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For the Man on the Land CHOOSING DAIRY COWS EXTENT OF PRODUCTION [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

For the Man on the Land CHOOSING*DAIRY cows EXTENT OF PRODUCTION The science of animal breeding has made great strides In the past few years, said Mr. A1 D. Buchanan Smith, of the Animal Breediq? Research De partment, Edinburgh Unlvesrity, in an address he pave to the Neilston Ftrmens' Discussion Society - recently. Probably no greater improvements had been achieved in fans live stock in -xecent yeaita than In Hairy cattle, , - e4*pting, perinps, the hen. The reason for this was not far. to seek. The product; of the dairy cow and the % hen, could be fairly easily tneasured. Thdnefore selection for the best could keep close to economise points. In 4 this connection he would lileo to pay { a tribute to the quiet, unostentatious work of the Scottish Milk Recoids Aa fsociation and to these far-sighted pior.e'rs. who founded it. It was not too much to say that tbe supremacy of the Ayrshire cow, as shown at tho recent London Dairy Show, was. in a . * ' great measure, due to the work of th...

Publication Title: South Coast Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

There's no Bunkum ABOUT. ODE GOODS— They're all Dinkum OUR BREAD IS IN EVERYBODY'S MOUTH. ?CAT PIES ARE GUARANTEED SAUBAGE ROLLS JUST THE THING FOR LIGHT LUNCHEONS J. E. MARRABLE, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK SCARBOROUGH ST, NORTMSIDE, SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 2SS. CHILLY WINTER APPROACHES! WOOPS' HOT PIES ?EAT OR FRUIT, . H*-ro the desired effect of wanning «pd stimulating the whole system. Watch for the Cart and secure your supplies. Pba tries. Calces, rnd All Other Refreshments of the Highest Qual. ity on Hand. REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. CHOICEST FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. H. H. WOODS, THE WHITE CAFE. NERANG STREET, — SOUTHPORT. VHONE 375. iij V It pays to come to the right place — ill \ ranTON^ ii Stronger, Deeper, Larger, Better Finished A /t 7 j £L II! | SILKY OAK BEDROOM SU1TE-4 pieces /°! |9 PARTICULARLY note the artistic lines! Comprises 4ft. 61a.« Wardrobe I: ST with 3 doors, and Bevelled Mirror 52 x 14 Inches ; 3*drawcr Dvchess ::: with 24 z 20 Inch Bevelled Mirror: Marble Top Pedestal; 4lt....

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20 "Come to May House" [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20 'Cc«ne fo Illy House' The Idrama of a girl's indiscretions --nd Its result. A story of society's saints anil sin ners. Olive Borden in a drama of bitter ness and beauty. Great woes from little indiscretions Igrow. 'Rellly the Cop' Reilly didn't get his man. exactly, when he went to Europe after him but he got his girl, and It probably suited htm better anyway. As for his man, his man got him— and brought him home after a gay and hectic time on the Continent. It's a rippling, sparking comedy, with touches of drama an/d thrills aplenty. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith (Bris bane) are occupying Fromesk. They will spend three weeks in Southport.

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MONDAY, MARCH 18. "The Man Who Laughs." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

MONDAY, MARCH 18. 'The man Who Lanchs.'' A bendlrvr of the Tctrrible with the Sublime, of the Monstrous with the Magnificent, with Conrad Veidt as Gwynplaine. 'The Man Who Laughs' with the distorted features. In the most rem-rkab'c characterisation ever given to the pdreen. 'ME, GANGSTER.' The river front on New York's East Side-, the tangled politics of a big city, the lack of home lnfleunces in a boy's life — all played prxts in tbe be ginning of a criminal career for Jln-jny Williams; The love of a gfc-1 ends it in a story fall of heart inter est, action and suspense.

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Regnant Theatre SATURDAY, MARCH 16. "Oh Kay." [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Regnant Theatre SATURDAY, MARCH 16. 'Oh, Kay.' Raids at sea — marriage mix-ups — latest styles in dresses and bathing suits — and such a delightful star ! Colleen in her. Jdnd of part — trip- ling for cockney maJri, lady bootlegger and society pet — full of laffs and thrills, is fact just twice as good as 'Sally' and a little bit better, than 'Happiness Ahead,' m, Official Wife.' The dslrk srroufc'ering volcanic flames of Cazrist Russia. Tbe gayv glittering, glamorous lights of old Vienna. An enthrall! rfe melodrama of Europe on thfe brink of war. The Blue Danube! The tragic Volga! A story of two rivers and the currents of sparkling gaiety and siirgirfe relentless power that engulf- . ed woman and her lover: in a mael strom of drama t — 'My Official Wif&'

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Ambulance Social [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Ambulance Social In the delightfully refreshing at mosphere of the roorav balcony, open iife as It does from a spacious drawing loom, an enjoyable dance arid euchre palrty was held at the Ambulance centre on Monday evening in aid of the funds of the local branch of the Q.ALT.B. Mrs. W. S. Barron -applied the music for danfling, l^e euchre tournament was won by Miss E, Cal thorpe, and Mr, W, G, Powell. Supper was served In the dining troom, which was beautified with bowls of Iroses and asparagus plumosus.

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ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

ASSOCIATION How ws (Delight -0 build onr iwcolfectliMs npoa seme basis of reality — a place, a country, a local habitation ! How the event, of life, *s we look bach upon them, have grown into the wellreaiem brred background of tho places where -hev fell upon as! Here it some sunov garden or stamner fane, beautified md eaaonisad forever with the flood of a oeat Joy; and hero are dim and silent pieces — rooms alwav* shadowed and dark to whatever they may be to ethers — where distress or death' etme once, am! siaee then dwells for evermore. — Washington Irving.

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Southport Town Council LIGHT MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Southport Town Council LIGHT MONTHLY MEETING Business at the fortnightly meeting of the Southport 'town Council on Tuesday was of subdued importance, and, although much discussion took place, little of importance was done. The Mayor (Ala. J. It Gifce) pr®* sided over the followicfe members; A. Heisner, M. T. Anderton, W. P. Stokes, J. W. Troyahn, W. Shilllto, D. Bca.e, A. Freeman, J. SSganto, A. R. An drews. A. E. Pyeden, J. W. Proud, and the Town Clerk (Mi W. Lather). The Olerk reported having wHtten toe the Treasury, Home Departtaent, and Mr. A- Iind re the alteration o£ the work in the contract for No. 3 WarxJ, but 33 yet had received no re ply. Mr. H. James who is d'aftinjr maps, for the Council advifeed that they are ^ practically finished, and he required a plans of some of the subdivisions to complete tbem. On the motion of Aid. Andrews, seconded by Aid. Stokes, it was de cided that Mr. James be flven the required information provided that Ihe planes are safely returned. The ...

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On the Links ASSOCIATES' STROKE HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

On the Links ASSOCIATES' STROKE HANDICAP On Saturday the associates of the Southport Golf Club held an 18 hole stiioke handicap for a monthly trophy. Of the many cards taken the follow ing were the best returned: — . ? Miss Griffiths .... 98 12 86 ,/ O Miss E. Croxble ..!115 28 87 Mm. G. French .... 124 34 90 MJrs. C. E. M. Grahaim 116 21 94 M'ss B. Hfcman .... 118 23 95 I ' The competition for Mis. J. K. Can I' 'j, ?' nan's trophy for' the ti?st gross score for associates for 1928 was won by ? _ ' MrU. O E. M. Gl-.vhm - ? -slw ? ? ?

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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Cricket A match was played on Coomera wicket on Saturday between Coomera and Unper Coomera State Schools. Coomera won by an innings and 33 runst Uppen Ooamera wa3 a man short. Scores :— Upper Coomera — First Innings Reg. Bambling, b C. Levey .... 0 Alan Hollindale, c H. Whlley, b F. Whalley ? 5 Stan. Bambling, b CI Levey .... 4 V. O'Reilly, b.a Levey ? 10 Roy Hollindalo, b F. Whalley .... 1 G. Barn c F. Wilson, b Bl Whalley 1 Noel Bambling, run out ? 0 G. Bowman, b CL Levey, ? 1 A. Barr, b O. Levey ? 1 Syd. Bfenell, b C. Levey ? 1 G. Lane, not out ? 1 Sundries ? 3 28 Coomera — First Inklings C. Holmes, c OfReilly, b Roy Hol lindale ? 4 M. Barnett, c O'Reilly, b Roy Hollindale ? 0 F. Whalley, b V. O'Reilly ? 10 L. Barnett, tb.wi, b S. Bambling 11 C. Levey, b V. O'Reilly ? 30 F. Wilson, b Roy Hollindale .... 1 N. Foxwell, b VI O'Reilly ? 1 H. whalley, c Roy Hollindale, b V. O'Reilly ? ? 5 J. White, c R., Bamblingl b Roy Hollindale . ... : .. . ? ? 2 . J. Taylor, not out ? 1 J. Atkinso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

-they call him Themanyoucant rattle' Many successful business men regularly use Wriglcy's. The act of chewing has a soothing effect. The healthful cleansing action of Wriglcy's refreshes the mouth —gently stimulates the flow of natural juices— steadies the nerves. jms 1 A TALK TO ADVERTISERS. = 1 (1) 1 1 Horse Shoes J I For Luck | I v I g are vogue at Weddings and over racing §| §§ stable doors, but will not help to build up = j| your sales volume. E ^ Business success or 'luck' as jealous g 1 rival* call it. is the product of wise plan- ( g It ning, a square deal policy of service, and ' B — | ADVERTISING. | B ADVERTISING keeps the public informed jj B of your business. Such knowledge breeds f» B Confidence and Goodwill. An expenditure g 5 in advertising will prove an interest-bear- g g ing investment. m g Get the facts from 'The South Coast g H Bulletin.' g | A WORD TO THE WISE 1 § A list of advertisers from 'The South Coast e jg Bulletin' in your handbag or pocket is the B g best...

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MOTES ON BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

MOTES ON BOWLS. (By Bankite) Chief interests on Saturday last clung to the contest far last year's unfinished championship. Mr. R. C. Carey and Mr. R. B. Lather took the ' mat for the second semi-final, and all the players wondered. At long last thav said. But the final is not over yet. But why worry? What does a year or two mattec in finishing a game of bowls Isn't It an old man's game? , : But, to the contest 1 This had un expected turns. First Mr. Carey rushed off with a lead; then Mr. Lather appeared in the picture and *; 'forged ahead. Next they were level, and finally. Lather, ran out a wlnrrtf with a score of 31 to His opponent's 24. Lather was the first to scorss, get tinp a twd. Carey then went off, scoring on seven successive heads, and ; . making the ,iajrie 8-2. Lather got one, and Carey went off again to make the score 13-3, which looked a good thing in hfc favor. Lather took a turn, scoied two threes and two twos, while Carey only advanced his score to 16. The next int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Best Because Purest KRETSCHMAR— made Drinks are famed for their flavor Try our 'SMILO' The New Orange Drink Once Tasted Always Asked For. , — OUR — BREWED GINGER BEER is a Popular Favorite — While Our — HOP BEER has a Dinner-ale kick about it. Everybody Ukes it. ALL OTHER LINES EQUALLY GOOD. J. A. KRETSCHMAR, SOUTHPORT CORDIAL AND AERATED WATER WORKS. ?PHONE 30. THE ORIGINAL Cash and Carry Store H. V. FOSTER J SCARBOROUGH-STREET Ji | Our Prices: SALMON, %lb. 6H. lOMd., l/l Tin; lib, 1/, 1/6, 1/9 Tin. SARDINES, 2%d., 4i, 5& Tin. CRAB, 1/3 and 1/6 Tin. KIPPERED HERRINGS, 7 d. and lid.; FRESH HERRINGS, 6i and 9d. HERRINGS 4 TOMATO, 6%«i, lOMd., lid. OYSTERS^ 1/4; SHRIMPS, 1/2. RED HERRINGS, 2%d. each, 5 foe 1/. BLOATER PASTE; 2d., 3Hd, 9i, 1/3. A ANCHOVY PASTE! lOd. ana 1/4 jar, ANOHOKREEM, lid. jar. f ANCHOVBITE, lid. jar. J KIPPERED SNACKS, 2&d. and 3%d. _ _ ? ' J i Top oi the Hill ? ? J s^xssg&SS j Opposite Catholic Church Scarborough Street 1 Don't forget th...

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With the Rifle Union Shoot [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

With the Rifle Union Shoot The Logan and Albert Districts Rifle Clubs' Union fixed the third round of their A grade fixtures on Saturday on the Southport raog-% four teams taking part. Tha Tweed Heads and Coolangatta Club and the Tallebudgern Club fail ed to put In an appearance. Southport No. 2 team was the win ners of tne round. Mr. W. Pasco;, of the same team put on the fine scoie of 96. While tne captain, Mr. & L. Freeman registered 95. The conditions were favorable for good scoring, arid the contest was keen. Points in the A grade fixtures stand us follows:— Southport No. 2 team, 18; Southport No. 1 team, 13; Nenrng, 12; Beenlerigh, 11; Tweed Heads and Cco'.sngatta, 2; Tallebud Cera, 1. Scoi'es : — Southport No. 2. 300 600 Tl. W. Pascoe ? 45 51 96 & U Freeman ? 45 59 95 J. Boyd ? 43 48 91 J. Dowrie ? ? 39 50 89 A. Soegaand ? 45 44 89 R. M. Pidd ? 42 45 87 547 Counted out : H. Hovard, 40, 44—84. Scuthport No. 1 300 ®00 TL E. Stewart ? 43 49 92 H. Loughced ? ? ? 3...

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Football Currumbin Club. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Football Currumoin Club Curxumbin Football Club intends entering into the South Coast League during the coming season, with plenty of enthusiasm and confidence, evidence of which was disclosed at the annual meeting, held at the Hotel Curcombin .lEESt week The following officios were elected for the ensuing yeatr: — Patrons. — Messrs. Jos. Francis, M.HLR., and R. C. Graham. President* — Mr. Wallace Nicoll, Vlce-p'dildents. — Messns. D. Pur cell, P. Diamoacl E. Marsh, J. C Farrell, p. Mitchell, V. G. Hawkes, R. Mitchell, W. Campbell, A. E. Mills, C. Levick; W. McLeod, J. Austin, A. Dixon, B. Shan&rrook, J. Hough, J. Heaphy, E. Butler, H. Hatton, a OL Pttexaon G. Dixon, J. Brock, H. Q. Thnower, X TVudgeon and Mrs. B. Hedrlck. Secretary. — Mr. W. Mitchell. Hreasurer. — Mr. HL G. Thrower, Delegates to South Coast LeqSue. — Messrs. H. G. Thrower and IX Parcell. Selection Committee.— Messrs. P. Mitchell, HI G. Thrower, arid the cap tain. Coaches,— Messrs. G. Jones sad W. Taylor. IV...

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SPORTING On the Green [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

SPORTING On the Green In addition to the ordinary rink games which were played on the Southport green on Saturday, a send ' final of last year's championship was nlayeUL In this game R. B. Lather de ? feated R. C. Carey by 31 to 24 after ! an interesting contest. The winner. ? will mow meet A. Bertwistle in the final. - A welcome was extended to the visitors bv the president (Mr. Rl C. Carey), and was responded to by Mr. Ohalrles Gilibert (Toowang). £,»? Stores : — ? - Singles Championship (1928), remi ' . final). — R. B. Lather defeated Rl O. Carey by SI to 24. Ordinary Rink play : — Cochrane, Beilby, H. Napped, Gil bert (Toowong) ? 25 Moone, Pchbnan, Steadman, Monk house ? 13 ; Lavis (Yenonga), Annand, Biggs, Blrkbeck ? 22 Dodid, Lind (Anchlenflower), Thams ; W. Ai Napper ? 20 Rowe, Piioe, Given, (Windsor), Akes ? ? 25 Hamlyn, Cavill, Shilllto, HJbKartf 23 Hawkes, Martin (Hamilton), Malt man, Clark ? ? ? 31 Hack, Munro (Windsor;), Bert wstle, Wand ? 21 Woods, Johnston, Andrews ......

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Dueling and a Lucky Escape [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Ducking and a Lucky Escape When crossing the Nerang River at ' Latin cc*s Crossiru to attend the criclietd.'s' bai!» Mises Crissie Lent 7. met with an unfortunate accident. Site was rvling a 'nor-e. which stumbled in mul-stream, and th*- ycun^ lady w?.? thxsown over its head into four feet cf s.vift running stream. She w.s ca:tied Houu into deeper water, but, fortunately, w:m ah*? to sv.^im and stiuck out for th*» bank, t'niity or forty feet distant. She te?&incd her ocrse, which had repchej *ho bank al«o. Her costume was s) oiled, although many thought sh9 n jrzht apre^r a- the 'drowned rat.' Miss tentz. however, ietame-i hom-». and forwards hrr comjiliments to the councillors and Road* Con*n»« s»on on thefr gieat attention (?) 10 th* traveling public, especially nbout Giiston, regarding river crossings.

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Plain and Fancy Dress Ball [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Plain and Fanry Dress Ball A iucces'sful rlain and Taney dress balL in aid of the funds of the lo^a* Cnctet Club, was held on Friday c.eni^'. Mr. Joe Hinde Vindly ga\*e the use of Hs '?cnnmodiouS house for the function, Mr. C. l/^ntz had charge -of the d;.nrirsr, and the hours nas*ert merailv to the delightful fcti-ains of mandolin Ji'«l rinno ^ubIc rendered by the M*-«es Pettifer, of Ccomera. The fancy dres« competit?on brought out pome delightful costumes. The fifrst ri^ze for th? ladies was won bv Miss N^ncy Lr.timer. who forked queenly in th rohen of th? ane'ent Helen of Trov. The costumo, wls npricot brocade, bca-lcd and -lraped In h'M-pr*. The Iread dress ws f'n thaticd ard -narkled with vr.iie-' cvloTd sequins. She had sandals ard were a Ion? train t^ match. Mr. Laurie Hind?, who won the pri7e for men's costume, represented a nferrot. Miss Stella M'Kavanagh won th*? prire for the most humorous ccs*rn*e f»»r ladies by iepr»senting L?ttle Topsy fn Un?le Tom's Cnt)in. Her re* pi...

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No Quorum ANNUAL TENNIS MEETING LAPSES. ORDINARY BUSINESS DEALT WITH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

No Quorum ANNUAL TENNIS MEETING LAPSES. ORDINARY BUSINESS DEALT WITH The annual meeting of the South port Tennis Club, called for; Monday n^ght, lapsed foe the want of a quorum, but a general meeting was held instead. Mr. R. J. Owen pre sided in the absence of the chairman. The meeting, which was held in the club bouse, was attended by Misses D. Croft, Dl Bertwistle, and M. Harris; Mr. and Mrs. H. Botebam, Messrs. F. Burton. A. Hufrheet. W. Rertwistla. R. Hope, E. Pearson, and M. J. Sullivan. In the absence, through Illness, of the secretary, Mr. G. A. Jackman, Mr. M. J. Sullivan acted. A letter received from the South port Tennis Association advised of the alteration of rules and intimated that the next meeting of the associa tion would be held on March 22. Mr. Sullivan explained the meaning of the revisions,, which had bearing on registration of playoffs and ths grading of teams and'plajers. Mr. Sullivan said that he had been asked by Mr. Jackman, who was their dele gate at the as...

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Hospital Control LOCAL AUTHORITIES' MEMBER EXPLAINS. SOUTHPORT HOSPITAL WILL COME [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929

Hospital Control LOCAL AUTHORITIES' MEMBER EXPLAINS. SOUTHPORT HOSPITAL WILL COME i'X. A. Pope, Local Authorities' Re presentative on the Brisbane and South Coast Hospital Beard, waited on Tuesday's meeting of the South port Town Council and gave a de tailed account of tbe activities of the Board. During the course of a long and interesting eddress, he explained that the Beard had been formed some years ago by Act of Parliament, through the inability of tbe public hospitals to Veep going under volun tary effort. The Government pays 60 per ccnt, towards the upkeep, while the Local Authorities and contributors gave 40. He gave a clear analysis of tbe esti mated expenditure for the six months ending December 31, and compared the number of patients treated over a period of three y carls. The whole aim of the board was to create preater efficiency at a smaller cosU As an example of this Mr. Pope said that under the old regime when an article was laundered it cost 2-L, but the board built...

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