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Farewell Party THE MISSES HIGGINS HONORED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Farewell Party thf. MISSES HIGGINS HONORED The Cable Gym, which had been artistically decorated with fir trees, Japanese ? lanterns and rainbow streamerp, presentod a very pretty ap pearance last Friday njjgnt, and was the scene of a gatwring of young people to bid farewell to the Misses Berys and Nancy Hlgglns, who will leave shortly for Brisbane. Dancujg, games, and novelty events were enjoyed and a .dainty supper was served. As ft token of remembrance a pre sentation of a pokerworked engage pad was made by ^ r. Dan. Martin to Mtss Berys Higgins and a pokerwork ed trinket box to Miss Nancy Hig gins Those present included Mr. and Mrs. F. Mackey, Mesdames T. J. Higgins, L. A. Annarta, and R. Velvers, Misses Berys and Nancy Higgins, Marie Corri gan, Joyce and Doris Veivere, Joan and Eileen Haydon, I'ejgy, Jeart and Epple Annand, Beryl Olney, Lily Oxenford, Marie Black, Foxwell (3), Nancy Walldron, Ivy and Beatrice Ellevsen, Messrs. Gerveas and Detroit Joyce, Dart. Martin, R. N. Hinto...
Silver Cake Dish PRE-MARRIAGE GIFT EVENING AT THE SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Silver Cake Dish PRE-MARRIAGE GIFT EVENING AT THE SCHOOL A farewell tea party to Miss Doris Cochrane, in honor of her approaching mairlage, was held last Friday in the domestic science room of tho South port State School, when the H&h School teachers and domestic Science . jpupils showed their appreciation of this lady's fine worje. Ttie room was ptfcttlly decorated ? with the class* color*, while bowls of roses beauti fied the attractive tea tables. Myra Rosin pneseoted Miss Ooch rane with a silver cake o'lsh from the girts of h«(i' claoes. ? ' Suitable re sponses wem made, and Mr- Hibband expressed the thanks of the teachers nod. school for the (interest and skill M(ss Cochrane had shown in her world Dances arid jcsines occupied a veny pleasant evening. CrraretlWons w*re won by Drift Ro«in and Jaen Denneeker. Those present ncluded : Miss Coch rane, Mr. and Mrs. Hibbard, Miss Mil full, Miss Ellis, Miss Rennle, Mary Wright, Beulah Carlson, P. de Bruyn. W. Pysden, AL and D. S...
MERIT OF MILKING MACHINES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
MERIT OF MILKING MACHINES ? In the course of a lecturo on Farm Machinery, Mr. J. R. Bond, agricul tural organiser for Derbyshire dis cussed the pros and cons of milking machines. The problem of findlrg sufficient and reliable hand milkers was, he said, a real difficulty on many holdings; but in every district theqe were cow sheds in which the rusty vacuum pipes of abandoned milking machines deterred farmers from resorting to mechanical instal lations as a solution of thefy milking problem. Theie was no operation of the farm ' that affdnded greater scope * fog machine work than that of milking The milking machine was required for use two or throe times a day on every day in the yeajr; and there was anjple proof that with a suitable plant the laborer could deal with twice as many cows as be could milk toy hand. Fob instance, two men with machines could milk sixty cowse, where at least four, and commonly six. milkers were needed for hand milking. The reluctance to adopt milking machine...
Jokes [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Jokes It was during the grammar lesson that tho teacber said; 'Tomacy. Is the noun 'trousers' singular or. plural? '♦Well, it's an uncommon noun,' said Tommy, ' 'cos it's islngulao* at the top and plural at the bottom !' 'Hullo, BiDie, have you ever Seen a bun dance '?No; have you ever seen a dragon fly,' 'Yes, I have seen dragon-flies in a-bun-dance 1' 'I was going to make a speech the othec day,' satd the old professor. with a twinkle in his' eye, ?when I tat my voice.' ?'Goodness ! Whatever did you do !' ''Well, I couldn't think what to do, until I had a gtreat idea. I walked into a bicycle shop and picked up a . wheel anr 'spoke' I'' . The Scot was showing his American friend the wonders of Sootland. . '^That's the Forth Bridge!' he ex plained, ??Humph!' said the American. 'PVetty enotqgh— but, say, .what's happened to the other thr«B?'
WORKING THE FALLOW IMPLEMENTS TO USE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
WORKING THE FALLOW IMPLEMENTS TO USE The Implements that should be used in working the fallow depend largely on the nature of the soil and the state of the fallow. If the soil is mddium to heavy loam anld is free from weeds, the harrows or spring toothed cultivatior would serve. If semii-aUuvial ground or light-red loam or heavy black self-mulching soil and free from weeds, the barrows would be the most suitable implement. II heovy red loam or clay country, or if weeds are prevalent, the rigid tine scarifier should be used. The determining factor, however, is usually the amount of weed growth. It is often F°^hle to ideal very ef fectively with weeds when very young by the use of the harrows, says Dal feetty's Review, but should waather conditions, etcL, delay the working until they are too big. the rigid line cultivator with suitable ponts will put the fallows into excellent condi tion. The rigid tine cultivator or scarifier is the most satisfactory im plement for most cla-ses of wo...
THE SIRE'S DAUGHTER INDEX OF HIS VALUE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
THE SIRE'S DAUGHTER INDEX OF HIS VALUE A rineat dairy sire is one whose daughters have a high average yield of milk and butter-fat, a Ugh aver age increase in milk and buttex.-fat yield over that of their dams, and a nigh percentage of their number bet ter than their dams, says R. R. Graves of tbe Bureau ot Dairying, United States Department of Agriculture. In a study of 23 CViesian slreff, each having aix or more tested daughters from tested Idams, some conclusions were arrived at concernlrfc the here ditary transmission of production, says Mr. Graves. Some ot the sues in the list raised both the milk yield and the percentage of butte)-fat of theic daughtrs as compared to tbe pfcnduction of their dams. Some raised one and loweired the other. Some lowered both. But no one siiie raised both the milk and butter-fat percent age of all his daughters, nor did any one sire lower these records of all his daughters. The fact that the percentage of butter-fat and tha irdlk yield are in herit...
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. 'The man who says he has no time to record has not a vestige of right to complain that dairy fanning m not faying, because he is obviously igndr nortng the founoatton stone of his buslr«93.' — Farmer; and Stockbreeder. According to U-S-Ai figures, the world's wool production tcb 1927 was — Australia, 855,000,000; Argentina, 331,000,000; U.SLA, 328,000,0001b.; South Africa, 251,000.0001b.; Russia, 237,000,0001b.; New Zealand, 202,000. 0001b.; China, 60,000.0001b.; Chile, 35,000,0001b.; Bolivia, 13,000,0001b.; Pern, 10.000,0001b.; and Ecuador, 1,000, OOOlht * * * Showing is an art, but no man can get the best out of an entry If the animal Is not trained to handle well. Some animals are so good that they naturally ihow to their best advant age at all times n^gardiess of how they are hind led. OtV-JS need con ? 'dersb'e 'Jres-'in^ ur.' If they ate to show tljeir best pctnts to advant age. Unless the --nIrcs.l has been tai.£ht to handle well befcre it enters tiie rinu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
To Restore Clouded Teeth THERE i» now a way to quickly lighten clouded teeth. Tender gums, too* are firmed; given the healthy coral colour that i« necessary to set white teeth off. Run your tongue across your teeth and you'll feel a slippery coating. That is film. Old-type dentifrices won't successfully combat it. That's why your teeth have remained 'off colour' regardless of what you did. Now, in a new-type dentifrice called Pepsodent, those conditions have been met — you can clear that film off. Teeth whiten amazingly. On-'i whole ap pearance thus is often quickly changed. PgplgQirvt Sold everywhere in two sizes. ^ J. N. Skelton BUTCHER QUEEN AND SCARBOROUGH STREETS ? SOUTHPOR'i Orders called for Daily and Prompt Delivery to Town Residents. Three Deliveries each week to Bcnowa and BundalL For 1001b. or 501b. lots CORNED BEEF CANNOT BE EXCELLED COUNTRY CUSTOMERS A SPECIALTY. 'PHONES: Scarborough Street, 19; Queen-street, 83. W. J. Kirkpatrick, Family and Carcass Butcher Scarborough...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
A. LEDBURY, BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR, Plans prepared and Estimates Given fofr AH Classes off Wortc REPAIRS A SPECIALTY LENNEBERG-ST„ SOUTHPORT. 'PHONE 202. R. McKENZIE BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. Estimates given for all Classes of work. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Local Agent for: — The Prudential Assurance Co.. of England: C.CLM. and Ailsa Craig Marine Engines ; Johnston Oat board Motors. Address : — Brighton Parade, Southport. ?PHONE, 274. G, A. BELL, RACECOURSE. ROAD. SOUTHPORT. BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. SHOP AND OFFICE FITTER. SHOW CASE SPECIALIST. Alteration and Repairs. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Agent for SEA INSURANCE CO. 'PHONE 352. To make it Reallv Beautiful, Shingling must ? BE DONE BY ? No one nowadays denies the healthfuiness and convenience of the Shingle. But no girt or lady wishes to sacrifice her hair without the as surance that her appearance shall at least lose nothing by the change. Re cent Patrons of our Ladles' Saloon have proved our assertion that only experienced operator...
Social News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
I Social News A uuccesiful coin afternoon arrang ed by Mti. E. A. Giigb and Miss N. Hughes, was held in the Congrega tional Church vestry last Saturday, to raise funds for. the plain stall at the approaching church fete. The veetry was decorated with flowers and fern. Soles were lendeied by Misa F. Delia way and Mesdsmes W- S. Barron and E. J. Bowling, and Miss Doris Tarratt recitei A competition was won by Mrs. T. J. Kropp, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Harding (Chdrle ville) left lor Brisbane on their re turn home, after two months spent at Ttnaweeua. Misses Myrtle and Rene Ward have returned to Labrador. Mr. and Mrs. A C. Blythe and Mr. George Blythe (Dalby), Mrs. Walden Taylor (CharteriUe), and Mrs. Philip 'Hoskin (Toowoomba), spent a few days in Southport. ? Mrs. Victor Cotton and Misc Ann Cotton, who were the Iguesta of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cotton and Misi Ver& Cotton at Ruwala, left for Brisbane last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Baxter (Brisbane) spent a few days at the Pacific Hotel, ...
Chamber of Commerce Water at Meyer's Ferry (Continued from last week) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Chamber of Commerce Water at Meyer's Ferry (Continued from last week) The necsslty for a water supply at the .Meiyer's Ferry beach was stQu^oi by Mr. Cavill, who said thit at Chris tn^a time between 300 and 400 people were campeld ' at Meyers F^rry and they had no way of obtain ing water, lexcept from his hotel. Promises had been made by both ibe, Necang and SoutHport councils over two years ago, but as yet have not . been fulfilled. It was 'resolved on a motion bv Mr. Walsh, secortietd by Mr. Kropp, that t, letter be sent to the Southport Town Council urging tha necessity of * water supiply. , , Mr. Cavill said that wells could be made at a cost of £20, and a constant -supply of pure water* obtained. Advertising Santtaport Upon being Interrogated by Mr. O'Donohue as to the result of his in spection of a display service for ad vertising by a Brisbane firm, the pre sident said that the' service wasmore suitable Ictf interior , advertising. To . tarry community ddVertting to. a «uc ce...
Pen Points [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
J Pen Points j Train up a servant in the way 13 h® should co, and the first tbinjg you know, she's gone. ? ? * , Bread may be the staff ot life, but a sirloin of bleef helps us along on the journey wonderfully. Evetry man Intends to have his own way in everything when he marries. But sometimes his wife relieves his mind of a false impression. If you ure a 'self-made man' don't ^ 'jray too much about It — some one may suspect you 'loafed on tho job' and tell the Union. ? ? ? There are times when a woman should hold tha reinsj. It is not a bad idea to iget her to hold them for a moment if you are driving down a bad road with no cne about. ? ? ? The best way to grow potatoes is to plant onions above them. The onions will make the potatoes eyes water and that will save you a lot of ?work with the water can. ? ? ? A Statesman Is a man whe con make a statement' that sounds great and means nothing. A Politician Is a itan who derives an income from saving his country In times of peace. ? ? ...
Fruit Train Specials [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Fruit Train Specials Fijiit train, No. 10/29, run by the Committee of Direction of Fruit Mar keting to clear Wallangarra, on Thursday. Saturday and Monday, for week ending Malrch 11, with 876 tons of which 438 tons were for Melbourne, consisting of 6753 cases bannn's, 4371 cases nineansles, 2 cast's citrus, 1 case cucumbers, and 4 crses passions. Sydney tcok 438 tens, consisting of 6375 cases banaras, 4385 cases plne tcples, 6.Cfse- citius, 890 ca?es toma toE'3, 2 casts irpaus, 9 ca=es cucum Iers, 2 crses rock melons, 9 cas;s pas sion'., 185 ewes egg', .3 cases custarrf r.pples 13 cciS'. rpplts, and 14 case« pumrklns.' *
AUTHORSHIP [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
AUTHORSHIP Profeise-d author* who over estimate ihtir vocation -re too ; full of thnrrwelvw -0 be agree able companion!*. The demeidj ? of their egotism are inveterate. T1i»v seem -0 lie 'Incapable of that abandon which i* the requisite contfltlon of rocial pleasure) tad bent npen winning a tribute of ' admiration or lo™* hint which they can turn to account of pen craft, there is seldom in their crxiry any or the dsHghtfol DflOonYioofMU wMcfi luatinonises - a c*rele.— ' Tuckerman.
Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
SocUl and Personal. Mr. and Mrs. G. Tullocb motored to Toowoomba for the Easter. Mss Pamela Brown Beresford, Bris bane, is *sj-ending a Uricf holiday as the guest of Miss A. Taylor, Oommer cial Hotel. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Andrews will be pleased to hear that tbeii daughter Stuca, who is an in nate of a p Ivate hospital In Bris bane, is npkinR satisfactory progress. Mr. E. Roberts left for Melbourne for a short holiday.
Banane Industry. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Banana Industry. Banana fields are looking their best, estecial!y the? young rlantatiors The banma industry hi? suffered very much of late throttsh bur.chv top and it is to be honed that tWs menace vill be wipe! out altogether. Mr. Barnes, inspector from the Depart ment of Agrc'lutuie. recently visited the distiict and is doing his best to eradicate the -'iseace. It is hoped in the intdestsff farmers, that all the old affected plantation* that :»re r°l* luting the place with bunchy top will be eradicated at once.
Wonga Wallen News [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 15 March 1929
Wonga Wallen News Wonga Wallen is now looking its best for years as a result of tbe re , cent rains. Several changes have occurred in the district. Mh W. N, Harris has disposed of his dairy farm at a satis factoiy itlguue, and yesterday had a sale of cattle. These were the pick of a pood held, and it is not surrris 1 , ins that ^.ocd i/1ces were realised. The cows in :r ilk v?re a rpecially good lot.