A. Walker, F. Reading, ?H.' D. Alcorn, G. Oliver, W. E. Rob inson, B. Moliae and C. Hogan. ' TVT ..... _i ° . j.i. uuuuston wag ivDscnc, iiav ing boon , called away on account of tuo illnoss of his; mother. Also pros ont wero Mr. W. J. Broadhead (Gen eral Manager) from Sydney, Mr. J. C. McKenzie (District Managor) and Mr A. M, Williams, secretary and as sistant manager. It was decided to re-condition the Wyangerie factory and tho Corndale factory in the near future. The re-conditioning of the Corndale factory was made at the previous meeting and it is likely the work will be put- in hand at an early date. The chaiiimin said that the work was technical and that tlie cost could not be coinuted yet. Norco employeees wifl do tho work. It...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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OBITUARY MR. W. T. McLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

OBITUARY MR. W. T. McLEAN. 1 here passed away at St. Vincent's P.,i. .?» Msmoro, :on - the . 6th June, one of the ~ -pioneers of -the district in ,thq person of Mr.' W. T. McLean, at tne age of 77. The deceased spent: most of his life in the Casino district, wliore he was a familiar, figure,* .well-known and Jiighly , respected: . He was born at Newtown, came to Tabulam as a child and On lGMvilirr fiflinnl of M.a 14, was. apprenticed to' A. C. Simpson, of Casino, as a saddler. After learning his trade he return ed to Tabulam and became a .hotel licensee. In 1893 ho took up residence again at Casino, moved to Bangalow in the 'boom' days,. 'Cut ultimately spent the remainder of his days ot Casino. He is survived by ten children: Pal (Newtown), Jim (Bangalow), William (Melbourne), Frank and Jack (Lis more), Leo (Murwillumbah); Daugh ter are: Alico (Mrs. Sheoky), Mel bourne; Mary Mrs. Scott) Bellingen, Monie (Mrs. Elliot) Casino and Ther esa McLean. I'rank -and William aro returned ' di...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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CHARLIE STEPHENS WELL-KNOWN BANGALOW RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

CHARLIE STEPHENS WELL-KNOWN BANGALOW RESIDENT. . Chas. P. Stephens, the well-known chemist, of Bangalow, who was pick ed up unconscious by the road-side last Thursday night, is in a. quandary as to what actually happened. The whole aitair points to a 'hit- and run' miscreant, judging by tho .knocking about Mr.' Stephens received. The injuries received comprised con cussion, extensive abrasions . to tho xorenead, nose and hands and knees. ' still .in a critical condition, but slightly improved. , Hs many friends anxiously hope that he will eventually pull through alright. The polico are still strenuously in vestigating tho accident, but, being practically void of evidence, their task looks futile.

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