Tweed Daily (Murwillumbah, NSW), Sat 21 Oct 1916, p.4
The Military Exemption Court sat yesterday at the Court House, before Mr. H. F. W. Fletcher, P.M., when claims for exemption from military service. ....
Harold S. Brown, farmer, Palm Vale, in applying for exemption said he had four brothers, two of whom had already enlisted. The two remaining brothers were married. Applicant was keeping his parents, and was looking after his brother's farms. Temporary exemption for a month granted.
Tweed Daily (Murwillumbah, NSW), Thu 16 Feb 1928, p.2
Whilst engaged removing fallen trees from the Cudgera-Palm Vale road yesterday, Mr. Harold Brown had the misfortune to get his left hand caught in a pulley block, as a result of which he lost portion of three fingers. He was admitted to hospital at Murwillumbah. 
Tweed Daily (Murwillumbah, NSW), Thu 02 Sep 1937, p.4
After a residence of 30 years in the Reserve Creek district, Mr. Harold Brown has removed to Tygalgah. During his residence at Reserve Creek he had taken a keen interest in all matters for the good of the district.
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