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Life-Savers in Sydney SOUTH COAST SWIMMERS PROMINENT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
'Life-Savers in Sydney .. SOUTH COAST f.WIMMERS PROMINENT The team of life-savers who lepre- ? rented the Point Danger btanch of tbe Surf Life-savins Association of Australia, under the naae of the TWeed Heads and Coolangatta team certainly made their mark at the Manly (Sydney) .championships on Saturday. As a Sydney paper puts it, 'A shock was occasioned by the feat of G. Laidlaw. tho North Bondi champion, bv J- Ajax, of the Tweed Heads and Coolangatta Club, in the junior beltman champiorsblp.' An other had a picttire of the team which rrade its mark in tbe competition. In this Nudgee Noonan occupies a promi nent position as beltnnn. The team secured second place to Bondi in the rescue and resuscitation championship, with Newcastle th'rjd. T. Boast, of the Mowbray Park Club, put np a fine performance by swiramlnz into third place in the senior alarm event. Only two feet separating him and the first rran~
Brevites [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Brevites Miss I. Simpson, dresitnako.*, is ihifting into more coin en lent i;rem ises at Watts' Oafe, Neian£-s^reet, to n.eet the demands of her crowing business. Two newsacency changes have taken place in Southport. Mr. W. R. Smith, of Mudgceraba, iias taken over the business foiuierly conduced by Mr. J. L. Bjiley, at the railway staton, where he will also conduct a keunly priced cash and caiiy groiory. The other chaise is that of Mr. J. F. Gaven, in Nerang-street, to tho Muses Synor.s, of _risfcane.
School Interests PARENTS AND GUARDIANS MEET REVIEW OF YEAR'S WORK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
School Interests PAKENTS AND GiJAHlilANS MEET REVIEW OF YEAR'S WORK Despite the murkv weather, parents and guardian* of State School pupils manifested great interest in a meet ing called for. the purpose of ejecting a school comn.ittee tor the en.uing terni of three yeai-. Ihc meeting was held in the school Tooms on Tues day night and there was an attend ance of 50. That this bitdy has done much to improve tho* conditions for ihi.dren at the school was shown In the re: o»t, which disclosed a term of useful ac complishment. In tbe absence of the chaiunan (Mr. R. E. Morgrn), who, however, arrived later, Mr. V. R. Birkbeqk was voted to the chuir. The secretary, Mr; C. E. Babbidge, read the rera-t of the activities dur ir\g the pieceding term of three years: 'This connrittes l^eld 34 meeting In theic term of office. The number of meetings each committeeman at tended as fol lews:— R» R Morgan, 32; E. Fdneman, 29; W. C. Stewart, 27; W. de Eruyn, 22; Wf. V. Rrctes, 21; Ml Os ber,.; 2; V. R...
Death MRS. W. VILLIERS BROWN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Death MRS. W. VILL1ERS BROWN Mr*. W. Villiers Bcown, whose death took place at Southport on Tuesday, was the widow of the late Mr. W. Villietrs. Brown, M.L.C., who at one time lepre^entod Townsville in tho l.-y;is-lati\e Assembly. Th late Mrs. Brown was 82 years of age, and a native of Brisbane. She was a daugh tei of the late James Warner and Mrs. Warner, and a cister of the late Mis. Frederick Lcr.tl. Tho funeral took place to Toowong cemetery.
Club House and Quarters SURFERS PARADISE LIFE-SAVEKS COMPETITION ACTIVITY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Club House and Quarters SURFERS PARADISE LIFE SAVERS COMPETITION ACTIVITY The enthusiasm of members of the Surfers' Paradise life-saving Club continues unabated, notwithstanding that the season b one wane. At a meeting .held In tbe Surfer** Paradise Hotel on Wedgesday-evaning seventeen roemben were present. President Oavill was In the cl air. lbs Metropolitan Life-saving Club wrote suggesting March 24 as a suit able date for the final competition foe tha Tfadmton and Pecrce Cap. It was dwrtfnd to accept tbe data offered and make aixangnnents for th® presence of judges.^ It waa de \ tided also to enter two' teams from the Surfers' PatedM CluH. ' The secretary (Mr. J. C. WaMh) re ported that he had received the fol lowing donations -Mr. R. G. OateS, ? £S/5/; the Hon. J. G. Appel, £2/2/; . Mr. R. Elliott, 12/2/; Captain Francis, £2/2/; Me. J. Purvis, tlfl/l and H& U Jonas, £L The donors are to be than tod. Ms R. Shelton suggested that now the club was affiliated with the Point ...
TOWN TIDINESS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
TOWN TIDINESS 'When a man wants to make himself presentable to his friends he has shave and tidies himself up.' in these terms Mr. Ralph Johnston introduced a plea for town tidiness at a meeting of the Southport Chamber of Com merce last week. He went on to apply the simile to our un kempt and overgrown street, which are fast drifting back into semi-wilderness. All the members agreed that the town would look better if the footpaths had their whiskers trimmed. But who was to do it ? Sorre thought it was the council's job; others considered the cows should be let out at certain times ; while others stiil, favored property owners attending to the roadside in front of thier places, which it was stated, was the law in the city area. Aid. Troyahn claimed that if the Council was to do it, there would bo no money left to spend upon the roads. In the end nothing was decided. Now, what is to be done about this growth of grass? Mr. A. Bastick comes aloug with excellent idea that we should have...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
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Wedding MILNE—DAVIDSON [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Wedding MILNE— DAVIDSON Talcing the attractive lotm of a kiltie wedding tha marriage wcl solemnised at tbe residence of lbs bride's parentis on Tuesday, when Misa Margaret Davidson, second daughter of Mr. and Mk*. J. Davidson, of Esk dalebobn, Benowa, w joined in the holy bonds of wedlock with Mr William Milne, of Carobooya and Southport. Tbe Rev. D. M'I«cd, Presbyterian minister, of ' Brisbane, officiated at the ceremony. Bowls of roses sdctned toe drswlng, where the ceremony was held. The bridesmaids were the Misses Elsie Andrews (Nemng) and. Satan Milne (Southport).' W?. J. Milne waa best man,- whiW Mr. Fred Milne acted aa groomwnan.. Tbe bride, who was given away by her father; wove a frock of ivorjr georgette over', pink' crepe di china, lis skirt waa draped to tha sides and the vest wals of divers lace, fin'shed- with true lover's knots: Theswatbetf belt was finished with a large bow of diamante. She wdre a wreath and veil loaned by Mrs. John Milne, lister- - in-law of the tir...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
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Railway Excursions [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Railway Excursions Two special excursions have bgen Ufranged bv the Railway Department to Southport. One will come from Toouoomba and intermediate stations on Sunday, arriving at 12.30 p.m. and departirc at 4.45. The other excursion will leave the South Bri&bane station at 8.5 a.m. on Monday (St. Patrick's Day), and will arrive at Southport at llr.30, depart ing again at 7.
Off to England MR. AND MRS. C. H. STEADMAN GOOD-WILL MESSAGES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Off to England MR AND MRS. C. H. STEADMAN GOOD-WILL MESSAGES Two of tho most -prominent and jxipular figures in the community life of Southport, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Steadman, left to catch tbe Laigs Bay fa- England on on Wednesday, where they will sojourn for a few months. Acknowledging a good-will message from the bowlers on Saturday, Mr. Steadman said it was 21 years since he left tho old country, and he was looking fit-wand to meetirte his re- , latives rgaln and renewing old and h.ippy acquaintances. He tb^nktd them for their kind words and good wishes. The Southport Council, of which Mr. Steadman was a former member, wished the departing townsman God speed and a safe return at Tuesday'^ meeting, and Kave him a letter of introduction to official circles' in Eng land. Hearty good wishes were also ax tended bv other residents, includsrg the H.A.C.Q., rnd a gathering ol friends.